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Ralph Earle Kharas

university dean

Ralph Earle Kharas, American university dean. Member of New York State Mediation Board, 1947-1960, War Labor Board, Board, Region II (public panel 1943-1945). Chairman, Syracuse Human Rights Commission, 1964.; Member American Association University Professors, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Kharas, Ralph Earle was born on January 7, 1902 in Omaha. Son of Theodore and Emma (Worman) Kharas.

Education

Student Creighton U., 1919-1920, Omaha U., 1920-1921. Bachelor of Arts, Cornell College, 1923, Doctor of Laws, 1957. Juris Doctor, University of Chicago, 1927.

Juris Scientiae Doctor, Yale, 1935.

Career

Instructor, Cornell College, 1923-1925. Assistant professor Syracuse University, 1925-1927. Associate professor Colgate University, 1927-1928.

Assistant professor of law Syracuse University, 1928-1934, associate professor, 1934-1937, professor since 1937, acting dean, 1942-1946, associate dean, 1946-1952, dean since 1952. Visiting professor New York University, 1950-1952, Chicago U., 1956. Assistant to attorney general as hearing officer under Selective Service Act, 1943-1945, 48-50.

Works

  • Contributor to legal journals.

Membership

Member of New York State Mediation Board, 1947-1960, War Labor Board, Board, Region II (public panel 1943-1945). Chairman, Syracuse Human Rights Commission, 1964. Member American Association University Professors, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Mohn, August 25, 1928. Children: Richard Davis, Katharine Jane.

father:
Theodore Kharas

mother:
Emma (Worman) Kharas

spouse:
Elizabeth Mohn

children:
Richard Davis Kharas

Katharine Jane Kharas