Dr. Rose Rand

Title: Dr.
Prename: Rose
Surname: Rand
Profession: Philosopher
Birthday: 06/14/1903
Place of birth: Lemberg (Lwiw)
Date of death: 07/28/1980
Place of death: Princeton, NJ
Education: 1924 final high school examinations (*Matura*) in Vienna; 1924–28 university studies (philosophy) in Vienna; 1938 doctorate
Career: 1930–37 works at the Psychiatric-Neurological Clinic in Vienna; private teacher of students and adults; 1938 emigration to Britain enabled by the International Federation of University Women (IFUW), until 1940 nursing work at a London psychiatric clinic; 1940–41 British Federation of University Women (BFUW) scholarship for philosophical research; 1943 works in a metals factory and as a private tutor for adults and students; 1950 recognized student, Oxford University; 1954 emigrates to the United States; 1954–55 research scholarships from Harvard and Princeton; 1955–59 lecturer at the University of Chicago (elementary mathematics) and the University of Indiana in Gary (classical philosophy and logic), research associate at Notre Dame University; 1959 lectures in Cambridge, MA, and Princeton, NJ; works as a translator
Memberships: 1928–35 Vienna Circle
Biographical literature: [*Neue Deutsche Biographie*, "Rose Rand"](http://www.deutsche-biographie.de/sfzR0540-1.html)
Links: [University of Pittsburgh, Rose Rand Collection](http://digital.library.pitt.edu/cgi-bin/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=ascead&cc=ascead&rgn=main&view=text&didno=US-PPiU-asp199001)