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A COURSE IN PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS. — W. S.

Franklin

THE TEACHING OF ELEMENTARY MECHANICS.-W. S. Franklin

and Barry MacNutt.

JOINT DISCUSSION

ADDRESSES OF WELCOME AT THE DINNER.-J. M. Henderson and

Worcester R. Warner..

THE RELATION OF THE ENGINEERING SCHOOLS TO POLYTECHNIC

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION.—Dugald C. Jackson....

DISCUSSION

THE COOPERATIVE COURSE IN ENGINEERING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF

CINCINNATI.—Herman Schneider........

THE COOPERATIVE ENGINEERING COURSE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF

CINCINNATI FROM THE MANUFACTURERS' STANDPOINT.

Charles S. Gingrich..

JOINT DISCUSSION

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION.-Calvin

M. Woodward and Arthur L. Williston..

THE STUDENT APPRENTICESHIP SYSTEM FROM A MANUFACTURER'S

STANDPOINT.-A. G. Wessling...

THE SPECIAL APPRENTICESHIP COURSE.—Charles E. Downton...

THE ENGINEERING COLLEGE AND THE ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING

COMPANY.—Charles F. Scott...

JOINT DISCUSSION

EDUCATION FOR INDUSTRIAL WORKERS.-Arthur D. Dean.

COURSES IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING.—Hugo Diemer...

SOME CLASSROOM EXPERIMENTS IN MECHANICS.—James E. Boyd

SOME QUESTIONS RELATING TO THE COURSE IN MECHANICS.-

Edward R. Maurer...

THE TEACHING OF APPLIED MECHANICS TO ENGINEERING STU-

DENTS.-Walter Rautenstrauch

JOINT DISCUSSION

THE ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION AT IOWA STATE COLLEGE.

-George W. Bissell........

THE ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF

ILLINOIS.-L. P. Breckenridge..

JOINT DISCUSSION

LOOSE-LEAF NOTES FOR LABORATORY USE.—Charles H. Benjamin

DISCUSSION

THE TEACHING OF ELEMENTARY MACHINE DESIGN.-J. D. Hoff-

man

DISCUSSION

SOME EXAMINATION DATA.-R. D. Bohannan.

THE TECHNICAL AND PEDAGOGIC VALUES OF EXAMINATIONS.-

Henry H. Norris.

JOINT DISCUSSION

605

609
ON JAMES ROWLAND WILLETT.-N. Clifford Ricker and

OFFICERS

OF THE

Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education

1907-1908

PRESIDENT CHARLES S. HOWE, Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio.

VICE-PRESIDENTS CLARENCE A. WALDO, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. WILLIAM G. RAYMOND, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

SECRETARY
ARTHUR L. WILLISTON, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.

TREASURER
WILLIAM O. WILEY, 43 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y.

STANDING COMMITTEES
On Entrance Requirements for Engineering Colleges

J. J. FLATHER, Chairman,
J. P. JACKSON, MANSFIELD MERRIMAN, C. D. Marx, F. W. MONAIR,

F. 0. MABVIN, J. C. NAGLE, R. B. OWENS, W. D. PENCE.

On Statistics of Engineering Education
W. T. MAGBUDER, Chairman, L. E. REBER, A. N. TALBOT,

H. W. TYLER, The President and the Secretary.

On Industrial Education C. M. WOODWARD, Chairman, HENRY T. EDDY, EDGAR MARBURG,

G. F. SWAIN, G. A. GOODENOUGH, A. L. WILLISTON.

On Technical Books for Libraries
A. H. FORD, Chairman, H. K. VEDDER, H. 0. HOFMAN,
W. H. KAVANAUGH, JAMES FISHER, JR., J. H. HAWES.

ELECTIVE MEMBERS

Terms of Office Expire in 1908
VICTOR C. ALDERSON, Colorado School of Mines,
FBANCIS C. CALDWELL, Ohio State University,
ARTHUR H. FORD, Iowa State University,
HENBY S. MUNBOE, Columbia University,
FREDERICK W. SPERR, Michigan College of Mines,
H. P. TALBOT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

ABTHUB L. WILLISTON, Pratt Institute.

Terms of Office Expire in 1909
MILO S. KETCHUM, University of Colorado,
JOHN F. HAYFORD, Coast and Geodetic Survey,
HENBY H. NORBIS, Cornell University,
CHABLES F. BUBGES8, University of Wisconsin,
JOSEPH A. THALER, Montana College of Agriculture and

Mechanic Arts,
ARTHUR M. GREENE, JR., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

THOMAS W. PALMER, Alabama Girls' Industrial School.

Terms of Office Expire in 1910
FRED W. ATKINSON, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn,
MORTIMER E. COOLEY, University of Michigan,
WILLIAM S. FRANKLIN, Lehigh University,
WILLIAM KENT, Syracuse University,
WALTER B. RUSSELL, New York Central Railroad Company,
CHARLES F. SCOTT, Westinghouse Electric and Manufactur-

ing Company,
HAROLD B. SMITH, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

MEMBERS EX-OFFIOIIS
GEORGE F. SWAIN,

MANSFIELD MERRIMAN, HENBY T. EDDY,

THOMAS C. MENDENHALL, IBA O. BAKER,

FRANK 0. MARVIN, ROBERT FLETCHER,

CALVIN M. WOODWARD, C. FRANK ALLEN

FRED W. McNAIR, CHARLES L. CRANDALL,

DUGALD C. JACKSON, CHARLES S. HOWE,

CLARENCE A. WALDO,
WILLIAM G. RAYMOND,

ARTHUR L. WILLISTON,
WILLIAM O. WILEY.

LIST OF MEMBERS.

NAME AND ADDRESS.

TITLE.

DATE OF
MEMBERSHIP. |

ABBOTT, FREDERICK B....... Columbia University

1904 482 7th St.,

Brooklyn, N. Y.
ADAMS, CHARLES L..... Associate Professor of Drawing and
Boston, Mass.

Descriptive Geometry, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology...

1904
Adams, COMFORT A., JR. .. Professor of Electrical Engineering,
Cambridge, Mass.
Harvard University ...

1894 ALDEBSON, VICTOR C. President, Colorado School of Mines.. 1900

Golden, Colo.
ALDRICH, WILLIAM S. Director, Clarkson School of Tech-
Potsdam, N. Y.
nology

1893 ALLEN, C. FRANK..

Professor of Railroad Engineering,
Boston, Mass.

Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy

1893 ALLEN, CHARLES M.

Professor of Experimental Engineer10 Dean St.,

ing, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 1903 Worcester, Mass. ALLEN, JOHN R..

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 226 South Ingalls St., University of Michigan..

1907 Ann Arbor, Mich. ANDERSON, DOUGLAS S... ... Associate Professor of Electrical En

New Orleans, La. gineering, Tulane University.. 1900 ANDERSON, F. Paul.. Dean of the School of Mechanical and Lexington, Ky.

Electrical Engineering, Professor of
Mechanical Engineering, State Col.
lege of Kentucky.....

1894 ANTHONY, GARDNEB C. ..... Professor of Technical Drawing and Tufts College, Mass. Dean of the Department of Engineering, Tufts College.....

1896 ANTHONY, WILLIAM A. Professor of Physics and Electricity

1427 Madison Ave., and Director of Physical Labora-
New York, N. Y. tory, Cooper Union for the Advance-
ment of Science and Art....

1907 ARNOLD, BIOn J.

Consulting Electrical Engineer,
Chicago, Ill.
1539 Marquette Building..

1896

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