Walmsley, Charles

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Walmsley, Charles

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1891 - 1962


Professor Charles Walmsley taught in the Department of Mathematics at Dalhousie University from September 1930 to August 1959. He was born 23 September 1891 in England and was educated at Manchester Grammar School and King's College, Cambridge. He taught at the University of Birmingham, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and Manchester University before moving to Halifax to take up a Carnegie professorship at the University of King's College-Dalhousie University. In 1930 he was appointed assistant professor of mathematics at Dalhousie, promoted to associate in 1934 and to full professor in 1950. He returned to England after his retirement, where he died on 27 March 1962.


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