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The Hough Fellowship in Psychology and Ethics was established in 1967, by bequest from Williston S. Hough (Ph.D., 1884). Dr. Hough was a member of the philosophy faculty at Michigan from 1888-91 and Professor of Philosophy at Minnesota from 1891-94. Beginning in 1905, he held a series of positions at George Washington University: Professor of Philosophy, Professor of Psychology and Education in charge of the Division of Education, and then Dean, Teachers College. The Hough Fellowship is restricted to graduate students; recipients in Philosophy work in ethics or philosophy of psychology.