Dean Bundy announced yesterday the appointment of five assistant professors, effective July 1, 1957.
Appointed in the Economics Department, John Johnston specializes in the application of statistical methods. He graduated from Queen's University, Belfast, in 1947 with a Gold Medallion in Economic Theory.
In chemistry William A. Klemperer '50 is a expert on infra-red spectra. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California. Also appointed was Francis G. A. Stone, who is concerned with inorganic chemistry and molecular structure. He is engaged in research with Eugene G. Rochow, professor of Chemistry.
The Government Department named two assistant professors, Stanley H. Hoffmann and Herbert J. Spiro '50.