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RIL MEETING:

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Regents Approve New Appointments

The following appointments
re made by the Regents at their
ril meeting:
Jerald G. Bachman was ap-
inted assistant professor of
;her education, effective March
1964.
Bernard A. Berofsky was ap-
inted assistant professor of
Ilosophy effective August, 1964.
Wallace J. Bonk was appoint-
chairman of the library sci-
ce department' effective July
1964, sulcceeding!,R. H. iGels-
ss, who will begin his retire-
nt furlough at that time. -
Donald R. Brown was appoint-
professor of psychology and
earch psychologist, Center for
search on Learning and Teach-
r, effective July 1, 1964.
Andrew D. Carr was appointed
iting associate professor of
emical engineering for the Uni-
rsity year 1964-65.
William T. Carter, Jr. was ap-
inted assistant professor of art,
ective with the academic year
64-65.
Dr. Peter Chodoff was appoint-
assistant professor of anethesi-
gy, effective April 13, 1964.
Rane L. Curl was appointed as-
ciate 'professor of chemical en-
veering, effective with the aca-
mic year 1964-65."
James W. Daily was appointed
ofessor and chairman of the de-
rtment of engineering mechan-
, effective with the academic
ar 1964-65. He is currently pro-
ssor of civil engineering at the
assachusetts Institute of Tech-
'logy and he has been on the
culty there since 1946.

Arthur S. Dunning was appoint-
ed professor of education and of
English, effective August, 1964.
Hans J. Fabian was appointed
assistant professor of German, ef-
fective August, 1964 He is now an
assistant professor and librarian
of the Foreign Languages Library
at Ohio State.
Dr. John R. G. Gosling, asso-
ciate professor of obstetrics and
gynecology was also appointed as-
sistant dean of the Medical School,'
effective April 1, 1964. '
Raymond Grew was appointed
associate professor of history, ef-
fective August, 1964. Since 1961
he has held the Rollins bicenten-
nial preceptorship at Princeton
University. He has been on the
faculty there since 1958.
Yoshio Iwamoto was appointed
assistant professor of Japanese, ef-
fective August, 1964. He spent two
years in Japan as a Ford Founda-
tion Area Fellow.
Victor Nobuo Kobayashi was ap-
pointed assistant professor of edt-.
cation, effective August, 1964. H
is a teaching fellow at the Uni-
versity now.
David H. Krantz was appoint-
ed assistant professor of psychol-
ogy, effective August, 1964. He is
now an instructor at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania.
Alan D. Krisch was appointed
assistant professor of physics, ef-
fective August, 1964. He is an in-
structor at Cornell University.
Robert B. MacLeod was appoint-
ed visiting honors professor, ef-
fective August, 1964. He has serv-
ed as professor and chairman of

the department of psychology at
Cornell University since 1948. He
was a visiting professor at Michi-
gan during the fall semester of
1953.
Richard D. Mann was appointed
associate professor of psychology,
effective August, 1964. He is an
assistant professor at Harvard.
Melvin G. Marcus was appoint-
ed assistant professor of geogra-
phy. He is now an assistant pro-
fessor of geography at Rutgers,
the State University.
Miles K. McElrath was appoint-
ed visiting assistant professor of
Japanese, effective August, 1964.
tie has been an assistant profes-
sor of Japanese at the Univer-
sity of Hawaii since 1959\
Henry N. Pollack was appointed
assistant professor of geology and
associate research geophysicist, ef-
fective August, 1964. He is now a
research fellow at Harvard Uni-
versity.
Dennis F. Reinmuth was ap-
pointed assistant professor of in-
surance, effective with the aca-
demic year 1964-65. He was an as-
sistant professor of insurance at
the University of North Dakota
from 1960 to 1962.
Dr. Jurriaan ten Doesschate was
appointed Netherlands visiting
professor. of opthalmology, effec-
tive with the academic year 1964-
65. He has been professor of op-
thalmology at Utrecht and medical
director of the Royal Dutch Eye
Hospital.
Jack L. Walker, Jr. was appoint-
ed assistant professor of political
science, effective August, 1964. He

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