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THE


UNIVERSITY


RECORD


of the


UNIVERSITY


OF


FLORIDA


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The Record comprises:

The Report of the President to the Board of Control, the announcements


of special courses of instruction, and reports of the


University Officers.


These bulletins will be sent gratuitously to all persons who apply for them.


applicant
Address-


should


specifically


state


which


bulletin


or what


information


is desired.


THE


REGISTRAR,


University


of Florida


Gainesville, Florida



























































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FOREWORD


The high


standing that


the College


Engineering


Uni-


versity


Florida


holds


among


engineering


educators


throughout


country


is a source


gratification


me.


There


are several


reasons


why


College


Engineering


achieved


that


standing.


instructional


departments


are accredited


the official


engineering


accrediting


agencies.


curricula in the several branches of


engineering are modern, broad,


well


balanced.


laboratories


are well


equipped


with


machines


work


industry,


institutions


war


special I
civilians
through
neering


instruments


engineering.


in private


higher


effort


educational
in many


needed


graduates


practice
learning.


accelerating


work


parts


the confidential


Industrial


Army
e State


war research


Experiment


instructional


have


made


as graduate


its
and
fo]


played
regular
Navy


r


excellent
students


research
records


an important


program,
personnel


important


projects in the


war


other
part


offering


, training
jobs, and


Florida Engi-


Station.


The College is now participating in the rehabilitation of veterans


through


operation
aides.


its regular


with


program
University


engineering


College,


education,


training


and,


in co-


technical


I feel c
opportunity
with the fac


confidentt
afforded


that
by


people
bulletin


cilities available


on the campus of their own State


Florida


to become


engineering
University.


will v
better


education


welcome


acquainted
d research


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CONTENTS


PAGE


F orew ord .................................... ....... ....


State


Board


of Education,


Board


Control,


Administrative


Officers


Faculty of the College of Engineering


Future


Prospects


High School


Prep


for Engineers ......................
aration for Engineering Study


University


of Florida


System


of Engineering


Education


Postgraduate


Special


Study


Courses for


in Engineering


Veterans


What Has the College Done in the
Wartime Activities of the College


P ast? .......................................................................
-.. . . .. .. .. .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .


Florida


Industries


Cooperative


Organization


College


Courses of Study


Chemical


Civil


Engineering


Engineering


Public


Health


Engineering


Option


Electrical Engineering


Power


Field


Communications


(Radio


Electronics)


Option


Industrial Engineering ........


Mechanical


Engineering


Aeronautical


Option


Typical Florida Industries Employing Graduates of the College of Engineering,
Between Pages 38 and 39


The Florida


Engineering and Industrial


Experiment


Station


Student Societies and Activities


Professional


Societies


Sigma


Phi Kappa


Engineers' Field


Military


and Ball


Training


Florida Union
Athletics ....


Social


Student


Fraternities


Government


The Honor System


Student
Florida


Publications


Players


Living Accommodations and Expenses


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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION


MILLARD


CALDW ELL ..... ... ... ..... ... ........... ..... .... ................. ......................... G governor


R. A.


GRAY ................. ................... .-......... ..............


..................................... Secretary


State


J. EDWIN


J. TOM
COLIN


LARSON ................. ................. ......... .......... ............. ......... State


WATSON
ENGLISH,


Secretary .....................


.....State


Superintendent


........Attorn
of Public


Treasurer
ey General
Instruction


BOARD OF CONTROL


THOMAS


GURNEY,


(Mississippi) ;
Orlando,


LL.B. (Cumberland) ..........Attorney-at-Law
Florida


Chairman of the Board


THOMAS


BRYANT, B.S., LL.B.


(Florida) ..................... ................ ........ Attorney- at-Law


Lakeland,


Florida


B. JORDON- .................. .............................. ...-........... ............... .......... ........ .............. Banrkler
Quincy, Florida


HENSON


MARKHIAM, A.B., J.D.


(Florida) ........................ ................... .........Attorney-at-Law


Jacksonville, Florida


LUTHER


MERSHON,


LL.B.


(Florida) ...... .........-.................... ............... .Attorney-at-Law


Miami, Florida


JOHN


T. DIAMOND ............... ...- .........Secretary


of the Board of Control


Tallahassee, Florida


BLANDING .... ...........-.. ............. auditor for the


Board


Control


Gainesville, Florida


ADMINISTRATIVE


OFFICERS


JOHN


JAMES


TIGERT, M.A.


(Oxon.), LL.D.,


Ed.D.,


D.C.L.,


D.Litt


L.H.D.


President of the University
ROBERT COLDER BEATY, M.A .............. ... ................ .........-......- .............Dean of Students


RICHARD SADLER JOHNSON,


B.S. P .--.........-...... ................... .................. ................. .... ..Registrar


WINSTON


WOODARD


LITTLE,


M.......... A ........................ .......... Dean


of University


College


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FACULTY


CHEMICAL


ENGINEERING


WALTER H. BEISLER,
RALPH A. MORGEN,
Assistant Directo


How
RANI
ROB]
SEYn
A. L
BRU(
MAC


WIL]


D.Sc. (Princeton), Head Professor of C
Ph.D. (California), Professor of Che
Ir, Engineering and Industrial Experim,


ARD N. CALDERWOOD, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Researci
DOLPH C. SPECHT, B.S.Ch.E., Research Engineer
ERT D. WALKER, JR., B.S., Research Engineer
lOUR S. BLOCK, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Asso4
. KIMMEL, M.Ch.E., (Louisville), Associate Researc
CE W. THORNGATE, B.S., Associate Research Enginw
K TYNER, Ph.D. (Cincinnati), Associate Professor
and Associate Research Engineer
LIAM D. MAY, B.S., M.S., Associate Research Eng


h Eng


ciate
h En
eer


chemicall Engineerir
:mical Engineering
ent Station
rineer


Research


Engineer


glneer


of Chemical


CIVIL


ENGINEERING


PERCY
C. D.
EARLE
DAVID
GERAL
*WILL


L


. REED,


WILLIAMS, B.S. (T
B. PHELPS, B.S.,
L. EMERSON, B.S.,
D M. KEITH, S.B.,
IAM L. SAWYER, B.


Head


ennessee),
Research
M.S.,, Ass
M.S., C.E.
S., M.E., i


Professor of Civil Engineerin


E


A


(Retired)


Acting Head Professor of Civil Engineering
engineer (Temporary)
)ciate Research Engineer
Acting Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
associate Professor of Civil Engineering


_I-,


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


PALMER H. CRAIG
Engineering
RALPH E. CARRO
PAUL M. TEDDER,
JOHN W. WILSO


STEPHEN
EDWARD


G,
an
LL,


P. SASHO
'. SMITH,


T. MANCHESIAN.


Ph.D. (University c
d Supervisor War I
Research Engineer


B.S.E.E.,
B.S.E.E.,
FF, E.E.,
B.S.E.E.
,M.S. (C


Research


,f Cincinnati), Head
Research Laboratory


Professor


of Electrical


Engineer


M.S., Associat
M.E., Associate
, E.E.. Associat


:alifornia)


e


e


Actir


Professor of Electrical Engineerin
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Professor of Electrical Engineerin
ig Assistant Professor of Electrical


gineering


PHILIP O. YEATON,
SILAS K. ESHLEMAN,
Engineering
ROBERT G. BEASLEY.


B.S.,
M.A

B.S.


INDUSTRIAL


ENGINEERING


S.B., Head Professor of
., S.M., M.E., E.E., J.D.,


E.E.,


Acting Assistant


Industrial
Associate


Professor


Engineerin
Professor


of Industrial


Industrial


Engineering


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


NEWTON C. EBAUGH, B.E.
Engineering
WILLIAM W. FINEREN, M.,
EDGAR S. WALKER, Colon(


in M. and E.E., M.E., M.S.,


Professor
U. S. Am


ay


Head Professor of Mechanical


of Mechanical Engineering (Ret:
(Retired), B.S., U. S. Military


ired)
Academy,


Professor of Drawing (Retired)


;ineer


Engineering


g


ng


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Engineering


Education


the


University


Florida


There has


never


been


a time


history


our


country


when


neec
the
the
torn


time


engineers
of World


American
world.


was
War


Engineer


so great


played


a


He has been busy in


and
both
vital
the


supply
home


part


so meager as
id the fighting


bringing


field, factories, and


peace


during
fronts
a war-


in laboratories


designing


guns,


tanks,


building


shells,


camp


rockets,


sites,


radar


landing


fields,


equipment


aeroplanes,
hundreds o


ships,
other


military


items


so essential


in modern


warfare.


many


great challenge to
University of Flo


problems


the engineer.


rida


been


post-war
That the


ever


mind


period


College of
ful of the


present


Engineering


trend


another


at the


events


evident


from
fields


its past


record


engineering


achievement,


education


its present


high


research,


standing


progressive


plans


future.


Engineering Building.


Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Departments


and Administrative Offices of


the College.










FUTURE


PROSPECTS


FOR


ENGINEERS


There always has been a greater


lege
Even
many


Engineering


during


dark


seniors


University


days


received


demand for


Florida


depression,


employment


offers


graduates than


been


beginning


well


able


about


Col-


to fill.


1930,


advance


graduation


day.


During


war,


Selective


Service


reduced


enroll-


ment


colleges


their


male


college


throughout


normal


students
country


numbers.


to such


a great


are graduating


Several


years


must


extent


only
pass


that


a small
before


engineering
percentage
engineering


college


graduates


return


pre-war


figures.


is quite


evident,


therefore, that the present serious short


will
from


continue for some time.


manufacture


Industry will


implements


of young engineering graduates


need
war t4


engineers in


o the


converting


production


frigerators,


civilian


radios,


washing


commodities


machines,


have


been


automobiles,


market


many


many


other
years.


Engineers


civilian
plastics,


tion,


will


goods
nylon,


public


also


based


et cetera.


utilities


demand
synthetic
Housing
river and


rubber,


projects,
harbor i


production
aluminum


road


new


types


magnesium,


bridge


improvements


construc-


are examples


Benton


Hall.


Chemical and


Electrical Engineering


Departments.


1










many


other


types


engineering


work


that


will


become


very


active


post war years.


HIGH


SCHOOL


PREPARATION


FOR


ENGINEERING


STUDY


Mathematics, physics, chemistry, drawing and


English are the founda-


stones


on which


professional


courses


in engineering


are based.


High school students


sider


making


engineering
possible in


who


engineering


college


mathematics


well


their


should
Sand 1


in those
career.


secure


subjects,
Students


as much


physical


high


therefore,
expecting


school


sciences.


may


con-


study


training as
enjoy those


subjects


are interested


how


things


are made


what


makes


them work, it is an indication that you may have aptitude for engineering.


THE


UNIVERSITY


OF


FLORIDA


SYSTEM


OF


ENGINEERING


EDUCATION


College


only
also


premise
master


have


which
work i
garded


Engineering


well


technical


a working


govern


educated


aspects


knowledge


civilization.
liberalization


as essential


This


College


engineering


throughout


nation.


e University
professional


of his


Florida


engineer


profession,


social


works


should


should
factors


economic


some


education


was,


which


pioneering


is now


therefore,


neces-


sary for us to modify


our curricula to bring them in line with


the recom-


mendations


Engineers'


Council


Professional


Development


Society


neers be given


proper


place


Promotion


such scope of knowledge


modern


world


Engineering


as to
make


enable


Education


them


satisfactory


that


to take
contacts


engi-
their
with


men in other professions.


At the


University of Florida,


with its Colleges


Arts


Law


tunities


Sciences,
Schools


are afforded


Business


Administration,


Pharmacy,


Architecture


engineering


student


Agriculture,


Forestry,


to become


Education,


oppor-


acquainted


with,


to discuss


problems


with


students


specializing


n many


other


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an advanced


(professional)


phase,


taken


after


is registered


College


no high


school


Engineering.
deficiencies


Those


students


mathematics


good


ability


physical


who


have


sciences


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Laboratory.
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John F


Seagle Building.


Some of the Electronics work of the College


is done is


building.


may


expect


to graduate


in four


years.


Other


students


must


expect


spend additional


time on


their


studies


extendin


Drogram


J I


one


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matics.


During the


first two


years he will take


three


"American


lish";


e University
Institutions":


C-5,


satisfactory co.
dent is eligible


cate.


"The


College
C-3, "I


Humanities.


mpletion


courses,
Freshman


Upon


work,


C-1,
Eng-
Lthe
stu-


an Associate of Arts Certifi-


The mere presentation of such a certificate


will not secure entrance for him into the College


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Engineering-the


University


College


student's


must


ficiency in mathematics,


pre-requisite
is accepted.


work


show
physics,


professional


junior


record


reasonable


the
pro-


chemistry, and
subjects before


senior


years


constitutes the advanced (professional) phase.


The courses required depend


field


engineering


student


selects.


Bachelor


degrees


are given
neering.


in chemical,


Students


may


civil


, electrical,


secure


industrial


specialization


mechanical


aeronautics;


engi-


heating,


ventilation and air conditioning;


radio and


electronics


or public health.


Every


effort


made


encourage


student


develop


initiative,


ingenuity,


sound


judgment,


leadership


ability


express


himself


accurately,


clearly,


convincingly-orally


writing.


The


engi-


neering


method


assembling facts,


judging their


values,
ered
using
results
tion.


building
material,
judgment


a final


continually


logical


is an essential


Students


laboratory


own


choice


par


are urged


facilities


SI


addition


ments.


The
selected


faculty


for their


consists


profess


assembly


from


gath-


y testing the results,
illy presenting the final
t of engineering educa-
to use the library and
special projects of their
o the required assign-


If men who have been
ional training and ex- I,


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their teaching ability.


Many members of the


faculty serve as consultants


for industries in the state and are active in national and state professional


societies.


Classes


are kept


small


to permit


close


personal


contact


tween the student and his instructors.


The


practical


cooperative


experience


plan


enables


in Florida


students
industries


selecting


earn


plan


at least


secure


part


money


needed


to defray


their


college


expenses.


The


additional


Florida


Engineering


Industrial


opportunities for the student to


Experiment


Station


become acquainted


with


offers
prob-


lems


pertaining


Florida


resources


industries


take


active


part in


solving them.


POSTGRADUATE


STUDY


ENGINEERING


For many years the College has


degree


Master


been


Science


offering


graduate


Engineering.


work


Students


leading
whose


scholastic averages are considerably


above average are urged


to continue


their


studies


degree.


College


is now


contemplating


expansion


Florida


its graduate
Engineering


program witr
and Industrial


cooperation


Experiment


staff


Station.


Financial


assistance


in the


form


graduate scholarships, assistantships and
fellowships can be secured by worthy stu-


dents
these


pursing


are


graduate


outright


work.


grants


Some


while


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others


require


student


spend


part


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his time on duties in the department of


his specialization.


These duties


may


consist


of helping


with


laboratory


instruction,


grading


papers,


or serving


as assistants


to research


engineers.


SPECIAL


COURSES


FOR


VETERANS


The College of Engineering is endeavoring to serve returning veterans


three


educational


categories:


(1) T
prepared
Electrical,


through


its regular


entrance


Industrial,


into
and


degree


granting


professional


Mechanical


program,
fields of


graduate


Chemical


, Civil,


Engineering.


Through


nical
school


nature


special


are offered


education,


regular


persons
in many
given in


proceed


four-year


to qualify


fields.


curricula


veterans


various
These
aides a


who


curricula.


as technical


The


the subject


veteran
with self


program


matter


will


education in


terminal


year
having


reasons
special
associated


is prepared


required


a position


so that


to qualify


to read


an engineering


courses


equivalent


are unable


curricula
with en


to en


should
gineering


a foundation


as a technical


technical


a tech-
a high
roll in


enable
work


will


aide


literature


direction.


Upon


completion


years


work


a student


eligible


receive a certificate of


Associate of


Applied


Sciences.


Vocational


courses


than


college


grade


are contemplated


through the University's Institute.


Laboratories, as well as staff members,


College


Engineering


are used


give


special


courses


so that


those veterans who may not be able to qualify for college level work can


secure vocational


training in


technical


fields.










WHAT


The


HAS


College


THE


COLLEGE


Engineering


DONE


been


rendering


THE


PAST?


increasingly


great


more


diversified


service


to the


State


Nation


ever


since


first degrees in engineering were granted by the


University


Florida


1911.


with


dustrial


ur graduates
practically a
developments


have been


prominently identi-


the engineering


Florida.


Highway


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of the


Union and in many


graduates


hold


foreign


responsible


lands,


positions


University


design,


of Florida


construction,


engineer-


oper-


ation and management of a large variety of industries including petroleum,


plastics,
electrical


rubber,


metals


mechanical


alloys,


radio,


instruments


electronics,
machinery.


television,


WARTIME


ACTIVITIES


OF


THE


COLLEGE


Even


called
early


before


upon


war


serve


was


our


as 1939 under


declared
Armed


Civilian


College


Forces.


Pilot


Pilot


Training


Engineering


training


Program.


was


been


given


At about


same time special training classes of both an elementary and an advanced


Testing a direction finding unit developed by the University of Florida
for the Sifnal Corns for locating storms in various theaters of war.


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in essential


gram by


industries.


operating on a


The


College


Engineering


twelve months basis so


accelerated


that students


could


pro-
com-


plete


in war


their


education


industries,


in the


qualify
shortest


commissions,


period


time.


or for


The


employment


University


published
Services <


a booklet,


obtainable


University


from


Florida


Registrar,


which


entitled


are described


"Wartime


several


important educational activities in


which the College of Engineering took


an active part.


gram,
(CAA)


(CPT)


Included


the Civil Aeronautics


Engineering,


are the Civilian
Administration


Science


Pil


Var


Management


ot Training Pro-
Training Service


War


Training


Program


(ESMWT)


which


were administered


by the


College,


Army


Specialized Training Program


(ASTP)


of which


the advanced


phase


was


limited to


professional


work in


chemical, civil,


electrical


and mechanical


engineering,


research


projects


Florida


Engineering


dustrial Experiment Station.


Under the


struction


was


CPT
given


program


basic


to qualified


flight


civilians,


training


while


ground


CAA


school


program


was


designed to train men in the Army


Corps


total


to become


men


programs


glider


pilots,


completed


them


and Navy


liaison


their


were


Air Corps Enlisted Reserve


pilots


traniing


active


courses
military


flight
under


service


instructors.


CPT-CAA


shortly


after


country


entered


war.


ESMWT


civilian


life,


program


was


commissioned


in essential industries and in


designed
officers,


the armed


train


specific


forces.


The


men


women


technical
program


positions
was spon-


scored al
offered
preparer


mately


financed


were of
d the o


actual
10,000


Office


college or


outlines


teaching


was


post-graduate


supervised


done


Education


level.


Members


instruction,


specialists


while


industry.


Florida citizens, including 2,500 women,


ne courses
;he faculty
almost all
Approxi-


enrolled


these


courses,


which were given in nearly all


of the


larger cities and industrial


areas of the State.


Some idea of the scope of the program can be gained


from


following


partial


subjects


offered:


Engineering


drawing,


radio


communications,


ultra-high


frequency


techniques


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was considerably


streamlined so


the trainees could


returned


to active


duty


as quickly


as possible.


Research


periment
Nation's


I, 1 1


work


Station


war


effo:


federal projects
During the fisca


1


done


during tl
rt. This


in the


war


was


sponsored a
year ending


Florida


was


Engineering
outstanding


large


part


financed


July


1945,


Industrial


importance


to the
Federal


approximately


several


secret


Government.
$250,000 was


utilized
cannot


such


revealed


research.


even


The


at this


nature


time.


some


The


these


University


war


been


projects


highly


commended for its


equipment and
The first S


work in developing


the small


tate


electronic or


funds


operation


constructing
mortar fuze


direction finding


for the


Station


were


Army.
: released


1943


since


time


research


work,


having


as its objective


industrial


Station


teaching
national


played
federal


development


been


staff


recognition


an important


contracts


Florida,


in progress


college.
achieved


part
war


moved


many


The equipment


faculty,


in securing


research


projects.


forward.


years


already


particularly
University


These


Research


members
available


electronics,


Florida


factors


were


also


considered by various industrial


organizations which have been


financing


research projects at the Station since


1941.


income


from


most


Florida's


natural


resources


always


been relatively


condition


because


or shipped


they


out of


have
State


been


to be


used


State in the raw


manufactured


into


finished


products of much higher value.


One of the main objectives of the Station


to demonstrate


how


our


resources


can


made


to yield


a greater in-


come


create


concerning the


new


employment


operation


opportunities
Station and its


Floridians.


projects


can


Details
secured


from


the Office


periment


Station,


Director,


University


Florida
Florida,


Engineering
Gainesville,


Industrial


Florida.









FLORIDA


INDUSTRIES'


COOPERATIVE


PLAN


On March 16, 1936, the College of Engineering was authorized to offer


a cooperative


engineering


course


under


sponsorship


college


and seven


1936,


of Florida's


when


leading industries.


the first teams were selected by


Cooperative students follow


one of


The course started


industries.
curricula


the standard


on August


the col-


lege.


College


They


may


provided


begin
their


cooperative employment


scholastic


record


while


is sufficiently


University


high.


After assignment to an industry,


a student alternates


with his


partner


each


college session.


There are two men


on each


team so


that one man


is in the University while his partner is in industry.


Some of


the features


of the cooperative


plan are:


(a)
trains


Each


student


him in its


field.


is an employee


an industry


which


This employment enables the student


thoroughly
to be self-


supporting while going to college.


a student


advances


academically,


responsibilities


job are usually increased and he


At the time he is graduated


an excellent background


Students


"grows up


from


practice


are not obligated,


of his


in general,


" in the


industry


University 1
profession.


to continue


student


employment


with


a particular


industry


after


graduation.


ORGANIZATION


OF


THE


COLLEGE


The


College


is made


instructional


departments


Florida


Engineering


Industrial


Experiment


Station.


The


curricula


neers
State


' Council
of New


instructional
Professional


York


which


departments


Development


are the


official


are accredited


Engi-


University


accrediting


agencies


engi-


neering


The


colleges
College


Nation.


is presided


over


Dean


who


also


Director


Experiment


Station.


Each


instructional


department


under


supervision


a department


head.


The


instruction


departments


are:












Courses


CHEMICAL


Study


ENGINEERING


The


production


synthetic


rubber,


cracking


petroleum


products to make high-test gasoline, the manufacture of the several


types


rayons


magnesium


whose


plastics


from


developers


knowledge.


Indus


from


sea water
it required
tries such


cotton,


wood


are typical,


coal,


well-known,


the application
as these generally


recovery


modern


chemical


originate


fro:


industries


engineering
m chemical


research work carried


out on a


very small scale in a laboratory.


The de-


sign,
of sl


construction and


ich


materials


operation


field


plants


for the commercial


chemical


production


engineer.


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CURRICULUM


Modern chemical


engineering


education stresses


"unit operations"


"unit


include


processes


crushing


common
grinding,


to all


chemical


filtration,


plants.


evaporation,


Unit


operations


distillation,


fluid


flow


heat


transfer,


while


hydrogenation,


sulfonation,


nitration


halogenation


are typical


processes.


Furthermore,


a chemical


engi-


neer must have a good background in chemistry, physics and mathematics.


His education should


neermg


economics,


mechanical
be found in


also


include chemical


thermodynamics


engineering.


University


Details


plant


design,


fundamentals


concerning the


Bulletin


Upper


current


chemical
f electrical
curriculum


engi-


Division.


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AFTER


GRADUATION


About


twenty


cent


our


chemical


engineering


graduates


take


one


or more


years


graduate


work.


Since


students


with


advanced


grees are much


numerous than


those with


Bachelor's


degree,


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since they


are more highly trained,


they


generally


secure


better positions


than those with the Bachelor


who
advi


are able
ability o


to maintain


doing


s degree.


high


g graduate


scholastic


chemical
records,


engineering students


should


consider


work.


Graduates


several


types


who


work.


Typical


chemical
starting


industries
jobs are:


may


start


in one


Orientation


In


some


companies


graduate


is familiarized


with


various parts of


plant by working in


the several


departments


under the direction of more mature employees.


After this


orientation


period


is completed,


he generally


selects


department in


which he


wishes to


work.


Plant


operation


graduate


supervises


operation


plant


machinery.


Pilot plant work


: The


first step


involved


in developing process from


laboratory


scale


to the


plant scale.


Laboratory work


: Work such


as routine


physical


chemical


tests,


or research


assistant.


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Statistical


work:


Work


involving


chemical


engineering


economics.


Naturally the work of the beginner will


generally


be of


a rather


mentary


nature,


it will


supervised


someone


with


more


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has clearly demonstrated his ability to handle them.


er the young


engineer


It is not uncommon


chemical


engineers


with


several


years


experience


to advance


executive
better in


positions.
the smaller


Opportunities fo:
industries than in


such


advancement


larger


are perhaps


ones.


LABORATORY


FACILITIES


laboratories


very well


equipped


with


Department


the same


types of


Chemical


small


scale,


Engineering
commercial


type


machines that are used by industry for pilot plant work.


are especially


designed


to facilitate


collection


Many


data


of them
needed


to test their performance and


to verify


theory


presented


the class


room.


Major


items


include:


Heat


exchangers,


condensers;


filtering


ma-


chines;


centrifuges,


tray,


rotary


vacuum


driers;


columns


absorption,


solvent


extraction


distillation;


atmospheric


vacuum


I a


a I


- a


evaporators; crushing and grinding machines; equipment
and dry classification of solids and the concentration of ores


a thickener;


mixers


agitators;


reaction


vessel


electric,


fired


furnaces.


Auxiliary equipment includes pumps,


motors,


jacketed and unj acketed


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at nks, equipment lor analyzing gases
of instruments for measuring fluid flow,


testing


fuels


a variety


temperature, humidity, hydrogen


ion concentration,


often


assembled


other


for research


process
projects.


variables.


Special


equipment


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CIVIL


ENGINEERING


Surveying is a Civil
Engineering
Department
Prerequisite.









Civil Engineering


practical


skills to


is concerned
preliminary


with


application


investigation,


design,


scientific


construction


maintenance


our


dams,


modern


retaining


)t structures
civilization.


walls


works


Such
fixed


required


structures
structures


to maintain


include


buildings,


kinds,


advance
bridges,


hydraulic


sanitary


works


water supply


sewage


posal,
for t
tion by


facilities
ransporta-
land, sea


includ-


highways,


railways,
facilities.


Th
civil
may


port
canals


bases.
trained
engineer


become


specialist


in any


a number


fields. T
fields in
geological,


detic


d


'he


clude
geo-
aerial


surveying


phases


tural


struc-


design,


planning,


way


high-


railway


engineering,
struction


con-
and


m ai ntenance,


river


harbor


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CURRICULUM


During the


first two


years at the


University


of Florida,


the civil


engi-


neering student


drawing,


includes with his


surveying


general


engineering


studies,


mechanics


courses


in mathematics


or analytical


chem-


istry
him
into


prepare
entrance
more


specialized phases


education.


Before


register-


sec-


ond year the stu-


dent


elect


either the general


option


public


the


health


engineering


tion.
cific
fered
two


The


courses


these


options


given in the


versity


Uni-


Bulletin


Upper


vision.


The


option
such


general
includes


courses


structural design,


highway
neering,


lics,


engi-
hydrau-


sanitary


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LABORATORIES


Much


work


is carried


on in


laboratories.


Civil


Engi-


neerlng


Department maintains


hydraulics,


Surveying


sanitary


laboratories equipped


engineering,


Laboratory


equipment


materials


includes:


for work


testing


repeating


in survey-
hydrology.
theodolite:


precise
levels;


levels;
precisic


base-line


measurement


pantagraph


current


apparatus
meters;


plane
and si


tables;
mailer


transits;


pieces


equipment necessary for field and
higher surveying.


drawing room


work in elementary


The Materials


Testing


Laboratory contains a


400,000 pounds capacity


high-column


tests;
pound


a 125,


testing machine equipped
000 nound universal hvy


I


low-column


machine;


d


torsion,


both


draulic


impact,


tension


testing


machine


hardness


compression
e; a 50,000


other


paratus


for the


usual


physical


chemical


tests


on brick,


wood,


steel,


concrete,


cement,


sand,


tars,


asphalt


oils.


Advanced courses and equipment are available for graduate work and


research


several


branches


civil










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engineering.


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PUBLIC


HEALTH


ENGINEERING


OPTION


public


health


engineer


is concerned


primarily


with


control


environment


promote


good


health.


does


designing,


constructing, inspecting, and operating water and sewerage systems,


water


purification


sewage


disposal


plants,


garbage-refuse


collection


disposal


plants.


Further,


a public


health


engineer


is adequately


prepared to determine workable solutions to


problems dealing with swim-


ming pools,


vision,
stream


camp sanitation,


insect-borne
pollution.


diseases,


solve


control
air c(


such


epidemics,


conditioning,


problems,


food


industrial


a knowledge


I milk
hygien,


super-
e and


chemistry,


biology and engineering is required.


Thus, by means of his engineering,


bio-chemical


microbiological


education,


public


health


engineer


is prepared to control
and promotes good h


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environmental conditions in a manner that protects


health.


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Other


civil


engineering


courses


are included


give


student


good


foundation


in engineering.


Details of


the curriculum


are given


the University


Bulletin of the Upper


Division.


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LABORATORIES


sanitary


laboratories


unusually


well


equipped


experl-


mental


work


in this


field.


They


occupy


three


rooms


in the


Hydraulics


Laboratory


Building


The equipment is modern


cover


over


1,500


in every respect


square


is available


floor
to all


space.
under-


graduate


graduate


students


who


are interested


analysis


water and sewage.


There is also a


large amount


equipment


available


experimental


work


several


projects


an experimental


nature


are now in progress.

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Health


Engineering.


first


floor


mezzanine


Hydraulic


Laboratory


utilized


fluid


mechanics


laboratory


This


equipment,


which


extensive,


is available


to the sanitary


engineer to


help


better under-


stand the principles of
in studying pumps, anm


flow


water


to carry


in open


channel


on experimental


pipes,


to aid


work.


The


University


sewage


disposal


plant


Gainesville


water


works


are available


for study


practical


observations.


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Examination


Bacteria


Under


the Microscope.


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ELECTRICAL i

Power


ENGINEERING

Field


Electrical


which


Engineering


are of


may


particular


divided


importance


several


in modern


general


life-the


fields,


"power"


field,


"communications


field.


power


field


includes


such


subdivisions


as generation,


distribution,


transmission


electrical


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Dynamo
Laboratory.


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a Motor.










energy; also the design, installation, testing and maintenance of electrical


wiring


systems,


electricity to all
The growth


electrical


rotating


manifold


the electrical


machinery,


uses which


industry


affect
been


application


our


daily


rapid


continuous.


In the 20 years from 1918 to


1938 the use of


electric energy in the United


States


domestic


purposes


increased


about


eight


times.


Electrical


manufacturing


one


leading


industries


United


States.


More
other


electrical


engineers


are employed


in manufacturing


than


field.


Starting a Motor Generator Set.


products


created


electrical


manufacturers


range


in size


importance


from


generator


deliver


electric


power


needs of


a whole community


using its share of


power;


to the
from


plug


connects


Diesel-electric


a household


locomotive


tool


to the





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operation.


these


The


The


activities


utility


services


both


systems


must


many


privately


electrical


owned


continually


engineers


are required


government-owned


enlarged


improved


systems.
to keep


ahead


the ever-increasing


needs


uses


electric


power.


Utility


engineers


also


are constantly


improving


quality


equipment


service
to the


give


making


consumer.


efficient


it possible


Since


to supply


great


uninterrupted


aim


service,


electric


power


power-system


no matter


what


at lower


operation
troubles


arise,


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utility


occur-su(


engineer


installation
ch as may


must anticipate


protective
incidental


trouble


equipment.
to floods, st(


prevent


When


forms,


it by


inven-


emergencies


or conflagrations--


heroic


measures,


demanding


courage


resourcefulness


from


engi-


neer,


may


required


to restore service.


CURRICULUM


electrical


"communications


engineering
or "power"


under-graduate


option.


may


choose


University


between


Bulletin


Upper Division gives a list of the required courses for both these options.

LABORATORIES


The Dynamo Laboratory,


which is an electrical machinery


laboratory,


contains the master power supplies with
numerous tvuypes and sizes of DC and A


former.


state


thus


Many


principles
determine


these


machines


to permit


their


specific


their


associated


motors,,


are especially


tests


to obtain


panelboards and


generators
constructed


their


applications.


trans-


to demon-


characteristics


laboratory


also


contains a


large amount of


associated


equipment,


such


as dynamometers,


a sine wave generator set,


voltage regulators, load boxes, etc., and a large


group
various


ammeters,


ranges


voltmeters,


in order


wattmeters,


to permit


instrument


necessary


transformers


measurements


on this


broad


group
order


equipment.


to maintain


instruments


in proper


calibration,


a Pre-


cision


Laboratory


is maintained


contains


precision


instruments


devices


standardization


work.


Closely


associated


with


power


equipment


is a group


heavy-


duty


electronics


equipment


which,


although


used


power


field,


generally


classed


with


electronics


communication


section.










ELECTRICAL


ENGINEERING


Communications


(Radio


and


Electronics)


Option


One


first


general


commercial uses


electric


power


was


field


toms,
from


graph,
entire
cation.
range


ingly


vacuum


communications-the


couriers


one


place


once


were


to another,


telephone,


world


within


The development


these


increased


tube


electrical


need


also


telegraph.
principal


over
radio


range


limited


have


direct


vacuum


channels


electrical


way


found


Where


means


distances


signal


getting
at best,


brought


instantaneous


tube


enormously


communication,


engineers
o industry,


fires,


tom-


messages


tele-


peoples


intercommunim-


expanded


correspond-


technicians.


opening


to electrical


engineers


finding


whole


important


new


field


applications


electronics
automatic


, wherein
controls,


these


devices


are


measuring,


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switching,
extremely
introduced


signaling


rapid
radar


growth <
to most


equipment.


science


people,


Everyone


familiar


electronics.


increased


with


war


uses


which


electronics


tremendously.


can


truthfully


said


industrial


use of


elec-


tron
can


tubes


which


just
can


beginning,


done


there


in no other


are many


things


way.


that


electronics


example,


using


electronics
current, or


to control


ie can


make


time


welds


application


stainless


steel


electric


spot


aluminum


welding
it could


not be made consistently


other method.


5,000


Watt Transmitter. Radio Station


WRUF.


The


fields


radio,


radar,


those


ultra-high


frequency


industrial


applications


which


include


induction


dielectric-heating,


have


been


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another


field


allows


familiar


afford.


cations
growing


field


"FM"
radio


with


Any


tremendous
(frequency


broadcasting to


advantages


Electrical


adequately


strides


are also


modulation


free


home


Engineer
prepared


from


being


made.


radio),
"static"


entertainment


who


which


specialized


take


place


This


television.
everyone
television


in communi-


these


rapidly


fields.


Control Desk. Radio Station WRUF.


CURRICULUM


Junior


students


electrical


engineering


at the


University


Florida


begin


to specialize


either-


"power"


or "communications"


(radio


electronics)


selecting


one


these


options.


The


former


includes


"FM"


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LABORATORIES


Electronics


devices in


this field.


Laboratories
Practically


are equipped


every type of


with


modern


most


modern


electronics equip-


ment is represented.


these


laboratories


found


a special


panel


board


incorporating


measuring


equipment


cable te
, audio


:rminals,


high


fault


frequency


equipment,
oscillator


transmission
s, repeaters,


filters, networks, bridges and a large number of


special


devices


including


cathode


oscilloscopes,


field


strength


measuring


equipment,


auto-


matic signal recorder, miscellaneous receiving equipment, static recorders,


radio


switches,


generators,


wave


goniometers,


precision


Klystron


transmitters,


ultra
wave


tubes,


special


high


meters,


varied


frequency


radio


types


type


directional


signal


frequency


generators,


bridges,


analyzers,


receivers,


electronic


square


numerous


artificial


wave
short
bays,


complete


television


unit


including


"live


pickup,


transmitters,


ceivers,
variety


precision


crystal-control,


thyratrons,


ignitrons


standards


frequency


a large


kathetrons.


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Radio Station


WRUF, a 5,000-watt


Western Electric transmitter,


oper-


ating
radio


at 850
station


kilocycles,
operation.


cooperates


These


with


courses


laboratory


are open


to students


courses


who


have


attained


sufficient


knowledge


to benefit


work.


Station


W4XAD,


a special


experimental


frequencies


cycles,


2398


is used


radio-telephone


4756,


6425


experimental


station,


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work


licensed


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field


at 600
17,310


short


watts
kilo-
wave


radio communications.


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Measuring Field


Strength


Radio


Waves.


There


a special


tronicallv-controlled


industrial


spot


welders


1


electronics
electronic


a


laboratory,
induction.


housing


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INDUSTRIAL


ENGINEERING


Modern industry has many specialized problems in construction, oper-


action
stand


and management which


not only


economics


can


fundamentals


human


relations.


best be solved
>f engineering,


Students


persons


also


industrial


who


under-


: principles
engineering


are given


broad


education


is necessary


give


them


an under-


standing and an appreciation of the problems that are faced by industrial


managers


executives.


CURRICULUM


The curriculum is designed


to give the student a


thorough


education


engineering


fundamentals


including


drawing,


mechanics,


strength


materials,


thermodynamics,


and principles


electrical


engineering,


well


human


economic


engineering,


foundations,


industrial


accounting,


safety,


plant


layout


analysis,


other


design,
required


and elective courses of
are given in the Univern


a professional nature.


Bulletin of the


Details of


Upper


curriculum


Division.


LABORATORIES


Students


registered


industrial


engineering


make


other


laboratories of the College.


The laboratories of the


Industrial


Engineer-


Department


are used


motion


time


study


proj ects


the demonstration


and study


stress analysis


through


use of


polar-


ized


light.


The equipment for motion study includes miscellaneous


photographic


equipment,


timing


equipment


projectors.


study


photo-


electricity and stress concentrations, the laboratory has an 8"


polariscope


with


models,


testing machine,


screen


camera.







































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Time
Study.
Film
Analysis
of a
Micro-
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Study of


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MECHANICAL


ENGINEERING


The development, design, manufacturing
all tvDes constitute the Drincipal fields


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utilization


interest


machinery
mechanical


engineers.


Thus, it is seen


that mechanical


engineers are needed in


prac-


tically


types


manufacturing


plants


in many


branches


dustry and commerce.


taught
design,


to undergraduates


manufacturing


The three principal field


in college


are heat


professional


power,


hydraulic


practice
power,


g operations.


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Test Run on an
Internal Combustion
Engine.


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Experimental
Equipment for
Studies in Air
Conditioning.


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Internal


combustion


engines


types


are studied.


This


includes


automotive,


airplane,


air conditioning,


diesel,


ventilating


tank,


tractor,


marine


refrigeration


types.


comfort,


Heating,
process-


ing of materials and foods and for the production of many industrial and


commercial


products are fields of


study


in mechanical


engineering.


Hydraulic


electric


plants


power


machinery


utilization


production


power


power


means


in hydro-


pumps


types


is an important


equipment


is needed


factories.
production


Large


field


in every


numbers


distribution


lubricating


mechanical


water


engineering


sewage disposal


pumps


petroleum


Pumping


are used


products


operations


practice.


plant


in connection


such


play


Such
cities
with


as gasoline,
n important


part


in many


other


industries


in agriculture.


The


field


application


design


machinery


building other machines.


typewriters, guns,
are illustrations <


manufacturing


types.


The mass


washing machines,


type


work


includes


Machine


production


many


done


tools
cars,


other


Production
are designed


tanks, airplanes,


familiar machines,


mechanical


engineers


branch


practice.


The occupations of mechanical


engineers are similar to those of


other


professional engineers and may be classified as to the type of work which


they


Professional


engineers


are engaged


in research,


design,


oper-


action or production, management, sales, consultation, and technical teach-


Thus,


is seen


field


employment


is very


broad


requires that a man receive a correspondingly broad education in college.

CURRICULUM


mechanical


engineering


curriculum


allows


undergraduate


to specialize


heating,


engines,


in his senior year


ventilating,


refrigeration


design


in the


manufacturing.


fields of


aeronautical


conditioning
The specific


engineering,


internal
courses


combus-


proper sequence is given in the University Bulletin of the Upper Division.

LABORATORIES


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Laboratories for studying the


production


machinery


include equip-


ment


casting,


various


types


forging,


welding,


woodworking


machining,
machines.


heat


treating


metals,


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Extensive


behavior


equipment


wood,


cement,


available
concrete,


study


metals,


strength


other materials


used


engineering


lography


structures


Laboratory,


which


machines.
is arranged


Coupled


with


for the study


internal


Metal-
crystal


structure of


these materials.


Facilities are


provided


studying the


performance and


other


char-


acteristics


steam


engines,


turbines,


condensers,


boilers,


automobile


engines,


airplane


engines,


diesel


engines,


refrigeration


equipment,


conditioning


these


machines.


apparatus,


The


airplanes,


laboratory


is well


auxiliary
equipped


equipment


testing


used


with


fuels,


Basic


with special


lubricants.
engineering


studies and


instruments


are


research


available


foregoing


connection


fields.


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THE


AERONAUTICAL


ENGINEERING


OPTION


Aeronautical


search,


design,


Graduates are
manufacturing


Engineering
manufacture,


prepared


plants,


Aeronautical


embraces


activities


maintenance,


positions


with


Engineering


in research


airline
option


engineering


offered


engineers


operation


organizations,


aircraft.
airplane


departments.


Mechanical


Engineering Department and consists of specialization in the aeronautical


field


during


senior


year.


Courses


are offered


in aeronautics,


dynamics,
design, a


aero-


airplane
erodynam-


laboratory


aircraft instruments.


other


Mechanica


neerlng co
included.
gree give
"Bachelor
chanical
ing" (aei


Airplane Model in the Wind Tunnel.


Engineering is a fascinating field of study, and


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basic
1 Engi-
"ses are
'he de-
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Engineer-
ronautical


option).
Aeronautical


one that presents unusual


opportunities


tremendous


developments


resulting


from


war.


indications


point


wide


use of


transportation


pas-


sengers


and goods in the


post-war


era.


laboratory


facilities,


neering equipment, include:


n addition to the regular mechanical engi-
A recirculation wind tunnel with an 18 x 30


inch thi
system


roat and a jet speed
automatically contri


100 m.p.h.,


olled


special


with a six component balance


electronic


circuits


inch


Prandtl


type


tunnel


with


a jet velocity


50 m.p.h.;


a visual flow


smoke tunnel


for two


dimensional


flow


study.


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The


instrument


laboratory


contains


various


aircraft


instruments


equipment


bank


turn


calibrating
indicator,


them.


Included


demonstration


gyro,


are:


tachometer,


pressure


gages,


altimeter,


earth


ductor


compass,


magnetic


compass.


A file of
methods,


motion


picture


films


available


study


manufactur-


basic


theory


flow.


Univer-


Library


depository
National


Advisory


Committee for Aero-


nautics


other
ment


reports


Govern-


publications.


contains


portant
books i


Two


practic-


reference


field.
fields


are within five miles


Campus


they


provide


facili-


ties for actual flight


testing


aircraft


to measure perform-
ance characteristics.
Photographic equip-
ment is available


recording


performance


r these
tests.


Wind Tunnel and Instruments for Measuring Forces.


Students who desire to


qualify


private


pilots'


licenses may


do so


at a flying field near the


University Campus.

















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THE


FLORIDA


ENGINEERING


AND


INDUSTRIAL


EXPERIMENT


STATION


One


most


important


the store of knowledge as


well


functions
as to teach


a university


students


how to


increase


use informa-


which


Industrial


is already


Experiment


known.


only


Station


research


Florida
division


Engineering


College


Engineering,


is also


development


laboratory


Florida's


dustries.


function


engineering


new


products


While


is to initiate


industrial


carry


development


the establishment


undergraduate


student


new


on projects


with


special


industries


is not ready


to do


fields


emphasis
Florida.


independent


search


work,


benefits


in many


ways


from


research


is going


on around


him.


comes


contact


with


people


who


are leaders


in their field and


who are striving to advance the applications


science


better


living


partmentalized.


learns


Modern


industrial


research


research


work


requires


cannot


cooperation


of all branches of engineering: chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical.


Many students will become interested in research as a result of


the prob-


lems that they


see being


The most promising


in research


work


studied
students
Station


at the


Station.


be offered


prepare


an opportunity to


themselves


assist


graduate


study.


graduate


tries
ideas


will


Industry


training.
receive


on how


finding
Through


men


solve


with


Florida


an ever


increasing


facilities


more


advanced


's industrial


need


Station,


training


engineers


Florida


with


with


indus-


original


problems.


The facilities of


the Station include all


the equipment


College


previously


described


addition


special


machines


instruments


required for certain


graduate


power


laboratory


a new


tube that is used


specific purpo


study


industrial


may


ses.


used


application


to illustrate


basic


The same motor used


one of


experiment.
principles c


research


The


same


electronics


* under-
workers
vacuum


may


utilized by
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It is evident that there


is opportunity for


research for


every


engineer regardless


Limerock


Project.


of his


field


Research


work


specialization.
on limerock,


one


our


fore-


most mineral resources, is leading toward the construction of better roads


and the use of limerock concrete


for many types of


construction work.


Ceramics Research.


Florida kaolin has been


used in


the ceramics


industry


nation


many


years.


work


we are doing


may


result in the production


of high grade china in


this State.


in sewage


Treatment.


treatment


may


Research


enable


on the


many


utilization


our


Florida


communities


sands
install


modern


plants for the treatment of


sewage at comparatively


cost.


Wood


Products.


pine


forests


have


been


a source


turpentine


wood i
portant


Our


producess
uses.


research


rosin
pine
Wood


obtained


oil,
pulp


engineers


pine


tapping


tar and


is the


basic


are developing


trees.


charcoal,
material f(
equipment


Distillation


which
paper


increase


have


industry.
the yield


turpentine and rosin from the live tree and to utilize stumps and


other


wood


wastes


industrially.


Utilization


Florida


Hides.


Our


growing


stock


industry


is producing hides that are being shipped to the north for the production


of leather.
tanneries 1


Research
Florida


projects to determine the feasibility


utilizin


tannin


extracted


from


establishing


our


scrub


are in full swing.


Mechanization


Agriculture.


Mechanical


devices are


being


veloped for harvesting celery and watermelon seed and for closing crates


for fresh fruits and


vegetables.


Corrosion


Prevention.


Corrosion


metals


costs


nation


mil-


lions of dollars each year.


to the


presence


The problem is especially serious in


spray


in the


Members


our


Florida
research


staff


are studying


means


reducing


losses


from


corrosion.


Mildew and


Mold


Prevention.


Mildew formation


another seri-


problem


Florida


this,


is being


carefully


studied


laboratories.


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Drying


of Tung Nuts.


One of


problems


our tung


dustry is the removal of moisture from the nuts so the oil can be extracted


soon after the harvesting.


Our engineers are busily


engaged in


develop-


equipment


to accomplish


this.


Electronic and Ultra High Frequency Research.


It is well known


that discoveries in the field of electronics have been of utmost importance


in the war.


Many


of these discoveries will be applied to industry in the


post-war


our


years.


Several


laboratories.


of hurricanes


They


television


projects


include
studies.


toward


goal


roasting


are being


coffee,


studied
location


Utilization


Peat.


Large


quantities


peat


are available


areas


Everglades


that


are not suitable


agricultural


purposes.


Our engineers are studying this material


with the hope that it may prove


value


plastics


industry


or as a raw


material


producing


chemicals


and fuel.


The


following bulletins have


been


published


they


can be secured


from


pernment


Office


Station,


Director,


University


Florida


of Florida,


Engineering
Gainesville,


Industrial


Florida:


"The
"The


Mapping
Electrical


Situation
Industry


Florida"
Florida"


, by
', by


William


John


Sawyer.


. Wilson.


"The Locating of Tropical Storms by Means of Associated Static"


Joseph


"Study


Weil a
Beach


Wayne


Conditions


Mason.


Daytona


Beach,


Florida,


Vicinity"


"Climatic


ing Systems


, by-W. W


Data


in Florida


Fineren.
e Design


, by


Operation


Ebaugh


Condition-


Goethe.


"On


Static


Emanating


from Six


Tropical


Storms


Locatin
Joseph
"Lime
Ralph


Position


Weil.
Rock


of the


Concrete Part


Disturbance


, by


Harry


, by


Sashoff


Houston


Morgen.


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Student


Societies


and


Activities


PROFESSIONAL


Each department in


SOCIETIES


the College of Engineering has a student chapter


of the appropriate national professional society.
Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Society


These are the American
of Civil Engineers, the


American


Institute of Electrical


Engineers,


Society


Advance-


ment of Management and the American Society


of Mechanical Engineers.


At all times the faculty of the College of Engineering is ready to confer
with students, individually or collectively, depending on the nature of the
problem. Here is a group-in this case the Benton Engineering Council-
discussing a problem with the Dean of the College.


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Dean


Engineering
body of all


Benton),


Society.


The


which
Benton


student engineering


ac


student


Engineering
tivities. The


chapter


Council
Council


Florida


he governing
composed of


representatives from all


professional societies.


SIGMA


TAU


Upsilon


Chapter


Sigma


Tau,


fraternity,


a national


was


honorary


established


at the


engineering
University


Florida in


bership


1923.


must


be eligible


a junior


or senior


mem-
r stu-


dent


scholastic
class. Me


College


rating


membership


Engineering


upper


third


with
of i


is based upon demonstra-


of
bein


namely,
ability.


those


qualities


essential


scholarship,


which
C


are


engineering
practicality


regarded
success;


soci-


Part of


Social


Event Sponsored


Sigma


Tau.


Views


at the Annual


Engineers'


Ball.


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training,


who


freshman


made
year.


highest


average


scholastic


work


during


PHI KAPPA


PHI


The


primary


object


and character in the thoughts of


Kappa Phi is "to
college students"


emphasize


scholarship


, and thus to encourage


scholarly


attainment


broadest


sense.


prize


membership


the society is extended


to all


students of high


attainment in all


branches


study,


whether in


arts or


literature,


in religion


or science,


in agricul-


ture


or engineering,


or in any


other


the thought of this Society, all are of
embody a search of ultimate truth.


field ,
equal


human


endeavor,


importance in so


since,


far as they


ENGINEERS'


FIELD


DAY


AND


BALL


which


stands


out in


memory


many


alumni


which


is participated


annually


both


professors


and students is


Engineers


Field
with t
points


Day.


departmental


University


through


College


competition


societies


engineers


swimming,


compete


amass


football,


with


each


greatest n
horse-shoes


other


umber


pro-


fessors,


badminton


dates,


boat races,


baseball,


sports


followed


Engineers'


Ball


where


Queen


Engineers


elected.


MILITARY


TRAINING


The Reserve Officers


' Training Corps of the


University


of Florida has


merited


many years


"Excellent"


rating


United


States


War


Department.


This is the highest rating that can be obtained.


Two years


military


training


are required.


Subject


to approval


Military


Department, a


qualify


student may


a commission


elect two


years of


as Second


advanced military training


Lieutenant


Army


Reserve.


FLORIDA


UNION


Since the summer


Ctlrldntf


netiiti5


1936


Maintainal


Florida
Ent; rel


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Union


been


bv the student body


center


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Recreational


facilities


are


furnished


only


game


room


which
and


h


is complete


pool, but also


y equipped
by Camp


d


checkers,


chess,


ping-pong,


billiards


Wauburg, a twenty-acre estate situated


nine


miles


from


Gainesville


on the


banks


a beautiful


lake.


camp


available to students


other


wholesome


throughout the year for swimming,


activities.


cultural


program


fishing,
of the


picnics,
Union


includes art exhibits, foreign motion


pictures, musical


programs, lectures,


"good


which


As campus


will"


activities


headquarters


host,


Union


Institute of


Central a
annually


South


greets


Inter-American


American


thousands


Affairs


students.


alumni


who


come from all


parts of


the country


renew


friendships


obtain


news of former classmates.
the Alumni Association, and


The offices of the student body, the


Publicity


Department are


Y.M.C.A.,


located in the


Union


Building.


A soda


fountain


bookstore


annex


offer


attractive


service


at the


most


economical


prices.


Every student will find a cordial


welcome awaiting him at the


Florida


Union.


ATHLETICS


The type of


athletic program


undertaken by the


Division


Athletics


at the


University


of Florida


compares


favorably with


that in


other


lead-


universities.
universities


Mississippi,


The


University


the states


Tennessee,


is guided


Florida,


Alabama,


is a member


policies


with


eleven


other


Georgia, Kentucky,
f the Southeastern


regulations


that


colleges


Louisiana,
Conference


conference.


The


rules


Conference


permit


member


institutions


award


scholarships


books


to athletes.


similar


items,


Awards
instead


are made


in the


cash,


form


may


board,


renewed


rent,
from


year to


rule,


year


awards


those


students


are made


only


whose


records


to those


who


prove


satisfactory.


are financially


unable


attend


University


and scholarship


Scholarships
Committee.


without


are worthy


subject


to the


assistance


consideration.


approval


Further information may


whose standards of


e awarding
University


conduct
Athletic


Scholarship


be secured by writing to


Dean


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twelve tennis courts, a


large outdoor swimming pool,


a concrete stadium


with


a seating


capacity


23,000,


a quarter-mile


running


track,


providing


permanent


seats


approximately


1,500.


Intramural


Department


encourages


entire


student


body


participate


in organized


athletic


sports


wholesome


recreation.


provides
promotes


fosters


facilities


competition


a spirit


spectators.


such competition
among students,


play


program


recreation


groups,


sportsmanship


intramural


activities


among


i; organizes
individuals;
participants


includes


the following


sports:


golf,


diamondball,


swimming,


tennis,


horseshoes,


handball,


track,


touch


football,


shuffleboard,


basketball,


ping


pong,


boxing,
id bad-


mlnton.


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University


Gymnasium


and Swimming Pool.
Courts in Background.


Handball


Tennis


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SOCIAL


FRATERNITIES


Twenty-one national social fraternities have chapters at the


They are Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha


Delta Chi,
Alpha, Phi


Delta
Delta


Tau


Delta,


Theta,


Kappa
Gamma


Tau Omega, Beta


Alpha,
Delta,


Kappa
Phi K


Theta Pi,


Sigma,


.appa


university.
Chi Phi,


Lambda


Tau,


Kappa


Alpha,
Sigma


Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma
Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Epsilon Phi, and Theta Chi.


Chi,
All


maintain
social pr


excellent


"ograms


chapter


are planned


houses
and


where
carried


wholesome
out with UI


recreational


university


approval.


The activities


fraternities


are controlled


Interfraternity


Conference,


addition


rushing
among


composed


serving


procedures
the various


members


as a governing


practices,.


from
body,


fosters


each


chapter


Conference


a spirit


on campus.
establishes
cooperation


fraternities.


STUDENT


GOVERNMENT


Student government in


ganization


based


on mutual


University
confidence


of Florida


between


a cooperative or-


student


body


faculty.


Considerable


authority


been


granted


student


body


for the regulation and conduct of student affairs.


The criterion in grant-


authority


responsibility


been


commensurate


the
with


disposition


powers


granted


students
them.


to accept
Generally


speaking, the fields of student activity include regulation of


extra-curricu-


lar affairs and the administration


of the


Honor


System.


The duties and responsibilities of


self-government are divided


among


three
tions;
dent,


branches


Executive


Council,


the Honor Court, handling the


Vice-President,


affairs


organizations


exercising


judiciary


Secretary-Treasurer,


student


which


operate


government.


under


legislative


problems;


the executives,


There


charters


various


granted


func-
Presi-


administer-
subsidiary
Executive


Council.


This placing of important,


varying responsibilities in the hands


the students


uals with


themselves


practical


serves


training in


to provide
problems


a large number


government,


individ-


aids


development


leadership.


Many


leaders


State


tot dv


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interests


University.


Constitution


created


students


themselves


occasionally


revised


to meet


changing


conditions,


regu-


lates


prescribes


whole scope


student


government.


THE


HONOR


SYSTEM


One of


versity
group.
interest


the finest tributes to


Florida


addition


to members


the expenditure


versity
through


gives


Honor


the character


student


student


body,


permitting


student


f student
students


funds,


the students at the


body


legislation


execution
governing


privilege


Uni-


a self-governing


questions


laws


system


disciplining


passed,


Uni-


themselves


System.


Inaugurated
the nation a


Florida,


versity


1914


some
early


Honor
as the


our


adopted


System
result


leading
in some


was


finally


student


educators


higher


departments
established


initiative.


This


institutions
University


entire


plan,


Uni-


having


with


sanction


elected


approval
e Board
students


officials


Control,


to administer


student


University,


was


representatives


given
were


System.


Among the


basic principles


Honor


System


are the convictions


that self-discipline is


the greatest builder


character


that responsi-


ability


is a prerequisite


self-respect.


success


system


dependent


upon


honor


each


individual


member


student


body in


the student is duty-bound


to abide by the


principles of


Honor Code, and is pledged to report to the Honor Court such violations
of the code as are observed.


major


difference


between


Honor


System


at the


University


Florida
versities


similar
colleges


systems


have


existing


one


elsewhere


most


other


penalty--expulsion.


uni-
here


that


different


cases


warrant


different


penalties,


considerable


creation


is placed


on the


Court


as to the


nature


penalty,


which


may range


from


severe reprimand


to permanent


expulsion.


man


is a freshman and it is his first offense, the Court is


inclined to be lenient,


it feels


that


not had


time


to adjust


himself


to the


Florida


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best


United


States


a recent


National


Student


Federation


Convention.


STUDENT


PUBLICATIONS


Student publications at the


tising


campus
revenues,


scene.


they


Support


University i
ted entirely


are edited


have
by


long been
student ft


managed


respected


inds


students


parts
adver-


under


supervision


Board


Student


Publications,


composed


three


appointed faculty members,


a faculty


chairman, and


three


undergraduate


members.


The


nition


Alligator,


in the


a semi-weekly


publications


field


newspaper,


won


Collegiate


favorable


Press


reco


Association.


gives


space


interesting


accounts


expression


student


campus


activities,


opinions


on questions


provides
general


current


interest.


The


Seminole,


which


yearbook


Uni-


versity, is a treasure house for memories of


campus


life.


It is distributed


near


school


the history


of the


year


University for the year.


requires careful integration on the pai
valuable experience in the preparation
reading material. It is considered o


rt


a handsome


Planned
Y student
pictures,


ne


volume


on a broad


editors,
layouts,


best


works


recording
scope, it
provides


outlines, and


kind


and has


won several


awards


designs


materials.


The Orange


Peel,


a quarterly magazine,


is a medium


publication


stories,


essays,
outlet


poems,


campus


summer


registration
freshmen, 4


other


literary


each


literary
talent.


year


following


materials,


serves


Book


distributed


fall.


as a source


purpose


information


among
is to
upon


as a valuable


is published


students


serve
which


during
during


as a guide


upperclassmen


may


draw in


order


to settle


questions


concerning the


student


body


gov-


ernment.
All of these publications have fine records as trustworthy interpreters


student


ideas,


activities,


problems,


play


an important


part


in the intellectual life of the campus.


New students are cordially invited


to try


out for


positions


on their


staffs.


FLORIDA


PLAYERS










That


something


have


become


organization


greater


is evident


associated


with


its activities


from
Little


Theater


may
that


ma


groups,


a stepping-stone
ny of its memb


metropolitan


lers


pro-


during


units,


Hollywood


scenario


departments.


Several


members have won prominent places in the entertainment world.


these are Sam Byrd,


former
Among


who played Dude Lester in one of the Tobacco Road


productions,


George
WDBO
Dallas,


Gunn,


who


NBC


Orlando;


now


drama
and


doing


director;


Dan


Riss,


production
Orville Ar
chief spor


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work


nderson,


ts


Broadway;


announcer


announcer,


WFAA,


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Living


Accommodations


and


Expenses


UNIVERSITY


RESIDENCE


HALLS


Campus View Showing Some of the Residence


Halls.


The University


of Florida Residence Halls consist of


five dormitories:










competent housekeeper.


The conduct


students


in the


Hall


is entirely


hands


monitors


who


are responsible


to the


Director


Resi-


dence.


Restrictions


regulations


are kept


a reasonable


minimum


every


effort is exerted


to make


residents as comfortable


as possible.


The


following


types


rooms


available


single


(one


room


equipped for one person)


triple
study
suite


(one
room


room


three


double


(one


equipped for three


bedroom
(separate


room equipped for two


persons)


equipped


study


room


two-room


o persons
bedroom


suite


persons),
(separate


a two-room


equipped


three


persons


In general


rooms are furnished


with single


beds, inner-spring


mattresses,
and built-in


desks


chairs


lavatories.


waste-baskets


rooms


dressers,


are steam


closets,


heated


roller


during the


shades,
winter


months.


thirty-two


Each
men


dormitory


section,


divided


with


sections


a bathroom


located


approximately


on each


floor


each


section.


following


schedule


gives


rate


semester


location


rooms


HALL: BUCKMAN THOMAS SLEDD FLETCHER MURPHREE


Room Type No. of Rate INo. of Rate No. of Rate No. of Rate No. of Rate
Rooms Rooms Rooms Rooms Rooms

Single ....... 13 $38.00 39 $38.00 6 $42.00 I 7 $45.00 ............................
T r p e ............. ........................... .... 3 $40 00. ] 5 $40.00. .............. ............ .
Double ........ 23 $32.00 38 $32.00 .............. .............. 14 $40.00- ........................
__ I............. 12 $30.00 .........I6 ..... ... $37.50t 15 $37.50t
Triple .......... 2 $24.50 3 $30.00 :-:::-: ....-......... .............. .............-.-.-....... .........
........................ 22 $24.50 .......................................................... .. .........

2-Room Suite .......................... ............................ 56 $40.00 63 $41.00 133 $41.00
for two .................. 21 $34.00 22 $40.00 30 $40.00

2-Room Suite 22 $24.50 10 $24.50 8 $36.00 4 $37.00 8 $37.00
for T hree ..............3.............. ............. ..... ........... ..3................................... ....... $36.00


t Fourth floor rooms.










an assignment


given
when


can


advance notice of


they


may


occupy


made.


location
room, 1


other pertinent information.


or the semester,


unless


as possible,
f their room


latest


date


d11 applicants
assignments,


the date


cancellation,


Rooms are rented either by the school


otherwise arranged


for through


Office


and
year
the


Director


beginning


of Residence.


semester.


rents are due and


The


room


payable


reservation


in advance at the
is not a payment


on rent but is a separate deposit which is refundable after residents have


vacated


their rooms and have been


checked


out of


the dormitories.


CAMPUS


BOARD


The


students.


University


Cafeteria


Its equipment is


furnishes


modern


excellent
complete,


dining


facilities


its service is


uni-


formal
fresh


Y


courteous


efficient.


vegetables, fruits, and


dairy


Carefully


planned


menus,


products the year round, are


featuring
prepared


under the direction


some


foods,


sold


a graduate


at actual


cost,


dietitian.


enables


wide


students


selection


to choose


those


whole-
which


appeal


junction
lunches,
classes.


to their


with


individual


the Cafeteria


provides


tastes.


The


, specializes


a pleasant


Soda


Fountain,


in candies,


gathering


place


operated
drinks, a
students


con-
light


between


OFF-CAMPUS


LIVING


ACCOMMODATIONS


addition


accommodations


in private
little lowe


houses
;r when


campus


near


very


students


facilities,
University.
reasonable


board


students


Board


rates.


the homes


will


rooms


Ordinarily


where they


excellent


living


available


rates


room.


are a
Those


who prefer to take their meals at lunchrooms and restaurants have access


to a


wide variety


accommodations


within


easy walking


distance.


the social


fraternities at


University


have


living


quarters


at least


some


their


approximately


students.


same


Many
as for


also


other


maintain


dining


off-campus


rooms.


Costs


accommodations.


assure


students


clean


comfortable


living


quarters,


private


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a maximum income of


$25.00 a month, scholastic ability, and


references


of good character.


The Organization is managed entirely by its members


their


operation,


acquire


should


representatives.


members


the art


address


Through


are enabled
living with


CLO


living


not only
people.


manager


together


to attend


Students


North


a spirit


University,


desiring


membership


Washington


Street,


Gainesville.


EXPENSES


The annual


attendance at


University


Florida


compares


very


favorably


provides
making


with


an estimate


their


at other
expenses


budget


universities.


designed


an academic


year


accompanying table


to assist


nine


students


months.


Type of Expense


$100*


General Fees ..................
Room and Board ...............
Books and Supplies ...............
Laundry and Dry Cleaning


High
$100*


Estimated total expense for nine months ........$515


Students who are not residents of Florida should add $200 to this amount to
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Student


Aid


SCHOLARSHIPS


Since the


it has


University


not accumulated


of Florida


many


cash


AND


LOAN


FUNDS


comparatively


scholarships


young


loan


fun


institution,
ds. Many


those


which


are available


are administered


directly


donors.


However,


Students


SCommittee
is chairman,


on Sholarships


collects


Loans,


information


which


relative


Dean


vacancies,


value,
some


basis


instances,


awards,


Committee


other


facts


been


concerning


given


scholarships.


authority


make


awards


without


consulting


donors.


While
kind,


the
their


University a
e are a few


s an institution


loan


funds


does


available


not have
which


a loan


fund


are administered


by students and outside organizations.


The largest of these is the


Florida


Educational Rotary Loan Fund operated by the Rotary Clubs of the State


Florida.


State


There
which


also


a small


available


fund


handled


Agricultural


students.


Lions


Clubs


Tolbert


Memorial Student Loan Fund is administered by a student committee as an


emergency fund.


purpose


is to help


students


meet


room


board


payments
Fund is


costs


available


to student!


books
s of


good


other e
conduct,


;ssentials.


who


have


Tolbert


a scholastic


average of


describing


or better.


The


Scholar


University
ships and


has
Loan


prepared
Funds.


a bulletin listing
Information con-


cernl
are


ng employment
available upon


opportunities


request.


is included.


Address


Copies


Registrar


this
the


bulletin


Dean


Students.


A friend


the College of Engineering who


wishes


remain


anony-


mous
fund


made


to assist


available


needy


the sum


students.


This


$1,000


fund


to be
used


used


under


as a revolving


following


conditions:


Loans are made only to


juniors and seniors


the College of Engi-










June,


Engineers


1945,


Miami


contributed


Section


to be


used


American


as a student


Society


loan


fund.


Civil
This


amount has


been


deposited


with


the other


loan


funds


of the


College for


the present.
The loan funds of the College are known as the Murphree and Benton


Engineering
President ol
the College


Loan


Funds


in memory


University,


Murphree,


Benton,


former


former


Dean


of Engineering.


STUDENT


EMPLOYMENT


University


takes


an active


interest


in capable


students


who


quire financial


tee on
which
tions,


Self-Help,


they


assistance while attending


it makes


are qualified


Committee


financial status of


gives


college.


an earnest effort to


by training


careful


applicants.


Through its


assign


experience.


consideration


It has consistently


students


Commit-
work for


awarding posi-


to the
ruled


scholarship


that, need


being


equal,
ence.


students


superior


academic


achievement


shall


given


prefer-


In normal


times, over half


of the students at the University


earn


part


their


expenses


through


part-time


employment.


Many


work


on the


campus as


waiters, typists, and student assistants in


various departments,


while others secure employment with local business firms and industries.
A few obtain board and room in fraternities and private homes in return


services


rendered.


general


is recommended


that


no student


should


attempt to


earn


more than half


of his


expenses


if he


expects


carry


a full


academic


load.


undergraduates


average


employed


or better an
Eligibility"


"Certificates


certified
available


University


eligible


Room


must


maintain


employment.


Language


Hall.


Inquiries


forms


concerning


should


student


addressed


employment


to the


Office


requests


Dean


for application
of Students. A


bulletin


outlining


policies


governing


student


employment


been


prepared,


may


obtained


from


Registrar.


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