Aydelotte, Frank

Aydelotte, Frank

(1880–1956) college president, foundation officer; born in Sullivan, Ind. As president (1921–40) he developed Swarthmore (Pa.) College into an academically outstanding institution with innovations like an honors program. He was director of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (1940–47). Long associated with the Rhodes Trust, he planned the Guggenheim Awards and Commonwealth Fellowships.
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Aydelotte, Frank. "Honors Courses in American Colleges and Universities," 2nd ed., rev.
Aydelotte, Frank. Breaking the Academic Lockstep: The Development of Honors Work in American Colleges and Universities.
Aydelotte, Frank. Breaking the Academic Lock Step: The Development of Honors Work in American Colleges and Universities.