George Pinckney Shingles, Jr., B.Sc, S.B. (M.I.T.)
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Professor of Chemistry
B.S.. Mercer University, 1900; Assistant in the De
partment of Chemistry, Mercer University. 1899-1900;
Teacher in the Public Schools of South Carolina and
Georgia. 1900-'03; Student at the Summer School on
the South, Knoxville, 1903; Graduate Student of Agri¬
cultural Chemistry. University of Georgia, 1903-'04;
Graduate Student in the Department of Chemistry,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 1904-
'0(i, graduating with the degree of Bachelor of Science
in Chemistry, 1906; Acting Professor of Chemistry.
Emory College. 190(i-"07; Professor of Chemistry,
Emory College, I ince 1907.
Rembert Gh.i.man Smith. D.D.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity
Professor of Mental and Moral Science
A.B., Emory College, 1897; Teacher and President
R. E. Fee Institute, 1897-1900; Principal of Monti-
cello Academy, 1900-'02; Associate Professor of Men¬
tal and Moral Science, Emory College, since 1910;
D.D., Kentucky Wesleyan College, 1912.