Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
William Hertzog Thompson
In all institutions of Metier learning there are a few personalities who are outstanding to not only the student body, but also to the community. One such personality is William Hertzog Thomson, who has been associated with the University of Omaha since 1913 when ho enrolled as a freshman. In his role of student, alumnus, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology, Dean of Men, Director of the Child Study Service, and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, he has left an indelible impression on many individuals, including students in his classes and also on the citizens of this community. Since his viewpoints and appellations of psychology have influenced countless numbers of individuals, it seemed impelling that such impressions should be recorded.
Sinnett, Gloria Kurtz, "The psychological viewpoints of William Hertzog Thompson and his contributions." (1960). Student Work. 67.
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