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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

..-, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1951

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Soop Elected
As Director
E. J. Soop, director of the Uni-
versity's Extension Service, has
been elected a member of the
board of directors of the National
Extension Association.
His election to office took place
at the annual meeting of the or-
ganization in Bend, Oregon.
Soop has just returned from a
combined business-and-vacation
trip during which he visited nine
universities and colleges to gain
information on their extension
service problems.

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Marvin Niehuss NamedDean of Faculties

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Pha rmnacy
College Has
NewChief
This fall, the pharmacy college
will be guided by an experienced
administrator-Dean Thomas D.
Rowe.
Formerly dean of the pharmacy
college at Rutgers University, Dean
Rowe has succeeded Charles H.
Stocking.
** *
A NATIVE of Missoula, Mon-
tana; hedreceived his Bachelor of
Science degree in 1932 from the
University, a Master of Science in
1933 from the University of Mon-
tana, and a Doctor of Philosophy

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Dr. Jeserich
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Dental Head
It was a year ago last July 1
that Dr. Paul J. Jeserich took of-
f ice as dean of the dental school,
but comparatively speaking, he is
still considered a new administra-
tor at the University.
Succeeding Dr. Russell W.
Bunting, DeanhJeserich wasin-
troduced to the University with
this commendation by then Presi-
dent Ruthven: "We are all agreed
that the broad interests of Dr.
Jeserich, his professional know-
ledge and his ability to work with
the profession will keep the den-
tal school in the preeminent posi-
tion which it has long occupied."
DR. JESERICH had been on
the faculty of the dental school
since 1933 and director of the W.
K. Kellogg Foundation since 1936.
A native of Chicago, he received
a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree
in 1924 from the University.

Tow Secon
To Hatcher
In Position
Vice President Marvin L. Nie-
huss, famed for his handling of
Universitybudgetary matters, will
be assuming some new duties this
fall-duties which will place him
second only to the president in ad-
ministrative rank.
In addition to remaining as one
of the University's two vice-presi-"
dents, Niehuss has been given a
new title by the Board of Regents:
dean of faculties. The new post'
encompasses responsibilities of the
provost position, vacated June 3(
by the resignation of James P.
Adams.
NIEHUSS' new office will include
some of the duties of his previous
post (vice-president in charge of
University relations) as well as
most of the provost's duties.
He will have charge of the
faculties and curricula and will
work closely with the deans of
the University's 15 schools and
colleges.
Other responsibilities of thu
provost's office will be Thif ted to
the president's ofYice,
IN TIE WOR ,of President
Harlan H Hatcher, who recom-'
mended " _._.auss appointment, the
vice-prisident and dean of facul-
ties is a "great and respected son"
of tis University and one of its
di1i. guished officers and ser-
van . . I shall take great per-
sona satisfaction in having Mr.
Nieh uss in this post as anintimate.
colleague."
N1 graduate of the class of '25,
Nichuss has served as an in-
structor in the economics de-
partment and the business ad-
mini, tration school, as well as a
research associate in the Bureau
of Business Research.
The 48 year old administrator,
v.ho. is a specialist in real estate,."
was elevated to the rank of pro-
fessor in the Law School in 1944.

Brown Takes Reins
Of Engineering College
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VICE PRESIDENT NIEHUSS
... Lansing and back

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DEAN ROWE
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degree from the University of Wis-
consin.
Among the organizations in
which he has played an active
part is the American Pharma-
ceutical Association. He has
been chairman since 1947 of
National Pharmacy Week, spon-
sored by A.P.A.
Since 1947, Dean Rowe has been
editor and director of research of
the "New Jersey Formulary," a
pharmaceutical periodical.
Read Daily Classifieds

A distinguished chemical en-
gineer, George Granger Brown
has succeeded Ivan C. Crawford
as dean of the engineering col-
lege.
Dean Brown received a Bache-
lor of Science degree in chemistry
from New York University. He
holds the degrees of Master of
Pictures, courtesy of
University News Service
Science in Engineering and Doc-
tor of Philosophy, both obtained
at the University.
Joining the University faculty
as an instructor in chemical en-
gineering in 1920, Dean Brown
attained the position of profes-
sor in 1930.
He is one of eight professors on
campus to receive recognition
when the Board of Regents ap-
proved the establishment of dis-
tinguished professorships.

DEAN BROWN
... chief engineer

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