Personal Papers of Stephen J. Shawl 1930's-2009

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Personal Papers of Stephen J. Shawl, 1930's-2009

Personal Papers of Stephen J. Shawl 1930's-2009

Stephen J. Shawl was appointed Assistant Professor of Astronomy and Physics at the University of Kansas in 1972. His research interests have focused on globular cluster dust and optical observational astronomy. He has held many professional and academic memberships with national and international astronomical organizations. Author of numerous publications in academic journals as well as a standard textbook for junior college and college level introduction to astronomy courses, Shawl has made an active part of his career to develop the teaching of astronomy and applied sciences.

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