Annual Catalogue and Announcement (Google eBook)

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Johns Hopkins Press, 1903
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Page 82 - University to make such rules and regulations as they may deem necessary for the government of its School of Medicine, when it Is organized; and in making such rules and regulations, the terms of this minute shall always be respected and observed.
Page 82 - March 10, 1873, these significant words occur: " It will be your especial duty to secure, for the service of the Hospital, surgeons and physicians of the highest character and greatest skill. ... In all your arrangements in relation to this Hospital, you will bear constantly in mind that it is my wish and purpose that the institution shall ultimately form a part of the Medical School of the University for which I have made ample provision in my will.
Page 46 - This should include four hours a week of class-room work and at least three hours a week of quantitative work in the laboratory. Special attention should be given to theoretical mechanics and to the mechanical and electrical experiments.
Page 79 - December 34, 1893. opened, has contributed to that fund the sum of $306,977 upon the following terms, which have been agreed to by the University: 1. That women shall enjoy all the advantages of the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins University on the same terms as men, and shall be admitted on the same terms as men to all prizes, dignities or honors that are awarded by competition, examination, or regarded as rewards of merit.
Page 85 - ... prizes, dignities or honors that are awarded by competition, examination, or regarded as rewards of merit. 2. That not more than $50,000 of the original endowment of $500,000 shall be expended on a building or buildings; and that In memory of the contributions of the Committees of the Women's Medical...
Page 47 - ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING. Applicants for admission to advanced standing must furnish evidence (1) that the foregoing terms of admission in regard to preliminary training have been fulfilled, (2) that courses equivalent in kind and amount to those given in this school, in the year or years preceding that to which admission is desired, have been satisfactorily completed, and (3) they must pass examinations at the beginning of the session...
Page 76 - Hospital" were his chosen terms, and he linked them together by this significant phrase: "Bear constantly in mind that it is my wish and purpose that the hospital shall ultimately form a part of the medical school of that university for which I have made ample provision by my will.
Page 136 - Professor of Chemistry AB, College of the City of New York, 1865: MD, Columbia University (College of Physicians and Surgeons, NY), 1867; Ph. D., University of Gottingen, 1870; LL.

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