His writings included a translation of Mortenson’s "Handbook of Norse Mythology "in 1913, translations of old Dutch letters in "Narratives of the New Netherlands "in 1909, and "Lessons in Old Icelandic "in 1911.Asa Clinton Crowell
In 1911-1912 an international exchange of lecturers between Japan and the United States was undertaken at the instigation of Hamilton Holt, editor of the "Independent," and under the supervision of President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia.Asians
Dr. Inazo Nitobe, professor at the Imperial University of Tokyo, arrived at Brown in October 1911 to begin his lecture tour, the object of which was the interpretation of his country’s culture and people to Americans.Asians
The 1911 team won twenty games and lost five.Baseball
He was instructor in botany from 1899 to 1905, and assistant professor until 1911.Botany
Bailey retired in 1905, and Collins was replaced as assistant professor in 1911 by Harlan H. York, who had recently earned a Ph.D. degree at Johns Hopkins University, and had been an instructor in botany at the University of Texas from 1906 to 1909.Botany
In September 1911 there was a return to the two-term system, in which the first semester ended in February.Calendar
In 1911 a change was made, so that the women had regular chapel with gowned choir and seniors in procession on four days a week, but on Wednesday morning the service was replaced by a mass meeting of Student Government.Chapel
The Celebration Committee of the Cammarian Club took charge of the cheerleaders, and in 1911 introduced tryouts for members of the junior class.Cheering
After four summers spent investigating the chestnut blight for the U.S. Department of Agriculture James Franklin Collins resigned his professorship in 1911 to become forest pathologist in the Providence bureau of the Department’s Office of Forest Pathologist, which had its headquarters in University Hall.Collins, James Franklin
Stephen S. Colvin published "The Learning Process" in 1911, "Human Behavior" with William C. Bagley in 1913, and "Introduction to High School Teaching," an extensively used teacher-training text-book, in 1917.Colvin, Stephen S.
In 1911 a new club, the Brown Forum, was formed under the auspices of the Debating Union to foster interest in public discussion, and initially admitted any student who had taken part in a varsity, class, or prize debate.Debating
In 1911 further changes required students for the Ph.B. degree to take a course in classical civilization and a course in general biology and to choose a "major" at the end of the sophomore year.Degrees
After graduation in 1911, Ray E. Gilman was assistant in mathematics at Kansas State College for a year and then instructor and fellow in mathematics at Princeton, where he received a Ph.D. degree in 1916.Gilman, Ray E.
In his annual report for 1911, President Faunce justified his continuing resistance to entreaties to establish a medical school, when he wrote, "A medical school, if first-class, requires enormous expenditure; if not first-class, it is a public menace."Medical education
He gave a course in Practical Ethics until 1911-12.Philosophy
The association, which was at first limited to students of evangelical Protestant denominations, opened its membership to other Christian students in 1911, at which time it had to withdraw from the national organization and changed its name to the Christian Association.Religious Societies
Louis F. Snow then had a number of educational appointments: Chairman of the English Department at the Normal School, Cortland, New York, 1908-09; Dean of Teacher’s College and professor of education, State University of Kentucky, 1909-1911; professor of philosophy and education, Wells College, 1911-12; librarian, University of Pittsburgh, 1912-1914; chief of the English Department and librarian, University of the Philippines, 1914-1918.Snow, Louis F.
The Class of 1911 presented a Japanese doll, and proceeded to include her as "Kiko-No Hana" among the class members in the 1911 "Brun Mael."Sophomore Masque
In 1911 the Executive Committee, conceding that "the existence of fraternities was helpful during the earlier years of this College," now found them "deleterious to the welfare of the College," and expressing the opinion that in future organizations "students should be grouped not along lines of social cleavage, but on the basis of definite interests and purposes," voted that the fraternities in the Women’s College should henceforth admit no new members.Sororities
When Arthur Upham Pope went to the University of California in 1911 as assistant professor of philosophy, he started a Sphinx Club on that campus.Sphinx Club
In 1911 Brown defeated Amherst and Williams in dual meets, and lost to both in the triangular meet.Swimming
There was a dual meet with M.I.T. in 1911, and in May 1912 a schedule of five games with Union, Williams, Harvard, Trinity, and Minnesota.Tennis
The 1910 "Liber Brunensis" called to mind "the same old story that has been told for years about Brown track athletics, – a story which has for its chief and never-ending theme, ‘Lack of money.’" In the spring of 1911 the Athletic Board voted to secure a regular coach.Track
After graduation in 1911, Henry M. Wriston pursued graduate study at Harvard for three years, but left without completing his dissertation to return to Wesleyan as an instructor in history.Wriston, Henry M.