The Michigan Alumnus 74
Robert Mark Wenley
Robert Mark Wenley, of Glasgow University, who becomes professor of philosophy at the University, was a brilliant scholar at the Scottish Universities. He carried off no less than 14 class and open university prizes at Glasgow; and graduated M. A., with first-class honors in men tal philosophy. He afterwards pursued studies on the continent and then won the degree of D. Sc. at Edinburgh, by his work in logic, meta- physics and moral philosophy. He was then appointed successively, assistant to the professor of logic and examiner in philosophy in Queen Margaret College. He has also conducted 43 courses in the Glasgow University extension movement.
Though a comparatively young man, he has written two books, one entitled "Socrates and Christ," and one on "Aspects of Pessimism." He has also been a frequent contributor to the Scottish Review, Mind, The Thinker, and numer ous other philosophical and literary magazines. He has strong recommendations from the late Prof. Veitch, Dr. Calderwood, Dr. Laurio, Ed ward Caird, Dr. A. B. Bruce, Dr. Marcus Dodge, Prof. Edward Dowden, the late C. J. Romanes, and from the classes, who have been under his training.