Diploma for Dean of Women
by Departmental notes - 1916
Among the four hundred women taking advanced courses in the School of Education, leading to the degree of Master of Arts, are twenty-six who are preparing to be deans of women in colleges or normal schools. The demand from women with educational experience for preparation in this new field of work has been so great that the College authorities have recently provided for the first time courses aiming to give women the specialized training necessary to perform adequately the functions of a dean.
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