Benjamin Gerig Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Goshen (Indiana) College, 1917. Master of Arts, University of Illinois, 1922. Doctor of Science, University of Geneva, 1929.
Instructor political economy, University of Illinois, 1921-1923. Professor economics, Simmons College, Boston, 1923-1928. Fellow Post-graduate Institute International Studies, Geneva, 1928, 29.
Member information section League of Nations Secretariat, 1930-1940, also attached to League Mandates Section. Commissioner general, League of Nations, at New York World’s Fair, 1939-1940. Associate professor of government.
Haverford College, 1940-1942. Director office Dependent Area Affairs, Department of State. Deputy representative United States in Trusteeship Council of United Nations.
Member American Political Science Association. Member Society of Friends.
Married Mary Blosser, June 14, 1922. Children: Carolyn Janet, John Sebastian.