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'''Name:''' Stephen M. Dixon
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'''Nicknames/Other names:''' Professor Dixon
 
  
 
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'''Position(s) held:'''
 
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*Professor of Civil Engineering (1892-1901)
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*Professor of Civil Engineering (1892 - 1901)
  
 
'''Activities/Contributions:''' Professor Dixon was very active in the establishment of the Engineering Building in 1900. Involved with the Glee Club.
 
'''Activities/Contributions:''' Professor Dixon was very active in the establishment of the Engineering Building in 1900. Involved with the Glee Club.
  
'''Notes:''' Succeeded by Professor Brydone Jack.
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*Delivered the Address in Praise of Founders at [https://graduations.lib.unb.ca/address/18944 Encaenia 1894] and [https://graduations.lib.unb.ca/address/18600 Encaenia 1901].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:21, 19 April 2021

Nicknames/Other names:

Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Engineering - University of Dublin, Trinity College

Dates Employed: 1892 - 1901

Faculty: Engineering

Department: Civil Engineering

Position(s) held:

  • Professor of Civil Engineering (1892 - 1901)

Activities/Contributions: Professor Dixon was very active in the establishment of the Engineering Building in 1900. Involved with the Glee Club.

Notes:

Sources:

  • University Monthly, vol. 12, no. 1, October 1892, p. 6.
  • University Monthly, vol. 21, no. 1, May 1901, p. 16.


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