■ ~yyy Shown are 19 of <h» n persons who joined (he kcatty-
Jamieff College M week. Left to ri<W: Dr. Frank stand, ilfire. Virginia Tuoker, Mieem
gl r UtB * M ‘ Fnmm Greens, Marvin Mood, Mira /•*» Fhppan. Mrs. An.
•Me M. WObeme, Mira EMe Andrews, Mrs. Neds Boyers, Mrs. libbto Lofton, Dr. Marlow
MeAvMra. Teemrn Reid, Mrs. Carrie Shuto, Mines Miidwd /acksan, Pamela M. Chapman. Bar.
A Knighton Stanley, Jmam ft Griffin, md Dr. Anna Chandapillai .
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Returning To Their Respective Schools
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KNOXVILLE, Ttoa. The first
titled pbcwaeot director of Knox
rille Collefe |e swore sever faculty
artrtkhms or replacements t— «■■—■
ed last week, sad ell have studied
to the level of or beyond fee mas
ter's degree. President Dr. James
A. Colston said. “This is another
step in Knoxville College 1 * overall
Ezell Pittman, new placement di
rector, has a BS degree in sociology
from A. & M. University and a MA.
degree In guidance from Teachers
College. Columbia University, the
native of Csttendala. Ha, was a
personnel specialist during his U. S.
Army career. Be has also worked
in his field at Oakland City Col
lege, Oakland, Calif, and at TCCU.
Others named include Tren
ton Cooper, from Hope, Ark,
assistant prsterner of mathe
matics and physic*; Tong Hyah
ter to business; Miss Anno U
Neils, from Leland. Mice, to
etruetor In English; Mbs Bar.
ban Jean Janes, from'Atlanta,
Ga, Instructor to reefing; Al
bert K. Wong, from Chungsfctr,
China, assistant prsfssssr es
nitllcffiii!c£, and SUsf Mftry
Carolyn Carrie, from New Turk
City. Instructor to organ and
Cooper has a BS in mathematics
from Arkansas A. M. and N. Col
lege. MS to natural science from
Oklahoma Stata University, and
MPH to environmental health from
the University of Minnesota. The
WW XI U. S. Navy veteran has
taught at Southern University and
tha University of Minnesota, and at
three high schools-
Kim completed requirements tor
the BA in statistics and mathe
matics from the University of Min
nesota to three years. He has a
MBA degree from Atlanta Univer
sity and MS and Ph. D. degrees
pending at the University of Min
nesota. As the authors' assistant ha
solved all of the problems in the
text titled “fundamental Statis
tics for Business and Economic*”
by Neter and Wassarman.
He baa also applied his profes
sional knowledge to tha classroom
and to business.
Mbs Nolb did her undergradu
ate work to English and Spanish at
Knoxville Collage and graduate
work in English and reading at At
lanta University. Bbe was an as
sistant teacher of English at KnOo
ville College during the second se
mester of 1903. She waa also an as
sistant leading teaehar at Atlanta
University and Mania Brawn Cel-
Mbs Jones holds toe BS from
Spshnaa College and MA trap At
lanta University, tha latter toe at
tended on a Lilly ftoadstton grant
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M. N. S. Altoona Stole university.
XL a North Carolina College at
Durham Kteg Virgil Cbesto Jr,
toatoasl*CkSo!iato IlUnois. A. B.
Bates CoUms, Xt A. University of
Chicago. J.D, University of Chicago
Law School; I-Nan OBatatt Liu
Chu. circulation librarian and in
truder, Taipei Tirana, China. B. 8,
National Taiwan University. B L.S.
Pratt batituto tow Torkt James
Arthur Croaeh. toatructor tabus!,
nam. B. S. and XL S, North Cbro*
Ena College. . .
Jesus Daniel Ihrtaa, fwtow of
history and sodal srtsooao Cttum*
hia. Sooth Carolina. & L. & Havana
Institute, Cuba; Sc. S. D, Univer
sity es Havana. LL D, University
of Havana; Mrs. Ura High Joaan
She has also served as reeserah as
sistant at Atlanta University and In
structor at Miles College.
Wong, a replacement tomato*-
mattes, has a BS degree from Na
tional Taiwan University, MB de
gree fmn Atlanta University, and
dona advanced work at Maw York
University. Ha has. taught at At
lanta University, mend’s Seminary,
and Owen College.
Miss Currie has aBS degree tram
Obsrlin College and a matter of
sacred music degree from Union
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University of Kansas, XL XL Uni
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Jr, assistant professor of biology,
Raleigh. B. S. North Carolina Col
lege at Durham. XL 8. North Caro
lina College at Durham, further
study Unbaralty at North Carolina;
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