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'''Activities/Contributions:'''
 
'''Activities/Contributions:'''
  
'''Notes:  '''Attended UNB as a Beaverbrook Scholar. In 1959 - 1960 he was a forest economist with the Extended Technical Aid Programme of the United Nations in Uganda and Kenya.
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*Attended UNB as a Beaverbrook Scholar.  
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*One year leave of absence in 1948-1949 to pursue post-graduate work at the New York State School of Forestry.
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*One year leave of absence in 1959-1960 to conduct research as a forest economist with the Extended Technical Aid Programme of the United Nations in Uganda and Kenya.
  
 
'''Sources:'''
 
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*Bryant, David G. (ed).''The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of New Brunswick 1908-1958.'' Fredericton: The U.N.B. Forestry Association, 1958, p. 81.  
 
*Bryant, David G. (ed).''The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of New Brunswick 1908-1958.'' Fredericton: The U.N.B. Forestry Association, 1958, p. 81.  
 
*UA Case 77.  
 
*UA Case 77.  
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*Senate Minutes - UA RG 40, Book 6, 12 October 1948, p. 103.
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*Senate Minutes - UA RG 40, Book 7, 13 May 1959, p. 193.
  
 
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[[Category:Professors|Pringle]]
 
[[Category:Professors|Pringle]]

Revision as of 15:00, 7 July 2021

Nicknames/Other names:

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science in Forestry (1941) - University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada
  • Master of Science in Forestry and Economics (1942) - University of California, Berkley, USA
  • PhD (1951) - Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA

Dates Employed: [1945?] - 1961

Faculty: Forestry

Department:

Position(s) held:

  • Professor of Forest Mathematics ([1945?] - 1947)
  • Professor of Forestry (1951 - 1961)

Activities/Contributions:

Notes:

  • Attended UNB as a Beaverbrook Scholar.
  • One year leave of absence in 1948-1949 to pursue post-graduate work at the New York State School of Forestry.
  • One year leave of absence in 1959-1960 to conduct research as a forest economist with the Extended Technical Aid Programme of the United Nations in Uganda and Kenya.

Sources:

  • Bryant, David G. (ed).The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of New Brunswick 1908-1958. Fredericton: The U.N.B. Forestry Association, 1958, p. 81.
  • UA Case 77.
  • Senate Minutes - UA RG 40, Book 6, 12 October 1948, p. 103.
  • Senate Minutes - UA RG 40, Book 7, 13 May 1959, p. 193.


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