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DEANS Six hundred lumber and forestry problems are handled annually by the College of Forestry under Dean Hugo Winkenwerder. The college educates its students to become technical foresters and to be of special service to the timber industries. Lectures bv visiting professors from all parts of the country are offered to students, graduates, and teachers attending summer school, which is directed by Henry A. Burd. In the words of Registrar E. B. Stevens, " The registrar ' s office is the front door of the University, for through it the freshman enters and senior leaves. " Pre-registration, since adopted by other Universities, was pioneered at Washington. Henry Coblirn Allen has complete management of the University ' s financial system. He administers the purchasing of supplies, overhead expenses, and accounting which concerns the University. Physically and intellectually the center of the campus, the Henry Suzzallo Library, directed by Charles W. Smith, contains more than 300,000 volumes, including manv rare books. The Extension Service, directed bv Harry E. Smith, enables students to get credit for home studv and fosters adult education. 21 • .
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DEANS Botany classes, drug assayers and research workers use the botanical garden maintained on the campus by the School of Pharmacy headed by Dean Charles Johnson. Graduates are trained for hospital , drug store, pharmaceutical manufacturing and government work. Encouragement of research and creative work on the part of both students and faculty IS the policy of the Engineering College under Dean Edgar Allen Loev The college equips Its students for successful application of the forces and vast resources of nature to the convenience of men. Development of students ' intellectual independence and encouragement of research is the object of the graduate school, under Dean Frederick Padelford. Thrown largely upon his own, the graduate student must attain a higher standard than the undergraduate. X Cooperating with the United States Bureau of Mines, the College of Mines, directed by Dean Mi LNOR Roberts, is investigating problems in the mineral industry of the State. The Law School faculty, under Dean PIarold Shepherd, is compiling a Washington annotation on the restatement of law. Condon Hall is the best equipped law building on the coast, ancf the library contains the largest collection of legal texts west of the Mississippi. V The School of Education, under the guidance of Dean Willis L. Uhl, is one of the few authorized to issue graduate degrees. Six faculty members have books on the press concerning curriculum construction, school administration, typing, and music education. • 20
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DEANS of MEN and WOMEN Dean of Women The office of the Dean of Women is one of service to the women students of the University. Dean May Dunn Ward, and Associate Dean Mary I. Bash assist the students with their personal problems, find employment, administer loan funds, and supervise the social life and housing. Dean of Men The function of the office of the Dean of Men IS to see that the student receives help regardless of what his problem mav be. Dean Herbert T. Condon and Dean Newhouse, Assistant Dean of Men, are engaged in the administration of Federal aid to students, in Freshman week organization, in advising the Interfraternity Council and Adelphi, and in handling part-time employment and housing for men. II WARD BASH CONDON NEWHOUSE • 22
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