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W. T. GARRETT CHARLES H. SEEVERS
- Biology Biology
B.A., Westminster A.B., Washburn College
M.S., University of Chicago Ph.D., University of Chicago
Graduate Study, University
CARL G. SHOWENGERDT R. A. KINNAIRD
B.S., M.A., University of Missouri B.S.. M.A., University of Missouri
CChairman of Departmentj
DEPARTMENT DF AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGY
The Department of Agriculture aims to train those students who will teach
agriculture in the high schools in the elements of agricultural principles and
practices. The department also serves those students who do not plan to teach
agriculture, but whose purpose is an acquisition of agricultural knowledge
which will help make them scientific farmers.
The college farm gives the student an opportunity to apply his knowledge
in a practical way.
The Department of Biology is organized to meet the needs of a varied group
of students. It attempts to offer fundamental courses which are standard with
other colleges, as well as special work for its own students. Students found
in the various courses include those who are majoring in Biology: those who
need it to meet the general college requirements: those who take it for its
cultural valueg and a large number who need it to supplement work in the
Departments of Agriculture, Home Economics, Education, Social Science, and
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Hake Martindale Gardner Painter Mehus
Kinnaird Phillips Pike Cook
The Faculty Council consists of the President of the College, the Registrar
of the College, Who also acts as Secretary. for the Council, and nine other mem-
bers of the faculty, chosen by the faculty. The members of the Council, in
addition to their regular duties, serve as an advisory body in determining the
policies of the school.
This group, Which reports its actions to the faculty and makes recommenda-
tions for faculty action, has final authority in all matters relating to admission
and advanced standing, and assists the President of the College in selecting and
defining duties of standing faculty committees.
Dr. J. W. Hake, Chairman of the Department of Physics, is Chairman of
the Council, which meets regularly each Week. Dr. Hake assumes the duties
of the President of the College in the latter's absence. Other members of the
Council are: Dr. Uel W. Lamkin, President of the College: Miss Nell Martin-
dale, Chairman of the Department of Physical Education: Miss Nell Hudson,
Registrar of the College: Dr. Anna M. Painter, Chairman of the Department
of English: Mr. H. T. Phillips, Chairman of the Department of Education:
Mr. Roy A. Kinnaird, Chairman of the Department of Agriculture: Dean
Sharley K. Pike: Mr. T. H. Cook of the Department of Social Science: Dr.
O. M. Mehus of the Department of Social Science, and Mr. Charles R. Gardner
of the Conservatory of Music.
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J. W. HAKE M. W. WILSON
B.S., Central Wesleyan College B.A., Olivet College
B.A., University of Illinois B.S., University of Chicago
M.A., Northwestern University
Ph.D., Kansas University
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY
Dr. Hake, who teaches all the classes in physics, has organized his depart-
ment so that it is especially suited to the needs of the student preparing for
later work in engineering, but he has not forgotten the student who is majoring
in physics for teaching purposes.
A four-year undergraduate course in chemistry comprises the curriculum of
the Department of Chemistry. Mr. M. W. Wilson is at the head and it is
through his guidance that the department has reached its present organization,
Mr. Wilson has planned his courses so as to serve not only those who wish
to major or minor in chemistry, but also those Who need the subject to supple-
ment Work in Home Economics or as a requirement for pre-medical courses,
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