- The Magazine reported that a number of Chicago faculty had been
sharing their knowledge outside the University. Divinity School
professor Shailer Mathews published "Is the Belief in the
Historicity of Jesus Indispensable to Christian Faith?" in
the October American Journal of Theology. The November issue of
Elementary School Teacher included "Pestalozzian Formalism-Degenerate
Object-Teaching" by Dean of the College of Education S. Chester
Parker. But the academy wasn't the only beneficiary of U of C
expertise. The Chicago committee of the Drama League of America
counted associate professor S. H. Clark among its membership,
and the reading public benefited from English professor Robert
Herrick and the publication of his novel The Healer.
Hoover grew up in Anderson, Indiana, a General Motors
factory town, with one goal in mind: "All my friends wanted
to be president or a firefighter or something. But I wanted to
run a retail chain." Hoover's determination to reach that
goal never wavered, not even during his days on the quads amidst
the 1970s anti-war protests.
alumni are always in the news or writing it-although they are
not always identified by their class year and degree. Here are
some recent sightings.
your mail and check the
alumni gateway online for up-to-date
staff, friends and UofC Alumni listings.
listing of recent publications
by Chicago graduates.
on a new
book by a U of C alumnus/a.