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APPENDIX D

Grants Other Than Basic ,Research


Oonferenoes in Support of Bc4enoe CANADIAN MATHIMATICAL CONORID~E, Queen’s
Am Foacm OFRIC~ OF SCIB~NTIFIC RESBIARCH, University. Kingston, Ontario, Canada : Sem-
Washington, D.C. : Conference on High Tem- inar in Mathematics; 4 weeks ; $1,000
perature Problem8 h Aeronauttce; 6 days; UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI, Cincinnati, Ohlo ;
$2,600 Second Arttrometric Conference; 4 days;
A~~ERICAN ASSOCIATION MOORTHI ADVANCE- $22,200
HENT OF SCIFINCE, Washington, D.C., Dr. COLORADO SCHOOL OR MINES, Golden, Cola. ;
Dael Wolfle, Executive Otace; F&et Inter- Lute J. Parkinson, Department of Mining
national Oceanographti Congrese; 1 year : Engineering; Third Symposium ou Rock
$15,000 illechanics; 3 days; $2,500
AB%~~ICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION, Washington. UNIVERSITY OB COLORADO. Boulder, Cola. :
D.C. International Conference on YoZecular
Waldo E. Smith, Executive Secretary; Quantum Mechanics; 1 week; $11,900
International Bgmpos~um of D(etance Yeas- Con~sr.r. UNIVERRITY, Ithaca, N.Y. : Henry
uring ; 7 days ; $4,560 0. Booker; Fluid Mechotice In the Ione
Helmut Welckmann, Chairman ; dfecha- ephere; 7 days ; $12,000
n(am.8 of Precipttatton Formation; $25,000 ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, Chicago.
Problems of hfodern Geodesy; 2 days; Ill. ; Thomas Park, Department of Zoology;
%6.800 Btudy Comrnlttee OTI Ecology; 3 years;
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OR MINING METAL- $24,000
LUBGICAL. AND PETROLEUM ENQINHIEBS, New ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY, UNIVEHSITP or
York, N.Y. TEXAS, Austin, Tex. ; b’ympoaium on Liquid
Augustus B. Klnsel; International Hymn- Dielectrics; 5 days; $3,300
aos(um on the Phu8ical Chem4etru Of PrOOe88
c-- FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee,
Yetallurgy; 4 days ; $3,500 Fla. ; Second Uonferenoe on the Nuclear Op-
R. W. Shearman; i9ympoeium on “Obser- tical Yodel; 2 days ; $5,600
vations on Dislocationa”; 5 days : $600 UNIVERSITY OF FLORID.& Gainesville, Fla. ;
Technical Conference on the Physical fiympoaium on Planetary Radio Aetronomy;
hfetallurgy of Btrees-Corroeion Fracture; 2 1 day; $750
days ; $2,500 FOKDHAM UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y.;
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION, Wash- Symposium on Petroleum Geochemistry; 1
ington, D.C. ; Milton 0. Lee, General Secre- day ; $1.500
tary; Fifth Internatfonal Congrese on Nu- P~~NDATION AOR INSTRUMENTATION EDUCA-
trttion; 6 days ; $25,000 TION AND RESE.~RCH, New York, N.Y.; Pilot
AMERICAN MATHE~~ATICAL SOCIETY, Provi- Sross-DZscipltnary Clinic on the Inetrumenta-
dence, Rhode Island ; Dr. J. H. Curtlss, Er- tion Requirement8 for Cloud and Weather
ecutlve Director ; Bympoeium of Partially
Modiflcatioa; 3 days: $5,100
Ordered rgets in Lattice Theory; 3 months; UNIVEKSITY OF ILLINOIS, Urbana, Ill. ; Fourth
$6,000 Biennial &mpositrn on Animal Reproduc-
AMIRICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY. Boston,
tion; 3 days; $2,000
Mass. ; Interdkrciplinary Conference on At-
mospherio Pollution; 2 days ; $1,000 KAISER FOUNDATION RESEARCI~ INSTITUTE,
AMERICAN ‘SOCIETY OF HEATING AND AIR- Oakland, Callf. ; Symposium on ComparatiVe
CONDITIONINO ENBINEERS ; Annual dfeeting Biochemistry of Photoreceptiae Pigment8;
of the American Society of Heating and Air- 4 days: $3,500
Conditiontno Enaineers : 2 months : $750 Loxo ISLAND BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Cold
A&~RICAN lSocrm~~ OF ZOOLOCI~TS, DEPART- Spring Harbor, N.Y. ; Dr. hi. Demerec, Dlrec-
MENT OF ZOOLOGY, Stanford Unlverslty, tor ; Symposium on Quantitative Biology,’
Stanford, Callf.; Dr. Victor Twitty. Presi- 7 days; $6,500
dent : Two Regtonal Developmental Biology MARINE BIOLOQICAL LABORATORY, Woods
Conferenaee; 1 week; $1,800 Hole, Mass. ; Workshop on Biological Phe-
Boyce THOMPSON INSTITUTE FOR PLANT RE- nomena at Submolecular Levele; 1 year;
SEARCA, INC., Yonkers, N.Y. ; Inte?%utiOfloI $10,000
Conference on Plant Growth Regulation; 4 UNIVEHSITY OP MIC~IQAN, Ann Arbor, Mlch. ;
days ; $7,500 Conference on Optical Pumping; 5 days;
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOQY, Los $4,600
Angeles, Cnllf. ; International Bympoeium on UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, Mlnneapolls,
ClrcuU and Information Theory; 3 days; Mlml.
$1,700 Sympoaiwn on Radioisotopea in the Bio-
UNIVERSITY OB CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, Callf. ; sphere; 4 days; $14,050
Fourth Berkeley Bympoeium 0% Xathemati- MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN, St. Louis,
cat Btat48tics and Probabfllty; 6 weeks; MO. ; b’ymposium on &stemathe: Biogeogro-
$25,000 phy; 2 days; $1,500

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NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ‘SCIENCES-NATIONAI L era or i3oienoe and Yathematior; 10
~ESEAECH COUNCIL, Washington. D.C. months ; $239,600
Commtttee on Nuclear Science; 2 years BOSTON COLL~QE, Chestnut Hill, I&ass.;
$27,600 Academic Year Inetitute jar HQh School
John S. Coleman ; Conference in dfolecula Teacher8 oj Mathematics; 11 months;
Radiobiology; 3 days ; $8,700 $193.100
S. ‘S. Wilks, Division of Nathematics ; Th, BROWN UNIVERSITY. Providence. R.I. ; Aoa-
Design and Conduct of tleeearch Proyram demic Year Inetltute jor High Sohool Teaoh-
in Weather Modification; 3 days; $lO,OO( era 01 Science and MathematiC8; 12 months ;
NATIONAL ACADEMY OB SCIENCIGS, Washing $321,700
ton, B.C.; Preparution and Distribution o, UNIV~BSITY OB CHICAQO, Chicago, Ill. ; Sum-
Chemical Compound8 of Certified Hi01 1 mer Program in Connection with the 1958-69
Purity; 2 days ; $3,900 Acadentio Year Inetitute; 10 weeks ; $34,600
Nrw YORK ZOoLoGICAL SoCIETY, New York UNIVSRSITY OB COLOBADO, Boulder, Colo.
N.Y. ; Fairfield Osborn, President ; Bcologg Aoadernic Year Institute for High School
and Behavior oj the kfountain Gorilla; : Teacher8 of Science and Yathematiu8; 12
days ; $1,000 months ; $330,000
NORTHWSSTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, 111. UNIV~BSITY OB QEORQIA, Athens. Qa.; Aoa-
dfidweet Conference on Theoretical Physica, den& Year Znetitute for Hioh SOhool Teaoh-
2 days; $1,500 ers oj Science and M&hen&a&e; 12 months ;
OU~GON STATS COLLEGE, Corvallla, Oreg. $265,900
S:ympoaium olt Color Center8 in Alkul I HABVAED UNIVERSITY, Cambridge. Mass.
Halides; 3 days ; $1,000 Acadernnic Year Institute /or High Sohool
UNIV~ERSITY 0~ PUERTO RICO, Mayaguez, Teacher8 oj Science and Mathematior; 10
P.R. ; Second Caribbean Geological Confer. months ; $280,400
ence; 6 days ; $8,625 Summer Program in Connection with the
UNIYBRSITF Oe ROC~IBYTER, Rochester, N.Y 195849 Academic Year Institute; 8 weeks ;
Conference on High Energy Physiou; 11 $2,800
days ; $32,000 UNIVERSITY 01 HAWAII, Honolulu, Hawaii ;
Academic Year Inetitute jor trioh School
Malcolm P. Savedoff, Department ol . Z’eaohere oj Scienoe and hfathematioe; 10
Physice ; Sumpo8ium on the Astronorn&ai j
months ; $125,200
Aspect8 oj Cosmic Rays; 1 day; $2,000 UNIVERSITY OB ILLINOIS, Urbana. Ill.
Socla~ YCI%NCB RE~EAKCH COUNCIL, Nen Academia Year Institute for Hioh Sohool
York, N.Y. ; Conference on th,e IIietory o,
the Use of QuaMitative hfethode in the
and College Teacher8 of blathekatice; 12
sciences; 2. daya ; $10,000
uloIlths: $359.500
Acadentic Year Institute jar High Sohoot
SOCIPTY FOT ‘r~lli STUUY OB DEVELOPMMNI Teaohers of Mathematics; 8 weeks ; $274,800
AND GROWTII, UNIVERSITY OF PSNNSYLVANIA, ! IOWA STATS TEACHERS COLLEQ~, Cedar Falls,
Philadelphia; Pa. ; Eighteenth Growth Sym. Iowa
poaizrm; 1 week; $5,000 Academic Year Institute for High School
STaNxWaD UNIvEHWrY, Stanford, Callf. Teacher8 oj Science and MathematiO8; 12
Colloquium olt Creep in Structures; 6’ ;WJnths ; $327,600
days ; $9,000 Summer Program in Connection with
Patrick ‘Suppes : International Conoreee in I1958-59 Academic Year Inetitute for HQh
Logic, M&o-do&/, and Philosophy oj f lohool Teacher8 oj 8cience and MathematiO8;
Science : 9 dass : $30.000 L3 weeks; $12,560
UNI~XX&TY or ‘T~~~‘STATE OB NEW YOUK, IUNIVEBSITY OB KANSAS, Lawrence, Kans. ;
Albany, N.Y. ; William N. Fenton, New York lcademic Year Institute for High Sohool
State Museum and Science Service, Albany, Peaohere of hfathematioe; 10 months;
f Systematic Museums a8 Reeouroee b245,SOO
INd,y’iasic Research; 2 days; $4,600 LOUISIANA STATS UNIVESSITY AND A~~ICUL-
UNIVEESITY OP ‘l’ExAS, Austin, Ter.: W. PURAL AND NECHANICAL COLLE~IU. Baton
Frank Blair, Department of Zoology ; Verte- Rouge, La.; Aoademic Year Inatiiute jar
brate Speciatdon: 1 week : $1.500 ‘ligh School Teacher8 oj hfathematice; 12
UNIVEES~TY OB T&ONTO, !i?oronto, Ontarlo, nonths ; $258,500
Canada UNIVERSITY OB MICHIGAN, Ann Arbor, hIlch.
A Gympoeium OR the Differences Among Academia Year Institute for Hioh School
Globular Cluetere; 1 day; $3,200 5Peaohers oj science and tiathenatiO8; 12
Qeorge Sinclair ; Sympoeium on Eleotro- 1nonths ; $259,200
magnetic Theory; 6 days; $10,000 Summer Program in Connection with
U.S. ARMY MNGIN~ERY RESEARCH AND Dm- !958-59 Academic Year Institute for High
VELOPMBNT LABOEATOI~IES, Fort Belvoir, Va. ; : lahool Teacher8 of Science and dlathemat-
Symposium on Image Intensipcation; 2 days ; cs; 8 weeks; $16.800
$2,200 I JNIVERSITY OB MINNESOTA. Minneapolis,
UNIV~KSITY OB WASHINGTON, Seattle, Wash. ; 1din&; Academic Year Inetitute for Hloh
Conference on Plasma Physics; 6 days; hlohool Teaohere oj Mathematfoe; li month> ;
$5,000 ;330,200
f JNIVBHYITY OB Nnw MEXICO, Albuquerque,
EDUCATION IN THE SCIENCES PJ. Mex.; Aoadem4o Year Institute for High
e lohool Teacher8 of &fence and bfathe-
Academic Year Institute8 notice; 10 months ; $217,400
ARIZONA STATS: COLLEQE, Tempe. Arie. ; ; JNIVEBSITY OF NORTH CAEOLINA, Chapel Hill,
Academic Year Institute jot High Sohool t ?.C. ; Academia Year Inutitute jor High
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 12 afchool Teacher8 of Science and Mathemot-
months ; $300,900 il 98; 12 months ; $284,100
ATLANTA UNIV~BSITY, Atlanta, Qa.; Am t JNIV~RSITY OB NORTH DAKOTA, Grand Forks,
demic Year Inetitute for High Sohool Tea&- n 1. Dak. ; Academic Year Znetitute jar High

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School Teacher8 ol S&mce and Mathcmat. TeaOher8 oj Science and Mathematice; 10
its; 10 months ; $Z$O,SSO months ; $328,100
UNIVERSITY OA NOTRE DAME. Notre Dame. UNIVERSITY OF WIBCONSJN, Madison, Wis.
Ind. ; Academic Year Imti~ute for High Academic Year Institute for High School
School Teacher8 01 Mathematics; 12 months ; Teachers of Rcienae and Mathematles; 12
$2,09,900 months ; $289,700
OHIO STATE UNIVIRBITY, Columbus, Ohio Summer Z?ogram in Connection with
Academic Year Institute lor Iligh School 1958-59 Academic Year Institute for High
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 1 School Teacher8 of Scaence and Mathemat-
year ; $329,200 10 weeks ; $15,450
Summer Program in Connectlon with
1958-59 Academic Year Institute for High Course Content Improvement
School Teachers oj Science and Mathemat. A~XERICAN PIIYSIOLO~ICAL SOCIETY, Wash-
its; 10 weeks ; $22,750 ington, D.C. ; Final Preparation of Labora-
OKLAIIO&~A STATE UNIVERSITY, Stillwater, tory Experiment8 in General Phveiology; 1
Okla. ; Bummer Program in Connection with rear ; $2,300
the 1958-59 Academto Year Institute: 9 dMERICAN PHYTOPATHOLOQICAL SOCIETY,
weeks ; $8,700 THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, Madison,
OKLAAOM~ STATE UNIVERSITY OR A~RICUI,. Wis.; Preparation of a Sourcebook of Lab-
T”RE AND APPLIED SCIENCE, Stillwater, oratory and Field Exercises in Plant PathoZ-
Okla. ; Academic Year InetUute for High ogy; 18 months ; $8,500
School Teacher8 of Science and Yathematice; AVERICAN INSTITUTIO OR BI~LOCICAL Scr-
12 months : $269.100 ENCES, Washington, D.C. ; Bentley Glass ;
OREQON STATS COLLEGE, Corvallis, Oreg. Biological Science8 Curriculum Study Group;
Academic Year Institute for High School 27 months ; $738,200
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 12 UNIVERSITY OA ARIZONA, Tuscan, A&.; Ed-
months ; $273,500 ward N. Wise; Des{gn of an Integrated Set
Summer Program in Connection with of Instrument Building Blocks; 4 years;
1958-59 Acade& Year Institute for High $38,550
School Teacher8 of Science and Mathemat- ASSOCIATION OR LAEORATORY TEACHERS ;
ice; 8 weeks ; $22,850 New York, N.Y.: Herbert Horky; Develop-
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, University ment of Apparatus for Secondary School
Park, Pa. Science Cour8es : 1 vear : $1.000
Academic Year Institute for High School UNIVERSITY OF ti~t;~~~~&Berkeley, Callf.
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 10 Resource Book and Other Aid8 for Teach-
months ; $276,300 ing Undergraduate Coarse8 in Anthropology;
Summer Program in Connection &th 2 years ; $76,820
1955-59 Academic Year Institute for High L. Brewer and R. Karplus; Study 01
School Teacher8 of the Sciences; 6 weeks; Coar8e Content Improvement &n Elementary
$11,000 School Sciences; 1 year ; $43,000
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia. CASS INSTITUTE OB TECHNOLOQY, Cleveland,
Pa. ; Academic Year Institute for High Ohio: Workshov ov Hateriale in Elect&al
School Teacher8 or Science and Mathematics; Engineering Ed;lcatlon; 6 days ; $22,550
10 months ; $271,500 CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OB AMERICA, Washing-
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE, San Diego, Calif. ; ton, D.C. ; Gabriel D. Boehler ; Design and
Acadernio Year Institute for High School Construction oj an Inexpensive Superson&
Teacher8 of Mathematics; 12 months; Wind Tunnel Using Surplus Material%; 1
$276,200 year ; $14,260
STATS UNIVERSITY OR SOUTH DAKOTA, Ver-
million, 9. Dak.; Academic Year Institute CLA~H~ COLLEGE, Dubuque, Iowa ; Sister
jar High School Teacher8 of Science and Mars John Catherine: Construction of In-
Mathematics; 12 months: $315,000 ezp&iz;e Equipment’ for Undergraduate
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, Syracuse, N.Y. : Aca- Courses in Experimental Psychology; 1 year ;
demic Year Institute for High School Teach- $300
er8 of Science and Mathematics : 10 months : EARLHAM COLLEQ~, Richmond, Ind.; Lau-
$268.000 rence E. Strong: Study of a Central Theme
UNIVERSITY OP TEXAS, Austin, Tex. ; Aca- for Nigh School Chemietry; 13 months;
demic Year Institute lor Hiah School Teach- $90,000
er8 of Science and Mathematics; 12. months ; GREATER WASHINGTON EDUCATIONAL TILE-
$281,500 VISION ASSOCIATION, INC., Washington, D.C. ;
TUSKXXEE INSTITUTE, Tuskegee, Ala. ; Aca- Elementary-School Science Pilot Project; 6
demic Year Institute for High Schoot Teach- months ; $15,900
e+8 of Science and Mathematics; 10 months ; JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, Baltimore. Md. ;
$230,800 John Strong ; Program to Improve and Mod-
UNIVEE~ITY OP UTAH, Salt Lake City, Utah ernize Subieot-Matter Content and Inatruc-
Academic Year Institute for IIigh School tional blateriala in Optics at the College
Teacher8 of Science and &fatRematics; 12 Level; 2 years ; $27,530
months ; $300,000 KANSAS STATE COLLEGE OR AORICULTURE
Summer Program in Connection wJth AND APFLIED SCIENCE, Manhnttan, Kans. ;
1958-59 Academic Year Institute for High Henry M. Neeley, Jr.; Design and Develop-
School Teacher8 of Science and Mathemat- me?Lt of Transparent Over-lay Aid8 for
ics; 10 weeks ; $26,100 Teaching Basic Pr(ncipZe8 of Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF VIRQINIA, CHARLOTTESVILLE, Graphics; 1 year ; $3,840
Va. ; Acad@o Year Inetitute for High UNIVERSITY OB MICHIQAN RESEARCH INSTI-
School Teacher8 of Sotence and Mathematics; TUTE, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Wilbert J. Mc-
12 months ; $278,100 Keachie and John E. Milholland; Study of
WASRINQTON UNIVERSITY, St. Louis, MO. ; the Undergraduate Curriculum in PsychoZ-
Aoademfc Year Znstltute for High School ogy; 1 year ; $24,090

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MIDWEST RESEAECH INSTITUTE, Kansas City WESTERN MICHIQAN UNIVERSITY, Kalamazoo,
MO. Mlch. ; Haym Kruglak ; Preparation and
Thomas I. Marx; Development of Circu Publication of Laboratory Test Items for
Zatory Systent Model : 10 months ; $10,350 College Couraea in General Physics; 1 year ;
Thomas I. Marx ; Design and Developmen, $7,130
of Student Opthalmoscope; 4 months WEST VIRQINIA UNIVERSITY, Morgantown,
$1.720 W. Va. ; Development of Stereomicrophotog-
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, Minneapolis raphy and Other Method8 for the Study of
Mlnn. ; Teaching Resources Developmen; Submacroscopic Anatomy; 1 year ; $9,000
Workshop Conference in GeoZogg; 1 year YALE UNIVERSITY, New Haven, Corm. ; E. G.
$43,700 Begle ; School Mathematics Study Group;
NATIONAL ACADEMY OA SCIENCES-NATIONAI 1 year ; $1,250,000
RESEARCH COUNCIL, Washington, D.C.
Znterdieciplinary Program on Film8 ant In-Service Institute8
TeZevia%on in Science Education; 1 year UNIVERSITY OR AKRON, Akron, Ohio; Zn-
$37,900 Service Institute for Secondary School Teach-
Sourcebook of Laboratory and FieZs era of Science and Mathematice; 9 months ;
Studies for Secondary-School Biology; 3 $8,830
year ; $4,025 ALAnAMa COLLEQ~, Montevallo, Ala. : Zn-
R. M. Whaley ; Summer Study on Fundn Service Znntitute for Secondaru School Teaoh-
mental PrOCe88e8 in Education; 4 mouths we of Science and h4athemat~cs; 9 months;
$15,000 $12,370
Teaching Resourcrs Development Pro UNIVERSITY OA ALABAMA, University, Ala. ;
gram. in Oeologu; 2 years ; $31,280 In-Service Institute for Secondorg School
NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACH&RS ASSOCIATION Teacher8 of Science and Mathematicrr; 9
Washington, D.C. ; A Conference and Repor] months ; $28,420
012 Sdence in Secondur~ Schools, Grader ALBRI~HT Co~r,eoe, Reading, Pa. ; In-Service
7-12 : 6 months : $X4.000 Znatitute for Secondary School Teacher8 of
UNIV&ITY OR ‘ti,, MEXICO, Albuquerque Science and Mathematics ; 8 months : $6,720
N. Mex.; R. K. Moore; Development of Z<it A~IE~ICAN UNIVERSITY, Washington, ‘D.C. ;
Style Digital Computers for Construction In-Service Institute for Secondaru School
and Use by High School Students; 1 year Teacher8 of Science and Mathem&cs; 10
$20,000 months ; $19,840
NEW YORK UNIVIRRITY, New York, N.Y. ANTIOCII COLLH:~E, Yellow Springs, Ohio :
Improved Types of Chrietiansen Filters aw In-Service Znutitute for Secondary School
a Spectrophotometer Based Upon Them; 1 Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 10
year ; $7,000 months : .$20,500
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Columbus, Ohio AEI~ONA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tempe, Arle. ;
Znter~m Pzalming Committee for Chemistry, In-Service Institute for Secondarv School
6 months ; $11,500 Teacher8 of S&ewe . and Mathe&ticx; 9
PURDUE RESEARCII FOUNDATION, Lafayette months ; $12,030
Ind. ; Harold M. DeGroff ; Senior Laborntorg UNIVEIISITY OR ARIZONA, Tucson, Arle.; Zn-
in Aeronautical Engineering; 6 months : Service Institute for Secondary School Teach-
$9,310 cr8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 months;
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Troy $5,900
BALL STATE TEACIIERS COLLEOI, Muncie,
N.Y. In& : In-Service Znetitute for Secondaru
Walter Eppensteln ; Development of Neu: SchobZ Teacher8 of Science and Mather&-
V&uaZ Alds for Demonstration Lecture8 in its; 8 months ; $10,650
Physics; 1 year ; $5,750 BAYI.OI~ UNIVERSITY, Waco, Tex. ; In-Service
Harry F. Melners ; Dwelopment of an Institute for Secondary School Teacher8 of
Wlsctronic Planetarium and Motion Pictures Science and Mathematics; 9 months ; $7,300
on Satellite hfotion and Celestial Mechanic8; BETIIANY COLLEGE, Bethans, W. Va.: Zn-
18 months : $15,870 Scrvlce Znatitute for Second&y School Teach-
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Stanford, Calif. ; Ea. er8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 months:
nsrimental Teachino of Mathematics in tht $6,080
Elementary School, 2. years ; $64,680 BISI~OP COLLE~R, Marshall, Tex. ; In-Serulce
STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, Iowa City, Iowa. Institute for Secondaru SchooZ Teacher8 of
R. T. Sanderson ; DeveZopment of Chemis- S&ewe and Mathematics; 9 months ; $14,540
try Teaching Aids; 3 years; $10,350 BOSTON COLI,EGE, Chestnut Hill, Mass.
ProducUon of a Filmed Lecture-Demon- In-Service Zltstitutes for High School
stration on New Models Designed ns Chemia- Teacher8 of Science and Mathematice; 10
try Teaching Aids; 4 months; $2,500 months ; $2,400
Development of Teaching Aids for Analog In-Service Znstituto for Secondary School
Computer Instruction; 1 year ; $3,690 Teachers of Science and Mathematics: 8
UNIVERSITY OR VERMONT,. Burlington, Vt. ; months ; $18,700
Nelson L. Walbrldge; Design and Construc- I~OWDOIN COI,I,EGE, Brunswick, Maine : Zn-
tion of Demonstration Ripple Tanks; 1 year ; Scroice Institute for Secondary School Teach-
$8,720 era of b%ence awd Mothematice: 8 months:
WABASH COI~LEG~, Crawfordsvllle, Ind. : $9,460
Louis E. DeLanney ; Teaching aid8 for BOWIJNCI GREEN ST.\TE UNIVERSITY, Bowling
Course8 in Embrvoloou and Comoarative Green, Ohio; In-Service Znatltute for Sec-
Anatomy; 2 years ;-$6,%0 ondnry School Teacher8 of Science and Mnth-
WALDEMAR MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION, ematics; 9 months ; $12,450
INC., Port Washington, Long Island, N.Y. ; BRIDGEWATER COLLEOE, Bridgewater, Va. :
Norman Molomut : Design and Construction In-Service Institute for Becondarff School
of Znd+viduaZ Lnborat& Kit8 for ZIigh Teacher8 of Soience -and Yathe?&tcs; 8
School Bfology Courses; 1 year; $5,160 months ; $14,710

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BRIOBA.Y Yonao U~IVIDRSITP, Provo, Utah: CONCORD COLLIQBI, Athens, W. Va. ; In-Serv-
In-Service Inetitute lor Secondary School 6ce Inetitute jor Secondary School Teacher8
Teacher8 01 Sctence and hfathematies; 8 01 Sdence and kfathematics; 9 months;
months : $4.660 $9,310
BROWN U&ERSITY, Providence R.I. : In- CONCOBDIA COLL~XJE, Moorhead, Mlnn. ; In-
Bervfce Inrrtitute for Eecondarv School Teach- Service InetHute jar Secondary School
era o/ Bcience and diathemattcs; 9 months ; Teacher8 of Science and Afathemotku; 9
$4.800 mouths ; $17,230
BRYN Mawa COLLEQ~. Bryn Mawr, Pa.: In- UNIVERSITY OB CONNEXTICIJT, Storrs, Corm.:
Service Institute for Secondary School Teach- In-Servtce Institute for Secondary School
er8 of S&ewe and Mathematfcs; 8 months ; Teacher8 oj Science and bfathematice; 10
$10,160 months ; $20,760
BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY, Lawlsburg, Pa. DABTMOUTH COLLIDOHI, Hanover, N.H.; Zn-
In-Service Institute Ior Secondary School Service Znetltute for Eeoondaru School
Teachers of Science and hfathematlcs: 9 Teacher8 of Bcience and MathematiCU; 7
months ; $3;770 months ; $11,200
In-Service Inst4tute in Bioloou for Ele- UNIVERSITY or DELAWARE. Newark, Del.:
nentary School Teachers; 8 mouths’; $4,300 In-Service Institute lor Secondary Ychool
UNIVERSITY or Bnrsn~o, Buffalo, N.Y.: In- Teachers of Science and hfathematiC8; 9
Service Inetdtute for Secondary School Teach- months ; $5.400
era of Sctence and Mathematice; 8 months; UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT, Detrelt. Mfch. ;
$5,930 In-Service Institute jar Secondary School
BUTLER UNIVERSITY, Indianapolis, Ind. : In- Teacher8 01 Science and dlathematics; 10
Service Institute Ior Seconda?/ School mouths ; $10,460
Teacher8 01 Science and Mathematics; 9
mouths ; $16,080 DRAKE UNIVEHBITY, Des Moines, Iowa;
UNIVERBITY OB CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, Callf. In-Bervioe Institute for secondary School
In-Service Institute for Secondary School Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9
Teacher8 01 Science and Mathematice; 8 months ; $14,830
months ; $8,190 EASTERN MICHIQAN COLLEQB, Ypsllantl.
In-Service Institute ror Secondary School Mich. : In-Service Institute for Secondary
Teachers of Science and hfathematlcs; 8 School Teacher8 oj Science and hiathe-
months ; $7,920 matice; 9 months; $6,400
In-Service Institute jor Secondary School EMORY UNIVIBBITY, Atlanta. Qa.
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 8 In-Service Inetitute in Mathematfos jor
months : $6,030 Elementary School TeaCher8; 8 months;
In-Service Institute Ior Secondary School $7,500
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 8 In-Service Institute lor Secondary School
months : $4,880 Teacher8 01 Xcience and Mathematice; 9
CASIO IN~TITDTE OP TQCHNOLOQY, Cleveland, months ; $15,680
Ohio EVANSVILLE COLLDQI, Evansville, Ind. ; In-
In-Service Institute for Secondary School Service Znetitute jar Seoondarg School Teach-
Teacher8 of Science and htathematics: 9 ere of Xcience and Mathematics; 9 months ;
months ; $9,760 $4,530
In-Service Institute for Xecondary School FENN COLLEQE, Cleveland, Ohlo : In-service
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 Institute for Secondary School Teachers
months : $13,510 of Science and Mathemat6cs; 8 months;
CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEOB~, Mount Pleas- $6,700
ant. Mich. : In-Service Znstltute for Second- FISK UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Tenn. ; In-Berv-
ary. School’ Teacher8 of Science hnd Nathe- ice Institute for Secondary School Teachers
matice; 9 months ; $8,600 of Science and Mathematice; 8 months;
CENTRAL STAT&? COLLEGEI, Edmond, Okla.: $6,240
In-Sercice Inetitute for Secondary 8ckool FLORIDA STATS UNIVBIRSITY. Tallahassee,
Teacher8 of Science and hfathematice; 9 Fla.
months ; $3,680 In-Service Institute lot Secondary Bohool
;~;~RSITY or ~Canrra~ooo~, Chattanooga, Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 10
. ; In-Sertwce Instrtute Ior Secondary months ; $37,970
School Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; In-Service Inetitute jor Secondary School
9 months ; $15,420 Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9
COLORADO STATE COLLEGE, Qreeley, Colo. months ; $8,150
In-Service Inetitute for Secondary Rchool FORDHAM UNIVERBITY. New York. N.P.:
Teacher8 of Science and hfathemattcce; 9 In-Service Znetitute &r Secondary’ Sohooi
months : $8,106 Teacher8 o/ Science and Hathematiuu; 8
In-Service Institute jar Secondary School months ; $10,150
Teacher8 of Science and illathematics; 9 QB~NEVA COLLEGE, Beaver Falls, Pa. ; In-Xerv-
months ; $7,430 Ice for Secondary School Teacher8 01 Science
In-Service Institute for Secondary School and Mathematics; 9 months; $10,570
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 GEORQ~; WASAIN~TON UNIV~BSITY, Washiug-
months ; $6,740 ton. D.C. : In-Service Institute for Secondaru
COLORADO STATS UNIVERSITY, Fort Collins, School Teacher8 of Science anddiathematioa;
Cola. ; In-Service Instttute for Secondary 9 months; $3,400
School Teacher8 01 Science and Mathematice; HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Hampton, Va. ; In-Xeru-
9 months ; $3,080 ice Institute for Secondary School Teacher8
UNIVEESITY OF COMSADO, Boulder, Cola. ; of Sctence and Mathemattoe; 9 months;
In-Xervice Inetitute for Secondary School $15,000
Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 9 UNXVER~ITY 0~ HAWAII, Honolulu, Hawali ;
months ; $3.830 In-Servioe Institute for 19econdarg Sohool
Teaohws oj Bclenoe and diathemot(ce; E Teachers oj Eofence ond Mathematics; 0
montha ; $16,000 months ; $6,800
HIRAM COLLQQI, Hiram, Ohio; In-&t-&x LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Lincoln University,
Institute for Beoondary LZohool Teaohers ol Pa. ; In-Service Znetitute jor Seoondary
lgctenoe ond Mathematics; 0 months ; $s.lOa School Teachers of Ek?ienoe and hfothemut-
COLLEos OP THm HOLY CROss, Worcester, ice; 8 mouths ; $9,430
Mass. ; In-Bervice Znatitute for Neoondary LONG WACH STATE COLLEQBI, Long Beach,
Bohool Teachers of Botenoe and iUothemo#oe, Calif. ; In-Xervice Znetttute jor Becondorg
8 months ; $5,060 RchooZ Teachore of Bdence and Atathe-
UNIVICWITY OF HOUSTON, Houston, Tex.; math; B mouths; $8,540
;Shp;.sHatfleld, Chairman, Department of UNIVERSITY or LOUISVILLE, Louisville, Ky. ;
; In-Hervice Institute for High In-Service Institute for Becondarg BohooZ
School Teachers oj Bodenoe and Yathemat. Teacher8 oj Science ond Mathematics; 9
ice; 37 weeks; $ll,BSO mouths ; $3,600
ILLINOIS COLLEOs, Jacksonville, Ill. ; In-Bet-v LOUISIANA ST‘IT~ UNIVERSITY *ND AQRICUL-
iOf3 Institute jar Secondary Bohool Teachers TURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEQID, Baton
Of 8OZenOe and MathemOtic8; 8 mouths; Rouge, La. ; In-Bervioe Znatitute jor Seoond-
$4,330 arg Bohool Teacher.9 oj Soienoe and Mathe-
ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOQY, Chi. a~otic8; 9 mouths ; $5.650
cage, Ill. ; In-8erViOe Znatitute for Beoond- MANHATTAN COLLEGE, New York, N.Y.; Zn-
a~ b’chool Teacher8 of Science and Mathe- Service Institute for b’econdorg School
motioe; 8 mouths; $30,500 Teachers of Science and Mathemattoe; 8
INMACULATA CoLLsae, Immaculata, Pa. ; months ; $6,330
In-Bervice Znstftute jor Secondary &hool MARIAN COLLEGE, Indianapolls, Ind. ; Zn-
Teacher8 of Botence and Mothernotice; 0 Service Znetitute for Secondary ,Sohool
mouths ; $10,000 Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 8
INMACULATN HEART COLLEQI. Los Angeles, months ; $3,820
Calif. ; In-Service Institute jor Beoondory MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, Milwaukee, Wls. ;
b’ohool Teachers of Botence and Mathemat- In-Rervice Institute for secondary School
ice; 9 mouths; $8,520 ‘I’rachers oj Science and Mathematics; B
INDIANA CENTRAL COLLEB~, Indianapolis, mouths ; $4,850
Ind. ; In-Service Znstltute for Beoondarg M.tayoaovn COLLECN, Detroit. Mich. ; Zn-
Bchool Teacher8 oj b’cienoe and hfothemat- Scrvice Znetitute for Secondary Bohool
ice; 9 mouths; $7,020 Teacher8 of Science and Mathemattos; 8
INDIANA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGID, Terre mouths ; $5,250
Haute, Ind. : In-Service Znetitute for Becosd- F~IVERSITY OR MARYLAND, College Park,
ary School Teacher8 of +Ycfence and hiothe-
matics; 8 months ; $6,400 .: In-Service Institute for Seoondaru
Teachers oj b’cienoe and %athematlos; i
INDIANA UNIV~RSITP FOUNDATION, Bloomlng- months ; $15.660
ton, Ind. ; In-b’ervice Znst4tute for Secondary
Bohool Teacher.9 oj Hcienoe ond hfothemat- MAHYLHUR& COLLEQE, Marylhurst, Oreg. ;
ice; B mouths; $6,680 In-Service Znetitwte for secondary Bohool
INCARNATE WORD CoLLEQE, San Antonlo. Teachers oj Science and Mathematice; 8
School mouths; $5,180
Tex. : In-Service jor Secondary
Teacher8 oj Boienoe and hfothemattoe; 0 UNIIVEILSITY OR MASSACHUSETTS, Amherst,
months ; $8,950 ivnss. ; In-Service Institute for b’econdory
INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OB PU~BTO School Teachers oj science and hfothe-
RICO, San Qerman, P.R.; Is-8erVloe Znstl- ?natics; 10 mouths ; $28,475
tute in Bciences jor Elementary &ho01 MIAMI UNIVEHSITY, Oxford, Ohio ; In-Berulce
Teacher8 and &pervleors; B mouths: Institute for Xecondarg School Teachers of
$20,200 Science and Mathematics; 9 months ; $6,130
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, Baltimore, UNIVERSITY OR MIAMI, Coral Gables, Fla.
Md. : In-Bervioe Institute for Becondory In-Service Institute for High &ho02
school Teacher8 oj Boience and hiathemot- Teacher8 oj Science ond hfathemotiee; 10
ice; 8 mouths: $10,200 months ; $650
KANSAS STATE COLLEQ~ op AQUICULTURE AND In-Service Inetitute for Geoondarg Bohool
APPLIDD SCIHINC~, Manhattan, Kans. ; Zn- Teacherfi of Science and Mathematior; 10
service Institute jor Secondary Bohool month ; $13,420
Teachers of Bcienoe and Mathematioe: - 0 MICHIIXN STATE UNIVERSITY op AQRICUL-
mouths : $i,llO TURN AND ABPPLI~I) SCIENCE, Lansing, Mich.
KANSAS STATE TEIACAERS Co~~mas, Emporia In-h’ervice Institute for High BchooZ
Kane. ; In-Hervice Institute for seconda Teaclqere oj Bclerrce and Mathemotice; 10
Bohool Teaohere oj Poienoe and Mothernot. months ; $1,500
$08; 9 mouths; $1?,200 In-Service Inetitute for secondary school
KANSAS STATID TNACHNRS COLLBIQD, Pltts Teacher8 of Goience and Mathemotfoe; 9
burg, Kane. ; In-Bervice Znetitute jor 8ea months ; $11,900
ondaru School Teacher8 of Hctence and IMILWAUKEE ‘SCBOOL 08 ENGINEERINQ, Mll-
Mathentotioe; 0 mouths ; $0;600 waukee, Wis.
KNOX COLLI:GB, Galesburg, 111. ; In-Ber&x Zn4ervice Institute jar Beoondary Bohool
Institute for b’econdaru School Teachers 01 Teochera oj Boienoe and Mathematics; 0
Science aid Mathemat&s; B mouths ; $6,85i mouths ; $4,050
KNOXVILLE C~LLEQE, Knoxville, Term. ; In. M1891s81pp1 COr.LEar, Clinton, Miss. : In-
b’ervioe Institute for Becondorg School Service ZnetituSe for b’eoondorg Bohool
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematice; .5 Teachers oj &ienoe and Mothemottocs; B
mouths ; $16,040 mouths ; $26,440
LAKE FOREST COLLEou, Lake Forest, Ill.; MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN, ‘St. Louis,
In-Gervice Institute jor Gecondarg Bohool MO. ; In-Bervlce Znetttute for Beoondary

189
School Teachers of Science and Alathe- In-Service Institute in Biology for Elemen-
mat&; 6 months ; $3,030 :ary School Teacher8 and Supervisors; 9
UNIVEUSITY OF MIS~OIIEI, Columbia, MO. ; In- nonths, $7,700
serv~cs Institute for Secondary School UNIVERSITY OIP OREGON, Eugene, Ore&; In-
Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 8 Jervice Institute for Secondary School
months ; $7,960 l’eachers of Science and Mathematics; 8
UNIVERSITY OP MISSISSIPPI. University, nonths : $2,920
Miss. ; In-Service Institute for Secondary PACE COLLEGE, New York, N.Y. ; In-Service
School Teacher8 of Science and Mathe- institute for Secondary School Teacher8 of
matice; 9 months; $30,250 Scie%ce and &tathematice; 9 months;
MONTANA STATE UNIVERITY, Missoulu, $5,630
Mont. ; In-Service Institute tn Mathematics COLLEGE OA THE PACIBIC, Stockton, Calif.;
for Elementary School Teacher8 and Super- Iv&ervice Institute for Nb’econdary School
visore; 5 months ; $6,900 Teachers of Science antZ Muthcmatics; 9
I\IONTCLAIR STATE COLLEGS, UPpei- bfOIlt- months ; Z-$10,040
clair, NJ. ; In-Service Institute for Second- PAN AMERICAN COLLEGE, Edinbox, Tex. ;
ary SchooE Teacher8 of Science altd Mathe- In-Service Instituts for Secordary School
matics; 10 months ; $11,630 Tcachera of Science and Mathematics; 9
MOUNT MERCY COLLEGE, Pittsburgh, Pa. months : $10,830
William A. Uricchio, Chairman, Biology P~NXS~LVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, Univer-
Department ; In-Service Institute for High sity Park, Pa. ; In-Service Institute for SeC-
School Teacher8 of Biology; 10 months; osdary School Teachers of .Science and
$4,950 Mathematics; 9 months ; $40,750.
In-Service Institute for Secondary School UNIVEI~SITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia,
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 1%. ; In-Service Institute for Secondary
months ; $6;050 Scl~ool Teachers of Science and Mathe-
In-Service Inetitute for Secondary School matics; 9 months ; $12,120
Teachers of Science and Nathematica; 9 I:NIVERsITY otr PITTSBURGH, Pittsburgh,
months ; $5,000 Pa. ; In-Service Institute for Secondary
nfURHAY STATS COLLEGE, MurrRy, Ky.; In- School Teachers of Science and Mathemat-
Service Institute for Secondary School ics; 8 months ; $27,500
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 I’nars~~; VIEW AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN-
months ; $7,100 :CAL COLLEGIC, Prairie View, Tex.; In-SWV-
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y. :ce In,stitute for Seco?tdary School Teacher8
In-Service Institute for Secondary School ?[ Sciotzcc n?ld Mathematics; 9 months;
Teacher8 of Science and MathematiC8; 8 613,500
months ; $15,750 UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, Rio Piedms,
In-Service Inetitute for Secondary School P.R.
Teacher8 of Science and hfathematics; 8 Coordinated In-Service and Summer In-
months ; $6,670 stitute for High School Teacher8 of Science
NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE OB Aanr- zud Muthematics; $33,700
CULTUHIG AND ENGINEERING, Raleigh, N.C. : In.-Service institute for High School
In-Service Institute for Secondary School I’ectchers of Science and Hathematica; 9
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 lllontlls ; .$7,100
months ; $5,200 In-Service Inetitute fol Secondary School
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAnOLINA, Chapel Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 9
Hill, N.C.; In-Service Institute for Second- months ; $10,420
ary SclbooZ Teacher8 of SoZence and Mathe- COLLEGE OF Puom~ Sousr~, Tneoma, Wash. ;
matice; 9 months ; $6,850 Gordon D. Alcorn, Department of Biology;
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, De Knlb, In-Service Institute for Secondaw School
Ill. : In-Service Inetitute for Seco?Ldaru Scierrce Teachera; 10 mouths ; $3,500
B&o1 Teacher8 of Science bzd Mathemai- PURDUE RESEAI~CH FOUNDATION, Lafayette,
its; 9 months ; $7,090 Ind. ; In-Service Institute for Secondary
NORTHLAND COLLEGE, Ashland, Wis. : In- School Teachers of Science and Mathemat-
Service Inetitute for Secondary School ics, 9 months; $26,660
Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 9 UNIVERSITY OA REDLANDS, Redlands, Calif. ;
months ; $8,630 Ia-Service Institute for Secondary School
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, Ill. Teacher8 of Science aud. Mathematics; 8
In-Service I?Lstltute for Secondary School months ; $5.080
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics: 9 REED COLLEGE, Portland, Oreg. ; In-Service
months ; $8,760 Institute for Secondary School Teacher8 of
In-Service Institute in Mathematics for Science and Mathematics; 9 months;
Elementary School Principals and SupervC $14,350
sors; 4 months ; $4,400 RESEAI~CH FOUNDATION OR STATE UNIVERSITY
OHIO UNIVEBYITY, Athens, Ohio ; In-Service OB NEW YORK, Albany, N.Y. ; IlkService In-
Inetitute for Secondary School Teacher8 of stitute for Secondary School Teachers of
Science and Mathematics; 9 months ; $4,330 Science and Mathematics; 9 months;
OKLAHONA STATB UNIV~I~SITY oe Aamcu~. $13,560
TURE AND A~I%IED SCIENCE, Stillwater, ItUTGEBS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY, New
Okla. ; In-Service Institute for Secondary Brunswick, N.J.
School Teacher8 of Science and Mathe- I?r-Service Institute for Secondary School
matks; 9 months ; $8,630 Teaehcrs of Science and Mathematics; 9
UNIVERSITY OA OKLAHOMA, Norman, Okla. months ; $li,490
In-Service Institute for Secondary School In-Service Institute for Secondary School
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 10
months ; $16,280 months ; $6,750

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In-Xervice Institute in Earth Soknees fog SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY AND AQRICDLTIIRAL
Elementary School Teacher8 and Xupervi. AND MECHANICAL COLI,EOE, Baton Rouge,
sors; 0 months: $6,300 LG. ; In-Service Institute for Secondary
SACBAMENTO STATIC COLLEGD FOUNDATION Xchool Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics;
Sacramento, Calif. : In-Service Institute to; 9 months; $7,950
Becondary XchooZ Teachers ot Science f&d SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA INSTITUTQ, Lafay-
Mathematics; 9 months ; $5,870 ette, La. ; In-Service Institute for Xecondary
SAINT AUGUSTINE’S CO~~COE, Raleigh, N.C. : School Teacher8 of Science and Mathematioe;
In-Service Institute for Secondary School 9 months ; $21.930
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 9 SOUTIIWESTfi:RN AT ME~IPHIS, Memphis.
months ; $6,640 Term. ; In-Service Institute for Xecondary
COI,LBQE OR ST. BENEDICT, St. Joseph, School Teacher8 of Xcience and Mathematics;
Mlnn. ; In-Servfce Institute for Secondary 8 months ; $5,430
XchooZ Teacher8 of Science and Mathemat. STATE TEACHERS Corz+c.e, Salem, Mass.
its; 0 months; $9,480 In-Service Institute for secondary Xchool
COLLBGE OF SAINT CATHERINE, St. Paul, Teachers of Xcience and dfathematics; 8
Minn. ; In-Service Institute in Mathematics months ; $10,090
for Elementary School Teacher8 and Xuper. In-Service Institute in Mathematlce for
vieore; 8 months ; $4,100 Elementary School Teachers, Xupervisors,
SAINT LOUIS UNIVEH~ITY, St. Iouis, MO. : and principals; 9 months ; $3,900
In-Service Institute for Secondary School STATB TEACIIEFLY COLLEGE, Lyndon Center,
Teacher8 of Xcience and Mathematics; 9 vt. : In-Service Institute for Secondarv
months ; $7,250 XchooZ Teacher8 of Xcienie and Math-
SAINT NOBERT COLI,EGQ, West DePere, Wls. ; matics : 10 months : $7.8RO
In-Service Institute for Secondary School STATE -UNIVERSITY OR SOUTH DAKOTA, Ver-
Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 10 million, 5. Dak. ; In-Service Institute for
months ; $2,980 Secondary School Teacher8 of Xciace and
COI,I,EGE OA ST. THOMAS, St. Paul, Minn. ; Mathematics; 9 months ; $6,870
In-Service Institute for Secondary School STEVENS INSTITUTB 0~ TWRN~LOGY, HO-
Teachers of Science and Mathematice: 8 boken, N.J. ; In-Service Institute for Xec-
months ; $11,820 ondary XchooZ Teacher8 of Xcienoe and
ST. Xavma COLLEGE, Chicago, Ill. ; In-Serv- Mathematics; 9 months ; $12,930
ice Institute for Secondary School Teachers Syn~cusa UNIV~WITY, Syracuse, N.Y. ; Zn-
of Xcience and Mathematics; 8 months: Service Institute for Secondary XchooZ
$5,400 Teacher8 of Xctence and Mathematics; 9
SAN Josa STATIG COLLEQE, San Jose, Calif. months ; $16,950
In-ffervice Institute for Secondarv School TEACIIERS COLLEGB, COLU~~BIA UNIVERSITY,
Teacher8 of Xcience &d Mathe&&?; 0 New York, N.Y.; In-Service Institute for
months ; $10,300 Secondary School Teacher8 of Xcience and
In-Service Iurtitute for Secondary School Mathematics; 8 months ; $8,820
Teachers of Science and JfatAematics; 0 ‘TEMPLE UNIYERSITP, Philadelphia, Pa. ; In-
months ; $3,400 Service Institute for Secondary XchooZ
UNIVERSITY OB SANTA CLARA, Santa Clara, Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 9
Callf. ; In-Service Institute for Seconderl/ months ; $10,990
School Teachers of Science and Mathemat- TENNESSEE AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL
ics; 9 months ; $25.000 STATE UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Term. ; In-
SARAH LAWRENCE COLLEGE, Bronxville, Service Znetitute for Xecondary XchooZ
N.Y. : In-Service Institute for Secondaw Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 9
SchobZ Teacher8 of Xoience and Mathem& months ; 810,080
(es,’ 8 months ; $8,600 T~NN~SS%E POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Cooke-
UNIVERSITY OB SCRANTON, Scranton, Pa. sib, Term., ; In-Service Institute for Xec-
In-Service Institute for Secondary School ondary School Teachers of Science and
Teachers of Science and Mathematics; 9 Mathematics; 9 months ; $15,230
months ; $4,640 MIDDLE TENNESSP.E STATE COLLBQE, Mur-
In-Service Institute for Secondary School Preesboro, Term. : In-Xervice Institute for
Teacher8 of Science and dlathematice: _ 9 Secondary School Teacher8 of Science &d
months ; $3;350 Mathematics : 9 months : S12.750
SHAW UNIVERSITY, Raleigh, N.C. ; In-Service TEXAS WOM~N’S IJN&&~;;,~ Denton, Ter. :
Institute for Elementaru School Teachers Tn-Service Institute for Elementary XchooZ
and Super&sors of Scienceand Mathematics; Teachers and Supervisors of Xcience and
9 months ; $6,100 Yathematica; 4 months ; $9,200
SHOKTER COLLEOE, Rome, Ga. : In-Service EAST TEXAS STATE COLLEGE, Commerce,
Institute for Xecondary XchooZ Teacher8 of Tex.
Science and Mathematics; 9 months ; $11,500 In-Xervice Institute for secondary XchooZ
SOUTH DAKOTA STATB COLLEGE OF AGRICUL- Teacher8 of Xcience and Mathematics; 0
TURIE AND MECHANIC ARTS, Brookings, months ; $8,130
S. Dak. : In-XervZce Institute for Secondary In-Service Institute for Secondary School
XchooZ Teacher8 of Xcience and Mathematics; Teacher8 of Xcience and Mathematics; 9
9 months ; $11,480 months ; $5,330
SOUTHERN STATS COGLEGI, Durant, Okla. : In-Service Institute for Secondary XchooZ
In-Service Inetitute for Xecondaru School Teachers of Xcience and Mathematics; 9
Teacher8 of Xcience and Mathematics; 9 months ; $4,740
months : $13.160 In-Service Institute for Xecondary XchooZ
SOUTAEBN METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Dallas, Teachers of Science and Mathematlce: 9
Tex. ; In-Xervice Institute for Secondary months ; $8;060
School Teachers of Xctenoe and Mathematlca; NORTH TEXAS STATA~ COLLEGE, Denton, Tex. ;
9 months ; $4,900 In-Service Institute for Secondary XchooZ

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Teachers of S&no6 and diathemattos; 8 Teaahwe of Sotence and Mathematto8; 9
months ; $5,940 mouths ; $8,100
UNIVERSITY OP TOLEDO, Toledo, Ohio; In- WILLIAMS COLLEOE, Williamstown, Mass. ;
Service Zsatttute for Secondary School Irr-Service Institute for Seoondary School
Teuchws of Science and Yathematb8; 9 Teacher8 of Science and Mathematice; 8
months ; $8,580 months : $7.180
Touoamo SOUTHERI~ CHRIsTIAN COLLDOI, WOMAN’S COLLEQPI OB THE UNIVEESITY OF
Tougsloo. &flea. ; In-Sewtoe Institute for NORTH CAROLINA. Greensboro. N. C. * r*-
Seoondasy School Teacher8 of SdenCe and Service Znatitutc for Secoklary Sblrool
bfathematfce; 8 mouths ; $13,200 Teacher8 of Solenoe and hiathemutias; 9
UNION COLLEGE AND UNIVEEBITY. Scbenee- mouths : $27,100
tadg, N.Y.; In-Service Institute for Second- WOSCESTIEE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Wor-
ary School Teacher8 of Sctence and Mathe cester, Mass. ; In-Service Znetitute for Seo-
matica; 9 mouths ; $12,000 ondary School Teachers of Science and
UNIVEE~ITY OB UTAH, Sslt Lake City, Utah ; Kathematios; 9 mouths ; $9,500
In-Service Znetitute for Secondary School YAW UNIVERSITY, New Haven, Corm.; In-
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematice; 9 Sew&e Institute for Secondary School
mouths ; $7,650 Teacher8 of Science and Yathenatice; 8
UTAH STATE UNIVEESITY OB ABRICULTUUQ mouths ; $11,650
AND APPLIED SCIENCE, Logan, Utah; Zn- YESHIVA UNIVERSITY, New York N.Y.; In-
Service Znetttute for Secondary School Service Znetitute for Seovndary School
Teacher8 of Science and Muthematfc8; 9 Teachers of Science and Mathemattcs; 9
mouths ; $8,330 mouths ; $17,680
VILLANOVA UNIVEESITY, Villanova, Pa. ; In. XAVIER UNIVEBLIITY, Cincinnati, Ohio : In-
Service Institute for Secondary School Rervke Znetttute for Secondary School
Teacher8 of Science atid Mathemattcs; g Teacher8 of Science and bfathematice; 9
mouths ; $23,560 months ; $7,120
VIRQINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Blacks. Summer Inetitutes
burg, Va.; In-Service Institute for Second.
ary School Teacher8 of Mathematbe; 6 AD~LPHI COLLEQ~, Garden City, N.Y.;
mouths ; 317,970 Summer Znetttute in Radiation Bioloflu,
UNIVIUR~ITY OF VIRQINIA, CharlOtte8&Ze, ChemtStrg and hfathematka, for High
Va. School Teacher8 of Science; 6 weeks;
In-Service In&Mute for Secondary Schooi $96,400
Teacher8 ot Science and hfathematics: $ A~EICULTIJRAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEQE OB
months ; $6;150 Tmxns, College Station, Tex.
In-Servfce Institute for Secondary School James G. Potter, Physics Department;
lSunmer Znstltute for High School Teach-
Teachers of Sctence and hfathematiC8; f er8 of Science and Mathematics; 12 weeks;
mouths : $6,000
$67,800
In-Service Institute for Secondary Sohoo Summer Znatitute for Eiflh School Teaoh-
Teacher8 of iW4enoe and hfathematic8; I ere of Science and hfathematios; 12 Week8:
mouths ; $5,850 $SO,SOO
In-Service Institute for Secondary Schoo: AGRICULTURAL, MECHANICAL AND NORMAL
Teaohere ot Science and Mathematics: 5 COLLEQB, Pine Bluff, Ark; Summer I?%?%
months ; $a:250 tute for H&oh School Teachers 01 Science
In-Servjae In&Mute for Secondary Schoo and Mothernotice: 5 weeks; $26,600
Teacher8 of Science and hfathematlos; 4 AQRICULTUEAL AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF
months ; $5,150 NORTH CAROLINA, Qreensboro, N.C.; Sum-
WASHINQTON UNIVERSITY, St. Louis, MO.: mer Institute for High School Teacher8 of
In-Servfce Institute for Secondary School Science; 6 weeks ; $50,900
Teachers of Scknce and Mathemattcr; 9 UNIVERSITY OB ARKANSAS. Fayettevllle,
mouths ; $8,050 Ark. ; Summer Znetltute for High School
WAYNB STATEI UNIVERSITY, Detroit, Mlcb. Teacher8 of Scbnce and Yathemattics; 6
In-Swvke Znatdtute for Secondaru School weeks ; $77,000
Teaches8 of Sctenoe and bfathematiaa; 9 ALABAMA COLLEGE, Montevsllo, Ala.; Sum-
months ; $8,550 mer Institute for High School Teaahws of
In-Bert&e Znrtitute for Seoondary School &?c%tence; 6 weeks: $59,100
Teacher8 o? Soience and Yathematiccs; 8 ALABAMA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Auburn,
mouths ; $8,460 Ala. ; Summer Znatftute for High School
Wmmmw KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE Bowl. Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 11
ina Oreen. KY.: In-Service h8tltUte jwb'eo. weeks ; $146,200
on-dadary School Teaohws or Scienoe and UNIVV~ESITY OF ALABAMA, University. Ala. ;
Bfathemat&a : 9 mouths : $8.630 Summer Znstttute for Htph School Teachers
WBWTERN MI&IGAN UNI~EB~ITY, Kalamazoo, of Sdenae and Afathematics: 11 weeks:
Mlch. : In-Servfce Znetitute for Secondart $91,500
School Teachwe of Science and Mathemat UNIVBESITY OB ALASKA, College, Alaska ;
(OS; 9 months : $10,750 Summer Znatttute for Htgh School Teach-
WHITMAN COLLEQE, Walla Walla, Wash.’ wa of Science and Mathematics; 8 weeks:
In-Servbe Znstttute for Secondary Schooi x72.100
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Teacher6 ot Scknoe and Mathematice; f ALFRED UNIVIBSITY, Alfred, N.Y. ; Summw
mouths : $5,120 Institute for High School Teacher8 of
WILKES COLLBGB, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: In Soience and hfathematics; 6 weeks ; $43,700
Swvbe Institute for &con&t-u Schoo, ALLEOHENY COLLEOE, Meadville, Pa. ; Sum-
Teaohere of Science and Mathematics; % mer ZnstUute for High School Teachers of
months ; $2,920 Sotence and Mathematlce; 8 weeks ; $77,300
WILLIAM JEWELL COME, Liberty. MO. ; Zn A&~ERIC!AN ~~ATHEYATICAL SOCIIITY, Provi-
Service Ztwtttute for Secondary Schoo dence, R. I. ; Summw Znstltute Cn Yathe-

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mat408 and Phy84a8 jor College Teachers o, Bummer Znstftuts 4n Rad4atton Biology jor
hfathemat4es: 4 weeks ; $20,000 High Bohool Teacher8 oj Eo4ence; 8 weeks;
AMERICAN MUSEUM OB NATURAL HISTORY $20,200
New York, N.P. ; Bummer Institute jor H4gl BROOKLYN COLLEBQ, Brooklyn, N.Y.
School Teacher8 of Biology; 5 weeks Samuel Borofsky, Department of Yathe-
$12,300 matics; Bummer ZneHtute jor ZI4gh Xahool
AMBIRICAN UNIVERSITY, Washington, D.C. Teacher8 of Biology; 5 weeks: $28,100
Summef In8titute jor High school Teach. Samuel Borofsky, Department of Mathe-
era of Chemietrg and Phy84cs; 8 weeks; matics; Bummer Institute jot High Bohool
$65,900 Teacher8 of Chetnietrg; 6 weeks; $26,400
Bummer Znetitute for College Teachers 0~ Samuel Borofsky, Department of Mathe-
Bo4ence and Mathematics; 6 weeks; $41,1OC matics; Bummer Znetitute jor High Bohool
ANTIOCH Co~~mcm, Yellow Springs. Ohlo Teacher8 of hfathematioe; 6 weeks ; $27,700
Bummer Znatitute jar H4gh School Teacher8 Samuel Borofsky, Department of Mathe-
of &4ence and Mathemat4c8; 8 weeks; matics; Bummer Znatitute for High Bohool
$86,100 Teacher8 01 Phgefoe; 6 weeks; $23,800
ARIZONA STATIU COLLEQE. Flaestaff. Ariz.: BROWN UNIVEBSITY, Providence, R.I. ; Bum-
Gummer Znet4tute for H4gh &%ool !keaohera mer Institute for High School Teacher8 oj
oj Bc4ence and MathematiC8; 8 weeks; Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $72,700
$60,000 BUCKNELL UNIVEBSITY, Lewlsburg, Pa. ;
ARIZONA STATS UNIVERSITY, Tempe, Arle. Bummer Znetitute lor High Bohool Teachers
Summer Znatltute for College Teacher8 oj ol Science and hfathematios; 6 weeks;
Biology; 6 weeks ; $41,100 $64,900
Bummer Znatitute jor High School Teaoh- UNIVERSITY 0~ BUFFALO. Buffalo, N.Y.
er8 oj Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $63,300 Summer Inetitute for High Bohool Teaoh-
UNIVERSITY OR AHIZONA, Tucson, Arlz. era Of Mathematice; 4 weeks; $38,900
Bummer Znetitute for Junior II4gh School 8Umnter Inetitute 4n Phyeice jor H4gh
Teacher8 of dlathematiO8; 6 weeks ; $30,100 School Teacher8 of Boience; 6 weeks ; $38,800
Bummer Inetitute for H4gh Bohool Teaoh- UNIVERSITY or CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, Callf.
er8 of Science and Mathematice; 6 weeks; slummer In8titUte for College Teaohers
$59,700 of bWenCe and hfathematioe; ‘I weeks;
ATLANTA UNIVBIRSITY, Atlanta, @a. ; Bummer $117,600
Inet4tute lor Hiah Bohool Teacher8 of Bo4- Summer Znstltute jor High lgohool and
ence and ~hfath~matics; 9 weeks ; $64,300 ;gF;yo Teacher8 oj Biology; 6 weeks;
BALDWIN-WALLACIO COLLICOBI, Berea, Ohio ;
Summer Znetitute for High Xohool Teacher8 Bummer Institute jor High lgchool and
of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $57,400 Jueior College Teacher8 of hfathematlC8;
BALL STATS TEACHERS COLLEQBI, Muncie, B weeks; $106.900
Ind. ; Bummer Institute jor H4gh Bchool and b%mmer Znetitute jor High Bohool Teach-
College Teacher8 oj hiathematioe; 6 weeks ; w-8 01 Gcience; 7 weeks; $117,700
$52,100 Bummer Institute jor High OohooZ Teach-
BAYLOR UNIVBX~SITY, Waco, Ter.; Hummer ?+8 Of &ienCe and Afathematioe; 6 weeks;
Institute in Radiation Biology and 4n Sci- 698,000
ence and Mathematloe jor High Bchool Summer Zn8tiWe for Junior College and
Teacher8 of science and hfathemat4c.g; 9 %llege Teacher8 oj Mathematics; 8 weeks ;
weeks ; $89,300 b64.200
B~NELIICT COLLIQI, Columbia, KC!. ; Bummer rSummer Znst4tute jot Junior OolZege
Institute for Ziigh School Teacher8 of &4- Teachers ol Engtneer4ng; 8 weeks ; $108,100
ewe and Mathematics; 6 weeks; $50,900 Bummer Znetltute 4n Radioaottvity and
BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEQE, Birmiug- Biologu jor High school Eoienoe Teaohers;
ham, Ala. ; Bummer Znst4tute jor High School 6 weeks; $15,400
Teacher8 01 Gclence and Mathematics; 6 CARLETON COLLIGE, Northfield, Mlnn. ; Bum-
weeks ; $55,500 mer Conference on Recent Advance8 4n
BOSTON COLLEGE, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Analytical Chem48trg jor College Teacher8
Stanley J. Besusska, S.J., Department of oj Chemietry; 14 days; $12,200
Mathematics ; Summer Znetitute for High Summer Institute lor High School Teach-
flchool Teacher8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks; w8 oj lgcience and Math,emattcu; 6 weeks;
$39,050 $142,700
Summer Institute for High b’ohool Teaoh- CASS INSTITUTE 0~ TECHNOLOGY, Cleveland,
era of Bcience; 6 weeks; $47,900 3hio
BOWDOIN COLLEGID, Brunswick, Maine James R. Hooper, Jr., ‘Special Programs ;
Summer Znetitute for High School Teach- Conference in Process Control
Jummer
ers of Biology; 6 weeks; $35,900 Fheorg for &lZege Teacher8 in Chemical
Summer Znetitute for H4gh School Teaoh- Fnglneehtg; 19 days : $21,300
era 01 Chemi8trU; 6 weeks: $30,200
Bukmer Ins&&e for High &hool Teaoh- Bummer Institute for High School Teach-
ere of Mathemat4ce: 6 weeks: 658.500 :r8 of Chemlstrv: 6 weeks : 154.500
b’&mer Znetitutk jar H4gh Bohool Teaoh- Bukmer Znetke for High 8ch&l Teach-
er8 of Physfce; 6 weeks ; -$64,100 ~8 oj Mathematics; 6 weeks; $50,500
BEADLIOY UNIVIESITY. Peoria, Ill. ; Bummer CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY 0~ AMEBICA, Wash-
Institute jor H4gh BohooZ Teacher8 of &4- @on, D.C.
ewe and Mathematioe; 6 weeks; $43,000 Raymond W. Moller; Bummer Inst4tute
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVEBSITY. Provo. Utah ‘of H4gh School Teachers of Yathematice;
summer Institute for High Boho61 Teaoh- i weeks: S51.900
e-8 01 Physioe; 6 weeks; $50,000 Bummer Institute jot High School Teach-
b’ummer Znetitute for Junior Hgh School ‘78 of dlathematics : 6 weeks : $24.900
Teacher8 oj Qeneral Boienoe; 8 weeks; !AT~~OLIC UNIVEX&TY OF &R~O RICO,
$36,400 ‘once, P.R.; Bummer Znet4tute jor High

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Bchool Teacher8 oj Yathematke; 6 weeks; aer Conference in Radioisotope8 and Their
$25,100 lses for College Teachers of Bcience and
CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEQIU, Mount Pleas- Iathemat4cs; 13 days ; $15,900
ant, Mich. ; Bummer Institute for High !ORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, N.Y. ; Sum-
School Teacher8 of Mathem&ica; 6 weeks; ‘per Institute for High b’chool Teacher8 of
$49,200 :urth S’ciencea; 6 weeks; $53,800
UNIVIDRSITY OB CFIAITANOO(~A, Chattanooga, JNIVERSITY OA DELAWARE, Newark, Del.;
Term.; Bummer Institute for High School :ummer Institute for High School Teacher8
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 6 Nf Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
weeks ; $58,200 ;40$300
CHICO STATIO COLLEQE, Chico, Calif. ; i%m- JNIVERSITY OB DENVER, Denver, Colo.
mer Institute for High School Teacher8 Of Bummer Institute for High School Teach-
Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks; $56,600 ~1’8 oj Science and Mathematics; 9 weeks:
UNIV~BSITY OP CINCINNATI, Cincinnati, ;86,100
Ohio; Bummer Institute for High school Summer Institute for High School Teach-
Teacher8 of Mathematice; 6 weeks ; $51,500 ‘~8 of Chemistry; 9 weeks; $69,100
CLARSXONT COLLEQE, Claremont, Callf. ; Summer Inatltute in Earth b’oience for
Bummer Inatitute in Biology for High Yigh Sch,ooZ Teacher8 of Science; 9 weeks:
BchooZ and Junior College Teacher8 of Bio- $44,000
logical Xciences; 6 weeks ; $48,400
XQPAUW UNIVERSITY, Greencastle, Ind.
CLAIIK UNIVERSITY, Worcester, Mass. ; Bum-
mer Inetitute for IIigh Bohool and Junior Bummer Institute for Junior Hdglk School
ColZeoe Teacher8 of Mathematics; 7 weeks; reachers of Bcience: 6 weeks : $56,500
$65,pbO Summer Institute- in Science and Mathe-
CLARHSON COLLEGE OA TECHNOLOGY, Pots- 1naties for Elementary school Teachers, 6
dam. N.Y. : b’ummer Institute for High neeka; $14,600
&h&Z Tea&r8 of b’cience and Mathematice; 1UNIVERSITY OR DETROIT, Detroit, Mich.
8 weeks ; $76,500 Summer Conference in Engineering Graph-
CL~O~~SON AQRICULTURAL COLLEQ~, Clemson 1ic8 for College Teachers; 12 days; $7,000
S.C. ; Bummer Inetitute for High School I b’ummer Institute for High h’chool Teaoh-
Teacher8 of iWence and Mathematics; 6i (~8 of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
weeks ; $50,600 $49,600
COLBY COLLECHI, Waterville, Maine ; b’um DILLARD UNIVERSITY, New Orleans, La.:
mer Institute for High School Teacher8 01 Summer Institute for High BchooZ Teacher8
Sclenoe and dlathernatice; 6 weeks ; $78,7OC of Science; 6 weeks ; $38,600
COLQAT~ UNIVERSITY, Hamilton, N.Y. : Bum. DRAKE UNIVERSITY, Des Moines, Iowa
mer Institute for Junbr High School Teach, Summer Institute for High School Teach-
ers of Xcience; 6 weeks; $48,200 ers of Mathematics; 6 weeks: $46,600
COLLEGE OIP THI HOLY CROSS, Worcester Bummer Institute for High school Teach-
Mass. ; Summer Inetltute for High School i ers of Xcience; 6 weeks; $48,400
Teacher8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $60,20( Du~a UNIVERSITY, Durham, N.C.
COLLEQ~ OF SAINT THOMAS, St. Paul, Minn. Summer Institute for Hdgh h’chool Teach-
Summer Institute for High b’chool Teacherl-c ers of Science and Mathematics; 9 weeks;
of NcZence and Mathematics; 6 weeks $104,200
$46,100 Bummer Institute in Radiation BioZogg
COLORADO COLLEGE, Colorado ‘Springs, Co10 for High School Teaohers of Biology; 8
Richard 0. Beidleman, Department 0:h weeks ; $20,200
Zoology; Summer Inetitute for High Bchoo 2 summer Institute for College Teacher8
and Junior College Teacher8 of Science ant 1
Mathematics; 8 weeks ; $78,150
of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $22,300
Bummer Institute jor High SchooZ ant 2 EAST CAROLINA COLLEQB, Greenville, N.C. ;
Junior College Teacher8 of Soience an< Z Summer Institute for High school Teachers
of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
Mathematics; 8 weeks ; $77,400
$59,200
COLORADO ‘STATKI UNIVERSITY, Fort Collins
Cola. ; John J. Farls, Department of Phya EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Charleston,
LPR: Bummer Institute for Hiah School I Ill. ; Bummer Institute for High Bohool
Teachers of Science an& Mathematics; b Teacher8 of kfathematics; 8 weeks; $29,700
weeks ; $93,800 ‘I E~ASTERN MICHII~AN Colrrxxq Ypsilanti,
UNIVERSITY or COLORADO, Boulder, Colo. 1Mich.
Bummer Inatitutje for High b’chool Teach- Robert S. Pate, Department of Mathe-
ere of Biology; 6 weeks; $44,600 Imatics; Summer Institute for High h’chool
summer Institute for High &hoot Teach Teachers of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $41,100
et-8 of Phyeics; 8 weeks ; $54,300 Bummer-Institute for High school Teaoh-
Bummer Inetitute in Science for EZemen- (srs of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $40,900
tary BchooZ Teacher8 and Buperviaors; 4 Summer Institute for High School Teach-
weeks ; $34,800 ,v-8 of Mathematics and Physics; 6 weeks:
COLUMBIA CoLrxas, Columbia, S.C. ; Sum. $32,400
mer Institute for Hiah Bchool Teachers 01f EAST TENNESSEB STATE COLLEOE, Johnson
X&me; 6 weeks ; $46,200 ,City, Term. ; Bummer Institute jor High
UNIVERSITY OB CONNECTICUT, Storrs, Corm. ; ’School Teacher8 of Bcknce and Mathemat-
8ummer InstUute for High BchooZ TeacherI I 408; 6 weeks; $67,200
of Xclence; 6 weeks ; $104,100 EAST TEXAS STATBI COLLEGE, Commerce,
CONVERSLI COLLEGE, ‘Spartanburg, SC. Tex.; Bummer In8titUts for High SohooZ
summer Institute for High school Teaoh Teacher8 oj kiathematke; 6 weeks ; $19,500
e-r.8 of Xcienoe; 8 weeks ; $77,500 E&~ORY UNIVERSITY, Emory University, Ga. ;
COBNIDLL COLLEGE, Mount Vernon, IOWa summer Institute for OoZlege Teacher8 of
Cecil F. Dam, Department of Physics; BWCn Chemistry; 9 weeks; $36,900

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Frs~ UNIVEBSITY, Naehville, Tenn. of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
Summer Institute for ZZ(gh School Teuch- $90,900
era of Science; 8 weeks; $64,300 UNIVERSITY OB HOUSTON, Houston, Tex.;
Samuel P. Massle; Summer Institute for Summer Znstltute in Engineering Science
High School Teacher8 of Science and Mathe- and Mathematics for Technical Inat(tute
matics; 8 weeks; $67,500 Personnel and Junior College Teacher8 in
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee, Technical Curricula; 8 weeks : $54,100
Fla. HOWARD PAYNF, COLLEQE, Brownwood. Tex. :
Summer Zn8Wute for College Teacher8 Summer Institute jar High School Teachers
of Geology; 8 weeks: $55,400 of Science : 6 weeks : $49.400
Summer Institute for High School Teach- Hown~o UNIVERSI&, ‘Washlng:ton, D.C. ;
era of Science and dlathekatics; 6 weeks; Summer Institute in Radjation Biology and
$118,500 Modern ZXologicaZ Perspecttvee for High
Summer Institute for Junior College School Teacher8 ol Science; 8 weeks;
Teacher8 of Soienoe and Mathematics; 8 $52,000
weeks ; $77,100 IIUMBOLDT STATS COLLEGE, Arcata, Calif. ;
UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA, Gainesville, Fla. ; Summer Institute for High School and UoZ-
N. Eldred Gingham, College of Arta and Sci- lege Teachers of Science-and Afathematice;
ences; Summer Institute for High School 6 weeks ; $48,700
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematioa; 8 HUNTER COLLEQE OF THE CITY OB Nsw YORK,
weeks ; $112,400 New York, N.Y.
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y. : dum-
mer Institute in dlathematios and Physics Jennie L. S. Simpson, Department of Bio-
logical Sciences ; Summer Znetitute jor High
for Zfigh School Teachers; 6 weeks ; $95,000 School Teacher8 of Biology; 6 weeks;
FORT HAYS KANSAS STATS COLLEQ~ Hays, $48,700
Kans.
Summer Inetitute for High School Teaoh-
Summer Institute for High School Teaoh- ~1’8 of Mathematice; 6 weeks; $47,200
era of ZdathematiC8 : 8% weeks : S41.200
Submer Institute forHigh S&ol’~~e&h- UNIVERSITY OIP IDAHO, Moscow, Idaho ; Burn-
era of Science; 8 weeks; $71,800 mer Institute for High School Teacher8 of
FORT LEWIS AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SWence and Mathematice; 8 weeks ; $64,400
COLLEQHI, Durango, Cola. ILLINOIS INSTITUTB OB TECHNOLOOY, Chi-
Summer Institute for College Teachers two, 111. ; Summer Institute jor High School
of Chemietry; 4 weeks; $33,700 Teacher8 01 ScfeuCe and Mathematics; 8
Herbert D. Hart, Department of Chemis- weeks ; $99,500
try ; Summer Znetitute for Zfigh School ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, Blooming-
Teachers of Chemistry; 6 weeks; $49,580 ton, Ill. ; Summer Institute for High School
Summer Znetitute for ZIigh School Teach- Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 8
er8 of Chentiatry; 6 weeks; $49,200 weeks ; $71,600
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE, Lan- UNIVERSITY OB ILLINOIS, Urbana, Ill.
caster, Pa. Summer Inst(tute jor High School Teach-
Bummer Znetitute for High School Teaoh- era of Chemietry; 8 weeks ; $35,400
era of B(oZogy and General Scdence; 6 weeks ; Summer Institute in Science for EZemen-
$34,700 tary School Supervisors; 18 months ; $65,400
summer Institute for Zfigh School Teach- C.MMACULATE HEART COLLEQE, Los Angeles,
er8 of So(ence and Mathematics; 6 weeks; Calif. ; Summer Institute for High School
$50,300 Teacher8 of Ph@C8; 6 weeks; $49,100
FRESNO STATE COLLEON, Fresno, Calif : Bum- [NDIANA STATE TEACHERS COLLEQE, Terre
mer Institute for High School Teacher8 of Haute, Ind. ; Summer Institute for Junsor
Science; 6 weeks; $108,400 High School Teacher8 01 Science; 10 weeks ;
Gsoaon PEABODY COLLECBI FOR TEACHERS, F87.200
Nashville, Tenn. ; Summer Institute for High INDIANA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, Bloom-
School Teacher8 of Science and Mathemat- i11gtOn, Ind.
ics; 10 weeks; $136,900 Summer Institute for High School Teach-
GEORGETOWN UNIVBIRSITY, Washington, D.C. ?r8 of Biology; 6 weeks ; $36,600
Ralph 9. Henderson, Department of Phys- Bummer Institute for College Teacher8 oj
ics ; Bummer Conference for College l’each- Botany; 6 weeks ; $53,800
era of Physical Science; 21 days; $14,500 Summer Institute for College Teacher8 of
Summer Institute for High School Teach- ghemistru: 4 weeks : $35.600
er8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $27,600 Summ&Institute jor ‘High School Teach-
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, Athens, Ga. :r8 of Mathematics : 6 weeks : S49.000
Summer Institute for High School Teach- [NST~TUTB OR PAP& CHIYISTRY, Appleton.
er-8 of Biology; 4 weeks; $30,300 Wis. ; Elwood 0. Dillingham, Department of
Summer Institute for High School Teach- Chemistry ; Summer Conference for College
ere of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks; Peachcrs of Chemistry and Biology; 12 days ;
$51,400 68,000
GONZAGA UNIVERSITY, Spokane, Wash. ; Bum- [OWA STATB COLLEQIO OB AORICULTURI AND
mer Institute for High School Teacher8 of ~WXHANIC ARTS, Ames, Iowa
Soienoe and Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $87,200 Summer Institute jar High School Teach-
HAMILTON COLLEBE, Clinton, N.Y. ; summer !r8 of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks:
Institute for High School Teacher8 of Mathe- $78,160
matics; 8 weeks ; $64,500 Summer Institute for Junior College and
HAMPTON INSTITUTB, Hampton, Va.; Sum- College Teacher8 of Mathematice; 6 weeks;
mer Znetitute for High School Teacher8 of $31,900
Soience and dfathematics; 9 weeks ; $97,000 Summer Institute for Juntor College and
UNIVICRSITY OB HAWAII, Honolulu, Hawaii ; College Teacher8 of Engineering; 6 weeks;
Summer Institute for High Sohoot Teachers $50,800

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IOWA STATB Tmnc~aas Co~~aam, Cedar Falls, Clommlttee ; I3peolaZ Conference for College
Iowa; Dorothy C. Matala, Science Depart- Ph&a Teachers; 10 days ; $6,910
ment ; Summer Inetitute for Junior Htgh UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSBTTS, Amherst,
School Teacher8 of General Bcienoe and Slam
Yathematics; 8 weeks ; $96,400 Bummer Institute for High ~c7~002 Teach-
KANSAS STATE COLLEQ~ OB Aoarcu~~usm AND w-8 of Biology; 7 weeks ; $61,500
APPLIED SCIENCE, Manhattan, Kans.; Bum- bWnner Institute for High Sc7~002 Teach-
mer Institute for High BchooZ Teacher8 of wa of &Iathematice; 7 weeks; $54,000
diathematics; 8 weeks ; $56,500 MEMrHIs STATS UNIVEIWITY, Memphis,
KANSAS STATS TBACHEIIS COLLEGE, Emporla, Term.; Hummer Inetltute for High &ho02
Knns. ; Bummer Institute for High Bohool Teachers of lllathematics; 5 weeks; $38,500
Teacher8 of Science and dlathematics; 12 MIAMI UNIVEHSITY, Oxford, Ohio ; Summer
weeks ; $216,500 lnetitute for High school Teachers of
UNIVERSITY OB KANSAS, Lawrence, Kans. Science; 8 weeks; $62,900
Bummer Inetitute for High i3chool and MICHIGAN COLLEQE CIB MINING AND TECH-
College Teachers of &fathemattce; 8 weeks: NOLOOY, Hou8hton. Mich.
$136,500 Kenneth M. McMillan, Mathematics De-
Sumner Institute tn Radiation Biology
partment ; Summer Conference for College
for High School Teachers; 8 weeks ; $20,200 Teacher8 of Science Yathematice and En-
lgummer Institute in Bcience for Elemen-
tary rgchool Teachers and Bupervieore; 8 gineering; i9 days; $7,100
weeks ; $60,800 Bummer Conference in Analog -Computa-
KENT STATS UNIVEIISITY, Kent, Ohio tion for College Teaohere; 19 days; $4,000
Summer Institute for High School Teach- MICHIGAN ‘STATE UNIVERSITY OR ABI~CUL-
ers of Biology; 8 weeks ; $6&300 TUHHI AND APPLIED SCIENCE. East Lausiug,
Summer Institute for High School Teach- Mich. ; 6ummer Institute for High &ho&
er8 of lKathematic8; 8 weeks: $69,100 and Junior Colleoe Teachers of Science and
KNOX COLLEGE, Galesburg, Ill. ; Summer Iw Mathemattce; 11” weeks ; $180;900
stitute for High Behool Teacher8 of hfatho UNIVERSITY OR MICHIQAN, Ann Arbor, Mlch.
matics; 6 weeks ; $51,300 Wilbert J. McKeachie, Department of
LAPAYETTH COLLEW, Easton, Pa.: Bummer Psychology ; Gummer Conference for Col-
Institute for High School Teachers of B& lege Teachers of Peychology; 19 days;
enoe and Mathematics; 6 weeks; $52,500 $8,500
Lu~rou I:NIVERRITY, Bethlehem, Pa. ; Sum. Bummer Inetitute for High School Teach-
mer Institute for High School Teacher8 0) ere of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $36,700
Hathematice; 6 weeks ; $39,900 Summer Institute in diathemetics for Ele-
LONO ISLAND BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Cold mentary Rchool Teacher8 and Bupervisora;
Sorine Harbor. N.Y. : Arthur Chovnick: 4 weeks ; $30,600
&mker Confer&e on.Recent Development& b’ummer Institute in Radiation Biology
in Genetic8 for College Teachers of Genetica, for College Teachere; 8 weeks; $20,800
20 days ; $12,700 MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE COLLEGE, ~Nur-
LOUIYIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A~RICUL. freesboro, Term. ; b%mmer Inetitute for
TURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEZE, Bator High School Teachers of b’cience; 11 weeks ;
Rouge, La. ; Bummer Inetitute for Higfi $64,700
Bchool Teacher8 of Science and bIathentatiC8, UNIVEIISITY OF MINNESOTA, Minneapolis,
9 weeks ; $71,700 Miuu.
LOYOLA UNIVEIISITY OF LOS ANGEI,ES, LO5 Bummer Institute for High GchooZ Teach-
Angeles, Callf. ; Bummer Institute for High era of Bcience and biathematics; 10 weeks;
tW~oo2 Teacher8 of Mathrematics; 6 weeks
$117,600
$36,100
MACALESTER Cor.~sarm, St. Paul, Minn. 6’ummer Institute for High School Teach-
&mmer Inetitute in Physics and &f&he, ers of Biology; 6 weeks; $19,700
motica for Hiah lgchool Teachers; 8 weeks Frank Verbrugge; Gummcr Institute for
$43,503 - H+gh Nchool Teacher8 of Physics; 6 weeks;
UNIVERSITY OP MAINE, Orono, Maine; Sum $79,200
mer Institute for Hioh 6chool Teachers o Bummer Institute for High School Teach-
Mathematics; s week;; $48,600 ers of Bcience and Yathematics; 8 weeks;
NANKATO STATE COLLEGE. Mankato, Ninn. $45,300
Bummer Institnte for High School Teacher1 MISSISSIPFI STATE UNIVERSITY, State Col-
of Science and hiathematics; 5% weeks lege, Miss. ; Gummer Inetitute for High
$43,700 School and Junior College Teacher8 of
UNIVERSITY OF NARYLAND, College Park, Md Science and diathematica ; 11 weeks;
Bummer Conference ON Radioieotopes ant $151,800
Tracer Methodology for College Teacher8 o, MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE, Hnttles-
PhustcaI and Biological Bctences: 12 days burg, Miss. ; Summer Inetitute for High
$13,000 Bchool Teacher8 of Gcienoe and AI&he-
Bummer Institute for High school Teach matics; 8 weeks; $80,800
era of Bedenoe : 7 weeks : 183.400 UNIVERSITY OP MISSISSIPPI, University,
Nimmer I&titute fo; ‘Junior High Bchoo Miss.; Bummer Institute for High School
Teacher8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $37,401 Teacher8 of Science and Yathematics; 10%
MARSHALL COLLEGE, Huntington, W. Va. weeks ; $136,800
Summer Institute for High School Teacher UNIVERSITY OB MISSOURI, Columbia, MO.
of Science and diathemat+ce; 11 weeks Bummer Institute for High School Teach-
$63,600 ers of Biology; 8 weeks ; $62,700
MASSACIIUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOQY Bummer Inatttute for High BchooZ Teach-
Cambridge, Mass. ; Jerrold R. Zachariar ers of Boience and Mathemattce; 8 weeks;
Chairman of the Physical Science Study $76,700

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Bummer Institute jar High BchooZ Teach. Summer In8t4tute for H4gh XohooZ Teaoh-
$r& ;f008cie?toe and iliathematiC8; 8 weeks, er8 of BC4tmce and ddathemat408; 6 weeks;
$60,600
MO~~TANA STATE COLLEGB, Bozeman, Mont NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLL~GIP OF AQRI-
t+~mmer Iu8titute for High Bchool and CULTUB~D AND ENBINQEBINO, Raleigh, N.C. ;
College Teacher8 of Chemistry; 5 weeks; Bummer Inst4tute jar OoZlege Teacher8 of
$42,400 &%48t4C8; 6 Weeks ; $31,100
Summer Inetitute for High dchool Teach. UNIVEESITY OF NOETH CAEOLINA, Chapel
era of kfathematics; 6 weeks; $41,500 Hill, N.C.
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY, Miasoula. Summer Oonlerence for OoZZege Teacher8
Mont. ot General Biology; 19 days: $10,600
Summer Inetitute for High BchooZ Teach. Bummer Inetltscte for H4gh BchooZ Teaoh-
CT-801 Btologu; 8 weeks ; $23,400 er8 of Sc4ence and Mathemat4oa; 6 weeka;
Summer Institute for High School Teach. $94,000
e&\ ;;oSc4ence and Mathemat4cs; 8 weeks : Bummer Instftute for Jun4or 0olZege and
College Teacher8 of Ohemlstry; 6 weeka:
Rummar Inetitrte for Junior College and $52,800
ColZcge Tencher8 of dlathematics; 6 weeks; NORTH DAKOTA STATS COLLIE, Fargo, N.
$50,900 Dak. : Bummer Inet4tute for i4gh &ohooZ
&bmmer Instftute in Rad4ation Biology Teachers o? Bc4ence and hfathemat(c8: 8
for High school Teacher8 of Science; f weeks : $95:000
weeks ; $15,200 UNIVERSITY or NORTH DAKOTA, Grand Forks,
MONTCLAIR STATE COI~LEGE, Upper Montclair, N. Dak. ; Bummer IneNtute lor H4gh BohooZ
N.J.; Xummer In&it&e for High School Teacher8 of Silence; 8 Weeks: $66,100
Teacher8 oj Mathematfcs; 6 week8 ; $72,100 NORTH TEXAS STATS COLLEGID, Denton, Tex. ;
MOREHEAD STATED COLLEGB, Morehead, Ky. ; Bummer Inetitute jer High lgohool Teach-
Bummer Instttrlte for If4gh lgchool Teacher8 ers ot Boience and Mathemat408; 6 weeks;
of BOieflOe and dfathemUtiC8; 8 weeks: $48,600
$60,050 NORTHEAST Mrssooa~ STATS TRACHERS COG
MORGAN STATE COLLRGB, Raltimore, Md.; LEG&, Kirksville. MO. ; Bummer Im8tttute #n
Bummer Inet4tute for High School Teacher8 lofence and Mathematlos for H4nh BohooZ
of BCtenCe and &tathematics; 8 weeks; Teacher8 of General eo4ehce; i0 weeks:
$73,700 $87,100
MUHI.ENBERO COLIZGD, Allentown, pa. ; NORTHERN MICHIGAN COLLEOID, Marquette,
&kmmer Institute ror H4gh School Teacher8 Mich. : Bummer Inetltute lor H4gh School
01 Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks: Teacher8 of Xoienoe and dlathemat4o8; 6
$33,500 weeks : 854.500
Mnnnh~ STATS COLLEOIU, MUITYI~, KY.; NORTF&N ~TATB TEACHERS COLLQBI, Aber-
Summer Inet4tute for High School Teach. deen. S. Dak. : Bummer Inst4tute in fleneral
er8 of BcZence; 8 weeks : $84.500 Soteke for ’ filgh b’chool Teacher8 of
TJNIVERSITY OB NEBRASKA., Lincoln, Nebr. ; Bdence; 5 weeks ; $25,000
Bummer Inst4tute for Hioh Xchool Teach- NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, DeKalb,
e+8 of Science and ‘hfathek4C8; 8 weeks ; Ill. ; Bummer Inetltute for H4gh BohooZ
$64,400 Teacher8 of Ohen48try; 8 weeks: $67,000
UNIVERSITY 01 NEVADA, Reno, Nev.: Hum. NORTEWESTEEN STATE COLLB~~ OF LoUISI-
mer Institute for High school Teacher8 01 ANA, Natchitoches, La.
Science and hfathemat4os; 8 weeks ; $57,400 Bummer Inst4tute for H4oh &hooZ Tewh-
UNIVP~RSITY OB NEW HAMPSHIRE, Durham, er8 of Biology and’ Uhembtrg; 9 weeks ;
N.H.: summer Inetftute in Chemietry and $80,200
Phys4c8 for H4gh School Teachers; 8 weeks ; b’ummer Inet4tute jar High BchooZ Teaoh-
$80,600 et-8 or Bc4enae and Mathemat4ca; 9 weeks;
New MEXICO COLL~G~D 01 AGRICULTURB AND $66,600
MECHANIC AIITS, State College, N. Mex.; NORTAW~STERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston. Ill. ;
Bummer Institute for High School Teach- Bummer Institute for H4gh &hoot Teach-
er8 01 Science and Yathemattoa; 8 weeks; ere 01 dfathematlcs; 8 weeks; $66,800
5133,000 UNIVERSITY OF NOTR~ DAM& Notre Dame,
Ind.
NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY, Las Bummer Inst4tute for H4gh BchooZ Teach-
Vegas, N. Mex. ; Summer Institute jar High er8 01 Chem48trg; ‘I weeks: $48,100
School Teacher8 or Phg84c8; 8 weeks: Bummer Inet4tute for High School Teach-
$62,700 era of hfathematlca; 7 Weeks: $142,800
UNIVERSITY OB New MEXICO, Albuquerque, OAR Rmos INSTITUTE OF NUCLXIAB STUDI%%
N. Mex. INC., Oak Ridge, Term.; lgummer In8t4tute
Hummer Institute for H4gh lchool Teoch- for Hioh f4ohooZ Teacher8 of lgo48ncs; 4
ers of Mathematics; 8 weeks; $62,400 weeks ;-$33,200
Harold 0. Ried, Director of Summer Ses- OBERI,IN COLL~QIU, Oberlin, Oh10 ; Bummer
sion; Bummer Inst4tute 4n Radiat4on BC Inst4tute for H4gh Bchool Teaahers of Yath-
ology for Ii~gh BchooZ Teacher8 of Bc4ence; emat4cs; 8 weeks ; $126,400
8 weeks: $22,600 OHIO STATE UNIV~SSITY, Columbus, Ohio :
YEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y.: Summer Inst4tute 4n Radfat4on B4oZogu and
Bummer Conjerence olt UhsmioaZ Instru- In Botence and Yathemat4o8 lor H4gh-&hooZ
mentation jar College Teacher8 oj Uhem- Teachers of Science and Math8matiC8; 8
istry; 19 days; $18,800 weeke : $125.100
NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE! AT DURHA~,DII~- OHIO UNIVERSITP, Athens, Ohio.
ham, N.C. eummer Inetttute for OolZege Teacher8 or
William H. Robinson : Bummer Inst4tute Ohemistrg; 6 weeks ; $46,600
for H(gh School Teacher8 01 Soienoe and Bumme+ Institute for H4gh BohooZ Teaoh-
Mathematics; 6 Weeks ; $62,900 ere of lo4ence; 6 Weeks; $54,200

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OHIO WI~ELEYAN UNIVERSITY, Delaware, for CoZZeoe Teacher8 ol BioZoov: -” - 12 dam_ :
Ohio; Summer Znetitute for High School 68.500 ”
Teachers of Phy8ic8; 8 weeks ; $46,900 Summer Institute for Aigb School feach-
OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY, Shawnee, srs of Mathematics: 8 weeks : $37.700
Okln. ; Summer Institute for High School PORTLAND STATS C~LLBQE, Portland. Oreg. ;
Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 8 Summer Znatitute for High School Teacher8
weeks ; $54,300 ,f M&hem&ice; 7 weeks; $67,400
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVNSITY OF AQRKXJL- PEAIRIB VIEW AQRICIJLTURAL AND MECRANI-
TURE AND APPLIED Scxs~ca, Stillwater. Okla. :AL COLLEGE, Prairie View, Tex.; Bummer
Summer ZnstUnte for CoZlege Teacher8 of ‘netitute for High School Teachers 01 Sci-
Btatiatica; 8 weeks: $42,400 ?noe and Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $42,800
Summer Institute for Zilgh School and PRATT INSTITUTE, Brooklyn. N.Y. ; Bvmmer
College Teacher8 of Mathematics : 6 weeks ; institute for ZZigh School Teacher8 03 Chem-
$58,500 Istry; 6 weeks; $36,300
Summer Institute for High SchooZ Teach- PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, Princeton, N.J.
ers of Biology; 9 weeks; $65,900 Summer Institute for High &Wool and
UNIVERSITY OB OKLAHOMA, Norman. Okla. SoZZege Teacher8 of Chemistry; 6 weeks:
Summer Conference in DioitaZ Comauters $40,500
and the ReZnted Mathematke for dollege Summer Institute for High Bohool and
Teac?bt?rS of Science, Math,ematioe and En- College Teacher8 of Mathematks; 6 weeks:
gineering; 21 days; $26,800 $41,680
Summer Znatitnte for High School Teach- UNIVERSITY OB PUERTO RICO, Maphgiler, P.R.
era of Science and Mathematics; 8 weeks; Summer Institute for Nigh School Teach-
$118,400 sr8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $47,500
Summer Znatitute in Earth Science8 for Summer Institute for Sign School Teach-
Junior High School Teachers; 4 weeks; 5+8 of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
$10,100 646,600
OREGON STATS COLLECPI, Corvnllls, Oreg. Summer Institute in Radiation Biology for
Summer Znetitute for College Teachers Righ School Teachers of Biology and Phye-
of Biology; 8 weeks; $64,500 ;cs; 6 weeks ; $14,800
Summer Conference for College Tenohers PURDUB RHISEARCH FOUNDATION, Lafayette,
of Undergraduate Geology; 13 days ; $12.100 [nd.
Stanley E. Willinmson ; Summer Institute Summer Institute for High KchooZ Teaob-
for ZZdgh School Teacher8 of Science and ?r8 of Mathematics; 8 weeks : $64,600
Mathematics; 8 weeks ; $64,600 Summer Institute for High School Teaoh-
Summer Znstttute for High School Teach- ~8 of Mathematics; 8 weeks: $66,900
er8 of Science and Mathematics; 8 weeks; Summer Institute in I?hemistry and Phys-
$63,900 Ic8 for High School T8acher8 of Physical
Summer Zn8titute for High School Teach- Sciences; 6 weeks; $50,400
ers of Science and M&hem&ice; 8 weeks; Summer Znetitute in Radiation Btotogy
T-.,.._
947.60)9 for IZigh School Teachers of Scienes and
Summer Znstltute for Junior College and Mathematics; 8 weeks ; $75,700
;$l;d~~ Teacher8 of Uhemietry; 6 weeks; RANDOLPH-MACON WOMAN’B COLLECE, Lynch-
burg. Va. ; Summer Znstittite for Nigh School
UNIVEREITY OB ORIWON, Eugene, Oreg. Teacher8 of Science aad Mathematics: 6
Summer Znetitute for College Teacher8 of weeks ; $61,300
Biology; 8 weeks: $34,SOO UNIVEESITY OB REDLANDS, Redlands, Calfi:
Summer Institute for Righ School Teach- Summer Znetitute for Nigh School Teach-
er8 of Hathematica; 8 weeks; $64,900 ers of Science and Mathentatice; 10 weeks;
OUR LADY OP THI LAKE COI.LEGE, San An- $42.800
tonio. Tex. : Summer Znstttute for Hioh K&D COLLEGE, Portland. Oreg.
school Teacher8 of Mathematics; .6 weeks ; Summer Znfltitute for H?gh &ho02 and
$33,600 Junior OoZleoe Teacher8 of Mathemattca: , 8
PENNBYI,VANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, Univer- weeks ; $51,000
sity Park, Pa. Summer Institute for Iligh School Teach-
cr8 of Physic8 : 8 weeks ; $58,000
Summer Conference for Technical Znsti- RENSS~LAEU POLYTECENXC INBTITUP& Troy,
tute and Junior College Teacher8 in Zn-
atrumentation and Control and Related Sub- N.Y.
Summer Institute for Xigh School Teach-
jects: 19 days : $13.500 ers of Science; 8 weeks : $166,900
Sukzmer Z~a&&in Science for Elemen- Edwin B. Allen ; ,Yummer Zlzatitute in Nat-
tary School Teacher8 and Supervisora; 6 ural Sc4ence8 for High School Teacher8 of
weeks ; $45,700 Scbnce; 8 weeks ; $205,800
Summer Znatitute for ZZigh School Teach- RIGSEAR& FOUNDATION OF STATXI UNIVER-
era of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks; 81TY 0% NEW YORK. Albaav. N.P.
$100,900 Bummer Institute for zigh School Teach-
UNIVHIESITY OB PENNBYLVANIA, Philadelphia. ers of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $46,500
Pa. ; Summer Institute for ZZigh School Summer Institute for High School Teach-
Teacher8 of Science and Yathematioe; 6 er8 of Science; 6 weeks ; $47,900
weeks ; $101,500 Summer ZneUtute for High XchooZ Teach-
PHILADELPHIA COLLB~~~ OB PHARMACY AND ers of Science and h4ath8matic8: 6 weeks:
SCIINCI, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Summer Zneti- $58,2bO
tote for H(gh School and College Teacher8 Bummer Znstctute for RIg7k School Teach-
of BbZogy, OhemiStrtl and Phyeioa; 6 weeks ; er8 of Xctence and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
$27,400 $50,400
UNIVERSITY OB PITTSBUIWH, Pittsburgh, Pa, Summer Znatitute in Boience and Mathe-
Summer Uonference on Recent Advance8 m&C8 for Elementary School TeaGher8 and
ir the Ecology of Freshwater Organisms Super&ore; 6 weeks ; $42,100

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UNIVERSITY OF KHOD& ISLAND, Kingston, Teacher-8 of b’cience and Mathematics; 8
R.I.: Bummer Inetitute in Science for Ek- weeks ; $62,300
mentary School Teachers; 6 weeks ; -$30,200 UNIVERSITY OB SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Los
RIPON COLLEOS, Ripon, Wis.; Summer In- Angeles, Callf.
etitute for High h’chool Teachers of Science Kummer Institute for High School Teach-
and Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $65,300 ers of Chemistry and Physics; 6 weeks:
RIVIERA COLLEOE, Nashua, N.H. ; 6lcmmer $40,600
Inetitute for High School Teacher8 of Biol- Summer Institute for IIigh School Teach-
ogy; 6 weeks ; $24,600 w8 of Biology; 6 weeks ; $44,200
UNIVERSITY OB ROCHESTER. Rochester, N.Y. Summer Institute for College Teacher8
Xummw Institute for High Behool Teach- of Afathematics : 6 weeks : %39.600 1~ /
ere of bfathematice; 6 weeks; $47,500 SOUTHERN Il.l.ls~lIs UxIYEllY1’TY, Carbon.
Summer Institute in Science for Elemen- dale, Ill. ; Summer Inetitute for High b’chool
tary Bchool Teachers; 18 months; $45,900 f’eachere of b’cience; 8 weeks; $64,600
KUTQERS, THE STATE UNIVEKSITY, New SOIJ~HERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Dallas,
Brunswick, NJ. ‘n?x.
&!ummer Inntitute for IIigh School Teach- Summer Institute for High Nchool Tcuch-
era of Idathematiee;~D weeks; $82,600 er8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $27,500
mummer Institute for Hioh School Teach- Bummer Institute for High School Teaoh-
ers of Physice; 6 week ; $56,300 :~a of Physica; 6 weeks ; $28,600
b’ummer Institute in lliathematice for YOUTIIERN UNIVERSITY AND AGRICULTURAL
Elementaru School Teachers and Suaer- <ND MECI~ANICAL COLLEGE, Baton Rouge,
visora; 6 weeks ; $45,400 La.: summer Institute for Hioh h’chool
SACRAMENTO STATE COLLECE FOUNDATION, ?‘c&hers of Chemtetry and Pjlyeioe; 8
Sacramento, Calif. ; &mmer Institute for wc>eks ; $32,500
High SchooE Teacher8 of Science; 6 weeks;
:;OUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA INSTITUTE, La-
$60,400
SAINT AUGUSTINE’S COLLEQE, Raleigh, NC. ; :‘ayette, La. ; Summer Institute for High
Bummer Institute for High School Teach- Sci~ool Teachers of Science and Mathemat-
era of Science; 6 weeks ; $51,000 ics; 9 weeks ; $70,400
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY, St. Louis, MO. SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATII COLLEQE,
Summer In8titute for High School Teach- Springfield, MO. ; Summer Inetitute for
ers of Chemistru: 6 weeks : $26.800 Junior IIigh School Teacher8 of Mathe-
Summer Insti&e for High ‘khool Teach- matics; G weeks ; $26,800
ers of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $46,500 SPRING HILL COLLEOE, Spring Hill, Ala.;
Bummer Institute for Hiah gchool Teach- Summer Institute for High School Teach-
ers of Physics; 6 weeks ; $19,000 m-8 01 Physics; 6 weeks; $23,400
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEQE, San Jose, Calif. STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Stanford, Calif. ;
Summer Institute for High &ho01 Teach- Summer Institute for IIligh School and Col-
er8 of Mathematice; 6 weeks ; $46,400 lege Teacher8 of Biology; 10 weeks ; $18,600
Bummer Institute for High School Teach- STATE COLLEGE OB WASHINOTON, Pullman,
ers of Science; 6 weeks; $50,900 Wash.
Summer Institute in Science for Elemen- Summer Institute for High School Teaoh-
tary School Teachers; 6 weeks ; $41,600 ~8 of illathematics: 8 weeks: $56.900
~JNIVERSITY OB SANTA CLARA, Santa Clam, Summer Institutes for High %hodl Teach-
Callf. ; Bummer Institute for High school iv-8 of Science and klathematics; 8 weeks;
Teacher8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $25,500 v39.7bo
SARAH LAWRENCE COLLEGE, Bronrville, N.Y. ; STATE UNIVELlSITY OIr IOWA, IOWl, City, IOWa
Bummer Institute for High School Teacher8 Summer Institute for Hioh School Teach-
of Sctence and Mathematics; 8 weeks; cr8 of Mathematics;~ 6 we:ks ; $60,300
$41,100 Summer Institute for Bigh School Teach-
SEATTLE UNIVERSITY, Seattle, Wash. : Sum- ers of Science; 8 weeks ; $68,300
mer Institute for Bigh School Teacher8 of .;‘r.\l’E UNIVEI~XTY OB SOUTH DAKOTA, Ver-
Science and Mathematice; 8 weeks ; $68,800 million, S. Dak. ; Summer Institute for High
&TON HILL COLLEQE, Greensburg, Pa. ; School Teacher8 of Gciesce and Mathemat-
b’ummer Institute for High School Teacher8 ics; 8 weeks; $64,700
of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $38,600 STEFIIEN F. AUSTIN STATE Cor.~ron, Nacog-
SHIPFBNSUURQ STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, doches, Tex. ; Summer Inetitute for High
Shiooensburz. Pa. : Summer Institute for School Teacher8 of Science and Mathe-
HigiL‘ .b’chool-Teach&-a of 9’cience and Matie- j8utics J. 6 weeks 1 $51 9800
matics; 6 weeks ; $30,100 STEVENS INSTI!CUTE ox TECHNOLOQX, Hobo-
SIMMONS COLLEQE, Boston, Mass. ; Bummer
Institute for IIigh School Teachers of Chem- ken, N.J. ; Summer Institute for High b’chool
istry; 6 weeks ; $24,400 Teachers of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $60,000
YYRA~USE UNIVBILSITY, Syrscuse, N.Y.
UNIVERSITY ox SOUTH CAROLINA, Columbia,
S.C. Summer Institute for High b’chool Teach-
bummer Institute in General Science for era of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $59,700
Blementary &!chooZ Teachers and Buper- Summer Institute for High School Teach-
visors; 6 weeks ; $25,700 er8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks ; $54,300
summer Inatitute for High School and Summer Institute for High school Teach-
College Teacher8 of Mathematics; 8 weeks; cr8 of Science and Mathematic. _: 6 weeks:
$85,550 $76,SbO~
SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL 08 MINESANDTECR- Summer Institute in Radiation Biology
NOLOsY, Rapid City, S. Dak. : Bummer Instt- for Ifigh School Teachers; 6 weeks ; $15,400
tute for Higik Schobi Teacher8 of Bclence and TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUYBIA UNIVERSITY,
Mathemattcs : 6 weeks : %167.700 New York, N.Y. ; Summer Institute for High
SOUTH DA&TA STATE COL&GE, Brooking& b’chool Teacher8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks:
8. Dak. ; Bummer Institute for High BchooZ $40,500

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TEACHEES COLLEQ~ OP CONNECTICUT, New VILLANOVA UNIV~B~ITY, Villanova, Pa. ;
Britain, Conn. ; Hummer Institute for High Bummer Institute for High School Teacher.9
School Teacher8 of B&ewe and kfathe- of h’cience and hfathematlcer 6 weeks:
matice; 6 weeks; $48,700 $96,700
TEMPLE UNIVEHBITY, Philadelphia, Pa. VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Blacks-
Summer Inetitute for High Xchool Teach- burg, Va.; Bummer Institute for High
ers of Phyeice; 8 weeks; $53,700 rgchool Teacher8 of Science and Mathe-
Bummer Inetitute k General iScience for matics; 8 weeks ; $63,800
Junior High School Teachers; 6 weeks; VIRGINIA STATS COLLDGI, Petersburg, Va. ;
$53,900 Bummer Institute for High School Teach-
Bummer Iast4tute in General Bdence for ers of General Science; 8 weeks; $86,550
Junior High lgchool Teachere; 6 weeks; UNIVERSITY OB VIRGINIA, Charlottesville,
$31,900 Va. ; Bummer Institute for High School
T~~~glssaa POLYTECHNIC INITITUTE, Cooke. Teacher8 of b’cience and dlathematica; 8
ville. Tenn. : Bummer Institute jar Riah weeks ; $93.300
rYchdoZ Teachers of Science and kathemet- WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, Winston-Salem,
ice; 8 weeks; $92,200 N.C. ; Bummer Inetitute for High Bchool
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, Fort Worth, Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 6
Tex.; Bummer Institute for High School weeks ; $58,800
Teacher8 of b’cience and Mathematics; 6 WASHBURN UNIVERSITY 08 TOPEKA, Topeka,
weeks ; $92,400 Kans. ; Bummer Institute for Jupior H&h
School Teacher8 of Mathematics; 8 weeks;
TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERIITY, Houston,
Ter.: Summer Inetitute for HIliah School $63,800
UNIVERSITY OB WASHINQTON. Seattle, Wash. :
Teackere of Science and kathematics; 12 Summer Institute for High Bchool Teach-
weeks ; $88,000 er-8 ol Phusics : 7 weeke : 854.900
TEXAS TECHNOLOGICAL COLLEGE, Lubbock, i&mm& Ik8titute is Radiation Biology
Tex. for College Teacher8 of &‘cience; 7 weeks;
Bummer Inetitute for Hdgh School Teach- $18,400
ers of Biology; 8 weeks ; $76,200 Hummer Institute in Radiation Biology
Summer Institute for Elioh b’chool Teach- for High School Teachers of science; 7
ers of Ohemiet,.y; 6.weeks”; $72,500 weeks ; $17,800
U~~vaasr’l‘~ OP TEXAS, Austin, Tex. WAYNE STATE UNIVEBYITY, Detroit, Mich.
Summer Institute for College Teacher8 of Hummer Institute for High School Teach-
Physica; 9 weeks ; $36,600 cr8 of Mathematics; 8 weeks; 561,600
Summer Institute for High School Teach- Summer Inetitute in Radiation Biology
era of Science and Mathematics; 9 weeks; for High School Teachers; 8 weeks ; $20,200
$72,100 WESLEYAN UNIVERIITY, Middletown, Conn. ;
THIEL COLLEGE, Greenville, Pa.: Summer Summer Institute for High School Teacher8
Institute for Hioh School Teacher8 of i3ci- of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks;
ence and Matherkatics; 6 weeks; $28,600 $100.100
UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO, Toledo, Ohio; Sum- iVmstc Tmas STATE COLLEGE, Canyon, Tex. ;
mer Inetitute for Hioh School Teacher8 of Bummer Institute for High b’chool Teachers
Science; 8 w&&s ; $59,900 of Bctence and Mathematics; 12 weeks;
TUFTS UNIVERSITY, Medford, Mass. $84,500
Summer Conference for College Teacher8 WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY. Mornantown.
of Ohemistry; 12 days ; $15,100 W. Va.; Summer Institute for High Bchooi
Bummer Institute for High school Teach- Teacher8 of Science and dlathematics; 6
ers of Science and Mathematics; 6 weeks; weeks ; $89,300
$52,200 WssT VIRQIXIA WESLEYAN COLLsoE, Buck-
Tusurcom INSTITUTE, Tuskegee Institute. hannon, W. Va.; Bummer Inutitute for
Ala. Junior Hioh School Teacher8 of Sciences: 6
Bummer Institute for High School Teach- weeks ; $49,000
ers of Chemietrv: 8 weeks : $54.700 WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE, Bowl-
ing Green, Ky. ; &‘ummer Institute for High
Bukner Inetike in Rod&on Biology for School Teacher8 of Science and Iliathe-
High School Teacher8 of Biology; 8 weeks: matics; 8 weeks ; $79,600
$26,200 WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, Kalamazoo,
UNION COLLEQE, Schenectady, N.Y., ; Sum. Mich.
mer Institute for High b’chool Teacher8 of Bummer Conference in Geobotany for
Bcdence and Mathemotice; 8 weeks : $153,200 College Teachers of Biology, Geology, Geog-
UTAH STATE UNIVICR~IT~ OF AQRICUL&RE raphy, or Conservation Education; 14 days ;
AND APPLIED SCIENCE, Logan, Utah; Sum. $17,900
mer Institute for Junior High school Teach. Bummer Institute for High School Teach-
er8 of Science and Mathematics; 10 weeks; er8 of Mathematics; 6 weeks; $50,300
$76,800 Bummer Institute for Junior High School
VANDBRBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Tenn. Teacher8 of General b’cience; 8 weeks;
Summer Institute for High School Teach. $51,500
er8 of Mathematice; 8 weeks; $52,700 WESTERN KESIRVI UNIVERSITY, Cleveland,
Bummer Inetitute for High BchooZ Teach. Ohio; Bummer Institute for High Bchool
ere of science and Mathemat4cs; 8 weeks; Teacher8 of Science and Mathematics; 11
$82,300 weeks ; $128,600
UNIVERSITY OB VERMONT AND STATBI boar. WINTERN STATE COLLEGE OP COLORADO, Gun-
CULTURAL COLLEQE, Burlington, Vt. I&on, COlO. : Summer Institute for High
Summer Institute for High School Teach. &hoot Teacher8 of Biology; 8 weeks;
er8 oj Mathematics; 7 weeks; $71,400 $27,100
Bummer Inetitute for High BchooZ Tea& WIUST~RN WABHINQTON COLLEQE 0~ EDU~A-
era of Physic%; 8 weeks; $93,800 TION, Bellingham, Wash. ; Bummer Institute

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for Hdgh School Teacher8 of 4lathemattoa; ALL~QH~NY COLLEQ~, Meadville, Pa.: Un-
9 weeks ; $67,600 dergraduate Reeearch Particfpation Pro-
WILLIAX .JEW~LL COLLEOB, Llberty, MO. ; warn: 1 sear : $6.060
Summer Inetitute for High School Teacher8 &IERWA~ N~&onar OA NATURAL HIETOUY,
of Science; 8 weeks ; $79,400 New York, N.Y.; Undergraduate Research
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEQE, Eau Claire, Partfcipation Program; 1 year; $17,000
Win.; Summer Inetitute for High School AMIURICAN UNIVERSITY, Washington, D.C. ;
Teacher8 of Science; 6 weeks ; $47,700 Underoraduate Research Particioatfon Pro-
UNIVERSITY 0~ WISCONSIN, Madison, Wls. gram;-3 months; $2,640 -
Sutnmer Conference in Inorganic Ohemb AMHERST COLLEGE, Amherst, Mass. ; Under-
try for College Teacher8 of Undergraduate graduate Research Participation Program; 1
ChemistrQ; 12 days : $12.400 pear : $18,870
Summer Institkte for College Teacher8 of UNIVR~IISITY OB ARKANSAS, Fayetteville,
B1oZocv : 6 weeks : $46.600 Ark. : Undergraduate Reeearch Partfoipa-
Summer Institbtk for High School Teach- tion Program; 1 year ; $14,290
ers of Biology; 8 works; $63,300 BARNARD COLLEQB, New York, N.Y. ; Under-
WI’ITENBERC COLLFXE, Springfield, Ohio. ; graduate Research PartiCfpatiOn Program;
Summer Institute in Earth Sctence for High 1 year; $9,040
b’chooZ Teachers of Science and &f&he- BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Boston, Mass. ; Under-
matics; 8 weeks : $44,600 craduate Research Participation Program;
WOK&AN’s Cor.r.sa~ 01r TIIB UNIVERSITY OB 1 fear: 832.840
NORTH CAROLINA, Greensboro, N.C. ; 8ummer B&DO;N COLLEQE, Brunswick, Maine ; Un-
Institute in Science and dlathematiC8 for deruraduate Research ParttcZoation Pro-
High b’chool Tcnchers of f3eneraZ Science; pram; 1 year ; $8,650
6 weeks ; $42,500 BO~LIXQ GREEN STAT~O UNIVERBITY, Bowl-
Wo~trssTsR POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Worces- ing Green, Ohio ; Undergraduate Partidpu-
ter. Nass. tion Program; 1 year ; $3,300
Summer Institute for High School Teach- BRANDRIS UNIVEBSITY, Waltham, Mass. ; Un-
w8 of Sctcnce and Mathematics; 8 weeks; dergraduate Research Participation Pro-
$76.800 gram; 1 year ; $7,490
John C. Johnson; Summer Institute in BRI~QEWATRR COLLEQD, Bridgewater, Va. i
Science and Mathematics for High School Undergraduate Research Partictpatton PrO-
Teacher8 of Science: 8 weeks : S79.200 gram; 3 months ; $4,200
UrIvensIT~ 08 WyO~&NQ, L&&ie; Wyo. BBIQHAM YOUNQ UNIVERSITY, Provo, Utah,
Summer Institute for College Teacher8 of UnderQraduate Research Participation Pro-
Biolog?,; 5 weeks ; $33,200 gram;-1 year ; $10,880
Summw In8titfkte for College Teacher8 or BROWN UNIVERSITY. Providence. R.I. : Uk
dfathematics: 8 weeks ; $68,000 dernraduate Reseabh Participation PrO-
Summer Institute for College Teacher8 of w-am; 1 year ; $17,130
Statistics; 8 weeks, $81,200 BRYN MAWR COLLEQBI, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; Un-
Summer In8titute for IIigh School Teach- deroraduate Research Participation Pro-
m-8 of Chcmiatw and Phv8iC8: 10 weeks : g&n; 1 year; $8,250
$06,460 BIJ~KNELL UNIVERSITY. Lewisburg. Pa.
R. J. Besney ; Summer Institlrtes for High UnderQraduate Research Participation
School Teachers of Chemfatrv and Phusics:
- _ Program; 3 months ; $3,600
10 weeks ; $lOO,Odo BUTLIH UXIV~RSITY, Indianapolis, Ind. ; Un-
Summer Indtitute for Htgh School Teach- dergraduate Renearch Particfpation Pro-
~1’8 of General Science; 8 weeks; $69,600 gram; 1 year ; $3,880
Summer Institute in Radiation BioZogu CALIROHNIA INSTITUTED 0~ TECHNOLOOY,
for Hirih School Teachers; 8 weeks : $20,200 Pasadena, Calif. ; Under.clraduate Research
WAVIER UTIVERBITY, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Sum- Partidpation Program; 1 year; $19,280
mcr Inxtitute for High School Teacher8 01 UNIVERSITY OB CALIWORNIA. Berkeley, Calif.
Ghemistru; 6 weeks: $39,300 Undergraduate Research PartiCfpatiOn
YALE UNIvBI(SITY, New IraVen, COnn. Program; 3 months: $7,520
Summer Conference on Biouhusics Re- Undergraduate Research ParttctpaHon
nearch for College Teachers of Science; 5 Program; 1 year; $3,520
dnys ; $7,100 Ultdergraduate Research Participation
Summer Institute for High School Teach- Program; 3 months; $3,500
txs of b’cience and &fathematios; 6 weeks; Undergraduate Research Participation
$80,300 Prograk; 3 months; $3,220
Undergraduate Research Parttcipatfon
Undergraduate Rceearch Participation Program; 3 months: $2,720
Program UNIVDREITY 01 CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles.
ADELPHI COLLEQE, Garden City, N.Y.; Un- Calif. : Undercraduate Research Participa-
dergraduate Reeearch Partkipation Pro- tion Program; 1 year ; $5,780
gram; 1 year; $5,900 CANISIUS COLL~QE. Buffalo, N.Y.: Under-
AQRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL CoLLarcar 0s graduate Reeearch Partioipation Program;
TEXACI, College Station, Tex. ; Undergrad- 3 months; $5,330
uate Research Partictpation Program; 1 CARNIUGI~ INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOQY, Pitt@
year ; $9,400 burgh, Pa. ; Undergraduate Research Par-
AQRICULTUBAL AND TECHNICAL COLL~Q~ 01 ticipation Program; 1 year ; $25,940
NORTH CABOLINA, Greensboro, N. C. ; Under- Cuss INSTITUTE OIF TQCHNOLOQY, Cleveland,
araduate Research Participation Program; 1 Ohio ; Undergraduate Research Parttctpa-
iwr ; $8,300 tion Program; 3 months; $4.030
ALBIIQHT COLLEGE, Reading, Pa.; Under- UNIViDRSITY OB CRICAOO, Chicago, Ill.; on-
graduate Reeearch Parttcipation Program; 1 dergraduate Reeearch Participation Pro-
year ; $1,780 gram; 1 year; $19,250

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UNIVEESITY OF CINCINNATI, Cincinnati, Q~NEVA COLLEO~, Beaver Falls, Pa. ; Under-
Ohio ; Undergraduate Research Particfpatfon graduate Re8earOh Partfcfpatfon Program;
Program; 1 year; $3,210 1 year; $3,480
CITY COLLEGB, New York, N.Y.; Under- COUCHER COLLEGIO, Baltimore, Md. ; Under-
graduate Research Participation Program; graduate Research Part(ofpatton Program;
1 year; $10,100 1 year; $1,340
COLQAT~ UNIVIRSITY, Hamilton, N.Y. ; Un- QRINNELL COLLEQIO, Grinnell, Iowa ; Under-
dergraduate Reeearoh Particfpation Pro. graduate Research Partfcfpation Program;
warn; 1 year; $14,270 1 year ; $14,280
COLORADO COLLEOE, Colorado Springs, Cola. ; GROVE CITY COLLEQE, Grove City, Pa.; Un-
Undergraduate Research Partfcfpation Pro- dergraduate Research Partfoipatfon Pro-
gram; 1 year ; $860 Program; 1 year ; $780
COLORADO STATB) UNIVERSITY RES~A~CE GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS COLLEGHI, St. Peter,
FOUNDATION, Fort Collins, Colo. Minn. ; Undergraduate Research Partfofpa-
Undergraduate Research Participation tfon Program; 1 year ; $910
Program; 8 months; $18,950 HAMPDEN-SYUNRY COLLEGE, HampdeniSyd-
Undergraduate Research Partfofpatfon my, Va. ; Undergraduate Research Partfof-
Program: 8 months: $910 potion Program; 1 year ; $1,200
UNIVERSITY OB COL&&O, Boulder, Colo. ; HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, Mass. ;
Undergraduate Research Participation Pro- Undergraduate Research Participation Pro-
gram; 3 months; $15,190 gram; 3 months ; $12,830
UNIVERSITY OP CONNECTICUT, Storrs. Conn. HAVERFORD COLLECI, Haverford; Pa. ; Un-
Undergraduate Research Participation dergraduate Re8eUrch Partfcfpation Pro-
Prooram; 1 sear: 88.870 gram; 1 year; $8,140
Undergraduate ke8earCh PartJcipation UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, Honolulu. Hawall :
Program; 3 months; $8,690 Undergraduate Rewarch Participation Pro:
CORNELL COLLEQE, Mount Vernon, Iowa; rlram; 3 months : $6.810
Undergraduate Research Partfofpatfon Pro- HOWARD UNIVE&%Y, Washington, D.C. ;
gram; 1 year: $4,280 Undergraduate Research Participation Pro-
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, N.Y. ; Under- v-am; 1 year ; $17,140
graduate ReSeWoh Partfcfpatfon Program; HOLLINS Co~r~~oe, Hollins College, Va. ; Un-
1 year; $40,720 dergraduate Research Particfpatfon Pro-
CREBDMOR~ INSTITUTE BOB PSYCHOBIOLOQ~C 7ram; 1 year; $5,700
STUDIES BRANCH, RESEARCH FOUNDATION IDAHO STATE COLLEQE, Pocatello, Idaho
NOR N~NTAL HYGIENE, INC., Middletown, Undergraduate Research Partfofpatfon
N.Y. : Undergraduate Research Particfps- Prooram; 1 year ; $1,670
tlon Program; 3 months: $1,790 Undergraduate Reeearch
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, Hanover, N.H.; ufi- Partiofpatfon
dergraduate Research Participation PrO- Program; 1 year ; $880
gram; 1 year; $17,300 ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOQY, Chi-
UNIVERSITY OB DENVER, Denver, Colo.: Un- cago, Ill. ; Undergraduate Reeearch Partfci-
dergraduate Research Participation Pro- pation Program; 1 year ; $17,640
gram; 1 year; $10,740 UNIVEIISITY OB ILLINOIS, Urbana, Ill.
UNIVERSITY OA DETROIT, Detroit, Nich. ; Un- Undergraduate Research Partfcfpatfon
dergraduate Researoik Participation Pro- Program; 1 year : $7,730
gram; 1 year; $7,060 Undergraduate Research Participation
DREX~DL INSTITUTE or TECHNOLOOY, Philn- Program; 1 year ; $4,570
delphin, Pa. ; Undergraduate Research Par- I~~ncuLa~s HEART COLLEGE, Los Angeles,
tioipatfon Program; 1 year; $9,460 Calif. ; Undergraduate Research Partfcipa-
DUQU~SNIU UNIVERSITY, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; Un- tion Program; 1 year : $6,400
dergraduate Rescarch Participation Pro- INDIANA UNIVZIRSITY FOUNDATION, Blooming-
gram ; 1 year; $2,200 ton, Ind.; Undergraduate Re8earCh Partici-
EABLHAM COLLECT, Richmond, Ind. : Under- oatfon Prooram: 1 Pear: $17.400
graduate Research Participation Program; IOWA STATE CO~LEO~ 0s &R&XJLTURB AND
3 months; $7,320 MECHANIC ARTS, Ames, Iowa ; Undergradu-
EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE, Wollaston, ate Reeenroh Participation Program; 1
Mass. ; Undergraduate Research Partfofpa- rear ; $7,690
tfon Program; 1 year; $2,670 JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, Baltimore,
EMMANUEL COLLEGE, Boston, Mass. ; Under- . Undergraduate Research Partfoipatfon
graduate Research Particfpat(on Program; ?dd&zm; 1 year ; $5,270
1 year; $4,400 JUNIATA COLLEGB, Huntingdon, Pa. ; Under-
FISK UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Term. ; Under- graduate Research Participation Program;
graduate Research Participation Program; 1 year; $8,160
1 year; $1,360 KANSAS STATE COLLEQ~ OB AQRICULTU~~
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES, Manhattan, Kans. ;
UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee, Fla. ; Undergrad- Undergraduate Research Partfofpatfon Pro-
uate Research Participation Program; 1 gram; 1 year : $18,350
year ; $4,250 UNIV~RSITP OIP KANSAS, Lawrence, Kans. ;
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, Qalnesville, Fla. ; Undergraduate Research Participation Pro-
Undergraduate Research Partioioatinn
. Pro-
--- van; 1 year; $14,900
gram;- 1 year ; $15,810 KENTUCKY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, UNIVER-
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y. ; UIE- SITY STATION, Lexington. KY. : Undergradu-
dergraduate Research Partfofpatfon Pro- ate ItesoLcrell Particip&& .ProQrak; 1
gram; 1 year; $9,390 gear ; $28,230
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE, Lan- KING’S COLLEQE, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ; Under-
caster, Pa. ; Undergraduate Research Par- graduafie Research Partfotpetfon Program;
ticipation Program; 3 months; $6,590 1 year ; $3,750

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KNOX COLLEGE, Galesburg, Ill. ; Undergrad- UNIV~ESITY OB MINNESOTA, Minneapolis,
uate Research Partfcioatfon Proaram: 1 Minn.
year ; $2,010 Undergraduate Research Partfofpatfon
LAFAYETTE COLLEGE, Easton, Pa. : Under- Procram: 1 vear : 67.300
graduate Reeearch Partic6patfon Program; l%der&a&at~ ’ keeearch Particfpatfon
1 year; $11,360 Program; 1 year; $6,020
LAMAR STATS C!OLT,EGB OB TECHNOLOGY, MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVIRSITY, State Col-
Beaumont, Tex. ; Undergraduate Research lege, Miss. ; Undergraduate Reeearch Par-
Parlfcfpation Program; 1 year; $6,400 ticipation Program; 9 months: $6,810
LA VERNE COLLIEBE, La Verne, Calif.; Un- MONTANA STATS UNIVERSITY, Missoula,
dergraduate Research Participation Pro- Mont.
Undergraduate Reeearch Participatfon
gram; 1 year ; $4,810
LEHIGH UNIVEHSITY, Bethlehem, Pa. Program; 1 yenr ; $1,170
Undergraduate Research Particfpatfon
Undergraduate Research Participation program; 1 year ; $820
Program; 1 year $3,720 Undergraduate Research Pwticfpation
Undergraduate Reeearoh Partfcfpatfon program; 1 year ; $690
Progrant; 1 year ; $3,380 MOUNT MERCY COLLEGE. Pittsburgh. Pa.:
~0s~ ISLAND BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. Cold Undergraduate Research- Partioipason Pro:
Spring Harbor, N.Y. ; Undergraduatk R,e- gram; 3 mouths ; $4,060
search Participation Program; 3 mouths ; NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSBBVATORY,
$7,400 Green Bank, W.Va.; Undergraduate Re-
LORAS COLLEGE& Dubuque, Iowa: Under- search Participation Program; 3 months:
graduate Research PartZcipation Program; $6.180
1 year ; $3,440 Nsw ENGLAND INSTITUTE FOR MIODICAL Re-
LOUISIANA WFAT~ UNIVERSITY AND AGRICUL- ~BIARCH, Ridgefleld, Corm. ; Undergraduate
TURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE, Baton Research Partfeipatfon Program; 3 mouths ;
Rouge, La. ; Undergraduate Research Parti- $2,500
cipation Program; 1 year; $14,500 UNIVERSITY OB NEW HAMPSHIRB, Durham,
MACALISTER COLLEBHI, ‘St. Paul, Minn. ; Un- N.H. ; Undergraduate Reeearch Particfpa-
dergraduate Reeearch Partiofpation Pro- t(on Program; 1 year ; $7,780
gram; 1 year ; $960 NEW Max~co COLLEGE OB AQRICULTURB AND
MANHATTAN COLLEGE, New York, N.Y.; Un- MECHANIC ARTS, State College, N. Mex.;
dergraduate Research Participation PrO- Undergraduate Reeearch Participation Pro-
gram; 1 year ; $10,300 oram: 1 year : $18,360
MARQUETTE UNIVEREITY, Milwaukee, Wis. ; tivlw -ME&CO. HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY, Las
Undergraduate Research Participation Pro- Vegas, N. Mex.; Undergraduate Research
gram; 1 year ; $2,650 Particfpation Program; 1 year; $7,160
UNIVBXSITY OR MARYLAND, College Park, New MEXICO INSTITUTB~ OB MINING AND
Md. ; Undergraduate Research Participation ‘TECHNOLOGY, Socorro, N. Mex. ; Undergrad-
Program; 1 year ; $9,630 uate Research Participation Program; 1
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OB TECHNOLOGY, year ; $9,480
Cambrldge, Mass. ; Undergraduate Research NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y.
Particfpation Program: 8 months ; $5,780 Undergraduate Research Partioipation
UNIVEJFISITY OB MASSACHUSETTS, Amherst, Program; 1 year ; $8,990
Mass. ; Undergraduate Research Participa- Undergraduate Research Partfotpation
tion Program; 1 year ; $16,060 Program-; 3 mouths ; $1,950
MIAMI UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Ohio ; Under- UNIVDUSITY OB NORTH CAROLINA, Chapel
graduate Research Participation Program; Hill, N.C. ; Undergraduate Reeearch Park-
1 year; $9,130 tpatlon Program; 1 year; $23,710
UNIVEESITY oe MIAMI, Coral Gables, Fla; NORTH DAKOTA STATE COLLEQE, Fargo, N.
Undergraduate Reeearch Participation PrO- Dak. ; Undergraduate Research Partfcfpa-
gram; 1 year; $1,080 tion Program; 1 year ; $14,140
MICEIIQAN COLLEO~D OB MINING AND TECH- UNIVERSITY OP NORTH DAKOTA, Grand Forks,
NOLOGY, Houghton, Mich. ; Undergraduate N. Dak.
Reeearch Participation Program; 1 year ; Undergraduate Research Partfcipatfon
$8,390 Program; 1 year; $8,540
MICHIQAN STATS UNIVRRSITY OB AQRICU~ Undergraduate Reeearch ParticOation
TORB) AND ALPPLIID SCIENCE. East Lansing, Program-; 3 mouths ; $2,300
Mich. NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, Boston. M~BB. ;
Undergraduate Research Part4oJpation Undergraduate Resebrch Participation Pro-
Program; 1 year ; $47,720 gram; 1 year; $8,600
Undergraduate Research Partfcotpation NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLH~GB~08 LonIsI-
Program; 1 year ; $6,290 ANA, Natchitoches, La.
Undergraduate Research Partio&ation Underoraduate Research Parti&Patbn
Program; 1 year; $1,810 Program-; 1 year ; $3,270
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIQAN, Ann Arbor, Mich. Undergraduate Research Partfcfpation
Undergraduate Reeearch PartiCipatiO?I Prooram: 1 year : $1,500
Program; 3 mouths ; $3,350 NO~THW&T&N UNIVIRSITY, Evanston, Ill. ;
Undergraduate Reeearoh Partfcipatton Undergraduate Research Particfpation Pro-
Prooram : 3 mouths : $1.870 gram; 3 months ; $9,500
MIL&& UNIVIORSI&, Decatur, Ill. ; Un- COLLBQ~ OB NOTRE DAMHI 08 MARYLAND,
dergraduate Reeearch Participatfon Pro- Baltimore, Md. ; Undergraduate Research
gram; 1 year; $1,660 Participatfon Program; 1 year ; $3,700
MILLSAPS COLLEIXO, Jackson, Misc. ; Under- UNIVEBSITY OB NOTR~ DAM% Notre Dame,
graduate Researoh Partfcfpation Program; Ind. ; Undergraduate Research Partiofpatfon
1 year; $3,070 Program; 1 year; $1,120

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OHIO STATS UNIVERSITY, Columbus, Ohlo ; COLLEQN OF SAINT CATH~RINN, St. Paul,
Undergraduate Research Participatbm Pro- Minn. ; Undergraduate Research Partidpa-
gram; 1 year ; $1,630 tion Program; 1 year ; $2,970
OHIO UNIVEBIITY, Athens, Ohio ; Underprad- COLLEQN OB SAINT ELIZABETH, Convent Sta-
uate Research Participation Propr~n; 3 tion, N.J. ; Undergraduate Research Part4cC
mouths ; $4,770 pation Program; 1 year: $4,630
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, Delaware, SAINT JOSEPH COLL~QE, West Hartford,
Ohio Conn. ; Undergraduate Research Partfcipa-
Undergraduate Research Partk%pat<on tlon Program; 1 year ; $3,050
Program; 3 mouths ; $4,830 SAINT JOREPH’S COLLEOBI, Collegeville, Ind. ;
Undergraduate Reeearoh Partldpation Vnderoraduate Research PartCc4oation Pro-
Program; 1 year: $760 gram;1 year ; $3.760
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV~~SITX RI~SNARCI~ SAINT Lams UNIVERSITY, St. Louis, MO.
FODNDATION, Stillwater, Okla. ; Vnderpradu- Undergraduate Research Participat4on
ate Research ParticWation Program: 1 year : Prooram : 1 year : $3.020
$13,070 Under&a&ate’ Research Participation
OEEQON STATE COLLEOD, Corvallla, Oreg. Program; 1 year ; $2,490
Vnderaraduate Research Particivation SAINT MARTIN’S COLLEQE, Olympia, Wash. ;
Program: 3 mouths ; $5,580 Underaraduate Reeearch Particivation Pro-
Undergraduate Research ParticipaMon gram;-1 year ; $1,160
Program; 1 year ; $4,080 ST. MARY'S COLLEQE, Winona, Minn. ; Vnder-
Undergraduate Research Partic4patCn graduate Research Parttctpation Program:
Proflramm; 1 year ; $3,510 1 year ; $6,560
Vnderoraduate Reeearch Partiaivation SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSI~P OF SAN ANTONIO,
Program; 1 year ; $2,060 San Antonio, Tex. ; Undergraduate Reeearch
Undergraduate Reeearoh Partic4pat<on ParHctpation Program; 1 year; $7,040
Program; 1 year ; $2,000 UNIVEHSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, San Fran-
Undergraduate Research Part4c4patton cisco, Calif. ; Undergraduate Research Par-
Program; lyear;$830 tkipation Program; 1 year: $1,830
Vnderoraduate Research Particfvatiofl SNATTLN PACIFIC COLLEO~, Seattle, Wash. :
Programs 1 year; $810 Undergraduate Research Partidpation Pro-
UNIVERSITY OB OREQON, Eugene, Oreg. ; Vn- gramj 1 year; $6,410
dergraduate Reeearch Partlc@ation Pro- SEATTLD UNIVEBSITY, Seattle, Wash. ; Vnder-
gram; 1 year ; $45,870 graduate Reeearch Participation Proaram:
COLLEQN OB THE PACIBIC, Stockton, Calif.; i year; $10,990
Undergraduate Research Partto4pation PrO- UNIVERSITY OB SOUTH CAEOLINA. Columbia,
gram; 1 year ; $5,620 S.C. ; Vnderpradzrate Reeearch Participation
UNIVERSITP OF PENNSYLVANIA, Phlladel- Program; 1 gear; $9,660
phla, ; Pa. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Carbondale.
Undergraduate Research Particoipation Ill. ; Undergraduate Research Participation
Program; 1 year ; $660 Program; 1 year: $11,740
Undergraduate Reeearch Participat{on SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY. Dallas,
Program; 3 months ; $7,380 Tex. ; Undergraduate Reeearoh Partioipation
Undergraduate Research Participation Program; 1 year: $7,990
Program; 1 year : $4,750 SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY AND AIXIICULTURAL
POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE OB BBOOKLYN, AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE, Baton Rouge,
Brooklyn, N.Y. ; Undergraduate Research La. ; Undergraduate Research Part4cipation
Participation Program; 1 year; $9,190 Prooram: 1 vear: 11.620
POMONA COLLEGE, Claremont, Calif. ; Vnder- SO&HIOA~T&N ST;T~ COLLEGE, Durant,
graduate Research Participation Program; Okla. ; Undergraduate Research Participa-
1 year ; $17,570 tion Program; 1 year; $3,710
PRINCETON UNIVBIRSITY, Princeton, N.J. ; SOUTHWISTEBN AT MEMPHIS, Memphis,
Undergraduate Research Parttoipat4on Pro- Tenn. : Vsderoraduate Reeearch Particiva-
gram; 1 year ; $14,430 tion Pkogram,~ 3 months ; $6,250
UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, Rio Pledras, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Stanford, Callf. ; Un-
P.R. : Vnderoraduate Research Particivat4on dergraduate Research Participation Pro-
Program; 1 sear ; $4,600 gram; 1 year : $17,580
UNIVERSITY or REDLANDS, Redlands, Calif. ; STATID COLLNQE OB AQRICULTUED AND EN-
Undergraduate Research Participation Pro- OINIOERINB, Raleigh, N.C. ; Undergraduate
gram; 3 months ; $6,260 Research Partkipation Program; 1 year ;
REED COLLEQQ, Portland, Oreg. ; Vnderprad- $13,510
uate Reeearch Participation Program; 1 STATS UNIVEESITY 0~ IOWA, Iowa City,
yenr ; $13,700 Iowa
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTN, Troy, Undergraduate Research Participation
N.Y. ; Undergraduate Research PartWpation Program; 1 year; $9,170
Program; 1 year ; $14,470 Undergraduate Research Partictpatton
RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF STATEI UNIVER- Program; 1 year; $3,680
SITY OR NEW YORK. Albanr. N.Y.: Under- SYBACIJS~ UNIVERSITY RNSEARCH FOUNDA-
graduate Research >articip%tion Program; TION, Syracuse, N.Y. ; Undergraduate Re-
3 months ; $8,500 search Partioipation Propram; 11 mouths ;
Roscom B. JACKSON MEYOBIAL LABORATORY. $7,820
Bar Harbor. Maine : Vndervraduate Reeearch UNIVEESITY OF TNNNESSNN, Knoxville, Teun.
Partictpatidn Program; 3-mouths ; $12,140 Undergraduate Research Partkipation
ROSNMONT COLLEOE, Rosemout, Pa.; Under- Propro&; 1 year; $4,860
flraduate Research Participat4on Program; Undergraduate Research Partt&pation
1 year ; $2,086 Program; 1 year; 87,410

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TIOXAS WOMAN’S UNIVDESITY. Denton, Tex. room UNIVERSITY, New Haven, Corm.:
Undergraduate Research Patt(olpation lTnde?graduate Research Participation Pro-
Program; 1 year; $9,390 Tram; 1 year ; $23,630
Undergraduate Researoh Partioipation
Prograk; 1 year; $2,190 Summer &ience Training Program for Seo-
Undergraduate Research Port4dpot4on wzdarg School Student8
Program: 3 months; $1.720 AQRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL COLL~QB OB
Undergraduate Reeeorch Part4ctpat4on NORTH CAROLINA. Greensboro. N.C. : Bummer
Program; 1 year; $1,510 Science Training Program ‘lo? Beoondary
UNIVEIWTY OF TEXAS, Austin, Ter.; Under- School Students; 4 weeks: $17,040
graduate Reeearoh Participat4on Program; 3 SQRICIJLTIJRAL AND MECHANICAL COLLQQE
months : 37.260 1~ TEXAS, College Station, Tex.; Summer
TUFTS UNIVERSITY. Medford, Mass. ; Under- Science Training Program for Secondary
graduate Research Partio4pation Program; 1 School Students; 5 weeks: $10,910
sear; $9,230 UNIVPIRSITY OP ALASKA, College, Alaska :
TULANE UNIVERSITY OB LOUISIANA, New Summer Science Training Program for Eeo-
Orle&ns, La. ; Undergraduate Re8earoh Par- wdarg School Studenta: 3 weeks: $12,790
t4cipation Program; 1 year; $18.100 AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES,
TUSKI~EQEI INSTITUTIO, Tuskeegee Institute, Boston, Mae& ; Summer Sofence Training
Ala. ; Undergraduate Research Partioipation Program for Secondary School Students;
Program; 1 year; $15,000 10 weeks ; $33,570
UNION COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY, Sche- AMERICAN MBTEOROLOCICAL SOCIETY, Boston.
nectady. N.Y. ; Undergraduate Reeearoh Par- Mass. : 8ummer Science Training Program
t404pat4on Program; 1 year: $5.690 for Secondarg School Studente; 7 weeks:
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, Salt Lake City, Utah $25,940
Undergraduate Reeearch Partic4oation AMBRICAN MUBEUM OF NAT~IRAL HISTORY,
Prograk; 3 months: $10,720 New York, N.Y.: 8ummer Btience Traaning
Undergraduate Reeearch Part4ofpation Program for Secondary School Studente;
Program: 1 sear: 18.100 4 weeks ; $5.710
VILLANO~A U&~&I&, Villanova, Pa. ; Un- APFALA~HIAN STATS TBIACH~RS Co~~aoar,
dergraduate Research Portlcipation Pro- Boone. N.C. : Bummer Science Trainfun Pro-
warn; 1 year ; $4,070 grnm for Secondary School Studen&; 6
VIRRINIA FISHER~IS LABORATORY, Qloucester weeks : $21,400
Point, Va. ; Undergraduate Research Par- UNIvEnsITY OF ARIZONA, Tucson, Arm. : E&km-
tic4pation Program; 3 months: $7,700 me? Sc4ence Training Program for Secondary
VIRQINIA POLYTDCHNIC INSTITUTIP. Blacks- School Students: 9 weeks : $8,130
burg. Va.; Undergraduate Research Par- ASSUMPTION COLLEQE, Worceeter, Mass. ;
ticlpatton Program; 1 year; $8,990 ?Yumnmer Science Training Program for Bet-
VIEQINIA STATS COLLEQ~, Petersburg. Va. ; ondarg School Students; 6 weeks: $15,600
Undergraduate Reeearch Partic4pation Pro- UNIVERSITY OR CALIFORNIA. Rerk?ley, Calif.
gram; 1 year : $6.650 Summer Science Training Program for
WARASH COLLEQQ, Crawfordsvllle. Ind. : Us Secondary School Studenta; 6 weeks:
dergraduate Research Pa?ticip&ion ‘Pro- $7,350
gram: 3 months: $5.320 Summa? Science Tra4ning Program for
WAY& STATS &&RSITY, Detroit, Mleh. ; Secondary School Student8 ; 8 weeks : $4,100
Undergraduate Research Porttclpation Pro- BENNRTT COI,LEG~. Greensboro. N.C. : 8um-
gram; 3 months; $4,810 me? Sdence Training Program for Second-
WEST VIRQINIA WESLEYAN COLLQQQ, Buek- nq, School Students: 6 weeks ; $40,570
hannon. W. Va.: Undergraduate Reeearch ROSToN ~JNIVERSITP, Boston, Mass. : Summer
Part404pation Program; 1 year ; $6,330 h’oience Trafning Program for Secondary
WESTERN KENTUCKY STATFJ COLLEGE, Bowl- School Students; 8 weeks ; $1.230
ing Qreen. Ky : Undergraduate Research UNIVERSITY 0~ BRIDQEPORT, BrIdgeport,
Part4c4patlon Program; 1 Year: $5.950 Corm. ; Bummer Science Training Program
WESTBUN MICAIQAN UNIVIRSITY; Kalamazoo, to? t3econdary School Students; 7 weeks;
Mich. : Undergraduate Research Partldna- $23,950
tion Program; 1 year; $9,060 BRIRHAM YOUNQ UNIVERSITY, Provo, Utah :
WESTEIRN RESERVE UNIVERSITY. Cleveland. Summer Science Trafning Program for Sec-
Ohio ; Undergraduate Reseal-& Parttctpo: ondary School Students: 2 weeks : $16,280
tion Program : 1 rear : 219.186 BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY, Lewisburp, Pa. ;
WESTERN STATE C%LL&~ or C%LORA~O, Gun- Sumner Science Training Program for Sec-
nison, Colo. : Undergraduate Reeearch Par- ondnrv School Students; 5 weeks: $12,050
tic4pat4on Program; 1 year: $4,830 BUTLER UNIVERRITY. Indianapolls, Ind. ;
Summer Science Trainina Proarom for Seo-
WHITTIBlR COLLEQI, Whittier, Calif. : Under- ondarg School Students;-7 weeks ; $4,790
graduate Research Particfpation Program; CALIFORNIA STATB POLYT~ZHNIC COLLIQQ~,
4 months : 31.150
San Luis Obisno. Calif.: lgummer lgcicncs
UNIVI?IRSITY 01~ WICHITA, Wichita, Kane. ; Training Progbn for ‘Secondary School
Undergraduate Research Partidoatinn
-_ Pm-
--- --- Student%; 4 weeks : $19,750
gram ; 1 year ; $3.490 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. Chicago, Ill. : 8um-
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, Madison, Wls. : mer S&me Training Progrnm for Becond-
Undergraduate Research Part4c4pation Pro- arg School Stwdente; 6 weeks: $40,570
gram;1 year: $8,920 COLQATE UNIVERSITY. Hamllton, N.Y. : Sum-
COLLWJ~ OF WooSTEa, Wooster, Ohio ; Under- me? Science Tratntng Program for Second-
graduate Reaearoh Parttcfpotion Program; arg School Students: 6 weeks ; $14,550
1 year ; $7,900 COLL~Q~ Or THEO HOLY NA&~ES. Oakland,
XAVIER UNIVERSITY. Cincinnati, Ohlo ; Un- Callf. ; Summer Sdence Training Prograk
dergraduate Rescarah Part(c(pat4on Pro. for Secondary School Students; 6 weeks:
gram; 1 year; $6,410 $13,290

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COLoRln0 Cormx4~, Colorado Springs, Colo. : Xolence Tralaing Program for Xeoondaty
8ummer bWence Tm4ning Program for Bet. BohooZ Xtudenta; 9 weeks ; $480
ondary Xchool Xtudente; 8 weeks; $12,33C KNOX COLLEQEI, Galesburg, Ill.; Bummer
COLUMBIA UNIVEREITY, New York, N.Y.; Xcience Training Progr& for Beoondary
Bummer Xoience Tra4ning Program for 8ec. School Btudente: 4 weeks: $11.360
ondary XchooZ Students; 6 weeks; $33,8OC KNOXVILLIO COLL&E, Kno&iile,‘Tenn. ; Xum-
COOPER UNION, New York, N.Y.; summe? mer b’c4enoe Training Propram for Secondary
Xoience Train4ng Program for Xecondars School Xtudenta; 8 weeks; $27,360
XchooZ Xtudente; 6 weeks: $18,080 LOUISIANA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Ruston,
COnNmLL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, N.Y. : Summer La. : Bnmmer Xc4ence Train(ng Program for
Xe4ence TraZning Program for Xecondary secondary Xchool Xtudentcr; 7 weeks;
BohooZ Xtudenta; 6 weeks ; $25,890 $19.710
UNIVERSITY OB DETROIT, Detroit, Mich. ;
summer Science Tra4ning Program for Rec. LOUISIANA STATB~ UNIVERSITY AND AQRICUG
TUBAL AND MECHANICAL CoLLooa, Baton
ondarv School Xtudente: 8 weeks : $10.540 Rouge, La.; Nummer Science Training Pro-
EAST CAROLINA COLLEQE, Greenviile; N:C. ;
Bummer Xoience TraZning Progrnm for Xec- gram for secondary BehooZ Xtndents; 9
ondury XchooZ Studente; 3 weeks ; $8,080 weeks : $12,020
EAST TEXAS STATS COLLEGE, Commerce, LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OA Los ANQELES, Los
Tex. : Xummer Science Trainfno Prooram for Angeles, Calif. ; Xummer Science Train4ng
Secondary &hooZ b’tudents; 5 ‘weeks: $5,640 Program for Becondarg school Xtudente; 1
IASTMRN MONTANA COLLEGE OB EDUCATION, year ; $3,150
Billings. Mont. : i3mnmer NoIence Train4no UNIVERSITY OB MAINE, Orono, Maine; Xum-
Progr% for Secondary XchooZ Btudente; 6 mer BcZence Traln4ng Program for Becon-
weeks ; $2,100 dary BchooZ Students; 4 weeks; $42,780
EMORY COLLEQE. Atlanta. Ga.: Bummer MANHATTAN COLLEQHI, New York, N.Y.;
LMence Tra4n4ng Prograk for ‘Xeoondary Bummer Bc4ence Train4na Program for Xec-
XahooZ Xtudents; 5 weeks: $11,450 ondary Xchool Xtndentsi 6 weeks ; .$10,770
E~IORY AND HENRY COLLBQE, ,hOry, Va.; MANKATO STATB~ COLLEQBI. Mankato. Minn. :
Summer b’elence Trainhg Program for Hec- summer Xoience Train4ng Program for Xeo-
ondaru XchooZ lYtadent8: 5 weeks : %4.QRO ondarg b’ohool students; 2 weeks ; $7,980
FLORIDA STATS UNIVERSITY, T&iai;assee. UNIVERSITY OB MARYLAND, College Park,
Fla. ; Xumner Xciellce Training Program for Md. ; Bummer b’ctence Training Program for
Secondary XchooZ Students; 2 weeks: SeC0ndaf-g igchool BtUdent8; 10 weeks;
$8,600 $3,820
UNIVERSITY 08 FLORIDA, Gainesville, Fla. ; UNIVERSITY OB MIAMI, Coral Gables, Fla. ;
Bummer Xcience Tra4n4no Program for Xec- Summer Science Train4aa Program for Xec-
ondary Xohool Btudentsi 8 w&ks ; -$14,630 ondarv b’chool Students; 9 weeks ; $9,030
GENEVA COLLEQE, Beaver Falls, Pa. ; Xum- MICHIGAN STATBI UNIV~CRSITY oe AQRICUL-
mer Xc4ence Tra4ning Program for b’econdary TURE AND APPLIED ScInNca, mast Lansing,
School Btudents; 9 weeks; $3,945 Mich. ; Slunmer Xcience Tra4ninng Program
GEORGE PEABODY COLLECT ROR TEACHERS, for Xecondarzi XchooZ Studenta; 6 weeks:
Nashville, Term. ; Summer Science Training $40,890
Program for Secondary BchooZ Students; 8 UNIVERSITY OB MICZ~IGAN, Ann Arbor, Mich. ;
weeks ; $51,700 Summer science Training Program for Xec-
GODDARD COLLEBE, Plainfleld, Vt. : Xuntnter ondary XchooZ Students; 6 weeks; $23,680
Sc4ence Training Program for Xecondary UNIVERSITY OB MINNESOTA, Minneapolis,
BchooZ Xtudenta : 5 weeks : $10.140 Mlnn. : Sumner Xc~ence Train4ng Program
HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE, I&wnsville, Tex. ; for Xecondarg XchooZ Btudente; 10 weeks;
Bummer Xclence Trai?ting Program for Set- $15,770
ondary School b’tudents: 4 weeks : $7.700 MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLL&IQ~, Hatties-
HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington’, D.C. ; burg, Miss.; Bummer Xcience Trading Pro-
Summer Science Tra4nino Prooram for Xec- gram for Xecondary XchooZ Xtudente; 2
ondary XchooZ Students;-8 weeks ; $i4,320 weeks ; $12,500
HUMBOLDT STATa COLLEGE, Arcata, Calii’. ; UNIVPJRSITY 01 MISSOURI, Columbia, MO. :
8ummer Xeierze Tralnlng Program for Xee- Summer Xcience Traintny Program for Xeo-
ondary XchooZ #t&dents; 4 weeks; $20,000 ondary BchooZ Xtudents; 7 weeks ; $17,600
HUNTER COLLE~IO, New York, N.Y.
Bummer Xcience Tratn4ng Program for MONTANA STATH~ COLL~QE, Boseman, Mont. ;
Secondary School Students; 4 weeks ; $6,050 Summer Xc4ence Tra4ning Program for Bee-
Bummer Science Train4ng Program for ondory XchooZ Studenta;- we&k6 ; $23,250
Xecondary h’chool Xtudents; 6 weeks ; $4,710 MONTANA STATH~ UNIVERSITY, Missoula,
ILLINOIS INSTITIJTH~ OB TEC?HNOLOQY, Chi- Mont. ; Summer Xo4ence Train4ng Program
cago, Ill. ; &mwner b’o4ence Training Pro- for Xecondaru XchooZ Students: 4 weeks:
gram for Becondarv school Students: 1 $4,730 -
jear ; $19,950 MORQAN STATE COLLEGE, Baltimore, Md.;
INDIANA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION. Bloom- Summer 6Wenoe Tra4n4ng Program for Xec-
ington, Ind. ; Xumner Xc4ence Trat&zg Pro- ondaru h’chool Xtudente; 6 weeks: $17.500
gram for Secondary school Xtudente; 8 MORR& BROWN COLLEGIO; Atlanta, da. ; Xum-
weeks ; $20,620 mer Xc4ence Training Progrant for Becond-
INTER-AMERICAN UNIVPRSITY oip PUERTO ary XchooZ Students; 9 weeks; $16,900
RICO, San German, P.R. ; Bummer Xcdence NEWARK COLLEOD OR ENCINEERINQ, Newark,
Tralnlng Program for Xecondery School N.J. : Xulnmer Xdence Tra4n4na Program for
Xtudents : 8 weeks : $5.500 Necokdary School Xtudents; 4weeka; $3,&O
UNIVQRSI~Y 01 K&s&, Lawrence, Kans. ; NEW ENQLAND INSTITUTHI BO& MEDICAL RB-
Bummer Xc4ence Tra4n4ng Program for Nec- SHIARCA, Ridge&Id, Corm. : summer Xc4ence
ondary XohooZ Xtudente; 4 weeks; $14,740 Train4ng Program for Xecondary BohooZ
KENYON COLLPQIO, Gambier, Ohio; Xuntmer Ntudente; 10 weeks ; $400

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Nsw MEXICO IN~~ITUTB~ OB MINING AND cST. CLOUD STATE COLLIU~E, St. Cloud, Minn. ;
T~CHNOLOQY, Socorro, N. Mex. Lt’ummer Science Trahfng Program for 8ec-
E?umvner science Trafnino Prooram for mdaru School Students: 4 weeks: $14.920
Secondary School Studalts; 9” week; ! 3~. OLAB COLLEGE. North5eld, Miin.‘; &urn-
$14,150 1.mer Science Trafnbg Program for Second-
Buvnmw Science Trafnino Prooram for 0rry School Studfxte; 8 weeks; $34,740
Xecondaru School Studenis; 9” week; t SALEM COLLEQe, ‘S&m, W. Vs.; ,%lnmer
$16,150 Science Training Program for Secondary
NEW YORE BOTANICAL GARDEN, Bronx Park, 1YchooZ Students: 6 weeks: $2.820
N.Y., N.Y.; Bummer &fence Trabfng Pro- 1JNIVEBSITY OB SANTA CLA&~ kanta Clara,
grant for Secondary School Studenta; (lalif. : Summer Boience Tvdnino Procram
6 weeks: $14,750 I ‘or Skcondarg School Students;- 6 weeks ;
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y. j14,490
Summer Science Training Program for SOUTII DAKOTA STATS COLLEGIP OB AQRI-
Secondary School Students; 6 weeks ; $5,660 ‘ULTURI AND NECHANIC ARTS, Brooking&
Bumvner Science Training Program for 3. Dak. ; Summer Science Training Program
Secondary School Students; 8 weeks ; $3,970 I ‘or Secondary School Studente; 6 weeks;
NORTH CAROLINA COLLEQP AT DURHA~~, u$9,660
Durham, N.C.; Bummer Science l’rafning JOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF NINES AND TECH-
Program for Secondary School Students; VOLOQY. Rapid City, 8. Duk. ; Summer
6 weeks ; $15,440 Wence Training Program for Secondary
NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE 08 AGRI- ichool Student8 : 2 weeks : $4.790
CULTURE AND ENGIN~ERINQ, Raleigh, N.C. ; STATFI UNIVERSITY OB SO~T~I .DAKOTA, Ver-
Sumner Science Training Program for SeC- I nillion, S. Dak. ; Summer Science Trainfng
ondarg School Students; 6 weeks; $9,680 1r’rogram jor Secondary School Students; 6
NORTHERN MICIZIG~N COLLEQE, Marquette, >xceks ; $7,210
Mich. ; Summer Science Training Program ~OUTIIBRN ILLINOIS UNIVEBSITY, Carbondale,
for Secondary School Students; 4 weeks; 111.; Summer Science Training Program for
$16,500 Secondary School Students; 7 weeks;
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, Ill. ; $11,840
Suvnvner Science Trafnfng Program jor Sec- $OUT~XRN METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Dallas,
ondary School Students; 6 weeks; $5,700 , Il’ex. ; Sumvner Science Training Program
NORWICH UNIVERSITY, North5eld, Vt. ; Sum- for Secondary School Studente; 5 weeks;
veer lgcfence Trafnlng Program for Second- $8,300
ary School Students; 4 weeks; $5,830 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATES COLLEQ~, Nacog-
UNIVERSITY OA NOTRE DAME, Notre Dame, ,doches, Tex. ; b’ummer Science Training Pro-
Ind. : Summer Science Procram for Second-Iyram for Secondary School Students; 6
ary School Students; 7 weeks ; $3,155 weeks ; $8,830
OHIO UNIVHIRSITY, Athens, Ohio; Summer ISTETSON UNIVERSITY, De Land, Fla.: Bum-
b’clence Training Program for Secondary mer Science Training Program jor Second-
School Studente; 3 weeks; $21,600 ,sry SchooZ Students; 8 weeks ; $23,140
OKLAHOMA ‘STATE UNIVERSITY OB AQarcnL~ TENN&SSE~ POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTBI, Cooke-
TURB AND APPLIED ‘SCIENCIO, Stillwater, Okla.
ville, Term. ; Bummer &fence Train(ng Pro-
Sumvner Bofence Training Program for
gram for Secondary School Students; 4
Secondary School Students; 6 weeks; ; weeks : $6,650
$16,770 1UNIVERSITY OB T~NNESSIOIO, Knoxville, Tenn. ;
Bummer Science Trafnfng Program fog
Summer Science Trafning Program for Sec-
Secondary School Students; 7 weeks ; $4,710 ondary School Students; 6 Weeks; $17,120
ORID~ON STATS COLLEQE, Corvallis, ’TEXAS TECHNOLOQICAL
Ore& ;: COLLICRQ, Lubbock,
Bummer Science Training Program Tex. ; Summer Scfence Training
for Net. Program for
ondarg School Students; 2 weeks: $14,25( ) Seooadary School Students; 6 weeks ; $5,100
PRIIRI~ VIEW AGRICULTURAL AND M~CHAN, . Taxas WOMAN’S UNIYIRSITY, Denton, Tex. ;
ICAL COLLEQBI, Prairie View, Tex. Sumner Science Trafnfng Program jar Sec-
Summer Bcience Training Program ondary School Students;
jot 11 weeks ; $14,110
Secondary School Students; 5 weeks ; $5,50( UNIVERSITY OB TEXAS, Austin, Tex.
Sumner Science Training Program Summer
fat b’cience Training Program for
Secondary School StUdcnt8; 5 weeks ; $4,98( ) Secondary School Students; 6 weeks ; $9,886
UNIVERSITY OB PUERTO RICO, Rio Piedras Buvnvner Science Training Program for
P.R. ; Summer Science Training Program 1Secondary School Students; 6 weeks ; $9,640
for Beconderg School Students; 6 weeks Bummer Science Trainfng Program jor
$13,000 Secondary School Studenta; 5 weeks ; $9,390
PURDUF, RE~S~ARCH FOUNDATION, Lafayette Bummer &fence Training Program jor
Ind. ; Summer Science Training Program fol Secondary School Students; 6 weeks ; $9,245
Secondary School Studente; 8 weeks TRINITY COLLEQBI, Hartford, Corm. ; Summer
$20,450 Bofence Trafning Program for Secondary
ROSWE.LL PARK MEMORIAL INSTITUTD, Buf School Studente; 7 weeks; $21,950
fslo. N.Y.
falo, N.Y.: ; Bumvner
Bummer Ekdence
science Training
Trainino Pro UNIVEBSITY OB TULSA, Tulsa, Okla.; Bum-
gram
g&k jor .Secondary
Secondary School Studenta; ! ; mer Science Trainina Prooram for Secondary
weeks ; $7,050 School Students; 4- week& ; $‘&600
RUTQERS, THE STATS UNIVBRSITY, Nea 7 WALDEMAB MH~DICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION,
Brunswick. N.J. : Suvnmer Science Train INC., Port Washington, N.Y.; Summer Scf-
ing Progrbcm jok Secondary School Stu ence Training Program for Secondary School
de&a; S-weeks ; $14,210 Students; 8 weeks; $16,960
SAINT AUQUSTINE’S COLLEGE. Raleigh. N.C. WASHINQTON UNIVHIBSITY, St. LOUIS, No. ;
Summer Science Training Pkogram fir Set Bummer Scknce Training Program jar Sec-
ondar-g School Studente; 6 weeks; $11,261 0 ondary School Students; 6 weeks; $2,016

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W~BTEBN K~PNTUCICY STATS COLL~QE, Bowl- Preparation and Publication of Draw&t@8
Ing Green, Ky. %nd Instruation8 jor biaking oj Apparatus
Bummer &ienoe Training Program jor for College Phyefce; 1 year; $25,470
Beoondary B&o01 Btudente; 8 weeks; Program of VlsMng Bcientiste in Physics
$24,000 (Colleges) ; 1 year ; $52,100
Pummer Bcienee Training Program jor Visiting Soientietr to High Sohookr Pro-
Secondary School Students; 8 weeks; gram in Phgeice; 1 year ; $28,280
$22,800 VisUing Foreign Bcientlstr Program 4n
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIV~~ZBITY, Kalamazoo, Phys$ce; 1 year ; $27,270
Mich. : Summer Science Training Program Writino. Revroduciw. and Dietributino ol
jor Bkcondary School Studenta;. 6 wicks; Three U&eer Booklet8-in Phyeics; 1 year*;
$18,620 $17,700
WISCONSIN STATS COLLARS, La Crosse, Wis. ; AMERICAN M~T~OEOLOQICAL SOCIBITY. Boston.
Summer Soience Tratntng Program jot ffeo- Mass.
ondarg School Students; 6 weeks; $6,000 VCtting Lecture8 Program in hfeteorol-
WOPCESTIUE FOUNDATION BOB EXPIBIYENTAL ogu; 1 year ; $80,800
BIOLOQY, Shrewsbury, Mass.; Summer Sai- Vi84ting SoientWa i* Yetewology; 1 year ;
ence Training Program for Secondary School $61.000
_.-,_.
Studente; 9 weeks; $20,870 AYPRICAN PHYSIOL~QICAL SOCIETY, Wash-
YESHIVA UNIVICBSITY, New York, N.Y. ; Sum- ington, D.C.
mer Science Training Program jor Seo- Two Career Injormation Brochures; 1
ondory School Students; 9 weeks; $18,290 year ; $22,080
Vi&in@ Lecturer8 in Phyeiology; 2 years ;
Other $11,940
ACADEMY OP SCIENCP OB ST. LOUIS, Oak Workehop on the Teaching of Phg8(OlO@g
Knoll Park, St. Louis, MO.; Sdence Project in Undergraduate CoZlege.8; 2 weeks ; $8,370
to Motivate Intereat in Science Am&c@ AMERICAN SOCIETY BOB ENGINEMBINQ EDUCA-
Youno Peoole : 1 vear : $17.760 TION, DIVISION 08 ENQINEERING, Pasadena,
AGEI&LTU~A~ A& ~&‘EA~~ICAL COLL~PE OP Calif.; Eachange diission to USSR on En-
Tsxas, College Station, Tex. ; A Short Course gineering Education; 80 days; $29,000
jor High School Science Teacher8 at the AMERICAN SOCIICTY BOB ENQINEERINQ EDUCA-
Galveston Yarine Laboratory; 3 weeks; TION, NOBTHIASTEBN UNIVERSITY, Boston,
$17,950 Mass. ; Program oj Visiting Scientists in
A~~ERICAN ANTEBOPOLOGICAL ASEIOCIATION. Engineering; 1 year ; $18,325
LOQAN Mns~ubi, B&LOIT COLLDGI, Beloit. AMERICAN SOCIETY OB Zoo~o~~srs, STAN-
wie. ; Program of Yieiting Lecturer8 in BOBD UNIVEESITY, Stanford, Calff. ; Refresher
Anthropology; 1 year ; $22,000 Course &n Evolution; 1 month; $3,500
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOS TI~Q ADVANCE- ARIZONA ACADEMY 0~ SCIB~NCH~, Flagstaff,
MENT OF SC1mNCm, WaShingtOn, D.C. Ariz. ; Proposal jor a Tour Lectureship and
Hilary J. Deuson. Project Director; In-Service Teaching Program; 1 year;
Traveling High School Science Library Pro- $22,120
gram; 1 year; $500,000 UNIVERSITY OB ABIZONA, Tucson, Arie.; A
Traveling High School and Elementary Program jor Reeearch Participation jor
School Science Library Program; 1 year; Teacher Trdning; 9 weeks: $18,950
$300,000 BOSTON UNIVDBSITY, Boston, Mass. : Re-
AM~EICAN ASSOCIATION OB JUNIOB COLL~OIS, search Participation Program for Teacher
Washington, D.C. ; Eachange Visit of a ffroup Training; 8 weeks ; $7,320
of United State8 Teohnical Inetitute Edu- BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY, Waltham, Maas. ;
c&ore With an Equivalent Group From the Special Field Institute In Theoretical
Intermediate Techniouns oj the USSR; 8 Physics; 6 weeks ; $19,600
months ; $28,100 BRIGHAN YOUNQ UNIVIGRSITY, Provo, Utah ;
AIQRICAN ASSOCIATION OB PHYSICS TRACE- Reeearch PartMpation Program for High
1~8, NOBTHWNSTERN UNIVQRSITY, Evanston, School Science Teachere; 9 weeks; $14,260
Ill. : Conference to Studu Leoture Demon- BU~~~ALO SOCIETY OB NATURAL SCIENCES,
etr&one- in Qeneral C&lege PhySiC8; 8 BU~RALO Muslcn?d OP SCIENCE, Buffalo, N.Y. ;
days ; $8,620 Supplemental Science Program; 1 year;
.%YICKICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY, U.S. $10,480
Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C. ; Pro- UNIVIORSIT~ 08 BUFFALO, Buffalo, N.Y.; Re-
gram oj Visiting Scientist8 in Astronomy; search Participation by Oual4jled High School
1 year; $88,115 Chemistry Teachers; 9 weeks; $6,380
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIZT~, Washlngton, UNIVERSITY OB CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, Calli.
D.C. Experimental Program in Training Seo-
Program Of ViSihQ &dt%tiS~S; 15months ; ondarg School Teachers; 3 years ; $56,600
$85,000 High School Science Teachere’ Summer
Vieiting Sctentiate; 9 months ; $27,660 Reeeareh Project; 10 weeks; $38,800
AMI~EICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY’s NIUW YOBK Junior Research in hfathemattcs for Un-
BECTION, INC., Richmond Hill, N.Y.; Yolea dergraduatea, Secondary School Teacher8
ular Structure and Vital Proceeree; 1 day; aad Secondaru School Students: 1 year :
$2,200 $21,470 -
A&I~RICAN INSTITUTE OS BIOLOQICAL Ser. Summer Field Traln3ltg Inet4tute jar Grad-
ENCICS, Washington, D.C. uate Student8 in Archaeologg and Ethnol-
Program of Visiting Lecturer8 In Biology , oou : 0 weeks : %1&400
to High SchooZ8; 1 year ; $28,000 CHICAQO AC&&& 0~ SCIBINCBS, ChiCSgO,
Program of Visiting Bcienticrte in B4o?ogy, Ill. : Science Seminar and Work8hop ; 1 year ;
1 year ; $62,560 $4.190
AM~CHICAN INSTITUTE OP PHYSICS, New York, UNIVEI%SITY OB CHICAQO, Chicago, Ill.: Sur-
N.Y. vey oj Reoent loat European Uterature in

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Elementoru, Becondoru, ord College Kothe- BIoHLANDS BIOLOGICAL STATION, INC.,
mot4cs; 2 ,,a,, ; $lOl,ibO Eighlands, N.C. ; A Research Porticipotton
CITY COLLEQE. New York. N.Y. : A series oj Program for Teacher Training; 6 weeks;
%no~~8trot& Lecture8 in Phy&cs jor Eigi $4,350
School and Junior Htgh Bohool 19tudents; HIRAM COLLIGE, Hiram, Ohio; Advanced
5 months; $2,505 Mothemolic8 Program jor Acodem4oolly
CLARKSON COLLEGB OB TECHNOLOQY, Pots- Talented H4gh &hool fftudents; 1 year;
dam, N.Y.; Research Portfc~potion Program $4,250
for Teacher Troin4no: 0 weeks: 217.440 EOWABD UNIVQRSITY, Washington, D.C. ; Re-
?OLLE(II OB THE PA&SIC, Stockton, tiallf.; search Participation Program jor #eoondory
Research Participation Program jot Teooh- BchooZ Teachera; 8 weeks ; $31.400
er Troiw4ng; 7 weeks ; $5,730 ILLINOIS INSTITUTB~ 0~ TECHNOMQY, Chi-
COLLEQE OF WOOSTER, Wooster, Ohio ; CvoZ- cago, Ill. ; Research Portfcipotton jor Teoch-
uotion oj Faculty and Undergraduate Re ers oj B4oZogy; 6 weeks ; $5.320
search in the Liberal Art8 College; 10 days ; UNIWR~ITY OF ILLINOIS, Chicago, Ill. ; Con-
$14.170 jerenoe oj High School and College Teoch-
COLORADO-WYOMING ACADEMY OB SCIENCI, ere of Chem48trg; 1 day ; $200
COLORADO COLLEGE, Colorado Springs, COlO. : INDIANA ACADEMY OB SCIENCB, Indiana Uni-
Colorado-Wyomtng Gc4ence Lecturesh4p Pro- versity, Bloomington, Ind. : Visit4ng Scien-
gram;lyear;$3,250 tlste Program jor lilgh Xchools; 1 year;
COLORADO STATIC UNIVERSITY RESH~ARCH s16.760
FOUNDATION, Fort Collins, Colo. : ReSeorCh INDIANA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, Bloom-
Porticlpotion Project8 of Htgh Bohool and ington, Ind.
Junior College Xoience Teachers; 12 weeks; Conference on Trolning tn Phy84olog4co~
$22,860 Optic8; 11 days ; $7,400 ._”
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO. Boulder. Colo. : Research Porticipotion Program for High
Research Participation Program jo; Teach: BchooZ and College Teachers; 8 weelrs:
cm Training; 10 weeks ; $22,080 $21,300
UNIVEII~ITY OR COLOHADO. HIGH ALTITUDE V484ttng Foreign Staff Project jor the
Onss~va~onn, Boulder, &lo. ; Bummer Re. 1959 Bummer Institutes; 6 months ; $13,800
8eOvCh Grant8 for College i+?ienoe Teachers, INSTITUTE OB PAI~ER CAIDLIIRTRY, Appleton,
11 weeks ; $3,800 wis. ; Research Porticipot4on Program jor
COOPER UNION FOR TIIB ADVANCIYDNT OB Teacher Training; 8 weeks; $12,100
SCIENCI~ AND ART, Cooper Square, New York IOWA STATE COLLEGE OB AQRICULTUR~ AND
N.Y. : The Mathvmotica speaker8 Bureau oj MECHANIC ARTS, Ames, Iowa; Research
bfrtrbpolitan New York; i year; $1,520 Porticipotton Program ior Teacher Troin-
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, N.Y. ; Bum- Ino: 13 weeks : %lO.Spn IL.”

mer RcaeorCh Participation for Teacher [OkA STATE ‘T~A&RERS COLLEQE, Cedar
Training; 10 weeks: $25,310 Falls, Iowa.
DEFIANCH: COLLEGE. Defiance. Ohio : Investi- An E4ght-M reek Beminor in Xclence and
gotione 4n Allied Field8 By ahem48ts 4s the MothemOtiC8 for Superior Junior H4gh
Liberal Art8 Collegee; 5 days; $8,600 Bchool pupi, 18, and on Accompanying
UNIVERSITY 02p DSLAWARE, Newark, Del.; Teacher-Port& :ipotion Work8hop; 6 weeks;
Reseoroh Participation Program for Teooh- $0,240
er Training; 6 weeks : $11,600 Reaeorch Porttcipotion PlOf,,-OWI8 W
UNIVERSITY OP DENVER, Denver, Colo. Teacher Troinlwg; El weeks ; $7,910
Research Portioipot4on Program jor JOtiNs IIOFKINS UNIVEIlSITY, Baltimore.
Teacher Trois4ng; 0 weeks; $20,750 Md. ; Rupplementory Teaching Aid8 dn a NeW
Visiting Foreign Staff Project in 1959 Introductory Chemietrg Program; 1 ycnr ;
Summer Institutes; 6 months; $13,300 $39,500
DRAKE UXIV~~~ITY. Des Moines. Iowa: Re- .JUNIOB ENGINEERIXO TECI~NICAL SOCIETY,
8eorch PortiCipO&n Program jOr Teacher INC., East Lansing, Mich. ; Preparation and
Training; 8 weeks; $15,300 Preaentotion oj SI Academic l&Us; 1 year;
DUKE UNIVERSITY, Durham, N.C.; Emper& $16,680
mental Program in the Retraining of Armed KANSAS ACADEMY OB SCIENCE, KANSAR
Services Oflcers for Teochino hiOthemOtfC8 STATRI TEACHERS COLLEOB, Emporia, Kans. ;
in High School and College”; 15 months; Konsoe Jun4or Academy of Science Pro-
$11,750 gram and Science Certipcntion Requirement8
EDUCATIONAL TESTING S~;RVICFJ, Princeton, ond Teacher Training Improvement PrO-
N.J. ; Horizons of &4enoe; 3 months; gram,’ 1 year ; $32,180
$87,050 KANSAS STATE COLLEGE, Manhattan, Knns. ;
FLORII)A STATS UNIVXJ~SITY, Tallahassee, Research Participation Program for
Fla. ; Reeeorch Po?‘tic4pot~on Program for Teacher Trolning; 0 weeks; $16,330
Teacher Train4ng; 8 weeks; $12,240 KANSAR STATS TEACHERS COLLEGE, Em-
FURMAN UNIVBRSITY, Greenville, S.C. : Re. poria, Kans.
8eorch Znstit?Lle for 15oience Teachers; 6 Conjerenoe of Admtn48trotore oj the Hal-
weeks : 112.330 enoe Teacher8 4n the In-Berv$oe ZnstGute;
HARVI&' MIJDD COLLEQ~, Claremont, Calii. ; 1 day; $900
Conference on the Preaorot4on of Chem48. A Research Porticfpotion Program for
try ‘&?wde?&t8 for Graduate Work; 3 days; Teooher Troin4ng (n Biology; 12 weeks;
$6,500 $7,720
HAWAIIAN ACADEMY OP SCIENCE, Honolulu, UNIVERSITY OB KANSAE?. Lawrence. Kans.:
Hawaii. Chemical ReeeOvCh for Trdn4ng oj High
Ho1oaiton science Cluhe Beraice; 1 year ; School Teachers; 8 weeks: $16,700
$22,000 LOUISIANA ACADEMY OB SCIENCIO, LQUISIANA
Museums in Min4oture; 10 months ; $3,6OC STATE UNIVERSITY, Baton Rouge, La.; A
Teacher8 Xdence Bem4nar Ber4es; ia Program to Bt4mulote Intereet 4n Bc4me Cn
months ; $4,160 Qre-College Bhdents and to Provide Them

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With Opportuntties for ldence loperience ; Vfsittng Geoscientistn; 1 year ; $60,400
1 year; $16,310 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCI~NCSS. Washing-
LOUIEIANA STATS UNIVHIRBITY, Baton Rouge !* ton, D.C. : Visiting GeoZogtcaZ Ec4entOts
La. ; Bummer Research Participation Pro I- Program; 1 year; $25,600
gram for Science Teacher TraZning; !D NATIONAL 4-H CLUB FOUNDATION, Wash-
weeks ; $25,320 ington, D.C. ; An Exploratory Oonference
MARYLAND ACADEMY OB SCIENCEE, Baltl .- on Expanding the Intereet and UnderetMtd-
more. Md. ing oj Science Through 4-H Club Work;
Afargland Bdence Teaching Improvemen t 2 days; $9,545
Program; 8 months ; $4,320 NE~BRASKA ACADEMY OF SCI&NCIS, INC., Uni-
Program to Create, Maintain and Circu ,- versity of Nebraska, Lincoln. Nebr.: Vielt-
late Mobile Enhibite Among the Bchoole ; in0 Bdentists Program; 1 year ; $15,500
1 year; $24,420 NEWARK COLLEGI OB ENQINEERINQ. Newark.
UNIY~BSITY 08 MAEYLAND, College Park N.J. ; Research Participation Pro&am ~7;;
Md. ; Reeearch Participation Program jar r Teacher Tragning; 8 weeks: $15,370
Tralntng or High BchooZ Physic8 Teacher8 ; NEW HAMPSAIR~ ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, UNI-
7 week; $5,720 VERSITY OB NEW HAMPSIXIRE, Durham, N.H. :
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE 01 T~CHNOLOQY > A Program to Assiet BcZence Teacher8 and
Cambridge, Mass. Student8 in the lgecondarg BchooZ8 oj New
Jerrold R. Zacharias, Professor of Phys Hampahtre; 1 year : $6,115
Ice : Accelerated Teacher Tra4ntng Program ;
10 days ; $14,530 NEW MEXICO HIQHLANDS UNIVERSITY, Las
Summer Training Conference jar PBS( ! Vegas. N. Mex. : Bummer Research Partici-
Bummer Institute stag; 1 week; $11,500 pation. for Higlc’School Teachere; 10 weeks ;
Jerrold R. Zaeharias, Professor of Phys $20,320
its ; The Teaching oj Physical Science i? NEW Mnx~co INSTITUTE OR MININQ AND
the Recondarg SchooZs; 1 year; $3,168,44( f TECHNOLOGY, ‘Socorro, N. Mex. ; Reeearch
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, Amherst Participation Program jor &‘econdarg school
Nass. ; Maxwell H. Goldberg, Chairman, PhgslcaZ ScZence and Mathematics Teachers;
Committee on Cooperation for the America1 I 9 weeks : $12,850
Humanities Seminar ; Three-Dau Seminal UNIVERSITY OB NEW MEXICO, Albuquerque,
Concerning the Citizen in a Scientific World, N. Mex. : A b’ummer Program for Parttcipa-
3 dars: $4.500 tdon in Engineering Research bg Beoondary
MAT~&~T;CAL ASSOCIATION OF A~emca School Teachers of dlathematics and
University of Buffalo. Buffalo. N.Y. Science; 10 weeks ; $17,630
Conferences for Lecturers &? 1959 8um. NEW YORK STATS SOCIETY BOR MEDICAL RE-
mer Znetitutee in Mathematice; 10 days; SQARCH, INC., New York, N.Y.; Bupplemen-
$53,000 tary Training of High School Btology Teach-
Program of Visiting Lecturera; 1 year: ; ,et-e; 8 months ; $7,500
3129.200 NORTH CAROLINA ACADEMY OF SCIBNCE,
Program. oj Vieiting Lecturer8 to Second- MBR~DITH COLLEGE, Raleigh, N.C. ; Short-
ary Schools; 1 year ; $63,500 Term b’cience Institute for High School
Survey of European Mathematical Edu. 8Yotence Teacher8 in North Carolina; 6
cation; 1 year; $10,300 weeks ; $19,970
MICHIGAN STATS UNIVERSITY, East Lansing, ;NORTH CAROLINA STATB COLLEGHI OF Aam-
.Mich. ,:ULTURX) AND ENCINEERINB, Raleigh, N.C. ;
Traveling Science Demonstration Lecture Jouthern Regional Graduate Bummer #es-
Program; 1 year : $349,700 lion in Nematology; 6 weeks ; $36,360
Workshop in Microbiology for Secondary IYORTR CAROLINA STATE COLLEGEI, Raleigh,
Teachers; 2 weeks ; $7,850 IV.C. ; Reeearch Participation Program for
UNIVERSITY 08 MICHIGAN, Ann Arbor, Mieh. Pencher Tratntng; 9 weeks; $30,900
Research Partfcipatlon Program for UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, Chapel
Teacher Training in Nuclear Physics; 16 iKill, N.C. ; Supplementary Training Pro-
weeks ; $7,120 6lram for Teacher8 oj Mathematics; 1 year:
Reeearch Participation Program for Ai14,lOO
Teacher Tratning in Psychology; 8 weeks; I TORTE DAKOTA AGRICULTURAL COLLIOIP,
$18,590 1Targo, N. Dak.; Science Teacher8 Research
MINNESOTA ACADE~~Y OB ‘SCIENCD, UNIVERS- Vogram; 8 weeks; $15,700
ITY OB MINNESOTA, Minneapolis, Mlnn.; A : JNIVERSITY OB NORTH DAKOTA, Grand Forks,
Program for Improvement oj Science Edu- Y. Dak. : Research Partioipatton Program
catson in .&finnesota; 1 year; $21,836 T‘or Teacher Training; 9 weeks; $1,570
MISSISSIPPI ACADEMY 08‘ SCIENCES, INC., I JNIVERSITY OB NOTR~ DAME, Notre Dame,
State College, N&s. ; A Program to Encour- 1:nd. : Science Teacher &‘ummer Reeearch
age and Improve Science Education in the 1‘articipation; 10 weeks ; $12,420
H@h BchooZs : 1 sear : $38.820 ( )AK RIDIXI INSTITUTE OP NUCL~AE STUDIOS,
MONTANA SKATE ’ ~’
UNIVERSITY, Missoula, ( Iak Ridge, Tenn.
Mont. ; Special In-Hervice Training Program Traveling Science Demonetration Lecture
in General Boience; 8 mouths ; $40,230 E‘rowam: 1 year: 3411.700
NATIONAL ACAD~~IP OF SCIENCES-NATIONAL T>aveZ&g &e&e ‘Dehonetration Lecture
RESEARCH COUNCIL, Washington, D.C. I ‘rogram; 9 months: $119,900
Preparation, Printing, and Diatribntion CIBERLIN COLLEO~, Oberlin, Ohio ; VieMing
oj Career Gutdance Literature; 1 year; d“oreion Btafl Project in 1959 Bummer
$5,926 nstttutes; 6 months: $42,100
Rerugee Bcrentlets Program; 6 months; ; IHIO ACADEIMY OF SCIENCES, DEPARTV~NT
$6,900 F GEOLOOY, OHIO STATBI UNIVDRSITY. Co-
Vi8itlng Foreign Boie~tists Program in P,Imbue, Ohio ; Instruction in Inorgau4c
the GeoZogioaZ Bciencee; 1 year; $27,950 (Yhemlstry and Quantitative Analyale in the

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Undergraduate Chcmi8t?y Curriculum; 1 SAINT Longs UNIVIRSITY, St. Louis, MO.;
day ; $750 Research Participation Program for Teaoh8r
OKLAHOMA ACADEMY OB SCIIDNCE), UNIV~FI Training; 6 weeks; $7,420
BITY OF OKLAHOMA, Norman. Okln. SAINT MARY’S COLL~QIO, Winona. Minn.;
Consultative Bervice for ccmmunttl, Summer Field Course in Biology; 2 weeks;
Sponsored Improvement Program8 in Bet 811.390
ence Educataon; 1 year; $30,600 SCIBiNCl0 SERVIClo, Washington, D.C. ; Bo(-
Oklahoma Junior Academy of Bolence Pro. ence club8 o! America and the Nat$onal Bd-
gram; 14 months; $4,000 ence Youth Program; 1 year; $50,000
OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY, Shawnee SOCIETY FOR INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIDD
Okla.; Production of a SO-Minute, lgmm. MATHEMATICS, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Wsiting
Bound-Color Film; 6 months ; $5,400 Bcienttsta in IndU8trdaZ and AppZied Mathe-
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, Stillwater matics; 1 year; $12,130
Okla. SOUTH DAKOTA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, YANK-
A Reeearch Particination Proaram fop TON COLLE~I, Yankton, 5. Dak. ; State Aoad-
Science and hfathcmatiE8 Teachers ,: 9 weeks ; emu of Science Project; 14 months ; $18,660
$16.200 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE COLLEQD, Brookings,
Traveling Science Demonstration Lecture S. Dak.; Laboratory Trafning Program for
Program; 1 year: $335,700 Teachers; 8 weeks; $13,900
UNIVERSITY OB OKLAHOMA, Norman, Okla UNIVERSITY 01~ SOUTH CAEOLINA, Columbia,
Combined High School Student-Teacher S.C. ; Research Participation Program for
Teachera; 9 weeks; $13,220
Inst$tute in Mathematics; 9 months ; $23,140
Reeearch Participation Program for UNIVERSITY 08 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Los
Teacher Training; S weeks; $16,390
Angeles, Calif. ; Research Participation for
Science Teachere; 9 weeks: $15,910
Special In-Service Institute for College STATY~ UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, Iowa City,
Teacher8 of Mathematics, Goience, and Engi- IOWa ; Re8earCh PartiCfpatiOn Program for
neering; 9 months; $23,940 Teacher Training; 9 weeks; $10,640
Bummer science Training Program for STATM UNIVERSITY OB SOUTH DAKOTA, Ver-
secondary BchooZ Teachers; 6 weeks; million, S. Dak.; A Bummer Renearch Par-
$29,250 ticlpation Program for Teacher Train&g; 9
OEE~ON Mnsnonr OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTUY, weeks ; $14,600
Portland, Oreg. ; Field Reeearch Program SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INSTITUTI,
for Btudente of AZZ Grade Levels; 1 year; ‘Syracuse, N.Y.
$4,990 Conference on Elect&al Eng$neertng Ed-
OREGON STATS COLLEGE, Corvallis, Oreg. ; uoation; 2 days ; $4,850
Teacher Training in Computer-Centered Alfred T. Collette; Visitfng Forefgn Btad
Mathematical Research; 9 weeks ; $5,420 Project for the Academfo Year Inatttutee
UNIVERSITY OF OREQON, Eugene, Oreg.; During 195940; 1 gear; $51,515
Traveling Science Demonstration Lecture Tearrr.~~ UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Vis-
Program; 1 year; $382,000 it~ng Fore{gn #tag Project in 1959 8ummer
PACIFIC SOUTHWEST ASSOCIATION OB CHBIM- Institutes; 6 months ; $19,100
ISTRY TEACHERS. IMMAC~LATP HEART COL- TENNESSEI~ ACADEMY OP SCIENCE, VAND~R-
LEQE, Los Angel&, Calif. : Bummer Confer- RILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Term.
ence on the Teaching of Chemi8trg; 5 days ; Experimental Program of Junior Academy
$3,500 of Science Act$vit&e : 1 year : $8.880
PDNNSYLVANIA STATS UNIVERSITY, Univer- short Term b’Cie&e Institutes- for Htgh
sity Park, Pa. ; A Research Participation School Teachers; 1 year; $15,670
Program for Teacher Training; 9 weeks; UNIVERSITY OF TINNESSEBI MEDICAL UNITS,
$15,430 Nemphis, Term. ; A Research Partlctpat~on
POMONA COLLEQB, Claremont, Calif. ; Re- Program for Teacher Training; 8 weeks;
search Participation Program for Teacher $5,200
Training; 9 weeks: $3,000 TEXAS ACADEMY OB SCIENCB, NORTH TBXAS
UNIVERSITY OP REDLANDS, Redlands, Calif. ; STATE COLLEGE, Denton. Tex.
A Research Participation Prooram for Conference on Training in Research for
Teacher Training; 9 ‘weeks ; .$5,%30 . Promisiw Science b’tUdefit8 in the Junior
REBD COLLEGE, Portland, Oreg. : Working and b’maiZ Bendor Colleges of Texas; 1 year ;
Conference of High School and College Chem- $12,560
istry Teachera; 6 weeks; $33.000 Project to Improve Btatua of Xdence and
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTEI, Troy, Mathematice Education in the Nate of
N.Y. ; A Research Participation for Teacher Texas; 1 year; $18,380
Training in Chemistry; 8 weeks; $13,050 TEXAS ACADBIMY OB SCIBNCL UNIVEWITY
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHBSTEE, Rochester, N.Y. ; OF Tmxns, Austin, Tex.; A sYi8itdng Lee-
Summer Research Participation Training ture8hip Science Project (MathematiCos) ; 8
Program for Teachers; 9 weeks: $19.920 months ; $9,130
ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTI, New Y&k, N.Y. ; UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, Austin, Tex.
Lectures for High &%hooZ studente; 16 Graduate &%&die8 at the Inetitute of Ma-
months : $24,150 rine During 1959 b%mmer #e88(On; 2
months ; $3,000
RUTQERS, THY STATE UNIVERSITY, New Research Participation Program for
Brunswick, N.J. ; short Znetitzcte of “Im- Teacher Trainl?lg; 10 weeks; $16,570
PZicationa of the International CfeOphy8iCaZ TUFTS UNIVERSITY, Medford, Mass. ; V+Zt-
Year” for Elementary BchooZ Teacher8 and tng Foreign ,5’tafl Project for the 1959 Bum-
Supervisory Personnel; 4 weeks ; $33,400 mer Institutee; 6 months; $23,000
ST. JOAN’S UNIVERSITY, Jamaica, N.Y.; U.S. ATOMIC IGNERBY COMMISSION, Oak
Research Participation Program for Teacher Ridge, Term. ; An Interagency Agreement for
Train&g; 8 weeks; $11,810 a College and Vntvereity lgummer Program

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UtGteCug MoMZe EaMMtr on AtomC Enwgy, rector : To AS&St (n Defrautno the Ewnen8es
11 weeks: $16,000 ot Mdntafnfng the R&et& 07 h’cknti~c and
U.S. FOREST Smsv~cs, DBPAETYENT or do, Teahnfoal Personnel iu the Ffeld of the
BICULTUBD, Washing&, D.C. ; Forestrp Em. Mathematical Bcfences; 6 months ; $i3,600
chonos dff88ion to the U88R: _ 4 weeks AXERICAN MIET~OEOLOQICAL SOCIETY, Bos-
$2,460 ton. Mass. : MeteroZoofcaZ Sciences Rectfon
UNIVmESITY OP UPPSALA, Rundelsgrand 2A of ’ the Natural G&entiste Regf8ter; 6
UDDS~~~. Sweden : Internatfonal Xummw In month8 : $4,300
stiiuts ita Quantum ChemOtrp; 6 months AXICRICAN PSYCHOLOQICAL ASSOCIATION,
$B,OOO Washington, D.C. : National Regf8ter of
UNIVERSITY OP UTAH,Salt Lake City. Utah : Bofsntfflo and Technfoal Personnel fit Pep-
Research Partfcfpatfdn Program jor.Teaohef chology; 2 years ; $4,300
Trainino : 11 weeks : 320.340 BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS, U.S. DEPART-
VIRGINIA _ ACADEMY oi SIXNCD, Richmond YBNT OP LABOR, WashingtOu, D.C. ; Conduct
. Vhitfng lcientistr Program; 1 year: of But-Beg of Non-Teaching Mathematical
svsah’ao
V&NIA FIBHERIDB LABOEATOEY, Gloueestel Employment; 1 year ; $52,000
Point, Va.; Renearch Trainfng Program 48 HARVARD UNIVRRSITY, Cambridge, Mass. ;
Marine Biology; 6 weeks: $16,030 A Verttcal Study 01 Early Childhood Char-
UNIVICRSITY OF VIB~INIA, Charlottesville acterfetfca That Distfngufah Scientists From
Va. ; A Uriti@aZ Burveg and Analyskr Oj Nonsclentfsts; 1 year : $9,542
Eufstlng and Posetble Future Program8 oj LIBRARY 08 CONQRESS, Washington, D.C. ;
the Nat4onaZ laiencs Foundatfon fn Mathe. Btudy of Uommunfst China’s dcfentfslc
matfcal Bduoatfon; 8 months ; 37,770 TechnicaZ Manpower; 6 months; $2,000
WASHINOTON ACADEMY OB SCI~NCIU, Wash. MATHEMATICAL ASSOVIATION op AHERICA,
ington, D.C. ; To Participate in Currtcular Buffalo, N.Y. : Direction and Evaluation of a
Euverfments Integrating Bcienoe and Math. Rurvey or Non-Teachfng Mathematical Em-
ematice, to Eetabllsh a~Co?nmun~ty brvioe, ployment; 1 year ; $10,000
and to Oroanfze Round-Table Dfscusslons NATIONAL ACADEMY op SCIEINCES-NATIONAL
on &fence;-1 year ; $32,250 R~SEARCR COUNCIL, Washington. D.C. ; Doc-
UNIV~BSITY OF WASFIINQTON, Seattle, Wash. ; torate 6urveu : 6 mOnthB : $2.500
In-Service Uouree for Hfgh School Algebra NATIONAL &&NCBI TE&& ASSOCIATION,
Teachers; 11 weeks ; $1,100 WaBhingtOn. D.C. ; RegiStry of High School
WAYNIP STATII UNIVERSITY, Detroit, Mlch. ; Ucfence and hfathematfce Teachers; 1 month ;
Program oj Chemfcal Research by High $12,QOO
Bohool and College Chemfatry Teachers; 8 UNIVERSITY OP UTAH, Salt Lake City, Utah :
weeks : $12.310 Follow Up Research Uonjerenoe on the Iden-
WSSIT VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY, Morgantown, tificatfon oj Creative kfentfflo Talent; 16
W. Va. ; Research Participation Program jor months ; $5,825
Teacher8 Trafnino: 6 weeks : $5.550
UNIV~ESITY OB WISCONSIN, Madison. Wis. ATTENDANCE AT INTERNATIONAL
Research Participation Program jor Htgh MEETINGS
School TeaCher8: 1 vear: S36.280
Vf8iting Forefgn -L?taj ‘Prije& lor the Algebraical and Topological Foundations of
1959 Bummer Institutes; 6 months ; $6,550 Geometry, Utrecht, Netherlands :
WOODS HOLB OC~ANOQRAPHIC INBTITUTION, H. BUBeIUSUU. Harvard University.
Woods Hole, Mass. ; Bummer Program oj Cambridge, l\XaBB.
Theoretfcal Btudfes in Qeophyafcal Flu&l D. R. Hughes, The University of Chl-
D~namfC8; 3 months; $11,500 earo. Chlcaso. Ill.
PALB UNIVERSITY, New Haven, Conn. N..’ yacobB& Yale University, New
E. G. Begle: School Mathematics Btudu Haven, Corm.
Qroup; 1 year ; $1.200,000 H. C. Wang, Northwestern University,
llnecfal Bummer Institute tn Dunamlcal Evanston, Ill.
Aetjonomy; 4 weeks ; $40,800 - All-Union Conference on the Physics of
Dielectrics, Moscow, Russia :
THE PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON Dr. Charles Kittel, University of Cal-
SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS ifornia, Berkeley, Callf.
NATIONAL ACADEMY OB SCIQNCES-NATIONAL M. F. Smlley, ‘State Unlverslty of Iowa,
RBR~PACH COUNCIL, Washington, D.C. ; How- Iowa City, Iowa
ard L. Bevls: The PreSident’S Commfttee on C. P. Smyth, Princeton Unlverslty,
Xcfentfats and Engineers; 32 months; Princeton, N.J.
$51.814.72 All Union Congress for Theoretical and Ap-
SCIENTIFIC MANPOWER plied Mechanics, Moscow, Russia :
II. W. Lieomann. California Institute
AMERICAN CHBMICAL SOCIETY, Washington, of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.
D.C. ; Everett G. Harris, Jr., American
Chemical Society ; Register of Bcientfflc and American Automatic Control Council Dele-
Technfoal Personnel in the Field oj Ohem. gation to the U.S.S.R., Moscow, Russia :
Wry; 6 months ; $25.000 Dr. R. J. Kochenburger, University of
AMERICAN INSTITLIT~ OP PHYBICB. New Connecticut, Storrs, Corm.
York, N.Y. ; Henry A. Barton; To Aeafat American Exchange Delegation on Com-
In Defrapfng the EwpenSe8 of Maintaining puters to the U.S.S.R. :
the National ReefSter of Scfentfeo and Teah- H. D. Huskey, Berkeley, Callf.
nical Personnel in the Fields ojPhyslo8 and Annual International Conference on High
Astronomy; 21 months ; $6,300 Energy Physics. MOBCOW, Russia :
AM~BICAN MATHDYATICAL ‘SOCIETY, Provi- R. W. Thompson, Indiana University,
dence, R.I.; John H. Curtlss, Executive Dl- Bloomington, Ind.

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Australian and New Zealand Association for Confereuce of the International Union for
the Advancement of Science, Perth, Western the Scientific Study of Population, Vienna,
Australia : Austria :
W. Baade, Australian National Unlver- 0. D. Duncan, Chicago, Ill.
sity, Canberra, Australia J. D. Durand, United Nations, New
C. M. Wade, University Cirounds, Syd- York, N.Y.
ney, N.S.W., Australia W. T. Martln, University of Oregon,
Carbon-14 Symposium, Qronlngen, Hol- Eugene, Oreg.
land : D. 0. Price, Chapel Hill, N.C.
W. S. Broecker, Columbia University, E. J. Ross, Trinity College, Washlng-
New York, N.Y. ton, D.C.
F. Johnson, Andover, Mass. N. B. Ryder, University of Wisconsin.
1. K. Ralph, University of Pennsyl- Madison, Wls.
vania, Phlladelphla, Pa. 0. Sabagh, Pacific ‘State Hospital, Po-
T. L. Smlley, University of Arizona, mona, Calif.
Tucson. Arle. C. F. Schmld, University of Washlng-
Cellulose Meeting, Tashkent, Rusala : ton. Seattle, Wash.
M. Goodman, Polytechnic Institute of I. B. Taeuber, Hyattsville, Md.
Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N.Y. Conference on Nuclear Forces and the Few
Chemistry and Blochemlstry of Solanum Nucleon Problem, London, England :
Alkaloid& Berlin, Germany : - J. 1. Brolley, Jr., Los Alamos Sclentiflc
G. S. Fraenkel. Unlversitv of Illlnols. Laboratory, Los Alamos, N. Mex.
Urbana, Ill. 8. Meshkov, University of Pittsburgh,
Commlsslon on Qeochemlstry, Oxford, Eng. Pittsburgh, Pa.
land : P. IS. SignelI, Bucknell University,
Dr. Earl Ingerson, Department of the Lewisburg, Pa.
Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Wasb- Conference on Precision Lattice Parameter
lngton, D.C. Determination, Stockholm, Sweden :
Commission on Geological Abstracts, Heer- M. I.0. ‘Straumanis, Missouri School of
len, Holland : Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla, MO.
Dr. Earl Ingerson, Department of the Conference on the ‘Social Impllcatlons of
Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Wash- Technological Progress, Paris. France :
ington, D.C. A. S. Feldman, University of Delaware,
Dr. Stanley Corrsin. The Johns Hop- Newark, Del.
kins University. Baltimore, Md. Conference on Theoretical Aspects of Slnter-
Dr. Francols N. Frenklel, The Johns iug, London, England :
Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. G. C. Kuczynskl, University of Notre
Committee of International Standards, Len. Dame. Notre Dame. Ind.
don, England : Conference on Super&ond&tlvlty, Cam-
R. W. Carter, Department of Interior, bridge, England :
Washington, D.C. L. N. Cooper, Brown University, Prov-
Conference on the Axiomatic Method in idence, R.I.
Classical and Modern Mechanics, Paris, M. P. Garfunkel, University of Pitts-
France : burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
P. Suppes, Stanford University, Stan. W. D. Knight, The University of Cal-
ford, Callf. ifornia, Berkeley, Callf.
Conference on Biophysics, Cambridge, H. Melssner, Johns Hopkins University,
England : Baltimore, Md.
It. S. Bear, Iowa State College, Ames, D. Pines, Institute for Advanced Study,
Iowa Princeton, N.J.
R. H. Bolt, Nassachusetts Institute of J. R. Schrledler, University of Chicago,
Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Chicago, Ill.
C. Levinthal, Massachusetts Institute B. ‘Serln, Unlverslty of Illlnols, Urbana,
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Ill.
E. C. Pollard, Yale University, New M. Tlnkham, University of California,
Haven, Corm.
Berkeley, Callf.
F. 0. Schmitt, Massachusetts Institute Crystallographic Conference, Leningrad,
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Russia :
A. K. Solomon, Harvard Medical School, D. Harker, Protein Structure Project,
Boston, Mass. Brooklyn, N.Y.
G. S. Stent. The University of Callfor- L. 0. Brockway, Unlverslty of IKlchlgan,
nla, Berkeley, Callf. Ann Arbor, Mlch.
A. G. Saent-Grorgyl, Institute for L. S. Bartell, Iowa ‘State College, Ames,
Muscle Research, Woods Hole, Mass. Iowa
R. C. Williams, University of Callfor- Crystallochemical ‘Symposium, Leningrad,
nia. Berkelev. Calif. Russia :
Conferehce Celeb;atlng the Centenary of J. D. H. Donnay, 1 Place Arlstlde
the Publication of the Otigin 01 8pec4e8, Brland, Bellevue (9. and O.), France
London, England : Darwin-Wallace Centenary Celebration Sym-
W. H. Camp, University of Connecticut, posium, Blngapore, Malaya :
Storrs, Corm. D. Dwight Davls, Chicago Natural His-
Conference on Crystallographic Apparatus, tory Museum, Chicago, IiL
Stockholm, Sweden : The Ear Underwater, London. England:
B. Post, Polytechnic Institute of Brook- M. J. Cohen, Unlverstty of Oregon,
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Eleventh Congress of the International A Fifth Glucuronlc Acid Conference, Tokyo,
soclatlon of Logopedles and Phonlatrlc Japan :
London, England : W. H. Flshman, Tufts University School
J. Elsenson, Queens College, Flushlnl of Medicine, Boston, Mass.
N.Y. Fifth Qeneral Conference on the Inter-
G. H. Shames, University of Pitt national Council of Museums, Stockholm,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sweden :
Enzyme Commission of International unio R. T. Hatt, Cranbrook Institute of Scl-
of Biochemistry, Munich, Germany : ence, Bloomfield Hills, Mlch.
‘8. P. Colowlck, The Johns Hopkins Un W. 8. Thomas, Rochester Museum of
verslty, Baltimore, Md. Arts and Sciences, Rochester, N.Y.
A. L. Lehnlnger, The Johns Hopkln Fifteenth International Zoological Congress,
University, Baltimore, Md. London, England :
European Committee for Concrete, Vienne American Society of Zoologists, Prlnce-
Austria : ton University, Princeton, N.J.
C. P. Bless, University of Illlnols, UI Fifth International Ethologlcal Conference,
bana. Ill. Cambridge, England :
Exchange Mission to US&R on ‘Soil Mechan J. Crane, New York Zoological Society,
lcs and Foundation Engineering : New York, N.Y.
American Society of Civil Engineerr L. R. Aronson, American Museum of
New York, N.Y. Natural History, New York, N.Y.
Fall Metallurgical Meeting, Paris, France : T. H. Bullock, University of California,
Dr. Joseph W. Spretnak, The Ohl Los Angeles, Callf.
State University, Columbus, Ohio D. Davenport, University of California,
Faraday Society Conference on Cell Nucleus ‘Santa Barbara, Callf.
Cambridge, England : V. G. Dethier, University of Pennsyl-
V. G. Allfrey, The Rockefeller Institute vania, Philadelphia, Pa.
New York, N.Y. W. C. Dilger, Cornell University, Ith-
M. J. Bessman, The Johns Hopklnr aca, N.Y.
University, Baltimore, Md. E. B. Hale, Pennsylvania ‘State Unlver-
A. L. Dounce, The University of Roth sity, University Park, Pa.
ester, Rochester, N.Y. S. Kramer, State University College on
B. P. Kaufmann, Carnegie Instltutlor Long Island, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
;f yWashlngton, Cold Spring Harbor D. S. Lehrman, Rutgers, The ‘State Uni-
. . versity, Newark, N.J.
M. S. Meselson, California Institute oj P. R. Marler, University of California.
Technology, Pasadena, Callf. Berkeley, Callf.
A. E. Mlrsky, The Rockefeller Institute M. H. Moynlhau, Canal Zone Blologlcal
New York, N.Y. Area, Balboa, Canal Zone
Faraday ‘Society Symposium on “Energ: M. W. Scheln, Pennsylvania State Unl-
Transfer with Special Reference to Biolog verslty, University Park, Pa.
lcal Systems,” Nottingham, England : First International Conference on Informa-
B. Chance, University of Pennsylvania tion Processing, Paris, France :
Philadelphia, Pa. A. J. Perlls, Carnegie Institute of
J. J. Chang. National Institutes o Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Health, Bethesda, Md. F. M. Verzuh, Massachusetts Institute
M. Furs& Hunter College, New York of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
N.Y. S. Corn, University of Pennsylvania,
F. H. Johnson, Princeton University Philadelphia, Pa.
Princeton, N.J. J. W. Glvens, Jr., Wayne State Unlver-
H. P. Kallmann, New York University slty, Detroit, Mlch.
New York, N.Y. J. Moshmun, Chevy Chase, Md.
R. ‘S. Livingston, University of Mlnne R. Cournnt. New York University, New
sota, Minneapolis, Mlnn. York, N.Y.
R. Lumry, University of Minnesota P. L. Garvln, Georgetown University,
Minneapolis, Mlnn. Washington, D.C.
E. Bablnowltch, University of 111inois N. Young, Jr., University of Texas,
Urbana, 111. Austin, Tex.
G. Wald, Harvard University, Cam. ~%‘st Latin American Congress of Mlcrobl-
bridge, Mass. Ilogy, Mexico City, Mexico :
Fifth Conference of the International Corn. R. A. Day, Rutgers, The State Unlver-
mission for Optics, Gtockholm, Sweden : slty, New Brunswick, N.J.
0. L. O’Nelll, Itak Corporation, Boston. rlrst ‘S~mp~slum on Fleming’s Lysosyme,
Mass. 31lan, Italy :
L. Me&s, Block Associates, Inc., Cam- S. E. Hartsell, W. Lafayette, Ind.
bridge, Mass. G. Lltwack, Rutgers, The State Unlver-
E. Kornsteln, Boston, Mass. slty, New Brunswick, N.J.
B. E. Hopkins, University of Rochester, L. H. Muschel. Walter Reed Army Med-
Rochester, N.Y. ical Center, Washington, D.C.
R. C. Lord, Massachusetts Institute of Q. N. Myrvlk, University of Virginia,
Charlottesville, Va.
Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
‘low Properties of Blood, and Other Biolog-
J. M. Greenberg, Rensselaer Polytech- tal Systems :
nic Institute, Troy, N.Y. t~oraee~y New York University, New
D. H. Meneel, Harvard University,
Cambridge, Mass. L. V.’ Heilbrunn, Woods Hole, Mass.

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Fhctuation Phenomena and Stochastic Pr( Interamerican Course on Cosmic Rays, Barl-
Cesses, London, England : loche, Argentlna :
S. A. Bowhlll, Pennsylvania State Uni R. L. Chasson. Unlveraltv of Nebraska.
verslty, University Park, Pa. Lincoln, Nebr:
15th General Assembly of the Japan Med International Colloquium on Fast Reactions
ical Congress, Tokyo, Japan : In Solution, Hahnenklee. Germanv :
S. Ochoa, New York University, Nev H. Eyrlng, University of Utah, Salt
York, N.Y. Lake City, Utah
Fourth Conference on Molecular Beams R. M. Nores. University of Orerron.-~ .
Heidelberg, Germany : Eugene, Or&..
B. Bederson, New York University, Nee A. Patterson, Jr., Yale University, New
York, N.Y. Haven, Conn.
W. A. Nlerenbera. University of Cal A. C. Wahl, Washington University, St.
Louis, MO.
ifornla, Berkeley,Calif. -
H. Henry Stroke, Nassachusetts Insti International Colloquium on Relatlvlstic
tute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Theories of Gravitation, Abbaye du Royau-
ment, France :
W. Llchten, The University of Chicago G. E. Tauber, Western Reserve Unlver-
Chicago, Ill. sity, Cleveland, Ohio
Fourth International Conference on Ioniea International Commission in Illumination,
tion Phenomena in Gases, Uppsala, Sweden 14th Congress, Brussels, Belgium :
L. H. Fisher, New York University, Nev P. F. O’Brien, University of California,
York, N.Y. Los Angeles, Calif.
Fourth International Congress on Carbon D. M. Finch, Illum1natlon Laboratory,
iferous Stmtlgraphy, Paleontology and Geol Richmond, Callf.
ogy, Heerlen, Netherlands : J. W. Grlllith, Southern Methodist Unl-
Paul E. Potter, Illinois State Geologica versity, Dallas, Tex.
Survey, Urbana, Ill. E. M. Strong, Cornell University, Ith-
Fourth Pan-African Congress on Prehlstory aca. N.Y.
Leopoldvllle, Belgian Congo, Africa : International Conference on High Energy
F. C. Howell, University of Chicago Physics, Moscow, Russia :
Chicago, Ill. C. Ning Yang, Institute for Advanced
W. W. Howells, Harvard University Study, Princeton, N.J.
Cambridge, Mass. International Conference on High Energy
A. C. Spauldlng, University of Michigan Accelerators and Instrumentation, Geneva,
Ann Arbor, Mlch. Switzerland :
Fourth World Congress of Sociology, Milan S. DeBenedetti, Carnegie Institute of
Italy : Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. A. Beegle, Michigan State University E. M. Harth, Syracuse University, Syr-
East Lansing. Mich. acuse, N.Y.
F. R. Eggan, Center for Advanced Study International Conference on Information
in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford Processing, Paris, France :
Callf. J. W. Mauchly, Ambler, Pa.
Iuternatlonal Conference on Coordination
W. M. Evan, Columbia University, Nea Chemistry, London, England :
York, N.Y.
Arthur W. Adamson, University of
W. H. Form, Michigan State UniverSltY Southern California. Los Angeles, Calif.
East Lansinc. Mlch. F. A. Cotton, Massachusetts Institute of
0. N. Larsen. University of Washing Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
ton, Seattle, Wash. H. Frelser, University of Arizona, Tuc-
R. Likert, The University of Michigan, son, Arlr.
Ann Arbor, Mich. R. E. Hamm, University of Utah, Salt
D. 0. Price, Chapel Hill, N.C. Lake City, Utah
E. J. Ross, Trinity College, Washington 0. S. Hammond, California Institute of
D.C. Technology, Pasadena, Callf.
C. F. ‘Schmld, University of Washing G. Harris, University of BulIalo, Buf-
ton, Seattle, Wash. falo, N.Y.
H. L. Sheppard, Wayne State Unlver- S. Klrschner, Wayne State University,
slty, Detroit, Mlch. Detroit, Mich.
A. L. Strauss, Nichael Reese Hospital, N. C. Ll. Duauesne University. -. Pltts-
Chicago, Ill. burgh, Pa. -
XIV International Congress of Llmnology, G. Maki, Radiation Laboratory, Unlver-
Vienna, Australia : slty of California. Livermore. Callf.
American Society of Llmnology and A. -E. Martell, Massachusetts Institute
Oceanography, University of Michigan, of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
Ann Arbor, Mlch. M. Orchin, Unlversltv of Cincinnati. ~,
Cincinnatl,~ Ohio, -
Fourteenth Session of the International Corn.
miSSiOn on Illumination, Brussels, Belglum : L. Vaska, Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh,
Pa.
H. R. Blackwell, Ohio State University,
Columbus. Ohio lnternatlonal Congress of the History of Scl-
?nce, Barcelona, Spain :
R. M. Boy&on, University of Rochester, M. Clagett, Institute for Advanced
Rochester, N.Y. ‘Study, Princeton, N.J.
G. A. Fry, The Ohio State University, C. C. Glllisple, Princeton University,
Columbus, Ohio Princeton, N.J.
H. Helson, University of Texas, Austin, H. Guerlac, Cornell University, Ithaca,
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International Congrem of the HlstorF of Scl- tnternatlonal Symposium on Atmospheric
ence, Barcelona, Spain-Continued Diffusion and Air Pollution, Oxford,
E. N. Hlebert, University of WiSCOnsin, England :
Madison, Wis. Dr. Horace R. Byers, The University of
B. Hlndle, Ridgewood, N.J. Chicago, Chicago, IIL
K. Hujer, University of Chattanooga, lnternatlonal Symposium on Electrolytes,
ChattanOOga, Tenn. Irieste, Italy :
hf. Kerker, Clarkson College of Tech- 1. Grunwald, Florida State University,
nology, Potsdam, N.Y. Tallahassee, Fla.
T. S. Kuhn, Center for Advanced Study L. Onsager, Yale University, New Ha-
in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, ven, Conn.
Callf. F. A. Long, Cornell University, Ithaca,
J. 1. Murdoch, Harvard University. N.Y.
Cambridge, Mass. R. .I. Janz. Rensselaer Polytechnic In-
R. II. Shrsock. American Philosophical stltute, Troy, N.Y.
Society, Philadelphia, Pa. T. ‘Shedlovsky, The Rockefeller Instl-
W. D. Stahlman, Massachusetts In&i- tute. New York. N.Y.
tute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. International Sympbslum on Fluorine Chem-
J. R. Ravets, The University. Leeds, istry, Blrmlngham, England :
England J. BOrnBtein, Boston College, Chestnut
Hill, Mass.
International Congress on Optics, Stock- R. Filler, Illinois Institute of Technol-
holm, ,Sweden : ogy, Chicago, Ill.
G. R. Harrison, Massachusetts Institute 0. C. Finger, Urbana, Ill.
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. W. T. Miller, Cornell University, Ith-
W. L. Hyde, American Optical COm- aca, N.Y.
pany, Southbrldge, Mass. P. Tarrant, University of Florida,
R. C. Jones, Polaroid Corporation. Gainesville. Fla.
Cambridge, Mass. lnternatlonal Symposium on Foundations
G. W. Stroke, Massachusetts Institute 31 Mathematics : Intlnlstlc Methods, War-
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. raw, Poland :
J. Strong, Johns Hopkins University. J. W. Addison, Jr., The University of
Baltimore, Md. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
International Convention on Transistors and J. Douglas, Jr., Rice Institute, Houston,
Associated Semi-conductor Devices, London, Tex.
England : A. Douglls, University of Maryland,
R. D. Middlebrook, California Institute College Park, Md.
of Technology, Pasadena, Callf. L. Henkin, University of California,
International Federation of Automatic Con- Berkeley, Callf.
trol Council Meetings, Rome, Italy : 8. MacLane. The Unlverslty of Chicago,
R. Oldenburger, Purdue University, Chicago, Ill:
Lafayette, Ind. R. Montague, Oakland, Caiif.
International Mineralogical Association, D. S. Scott, The University of Chicago.
Zurich, Switzerland : Chicago, Ill.
M. J. Buerger, Massachusetts Institute C. Spector, Ohio State University, Co-
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. lumbus, Ohio
D. J. Fisher, University of Chicago, A. Tarskl, 462 Michigan Avenue, Berk-
Chicago, 111. eley, Calif.
C. Frond& Cambridge, Mass. A. Weinstein, University of Maryland,
G. T. Faust, US. Geological Survey, College Park, Md.
Washington, D.C. H. F. Weinberger, University of Mary-
E. Ingerson, University of Texas, Aus- land, College Park, Md.
tin, Ter. R. L. Vaught. University of California,
H. ~Wlnehell, Hamden, Corm. Berkeley, Callf.
G. S. Switser, Smithsonian Institution, International Symposium on Hematln En-
Washington, D.C. rymes, Canberra, Australia :
International Nomenclature Commission for W. D. Banner, University of Pennsyl-
Veterinary Anatomy, Madrid, Spain : vania, Philadelphia, Pa.
R. Getty. Iowa State College, Ames, B. Chance. University of Pennsylvania,
Iowa Philadelphia, Pa.
D. L. Drabkln. University of Pennsyl-
D. K. Detweller, University of Penn-
vania, Philadelphia, Pa.
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. R. W. Estabrook, University of Penn-
L. E. ‘St. Clair. University of Illinois,
sylvania, Pbiladelphla, Pa.
Urbana, Ill. P. George. University of Pennsylvania,
International Symposium on Antibiotics, Phliadelphla, Pa. -
Prague, Czechoslovakia : M. D. Kamen, Brandeis University.
D. Gottlleb, University of Illlnois, Ur- Waltham, Mass.
bana, Ill. E. Margollash, University of Utah, Salt
N. Molomut, Waldemar Medical Re- Lake City, Utah
search, Port Washington, N.Y. M. Morrison, Unlverslty of Rochester
Intematlonai Sympodum on Antitubercular Medical Center, Rochester, N.Y.
Vaccination with Killed Tuber& Bacilli, J. B. Nellands, The University of Cal-
Florence, Italy : ifornia, Berkeley, Callf.
A. J. Crowle, University of Colorado L. ‘Smith. Dartmouth Medical School,
Medical School, Denver, Colo. Hanover, ‘N.H.
D. W. Smith, The University of Wls- C. F. Strittmatter, Harvard Medical
consin, Madison, Wls. School, Boston, Maae.

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International Symposium on Hematln Eln Ninth International Aatro hysical Sympo
symes, Canberra, Australla-Contlnusd sium, Liego, BaIglum-Con t!i nuad
A. ‘L’msieres, Harvard University, Cam. E. M. Burbldge, Yerkes Observatory,
bridge, Mass. Williams Bay, Wls.
S. F. Vellck, Washington University 0. Burbldne. Yerkes Observatorv. Unl-
School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO. verslty of Chicago, Wllllams Bay,.Wls.
.I. H. Wang, Yale Unlverslty, New Ha- A. J. Deutsch, Mount Wilson and Palo-
ven, Corm. mar Observatories, Pasadena, Callf.
Iuternational Symposium on Macromole. R. L. Sears, Indiana University, Bloom-
&es. Wiesbaden. Qermanv : ington, Ind.
F. A. Bettelheim, Ad&phi College, Gar- 0. Struve, University of Callfornla,
den City, N.Y. Berkeley, Calif.
Ninth International Congress of Radiology,
P. J. W. Debye, Cornell University, Munich, Germany :
Ithaca, N.Y. W. 9. Snyder, University of Tennessee,
M. Dole, Northwestern University, Ev- Knoxville Term
anston, Ill. Nineteen Flft$-nine ’ Conference of Cosmic
J. J. Hermans, State University College Ray Committee of the International Union
of Forestry, Syracuse, N.Y. of Pure and Applied Physics, Moscow, Rus-
International Symposium on Vegetation Sk:
hfappiog. Stolzenau an der Weser, Germany : R. L. Chasson, University of Nebraska,
A. W. Kuchler. University of Kansas. Llncolu, Nebr.
Lawrence, Kans. 0. Cocconl, Cornell University, Ithaca,
Joint Symposium on Radiation and Atmos- N.Y.
pberic Ozone, Oxford, England : L. Davis, Jr., California Institute of
F. N. Frenklel. The Johus Hooklns Uni- Technology Pasadena Callf.
versity, Baltimore, Md. - K. Grelsen, Cornell University, Ithaca,
Z. Sekera, University of California, Loa N.Y.
Angeles, Callf. D. H. Menzel, Harvard University,
Mechanism of Antlbody Formation, Prague, Cambridge, Mass.
Czechoslovakia : P. Morrison, Cornell University, Ithaca,
F. J. Dixon, University of Pittsburgh, N.Y.
Pittsburgh, Pa. V. H. Regener. The University of New
Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
R. A. Good. Universltv of Minnesota. J. A. Van Allen, State University of
Minneapolis; Mlnn. -
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
T. Maklnodan, Oak Ridge National Lab- Niuteen Fifty-nine Sesslon of the Interna-
oratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn. tional Commission on Illumlnatlon, Brus-
R. T. Smith. University of Florida, sels, Belgium :
Gainesville, FIa. B. H. Evans, Texas Engineering Experi-
LMeetlugs and Conferences in Russia, during ment Station (Texas A. & M. College),
May, 1959, Moscow, Russia : College Station, Ten.
A. F. Klp, Cambridge University, Cam- Paris Symposium on Information Retrieval,
bridge, England Paris, France :
Meeting of European Molecular Spectroscopy B. C. Vlckery, Imperial Chemical In-
Group, Bologna, Italy : dustries Limited. Hertfordsblre. . Enn-1
G. M. Barrow, Northwestern Uulver- land
slty, Evanston, Ill. Sclentlflc Lectures at Institutions of Higher
B. L. Crawford, Jr.. University of Mln- Learning in Poland :
nesota, Minneapolis, Minn. - 0. C. Kuczynskl, University of Notre
Brother C. Curreu. Unlversitv of Notre Dame. Notre Dame. Ind.
Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. - Second Australian Conference on Radiation
R. C. Lord, Massachusetts Institute 01 Biology, Melbourne, Au&alla :
Technology, Cambridge, Mass. I. I. Oster, Indiana Unlverslty, Bloom-
0. C. Pimental. Unlversitv of Callfor. ington, Ind.
nla, Berkeley, Callf. - Second International Conference on Medi-
K. Innes, Vanderbilt University, Nash. cal Electronics, Paris, France :
vllle, Term. C. T. Dotter, University of Oregon
Meeting International Institute of Welding, Medical School, Portland, Oreg.
Opatlya, Yugoslavia : J. K. Hlchar, Ohio Wesleyan Univer-
A. M. Freudenthal, Columbia Unlveb sity, Delaware, Ohio
slty, New York, N.Y. A. L. Hopkins, Western Reserve Unl-
verslty, Cleveland, Ohio
Meeting of Trade Waste Waters and the W. L. NYborK. Brown University. _. Pro-
Prevention of River Pollution, New Castle, vldence, k.I.-
Eneland : F. Olmsted. Cleveland Clinic Founda-
Brother J. McCabe, Manhattan College, tion, Cleveland, Ohlo
New York, N.Y. Second International Congress of Rockets,
Mendeleev All-Union Chemical Society Con- Paris, France :
ference on General and Applied Chemistry, E. V. Laltone, The University of Cal-
Moscow, Russia : ifornia, Berkeley, Calif.
R. F. Baddour, Massachusetts Institute Second Symposium on X-ray Microscopy and
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. X-ray Microanalysis. Stockholm, ‘Sweden :
T. K. Sherwood, Massachusetts Instl- A. E. Austin, Battelle Memorial Instl-
tute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. tute, Columbus, Ohio
Ninth Internatlonal Astrophysical Sympo- R. C. Greullch, University of Califor-
sium, Liege, Belgium : nla, Los Angeles, Callf.
L. H. Aller, The University of Michigan, J. F. McGee, Saint Louis University,
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Series of Lectures in the U.S.S.R.: allanzani Congress, Regglo, Emllla, Italy-
E. Hllle, Yale University, New Haven, Pontlnued
Corm. D. Bodensteln, National Institutes of
Seventh International Congress of Microbi- Health, Baltimore, Md.
ology, Stockholm, (Sweden : G. 8. Fraenkel, University of Illinois,
American Institute of BlOlOgkal Sd- Urbana, Ill.
ences, Washington, D.C. Study in Endocrinology, Stockholm, Sweden :
Seventh Latin American Congress of Chem- L. R. Robblns, The Levy Clinic, Hous-
istry, Mexico City, Mexico : ton. Tex.
H. R. Estremera, University of Puerto Summer’ Course in Chemistry at The Royal
Rico, Rio Pledras, P.R. Institute of Technolozv.--. Stockholm.
Seventeenth International Congress of Pure Sweden :
and Applied Chemistry, Munich, Germany : W. J. Peterson, North Carolina State
G. Atkinson, University of Michigan, College, Raleigh, N.C.
Ann Arbor, Mlch. Summer Course iu Mathematics at Aarhus
El. Banks, Polytechnic Institute of University, Denmark :
Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N.Y. E. Hemmingsen, Syracuse University,
G. H. Cady, University of Washington, Syracuse, N.Y.
Seattle, Wash. Summer Course in Mathematics at Teacher
H. 9. Forrest, University of Texas, Aus- Training University, ‘Stockholm, ‘Sweden :
tin, Tex. D. A. Johnson, University of Minnesota,
F. A. Gunther, University of California, Minneapolis, Mlnn.
Riverside, Calif. Summer Course in Physics at Uppsala Unl-
J. F. Guymon, University of California, vcrsity, Uppsala, Sweden :
Davis, Calif. H. Q. Hanson, University of Minnesota,
H. H. Jai%, University of Cincinnati, Duluth, Nlnn.
Cincinnati, Ohio Symposium on Brain Mechanisms and
J. F. Hazel, University of Pennsylvania, Learning, Montevideo, Uruguay :
Philadelphia, Pa. K. L. Chow, The University of Chl-
K. Kammermeyer, State University of cage, Chicago, Ill.
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa It. W. Doty, The University of Mlchl-
F. A. Miller, Mellon Institute, Pitts- pan, Ann Arbor, Mlch.
burgh, Pa. R. Galambos, Walter Reed Army Instl-
H. Neurath, University of Washington, tute of Research, Washington, D.C.
Seattle, Wash. J. Olds, The University of Michigan,
A. 0. C. Nler, University of Minnesota, Ann Arbor, Mlch.
Minneapolis, Mlnn. F. Morrell, University of Minnesota,
J. H. Richards, CaIlfornia Institute of Minneapolis, Minn.
Technology, Pasadena, Callf. Symposium on the Cytochemietry of En-
K. L. Rinehart, Jr., University of Illi- zymes aud Antigens, Copenhagen, Denmark :
nois. Urbana. Ill. American Institute of Biological Scl-
R. Roy, Pennsylvania State University, ences, Washington, D.C.
University Park. Pa. Symposium on the Chemistry and Blochem-
D. ‘Seyferth, Massachusetts Institute of lstry of the Solarium AIkaloids, Berlin,
Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Germany :
I. Shapiro, Los Angeles, Calif. S. W. Pelletler, The Rockefeller Instl-
D. A. Shirley, University of Tennessee, tute, New York, N.Y.
Knoxville, Term. Symposium on Genetic Control of Protein
A. Silverman, University of Pittsburgh, Specificity, Copenhagen, Denmark :
Pittsburgh, Pa. American Institute of Biological Scl-
H. H. Slsler, University of Florida, ences, Washington, D.C.
Gainesville, Fla. Symposium on Glacier Movement, Chamonlx,
J. M. ‘Smith, Northwestern University,
Evanston, Ill. France :
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