The summer program of studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology includes a course on probability and another on acoustics in testing and processing. The first, under the leadership of Mark Kac, professor of mathematics and engineering physics at Cornell University, extends from June 11 through July 20, and will consider topics of importance not only in mathematics but also in the study and application of physics and engineering. The second course, intended as a basic orientation in the potentialities and limitations of industrial acoustics, with attention to the underlying physical principles and instrumentation techniques involved, will be given from June 18 to 22 by Richard H. Bolt and Theodor F. Heuter, director and research associate, respectively, of the MIT Acoustics Laboratory. Further information may be obtained from Walter H. Gale, director of the Summer Session, Room 3‐107, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 39, Massachusetts.

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