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  1. Charles William Eliot (March 20, 1834 – August 22, 1926) was an American academic who was president of Harvard University from 1869 to 1909, the longest term of any Harvard president. A member of the prominent Eliot family of Boston, he transformed Harvard from a respected provincial college into America's preeminent research ...

  2. Charles William Eliot, (born March 20, 1834, Boston, Mass., U.S.—died Aug. 22, 1926, Northeast Harbor, Maine), American educator, leader in public affairs, president of Harvard University for 40 years, and editor of the 50-volume Harvard Classics (1909–10).

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  3. Charles William Eliot ( Boston, 20 de março de 1834 - Condado de Hancock, 22 de agosto de 1926) foi um acadêmico americano eleito presidente da Universidade de Harvard em 1869. [ 1] Biografia Era filho do político Samuel Atkins Eliot, de proeminente família de Massachusetts, e que fora prefeito da cidade e deputado.

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  4. Charles William Eliot, Harvard’s longest-serving president, in office for the four decades from 1869 to 1909, was an influential national figure. According to one historian, “by the turn of the century … his opinion and support were sought on every variety of public question.”

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  5. Charles William Eliot was a 35-year-old Professor of Analytical Chemistry at MIT when he was appointed president of Harvard. Believing that higher education needed to be “broadened, deepened, and invigorated,” Charles Eliot created, in large part, the Harvard we inhabit.

  6. Samuel Atkins Eliot. Father of Charles. Charles W. Eliot was born on March 20, 1834 at 31 Beacon Street, Boston, on the site now occupied by the left wing of the Massachusetts State House. He was the fourth in a family of seven children and the only son.

  7. Charles William Eliot expõe o sistema eletivo como "Liberdade em Educação", 1885 *. Tradução de Helena Coharik Chamlian **. APRESENTAÇÃO E NOTAS SOBRE A TRADUÇÃO. O texto de Charles William Eliot, cuja tradução apresentamos à Revista da Faculdade de Educação, é transcrição de uma palestra por ele proferida em Harvard há mais ...