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Rutgers University., 1891
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Page 95 - AN ACT To establish agricultural experiment stations In connection with the colleges established In the several States under the provisions of an act approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and of the acts supplementary thereto...
Page 85 - A competitive examination, under the direction of the education department, shall be held at the county court-house in each county of the state, upon the first Saturday in June, in each year, by the city superintendents and the school commissioners of the county. 2. None but pupils of at least sixteen years of age and of six months...
Page 55 - ADMISSION. Every applicant for admission must be at least sixteen years of age, and must submit to the President proper testimonials of a good moral character.
Page 84 - Jersey does hereby designate the "trustees of Rutgers College, in New Jersey," maintaining said Rutgers Scientific School, said State agricultural college, as the parties to whom any and all moneys appropriated by Congress under said acts, or acts supplementary thereto, shall be paid for the purposes mentioned in said acts of Congress.
Page 112 - The annual interest of three thousand dollars, given by the Class of 1869, will be awarded to that member of the senior class who shall pass the best examination in ethics and write the best essay on...
Page 59 - That said students shall be selected as follows : A competitive examination, under the direction of the City Superintendents and the County Superintendent of Education, in each county, shall be held at the county court-house in each county of the State, upon the first Saturday in June in each year...
Page 111 - SUYDAM, Esq., is a gold medal of the value of twenty-five dollars, or that sum in money...
Page 54 - HISTORY AND ART OF TEACHING. Instruction is given by means of lectures during one term of the Senior year to the students of the Classical School. Others who expect to teach, or who are interested in the subject, are allowed to attend the lectures. The object of the course is to make the student acquainted with the most important educational theories and their place in history, and to introduce him to the study of the science and art of teaching. The principal educational classics are considered,...
Page 77 - ... prescribed kind, and the successful essay is to be deposited in the College Library, before the writer is entitled to the prize.

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