Inventory to the Records of the Rutgers University Office of Vice Provost and Dean of the University (Albert E. Meder) 1917-1968


Inventory to the Records of the Rutgers University Office of Vice Provost and Dean of the University (Albert E. Meder) 1917-1968

Albert E. Meder came to Rutgers as an instructor in mathematics in 1926. Between his arrival and his retirement in 1968, he held many positions at Rutgers, including Acting Dean of Douglass College, Secretary of the University, Dean of the University, Dean of Administration, and finally Vice Provost and Dean of the University. His records reflect his activities in these offices and show his relationships with other members of the Rutgers community, many of whom reported to him.



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