並說明他的興趣廣博 會計 稅法 園藝 (新種荔枝送胡適嚐) 為國服務
Robert H. Montgomery's Federal Taxes on Corporations, 1942-43, Vols.
- [ 翻譯這個網頁 ]26 May 2009 – Columbia Business School recently bestowed the following awards in ... Robert H. Montgomery Prize in Accounting
Robert H. Montgomery Jr., 77, Entertainment Lawyer, DiesBy TINA KELLEY
Published: September 04, 2000 不知是否為訃文中的子 Arthur?
- [ 翻譯這個網頁 ]4 Sep 2000 – Robert H. Montgomery Jr., 77, a lawyer for prominent film, ... 1923, and graduated from Harvard College and Columbia Law School. ...
他兩同年的 Dickinson College 榮譽博士
|Motto||Latin: Pietate et doctrina tuta libertas|
|Motto in English||Religion and learning, the bulwark of liberty|
|Type||Private liberal arts college|
|President||William G. Durden|
|Location||Carlisle, PA, USA|
170 acres (68 hectares)
|Colors||Red and White|
Dickinson College is a private, residential liberal arts college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Originally established as a Grammar School in 1773, Dickinson was chartered September 9, 1783, five days after the signing of the Treaty of Paris, making it the first college to be founded in the newly-recognized United States. Dickinson was founded by Benjamin Rush, a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence and named in honor of a signer of the Constitution, John Dickinson, who was later the President of Pennsylvania. Dickinson College is America's 16th oldest college.
With over 180 full-time faculty members and an enrollment of nearly 2,400 students, Dickinson is known for its curriculum and international education programs. Dickinson sponsors 12 study centers in other countries and its approach to global education has received national recognition from the American Council on Education and NAFSA: Association of International Educators. The college was among six institutions profiled in depth by NAFSA for "Outstanding Campus Internationalization" in 2003  The 42% acceptance rate for the Class of 2011 is Dickinson's lowest ever, and the College's nearly 6,000 applications put it amongst the top liberal arts colleges nationwide. In 2007 Dickinson's endowment topped $300 million, more than double its total from ten years before.
Dickinson College is not to be confused with the Dickinson School of Law, which abuts the campus but has not been associated with the college since the late 19th century. The law school merged with Pennsylvania State University in 1997, and its students study at both the Carlisle and State College campuses. Dickinson is sometimes mistaken for, yet has no relation to, Fairleigh Dickinson University, a private university in the state of New Jersey.