|Henry Burchard Fine|
September 14, 1858|
|Died||December 22, 1928
"Princeton, New Jersey
|Alma mater||"University of Leipzig
|Children||John B. Fine
May Margaret Fine
|"Doctoral advisor||"Felix Klein|
Fine was born at "Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and was educated at "Princeton ("A.B., 1880) and "Leipzig ("Ph.D., 1885) universities. At Princeton he was assistant professor (1885–1890), then became "professor in 1890, and he also was "dean of the "faculty from 1903–1912 and "dean of the department of science after 1909.
He was president of the "American Mathematical Society in 1911–12.
"Fine Hall, the building housing the Mathematics Department at Princeton, was named after him, in recognition of his key role in developing the mathematics faculty.
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