Inventory to the Records of the Rutgers University Office of the Secretary (Carl Raymond Woodward) 1928-1943
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From July 12 to July 17, 1967, the city of Newark, New Jersey, was wrecked by racial violence. In six days of rioting, 23 people were killed, 725 were injured and nearly 1,500 were arrested. Property damage was estimated at over $10 million. While the riots were still in progress, sixty community leaders formed a Committee of Concern with the following aims: to help restore calm to the city, to study the causes of racial unrest, and to formulate goals for social and economic improve...
Microbiologist. From the description of Selman A. Waksman papers, 1915-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980240 Selman Abraham Waksman was born in Priluka, Russia, on July 22, 1888 to the merchant Jacob Waksman and his wife Fradia (London). Waksman graduated from the Fifth Gymnasium in Odessa, Russia, and came to the United States in 1910. He entered Rutgers College in 1911, where he worked under another Russian emigré, Dr. Jacob G. Lipman, whose primary r...
Industrialist and statesman, of New York, N.Y.; neighbor of Herbert Hoover. From the description of Charles Edison papers, 1951-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70969234 Industrialist. From the description of Reminiscences of Charles Edison : oral history, 1953. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309730226 ...
As Secretary of Rutgers University under President Robert C. Clothier, Dr. Carl Raymond Woodward worked closely with the President, serving as Deputy President. Responsibilities of the Secretary of the University were numerous and wide-ranging. Dr. Woodward had broad responsibility for both the academic development and budget of the University as well as maintaining the University's relationship with internal and external constituencies. The internal constituents included the facult...
Carl C. Woodward was born on July 20, 1890 in Tennant, New Jersey. He attended Rutgers University as an undergraduate from 1910-1914, earned a Master's degree from Rutgers in 1919, and a Ph.D. from Cornell in 1926. From 1920-1926 he taught English at Rutgers, and in 1928, he was promoted to assistant to the president of the university. He remained in this position until President Robert C. Clothier appointed him Secretary in 1936. Dr. Woodward's tenure as Secretary of the University ended in 194...