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6 페이지 - ... to the Academic Department, and soon after to all Departments. The College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts and the School of Mines and Metallurgy were made Departments of the University in 1870 — the School of Mines and Metallurgy being located at Rolla, where it was formally opened November 23, 1871. The Law Department was opened In 1872; the Medical Department In 1873; and the Engineering Department In 1877. The Experiment Station was established, under act of Congress, in 1888. The Missouri...
6 페이지 - Courses of instruction in Academic work were begun on April 14, 1841. A Normal Department was established In 1867, and was opened In September, 1868. In 1869 women were admitted first to the Normal Department, in 1870 to the Academic Department, and soon after to all Departments. The College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts and the School of Mines and Metallurgy were made Departments of the University in 1870 — the School of Mines and Metallurgy being located at Rolla, where it was formally opened...
17 페이지 - The Bureau guarantees no one a position, but tries to help all who apply. Those who desire help of this kind should write to the General Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association before coming to Columbia.
206 페이지 - the interest" on this $6,000 "to be forever used and appropriated under the authority and by the direction of the Board of Curators of the University of the State of Missouri...
7 페이지 - In 1867 the State gave aid for the first time to the University — a sum of $10,000. On January 9, 1892, the Main Building of the University at Columbia was destroyed by flre.
14 페이지 - Faculty should never take place except for undoubtedly good reasons. Changes are often inevitable because of our inability to retain in the service of the University the best qualified teachers. Other more favored institutions, with ample resources at command, take from us our experienced, thoroughly trained men. The loss thus sustained in late years has been incalculable. The retention of valuable men is all-important.
15 페이지 - ... attract the young men of Missouri to the University and prevent them from leaving home to find higher advantages. The salaries paid in our University are low. The stronger Universities all pay larger salaries. If we are to retain our best Professors it is necessary that they should receive somewhat larger salaries. It is idle to say that good men are easy to get. Experience shows that it is very hard to get thoroughly good men. Every time that a good Professor leaves we incur an immense risk...
27 페이지 - ... longer hold the leadership of education in Missouri. It is beyond controversy that when her new buildings are completed Washington University will be ahead of the State University in buildings and equipment. It will also be ahead in annual income apart from tuition. In addition to this it has a very large revenue from tuition fees. The great commonwealth of Missouri should not allow a private institution in one of her cities to excel the University of the entire commonwealth. 12. Departing from...
26 페이지 - Nebraska, 2-3 mill (about 6 2-3 cents a $100). This is the largest tax levied in any state for the maintenance of its University. In Missouri it would yield a revenue in the Biennial period of $1,600,000. 5. University of California (which has besides an endowment of more than five millions), 3-20 mill (1 1-2 cents a $100). Its income from all sources in a Biennial period is not short of $1,000,000. 6. University of Minnesota for maintenance alone (not including buildings), 3-20 mill (1...
12 페이지 - Wisconsin, has been promoted from the rank of instructor to that of assistant professor in economics.

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