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Senior Fellows

Franklin S. Chance _ Mathematics and Chemistry – Tennessee, B.Sc.,Ph.D. Formerly in charge of Research and Production for Pfizer International, Inc.

Alexander J. Cook – Visiting Fellow, Mathematics – Alberta, B.Sc.; Harvard, A.M.; Chicago, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, and formerly Director of Counseling, University of Alberta

Yu-Tan Daniel Lew – Political Science – Yenching University, Peiping, A.B.; Harvard, Ph.D. Professor of Government, National Tsinghua University, Peiping, prior to Communist regime.  Until joining Mackinac College, Ambassador of the Republic of China to New Zealand.

E. Harold Tull – Physics – British Columbia, B. A. Sc.; Western Ontario, M.Sc. Associate Professor, Physics, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.

Junior Fellows

Kalika Banerji – English – Calcutta University, B. A.; Jadavpur University, Calcutta, M.A.; University of Washington, M.A.; further graduate study at Harvard and Oxford.  Assistant Professor of English, Jamestown College, North Dakota.

David L. Blair – English – Edinburgh, M.A. ; graduate studies, Moray House of Training College, Edinburgh, Department of English, George Watson’s College, Edinburgh.

Edric Cane – French – Bachelor’s degree in Philology and Literature, University of Paris; Diplome d’Etudes Superieures, Sorbonne; further graduate studies in Politics and Literature as a Besse Scholar at Oxford University.  Professeur Certifie d’Anglais in Algeria and France.

David Chaffee – Physical Education – Occidental College, A.B.

Jeannette R. Clausen – German – Wisconsin, B. A. ; Indiana, M.A. Teaching Assistant, German Department, Indiana University

John I. Daeley – History – Alberta, B. A. ; Western Ontario, M.A.; University of London, England, Ph.D. (requirements completed). Acting Head, Department of History, St. John’s College, University of Manitoba Canada.

Martin K. Doudna – English – Oberlin, A.B.: University of Louisville, M.A.; graduate studies at Princeton University.  Teaching Assistant, University of Louisville; Command speech writer, Headquarters, Air Force Systems Command.

Julianne C. Gustafson – Spanish – Rockford College, B.A.; Kansas, M.A.

V. Truman Jordahl – Philosophy – Minnesota, B. A.; postgraduate research, Oxford; Durham University, England, Ph.D.

Matti Narhi– Physical Education– University of Helsinki, Teaching Degree, Physical Education. National Instructor, Finnish Physical Fitness Program; Official International Instructor, Alpine skiing and ski jumping; Lecturer, Finnish Ski Institute; Finnish National Collegiate Ski Jump Champion (twice)

A. Ian Robertson – Biology – Edinburgh, B.Sc., Ph.D., Dip.Ed.

SmedleyKatherine Smedley – History – Swarthmore, A.B. ; North Carolina, M.A. ; further studies at Geneva, Switzerland, Columbia, and University of Chicago.  Teacher of European and Asian History and Director of Studies at Miss Porter’s School, Farmington Connecticut.

Mrs. Regitze M. von Holck – Physical Education (Women) – Ollerup Gymnastic Academy, Denmark.  Ballet and gymnastic teaching in Ecuador and at Southern Methodist University.

Librarian

Maisry MacCracken – Vassar, A.B., M.A.; Columbia, B.L.S.

Artists in Residence

Alice Carey – Artist, portrait painter.  Studied at St. Martin’s School of Art, London, England; pupil of Ruskin Speer, Royal academy; member, United Society of Artists, London, England; has exhibited in one-man shows and in collections in Canada and the United States.

Nancy Hawthorne – Musician, piano and organ.  Studied at Mount Holyoke College, at the Fontainebleau School of Music, Paris, with Nadia Boulanger, and at Northwestern University; has given recitals and directed choral singing in Europe and the United States.

 


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