; married second, Freda Dungay, September 1, 1967. Principal schools, Easton, Maine, 1911-1913. Professor of history, Summer School Allegheny College, 1912.
Instructor economics Vanderbilt, 1917-1918. On leave of absence as associate director education, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, and director education, Camp Sheridan, Alabama, 1917-1918. Expert Federal Board Vocational Education, Washington, 1918-1919.
Professor economics and business administration Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, 1919-1920. Professor economics Carleton College, 1920-1953. Professor economics Whittier College, from 1953, department chairman economics and business administration, 1953-1961, chairman div. social science, 1954-1955.
Professor economics University of California, summer 1926. Visiting professor economics London School Economics, spring 1934. Visiting professor economics Rollins College, 1952-1953.
Examiner United States Civil Service Commission, 1942-1946. United States representative Methodist Conference, Leicester, England, 1934. Panel member public disputes div.
National War Labor Board, 1943-1946.
People are called to love God not only with their hearts, but also with their minds. All things should be considered through the light of reason. In order to do that, it is necessary to become aware of different points of view and be able to develop critical thinking in relation to any political or social problem.