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SEP 26 1939

HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

MONROE C. GUTMAN LIBRARY

T6I 559 V.27 1919

PRESS OF
THE NEW ERA PRINTING COMPANY

LANCASTER, PA.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

PAGE

LIST OF OFFICERS

MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL

vi

COMMITTEES OF THE SOCIETY

vii

PROGRAM OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING

ix

MEMBERS AND GUESTS REGISTERED AT MEETING

MINUTES OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING

1

MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL MEETINGS

7

TREASURER'S REPORT

11

SECRETARY'S REPORT

12

ADDRESS OF WELCOME ON BEHALF OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNI-

VERSITY.-Frank J. Goodnow

15

RESPONSE.—John F. Hayford.

24

RESPONSE OF PRESIDENT-ELECT

26

REFLECTIONS OF AN S. P. E. E. PRESIDENT.—John F. Hayford

28

THE CASE SYSTEM FOR THE STUDY OF LAW: WHAT IT IS AND ITS

BEARING ON ENGINEERING EDUCATION.-C. F. Allen

42

ENGINEERING COLLEGES AND ADMINISTRATION.-Ira N. Hollis

77

RESOLUTION ON BUSINESS TRAINING FOR ENGINEERING

101

REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE

ON ENGINEERING EDUCATION

103

DISCUSSION

109

MENTAL TESTS FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS.-L. L. Thurstone 113

AN EXPERIMENT IN VOCATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TESTING ON FOUR-

YEAR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS.-Wm. T. Magruder, 122

DISCUSSION

129

MILITARY TRAINING IN ENGINEERING SCHOOLS.—Col. F. J. Morrow. 159

THE PROBLEM METHOD AT THE ENGINEERING SCHOOL, UNITED STATES

ARMY, CAMP A. A. HUMPHREYS, VA.-C. C. More and W. E.

Duckering

166

THE COAST ARTILLERY AND THE RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING

CORP.-Maj. Harrison Tilghman

172

THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION. A

SURVEY OF ITS PAST AND A RECONNAISSANCE OF ITS FUTURE.-

George R. Chatburn

180

DISCUSSION

219

TEACHING SAFETY IN ENGINEERING SCHOOLS.—George W. Case 224

DEGREES.—E. O. Leuschner

235

OFFICERS

OF THE

Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education

1918-1919

President.

JOHN F. HAYFORD, Evanston, Ill.

Vice-Presidents.
JOHN T. FAIG, Cincinnati, O. E. R. MAURER, Madison, Wis.

Secretary.

F. L. BISHOP, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Treasurer.

WM. O. WILEY, 432 Fourth Ave.,

New York, N. Y.

COUNCIL The following seven elective members of the Council retire June 30, 1919: A. H. BLANCHARD, New York, N. Y. R. W. GAY, Agricultural College, W. H. BROWNE, JR., West Raleigh, Miss. N. C.

F. G. HIGBEE, Iowa City, Ia. T. E. FRENCH, Columbus, Ohio. E. J. MOCAUSTLAND, Columbia, Mo.

A. A. POTTER, Manhattan, Kans.

The following seven elective members of Council retire June 30, 1920 : T. U. TAYLOR, Austin, Tex.

FRANK AYDELOTTE, Cambridge, K. G. MATHESON, Atlanta, Ga.

Mass. C. J. TILDEN, New Haven, Conn. W. E. Mort, Pittsburgh, Pa. C. F. SCOTT, New Haven, Conn. L. M. HOSKINS, Palo Alto, Calif.

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