A committee to aid the Hebrew University with counsel in the development of its scientific and technologic faculties and to raise funds to help support the scinetific departments was formed in New York, states an announcement of the University’s American Advisory Committee, of which Felix M. Warburg is chairman. F. Julius Fohs, oil geologist, heads the Committee on Science and Technology. The other members are Dr. Leon S. Moiseiff, Dr. Maximilian Toch and Dr. Ferdinand Sonneborn of New York, and Professor Alexander Silverman of the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Isidor Greenwald of the Littauer Laboratory and Alfred E. Kornfeld.
A national committee of fifty is being organized throughout the country. Among the members so far enlisted are Leo Wolman, labor expert for the Joint Palestine Survey Commission, Jacob Lipman, of the New Jersey Agricultural Station, also a member of the Joint Palestine Survey Commission, and Dr. William N. Berg of New York.