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Genevieve Cartmill
School of Nursing

Genevieve Cartmill, B.E., Instructing Supervisor in Dietetics
Stevens Point State Normal School, Stevens, Point, Wisconsin, 1918; University of Chicago, Summer Session, 1923; University of California, Summer Session, 1924; Wisconsin Central State Teachers College, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1927; Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 1929.

Home Economics Instructor, Humbird High School, Wisconsin, 1918-1919; Shiocton High School, Wisconsin, 1919-1922; Hancock High School, Wisconsin, 1922-1923; Kenosha Vocational High School, Wisconsin, 1923-1925; Stevens Point Vocational School, Wisconsin, 1925-1928; Instructing Supervisor in Dietetics, University of Michigan Hospital, 1929-1931; 1934-1935; Metabolism Dietitian, University of Michigan Hospital, 1931--; Instructor in Dietetics, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, 1934--.