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Department of lE1n1.gineeri,m1g
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in its sixth year. '.l'here
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The course offered covers the
fundamentals in the field of Civil,
Electrical, and Mechanical Engin-
eering. In each of these fields no
high degree of specialization is at-
tempted, but rather a broad over-
lapping of courses.
Realizing the value of laboratory
and Held work, the department
places considerable emphasis on
this side. The laboratory work is
supplemented by field inspection trips to manufacturing plants,
test laboratories and structures under construction.
Clarence L. White
Under mechanical engineering, options are offered in the Aero-
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The addition to the faculty of
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was a former student of Miss
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done practice teaching in the
Stockton schools, ably fitted for the
positions of teachers and super-
Visors of art.
The department has been placing special emphasis on out-door
sketching, as well as design and portraitures. Before the end
of the season the students hope to complete a set of murals for
the walls near the entrances in Welmei' I-lall.
At the close of each semester the best work of each pupil is
chosen, and an art exhibit is given. The students are urged to
take up more than one line of art, thus broadening their talents.
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lDep.a1rrtme1nut of Sciences
THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY
"L"1"'7 HE Department of
-Ei types of students:
Chemistry offers work for four
first, those who are preparing to
follow chemisti y as a life work. Second, those who are
e A the held of chemical education.
preparing to enter
Third, those who are preparing for such professional activities as
medicine, dentistry, etc., and fourth, those who are taking courses
for the cultural value.
The department strives to develop and foster a spirit of individ-
ual investigation and research as well as independent thinking.
The work of the department of geology is closely correlated to
that of the department of chemistry. ln this department emphasis
is put on observation by the student in an attempt to learn how the
earth has been developed and is undergoing constant change. The
many field trips conducted by the department tends to add to the
student's knowledge of his surroundings.
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