1863 – Mary Whiton Calkins was born this year.
– Calkins started her career as a Greek instructor at Wellesley College, but developed an interest in psychology.
– Established a psychology lab at Wellesley, the first psychology lab at a woman’s college.
1905 – She became the first female president the American Psychological Association.
1907 – Wrote the book "The Persistent Problems of Philosophy".
1918 – She authored the book "The Good Man and The Good".
– President of American Philosophical Association.