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*Delivered the [https://graduations.lib.unb.ca/address/19398 Address in Praise of Founders] at Encaenia 1927.
*Resigned 17 May 1939 to teach at King's in Halifax, NS to become clergyman in Church of England in Canada. Ordained 22 Dec. 1940  
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*Resigned 17 May 1939 to teach at King's in Halifax, NS to become clergyman in Church of England in Canada. Ordained 22 Dec. 1940.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:58, 19 April 2021

Name: Robert W. B. Pugh

Nicknames/Other names:

Education:

  • King's Scholar, Eton College
  • Honours in French, Keble College, Oxford
  • MA Oxford (1926) and Docteur-es-Lettres Strasbourg (1927)

Dates Employed: 1926-1939

Faculty: Arts

Department: Modern Languages

Position(s) held:

  • Professor of French & German

Activities/Contributions:

  • President of the Oxford University French Club
  • Veteran of WWI, served in France and Belgium
  • Reader in English, Strasbourg University, France
  • Member of Wolf Cub (Boy Scouts) organization in Fredericton, and held office of District Commissioner

Notes:

  • Delivered the Address in Praise of Founders at Encaenia 1927.
  • Resigned 17 May 1939 to teach at King's in Halifax, NS to become clergyman in Church of England in Canada. Ordained 22 Dec. 1940.

Sources: UA Case 77: Pugh, Robert William Bruce


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