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The following nominations for nonresident fellowships for 1898-99 have been ratified. They are all non-resident fellowships.
Rogers Fellowships.Arthur Stoddard Cooley, A. B. magnacum laude (Amherst College) 1891, A. M. (Harvard Univ.) 1893, Ph. D. (Ibid.) 1896; VI. year Graduate School; Thayer Scholar 1893-94, Shattuck Scholar 1894-95, Morgan Fellow 1895-96, Instructor in Greek 1896-97, Rogers Fellow 1897-98 at Athens. To study Classical Philology. Reappointment.
Macy Millmore Skinner, A. B. summa cum laude 1894, A. M. 1895, Ph. D. 1897; IV. year Graduate School; Townsend Scholar 1894-95, University Scholar 1895-96, Shattuck Scholar 1896-97, Assistant in Semitic Languages 1894-97, Rogers Fellow 1897-98 at Strassburg. To study Semitic Languages and History. Reappointment.
Parker Fellowships.Frank Watts Bancroft, S. B. (Univ. of California) 1894, S. M. (Ibid.) 1896, A. M. (Harvard Univ.) 1897; II. year Graduate School; Virginia Barret Gibbs Scholar 1896-97, Morgan Fellow 1897-98. To study Zoology.
Sidney Bradshaw Fay, A. B. magna cum laude 1896, A. M. 1897; II. year Graduate School; Assistant in History 1896-98. To study History.
John Albrecht Walz, A. B. (Northwestern Univ.) 1892, A. M. (Harvard Univ.) 1895, Ph. D. (Ibid.) 1897; IV. year Graduate School; Instructor in German 1895-97, Parker Fellow 1897-98 at Berlin. To study Germanic Language and Literature. Reappointment.
John Andreas Widtsoe, S. B. summa cum laude 1894; Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy in the Utah Agricultural College, also Chemist to the U. S. Agricultural Experiment Station of Utah. To study Chemistry.
John Thornton Kirkland Fellowship.Charles Sumner Griffin, A. B. (Kansas State Univ.) 1894, A. B. (Harvard Univ.) 1895, A. M. (Ibid.) 1896; III. year Graduate School; University Scholar 1895-96, Assistant in Economics 1896-98. To study Economics.
James Walker Fellowship.Arthur Oncken Lovejoy, A. B. (Univ. of California) 1895, A. M. (Harvard Univ.) 1897; III. year Graduate School; Scholar of the Harvard Club of San Francisco 1985-96, University Scholar 1897-98. To study Philosophy. To have leave to study abroad.
Robert Treat Paine Fellowship of Social Science.John Edward George, Ph. D. (Northwestern Univ.) 1897; II. year Graduate School; Scholar of the Harvard Club of Chicago 1896-97, Robert Treat Paine (Resident) Fellow 1897-98. To study the Ethical Problems of Society. Reappointment. To have leave to study abroad.
John Harvard Fellowship.George Rapall Noyes, A. B. 1894, A. M. 1895; Savage Scholar 1896-97, Thayer Scholar 1897-98. To study Slavic Languages. To have leave to study abroad.
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