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A journal by the administration, faculty and alumni of the Newark College of Engineering. This issue includes: "The President's Diary" by Allan R. Cullimore "The Theory of Relativity and Its Application to Electromagnetism" by James H. Fithian "Easy Way to Blackout Windows in Home Is Outlined" by Engineering School Head "Tau Beta Pi" "James A. Darling Writes From the Canal Zone" "Professor Harold N. Cummings Appointed Vice-President" "Promotions and Appointments" "N. T. S. in the World War" by Professor James C. Peet "Professor Robert W. Van Houten Appointed Assistant Dean" "Supersonic Vibrations" by John E. Freehafer "Civilian Pilot Training and National Defense" "Senator Roy V. Wright" by Harold E. Walter "Miss Preen, Jersey Engineer, Is Ready for Task in Assembly" "Notes on Concrete Course to Be Published" "Reflections" by Harold N. Cummings"
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Newark College of Engineering
Newark, New Jersey, United States
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Newark College of Engineering, "Newark Engineering Notes, Volume 5, No. 1, December, 1941" (1941). Newark Engineering Notes. 17.