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Appointment of eight new faculty members was announced today, as follows:
Burton L. Cushing as lecturer on the Teaching of Physics in the Graduate School of Education for the second half of 1937-38; for one year from September 1, 1937; Maurice J. Knott as assistant in Applied Mechanics in the Graduate School of Engineering; George Saslow, assistant professor of Biology at New York University as instructor in Physiology at the School of Public Health: Christopher Huntington '32 of St. James, Long Island, New York, now teaching at the University of Wisconsin, as instructor in German; Bernard M. Peebles as instructor in Greek and Latin.
Gangens Megaro and Theodore Ropp. as instructors in History; Roger G. Barker as instructor in Psychology.
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