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Appointment of four Education Fellows for the next academic year was announced yesterday by Dean Keppel. The appointments complete the five-man group for the coming year.
The new Fellows, who correspond to the University's Nieman Fellows, are: David K. Bernighausen, librarian and professor of Bibliography at Cooper Union; Angelo Giaudrone, Superintendent of Schools in Eilensburg, Washington; Gordon C. Godbey, assistant at the University of Kentucky; and Calvin E. Gross, registrant at the Thomas Jefferson High School in Los Angeles.
James W. Bushong, Superintendent of Schools in Bend, Oregon, who was appointed to a Fellowship earlier this year, is the fifth member of the group.
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