Friday, May 20, 2016

Dr. Clarice ROBINSON becomes professor in Mississippi (1950)

source: The Republican (Danville, Indiana) - issue of Thursday, September 28, 1950 - page 11, columns 3-4:

Dr. Clarice Robinson, a native of North Salem, has resigned her position as assistant professor of business in Western State College at Macomb, Illinois, and has accepted a position as professor in the department of secretarial science in Mississippi State College at Columbus, Mississippi.

Dr. Robinson was born in North Salem where she attended grade and high school. She is a sister of Dr. Sumner Robinson, former president of Butler University. She received one year in Naval Training at Indiana University during the war, three years at Anderson College and three years at Macomb, Illinois. She also received her Bachelor's, Master's and Doctor's degrees from Indiana University. Dr. Robinson also was chairman of the business department in the high school at Elkhart for 17 years.

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