Bunting, Mary Ingraham (1910–1998)

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Bunting, Mary Ingraham (1910–1998)

American educator. Born in Hartford, Connecticut, July 10, 1910; died Jan 21, 1998; dau. of Mary Shotwell Ingraham (1887–1981, founder of USO) and Henry Andrews Ingraham; Vassar, BA, 1931; University of Wisconsin, MA, 1932, PhD, 1934; m. Henry Bunting, 1937; children: 4.

Was an instructor in biology at Bennington College (1936–37), instructor in physiology and hygiene at Goucher College (1937–38), research assistant in department of bacteriology at Yale (1938–40, 1948–52), lecturer at Yale (1953–55), lecturer in department of botany, Wellesley College (1946–47), dean of Douglass College at Rutgers University (1955–69), president of Radcliffe College in Cambridge, Massachusetts (1960–72), and assistant to the president at Princeton University (1972–75).

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