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A full catalog of Andrew Wyeth prints and reproductions available at Chadds Ford Gallery. Louise Erdrich (born Karen Louise Erdrich, June 7, 1954) is an American author, writer of novels, poetry, and children's books featuring Native American characters. Jacker definition, any of various portable devices for raising or lifting heavy objects short heights, using various mechanical, pneumatic, or hydraulic methods. Ojibwe Language Links Ojibwe Language Bibliography Baraga, Frederic. A Dictionary of the Ojibway Language. Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Historical Society Press.
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Academia and research. Allen. 19. 36. GSASPh. D. First president of the University of South Florida in Tampa; interim president of the University of Florida in Gainesville. Bloustein. 19. 48. WSCB. A. Seventeenth president of Rutgers University; professor at NYU Law. Cipriani. GSASM. A., Ph. D. Fifth President of SUNY Farmingdale.
President of the University of Wisconsin System. Gonnoud, Urban. Urban Gonnoud. Stern. M. B. A. 1. President of St. Francis College. Fry, John Anderson.
John Anderson Fry. Stern. M. B. A. President, Drexel University. Garanzini, Michael J. Michael J. Garanzini.
STEINHARDTM. A. President, Loyola University Chicago. Gloster. 19. 43. GSASPh.
D. Seventh president of Morehouse College. Seoul National University. Kurtz, Paul. Paul Kurtz.
WSCB. A. the . Chancellor of the City University of New York. Moon, Donald. Donald Moon. ENGM. S. President of Shimer College.
Smith. M. D. Founding dean of Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine. Woodbridge, Samuel Merrill. Samuel Merrill Woodbridge.
B. A. Led New Brunswick seminary as Dean and President of the Faculty from 1. Trustee of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, professor and researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale University. Member of the United Nations International Nuclear Fuel Cycle Committee. President of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. Vice President at Northeast Utilities.
Freidberg. POLYBS, MS, Ph. DFormer head of the Nuclear Science and Engineering Department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering (Emeritus) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Director of MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center. Schaefer. POLYPresident of University of Arizona.
Gross, Richard. Richard Gross. POLYM. S., Ph. D. Constellation Chaired Professor of Biocatalysis and Metabolic Engineering, as well as Full Professor in the Departments of Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He developed new ways to produce environmentally friendly polymers that use less energy and toxic materials in such products as plastics. Brown. 19. 71, 1. GSASMS, Ph. DPresident of the Fashion Institute of Technology. Reines, Frederick.
Frederick Reines. GSASPh. DProfessor and chair of physics at Case Western Reserve University.
Welch, Herbert George. Herbert George Welch. POLYPresident of Ohio Wesleyan University.
Jordan , Peter G. Peter G. Jordan. POLYVice Chancellor of CUNY.
President of Tarrant County College. Dean at New York Institute of Technology. Dean at Adelphi University. Overseer for Colby College. Peterson. Law. J. D. President of Hood College. Sat on the Board of Trustees of Bryn Mawr College from 1.
Trustee Emerita of Bryn Mawr College. Finch, Jessica Garretson.
Jessica Garretson Finch. Law. J. D. Founding president of Finch College. Tagliabue, Paul. Paul Tagliabue. Law. J. D. Chairman of Board of Directors of Georgetown University. Carlin, Herbert. Herbert Carlin.
POLYDirector of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University. Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and . Mani Chandy. POLYChair of engineering and applied sciences at the California Institute of Technology. National Academy of Engineering member. Connor, Kenneth. Kenneth Connor. POLYElectrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering Department Head from 2. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
IEEE Fellow. Singer, Josef. Josef Singer. POLYPresident of Technion .
Baum. POLYCooper Union Engineering School Dean. Also served as Dean at Pratt Institute. She became the first female dean of an engineering school in the United States. Boley, Bruno A. Bruno A.
Boley. POLYDean of Engineering at Northwestern University. National Academy of Engineering member. Sorensen, Richard E. Richard E. Sorensen.
POLYDean of Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. Kingsley, John Sterling.
John Sterling Kingsley. POLYChair of Biology at Tufts University. Stein, Richard S. Richard S. Stein. POLYFounder and Professor of the Polymer Science and Engineering Department at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Member of National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Engineering.
Fulbright Visiting Professor at Kyoto University. National Research Council Fellow at Cambridge University. Research Associate at Princeton University. Greenblatt, Martha. Martha Greenblatt. POLYChair of the Chemistry Department at Rutgers University.
Lardner, Thomas J. Thomas J. Lardner.
POLYFormer head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Caltech, University of Illinois at Urbana.
Goldberg. POLYDean of the Tufts University School of Engineering; Gordon Prize winner. National Academy of Engineering member. Hotzler, Russell K. Russell K. Hotzler.
POLYPresident of New York City College of Technology. Reza, Fazlollah. Fazlollah Reza. POLYHead of Sharif University of Technology and University of Tehran; professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Mc. Gill University. Fellow of the IEEE.
Ruesterholz, Virginia P. Virginia P. Ruesterholz. POLYChairman of the Board of Trustees of Stevens Institute of Technology. Levi, Yehuda (Leo)Yehuda (Leo) Levi. POLYRector at the Jerusalem College of Technology.
Palmer, David J. David J. Palmer. POLYDepartment Head and Professor of Marine Engineering at United States Merchant Marine Academy. Professor at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and University of London. Graham. POLYChair of the Computer Science Department at University of California, Berkeley. Professor at Rice University.
Designer of the Rice Institute Computer. He also served as Secretary of the Academic Senate, University of California from 1.
National Academy of Science member. He helped develop methods of separating solid waste components. Former Dean of the School of Business, University of California, Irvine. Kouwenhoven. POLYDean of Johns Hopkins School of Engineering.
Lang, Eugene M. Eugene M. Lang. POLYChair emeritus of the Board of Swarthmore College. Anderson. POLYDean at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Noll, A. Michael Noll.
POLYDean at University of Southern California. Professor at Stanford University.
National Academy of Engineering member. Gaden, Elmer L. Elmer L.
Gaden. POLYFormer chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at Columbia University. National Academy of Engineering member.
Minehan, Cathy. Cathy Minehan. STERNMBADean of the School of Management at Simmons College. Baskin, Jack. Jack Baskin. ENGFounder of the Jack Baskin School of Engineering at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Schure, Alexander. Alexander Schure. ENGPresident of New York Institute of Technology. Gessow, Alfred. Alfred Gessow. ENGChair of the Department of Aerospace Engineering and professor at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Professor at University of Virginia. Awarded NASA Exceptional Service Medal. Bienenstock, Arthur. Arthur Bienenstock. POLYVice Provost and Dean of Research at Stanford University. Former director of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource. Seeley. POLYDean of Duke University's Edmund T.
School of Engineering. Also served as chairman of the Electrical Engineering Department at Duke University.
Professor at University of Pennsylvania. Director of the Naval Ordnance Laboratory. Lynch. President of John Jay College. Kellogg, John Harvey. John Harvey Kellogg. Founder of American Medical Missionary College. He invented breakfast cereal known as corn flakes.
Oliva , Giacomo M. Giacomo M. Oliva. STEINHARDTEd. D. Dean of the Hixson.
Dean of the College of Mass Communication at Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. Fulbright Scholar. Hellwig, Brant J. Brant J. Hellwig. Law. LL. M. Dean and Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law. Lloyd Du Brul. 19.
DENTD. D. S. Author of Sicher and Du Brul's Oral Anatomy. Fisher, Avery. Avery Fisher. ARTSB. S. Inventor of the first stereo radio- phonograph. Gentile, Caroline D. Caroline D. Gentile. M. A. Associate professor emeritus of education; physical education instructor; longest- serving faculty member of the University of Maine at Presque Isle. Kandel. 19. 55. Med.
M. D. 2. 00. 0 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Lax, Peter. Peter Lax. GSASB. A., Ph. D. Abel Prize laureate. Hellman, Martin. Martin Hellman.
ENGB. S. Invented public key cryptography. Inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Turing Award winner. Kellogg, John Harvey. John Harvey Kellogg.
Med. Co- inventor of Kellogg's cereals. Keyfitz, Barbara. Barbara Keyfitz. 19. Courant. Ph. D. Director of the Fields Institute. Korn, David. David Korn.
Courant. Ph. D. Creator of the Korn shell. Aronov, Boris. Boris Aronov. Courant. M. S., Ph. D. Computer scientist, professor at New York University Tandon School of Engineering.
Sloan Research Fellow. Soffen, Gerald. Gerald Soffen. Postdoc. Chief scientist of the Viking missions to Mars in 1.
Stolfo, Salvatore. Salvatore Stolfo.
Courant. Ph. D. Professor at Columbia University. Morawetz, Cathleen Synge. Cathleen Synge Morawetz. Ph. D. National Academy of Science. Morin, Lee. Lee Morin. White. 19. 51. ENGB. S. Air Force test pilot.
Yamasaki, Minoru. Minoru Yamasaki. 19. GSASM. A. Works include the World Trade Center. Melville, George W. George W. Melville. POLYEngineer- in- chief of the United States Navy.
Congressional Gold Medal winner. Alphonse, Gerard A. Gerard A. Alphonse. POLY2. 00. 5 president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). Sheldon, Harold Horton. Harold Horton Sheldon. POLYInvented a precision photoelectric color- scope measurement instrument, more accurate than the human eye.
Professor at University of Michigan, University of Chicago, University of Miami and NYUZinn, Ben.