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Since Mills as a college community holds high the ideal of personal integrity and
the development of women as individuals, students of Mills could wish for no better
example for these aims, or no better friend that Anna L. Rose Hawkes.
1955 marks Dean Hawkes' tenth year at Mills as the Dean of Students. During
this time We have known a very deep respect for her as a person and for the prin-
ciples and perceptive opinions which she holds.
Dean Hawkes has coupled with success achievements of thought and action.
Campus-wide, state-wide, or nation-wide, hers have always been valuable con-
tributions. She has been an enthusiastic advisor of student government. In her own
field of educational research, Mrs. Hawkes has held a staff position on the Carnegie
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. She has served as president of the
National Association of Deans of Women and as vice-president of the California
Association of Women Deans and Vice-Principals. Recently she was re-appointed
by President Eisenhower to a three-year term on the United States Advisory Com-
mission on Educational Exchange. This
spring she was elected national president
of the American Association of University
VVomen. This is necessarily a small list of
the positions and honors accorded her.
With this tenth year mark of 1955, Dean
Hawkes is retiring from her position at
Mills. Because of her years of service and
outstanding activity to her country and to
her field, we at Mills lind an even deeper
appreciation of, and gratitude for, the
experience of Welcoming her as a close
friend and participant in our community
As a very humble expression of our love
and respect for Mrs. Hawkes and a sin-
cere 'iGod speedy for the years to come,
we dedicate to her the 1955 CREST.
ANNA L. ROSE HAWKES”