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409 EAST JEFFERSON
out the fact that to a considerable de-
gree, Professor Miller is able to cor-
JUDGES MEN BY rectly estimate certain characteristics
in individuals-by means of their
photographs-and by means of talk-
ing with them.
"The biggest factor in the making
Professor Miller's System Discloses of an engineer is his ability to vis-
Characteriss By Photograph ualize," said ProfessorMiller. sUpon
aandC onvertisa htogrp this and many other belief s-sho Vn to
be true, Professor Miller intends to
TEEaid certain men in determining at
TRIAL PLANNED IN COLLEGiE least that they are not engineering
OF ENGINEERING AT ONCE material.
(By E. P. Lovejoy, Jr.) Aids Choice of Work
During the war, men applying for If certain qualities, essential to the
certain specialized branches of the profession of e ,gineering, are lacking,
service were found, by tests, to be it will be possible to advise a man that
with .or without definite qualifications engineering is not his fort. The sys-
essential to that arm of service. tem will not attempt to recommend
In many organizations and insti- what a man's profession should be-it
tutions, some of crime--some of learn-eliminatesfromthepossible field--
ing-photographs are used as a method ne o d which has de-
oidentification. one of the side-lights which has de-
Coinfation. o tveloped in this study is shown in a
Combination of the results obtained statement by Professor Miller to the
from such systems is the aim of Prof. effect that successful engineers are
I Harry W. Miller, head of the depart-
meat ofdesripivedraingandnot, necessarily, good mathematic-
gments of descriptive drawing a ons. "But," he adds, "they must have
geometry, in the engineering college, ability to visualize." They must be
Two Views of Face able to build, in imagination, from the
By a plan being carried out under raw to the finished product."
Professor Miller's direction all men This characteristic of visualization,
enrolling in drawing courses will be becomes partially evident in photo-
photographed.: This photograph will graphs. By this means, supplemented
show a front and side view combined with informal talks, discussions and
-the side view being obtained by a study, Professor Miller expects to be
mirror, set at an angle of 45 degrees. able to better judge men, and having
In addition to these photographs, the judged and analyzed them, to better
name and year of the student is shown, aid and irect them.
by inserting a card bearing this data Professor Miller had the unique op-
at the side of the student being photo- portunity of stepping directly from the
graphed. University work, in which he was con-
The resulting picture gives an easy ducting these studies, to, first, the
method of identification; it makes pos- position of chief engineer of railway
sible a better "calling to mind" of a artillery, and then, to chief engineer.
given individual, by any or all of his of all heavy artillery of the expedi-
instructors. tionary forces. In these positions he
All freshmen in the Colleges of En- studied many students.
gineering and Architecture are requir-
ed to take courses in descriptive draw-
ing, and geometry-or more briefly,
as it is now-"Descrip."
Many Pictures Available
With the establishment of such a
system, photographs of all men en-
rolled in engineering and architecture
will be available, in four years-if
the system is begun at once. It is
planned to begin the system at once.
Six years experience as assistant
dean in the College of Engineering at
the University of Illinois, has borne
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