History of Tufts College, 1854-1896

Start, Alaric Bertrand
1896

FRANK G. WREN, A. B.

FRANK G. WREN, A. B.

FRANK GEORGE WREN was born in Sharon, Massachusetts, March 15, 1874. His early years were passed in Sharon, and Wrentham, but the present home of the family is in Roslindale.

After passing through the lower schools he prepared for college by taking a three years' course at Dean Academy. In the Fall of 1890 he entered Tufts, and received his degree of A. B. in 1894, taking high honors in Mathematics. He had shown marked ability in this department throughout his school and college course, and during his Senior year served as an Instructor in the Bromfield-Pearson School.

When, in 1893, the Gamma Beta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was instituted at Tufts, Mr. Wren was one of the charter members. He is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Upon his graduation, Mr. Wren was appointed Tutor in Mathematics in the college, and Instructor in the Bromfield-Pearson School, and after serving for one year with this title became Instructor in Mathematics in the college in 1895. In January, 1896, he was appointed to the Walker Special Instructorship, vacated by Mr. Myrick.

FRANK GEORGE WREN was born in Sharon, Massachusetts, March 15, 1874. His early years were passed in Sharon, and Wrentham, but the present home of the family is in Roslindale.

After passing through the lower schools he prepared for college by taking a three years' course at Dean Academy. In the Fall of 1890 he entered Tufts, and received his degree of A. B. in 1894, taking high honors in Mathematics. He

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had shown marked ability in this department throughout his school and college course, and during his Senior year served as an Instructor in the Bromfield-Pearson School.

When, in 1893, the Gamma Beta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was instituted at Tufts, Mr. Wren was one of the charter members. He is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Upon his graduation, Mr. Wren was appointed Tutor in Mathematics in the college, and Instructor in the Bromfield-Pearson School, and after serving for one year with this title became Instructor in Mathematics in the college in 1895. In January, 1896, he was appointed to the Walker Special Instructorship, vacated by Mr. Myrick.

 
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Published by the Class of 1897. The original contains appendices with a directory of alumni, the college catalog, and the college charter. These were not included in this addition.

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