George Pinckxey Shingler, Jr., B.Sc.; S.B.;
M. I. T.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
Professor of Chemistry.
B.S., Mercer University, 1900; Assistant in De¬
partment of Chemistry, Mercer University, 1899-
1900; Teacher in Public Schools of South Carolina
and Georgia, 1900-1903; Teacher at Summer
School of South, Knoxville, 1903; Graduate Stu¬
dent of Agricultural Chemistry, University of
Georgia, 1903-'04; Graduate Student in Depart¬
ment of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, 1904-'06 and B.Sc. 1906; Acting Pro¬
fessor of Chemistry, Emory College, 1906-'07; Pro¬
fessor of Chemistry, Emory College, since 1907.
Wightman Feltcheh Melton, Ph.D.
Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Professor of English Language and
Student, Southern University, 1887; Licentiate
of Instruction, Peabody School for Teachers, 1889;
Teacher in Public Schools of Alabama and Flor¬
ida, 1889-'92; President Florida Conference Col¬
lege, 1892-"95; Vice-President, Nashville College
for Young Ladies, 1895-'97; President, Tuscaloosa
Female College, 1897-1903; Student and Fellow
by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-'06;
Ph.D., 1906; Head of Department of English, Bal¬
timore City College, 1906-"08; Professor of Eng¬
lish Language and Literature, Emory College,
since 1908; Member Florida Conference, 1892-
'95; North Alabama Conference, 1895-"96; Balti¬
more Conference, 1906-"08; Xorth Georgia Con¬
ference, since 1908; Librarian, Emory College,