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Memoir

Felix Wladyslaw Pawlowski
Regents' Proceedings 431

Felix W. Pawlowski, Guggenheim Professor of Aeronautical Engineering, having reached the age of seventy years on July 23, 1946, has become eligible for retirement under the provisions of the Bylaws, of the Board of Regents.

After study in Germany and France and professional practice in his native Poland, Professor Pawlowski became associated with the University of Michigan, as a teaching assistant in mechanical engineering in 1913, and since 1922, after successive promotions, has held the rank of professor.

From the beginning of instruction in the subject of aeronautical engineering in the College of Engineering, he has been associated with that work. Now on the occasion of his retirement, the Regents of the University of Michigan express their appreciation of the pioneer work in his field, which Professor Pawlowski conducted, and extend to him their sincere good wishes for his future happiness. He is cordially invited to avail himself of the courtesies customarily extended to emeritus members of the faculty.