Collective Bargaining in the Lithographic Industry, Volume 74, Issue 3 (Google eBook)

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Columbia University, 1917 - Labor unions - 130 pages
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Page 552 - Pharmacy. The New York College of Pharmacy, founded in 1831, offering courses of two and three years leading to appropriate certificates and degrees. In the Summer Session the University offers courses giving both general and professional training which may be taken either with or without regard to an academic degree or diploma. Through its system of Extension Teaching the University offers many courses of study to persons unable otherwise to receive academic training.
Page 507 - Correction, under such rules and regulations as may from time to time be adopted by the board of poor commissioners.
Page 420 - Teachers College, founded in 1888, offering in its School of Education courses in the history and philosophy of education and the theory and practice of teaching, leading to appropriate diplomas and the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education ; and in its School of Practical Arts founded in 1912...
Page 552 - There are also residence halls for women. The price of the University Catalogue is twenty-five cents postpaid. Detailed information regarding the work in any department will be furnished without charge upon application to the Secretary of Columbia University...
Page 420 - February and which lead normally in from three to four years to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. The programme of study in Columbia College makes it possible for a well qualified student to satisfy the requirements for both the bachelor's...
Page 558 - Price, jS1.oo. 3. History of Municipal Land Ownership on Manhattan Island. By GEORGE ASHTON BLACK, Ph.D. Price, $1.00.
Page 561 - VOLUME XLI, 1911. 514 pp. Price, cloth, $3.50; paper covers, $3.00. [1O7] New Jersey as a Royal Province. By EDGAR JACOB FISHEH, Ph.
Page 420 - University offers courses giving both general and professional training which may be taken either with or without regard to an academic degree or diploma. Through its system of Extension Teaching the University offers many courses of study to persons unable otherwise to receive academic training. The Institute of Arts and Sciences provides lectures, concerts, readings and recitals approximately two hundred and fifty in number in a single season. The price of the University Catalogue is twenty-five...
Page 554 - Price, $1.50 net. THE PRINCIPLES OF POLITICS FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF THE AMERICAN CITIZEN. By JEREMIAH W. JENKS, LL.D., Professor of Government and Public Administration in New York University.
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