Alumni Directory, the University of Chicago, 1919

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University of Chicago Press, 1920 - 552 pages
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Page xiv - University, whether in its colleges or in its graduate or professional schools, for deserving students without regard to differences in sex, race, religion, or political party, who shall be citizens of the United States and who either First: Shall themselves have served in the Army or Navy of the United States in the war for liberty into which our republic entered on the sixth day of April, 1917, provided that such service was terminated by an honorable discharge, or Second: Shall be descendants...
Page xvi - Two months before the elose of the University's fiscal year, June 30, 1917, sufficient pledges had been secured to complete the necessary fund and steps were taken to inaugurate medical work upon the enlarged plan. The executive boards of Rush Medical College, of the Presbyterian Hospital, of the Otho SA Sprague Memorial Institute, and of the Memorial Institute for Infectious Diseases Founded in Memory of John Rockefeller McCormick, are, by formal vote, now prepared fully to co-operate with the new...
Page xvi - To provide, impart, and furnish opportunities for all departments of higher education to persons of both sexes on equal terms; .... to establish and maintain a university, in which may be taught all branches of higher learning...
Page xiii - As the spirit of religion should penetrate and control the University, so that building which represents religion ought to be the central and dominant feature of the University group.
Page xvi - ... learning, and which may comprise and embrace separate departments for literature, law, medicine, music, technology, the various branches of science, both abstract and applied, the cultivation of the fine arts, and all other branches of professional or technical education which may properly be included within the purposes and objects of a university, and to provide and maintain courses of instruction in each and all of said departments...
Page xx - July 13, 1891, the Baptist Union Theological Seminary became the Divinity School of the University of Chicago, and...
Page xvi - ... to provide instruction in all collegiate studies; to establish and maintain a university in which may be taught all branches of higher learning, and which may comprise and embrace separate departments for literature, law, medicine, music, technology, the various branches of science, both abstract and applied, the cultivation of the fine arts, and all other branches of professional or technical education which may properly be included within the purposes and objects of a university...
Page xvii - ... students have been in attendance at the University of Chicago for at least one quarter, according to the new Annual Register just issued by the University of Chicago Press. Degrees have been conferred, inclusive of these conferred at the Summer Convocation, June, 1918, upon ll,895 persons, including 1,106 who have received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Page xiv - Chicago estimated to be worth $2,500,000. The property conveyed by this gift is to be held in perpetuity under the name of the La Verne Noyes Foundation. The income from the Foundation is to be used under the direction of the Board of Trustees for the following purposes: To pay tuition in the University, whether in its colleges...
Page xiv - In addition, each regional reference and research library shall be entitled to receive, upon chartering, a nonrecurring grant of twenty-five thousand dollars to be used under the direction of the board of trustees for initial expenses which may include but shall not be limited to the employment of staff to assist in the development of the system's plan of service; the reimbursement of trustees for their necessary expenses incurred in attending board meetings; communications and the purchase of equipment....

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