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Two hundred and thirty graduate students obtained teaching and research positions last year through the College Appointment Office, in collaboration with the various Departments, George H. Chase, Dean of the University, said yesterday.
The number of calls for men from colleges, universities, and other institutions was 481, an increase over the previous year, Dean Chase stated. The 230 placements represented a slight drop from the previous year's figure, probably due to financial difficulties of institutions asking for men, he reported.
New Committee Named
In line with present plans to expand the work of the Appointment Office, the College recently appointed a Committee on Educational Relations to keep the University in touch with other institutions who place teachers and administrative officers.
Henry W. Holmes, professor of Education and Dean of the Graduate School of Education, heads the new committee, while John M. Russell, who takes office next month as assistant to President Conant, is a member.
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