William Trufant Foster was economist and an American educator, the first president of Reed College
William Trufant Foster was economist and an American educator, the first president of Reed College edited three chapters. Foster was born in Massachusetts in Boston, graduated with an A.B. from Harvard University, was an instructor of English, also professor of English in Maine at Bates College, received eventually a Ph.D.. Teachers College rejected intercollegiate sports, close intellectual collaboration was in Massachusetts in Newton. The theory influenced strongly the anti-depression programs of Herbert Hoover.
The 1917 United States disrupts completely normal proceedings at the college. The Reed College faculty presenting the subject-matter of the premeteorology course.