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News Release (May 1, 1968)


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News Release (May 1, 1968)
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News Release New College, For Immediate Release; 1 - 181 - 5/1/68
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RELEASE NEw CoLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 33578 1 -181 -5/1/68 813 / 355-7131 Ref.: Furman C. Arthur FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SARASOTA--Six new faculty members have been named at New College; although there will be no increase in the size of the faculty, it was announced today. All six will take the place of faculty members who are taking annual leaves or other positions. Dr. Martin S. Eshleman, chairman of the Philosophy Department at Carleton College, will be visitine professor of philosophy for next year. During this term Dr. B. Gresham Riley. assistant professor of philosophy, will be on leave. Dr. Eshleman, who has visited New College and lectured here, has been a member of the Carleton Collep,e faculty since 1944. He had previously taught at Yale University where he also earned his Ph.D. Alan S. Lichtenstein has been named assistant professor of history. Professor of history Dr. George Mayer will be on leave to spend a year in India. Lichtenstein comes to New College from Fairleigh Dickinson University where he participated in planning an experimental interdisciplinary humanities curriculum for freshmen students. His interest is in Russian history and he studied for a year at Moscow State University under a cultural exchange program. more


NEW COLLEGE -Page 2 Other faculty members: William E. Fleischman, assistant professor of economics, holds degrees from Rutgers University and the University of Fleischman's special interests are in labor economics and comparative economic systems and he has held teaching fellowships at the University of Michigan where he is doins research and assisting in the writing of a textbook. Robert M. Hankin, assistant professor of Russian, holds deP,rees from Cornell and Columbia universities. Now on the faculty at Duke Univer sity, Hankin taught at Hilliams College and at Columbia, was a rtsearch analyst on the Soviet Union and a translator for the OSS during Horld War II. He also served as an attache at the U.S. Embassy in He has written two works on post-war Soviet ideology. New assistant professor of chemistry is Robert H. Harrill, who was graduated from Grinnell College and holds his doctorate from the University of California. Dr. Harrill is now a chemistry professor at UCLA and he has also done research for DuPont. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and won two awards for distinguished teaching at UCLA. Jeffrey c. l?ri?,ht will be a new assistant professor of political science. He earned degrees from the University of South Florida, where his father is a member of the faculty, and from Stanford University. Wright has taught at the University of Alberta, at Stanford, and he held a research assistantship at USF. 30 -

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