1716 – Born on January 4th. 1735-1936 – Graduated from Yale College (now Yale University) where in 1735 he obtained his BA Degree in religious studies and became a licensed Presbyterian minister. 1746 – A controversy on religious doctrine split Yale College, and in opposition to Yale’s president (the Reverend Thomas Clap), Burr, the Rev. ..
1933 – Born in Cadillac, Michigan of Norwegian immigrant parents and he was brought up in Lansing, Michigan 1955 – Attended Michigan State University and graduated this year earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. 1956-1975 – He was a Fulbright Scholar in Norway from 1956 to 1957. 1957 – Graduated with a Master’s Degree in ..
1834 – Browne was born in Waterford, Maine on the 23rd of April. 1858 – He published in the Cleveland Plaindealer the first of the "Artemus Ward" series, which in a collected form achieved great popularity in both America and England. 1860 – He became editor of Vanity Fair magazine, a humorous New York weekly, ..
1915 – Fawn McKay Brodie, born on the 15th of September in Ogden, Utah, she grew up in Huntsville, about ten miles east. She was a biographer and professor of history at UCLA. 1921 – Introduced to school, the six-year-old Fawn was advanced to the fourth grade. 1925 – At ten she had ..
1940 – George Stephen Boolos was born on the 4th of September in New York City. Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy. 1961 – Graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in mathematics. 1963 – Oxford University awarded him the B. Phil. 1966 – Served as first recipient of Ph.D. in philosophy from Massachusetts Institute of ..
1915 – Born on the 22nd of September in Austin, Texas. 1935 – Graduated from the University of Texas majoring in Greek. 1938 – Obtained a Masters Degree in English from the University of Texas. – Enrolled at the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences where he did graduate work in Old ..
1929 – William Francis Baxter Jr. is a US administrator and lawyer was born 13th of July. 1974 – Published a widely read and influential book on the law and economics of pollution control entitled People or Penguins: The Case for Optimal Pollution. 1981-1983 – Served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust ..
US businesswoman and sports administrator president of US Olympic Committee 2000-2002 (1st female president) resigned after disclosure of having lied about academic credenti..
1915 – Edward Digby Baltzell was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Attended St. Paul’s School, an Episcopalian boarding school in New Hampshire. Earned his doctorate degree from Columbia University. 1947 – Appointed to the faculty of Sociology at Penn. Baltzell was Emeritus Professor of History and Sociology. 1958 – Authored books Philadelphia Gentlemen, The Making of ..
1939 – Born on the 25th of March in New York City. 1959 – Finished BA Theater Arts at Queens College New York. 1964 – Awarded MA at City University of New York. 1965-1969 – Served as Professor in City College of New York, Rutgers University and Spelman College. 1972 – ..