Internet-First University Press collection, 1999-2011.

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Internet-First University Press collection, 1999-2011.

DVDs include "Hans Bethe: Celebrating 'An Exemplary Life,'" 2005; "Quantum Physics Made Relatively Simple," three lectures by Hans Bethe; "Remembering Hans Bethe"; "A Conversation with Simon Bauer," 2006; "A Conversation with W. Donald Cooke," 2006; "A Conversation with Roald Hoffmann," 2006; "A Conversation with Fred W. McLafferty," 2006; "A Conversation with Harold Scheraga," 2006; "Animal Reproduction: Reflections by Robert H. Foote," 2006; "Janus Conference on Research Library Collections," 2005; "The Internet-First University Press Archive 001, 30 Apr 05," 2005; "The Corson Symposium: Strategy for a Great Research University," 1999; and "The Legacy of Frederick G. Marcham," 2006. Also, "Final Project Report to the Atlantic Philanthropies, August 1, 2006," by J. Robert Cooke, Principal Investigator and Kenneth M. King, Project Director. "A Pioneering Department: Evolution from Rural Engineering to Biological and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, 1907-2007," by Ronald B. Furry, edited by John Marcham, 2007, with CD of volume; "In Their Own Voices: A Conversation with Howard W. Riley" (transcript of interview); "Riley-Robb Hall At Cornell University: Celebrating Its Opening," edited by J. Robert Cooke and Ronald B. Furry. "The Case for a Primary Diplomatic Relationship with China," Mark Kirk, introduced by Professor Walter LaFeber, 8 Nov. 2004; "Corson: Cornell Center for Medical Research Luncheon," 1 December 2004; "Groundbreaking: Life Sciences Technology Building," 11 March 2005. "Memorial Program in 200 Baker Laboratory, Saturday 10 November 2007, Remembering W. Donald Cook: 15 May 1918 - 20 September 2007, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University", 2008. "Cornell 1969: Key Issues Then and Now. A University Faculty Forum, 3 May 1999, Kennedy Hall;" "The 30th Anniversary of WSH Takeover" panel discussion, Memorial Room, Willard Straight Hall, 19 April 1999. "A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature. A Robert Richardson Lecture, 1 Aug 1979," DVD with selected articles from the Cornell Chronicle about Cornell research on absolute zero and superconductivity, 2008. Two DVDs relating to the William T. Keeton House Grand Opening and Dedication, Sept. 26, 2008: one with standard definition footage shot by Bob Cooke and one with high definition footage shot by Charles Walcott. Five DVDs of conference proceedings for Computation of Shell & Spatial Structures, the 6th Annual Conference of IASS-IACM (International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures - International Association for Computational Mechanics), held on the Cornell campus on 28-31 May 2008. "A Collection of Cornell Chronicle articles about James W. Spencer," 2009. "The Legacy of Dale R. Corson," printed volume and DVD, 2009. "M.H. Abrams at Cornell University," printed volume and DVD, 2010. "The Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University: A History and Personal Reflections," by Malden C. Nesheim, 2010. "A Conversation with Juris Hartmanis," DVD, 2010. Memorial Service for Richard Norman WhiteDVD includes his CV, the statement for the annual university faculty memorial booklet, and a video recording of the memorial gathering held on May 1, 2010, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. 2011 titles include: "The Origin and History of the Internet: A Lecture by Kenneth M. King." CAPE lecture (DVD); "Evolution of Plant Breeding at Cornell University: A Centennial History, 1907-2006," by Royse P. Murphy with Lee B. Kass (book); "The Rau Plow Model Collection At Cornell Universityand the Evolution of Plow Design: A Lecture by Gerald E. Rehkugler," CAPE lecture (book and DVD); "Small is Still Beautiful: Establishing a Micro-Economics Agenda for Agribusiness Development in Africa," CAPE lecture by Ralph D. Christy; "Cornell Apple Breeding: Creating the Apples of the Future," CAPE lecture by Susan K. Brown. Includes CDs of scans of the "Cornell University Faculty Memorial Statements, 1868-2009" and the "Cornell University Faculty Minutes, 1868-2010" (restricted to permission of the Dean of the Faculty).

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White, Richard N.

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Bauer, Simon

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Emeritus professor in the Dept. of Chemistry, Cornell University. Bauer received his B.S. (1931) and Ph.D. (1935) at the University of Chicago. From the description of Simon Bauer papers, 1932-2006. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64062531 ...

McLafferty, Fred W

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Murphy, Royse P. (Royse Peak), 1914-

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Furry, Ronald Bay, 1931-

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Hoffmann, Roald

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Professor of Chemistry, Cornell University. Roald Hoffmann was born in 1937 in Poland. After surviving the Nazi occupation, the remnants of the family emigrated to the U.S. in 1949. Hoffmann received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1962 with William N. Lipscombe and M. P. Gouterman, remaining at Harvard as a Junior Fellow in the Society of Fellows for three years. In 1965 Hoffmann accepted a position at Cornell where he is the Frank H.T. Rhodes Professor in Humane L...

Keeton, William T.

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Corson, Dale R.

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Cornell University Assistant Professor of Physics, 1946-1947; Associate Professor, 1947-1952; Professor, 1952-79; Chairman of Physics Department, 1956-1959; Dean, College of Engineering, 1959-63; Provost of Cornell University, 1963-1969; President of Cornell University, 1969-1977. From the description of Dale R. Corson oral histories, 1981-1994. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63936038 Dale R. Corson was named chairman of the Physics Dept. at Cornell Univer...

Cooke, J. Robert

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The Internet-First University Press was the outcome of a project, "Creating an Open Access Paradigm for Scholarly Publishing," led by J. Robert Cooke and Kenneth M. King and funded by the Atlantic Philanthropies. The project created online and DVD versions of interviews, lectures, and symposia. From the description of Internet-First University Press collection, 1999-2011. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 165394165 James Robert "Bob" Cooke served as vice pres...

Hartmanis, Juris 1928-

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Professor emeritus of Computer Science, Cornell University. Hartmanis was born in Latvia, received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Marburg in Germany, his Master's degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Kansas City in 1951, and his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology in 1955. After teaching at Cornell and Ohio State, he joined the General Electric Research Laboratory in 1958, where he developed principles of computa...

International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures.

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Cooke, W. Donald

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William Donald Cooke came to Cornell in 1951 as assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology. He led the effort to modernize analytical chemistry, introducing instrumental analysis, including electrochemistry and nuclear magnetic resonance. He became a full professor in 1959 and later became associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (1962-1964); dean of the Graduate School (1964-1973); and vice president for research and advanced studies (1969-1983). He was educated at St. Jose...

Foote, Robert H.

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Jacob Gould Schurman professor of animal science, Cornell University. From the description of Robert H. Foote papers, 1939-2006. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63534877 From the guide to the Robert H. Foote papers, 1939-2006., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) ...

Nesheim, Malden C.

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Rehkugler, Gerald Edwin, 1935-

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Spencer, James W. (James Wendell)

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Abrams, M.H. (Meyer Howard), 1912-

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Cornell University Professor of English, Emeritus. From the description of M. H. Abrams oral history, 2008. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 299953528 ...

Cornell University

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Internet-First University Press

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Bethe, Hans A. (Hans Albrecht), 1906-2005

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Physicist. From the description of Hans Albrecht Bethe oral histories, 1966-1981. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63935483 Alsatian-born American physicist, winner of the 1967 Nobel Prize for physics. From the description of Typed letter signed : Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, to Samuel Goudsmit, 1936 June 6. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270953107 Unpublished document written as chapter 13 of the Smyth Report. Letters about it ...

Brown, Susan K.

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King, Kenneth M.

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LaFeber, Walter

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Professor of History, Cornell University. Walter LaFeber graduated from Hanover College in 1955, received a master's degree from Stanford University in 1956 and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 1959. He came to Cornell in 1963 and is currently the Marie Underhill Noll Professor of American History. He specializes in American foreign policy. His major works include The New Empire: An Interpretation of American Expansion; America; Russia and the Cold War; and Th...

Scheraga, Harold Abraham, 1921-

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Born in Brooklyn New York on 18 October 1921. Education: B.S., Chemistry, City College of New York (1941), A.M., Chemistry, Duke University (1942), Ph.D., Chemistry, Duke University (1946). Employment: 1946-1947 Harvard Medical School; 1847- Cornell University; 1970-1980 Weizmann Institute, Rehovoth, Israel. From the description of Oral history interview with Harold A. Scheraga, 1987 February 10. (Chemical Heritage Foundation). WorldCat record id: 712066068 ...

Cornell University. School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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International Association for Computational Mechanics.

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Marcham, Frederick George, 1898-1992

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Professor of English history, Cornell University. From the description of Frederick George Marcham papers, 1925-1993. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64075144 From the guide to the Frederick George Marcham papers, 1925-1993., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) ...

Kass, Lee B., 1946-

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Botanist. From the description of Lee Kass papers, 1989-2001. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64031998 ...

Christy, Ralph D.

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Kirk, Mark, 1961-

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