James Alfred McClintock, Professor of Psychology, one of the founding professors at Brothers College, served twice as acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts: 1963-65 and 1971-72 (coming out of retirement to do the second stretch, according to John Cunningham's University in the Forest).
His credentials, according to The Building of Drew University (1938), included:
- A.B (Bachelor of arts), Williamette University, 1927
- B.D. (Bachelor of divinity), Drew University, 1930
- M.A., New York University, 1930.
- Graduate Work, Columbia University, 1933, 1935;
- Ph.D., Drew University, 1934.
His teaching career:
- Teaching Fellow in Psychology and Philosophy, Brothers College, 1930-1931
- Instructor, 1931-1932
- Assistant Professor, 1932-1938
- Associate Professor, 1938-1942
- Professor of Psychology and Philosophy, 1943-1971
James McClintock served as a Navy chaplain during WWII, starting in 1943.
We have not been able to find any evidence that Dr. James McClintock was related to President John McClintock. Nor, based on a reference in an essay of Dean McClintock's in our files, was he able to find such a genealogical connection.