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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1949, Image 18

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Back Row, left to right: Miss Coyne, Mrs. Collins, Miss Jarmon, Dr. Hughes, Dr. Garrett, Dr. Pickett. Front Row: Mr. Twombley, Mr. Huntley, Mr. Conner, Mr. Valenti. The students of Paul Smith’s College have a faculty that is outstanding in teaching ability and knowledge of subject matter. Among our learned instructors are graduates of numerous well known colleges and universities such as Columbia, Fordham, Brown, St. Lawrence, Princeton? and many others. Before coming to Paul Smith’s, many of the faculty held impor­ tant positions in other colleges and universities throughout the country. The Liberal Arts Department is divided into many fields. Dr. Louise A. Nelson Garrett heads the English Department and is assisted by Dr. E. Holt Hughes, Jr. and Wallace L. Goldstein. In addition to English, Dr. Hughes teaches philosophy and political science, while Mr. Goldstein teaches psychology and personnel management. The instructor of fine arts and drafting is Miss Dorothy Coyne. The History Department is composed of Dr. David McKee and Miss Rosemary Lambertson. Dr. McKee teaches French and business law in addition to his other subjects while Miss Lambertson is the Director of Physical Education for Women. Both Mr. J. A. Gratton and Mr. Raymond Valenti teach Business Administration and Resort Management courses. These courses include principles of accounting, hotel accounting, busi­ ness administration and taxation.

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