ItemFaculty Executive Committee Minutes(Bennington College, 1940-09-19) Griffiths, JacquelineThe question was raised as to the status of these lecturers on the campus. They have no regular obligations other than to deliver lectures and to be resident a part of the period of this semester so that faculty or student groups may carry on informal discussions with them concerning the work of their lectures. Miss Bowie is in charge of all contacts for such group or individual interviews. Also I Miss Bowie is in charge of arranging for their social activities. ItemFaculty Executive Committee Minutes(Bennington College, 1940-10-03) Griffiths, Jacqueline...Also it was agreed that the lecture fund would be devoted largely or entirely to the support of honorary resident lecturers or fellows who might be used in various ways. The committee will where ever possible choose the lecturers from displaced foreign scholars who can make specific contributions to the lecture series or other aspects of tho College program. ItemMeeting of the Art Division(1935-06-07)Topics discussed: Making exhibitions of student art more educational, meeting with students individually versus as a group to obtain criticism for E.P.C., suggestions for improving senior seminar, student E.P.C. representative Carolyn Crossett presented student feedback on the Introduction to Art course ItemReport of the Committee on Faculty Salaries and Tenure as Amended by Faculty(Bennington College, 1935-03) Jones, Lewis W, 1899-1975; Garrett, Paul; Taggard, Genevieve ItemLetter from President Robert Leigh to Mr W.W. Norton(Bennington College, 1940-07-30) Leigh, Robert ItemCommittee on General Meetings(Bennington College, 1940-10-18) Bowie, Elizabeth H.Speaking of Dr. Karl Polanyi's potential extension of his honorary fellowship appointment. "Mr. Leigh suggested that Dr. Polanyi should remain at the College as an honorary fellow...This would leave Dr. Polanyi time to work on his book." The referenced book would soon become The Great Transformation.