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Chapter 3: Growth of the Department 1902–1952

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This chapter contains sections titled: Louis Duncan (1902–1904), Graduate Education, Harry E. Clifford (1904–1907), The Dugald Jackson Era (1907–1935), First MIT Doctorates, Jackson's Philosophy and Style, Building the Graduate Program, The “New Technology”: The Move to Cambridge, EE Curriculum Changes, The Impact of World War I, Postwar: A New Direction, Postwar Departmental Buildup, The Search for a New President, 1920–1923, Research Takes a Leap, An Assessment of the Jackson Era, The Moreland Administration (1935–1938), Harold L. Hazen (1938-1952) Tumultuous Years