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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 20, 19701

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.LSA 'Cites
professors
Professors Clifton Olds, Marvin
Felheim, Hans J. Fabian and
Davil R. Segal are recipients of
the annual literary college faculty
awards.
Announcement of the awards
was made by Acting LSA Dean
Alfred Sussman at the fall faculty
meeting Sept. 14..
Clifton Olds, assistant professor
of art and graduate advisor re-
ceived the Class of 1923 Literary
and Education Class Award. Nomi-
nated for the award by the his-
tory of arts faculty, Prof. Olds
was cited, among other, things. for
his "brilliance as an undergrad-
uate teacher, his creativity and
dedication as a counselor . . .
Olds received a baclhelor's de-
igree at Dartmouth College in 1957;
master's degree at the University
of Pennsylvania in 1960, and a
doctorate at the University in
1966.
The Williams Award for Out-'
standing Teaching in the Human-
ities was awarded to English Prof.
Marvin' Felheim. He was lauded
for "his continuing involvement
with students as people and his'
unique contributions to their in-
tellectual growth, his development
and revitalizing of courses in the
humanities curricula . . ."
Prof. Feldheim came to the Uni-
versity in 1948 as instructor in
English from t h e University of
Missouri. He h old s a bachelor's
degree from the University of Cin-
cinnatidand a Ph. D. degree from
Harvard.
Hans J. Fabian, assistant pro-
fessor of German and academic
counselor, received the Ruth M.
Sinclair M em o r 4'a 1 Freshman-
Sophomore Counseling Award in
recognition of 4is "sincere inter-
est in the problems of underclass-
men, and the educational chal-
lenge which he sets before h i s
students."
Prof. Fabian joined the faculty
in 1964 after teaching at Ohio
S t a t e University.cHe studied at
Syracuse University and received
a Ph. D. degree at Ohio State.
David R. Segal, assistant pro-
fessor of sociology, was awarded
t h e Ruth M Sinclair Memorial
Honors Program Award for "his
adherance to the discipline which
is involved in scholarly prepara-
tion and analysis, and his com-
munication of uncompromising
standards of academic excellence
to the students whom he serves."
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