January 10, 1936, Page ?
Four New Election
For Teachers Group
Miss Elliot; Mr. McDermott, Mr.
The Association of Instructors, Tutors, and
`Fellows held elections Wednesday to fill the vacancies caused by the
promotion of instructors to assistant professorships. Mr. Charles J.
McDermott of the English department is to become treasurer of the
Association in place of Dr. Frank E. Smith of the Mathematics
department. Miss Dorothy Elliot, clerical assistant in the department
of Education, succeeds Dr. Howard, Selsam of the Philosophy department
a sa [sic] member of the Executive committee; and Mr. Dante A. Negro of
the Romance Language department will represent the association at
Faculty' meetings in place of Dr. Frederick Ewen of the English
department. As. an alternate representative, Mr. Murray Young of the
English department will, succeed Dr. Bernard D. N. Grebanier of.the
Negro, and Mr. Young Selected
For New Positions
The faculty was requested to reconsider the
matter of personality, records, this term the staff has been requested
to fill out personality charts for each student.
A joint meeting of the three associations in
the city colleges will be held Friday evening, January 17 at Hunter
College to discuss action to be taken on the September 1 salary and
promotion schedules which the associations claim are less advantageous
to them than the previous schedules.
The association will hold a luncheon meeting
on Wednesday, February 19.
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