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University Offers Defense Courses'
Cotton production in Mexico this A plan to encourage truck farming
Year is expected to be appreciably is being studied by the Government
above average. of Trinidad and Tobago.
high school graduates, but engineers
already in industry are also in need
of the work offered. Most of the
courses were instituted at the requestI
of industry and the military services.-
Engineering research activity has
a more direct bearing on Michigan's
contribution to the government pro-
gram. Under the direction of Prof.
e A. E. White, the Department of Engi-
e neering Research takes on contracts
from the Office of Scientific Re-
search and, Development in Wash-
ington, other government agencies,
and private companies.
With a total of $75,000 in grants
this year, the department is doing
work in the fields of chemistry, phy-
sics and engineering. Professor
White predicts work amounting to
$100,000 in definite defense con-
tracts this year and an increase in
research for private firms. Much of'
the latter activity will also have a
bearing on the present emergency.
This research work has also given
training to graduate students in the
field outside the University. Last
year 175 students took part in this
division of the department.
Even outside of Ann Arbor, the
University is playing a vital role in
the government's effort. The rosters
of nearly every department show
men on duration leaves. Botanists,
psychologists and many engineering
professors acting as consultants for
industry are among those in this
classification representing the Uni-
versity in actual service. Prof. El-I
more S. Pettyjohn of the chemical
engineering department is now at
sea as a lieutenant commander in
the Naval Reserve while Lt. Com-
mander Jesse Ormondroyd is on spe-
' cial duty in Washington.
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