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•t ilii " ni iii: iEi Dean Landes COLLEGE Cf SCIENCE HENRI LANDES, Dean of the College of Science, was born in Carroll. Indiana, on December 22, 1867. In 1892 he received his A. B. at the University of Indiana, and in 1893 he received an A. B. and an A. M. at Harvard University. He was made professor of geology at the University of Washington in 1895. In the school year 1914-1915 Dean Landes served as the acting president of this university, and since 1921 he has been Dean of the College of Science here. Dean Landes was also the State Geologist of Washington from 1901 to 1921. N EXT year the College of Science will have as its official headquarters the new Orrin Bennett Johnson hiiilding, the hiology hall, instead of the now famous Science huilding. During the last year there have heen many changes made in the fac- ulty of this college. In the military science department alone, there are six new instructors, and four former memhers of the faculty have with- drawn. Fifteen professors have been added to the facultv in the other departments, with three others withdrawn and one on a leave of absence. ±L
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■T- :, , ' I Commerce Hall COLLEGE Of BLSINE f ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM E. COX. Dean of tlie College of Business Aflministration. was born April 5. 1887 in Van Buien. Arkansas. Receiving his B. A. degree in 1909 and his jVI. a. the next year from the I ' niversity of Texas. Dean Cox has done gradu- ate work at Stanford. Chicago. California, and Harvard during the years 1911 to 1917. He is national president of Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting frater- nity, and a member of five otlier commercial honoraries. He is the author of Cost Accounting for Retail Filial Dealers, which was published by the L niversity of Washington Press in 1920. Dean Cox came to the University in 1919 and has been Dean of the College of Business Administration since 1926. I N response to the widespread interest in common stocks as investment media, a course in The Stock Exchange has heen introduced into the curriciihim of the College of Business Administration. There are three new memhers on the staff of instructors: Donald H. Mackenzie. Harold M. Haas, and B. O. Wheeler. Dr. Howard H. Preston and Professor Theresa S. McMahon have returned after a year ' s leave of ahsence. The Washington chapter of Gamma Epsilon Pi, women ' s national commerce honorary, won the cup which is awarded annually to the chap- ter having the highest scholarship throughout the United States. PACE 52
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Engineering Hall COLLEGE OE ENGINEERING RICHARD G. TYLER. Dean of the College of Engineering, was born October 16, 1885, in Georgetown. Texas. He conies to the University of Washington from the position of engineer of Paris, Texas, and assistant of several other Texas cities. Dean Tyler succeeds Dr. C. E. Magnusson, who resigned to do research work, as Dean of the College of Engineering. He has been affiliated with the University of Texas; Dean of the Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanical Col- lege; and associate professor of sanitary engineering in the Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology. Dean Tyler is a member of the American Society for Civil Engineers, the Acacia fraternity, and Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Tau, engineering honoraries. I HE new department of aeronautical engineering has met with success. Construction was hegun on the aeronautical building last summer, after the second house in the legislative body had approved the appropriation for equipment. The buUding is to be named after Daniel Guggenheim, who furnished money for its construction. There are four new instructors in the College of Engineering: F. East- man, R. Brown. S. R. Tymstra. and Sergius Sergen. Besides the bulletins regularly published by the engineering experiment station, several books and bulletins have been published by the faculty. -a PAGE 54
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