Party affiliation: Republican
Bachelor of Arts, New York University, 1894, A.M., 1897. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Halle-Wittenberg, 1899. Doctor of Laws, Westminster College, 1903, New York University, 1915, Lehigh University, 1915, Pennsylvania College, 1915, Rutgers College, 1915.
The Doctor of Letters, University of Pennsylvania, 1924. Doctor of Science, Lafayette College, 1926.
A. Ogden Butler fellow in philosophy, 1894-1895, instructor philosophy, 1896-1899, assistant professor, 1899, New York University. President and professor philosophy, Westminster College, Missouri, 1899-1903. Syndic and professor politics, New York University, 1903-1915, acting chancellor, 1910-1911.
President Lafayette College, 1915-1926. Associate director American Council on Education, 1930-1934. Chairman International Student Service Conference, 1933.
Delegate President’s Conference on Crisis in Education, 1933. Chairman finance committee, World Conference on Faith and Order. Member provisional committee of the World Council of Churches.
Vice chairman National Committee on Education by Radio, 1931-1934. Director Brunswick Site Company. Trustee H. Constable Estate.
Regional director S.A.T.C., 1918. Delegate Lausanne Conference, 1927, Oxford and Edinburgh Confs., 1937. President American Institute of Christian Philosophy.
Trustee, Alborz College, Teheran, Iran. Trustee American University (Cairo, Egypt). Trustee Masters School (Dobbs Ferry, New York), 1929.
Elector, Hall of Fame. Vice-president for Manhattan, Huguenot Society of America. President Phi Beta Kappa Alumni of New York, 1929.
Born September 30, 1875