Development of Mathematics," by Edward B. Van Vleck, the University of Wisconsin.
Physics: "The Methods of Science: To What do they Apply?" by Arthur G. Webster, Clark University.
Mechanical Science and Engineering: "Safety and the Prevention of Waste in Mining and Metallurgical Operations," by J. A. Holmes, U. S. Bureau of Mines.
Geology and Geography: "Pleistocene History of Missouri River," by J. E. Todd, the University of Kansas.
Zoology: "The Story of Human Lineage," by William A. Locy, Northwestern University.
Botany: "The Evolution of a Botanical Problem," by Duncan S. Johnson, The Johns Hopkins University.
Social and Economic Science: "The Development of our Foreign Trade," by John Hays Hammond, New York City.
Physiology and Experimental Medicine: "The Physiological Instruction of Medical Students," by J. J. R. Macleod, Western Reserve University.
Education: "Science, Education and Democracy," by J. McKeen Cattell, Columbia University.
There were also given two public lectures complimentary to the citizens of Atlanta, one by Dr. Ch. Wardell Stiles,