New York University School of Commerce - Commerce Violet Yearbook (New York, NY)

 - Class of 1945

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OBERT BURNS JENKINS, a graduate of the School of Commerce, is advisor to the night student organizations. He received his Bachelor Commercial Science and Master Com- mercial Science degrees in 1927 and 1931 respec- tively. Professor jenkins joined the faculty in 1929 as a part-time instructor in marketing. He was appointed assistant professor of marketing, as well as counsellor to the night group in 1937. Professor Jenkins is also faculty advisor to Mu Kappa Tau, honorary marketing society for women. He is affiliated with the National Asso- ciation of Purchasing. Professor jenkins is a member of Alpha Delta Epsilon, Arch and Square, Epsilon Eta Phi, Sphinx and Theta Chi. OHN HENRY PRIME, Director of Admis- sions, has been associated with New York U. since 1920, lirst as a student and then as a mem- ber of the faculty. In 1922, Dr. Prime received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Washington Square College, and in 1923 he was awarded his degree of Master of Arts from the Graduate School. The School of Education awarded Dr. Prime the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1933. As an undergraduate stu- dent, he was very active in extra-curricular activi- ties and is one of the founders of Alpha Beta chapter of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. At present Professor Prime is Director of Admissions and professor of Finance. AMES FRANCIS CLYNE, Director of Admis- sions, came to tl1e School of Commerce i11 1919 and received his degree in 1923. He re- ceived the Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Education i11 1931 and the Master of Arts degree from Fordham University in 1936. His administrative co1111ection with the School began in 1922, and l1e served as Assistant Sec- retary and instructor of Business English in' 1923 and 1924, when he became a member of the staff of tl1e American Bankers' Association. He re- turned to Commerce in 1927 and l1as been on the faculty continuously since that time. Pro- fessor Clyne ass11111ed his present position in February, upon the resignation of Dr. Pri1ne. AYWARD .IANES HOLBERT, advisor to the Day Student Organization, was award- ed a Bachelor of Science degree from the Whar- ton School of Commerce and Finance i11 1926. Professor Holbcrt has been a big brother to school politicians since IQ37, wl1en l1e was ap- pointed Director of the Day Divison. He is an advisor to all war effort organizations at the Scl1ool. Among societies of which Dr. Holbert is a member are Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Eta Phi, Phi Gamma Delta, Arch and Square and the Management Honorary Society.

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DWARD JONES KILDUFF, Associate Dean, has long been known to students of Com- merce for his outstanding academic distinc- tions. Dean Kilduff was graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. In 1912 he came to the School as a Business English instructor, and in 1915 he received his Master of Arts degree from New York U. The Dean was appointed an Assistant Professor in 1917 and-a Professor in 1920. Eight years later he became Assistant Dean, and in 1944 was pro- moted to an associate deanship. Dean Kilduff is chairman of the General Course Group and head of the Curriculum Committee. Among the societies to which he belongs are: Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Alpha Phi Sigma and Sphinx. ERBERT M. SCHIFFER, Assistant Dean, received his Bachelor of Commercial Sci- ence degree at the School of Commerce in 1916 and his master of Business Administration de- gree in 1932. His teaching career at New York U. began as an instructor of accounting in 1919, and in 1934 Dean Schiffer became a professor. Dean Schiffer, in his capacity as vice-chair- man of the Student Relations Committee, is in close contact with members of the student body, and is a man who could be turned to for advice in a moment of need. Societies of which the Dean is a member are: Beta Gamma Sigma, Sphinx, Arch and Square, and Sigma Eta Phi. LADYS REUTIMAN, Dean of Women, received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Macalester College in 1919 and her Master of Arts degree from Columbia University in 1929. In 1927, while working for her masteris degree, Dean Reutiman was appointed Advisor to Women at the School of Commerce. As a result of her untiring efforts in behalf of women stu- dents, she received the rank of Assistant Dean in 1943. At the beginning of her career Dean Reutiman taught English literature and compo- sition in various high schools and at the Uni- versity of Hawaii. AYMOND RODGERS, Secretary of the School of Commerce, was graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics in 1921. He received his Master of Business Administration degree in banking and Hnance from New York U.'s Grad- uate School of Business Administration in 1925. In addition to teaching Banking and Finance courses, Secretary Rodgers has lectured at the College of Arts and Sciences and in the Graduate School of Business. Fraternal orders of which Professor Rodgers is a member are: Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Sphinx, and Arch and Square.



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