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PAGE FOUR'

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1926

Offic Of Dean Of Women
Aids Students In Many Ways

Portugal's Ruler

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BARGAIN S

That the day of regarding the officeIi
of the Dean of Women as a place of
correction has passed is a point em-;
phatically stressed by Miss Grace
Richards, assistant dean of women of
the University. In this office many
lines of interest should cross and fur-
ther the purposes of the women stu-
dents or the Office does not meet its
opportunity. The dean of women hopes
to be regarded as an advisor rathier,
than a police-woman or a preceptress.
In an office which has been estab-'
lished as long as this one, Miss Rich-
ards went on to say, there is an ac-t
cumulation of material which has
been gathered to meet some women's
need. Miss Richards would appre-
ciate it if the women students of the
summer session would make known
their interests and inquire to see ifc
the office has or can get anything to
further these. For examplle, there is
y a folder containing the announcements
of scholarships elsewhere which has
been received during the current year.{
Although Miss Richards does not by
this want to discourage attendance at
Michigan, she does think it valuable1
to add a year of gradluate study at
Bryn Mawr, Radcliffe, Smith, or in
some university abroad. Applications1
are received from December to May.
Scholarships and fellowships from
$300 to $2700 a year are offered. At
Radcliffe there are 20 fellowships and!.
3 scholarships; at Bryn Mawr, 24 f ci-{
lowships and 30 scholarships; atI
Smith, 6 fellowships, etc. The sub-
jects present a field sufficiently varied1
to encourage ambition; modern lan-
guage, history, astronomy, belles1
lettres, physics, chemistry, biology,j
medicine, mental science, greek, latin,
romance languages, psychology, phil-
osop~hy, education, mathematics, geol-
ogy, economics, music, and comimunity
work.
The most unusual offer is that of
the department of education of Smith
college, two fellowships in the Smith
college day school. which is a progres-
sive school along essentially mcodern
lines. This c:arr'ies the work from
the first year of school through junior
high school. Two fellowships in the
Smith college cooperation nursed,
school are offered by the institute for
the co-ordination of women's interests.'
It is a play school for children from
2 to 7 years of age. The graduate st u-
dent will study and observe the pre-
school child. Two fellowships are of-,

fered with thio cooperation of theI
Northampton public schools in the'
Smith college experimnental school
for exceptional children.
TI'lere are a number of scholarships
available to foreign women. The Am-
erican association of University w-oit-
( 11 offers the hose Sidgwick memorial
fellowship to British women for grad-
uate study in Anie rica coleges or
universities. The same organization
has fellowships in education and lib-
rary methods to enicourage women of
the Latin Am erican countries, to study
in the Unit ed States, and a fellowship
of $12t0 to enable the holder to cariy
on a year's research in some country
other than her own.
The inost. all urinag of curse are the
opportunities for study abroad. ''he
sacl~s research fellowship in Fine
Arts ca ries witlii at a stipenld of
i2ot.t ena blc a 1woman to pursue in
ati part of the worldl advanced study
of the history, principles, and nethod
of he ine arits. TI'hese arc but a few
of the scholarships and fellowships
listed. All 'women who are interested
are urged to take ailvantagc of this
oppmortunit y, and to inquire at the
D~ea n's office for furt her in format ion.
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