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Applications for a number of all-expense scholarships, as well as many well part expense scholarships, to the Summer School's four-day workshop on "Science in General Education" will be accepted by the School's office until June first.
The workshop is intended for those who teach science courses to students of the humanities or social sciences. Participants will be able to study actual teaching materials used at the University and to consult with teachers who give such courses here and at other institutions.
Among the participants in the discussions will be these non-Harvard teachers: Dr. Rene J. DuBois of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research: Dean Sidney J. French of Colgate; Professor Frederick J. Kilgour '35 of Yale; Professor Paul H. Sears of Oberlin; and C. E. K. Mees of the Eastman-Kodak Company.
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