In connection with the Harvard Engineering Camp, Professor T. N. Carver, of the Department of Economics, has decided to spend the summer at Squam Lake, to direct the study of any men who desire to do work in economics during the holidays.
Professor Carver will not conduct any regular classes, but will simply supervise reading and give individual instruction to students. Work done during the summer may count toward the degree with distinction, if approved by the Department of Economics, but will not count toward the degree of A.B.
As at the History Camp, a tuition fee of $20 will probably be charged. A complete library, containing necessary books for the reading will be provided. Students will sleep and board at the Engineering Camp, at the same rates as charged to engineering students.
Further information may be obtained of Professor T. N. Carver, 16 Kirkland road.