TUNE 24, 1959
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Leslki Receives Award
For Outstanding Work
Lectures, Concert Set
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Prof. Gerhard E. Lenski of the
Blology department received the
th annual University Literary
d Education Class, of 1923
The award, consisting of a cer-
icate and $1,000; was presented
iring the all-class dinner at
e Michigan Union.
Prof. Lenski was cited for his
utstanding qualities as a teach-
of undergraduates, sympathet-
understanding as a counselor
students, significant contribu-
ns to the educational growth
the college, and the scholarly
tegrity which underlies his
rvice to the college and the
Prof. Lenski joined the faculty
1950 as an instructor and was
omoted to assistant professor
1954. He has conducted re-
arch concerning religious in-
itutions and identification of
eial class. His most recent proj-
t involves the impact of reli-
o.ls beliefs on economic and po-.
dcal attitudes and family life.
The- award was _established by
e Literary Class of 1919 under
e leadership of Erich A. Walter,
w assistant to the president
d secretary to the University.
he first award was made in
449. Since 1954, it has been
onsored by the'combined Lit-
ary and Education Classes of
Prof. Lenski was born Aug. 13,
24 in Washington, D.C. He?
aduated from Central High
hool there in 1941. He began
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his college education at Yale Uni-
versity, then served three years
with the Army Air Force. He re-
ceived his B.A. from Yale in 1947,
his M.A. in 1949, and his Ph.D.
In 1949-50, he was a Social Sci-
ence Research Council fellow. His
memberships, include Phi Beta
Kappa and the American Sociol-
ogical Association. He served as
chairman of the latter organiza-
tion's section on the sociology of
religion during 1959.
His activities in the sociology
department, have included serv-
ice as a concentrat -i adviser,
membership on the student-fac-
ulty committee, administration of
a 20-section course in principles
of sociology, and service on the
undergraduate curriculum and
executive committees of the de-
A faculty adviser to the Lu-
theran Students Association, he
has also served on the Literary
College's 'Committee on Curricu-
lum in Religious Studies and' on
the college's Administrative
Board. Prof. Lenski has done ex-
tensive teaching in undergraduate
He is the author of professional
articles on "Social Correlates of
Prof. Frank Massey of the UCLAV
public health school will deliver a
lecture at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the public health school audi-
His topic will be "The Use of
the IBM 709 for Statistical Pur-
Dean of Students Glen T. Ny-
green of Kent State University
and Vice-President for Student
Affairs James A. Lewis will ad-
dress the fifth annual Institute
on College and University Admin-
istration at 9 a.m. this morning.
They will discuss "Student Per-
sonal Problems." Tomorrow Dean
John S. Deikhoff of Cleveland
College of Western Reserve Uni-
versity will speak on "Faculty
Personnel Problems." Both ses-
sions will be held in the Adminis-
Willis C. Patterson, Grad., will
present a concert at 8:30 p.m.
today in Aud. A, Angell Hall. The
bass will offered a varied program
including works by Mozart, Faure
and Richard Strauss.
Prof. Eugene Bossart of the
music school will provide piano
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