Technology Review, Volume 21,Masalah 2-4

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Alumni Association, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1919

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Halaman 181 - An Act to provide for the promotion of vocational rehabilitation of persons disabled in industry or otherwise and their return to civil employment", approved June 2, 1920, as amended (USC, title 29, ch.
Halaman 235 - Branscomb is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society...
Halaman 432 - McLean announce that they have formed a partnership for the general practice of law under the firm name of Lombardi & Robertson, with offices in the RA Long Building.
Halaman 164 - ... and submit to the Association, resolutions which will show our appreciaton of the work of EDWARD D. TWEEDELL, who died during the year, and CLEMENT W. ANDREWS, who retired from active library work during the year. The motion was seconded and carried. EXPENSES OF EXECUTIVE BOARD On DR. HILL'S motion, it was Voted, That it is the sense of the Council that one-half the expenses of the members of the Executive Board shall be paid from the ALA treasury if practicable, provided those members do not...
Halaman 261 - Company and has since been engaged in work upon the important improvements in telephone transmission developed recently by the engineers of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and the Western Electric Company.
Halaman 353 - ... to the United States and the countries associated with the United States in the campaigns against the Central Powers.
Halaman 161 - It has been decided that the qualifying examination hitherto required of all candidates shall no longer be held, and scholars will be selected on the basis of their collegiate or university record, supplemented, if necessary, by any further tests that the Committee of Selection may, in their discretion, impose.
Halaman 481 - The spirit and energy of the students, their conspicuous practical knowledge, the thoroughness with which their scientific knowledge is tested in the course of instruction, and the power of adaptation and resource they possess on entering workshops and manufactories, railroads, or mines, public works and constructive engineering — all these fruits of the training of this Institute are, so far as I have seen, not equalled on the Continent. I think these are the qualities we need in England.

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