By R. Schwartz
Deans of fellows in American faculties and universities have been created within the overdue 19th and early 20th centuries to assist deal with a becoming pupil inhabitants. The early deans usually had a character that allowed them to have interaction simply with scholars. over the years, many deans observed their places of work raise in dimension and accountability. The occupation grew slowly yet via the 1940’s drew numerous hundred males to annual meetings and plenty of extra have been individuals. Deans of guys and girls have been major figures for college kids; many scholars observed them because the “face” of the school or collage. Schwartz strains the function and paintings of the deans and the way they controlled the swiftly transforming into tradition of the yankee university campus in the twentieth century.
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Clark took his office seriously and performed his duties in great earnest. He adopted a fairly stern approach to the escapades of young men at Illinois. Automobiles, alcohol, and cheating were cardinal sins in his view and typically grounds for expulsion. However, Clark often was willing to forgive the repentant and students who were discharged were often able to return to complete their studies if they acknowledged the errors of their ways. Clark also had a soft spot for young men who were limited in their means and opportunities.
In particular, Clark’s manipulation of the fraternity members and fraternity chapters on the Illinois campus was very successful. In many respects, it was a mutually satisfactory relationship. Through Dean Clark, the fraternity men had a staunch and abiding ally against the antifraternity forces such as faculty, other administrators, women, religious groups, or even non-fraternity students. The “unorganized” nonfraternity men must have harbored some jealousy of Clark’s overt attention to fraternity men, to say the least.
The year before, on May 11, 1930, a celebration of Dean Clark’s sixty-eighth birthday was attended by T hom a s A r k l e C l a r k 43 over 300 people in Urbana. Seven invited speakers celebrated Clark’s influence on young men at the University of Illinois over the years. Over 300 letters from across the country arrived to honor him. Later that summer, Clark attempted to retire but he was convinced to stay one additional year at the request of the new Illinois president, Harry W. Chase, primarily to maintain stability in the new president’s administration.