1955-07-13 50 New Faculty Members OK'd by SIU Board
Ftp Turt 50 New Faculty Sr, Members OK'd n Bv SIU Board More than 50 faeultv appointments were approed by the South ern Illinois University Board of Tr uiees Tuesday in Carbondale. Manv of the appointments were But Or replacements for temporary posi- Nrec rions hi led to meet i sudden enrollment jump this vear. The appointments are designed to handle an enrollment expected to he 5,-500 this fall and 6,500 by 1956. A. zoology department chairman, health education chairman, and a new director ot the Vocational but others think ducc nt . i .:11V. echnical Institute are among thej r 1Q-r fl l ed the sitv iiomia Radiation Laboratory, aHto'clamp Msunt professor at the University 1 allege appointees approved by the Board. Harvcv Irvin Fisher will, come to the zoology department in September from the University of Illinois. He was formerly radiation bi-jolotist w ith the Universitv of Cal- ot at Hawaii and exchange prof essor j the Universit' of Nebraska. j 66. New Health chairman is Don-i aid Bovdston. who has been sen-1 of in" as a teacner and administrator j row n at the Universitv of Mississippi. A native of Ft. Worth, Texas, he j in holds degrees from Oklahoma A I and M and Columbia University, jent. where he was awarded his doctor-j should ate. vjjiis The new MI head is K c i t h ' Humble who takes over the post j left vacant bv the resignation of; K lohn Adams. A native of Okla homa. he has taught previously at! the Unimsit;-s ff Missouri and MliiMns . Ravmond J. Pool, fonmrlv luad of the Department o Botany at the University ol Nebraska and direc-j tor of the Nebraska State Botany ac-Suney, will be lecturer and visit- itkvn ing professor of botanv. t Ralph Dale Svvick was named jwttk profesjr of business administra-'centimeters. gov-tion, replacing Cuv W. Trump, now dean of the U. S. Maritime j ex. Accdemv. Swick, once an account-! anti ant in private industry, is an asso-1 cure professor at Indiana Univer- Eli total million for 24 free and 1 hiee associate piolesors appointed by the board are Donald C. Hi'leman, in journalism, John H. Erickson, in industrial education, and Joseph F. Bumside, Jr., in agriculture.