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Felix Wladyslaw Pawlowski
The Michigan Alumnus 80-99

Felix Wladyslaw Pawlowski, who has been appointed Assistant Pro
fessor of Mechanical Engineering, was born near Warsaw, Poland, July 23, 
1876. He obtained his early education in the schools of Warsaw, and his 
technical education in the Technical College of Mittweida, Saxony, completing the studies in mechanical and electrical engineering in 1896. He has 
also done postgraduate work in the Technical College of the Grand Duchy
 of Braunschweig, the University of Paris and the University of Michigan. 

Before coming to Michigan in 1913, Professor Pawlowski had twelve
 years of practical experience in Europe in various branches of engineering 
and about two years of practical experience in this country in automobile
 design. Since coming to the University, he has spent some time in develop
ing the aeronautical courses.