University of the Pacific - Naranjado Yearbook (Stockton, CA)

 - Class of 1930

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.. X0 FN ,.. .. l x A l T ll XFN- t I, x ff XX P! . , 1 co l . - x ay , ., 1 N155 ' 'l u Kroeck Jonte Cook 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. 4' rf... N Trl T' 'll J I Q .Syl TM 4 I " it ily" W :il 14 "f '- , ,Tu .1 9 . V.. I s l 7,1ggG1F.'1 - 'I., X N xl lx U ...ilk ' 'T 1 l 1 Vit. 'ff' .1 Q5fel"" fi ,T T' 4 . It r, I' .qv I il -I V .l V Y lr ' . y N' X-an . , 519.1 V' 'k arl 153 aff- :V .l .C . 14 E... it yr ','xl'.,,', A . T' T ' 3' ' , 1- ,""" 1,-,c.'.- -' C'::,'-Q'l,'rQ'f.j A ."' 4 if " i i-f ' Fiffil M "T "5?f':l 'f

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Department of lE1n1.gineeri,m1g rfb WM" H 15 DEPARTMENT R pa- M in its sixth year. '.l'here has been a gradual in- crease in enrollment from eight- een students to sixty. if' -'t 'E er i t a Q f g of Engineering is now 'Q 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- ,f 1 nautical Held. The equipment includes a commercial type airplane fm- X for fiying instruction. " N rlx ' . . . , ,A f wo years of work in Architecture may be obtained. X f lmilgfvlycgq xx i ll' in . ,Wx f an . 1 ,'fi7:i9'f: l F if 5 X .ijt :J E W fi r I , VW VW I 5 A- JSR, -'vs fp 'z 1"vlX V WSI' ,I IVV! .2 hlttbkg AX tu' .' 1 fiwli If x i l - , 1' ,M if " V'l13-Ji '1 I af f' 'F ws'-ff ' WL H N f' 1ls 'A" '.f4f'fi.--it S i' - lady 2ill1.lifft3z!.f x?'!a-4 v t 25 ' i . 23 411W .USF -pf! It ', i ,- ,jf,x::k '4 fi W , u, may f ln, r ff r. A yfftiff'-ff it i Q f -, v' , Ag ,,2Wfy!67,Q ,'7f,'.:,f 1 rift! 1-2 g . vy 'vii' H -gf , ij.,-.',st" fi , ff W -, ft ff y .- v, 3- 1 ZLI4' f,",.,j',,.f Q OL J, -A t - sf -fi -



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THE DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY AND BOTANY - I pioneer department of sciences in the college Appar- ently the first course of science offered by the college was a course in physiology and was taught by the first president of the college. Later courses in physics, chemistry, geo- logy and astronomy were added. These were then grouped under the name "T he Science Curriculum." This was then made to rank equally with what was the Classical Curriculum and the Philo- sophical Curriculum. Each curriculum granted its own degree at commencement time-B. S., B. Ph., B. A. At about 1897 when the faculty decided to adopt the elective system, it also decided to grant but one degree and to break the curricula into a number of departments. At the suggestion of the present head of the Biologic Sciences, the department came into existence, however, for the time still retaining the subjects of chemistry, physics and geology. In later years the Department of Chemistry and Geology was budded off and the subject of physics was Hoated into the Depart- ment of Mathematics, which subject, however, has since become a separate department. W' HE Department of Biolo ic Sciences is distinctl the T QS g Y ya R JS The Department of Biologic Sciences first of all expresses an educational attitude. It is distinctly a Hcollegei' department. It does not attempt to provide purely professional courses, but it does attempt to provide courses that are fundamental to a cultural education and to such professional studies as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, the religious ministry, and to such vocational subjects as forestry, horticulture, teacbinO', and social service. Ewlli .L .ski 1 ligbfy 1 vi nfl ugh I A--Qi N W .. E if ' .I w'n,?.,i kflrffl 'fp' if , . 4" -A "ig, 23 Q- Lp. fllgll fQ.yf,- ffl, , ,"'1f . . A .,f ,Q 1, --,f.-vii H . . V 1- 1 lx 25 il- ' ,V- yfg . .fp 'N Nix . - 'Lf YN r- xi f l ll Q, . if T f f 772 ti! A rl , . .- rrt it it 4, I , xi lixf l cl .7 L v flfs I 1-'Lil'

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