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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Togs

PHYSICS, ART:
LSA Adds Seven New Professors

Seven appointments to the fac-
ulty of the literary college were .
approved by the Regents at their
June meeting.
Visiting professorships ac-1
counted for three of the appoint-
ments, with one appointment to
the rank of professor, one to the
rank of associate professor and
two to the ausETAOIN cmfwyp
two to assistant professor com-
pleting the total.
Prof. Kessar Demosthenes Alex-
opoulos will be a visiting professor
of physics at the University during
the coming academic year. Prof.
Axelopoulos, whose special field is
solid state physics with particular
application of X-rays, has been
the Greek delegate to the NATO
Science Committee since 1958. He
has been a professor at the Uni-
versity of Athens in Greece since
1939, and holds a doctor of natu-
ral science degree.
Two positions await Prof. Jakob
Rosenberg, who will be a visiting'
professor of art history, part time,
for the first semester of 1960-61.
He will also work as visiting mu-
seum associate in the Museum of
Art during that period.
A member of the Harvard Uni-
versity faculty since 1936, Prof.
Rosenberg is a specialist on prints
and drawings and on the art of
Rembrandt.
Richard Edwards will join the
University faculty beginning this
fall. Appointed professor of Far
Eastirn art, he will replace Prof.
Max Loehr, who has accepted a
position at Harvard University.
Prof. Edwards has been an asso-
ciate professor at Washington
University, St. Louis, since 1956
and has also taught at Boston and
Brandeis universities. He has held
two Fulbright Travel Grants and
was in China from 1948 to 1950
and in Japan, Formosa and Hong
Kong for the 1958-59 year.
Daniel R. Fusfeld received an
Sanders Given
Post on Board

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appointment as associate profes-
sor of economics from the Re--
gents. His appointment, for a
three-year term, begins this fall.
Prof. Fusfeld will teach courses in
economic history. He has been on
the Michigan State University fac-
ulty since 1956, and holds degrees
from George Washington and Co-
lumbia universities.
An appointment of visiting as-
sociate professor of psychology for
the coniing academic year was
granted to Harold M..Proshansky,
a member of the Brooklyn Col-
lege faculty since 1952. He has
been on sabbatical leave from
Brooklyn during the past year
with a National Institute of Men-
tal Health Special Research Fel-
lowship in the University's Re-
search Center for Group Dynam-
ics.
David H. Stewart was appointed
assistant professor of English for

the coming academic year. Re-
ceiving his doctoral degree from
the University in 1959, Prof. Stew-
art was assistant professor of
English and Russiai at the Uni-
versity of Alberta last year. He has
also taught at Valparaiso Uni-
versity, in the General Extension
Division of the Oregon State Board
of Higher Education and at East-
ern Michigan University.
Currently supervisor of lectures,
conferences and institutes for the
University Extension Service, Al-
fred W. Storey was granted the
additional appointment of as-
sistant professor of speech for a
three-year term beginning this
fall.
This year, Prof. Storey will only
serve in the role of consultant and
on doctoral committees. Beginning
in 1961-62, it is hoped that he will
also be able to teach a course in
debating.

'U' Student
Wins NATO
Fellowship
Robert E. Marquis, Grad., has
been awarded one of 41 North
Atlantic Treaty Organization post-
doctoral fellowships in science.
Marquis, who is presently study-
ing bacteriology, will attend the
University of Edinburgh, Scotland,
doing research in microbiology. He
will study problems of perme-
ability in bacteria and will give
special attention to recent dis-
coveries of fur-like hairs which
cover certain types of bacteria.
Edinburgh scientists have made
major progress in these areas.
Marquis was chosen for the
award by the National Science
Foundation which administers the
program for the State Department.

Prof. Walter Sanders, chairman
of the architecture department,
has been appointed to serve a
three-year term on the Board of
Governors of the Building Re-
search Institute on the National
Academy of Sciences.

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Lto PING SAYS:
Ike may take it hard just for a while but I'm sure
when he returns we'll see the sunshine of his smile.
Enjoy the finest in
Cantonese and I
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