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PROFESSOR BIXLER TO GIVE INGERSOLL LECTURE IN APRIL

H. B. Bigelow '01 is Made Professor of Zoology--Goldschmidt to Remain for the Rest of the Academic Year

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The election of H. B. Bigelow '01, long connected with the Museum of Comparative Zoology and author of numerous treatises of Zoology and Oceanography, as professor of Zoology has been announced at University Hall.

At the same time C. G. Mixter, connected with the teaching staff of the Medical School since 1913, was appointed assistant professor of Surgery.

Other votes of the Corporation were also made public.

Professor J. S. Bixler, Chairman of the Department of Religion and Biblical Literature at Smith College, will give the Ingersoll Lecture on the Immortality of Man, on April 7, 1931. He is Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature on the Charles N. Clark Foundation.

F. P. Magoun, Jr. '16, assistant professor of English was announced as Exchange Professor to France for the first half of 1931-1932, and W. E. Hocking '01. Alford Professor of Natural Religion. Moral Philosophy and Civil Polity, will be on leave of absence during the academic year 1931-1932.

Adolph Goldschmidt, previously, announced as coming to the University for the first half of the current academic year as Kuno Francke Professor of German Art and Culture will remain throughout the second half year.

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