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Alumnae and former students address list, 1922 by Elmira College.

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Published by The College in Elmira, N.Y .
Written in English


  • Elmira College -- Alumni -- Directories.,
  • Universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- Elmira -- Alumni -- Directories.

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Edition Notes

SeriesElmira College bulletin -- v. 13, No. 10
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. ;
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24194632M

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New York University (NYU) is one of the world's premier residential research and teaching institutions. This partial list of notable New York University alumni includes a sampling of the many graduates who are leaders in their respective fields, non-graduate former students, fictional students, and current students of New York list is abridged—only a representative few are listed. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Addresses made upon the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of Elmira College. June 6, by Elmira College (Book) Alumnae and former students address list, . We’re creating a bridge between the current and former history, and the students are learning a part of their history through this process,” says Richards. Samantha Snodgrass ’18 runs the robust Tumblr blog, posting three to four times per week to keep alumnae and others in the Mount Holyoke community up to date on ASC activities.

Dr. Me-Iung Ting, class of , stopped at nothing when it came to improving the health of women and children in wartime China. At the Mount Holyoke Convocation of Science and Human Values in the fall of , Dr. Me-Iung Ting, class of , was honored by the College for distinguished achievement in her career as a physician and administrator. The citation, presented by President Roswell G. George Bush Drive College Station, TX () Notable alumnae. The Alumnae Association of Smith College considers all former students to be members, whether they graduated or not, and does not generally differentiate between graduates and non-graduates when identifying Smith alumnae. Academia. Jean Harris, , notable for work with female inmates after serving time herself. There is no space here for even a partial list of her publications. She wrote an admirable text book on Analytical Geometry. On Ap , her former students and her many friends and admirers in the mathematical world gathered at Bryn Mawr in honor of her 37th year of teaching.

In , a Homeopathic Hospital (later to be called Metropolitan Hospital) was established by the New York Department of Public Charities and Correction. It was established on Ward’s Island, opposite Manhattan Island, in buildings which formerly housed the Inebriate Asylum of New York City. From the beginning, Metropolitan Hospital has been affiliated with New York [ ]. Smith College is a private women's liberal arts college in Northampton, gh its undergraduate programs are open to women only, its graduate and certificate programs are also open to men. It is the largest member of the Seven is also a member of the Five Colleges Consortium, which allows its students to attend classes at four other Pioneer Valley institutions Campus: Small-town. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated (ΔΣΘ) is a historically African American Greek-lettered organization was founded by college-educated women dedicated to public service with an emphasis on programs that target the African American community. Delta Sigma Theta was founded on Janu , by twenty-two women at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Membership is Founded: Janu ; years ago, Howard . Minutes and correspondence of Alumni Association chapters and various fund raising committees reflect the on-going growth of the college. Student tracking records, c - c, compiled for accreditation and curriculum improvement, provide limited information on the careers of alumnae and former students who went on to other institutions.