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Established by the regents of the University
1 The University Convocation of the State of New York shall be held annually at the capitol in Albany on the first Wednesday, Thursday and Friday after July 4.
2 Its object shall be, by addresses, papers, discussions and resolutions to ascertain and formulate educational opinion ; to make such recommendations as experience may suggest ; and by the cooperation of all the institutions of the University to advance the cause of academic and higher education.
3 The membership of the Convocation shall embrace :
6 All trustees, instructors and other officers, in colleges, normal schools, academies, high schools and other institutions of the University.
c The officers of the New York State Teachers' association.
d Such others as may be elected by the regents or by Convocation council.
4. The officers of the University shall be the permanent officers of the Convocation.
5 Each Convocation shall choose a council of five to act as its representative during the year, and to arrange for and conduct the business of the next annual meeting. The secretaries of the University shall be ex officio members and secretaries of this council.
6 The chancellor shall annually appoint a necrology committee to collect notices and report to the next Convocation on members or other prominent educators deceased during the year.
7 Each Convocation shall choose an examinations council of five to confer with the examinations department, to study the workings of the entire system of regents' examinations during the year, and to report to the next Convocation.
8 The proceedings of the Convocation, with the papers and discussions, shall be included in the annual report of the regents to the legislature.
Established by Convocation council
1 Unless previous notice to the contrary be given, all persons engaged to present papers must be in readiness at the time assigned by the council, in default of which all remaining papers will be entitled to precedence.
2 In case of inability to be present, immediate notice should be gived to the secretary to whom the paper may be forwarded for use of the Convocation.
3 The author of each paper should furnish, in advance, a brief abstract for newspaper reports and, to prevent errors in the records, each person taking part in any discussion, should promptly give the secretary an abstract of his remarks.
4 All papers read before the Convocation belong to its proceedings and are to be handed to the secretary.
5 Any papers for the full reading of which there may not be time, may, by permission of the council, be read by title and published in the proceedings.
The superior figure tells the exact place on the page, in ninths ; e. g., 534 means
four ninths of the way down page 53.
Adams, H. B., on university extension, bell, Dr W:H., 486', 489-914; Clapp, H.
452–604, 4833–84, receives university K., 5038-049; Conant, T: J., 4866; Cran-
nell, Euretta, 4863, 4914-925; Crosby,
iott, 486"; Kelsey, A.P., 4864, 4942-96o;
Peters, Dr C. H. : F:, 4858, 487–889;
Polen, Dr M. A., 485°; Pratt, C: G..
4868; Tyler, E: G., 486%, 4926-94?; Win.
chell, Alexander, 4863.
Convocation council, report, 3282-291.
Coordination of university, college and
academy: discussion, 3883_423?.
4864; memorial notice, 4914-926.
4864; memorial notice, 4962-5027.
cation of women on health, 4448-473.
Darling, Henry, D. D., death announced,
486%; memorial notice, 5028-038.
Degrees on examinations, A. B. Kenyon
diploma, 4019-02?; on regents' degrees,
Examinations committee, report, 329.
Fairbairn, Warden R. B., on meaning
of term university, 4665.
Farr, C. S., on school athletics, 3566-58'.
Foster, A. W., on the relation of a co-
educational institution to its women
Griffin, E. H., on coordination of uni- ! Maxwell, W: A., on coordination of uni-
Merrill, Mrs W. E., Should instruction
the curriculum ? 4504-51%.
Hale, G: D., on coordination of univer- Necrology committee, report, 4856-86'.
sity, college and academy, 4037-048. North, Edward, on A. P. Kelsey, 4942-
Pepper, Provost William, letter from,
Peters, Dr C. H: F:, death announced,
4858 ; memorial notice by Oren Root,
Philosophy, university study of, 3304-39'.
Physical education : discussion, 3401–
Place of scientific and technical schools
in American education; by Pres. F. A.
Purrington, W. A., on university exten-
Roberts, Pres. W: C., university exton-
college and academy, 3988-400'; on Dr
C. H: F: Peters, 4871-889.
university, college and academy, 4088–
10?; on university study of philosophy,
can education ; by Pres. F. A. Walker,
Sexton, Regent P. T., on university ex-
versity of the State of New York,
Sias, Solomon, on school athletics, 358%.
versity, college and academy, 4063-
tion of university college and academy, Smith, G: M., on coordination of univer-
Smith, Munroe, on coordination of uni-
Smith, Regent T. G., on university ex- / Walker, Pres. F. A., The place of scien-
tific and technical schools in American
versity, college and academy, 3963– Warren, H: P., on coordination of uni-
versity, college and academy, 4135-14'.
Webster, Pres. H. E., on college ath-
university, college and academy, 4177- sion, 4713-723.
Weed, Ella, on Barnard college, 4331–357.
and degrees, 4689–69.
memorial notice by N. T. Clarke, at Cornell, 4357-395; on coordination
of university, college and academy,
3883-93; on university extension,
Whitney, M.. W., Advantages of scien-
Wilder, B. G., Are intercollegiate ath.
Wright, C. J., on university extension,