The Michigan Alumnus 346
PAUL HENLE, Professor of Philosophy, joined the faculty in 1937, after hav ing taught at his alma mater, Harvard University, and at Smith College. A native of New York City, he earned the A.B., A.M., and Ph.D. degrees before beginning his teaching career. Professor Henle left the Michigan Campus in 1942, on leave of absence, to serve in the Army until 1945. Then he resigned in 1946 to become Chair man of the Philosophy Department at Northwestern University. However, he rejoined the Michigan staff in 1950. Pro fessor Henle is co-author of a book, "Fundamentals of Logic," which has been translated into the Chinese. He is currently Vice-President of the Western Division of the American Philosophical Association, and has been Consulting Editor of the "Journal" of the Association for Symbolic Logic. Mrs. Henle is the former Jeanne M. La Forge, '41, and they have two sons.