Robert A. Huttenback

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Robert A. Huttenback

"A 1951 graduate of UCLA, Robert A. Huttenback received his Ph.D. from the same campus in 1959. He spent the 1956-57 academic year on a Fulbright Fellowship at the University of London in the School of Oriental and African Studies. The following year, he was awarded a Ford grant to study and travel in India. He has received other fellowships and grants that permitted additional study in India and Great Britain as well as Pakistan and South Africa. He joined the faculty at the California Institute of Technology in 1958 and has been a full professor since 1966. He served as chairman of the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences from 1972 until his appointment as chancellor of Santa Barbara in 1977." [1]

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  1. Santa Barbara: Administrative Officers, University of California, accessed February 2, 2008.