Edward Kimbrouch Turner, Ph.D.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature
A.B.. 1890 and A.M.. 1892, Southern Uni¬
versity; Graduate Fellow, l893-'95, and A.M..
1895, Vanderbilt University; Headmaster, Van-
derbilt Training School, Bridgeport, Ala., 1895-
'97; Principal Sub-Freshmen Department 1897-
'98, Adjunct Professor of Modern Languages,
l898-'99; and Professor of Ancient Languages,
1899-1900, Southern University; Student at
Leipzig, Berlin, Halle-Wittenberg, 1900-'02;
Ph.D., Halle-Wittenburg, 1902; Professor of
Greek, 1902-'03, Southern University; Professor
of Latin, Emory College, since 1903.
James Parks Hanner, Jr., A.B.
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity
Professor of Modern Languages
A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1894; Professor
of Modern Languages and History, Millsaps Col¬
lege, 1894-1900; Student University of Chicago,
Summer Quarter, 1896; Student in University of
Leipzig and Barcelona, 1900-01; Professor of
Modern Languages, Emory College, since 1901.
Frederick Newton Duncan, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
A.B., Indiana University, 1900, and A.M.,
1901; Student Indiana Biological Station, Sum¬
mer 1902; Teacher of Science, Central Normal
College, 1898; Assistant in Chemistry, Indiana
University, 1900-01; Associate Professor of
Chemistry, Southwestern University, 1901-02;
Acting Professor of Biology, Emory College,
l902-'03; Professor of Chemistry, Emory
College, 1903-'05; Ph.D., Clarke University.
Worchester, Mass., 1906; Professor of Biology,
Emory College, since 1906.