The first such handbook was called "Student’s Hand-Book of Brown University" and was published by the Young Men’s Christian Association in 1888.Bear Facts
Albert Arnold Bennett (1888-1971), professor of mathematics, was born on June 2, 1888 in Yokohama, Japan, where his father, Albert A. Bennett1872, was a missionary and president of the Baptist Theological Seminary.Bennett, Albert A. ’10
Bumpus had also become involved with the Marine Biological Laboratory which had been opened at Woods Hole, Massachusetts in 1888 as a graduate institution where biologists could continue their research work during the summer.Bumpus, Hermon Carey
The first graduate degrees were awarded to Austen K. DeBlois and George Grafton Wilson 1886, both of whom received the Master of Arts degree in 1888 and the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1889, DeBlois in philosophy and psychology and Wilson in history and political science.Graduate School
Between 1888 and 1926 the number of degrees conferred amounted to 132 Ph.D. degrees, 1,001 Master of Arts degrees, 98 Master of Science degrees, and 5 Master of Business Administration degrees.Graduate School
Jacob David Tamarkin (1888-1945), professor of mathematics, was born in Chernigov in the Ukraine on July 11, 1888.Tamarkin, Jacob D.
Fred Hovey 1890, a future national champion who won the U.S. Doubles in 1893 and 1894 and the U.S. Singles in 1895, won the college championship in 1887 and successfully defended it against William R. Weeden 1891, the winner of the 1888 tournament.Tennis
In the 35 years that the Lyon brothers operated the school before the death of Merrick in 1888, 200 of their students went on to study at Brown.University Grammar School
Arthur E. Watson graduated from Brown in 1888, and went to work with the Thompson-Houston Electric Company in Lynn, Massachusetts, and moved to Schenectady, New York, after the company became part of General Electric.Watson, Arthur E.