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Lieutenant U.S.N.R.

A.B. Yale 1925

LL.B. Univ. of Manitoba
(Canada) 1928
Hayes Groff Shimp, Jr. 1

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

A.B. 1942
Joseph Treble Sinclair

Ensign U.S.N.R.

A.B. Michigan 1937
C. Arden Smith

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

B.S. Miami (Ohio) 1934

M.B.A. Harvard 1941



DEGREES CONFERRED 1943-1944



339



Roy White Squires, Jr.i

Lieutenant U.S.N.R.

B.S. Washington 1931
Galen Howard Sturgeon 1

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

A.B. California 1935
Arthur Bumiller Sullivan

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

Ph.D. Yale 1929

LL.B. Yale 1932

George Moore Taggart

Lieutenant U.S.N.R.

B.B.A. Washington 1926
John Lewis Taylor 1

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

A.B. North Dakota State T.C.
1935

A.M. Clark 1940

Dirk Meindert teCroen 1

Commander (MC) U.S.N.

A.B. Redlands 1925

M.D. Col. of Med. Evangelists
(Calif.) 1928
Carl Emil Treutle ^

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

B.C.S. N.Y.U. 1930
John Hearld Useem

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

A.B. California (Los Angeles)
1934

Ph.D. Wisconsin 1939

Donald Edward Van Koughnet
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Minnesota 1928
A.M. Minnesota 1929
LL.B. Harvard 1942



Robert George Van Peursem ^
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Yale 1941

William Verhage
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Lawrence 1928
A.M. Oberlin 1929
Ph.D. Minnesota 1940

Terry Alexander Votichenko ^
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Princeton 1940

William Addison Walker 1

Lieutenant Commander U.S.N.R.
A.B. Kansas 1926

Mead Walworth 1
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. Wesleyan 1924

George Albro Warp
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. Western Reserve 1935
LL.B. Western Reserve 1939
A.M. Western Reserve 1941

William Ernest Weld, Jr. 1
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.M. 1940
A.B. Hamilton 1935

Alfred Eugene Wellons *
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. Allegheny 1938
A.M. Chicago 1939

Garnelle Grame Wheeler
Captain U.S.M.C.R.



Henry Gilbert White 1
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
Ph.B. Yale 1931
LL.B. St. Paul Col. of Law 1940

Francis Preston Whitehair ^
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
LL.B. John B. Stetson 192 r

Robert Fraser Wilcox ^
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Stanford r937
A.M. Stanford 1940

Philip Bottiley Willauer
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Ursinus 1930
A.M. Clark 1931
Ph.D. U. of Pa. 1935
LL.B. Temple 1937

Harold Guertin Williams ^
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Washington 1935
A.M. Washington 1938
A.M. Yale 1942

Hilliard Baxley Wilson
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
B.S. North Carolina 1934
M.S. North Carolina 1935

Carlton Leroy Wood

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Vv'ashington 1932
Ph.D. Univ. of Heidelberg
(Germany) 1936

Charles Francis Woodhouse
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
M.B.A. Harvard 1928

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CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE IN MILITARY GOVERNMENT
AND ADMINISTRATION



Carroll John Amundson
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Oregon 1926
A.M. Oregon 1928
Ph.D. Pittsburgh 1933

Frederic Pearson Bartlett
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. 1933
A.M. Harvard r938

Douglas Hamilton Bellemore
Lieutenant (SC) U.S.N.R.
B.S. Boston 1932
M.B.A. Boston 1933
Ph.D. N.Y.U. 1937

Norman Edward Brooks
Ensign U.S.N.R.

William Parker Butler

Lieutenant Commander (CEC)

U.S.N.R.
B.S. U.S.N.A. 1909

Paul Kenyon Butterfield
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. Illinois 1927
A.M. Illinois 1928

Paul Albert Calvet

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.



Philander Priestley Claxton, Jr.
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. Tennessee 1934
A.M. Princeton 1935
LL.B. Yale 1938

Maurice Parr Coakley
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Beloit 1926
LL.B. Wisconsin 1931

Ernest Couloheras
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B. of Eng. Tulane 1930

Winston Winford Crouch
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Pomona 1929
A.M. Claremont 1930
Ph.D. California 1933

W. Howard Dawe
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Wittenberg 1929
A.M. Virginia r93o

George Winter Dean

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Yale 1929

Tim dejong

Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. Oregon State 1930



Paul Marshbanks Denning
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Newberry 1929

Miles William Dunnington
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Illinois 1929
A.M. Illinois 1930
Ph.D. Chicago 1940

George Alfred Eddy

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Yale 1928
M.B.A. Harvard 1932

Carl Alvin Fisher
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.F.S. Georgetown 1924

William McHenry Franklin
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. Cincinnati 1934
A.M. Cincinnati 1934
Ph.D. Fletcher Sch. of Law &
Diplomacy 1941

Keener Chapman Frazer
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Wofford 1920
A.M. North Carolina 1922

Edward John Frey

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Michigan 1932



' Certificate dated subsequent to Commencement 1943, but prior to January i, 1944.



340

Robert Avery Frost

Lieutenant (MC) U.S.N.
M.D. Boston 1938

William Victor Gioseffi
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
B.S. Rochester 1942

John Thomas Hackett ^
Lieutenant U.S.C.G.R.
A.M. 1932
B.S.S. C.C.N. Y. 1929

Philip Jamieson Halla *
Ensign U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. Stanford 1939
A.M. Princeton 1942

Thomas Shetrowd Hershey

Past Assistant Surgeon U.S.P.H.S.
A.B. Pennsylvania State 1936
M.D. Temple 1940

Thomas Kemper Hitch
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. Stanford 1934
Ph.D. Univ. of London
(England) 1937

Thomas Haley Hodgson
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
Ph.B. Notre Dame 1924
LL.B. Minnesota 1928

Dick Crofton Horton
Lieutenant R.N.V.R.

Alfred McChord Hurt 1

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. Centre 1933

David Nathaniel Jones, Jr.
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. 1932

B.A. Cambridge Univ. (England)
1934

Robert Boardman Jude

Lieutenant (jg) (SC) U.S.N.R.
B.S. Syracuse 1928

James Joseph Kearney *
Lieutenant U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. Notre Dame 193 1
J.D. Loyola 1934
LL.M. Catholic 1935

Albert Blanchard Kellogg '
Lieutenant Colonel A. U.S.
A.B. Wheaton (111.) 1909
A.M. Dartmouth 1930

George Stephens Knight
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Vanderbilt 1931
LL.B. Vanderbilt 1934
LL.M. Georgetown 1937
S.J.D. Georgetown 1938

William Ernest Koerting
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

Henry Albert Lagasse ^

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.C.G.R.
B.S. Georgetown 1940

Thomas Francis Lambert, Jr.
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. California (Los Angeles)

1936
B.A. in Juris. Oxford Univ.

(England) 1938
B.C.L. Oxford Univ. (England)

1939



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY



Andrew White Lee
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. U. of Pa. 1928

Emerson Hunsberger Loucks
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.M. 1925
Ph.D. i9j6
A.B. Findlay 1922

James Lincoln McCartney
Commander U.S.N.R.
B.S. Chicago 1921
M.D. Rush Medical Col. 1924

Eugene Miller McColm
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
Ph.D. 1927
B.S. Illinois 1922
M.S. Illinois 1923

Morgan Scott MacDonald
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
B.S. U. of Pa. r929

Darel Doyt McFerren 1
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Hastings 1931
A.M. Northwestern 1940

Raymond Francis McLain
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Mt. Union 1929

Furman Gordon McLarty
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Duke 1927
B.A. Oxford Univ. (England)

1929
A.M. Harvard 1931
Ph.D. Duke 1935

Gordon Preston Marshall
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.Ph. Yale 1921

Carroll Edward Michelson *
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. Stanford 1931

Glenn Charles Miller
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. Pennsylvania State 1931
M.Ed. Pennsylvania State 1935

Walter Joseph Moberg
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Boston 1930
A.M. Harvard 1932

Edwin George Moline ^

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. Holy Cross 1934
A.M. Catholic r942

Allen Barwick Moreland
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. Florida 1938
A.M. Harvard 1942

Harold Wilcox Moseley
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Amherst r928
M.B.A. Harvard 1931
Ph.D. Harvard 1939

Edward Edwin Muhs ^
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Illinois 1928

Columba Patrick Murray, Jr. 1
Major A.U.S.



William Gill Nagle

Lieutenant (jg) (SC) U.S.N.R.
B.S. U. of Pa. 1933

James Edward O'Connor, Jr.
Lieutenant (jg) (SC) U.S.N.R.
B.S. St. Mary's (Calif. )^ 1932

Claiborne Pell *

Lieutenant U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. Princeton 1940

John Dobner Phillips

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. California 1929
LL.B. California 1932

Elmer Plischke
Ensign U.S.N.R.
Ph.B. Marquette 1937
A.M. American 1938
Ph.D. Clark 1943

Joseph Elbert Power
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. California 1923
A.M. California, r928

Cromwell Adams Riches
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.M. 1926
A.B. Reed 1925
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins 1935

Hilton William Rose

Commander (MC) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Oregon 1929
M.D. Oregon 1931

Clarence Edward Roth
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. West Virginia 1927
A.M. West Virginia 1930

Seymour St. John

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Yale 1935

Vincent Alphonsus Sheehy, Jr.
Lieutenant Commander U.S.N.R.
LL.B. Columbus 1933

Abbot Emerson Smith
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.B. Colby 1926

D. Phil. Oxford Univ. (England)
1932

Arthur Deatrick Smith
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.M. 1926
A.B. Franklin & Marshall 1918

Robert Ashton Smith
Ensign U.S.N.R.
A.B. Yale 1938

Frederick Winslow Stetson, Jr. *
Lieutenant U.S.C.G.R.
A.B. St. Stephens Col. (Mass.)

1932
LL.B. Northwestern Univ.
(Mass.) 1938
Guy Jacob Swope

Lieutenant Commander U.S.N.R.
Harold MacTavish Sylvester
Commander (CEC) U.S.N.
B.S. U.S.N.A. 1924
C.E. Rensselaer Poly. Inst. 1928
M.C.E. Rensselaer Poly. Inst.
1929
Clarence Harmon Tupper
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.



^ Certificate dated subsequent to Commencement 1943, but prior to January i, 1944.



DEGREES CONFERRED 1943-1944



341



John Edward Vesey ^

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.C.G.R.
B.S. Georgetown 1939

James Buchanan Walker
Captain U.S.M.C.R.

David Deats Watkins
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
A.B. Amherst 1934



Lyman Cromwell White
Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.
A.M. 1929
Ph.D. 1933
A.B. Iowa 1928

William Stephenson White 1
Lieutenant U.S.N.R.
B.S. Georgetown 1930



John Zale Williams

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

A.B. Nevada 1934
John Lewis Wilson

Surgeon U.S.P.H.S.

A.B. Hiram 1926

M.D. Michigan 1930
Ellis Curran Yale

Lieutenant (jg) U.S.N.R.

A.B. Carleton 1930



[8i]



PROGRAM OF TRAINING IN
INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATION



CERTIFICATE IN INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATION



Horia loan Babes
A.B. 1927
A.M. 1928

Bester Tartt Bell 1
A.B. Tulane 1937
A.M. Chicago 1940

Robert Oakes Byrd ^
A.B. Puget Sound 1938
A.M. American 1939

Charlotte J. Califf

A.B. North Carolina 1929
M.S. North Carolina 1934

Fil M. D'Agostino
LL.B. N.Y.U. 1920

Vera Franke Eliasberg (Mrs.)

William Floyd 2nd

Mary Jayne Gold



CIVILIAN

Howard Frederick Gustafson ^
B.S. Minnesota 1938
M.S. Western Reserve 1940

Eugene Frank Kidder, Jr. ^
A.B. California (Los Angeles)
1937

Werner Robert Liebman

George Thomas Little ^

A.B. Bowdoin 1940

A.M. Fletcher Sch. of Law
& Diplomacy 1941
Bertha McClendon Mansour (Mrs.)^

A.M. 1940

B.S. Texas State Col. for Women
1925
George McCIellan Mathues *

B.S. Haverford 1938

M.B.A. Harvard 1940
Guido Nadzo 1



Darrell Donald Randall ^

A.B. Nebraska Wesleyan 1959

A.M. Nebraska 1942
Friedl Reifer (Mrs. )
Lillian Diana Robbins

A.M. 1927

B.S. Chicago 1925
Bohuslav Soumar
Anne Irene Sullivan

B.S. 1932

A.M. 1940
Charles Milton Webb 1

B.S. Ashland 1938

B.S. Goshen 1939

M.S. Indiana 1941
Eric Walter Weinmann *
TatianaS. Weller (Mrs.) i



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BUSINESS

CERTIFICATE IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES FOR COLLEGE GRADUATES



Martha Berry Littlefield
A.B. Bates 1943



Dorothy Mines

A.B. Brooklyn 1943



M



Ina Ida Cassirer >



LIBRARY SERVICE

CERTIFICATE IN LIBRARY SERVICE

DENTAL AND ORAL SURGERY



[ij



CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN ORTHODONTICS



Morris Matthew Berry
D.D.S. Temple 1931



Edwin Alvin Brown

D.D.S. Dalhousie (Canada)
1941



Paul Christian Sexauer
D.D.S. 1940
B.S. Long Island 1938



^ Diploma dated subsequent to Commencement 1943, but prior to January i, 1944.



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342



COLUMBIA univi:rsity



Rita Ruth Baer
Beverly Edith Conn
Cecilia Feiler
Ruth Estelle Ginsberg



CERTIFICATE IN DENTAL HYGIENE



Lorraine Mary Hodgson
Josephine Naclerio
Gloria Ellen Pildos
Barbara Lois Posnik



Ann Barbara Raphael
Mona Rubin
Shirley Adeline Stickel
Effie Wechsler



[12]



PHARMACY



CERTIFICATE IN LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY



Mary Jane Bonham



[i]



UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Marianne Frank
Helen Anne Karadontes
Rodney Sadatnu Notomi



[3}



CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY



Mary H. Atlee 1

A.B. Wellesley 1941



Evelyn Green

A.B. Brooklyn 1942

Ruth Paisner Hutton

Ruth Bronson Kinney

Margaret Gertrude Middleton

Louise Somerville Moulson
B.S. Elmira 1934

Virginia Dolores Nowicki *
A.B. St. Joseph's Col. for Women
1941

Adrienne Marron Winters (Mrs. )

[8]



CERTIFICATE IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES

Shelly L. Berman
E. Lucille Connors
Selene B. Davidson
Edythe Jane Forman
Janeta Freier
Adelaide Hocky
Rosa Huisman ^
Joan MacFall
Rose Eleanor Mark
Pauline Frances Winitz



[10}



* Diploma dated subsequent to Commencement 1943, but prior to January 1, 1944.



STATUTES^

CHAPTER I

THE PRESIDENT

§ I . Powers. The President shall have charge of the educational administration of the Uni-
versity, and shall be the Chairman of the University Council, and of every Faculty and
Administrative Board established by the Trustees. His concurrence shall be necessary to every
act of the Council or of a Faculty or of an Administrative Board, unless, after his nonconcur-
rence, the act or resolution shall be again passed by a vote of two-thirds of the entire body
at the same or at the next succeeding meeting thereof. In all cases where there shall be non-
concurrence between the President and a majority of the Council or Faculty or Administra-
tive Board present at the time, the names of those voting on each side shall be entered on the
minutes, and each member shall be entided to have entered on the minutes his reasons for
his vote.

§2. Duties. It shall be the duty of the President:

a. To take charge and have care of the University generally, of its buildings, of its grounds
adjacent thereto, and of its movable property upon the same.

b. To call meetings of the University Council, and of the several Faculties and Adminis-
trative Boards and to give such directions and to perform such acts, as shall in his judgment
promote the interests of the University, so that they do not contravene the Charter, the
Stamtes, or the resolutions of the Trustees, or of the Council or Faculties or Administrative
Boards.

c. To report to the Trtistces annually, and as occasion shall require, the condition and
needs of the University.

d. To administer discipline in such cases as he deems proper.

§3. Acting President. In the absence or disability of the President, pending action by the
Trustees, the Deans and Directors who are in the regular performance of their duties shall
perform the duties and exercise the authority of the President in the following order: Dean
of the Faculties of Political Science, Philosophy, and Pure Science; Dean of Columbia Col-
lege; Dean of the Faculty of Engineering; Dean of the Faculty of Law; Dean of the Faculty
of Medicine; and the Directors as named in Section 20, in the order of their seniority in the
service of the University.

§4. Leave of Absence. The President shall have power to grant leave of absence for rea-
sonable cause, and for such length of time as he shall judge the occasion may require. Such
leave of absence shall be entered upon the minutes of the appropriate Faculty.

In the case of professors absent on leave, the President shall have power to make such
temporary arrangements for the work of the University as he may deem proper, provided
that no expenditure shall be incurred beyond the compensation waived in each case by the
absent professor, and provided, further, that no part of such funds shall be used to give addi-
tional pay to any one already in the service of the University, except with the consent of the
Trustees. The President shall report the details of every such arrangement at the next meeting
of the Trustees.

§5. Scientific Tests. The President shall have power to permit members of the staff of
instruction to use the various laboratories of the University for scientific tests or experiments
under arrangements to be approved by the President, provided such use does not interfere
with the normal use of the laboratories for the purposes of instruction and research.

§6. Degrees and Certificates. The President shall have power, when the requirements
of the Statutes have been satisfactorily fulfilled, to confer degrees and to award certificates
as follows:

1 Including Amendments to February 5, 194^.



344 COLUMBIA UNI VERSITY

a. The degree of Bachelor of Arts upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Columbia
College.

b. The degree of Bachelor of Science upon the recommendation of the Faculties of Engi-
neering, Business, Library Service, and Medicine, severally.

c. The professional and technical degrees of Bachelor of Laws upon the recommendation
of the Faculty of Law; Doctor of Medicine upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Medi-
cine; Engineer of Mines, Civil Engineer, Metallurgical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Me-
chanical Engineer, and Chemical Engineer, upon tlic recommendation of the Faculty of
Engineering; Bachelor of Architecture upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Archi-
tecture; and Doctor of Dental Surgery upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.

d. The degrees of Bachelor of Science in general studies and in optometry. Master of Arts,
Master of Science, Master of Laws, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Medical Science, Doctor
of Education, Doctor of the Science of Law {Juris Scientiae Doctor), and Doctor of Public
Health upon the recommendation of the University Council.

c. The degree of Bachelor of Arts upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Barnard
College, in accordance with the agreement between the University and that College, dated
January 19, 1900.

f. The degree of Bachelor of Science upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Teachers
College, in accordance with the agreement between the University and Teachers College,
dated June 8, 1915.

g. The degrees of Pharmaceutical Chemist, Bachelor of Science in pharmacy, and Doctor
of Pharmacy upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Pharmacy, in accordance with the
agreement between the University and the College of Pharmacy, dated March 15, 1904.

h. The certificate of Bachelor of Arts for academic record and national service, upon the
recommendation of the Faculty of Columbia College.

i. Such certificates for attendance and academic performance as the University Council
may from time to time approve.

§7. Loan of Collections. The scientific collections of the University shall not be loaned,
in whole or in part, except by permission of the President. The President shall report the
details of every such arrangement at die next meeting of the Trustees.



CHAPTER II

THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL

§20. Membership. The University Council shall consist of
The President of die University
The Provost of the University

The Dean of the Faculties of Political Science, Philosophy, and Pure Science
The Dean of Columbia College
The Dean of the Faculty of Law
The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
The Dean of the Faculty of Engineering
The Dean of the Faculty of Architecture
The Dean of the Faculty of Journalism
The Dean of the Faculty of Business
The Dean of the Faculty of Library Service
The Dean of Barnard College
The Dean of Teachers College
The Dean of the College of Pharmacy

The Dean or Director of the New York School of Social Work
The President of Union Theological Seminary
The Director of the Summer Session



STATUTES 345

The Director of University Extension
The Director of Libraries
The Director of University Admissions

The Director of tlie New York Post-Graduate Medical School
The Chairmen of the Standing Committees on Instruction of the Faculties of Po-
litical Science, Philosophy, and Pure Science, respectively
Four representatives chosen from and by the Faculty of Teachers College
Four representatives chosen from and by the Faculty of Medicine, one of whom

shall be the Associate Dean for Dental and Oral Surgery
Two representatives chosen from and by each of the following:

Faculty of Political Science

Faculty of Philosophy

Faculty of Pure Science

Faculty of Columbia College

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Barnard College

Faculty of Union Theological Seminary
One representative chosen from and by each of the following:

Faculty of Architecture

Faculty of Journalism

Faculty of Business

Faculty of Library Service

Faculty of the College of Pharmacy

Faculty of the New York Post-Graduate Medical School

Faculty of the New York School of Social Work

§21. Term of Office. The term of office of an elected representative in the Council shall
begin on the first day of July next succeeding his election and shall be for three years, except
that elections to fill a vacancy shall be for the unexpired term.

§22. Duties. It shall be the duty of the Council in its advisory capacity:

a. To report to the Trustees its opinion as to any exercise of power proposed by a Faculty
under Section 32.

b. To submit such proposals to the Trustees or to the President or to the several Faculties
as in its judgment may serve to increase the efficiency of University work.

c. To consider any question that may arise as to the conduct or efficiency of any officer of
administration or instruction, and to report thereon to the Trustees through the President.

§23. Powers. The Council, subject to the reserved power of control by the Trustees, shall
have power, and it shall be its duty:

a. Ph.D. and Jtir.Sc.D. Degrees. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculties of
Political Science, Philosophy, Pure Science, and Law, severally, the conditions upon which
the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of the Science of Law Qtiris Scientiae
Doctor) shall be conferred, and to recommend candidates for such degrees.

b. Med.Sc.D. and D.P.H. Degrees. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculty of
Medicine, the conditions upon which the degrees of Doctor of Medical Science and Doctor of
Public Health shall be conferred, and to recommend candidates for such degrees.

c. Ed.D. Degree. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculty of Teachers College,
the conditions upon which the degree of Doctor of Education shall be conferred, and to
recommend candidates for such degree.

d. A.M. Degree. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculties of Political Science,
Philosophy, Pure Science, Teachers College, and Union Theological Seminary, severally, the
conditions upon which the degree of Master of Arts shall be conferred, and to recommend
candidates for such degree.

e. M.S. Degree. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculties of Medicine, Engi-



346 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

ncering, Teachers College, Architecture, Business, Journalism, Library Service, die New York
I'ost-Graduate Medical School, and die New York School of Social Work, severally, the con-
diuons upon which die degree of Master of Science shall be conferred, and to recommend
candidates for such degree.

f. M.B.A. Degree. To prescribe, by concurrent acdon with the Faculty of Business, the
conditions upon which the degree of Master of Business AdministraUon shall be conferred,
and to recommend candidates for such degree.

g. LL.M. Degree. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculty of Law, die condi-
tions upon which the degree of Master of Laws shall be conferred, and to recommend
candidates for such degree.

h. B.S. Degree. To prescribe the conditions upon which the degree of Bachelor of Science
in general studies and in optometry shall be conferred, and to recommend candidates for
such degree.

i. College Courses. To prescribe, by concurrent action with the Faculties of Columbia
College and Barnard College, severally, the extent to which courses offered by other Faculties
and leading to graduate or professional degrees or diplomas shall be included in the programs
of studies of said colleges, and the conditions upon which such courses may be elected by
candidates for a nonprofessional first degree.

j. Barnard College. To prescribe the manner in which the degree of Bachelor of Arts con-
ferred upon graduates of Barnard College shall be maintained at all times as a degree of equal
value with the degree of Bachelor of Arts conferred upon the graduates of Columbia College.

k. Other Institutions. To adopt regulations, subject to approval by the Trustees, providing
for the proper execution, as regards educational matters, of agreements that are now in
existence or that may hereafter be made between the University and such other educational
institutions as are now or may hereafter become afliliated with the University, and to pre-



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