The resignation of Charles M. Stearns as regent of Harvard College was accepted by the Corporation at its last meeting, to take effect September 1, 1910. With the close of Mr. Stearns's tenure of the regency the office will be abolished. In 1901, three years after his graduation from Johns Hopkins, Mr. Stearns came to Harvard as an assistant in English. In 1904, he received his present appointment as instructor in the same department. During the year 1904-05, he acted as chairman of the Parietal Board, giving up this position to accept the regency.
Resignation of Mr. C. M. Stearns
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