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ngineering The University of Mississippi School of En- gineering had its beginning in 1854, when the first Chancellor Frederick A. P. Barnard, was appointed professor of mathmatics, natural philosophy and civil engineering. Thus, the Ole Miss Engineering school is the oldest such school in the state of Mississippi and this region of the South. Over the past 137, years it has had many outstanding faculty and students and has produced stu- dents that have gone on to become leaders in the state and nation. Dean Allie Smith ▲ 1 Photo by Arne Gast 1 . Running late for class? These students take time out between morning classes to catch up. 2. Lamar Gardner of the Ole Miss physical plant puts some of his own electrical engineering know-how to use fix- ing another power outage on campus. BoBSjBB B B Bffiii M H ▲ 2 Photo by Kemble White. 164 — Administration
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Associate Dean Dr. Jim Chainbless Education Administration Counseling, Psychology David W. Cox Curriculum Instruction Joe M. Blackbourn , ......._ _ . _ t - • --.■-■ " , . ■ ' ■ ' ' Ji- " A L ' ■: v., J.... V x - •• ,r: v A 1 Photo by Amc Cast 1 . Sometimes the race to the finish line In school Is longer for some students than originally expected. In Education, students never leave the classrooms. 2. Aside from providing care for faculty and staff children, the on-campus daycare allows students majoring in education to get practicial experience dealing with small children. ' ft A 2 Photo by Arne Gasl i»o3 •■■» ' , . 4 Administration — 163
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Associate Deans Jim Vaughn Charles Smith Chemical Engineering Peter C. Sukanek Civil Engineering Robert M. Hackett Geological Engineering George D. Brunton Mechanical Engineering Jeffrey A. Roux A 1 Photn by Ollle Hr K k I 1 . Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. . .for one day. 2. It takes the people (; behind the scenes to get things going in many departments around campus. ▲ 2 Photo by Peter Emerson. Administration — 165
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