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Boyce Assumes Hoad’s Duties

For the second time in his life, Prof. Earnest Boyce has moved into the office and job of Prof. William C. Hoad.

The second time was Monday at the University when Boyce started his new duties as professor of sanitary engineering in the Engineering College and of public health engineering at the School of Public Health. The first time was in 1920 at the Kansas State Board of Health where he followed Hoad as the state sanitary engineer.

Boyce’s first task at Michigan was carrying on a work begun 12 months ago by Professor Hoad, now retired, who had charge of starting the University's course for Army sanitary engineers. Monday a new group of army men began the 12 weeks program, which is directed by Prof. Boyce.

The new. faculty member comes to Michigan from the U. S. Public Health Service where since July 1, 1941, he has been senior sanitary engineer. Before that he was water supply consultant with the quartermaster general’s office. From 1924 to 1941 he was with the Kansas State Board of Health and professor of sanitary engineering at the University of Kansas.