Terman, of Radio Lab, Made Dean at Stanford
Frederick E. Terman, Director of the Harvard Radio Research Laboratory, has been appointed a dean of the Stanford University School of Engineering, according to an announcement by President Donald B. Tresidder on December 26. He will succeed Samuel B. Morris who has resigned to take a Los Angeles civil post.
Dean Terman received an A.B. in Chemical Engineering in 1920, an E.E. in 1922 from Stanford, and a Sc.D. in Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. in 1924. He became an Instructor in Electrical Engineering at Stanford in 1925, assistant professor in '27, associate professor in '30, and has been full professor and executive head of the Electrical Engineering Department since '37.