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Move Over, Marble: Plaster Gets Pride of Place
Mr. Lyden enlisted the architectural designer Seth Joseph Weine, an institute fellow, and John Flower, general manager of Flower Construction and an institute board member, to help turn the space into the casts’ new home.
The Strange History of Vaccines—And Why People Fear Them
A lovely young Swedish epidemiologist named Margareta Böttiger was sent by Sven Gard to track back to Mrs. X and find out her medical history. And that is when Mrs. X first learned that her cells were being used in this research.
United States Ambassador to Lesotho: Who Is Rebecca Eliza Gonzales
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Art and Culture
HANNA ROVINA Born in 1888 in Berezino, in the Minsk district of the Russian Empire in what is today Belarus, Hanna Rovina is known for cofounding Israel's Habima National Theater. Habima was first started in Russia in 1917 by Rovina and her Russian friends and colleagues. Their first performance took place in October 1918, in which Rovina played the role of a mother in a play by Sholem Asch. | Hana Rovina - Prabook |
Who Is Esmond Bradley-Martin? Leading Ivory Investigator Killed In Kenya
Bradley-Martin was born on April. 17, 1941 in New York City to Esmond Bradley and Edwina Martin. He received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arizona in 1964. He then went on to get a Doctorate in Philosophy in 1970 from the University of Liverpool.
Scientist Helped Robots Find Their Way
One challenge for the Stanford researchers was to figure out how a robot might navigate in an environment full of obstacles. Dr. Nilsson collaborated with Bertram Raphael and Dr. Hart to create what became known as the A* (pronounced “A Star”) algorithm, which allowed Shakey to find the shortest path between two points in a room strewn with obstacles.
Women in Sustainable Agriculture and Food...
Keep the Damned Women Out: The Struggle for Coeducation
American Jews with Czechoslovak Roots
Digital Storytelling in Higher Education: International...
Appearing: Mary McLeod Bethune, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., Rev. Bravid Washington Harris, Henry St. George Tucker. Bravid Washington Harris biography on Prabook.
Berkeley College Fellows & Associate Fellows
Bernard Saint-Donat, Asset Manager Charles Sanislow, Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Wesleyan University Ronald Santoni, Maria Theresa Barney Chair Emeritus of Philosophy at Denison University Pamela Schirmeister, Sr. Assoc. Dean of Yale Graduate School
Stephanie Lindemann Mood
Sources "Mood, John." Author bio. Prabook Biographical Encyclopedia.
Franklin, Harold Leroy
Author; artist; filmmaker; art director. Born– March 14, 1934, Mobile. Education– Philadelphia College of Art; graduated 1958.. Served in U.S. Army, 1958-1960. Art director for the city of Philadelphia, 1961-97; film producer, EKO Productions; freelance artist and art agent. Source: Contemporary Authors online; prabook.com
Stuart Wright Collection: Jonathan Bumas Papers
"Jonathan Mark Bumas, Artist." [Biographical Sketch] Prabook.com
Forman, James D.
Prabook, 13 December 2018 ("James Douglas Forman, lawyer; born on November 12, 1932 in Mineola, New York; AB, Princeton University, 1954; Bachelor of Laws, Columbia University, 1957; author)
Louis C. Kesselman Endowment Award
John Joseph Murray
The author of Antwerp in the Age of Plantin and Brueghel Links | Prabook
US ambassadors to Australia: A brief history
During WWII, Moffat had served as deputy alien property custodian in Manila, the Philippines, and was Washington’s principal representative at the Middle East Supply Centre at Cairo, Egypt, in 1943.