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[[File:William brydone jack.jpg|thumb|right|215x371px|UNB President William Brydone Jack, 1878. MG L 32; Series 6; File 1, Box 4; Item 24.]]Nicknames/Other names:''' Manus - because of the way he sounded to students pronouncing 'minus' in his Scottish accent
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Nicknames/Other names: Manus - because of the way he sounded to students pronouncing 'minus' in his Scottish accent
- Bachelor of Science - University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland
- Doctor of Civil Laws (1855) - University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada
Years Employed: 1840 - 1885
- Professor of Mathematics & Natural Philosophy (1840 - 1861)
- Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, & Astronomy (1861 -
- President (1861 - 1885)
Activities/Contributions: In 1947, Jack spearheaded the initiative to procure a telescope in 1847 and to erect an observatory in 1851.
- MacNutt, W. Stewart. "The University in the Twentieth Century." The University of New Brunswick Memorial Volume. Ed. Alfred G. Bailey. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick, 1950, pp. 26 - 40.
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