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Chloe Robinson
School of Nursing

Chloe Robinson, B.S., Instructing Supervisor in Dietetics

B.S., University of Arkansas, 1925; Teacher of Vocational Economics, Miami City Schools, Miami, Arizona, 1925-27; Internship in Dietetics, University of California Hospital, San Francisco, California, 1927-28; Instructor of Dietetics, University of California Hospital, 1928-29; Instructor of Dietetics, San Francisco Hospital, 1929-30; Instructor of Dietetics, St. Luke’s Hospital, Chicago, 1930-31; Instructing Supervisor in Dietetics, University of Michigan Hospital, 1932.