June 1964

Feature

The Big Ferment in Engineering Education

Feature

A Teacher's Real Reward

Article

THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

2627

Feature

The Big Ferment in Engineering Education

Associate Editor, International Science and Technology

2021

Feature

A Teacher's Real Reward

Former Students Have Last Word in Tribute To Eleven Retiring from the Faculty in 1964

3031

Article

THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR

THE grass-green days of spring are here, the enlarged strike zone in its second season, and each afternoon the "thwock" of horsehide on hickory resounds across the green. If you're a senior and can spare the time from the

5051

Class Notes

1920

"June is bustin' out all over" in the words of that good old hit-parade song. It seems a bit strange to be writing this column for the June issue when, hopefully, most all the class will be on hand at the reunion.

5859

Class Notes

1930

Hanover turned on some really good weather for Class Officers' weekend, a welcome relief from the cold wet days we had been having along the Eastern seaboard. There was a full program of events, with a series of messages

6869

Class Notes

1946

A trite phrase to be sure, but once again, and more than ever before, I'm amazed at the way time flies. It is hard to believe that, as residents of Hanover, we wrote the notes for the first column almost a year ago. Now, as I

6061

Class Notes

1933

When I wrote my May notes I was not sure when John Faegre was to be given the Dartmouth Alumni award, although I did know that it was coming. Had I known it would appear in the May issue, I would have commented — as I now do -

5051

Class Notes

1918

FORTY-SIXTH REUNION - IT IS HERE!

5253

Class Notes

1921

Hal and Doris Braman will never forget April 9, 1964, the date of the commissioning of the "Daniel Webster" submarine of which their son-in-law, Cdr. Lloyd S. Smith, USN, is Commanding Officer of the Gold Crew. (The ship has two

7273

Class Notes

1951

20 Windmill I.ane, Arlington 74, Mass.

May1964 July1964