College News and Departmental Notes: Mathematics
by Departmental notes - 1917
During the absence of Professors Smith and Upton, the work in mathematics for the Summer Session was in charge of Mr. W. E. Breckenridge of the department. With him was associated Dr. George Sarton who offered courses in the history of science and mathematics. Dr. Sarton is a native of Belgium, who, together with his wife and daughter, was compelled to leave that country on its invasion by Germany. He is at present lecturer on the history of science at Harvard University and was Lowell Institute lecturer for 1916.
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