Four educators will discuss careers in the fields of learning in the Eliot House Dining Hall at 8 p.m. tonight. The conference is the seventh in a series of discussions to help students plan their future professions.
John U. Monro '35, assistant to the Provost and counsellor for Veterans, will lead the panel. Monro will emphasize the advantages of planning early for a career in education, and the qualifications for college and university administration posts.
The other speakers will be William Jansen, Superintendent of Schools of the City of New York; Donald H. Morrison, Dean of the Faculty and professor of Government at Dartmouth College; and John Sindall, Principal of Browne and Nichols School in Cambridge.