Competition: US & Canada
Education: Goucher College
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1929–30:
Stimson, Dorothy: Appointed to study the relation of ecclesiasticism in England to the scientific thought of the 17th and early 18th centuries; tenure, twelve months from September 1, 1929. (Postponed to September 1, 1930.)
Born October 10, 1890, at St. Louis, Missouri. Education: Vassar College, A. B., 1912; Columbia University, A. M., 1913, Ph. D., 1917.
Teacher, 1913–14, Tudor Hall School; Part-time Instructor in History, Vassar College, February–June, 1917; Dean of Women and Professor of History, 1917–21, Transylvania College; Dean and Associate Professor of History, 1921—, Goucher College.
Publications: “The Gradual Acceptance of the Copernican Theory of the Universe,” 1917.