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(Continued from Page 6)
Marion S. De Weese, M.D., as-
sociate professor of surgery, effec-
tive in June, to accept a position
with the University of Missouri.
Robert H. Mills, associate pro-
essor of accounting, effective in
August, to accept a position at
Lehigh University.
Weldon G. Bradtmueller, assist-
ant professor of education, Flint
College, effective in August, to
accept a position at Florida State
Gail E. Densmore, former speech
department chairman. He served
on the faculty for 43 years and
has been appointed professor
emeritus of speech.
Russell A. Dodge, former engi-
neering mechanics department
chairman, who served on the fac-
ulty for 43 years. He has been
named professor emeritus of engi-
neering mechanics.
Professor Emeritus
Frank E. Eggleton, professor of
zoology. On the faculty for 38
years, he has been named pro-
fessor emeritus of zoology.
Francis X. Lake, assistant pro-
fessor of engineering graphics,
who served on the faculty for 24
years, has been named assistant
professor emeritus.
Dwight C. Long, who served on
the faculty for 35 years, was nam-
ed associate professor emeritus of
Thomas S. Tanner, associate
professor of architecture, who
taught for 37 years, has been
named associate professor emeri-
tus of architecture.


Assignments to duty off-campus
and leaves of absence were ap-
proved by the Regents upon rec-
ommendation by the Vice-Presi-
dent for Academic Affairs Roger
W. Heyns.
Richard D. Alexander, associate
professor of zoology and curator
of insects in the Museum of Zool-
ogy, May 20 to June 25, for field
work in southern United States
on various vrickets, katydids and
cicadas. His work is financed by
the National Science Foundation.
Henry L. Bretton, professor of
political science, Sept. 1, 1964 to
Aug. 31, -965, to serve as visiting
professor of political science at the
University of Ghana, in West
Snail Research
John B. Burch, assistant pro-
fessor of zoology and curator of
mollusks, Museum of Zoology, to
carry out research on snail vec-
tors of Schistosomiasis in East
Africa. The work is financed by
the Rockefeller Foundation.
Oleg Grabar, professor of
history of art, will be assigned to
off-campus duty the first semester
and will be granted a leave of
absence without salary for the
second semester of the 1964-65
year. He will be engaged the first
semester in field archaeological
work in Syria as part of the
archaeological program of the
Kelsey Museum, the Department
of the History of Art, and the
Department of Near Eastern
Studies. During the second semes-

ter, Prof. Grabar will do research
on Islamic art under a grant from
the American Council of Learned
Morton S. Hilbert, associate pro-
fesseor of environmental health,
June 15-July 17, to conduct a
training program for the health,
department staff of the islands
of St. Croix and St. Thomas, un-
der sponsorship of the government
of the Virgin Islands.;
To Mexico
Thoma.s E. Moore, associate pro-
fessor of zoology and curator of
insects, Museum of Zoology, May
18 to June 22 and July 20 to
Sept. 17, to conduct research on
the cicadas of the southwestern
United States and Mexico. The
work is financed by the National
Science Foundation.
Richard D. Remington, associate
professor of biostatistics, June 25-
Aug. 7, to teach in the seventh
annual Graduate Summer Session
of Statistics, a cooperative pro-
gram sponsored by the ten schools
of public health in the United
States, the American Public
Health Association and the U. S.
Public Health Service.
Mrs. Elaine E. Timin, registrar
of the Museum of Art, July 6-Aug.
13, to visit museums of art in
England and Europe to study
methods of installation and ac-
cessioning of works of art.
Charles F. Walker, professor of
zoology and curator of reptiles,
Museum of Zoology, May 20-July
20, to carry out field studies in
Costa Rica.
Japanese Study
Richard K. Beardsley, professor
of anthropology, director of the
Center for Japanese Studies, and
associate in research, Museum of
Anthropology, for the University
year, 1964-65. Professor Beardsley
will spend the period in research
on the political modernization of
Japan, and will be resident in
Leaves of Absence
May Meeting
Gardner Ackley, professor of
economics, for the year 1964-65
to continue as a member of Presi-
dent Johnson's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisers.
Jarvis M. Babcock, assistant
professor of economics, for the
1964-65 year, to serve on the staff
of the President's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisers.
To Revise Courses
John J. Carey, professor of
electrical engineering, sabbatical
leave for the spring semester,
1964-65, to organize and revise
undergraduate courses on energy-
conversion and graduate courses
in electric machinery.

Randall Eugene Cline, associate
research mathematician, Sept. 1,
1964 to Aug. 31, 1965, to serve
on the staff of the U. S. Army
Mathematics Research Center at
the University of Wisconsin.
Wilbur Joseph Cohen, professor
of public welfare administration,
leave for the University year 1964-
65, to continue as assistant secre-
tary for legislation in the United
States Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare.
Orien Dalley, lecturer in music,
Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, 1965, to offer
seminars and workshops to music
teachers in Finland. The work will
be done at at invitation of the
government of Finland and UN-
Zdenek V. David, assistant pro-
fessor of history, leave for the
University year 1964-65, to do re-
search in Helsinki, Finland, on
the religious and social thought
of Vladimir S. Soloviev.
John S. Diekhoff, professor of
higher education, leave for the
first term, 1964-65. He has been
asked by the Modern Language
Association to evaluate develop-
ments in language instruction and
research that have been under-
taken under the National Defense
Education Act.
To Sheffield
James Gindin, associate profes-
sor of English, leave for the Uni-
versity year 1964-65, to serve as
exchange professor at Sheffield
University, England.
Geza L. Gyorey, assistant pro-
fessor of nuclear engineering,
leave for the year 1964-65. He has
made arrangements under the
Ford Foundation Program for En-
gineering Faculty Residencies in
Engineering Practice to spend the
year with an electrical company.
William S. Housel, professor of
civil engineering, leave for the
second semester, 1964-65, to com-
plete a textbook on soil mechanics.
He will be working at the Middle
East Technical University at An-
kara,Turkey, and the University
of Hawaii.
Maynard Klein, professor of
music, leave for the second semes
ter, 1964-65, to visit larger uni-
versities and musical centers and
to work with several orchestra
conductors in the interest of
orchestral and choral perform-
Sick Leave
Paul W. McCracken, professor
of business conditions, sick leave
from Mar 2 to Mar. 31.
Victor H. Miesel, assistant pro-
fessor of history of art, leave for
the year 1964-65, to serve as visit-
ing assistant professor at Barnard
College and Columbia University.
George J. Minty, assistant pro-
fessor of mathematics, leave for
the 1964-65 year, to do research at
the Courant Institute at New York

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Wilbur C. Nelson, professor and
chairman of the Department ofK
Aeronautical and AstronauticalI
Engineering, leave for the secondE
semester of 1964-65, to make ak
study of undergraduate and grad-E
uate curricula with reference toN
aerospace design problems.
Edward L. Page, associate pro-C
fessor of industrial engineering,
leave for 1964-65 year, to developI
the concepts of consumer engi-r
neering and its implementation
and to complete a book on con-
sumer engineering and enterprise.
Rose H. Parker, assistant pro-
fessor of internal medicine, leave
for the 1964-65 year. She will ac-
company her husband, Dr. Edgar
A. Kahn, who will be on leave
during the period.
Youth Coordinator
Thomas S. Parsons, instructor
in education, leave for the 1964-s
65 year, t-o continue his work asE
research director and coordinatorI
of community education in ther
Chicago Youth Development Com-t
Lionel Rothkrug, assistant'pro-
fessor of history, to do research in2
France on the religious origins ofI
the French enlightenment.
Raymond C. Scott, assistante
professor of engineering graphics,
leave for the second semester,
1964-65, to complete the develop-'
ment of a set of teaching aids fore
engineering graphics courses.
Research Leaves
Joel A. Smolier, instructor in
mathematics, leave for the 1964-
65 year, to do research at the
Courant Institute at New York
Richard A. Soloway, assistant
profesor of history, leave for the
second semester, 1964-65, to con-
tinue his research in France on
the history of French social
thought in the eighteenth cen-
W. Allen Spivey, professor ofI
statistics, leave for 1964-65 to do
research on the applications of
statistical decision theory to prob-
lems in stochastic programming.
Israeli Production
Edward Stasheff, professor of
speech, leave from Jan. 1, 1964 to
Jan. 1, 1966, to serve as director
of production for the first in-
structional television station to be
opened in Israel.
Charles L. Stevenson, professor
of philosophy, leave for the first
semester, 1964-65, to teach in the
department of philosophy at Har-
vard University.
Dorothy E. Sweet, research as-
sistant in the Department of
Dermatology, sick leave from Feb.
18 to Mar 26.
Mehmet R. Tek, associate pro-
fessor of chemical and metal-
lurgical engineering, leave for the
first semester, 1964-65, to do re-
search for a textbook on "multi-
J. Louis York, professor of
chemical and metallurgical en-
gineering, leave for the first se-
mester, 1964-65, to reorganize
course material in chemical,
metallurgical and materials en-
June Meeting
Edward J. Cafruny, associate
)rofessor of pharmacology, from
July to August, to conduct stud-
ies at the Mount Desert Biologi-
cal Laboratory in Maine.
George H. Forsyth, director of
the Kelsey Museum of Archaeol-
ogy and professor of history of
irt, from June to August, to work
on the first volume describing the
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Catherine's Monastery at Mount

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psychologist for the Mental Health
Research Institute, Department of
Psychiatry, from May to Septem-
ber, to participate in research on
genetic epistemology at the Uni-
versity of Geneva.
A. M. Kuethe, professor in the
College of Engineering, from Au-
;ust to September, to present a
paper at the AGARD Specialists,
meeting in Brussels.
James V. McConnell, research
psychologist, Mental Health Re-
search Institute, Department of
Psychiatry, from June to July,
for presentation of a paper at the
British Association for the Study
of Animal Behavior in Cambridge.,
To Athens
Richard L. Meier, research so-
31al scientist, Mental Health Re-
search Institute, from May to Au-
gust, to conduct research at the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology and Harvard University and
to present a paper at the Delos
Symposium in Athens, Greece.
Robert R. Miller, professor of
zoology and curator of fisheries in
the Museum of Zoology, from
June to August, to carry on field
A. Geoffrey Norman, professor
of botany and director of the
Botanical Gardens, for July, for
extension of his current assign-

dent of the National Academy of
Anatol Rapoport, senior research
mathematician and professor of
mathematical biology and pro-
fessor of psychiatry, Mental
Health Research Institute, De-
partment of Psychiatry, from July
to August, to conduct a Social
Research Institute at Stanford
Yukihisa Suzuki, head, Asia Li-
brary, from August to October to
travel in Japan for purposes of im-
proving the library.
Sick leave for Miss Harriet M.
Cary, associate counselor at the
International Center, from May
through June.
Research Appointment
Charles L. Dolph, professor of
mathematic, for the second semes-
ter 1964-65, for a research ap-
pointment in the Mathematics Re-
search Center, the University of
Marcia Feingold, research as-
sociate, Mental Health Research.
Institute, Department of Psychia-
try, from June through September
for maternity reasons.
William S. Hanna, assistant pro-
fessor of history, for the fall term
1964-65, to pursue research.
Karl F. Lagler, professor of
fisheries and chairman of the De-
partment of Fisheries, for the aca-
demic year 1964-65, for a position

John W. Gyr, associate research 1ment as consultant to the presi-

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as visiting professor of fisheries
at the University of Hawaii.
Ruth S. Ogden, cataloger, his-
tory of art, from July to August
for maternity reasons.
Ward K. Parr, asociate profes-
sor, College of Engineering, from
June 1 to June 12, 1964.
Dorothy Robinson, associate
professor of social work, for the
year 1964-65, to participate in
the Community Mental Health
Program at the Institute of Psy-
chiatry, Mount Sinai Hospital,
New York.
Frank J. Schrader, instructor,
department of Obsteries and Gyn-
ecology, from July through June
1965, for studies at the University
of London.
Editor Leaves
Rosannah C. Steinhoff, editor,
Bureau of Business Research, from
August through July.
Henry H. Swain, associate pro-
fessor of Pharmacology, sick leave
for period March through June.
Theodore H. Hubbell, professor
of zoology and director and cura-
tor of insects, Museum of Zoology,
from July tokSeptember, to carry
out field work,
Arthur P. Mendel, associate
professor of history, assigned to
duty off campus for the fall term
1964-65 and a leave of absence
for the winter term, to do re-
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