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CARRIE HOPKINS DONALD VALK
Ph.B., State Teachers College, B.S., Kalamazoo State College
Greeley M.S., University of Michigan
Student, Drake University Graduate Study, University
and Chicago University of Michigan
MARY NI. FISHER OLIVE S. DELUCE
B.S., University of M-issouri B.S., Teachers College, Columbia University
M.A., Columbia University M.A., Columbia University
Graduate Work, University of Southern Graduate Student, Sorbonne, Paris
California Pupil of Andre L'I-Iote, Paris
CChairman of Departmentj
DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS
The Department of Fine and Industrial Arts Works for the appreciation of
its subjects, and training in both divisions for vocation and avocation.
The Division of Fine Arts has five important functions: The training of
grade teachers who need art as a requirement for elementary teaching: the
training of supervisors of fine arts: the training of teachers for grade and high
schools: the offering of courses in fine arts necessary for those taking out majors
in Home Economics: and the offering of the preparatory courses for those who
later intend to go to fine arts schools.
The Industrial Arts Division, under the direction.of Mr. Valk and Miss
Fisher presents a comprehensive and diversified program of industrial arts
activities. Besides the preparation of Industrial Arts teachers, courses are offered
to meet the needs of those interested in taking engineering work. Opportunity
is afforded the student to participate in various types of work. Resulting from
such courses of study, the individual should be able to select vocations in-
telligently and possess a knowledge of the phenomenal development of modern
industry and its constant change.
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E. W. MoUNcE E. L. KELLEY
A.B.,B.S., A.M.,LL.B.,University B.S., Kansas S. T. C., Pittsburg
of Missouri M.A., University of Southern
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Graduate Work, Harvard Graduate Graduate Work, University of
School of Business Adminisrra- Southern California
fChairman of Departmentj
MINNIE B. JAMES
B.S. in Education, Northwest Missouri S. T. C.
M.A.. Colorado S. T. C., Greeley
Graduate Work, Columbia University
DEPARTMENT ot CQMMERCE
The Department of Commerce and Business Administration has as its
primary motive the training of teachers of the commercial subjects. Its second-
ary motive is to prepare for the business World students desiring such training.
ln order to carry out the first objective, the department offers both a major
and a minor. Those students who complete a major in this Held are prepared
to handle a full-time position in any first class high school.
A major is offered in Business Administration and Secretarial Training for
those Who Want to enter the business world. Minors are also offered in these
two fields. The department is now prepared to offer a Business Administration
major on an A. B. degree.
The department makes every effort to place its graduates. It cooperates with
the Department of Education in placing those who Wish to teach. The depart-
ment also maintains a Placement Bureau for those who Wish to find positions
in the business world.
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ELIZABETH I... WHITE A. H. COOPER CLARA WHITE
B.S., Central Missouri S. T. B.S., Northwest Missouri B.S., Northwest Missouri
C, S. T. C. S. T. C.
M.A., Missouri M.Ed., Harvard
Student, Chicago IRENE SMI-I-H
MARY KEITH B.S., Northwest Missouri
Bs., Missouri MARGARET FRANKEN s. T. C.
M.A., Columbia B.S., Missouri .
Graduate Work,' Columbia A
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
A Teachers College fulfills its functions in the degree to which it turns out a
body of efficient teachers who have something to teach and know how to teach
it. The very heart and life of a teachers college is its professional school, and
through fine professional training only does it justify its existence.
This places upon the Education Department great emphasis and responsi-
The Education Department strives to impart to those who are preparing to
teach, plans and methods of procedure which have been successfully tried.
Courses in the Education Department consist of methods in the fields of
primary, elementary, rural and secondary education: supervision, administra-
tion, psychology, and history and principles of education.
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