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Jackson Belden Dennison

university professor , economist

Jackson Belden Dennison, American university professor, economist. Served in Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I with American Expeditionary Forces; Member American Statistical Association, American Finance Association, Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma.; Mason (32°).

Background

Dennison, Jackson Belden was born on April 5, 1891 in Onslow, Iowa, United States. Son of John and Matilda (Campbell) Dennison.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Lenox College, Hopkinton, Iowa, 1912. A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1915, graduate student, 1919-1921. Graduate student, University Minnesota, 1915-1917.

Career

Instructor, Hamline U., St. Paul, Minnesota, 1915-1917. Instructor, University of Wisconsin, 1921-1922. Assistant professor economics, Miami University, 1921-1922, associate professor economics and business, 1922-1937, professor business, 1937-1939, professor finance since 1939.

Director Bureau of Business Research, since 1939. Research associate Cincinnati Bureau of Governmental Research, 1931, 1945-1946. Director Oxford National Bank.

Membership

Served in Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I with American Expeditionary Forces. Member American Statistical Association, American Finance Association, Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma. Mason (32°).

Connections

Married Mildred Rothhaar, June 20, 1923. Children: John, Ellen, Margaret.

father:
John Dennison

mother:
Matilda (Campbell) Dennison

spouse:
Mildred Rothhaar

children:
John Dennison

Ellen Dennison

Margaret Dennison