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FORM OF BEQUEST

To the Trustees of Columbia College in the City of New York I
give and bequeath the sum of $ , to be used by said

Trustees for the uses and purposes of said Corporation .



CONTENTS



Trustees ....

Standing Committees .
University Council .
Officers of Administration
Emeritus Officers

Administrative Board of the Summer Session
Administrative Board of Extension Teaching
Advisory Committee on Art
Members of Faculties and Teaching Staff
General Statement ....

Historical ....

Organization ....

Schools and Faculties

Divisional Organization

Announcements
General Regulations

Academic Discipline .

Attendance ....

Registration ....

Withdrawal ....

Fees .....

Laboratory Fees
Students' Expenses ....
Committee on Employment for Students
Appointment Committees .
Relations between the University and Other Institu

TIONS .....

Public Lectures

The Library ....

University Commons .

Residence Halls

Other Living Accommodations .

Medical Visitor

Earl Hall ....

Public Worship and Religious Work

Student Organizations

Constitution of the Board of Student Representatives

Greek Letter Fraternities

Local Alumni Associations

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CONTENTS



Divisional and Departmental Statements
Introductory
Anatomy .
Anthropology
Architecture
Astronomy

Bacteriology and Hygiene
Biological Chemistry
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Clinical Instruction, Courses in Dermatology, Genito-
urinary Diseases, Laryngology, Ophthalmology,
Orthopedic Surgery, and Otology
Clinical Pathology
Comparative Literature
Design ....
Diseases of Children .
Domestic Art
Domestic Science
Economics and Social Science
Education

Electrical Engineering
Engineering Drafting .
English ....
Fine Arts ....
Geography

Geology ....
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Greek ....

Gynecology

Histology and Embryology
History and Political Philosophy
Hospital Economics .
Latin ....

Law .....

Municipal or Private Law

Public Law and Jurisprudence

Politics
Manual Training
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Metallurgy
Mineralogy
Mining



CONTENTS



Departments of Instruction — Continued




Music ........


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Nature Study .......


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Neurology .......


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Obstetrics ........


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Oriental Languages ......


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Chinese .......


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Indo-Iranian Languages ....


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Semitic Languages .....


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Pathology .......


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Pharmacology, Materia Medica, and Therapeutics .


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Pharmacy .......


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Philosophy and Psychology ....


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Physical Education ......"


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Physics ........


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Mathematical Physics ....


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Physiology .......


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Practice of Medicine ......


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Romance Languages and Literatures


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Shop-work .......


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Surgery


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Zoology ........


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Entrance Examinations ......


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General Statement ......


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AppUcation for Examination .....


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Fee


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Division of Examinations .....


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Places of Examination .....


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Examination Subjects .....


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Schedule of Examinations ....


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Submission of Note-books, Drawings, etc.


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Definitions of the Requirements in each Subject


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Regulations for the University Degrees


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Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy


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Master of Laws ......


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Columbia College . . . . .


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The Faculty


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Admission .......


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Certificates in Lieu of Entrance Examinations


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Advanced Standing .....


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To Special Courses .....


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Entrance Conditions and Probation


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Program of Studies ......


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Prescribed Courses ...


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Options in the Professional Schools


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CONTENTS



Columbia College — Continued

Additional Credit for High Standing

Examinations in Course

Grades and Credit

Advice to Students
Honors

Register of Students .
School of Law .
The Faculty
Purposes of the School
Program of Studies
Requirements for Admission

to the First- Year Class

to Advanced Standing
Curriculum
Examinations

Degrees ....
Law Library
Register of Students .
School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons)
The Faculty
Historical Statement .
Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment
Vanderbilt Clinic
Sloane Maternity Hospital .
Clinics at Hospitals
Lectures ....
General Plan of Instruction
Requirements for Admission

to the First- Year Class

with Conditions

for 1910-11

Advanced Standing

as Special Students
Requirements for Graduation
Degree of Master of Arts
Equipment and Collections
Summer Session in Medicine
Course of Study
Register of Students .
Schools of Mines, Engineering, and Chemistry
The Faculty
Courses
Admission

Collegiate Preparation



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Schools op Mines, Engineering, and Chemistry — Continued

Requirements without Collegiate Preparation

Advanced Standing

Special Courses
Rules Governing Students
Equipment and Collections
Courses of Study-
Uniform Curriculum for the First Year

Engineer of Mines

Metallurgical Engineer

Civil Engineer .

Electrical Engineer .

Mechanical Engineer .

Chemical Engineer

Chemist .
Register of Students .
Faculty op Political Science
The Faculty
General Statement
Admission and Attendance
Courses of Instruction

Seminars

Yale-Columbia Courses
Faculty of Philosophy
The Faculty
General Statement
Courses of Study and Research
Faculty of Pure Science
The Faculty
General Statement

Special Regulations of the Faculty

Non-matriculated Students
Courses of Study
Register of Students under the Faculties of Pol

Science, Philosophy, and Pure Science
Faculty of Fine Arts
Faculty

General Statement
Admission
Advanced Standing
Non-matriculated Students
Examinations
School of Architecture

General Statement

Admission



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Faculty op Fine Arts — Continued

Candidacy for the Degree .

Course for the Certificate .

Students from Other Institutions

Program of Studies .

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Certificate in Architecture .
Architectural School of Engineering
Graduate Courses
School of Music .

General Statement

Equipment

Admission

Degree of Bachelor of Music

Certificate in Music .

Program of Studies .
School of Design

Equipment

Admission

Curriculum for Certificate

Program of Studies .

Studio Work
Register of Students .

School of Architecture

School of Music
Barnard College ....
Trustees .....

Standing Committees
Officers of Instruction
Officers of Administration .
General Statement
Admission ....

Entrance Conditions

Advanced Standing .

Special Students
Matriculation, Registration, Fees .
Dormitory ....

Program of Studies
Options in the Professional Schools
Register of Students ,
Teachers College ....
Trustees .....
The Faculty ....
Other Officers of Instruction
Officers of Administration .



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Teachers College — Continued

Officers of Teachers College Schools

General Statement

Buildings and Equipment

Register of Students
College of Pharmacy

Officers and Trustees .

Officers of Instruction

Officers of Administration

General Statement

Admission

Method of Instruction

Requirements for Admission

Register of Students .
Summer Session

Administrative Board

Officers of Instruction
Assistants

General Statement

Fees

Summer Courses in Medicine

Summary of Registration
Extension Teaching .

Administrative Board

Officers of Instruction

General Statement

Courses of Instruction
Credit Courses
Lecture Courses
Degrees Conferred during 1907

Honorary Degrees
Commencement Calendar, 1908
Fellowships, Scholarships, and Other Provision for the
Assistance and Rewajid of Students

General Regulations .

University Fellowships

Special Fellowships

University Scholarships

Special Scholarships .

Medals and Prizes

Scholarships and Prizes in Columbia College

Award of Honors, Columbia College, 1908

Scholarships and Prizes in the School of Law

Fellowships, Scholarships, and Prizes in the College of
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CONTENTS



Fellowships, Scholarships, etc. — Continued

Scholarships and Prizes in the Schools of Mines, Engineer-
ing, and Chemistry ......

Scholarships and Fellowships in the School of Archi-
tecture ......

Barnard College: Scholars, Honors, and Prizes

Teachers College : Fellows and Scholars

College of Pharmacy : Prizes
University Bibliography .

Official Pubhcations .

Columbia University Press

Publications, Contributions, and Serial Studies

Journals ....

Student Publications .
Special Funds ....
Academic Calendar
Summary op Officers and Students
Directory of Officers
Directory of Students
Index .....



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TRUSTEES
Chairman

George L. Rives 69 East 79th Street

Clerk
John B. Pine 63 Wall Street



Gerard Beekman 419 Madison Avenue

Edward Mitchell 31 East 50th Street

W. Bayard Cutting 32 Nassau Street

Seth Low, LL.D 30 East 64th Street

George L. Rives 69 East 79th Street

Lenox Smith 25 Broad Street

J ohn Crosby Brown, LL.D 59 Wall Street

Rev. Marvin R. Vincent, S.T.D 20 East 92d Street

John B. Pine 63 Wall Street

Hermann H. Cammann 84 Williain Street

Rev. Edward B. Coe, D.D., LL.D 42 West 52d Street

William Barclay Parsons 60 Wall Street

George G. DeWitt 39 West 51st Street

Francis Sedgwick Bangs 35 Wall Street

Benjamin Aymar Sands 31 Nassau Street

Nicholas Murray Butler, Ph.D., LL.D. (Cantab.), Litt.D. (Oxon.)

Columbia University

J. Pierpont Morgan 3 Broad Street

John Stewart Kennedy 31 Nassau Street

T. Matlack Cheesman, M.D Garrison-on-Hudson, N. Y.

Horace W. Carpentier 108 East 37th Street

Marcellus Hartley Dodge 9 East 54tli Street

Rev. William T. Manning, S.T.D 115 West 91st Street

Rt. Rev. David H. Greer, D.D., S.T.D 7 Gramercy Park

Treasurer
John McLean Nash 63 Wall Street

Office of the Trustees 63 Wall Street



standing Committees
1908

[Note — The date after each name indicates the expiration of term of ofBce.]



ON FINANCE



Mr. Mitchell (1909). Chairman
Mr. Kennedy (1910) Mr. Bangs (1912)

Mr. Rives (1911) Mr. Dodge (1913)



ON BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS



Mr. Low (19 10), Chairman

Mr. Kennedy (1909) Mr. Sands (1913)

Mr. Pine (1912) The President (ex-officio)



ON HONORS

Rev. Dr. Vincent (191 i), Chairman
Mr. Rives (1909) Mr. Low (191a)

Rev. Dr. Coe (1910) Mr. Parsons (1913)

on education

Rev. Dr. Cob (191 i), Chairman
Mr. Pine (1909) Rev. Dr. Vincent (1912)

Dr. Cheesman (1910) Mr. Mitchell (1913)

Mr. Rives (ex-officio)
Thb President (ex-officio)

ON THE library

The President (ex-officio), Chairman
Rev. Dr. Cob (1909) Mr. Beekman (191O

Mr. Carpentier (1910) Mr. De Witt (1912)

Secretary, the Librarian



UNIVERSITY COUNCIL

[NoTB.— The date after each name indicates the expiration of term of oSice.]

The President of the University

From Columbia College
Professor J. Howard Van Amringe, Dean
Professor Calvin Thomas (1910), Secretary of the Council

Professor Gary N. Calkins (1911)

From, the Faculty of Law
Professor George W. Kirchwey, Dean
Professor Francis M. Burdick (1910)
Professor Harry A. Gushing (1911)

From the Faculty of Medicine
437 West 59th Street
Dr. Samuel W. Lambert, Dean
Dr. Walter B. James (1910)
Dr. M. Allen Starr (191 i)

From the Faculty of Applied Science
Frederick A. Goetze, M.Sc., Dean
Professor Henry S. Munroe (1910)
Professor Marston T. Bogert (1911)

From, the Faculty of Political Science
Professor John W. Burgess, Dean
Professor Munroe Smith (1910)
Professor Edwin R. A. Seligman (1911)

From the Faculty of Philosophy
Professor Edward Delavan Perry, Dean
Professor George R. Carpenter (1910)

Professor Frederick J. E. Woodbridge (1911)

From, the Faculty of Pure Science
Professor William Hallock, Dean
Professor Cassius J. Keyser (1910)
Professor Ernest F. Nichols (191 i)

From the Faculty of Fine Arts
Professor James R. Wheeler, Acting Dean
Professor Alfred D. F. Hamlin (1911)

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL

From Barnard College
Professor William T. Brewster, Acting Dean
Professor James Harvey Robinson (1909)
Professor Henry E. Crampton (1911)

From Teachers College
Professor James Earl Russell, Dean
Professor Richard E. Dodge (1910)
Professor David E. Smith (1911)

From the College of Pharmacy
Henry H. Rusby, M.D,, Dean, 115 West 68th Street

From the Union Theological Seminary
President Francis Brown, 700 Park Ave.

From the General Theological Seminary
Rev. Wilford L. Robbins, D.D., Dean, Chelsea Square



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION

Nicholas Murray Butler, Ph.D., LL.D. (Cantab.), Litt.D. (Oxon.)

President of the University
John W. Burgess, Ph.D., LL.D.

Dean of the Faculty of PoUtical Science
J. Howard Van Amringe. Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D.

Dean of Columbia College
George W. Kirchwey, A.B., LL.D.

Dean of the Faculty of Law
Edward Delavan Perry, Ph.D., LL.D.

Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy
Samuel W. Lambert, M.D.

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
William Hallock, Ph.D.

Dean of the Faculty of Pure Science
Frederick Arthur Goetze, M.Sc.

Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science
James Rignall Wheeler, Ph.D.

Acting Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts
William T. Brewster, A.M.

Acting Dean of Barnard College
James Earl Russell, Ph.D., LL.D.

Dean of Teachers College
Henry H. Rusby, M.D.

Dean of the College of Pharmacy
Frederick Paul Keppel, A.B.

Secretary of the University
William A. Hervey, A.M.

Registrar of the University
Edward T. Boag

Assistant Registrar at the College of Physicians and

Surgeons
Charles S. Danielson

Bursar
Edward K. Hayt, A.M.

Assistant Bursar at the College of Physicians and Surgeons
Frederick Arthur Goetze, M.Sc.

Consulting Engineer
Henry Lee Norris, M.E.

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Helen C. Wadeltox

Recorder
Cornelia P. Macy

Recorder
Anna E. H. Meyer, A.B.

Secretary of Barnard College



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Mrs. N. W. Liggett, A.B.

Bursar of Barnard College

Ci-YDE FURST, M.A.

Secretary of Teachers College
Theodora George

Registrar of Teachers College
Charles Prentice Benns, M.E.

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds in Teachers College
Cyrus Hurlburt Pomeroy

Bursar of Teachers College
IsABELLE L. Pratt

Recorder of Teachers College

LUCETTA DaNIELL

Directress of Teachers College
Thomas F. Main

,; Secretary of the College of Pharmacy
Harry B. Ferguson, Phar.D.

Assistant Secretary of the College of Pharmacy.



Librarian of the University '
James Hulme Canfield, LL.D., Litt.D. (Oxon.)

Chaplain of the University

Rev. Raymond C. Knox, B.D. ,

Medical Director of the Gymnasium
George Louis Meylan, A.M., M.D.

Comptroller of Student Organizations
Frederick Arthur Goetze, M.Sc.

Secretary of Earl Hall

James Myers, A.B.

University Medical Visitor
D. Stuart Dodge Jessup, M.D,

Organist

Frank E. Ward'



Officers of Administration, 36
(13 of whom are also educational
officers')

> For Library Staff, see page 43.



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 7

Emeritus Officers

Edward Curtis, M.D Emeritus Professor of Materia Medica

and Therapeutics

John D. Quackenbos, A.M., M.D Emeritus Professor of Rhetoric

James W. McLane, M.D Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics

George H. Baker, A.M Librarian Emeritus

Franxis Delakield, M.D., LL.D Emeritus Professor of the

Practice of Medicine
Abraham Jacobi, M.D., LL.D. .Emeritus Professor of the Diseases of

Children

Herman Knapp, M.D Emeritus Professor of Ophthalmology

William R. Ware, LL.D Emeritus Professor of Architecture

George M. Lefferts, M.D., M.Sc. .Emeritus Professor of Laryngology

William T. Bull, M.D Emeritus Professor of Surgery

Arthur H.Elliott, Ph.D., F.C.S.. .Emeritus Professor of Chemistry,

College of Pharmacy
Frederick R. Hutton, E.M., Ph.D., Sc.D. . . .Emeritus Professor of

Mechanical Engineering

Charles McBurney, M.D Emeritus Professor of Surgery

Robert F. Weir, M.D Emeritus Professor of Surgery

(14)

Administrative Board of the Summer Session

Professor James C. Egbert Professor Willi.a.m A. Hervey

Professor Frederick J. E. Woodbridge Frederick P. Keppel

Clyde Furst
(5)

Administrative Board of Extension Teaching

Professor Adolphe Cohn Professor James E. Russell

Professor Franklin T. Baker Professor Herbert G. Lord

Professor Frederick H. Sykes

(5)

Advisory Committee on Art

Charles F. McKim, Litt.D. Edwin H. Blashfielu
Daniel C. French Frank D. Millet

(4)



MEMBERS OF FACULTIES AND TEACHING STAFF

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER,

PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
A.B., Columbia, 1S82; A.M., 1S83; Ph.D., 1884; LL.D., Syracuse, 1898; Tulane,
looi; Johns Hopkins, Princeton, Yale, and University of Pennsylvania. 1902;
Chicago, 1903; Manchester and St. Andrew's, 1905; Cambridge, 1907; Williams,
1908; Litt.D., Oxford, 190S.

Professors

J. Howard Van Amringe Professor of Mathematics

A.B., Columbia, i860; A.M., 1863; L.H.D., 1890; Ph.D., University of the State
o£ New York, 1877; LL.D., Union, 1895.

Charles F. Chandler Mitchill Professor of Chemistry

A.M., Ph.D., Gottingen, 1856; M.D., University of New York, 1873; LL.D.,
Union, 1873; Sc.D., Oxford, 1900.

John W. Burgess. . .Ruggles Professor of Political Science and Consti-
tutional Law
A.B., Amherst, 1867; A.M., 1870; LL.D., 1884; Ph.D., Princeton, 1883.

Henry S. Munroe Professor of Mining

E.M., Columbia, 1869; Ph.D., 1876; Sc.D., 1904.

^ Munroe Smith Professor of Roman Law and Comparative

Jurisprudence
A.B., Amherst, 1874; A.M., 1880; LL.B., Coliunbia, 1877; LL.D., 1904; J.U.D.,
Gottingen, 1880.

John G. Curtis Professor of Physiology

A.B., Harvard, 1866; A.M., 1869; M.D., Columbia, 1870; LL.D., 1904.

Frank J. Goodnow. .. .Eaton Professor of Administrative Law and

Municipal Science
A.B., Amherst, 1879; A.M., 1886; LL.B., Columbia, 1882, cum laude; LL.D.,
1904.

Richard J. H. Gottheil. .Professor of Rabbinical Literature and the

Semitic Languages
A.B., Columbia, 1881; Ph.D., Leipzig, 1886.

Edwin R. A. Seligman. . . .McVickar Professor of Political Economy
A.B., Columbia, 1879; A.M., 1883; LL.B., 1884; Ph.D., 1884; LL.D., 1904.

Harry Thurston Peck. . . .Anthon Professor of the Latin Language

and Literature
A.B., Columbia, 1881; A.M.. 1882; L.H.D., 1884: LL.D., 1904; Ph.D., Cum-
berland, 1883; LL.D., Alfred University, 1903.

William Henry Carpenter. . Villard Professor of Germanic Philology
A.B.. Hamilton, 1881; Ph.D., Freibiirg. 1881.

M. Allen Starr Professor of Neurology

A.B., Princeton, 1876; A.M., 1879; Ph.D., 1884; LL.D., 1899; M.D., Columbia,
1880; Sc.D., 1904.

Alfred D. F. Hamlin Professor of the History of Architecture

A.B., Amherst, 1875; A.M., 1885.

3 Absent on leave second half-year.
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OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION g

Alfred J. Moses Professor of Mineralogy

E.M.. Columbia 1882; Ph.D., i8qo.

George S. Huntimgton' Professor of Anatomy

A.B., Trinity, i88i; A.M., 1884; M.D., Columbia, 1884; Sc.D., 1904; LL.D.,
Jefferson Medical College, 1907.

Herbert L. Osgood Professor of History

A.B., Amherst, 1877: A.M., i88o; LL.D., 1907; Ph.D., Columbia, 1889.

2 J. McKeen Cattell Professor of Psychology

A.B., Lafayette, 1880; A.M., 1S83; LL.D., 1907; Ph.D., Leipzig, 1886.

Francis M. Burdick Dwight Professor of Law

A.B., Hamilton, 1869; LL.B., 1872; LL.D., 1895.

George W. Kirchwey Kent Professor of Law

A. B., Yale, 1S77; LL.D., Yale, University of Cincinnati, Ne>v York University,
1908.

> John Bassett Moore. Hamilton Fish Professor of International Law

and Diplomacy
A.B., Virginia, 1880; LL.D., Yale, 1901.

Henjry Fairfield Osborn Da Costa Professor of Zoology

A.B., Princeton, 1877; Sc.D., 1880; LL.D., Trinity College (Hartford), 1901;
Princeton, 1902; Columbia, 1907; Sc.D., Cambridge, 1904.

» Edward Delavan Perry Jay Professor of Greek

A.B., Columbia, 1875; LL.D., 1904; A.M. and Ph.D., Tubingen, 1879.

Frank Dempster Sherman Professor of Graphics

Ph.B., Columbia, 1884.

William A. Dunking Lieber Professor of History and Political

Philosophy
A.B., Columbia, 1S81; A.M., 1883; Ph.D., 1885; LL.D., 1904.

Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson. .Professor of Indo-Iranian

Languages

A.B., Columbia, 1883; A.M., 1884; L.H.D., 1885; Ph.D., 1886; LL.D., 1904.

Adolphe Cohn. .Professor of the Romance Languages and Literatures
B. 6s. L., Paris, 1868; LL.B., 1873; A.M., 1874.

Edmund B. Wilson Professor of Zoology

Ph.B., Yale. 1878; LL.D., 1901; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1881; LL.D., 1902;
LL.D., Chicago, 1901.

James Furman Kemp Professor of Geology

A.B., Amherst, 1881; Sc.D., 1906; E.M., Columbia, 1884.

Robert Peele Professor of Mining

E.M., Columbia, 1883.

William Hallock Professor of Physics

A.B., Columbia, 1879; Ph.D., Wurzburg, 1881; Phar.D., National College of
Pharmacy, 1892.

3 Brander Matthews Professor of Dramatic Literature

A.B., Columbia. 1871; LL.B., 1873; A.M.. 1874; LL.D., 1904; D.C.L., Univer-
sity of the South. 1890; Litt.D., Yale. 1901.

Francis B. Crocker Professor of Electrical Engineering

E.M., Columbia, 1882; Ph.D., 1895.

Michael Idvorsky Pupin Professor of Electro-Mechanics

A.B., Columbia, 1S83; Sc.D., 1004: Ph.D., Berlin, 1889.

T. Mitchell Prudden Professor of Pathology

B.S., Yale, 1872; M.D.. 1875: LL.D.. i8q6.

' Absent on leave 1908-9. 2 Absent on leave first half-year.

^ Absent on leave second half-year.



lO OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION

William H. Burr Professor of Civil Engineering

C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic, 1872.

Henry Alfred Todd Professor of Romance Philology

A.B., Princeton, 1876; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1885.

George Rice Carpenter Professor of Rhetoric and English

Composition
A.B., Harvard, 1886; D.C.L., University of the South, 1907.

Franklin Henry Giddings Professor of Sociology and the

History of Civilization
A.B.. Union, 1S77; A.M.. 1889; Ph.D.. 1897; LL.D., Oberlin, 1900.

George F. Canfield Professor of Law

A.B., Harvard, 1875; LL.B., 1880.

Thomas Scott Fiske Professor of Mathematics

A.B.. Columbia, 1885; A.M., 1886; Ph.D., 1888.

Harold Jacob y Rutherfurd Professor of Astronomy

A. B., Columbia, 1885; Ph.D.. 1895.

John B. Clark Professor of Political Economy

A.B.. Amherst. 1872; Ph.D.. 1890; LL.D.. 1897; LL.D.. Princeton, 1896.

James Rignall Wheeler . . . Professor of Greek Archseology and Art
A.B.. Vermont. 1880; Ph.D.. Harvard. i88s.

Frank N. Cole Professor of Mathematics

A.B., Harvard, 1882; A.M. and Ph.D., 1886.

James Harvey Robinson Professor of History

A.B., Harvard, 1887; A.M., 1888; Ph.D.. Freiburg. 1890.

Frederic S. Lee Professor of Physiology

A.B., St. Lawrence, 1878; A.M., 1881; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins. 1885.

James Chidester Egbert Professor of Latin

A.B., Columbia. 1881; A.M.. 1882; Ph.D.. 1884.

Calvin Thomas. . .Gebhard Professor of the Germanic Languages and

Literatures
A.B.. Michigan, 1874; A.M., 1877; LL.D.. 1904.

Edwin B. Cragin Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

A.B., Yale. 1882; A.M. (Hon.), 1907: M.D., Columbia, 1886.

» Carlo Leonardo Speranza Professor of Italian

Licenziato del Liceo di Padova. 1861; J. D.. Padua, 1866; A.M.. Columbia. 1887.

Bashford Dean Professor of Vertebrate Zoology

A.B..Collegeof the City of New York, 1886; A.M., Columbia. 1889; Ph.D., 1890.

William Milligan Sloane Seth Low Professor of History



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