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Paul Samuelson, former Junior Fellow and mathematical specialist in the Economics Department, was recently appointed assistant professor of Economics at M. I. T., it was announced yesterday.
Known as one of the top mathematicians in the Economics Department here, Samuelson received his A.B. from the University of Chicago in 1935. In 1936 he was awarded an A.M. here, and the following fall he was named a Junior Fellow for a three year term which expired this September.
Samuelson also received an appointment as Rockefeller Fellow here for specialized study on the mathematical theory of economics.
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