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"Indiana University's New Wartime Curricula For Women"
The 33-page announcement contains: a letter from Herman B Wells entitled "How Indiana University's New Streamlined Curricula For Women Meets Wartime needs"; a four-page question-and-answer section entitled "Information on College Women & The War"; and then chapters describing the areas of study [i.e. Civil Service Junior Administrative Technician, Bacteriology, Business Accounting, Business Retail Merchandising, Business Office & Secretarial Training (Shorthand and Typing), Civil Service Junior Business Analyst, Cartography (Geography & Mathematics), Chemistry, Home Economics/Child Care & Training, Civil Service, Home Economics (Dietetics & Nutrition), Civil Service Junior Economics, Engineering Aides (Physics & Mathematics), Civil Service Junior Geographer, Laboratory Technology (Chemistry, Zoology, and Bacteriology), Languages, Library for Civil Service, Library for Public Schools, Meteorolgy (Mathematics, Physics, and Geography), Nursing, Physical Therapy Technicians (Sciences), Physics and Radio, Civil Service Junior Psychologist, Recreation, Social Statistics, Social Work Aides & Volunteers, Speech, Civil Service Junior Statistician, and Teaching].
President, Office of the
Women, Dean of
Associated Women Students' Committee on Vocations
World War II
Dean of Women's Office Records
College Women and the War
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