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Professor Moore on Leave of Absence

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Professor E. C. Moore, Parkman Professor of Theology, has been granted a half-year's leave of absence by vote of the Corporation. He will leave Cambridge in February, 1912, to study the schools, colleges, and general educational situation in the Ottoman Empire, returning for the academic year 1912-13.

Professor Moore made an extensive trip among the schools and missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in the spring and summer of 1907. From India he went to Hong Kong, China, by way of Colambo and Singapore, remaining in China for over four months. At that time Professor Moore was able to investigate the new educational movement in China and attend the hundredth anniversary of the establishment by Morison of the first Christian Mission in China. Four weeks in Japan and the return trip via Vladivostok, the Trans-Siberian Railroad, and Paris, completed the journey.

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