The versatile Greene went on to serve as professor of mathematics and civil engineering from 1855 to 1864, and professor of natural philosophy and astronomy from 1864 to 1883, with a change of title to professor of mathematics and astronomy in 1875.Greene, Samuel Stillman
Horatio Balch Hackett (1808-1875), professor of Hebrew and classical literature, was born in Salisbury, Massachusetts, on December 27, 1808.Hackett, Horatio B.
Horatio B. Hackett continued to teach at Rochester, and only a few weeks after his final trip abroad, he died suddenly on November 2, 1875, having just met with one of his classes.Hackett, Horatio B.
After college, Munro taught at De Veaux College in Niagara Falls, was associate principal of St. Mark’s School in Salt Lake City in 1871, spent some time in Central and South America, was principal of the Academic Institute in Le Roy, New York, from 1875 to 1879, and returned to De Veaux College as president from 1881 to 1889.Munro, Wilfred H.
After the addition to Rhode Island Hall in 1873 provided more room for the museum, Jenks, still without funds for the Museum, added a few cases paid for by donors, and, by soliciting ten dollars each from seventeen persons, was almost able to meet the cost of $190 for mounted skeletons of a horse and a buffalo acquired in 1875.Museum of Natural History
Alpheus S. Packard gained international recognition in his field, as evidenced by his election in 1872 to the Imperial Zoological-Botanical Society of Vienna, in 1875 to the Société Royale des Sciences de Liègge, Belgium, in 1891 to the Society of Friends of Natural Science of Moscow, and in 1901 to the Linnaen Society of London.Packard, Alpheus S.
In 1875 the portraits were moved to the second story of the addition, new glass cases were installed in the old building and the first floor of the addition, and the basement of the addition was given over to Professor J. W. P. Jenks’s weekly voluntary class in taxidermy.Rhode Island Hall
This amount, with his earlier gift, now grown to $20,000, made it possible to lay the foundation in the summer of 1875.Robinson Hall
In January 1875 Brown was admitted as a voting member of the Rowing Association of American Colleges.Rowing
At the race at Saratoga in 1875, Brown came in eighth after suffering "a combination of two ‘crabs’ and a broken oar."Rowing
Thirteen of the 21 later received their degrees at their own request, and in 1875 it was "deemed expedient by the Board of Fellows that after so long a time has elapsed the names of the members of the Class who were entitled to degrees ... be now placed in the list of graduates," and have their names printed in the Triennial Catalogues.Student protests