Chemistry--Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Fred Basolo was an inorganic chemist who lived from 1920 – 2007. He was awarded a Ph.D. from University of Illinois, at Urbana-Champaign in 1943. In 1946, Basolo joined the Northwestern University faculty in the chemistry department. Basolo was a highly regarded faculty member and educator, served as chair of the chemistry department from 1969 through 1972 and was named the Charles and Emma Morrison Chair in the department of chemistry in 1980, and ended his career as an Emeritus Professor in...
Abstract The Myron Bender Papers include biographical information from Northwestern University, correspondence regarding nominations and inductions to the National Academy of Sciences, and manuscript materials and correspondence regarding published works.
Abstract The papers of Robert L. Burwell, Jr. (instructor in chemistry) fill twenty-nine boxes and are arranged into: biographical materials (general materials, education, administrative duties), correspondence, teaching, research and consulting, professional organizations, speeches, and publications.
Abstract The papers of Malcolm Dole (1903-1990; member of the faculty of Northwestern University's Chemistry Department) fill eleven boxes (including two slide boxes and two drop-front boxes). They span the years 1924 to 1990 and include materials from his tenures at both Northwestern and Baylor. The bulk of the papers consist of personal data, personal financial records, and materials relating to research projects. The papers are arranged in five sub-series: Biographical, Correspondence, Teaching,...
Abstract Russian chemist Vladimir Ipatieff's Papers fill twelve boxes, span the period 1867-1952, and are arranged in five major categories: personal correspondence; publications; diaries; miscellaneous manuscripts; and personal records and memorabilia. Two folders of biographical material (mainly clippings and articles about Ipatieff) precede the main body of records, while two boxes of additions follow it.
Abstract Irving M. Klotz (born 1916) taught biochemistry, biology and chemistry at Northwestern University from 1940-1986. His papers fill 76 boxes and consist largely of correspondence between Klotz and colleagues, students, and businesses, as well as a large collection of his research notes and publications.
Dates: 1937-2005; Agreement Received: 2002-10-22
Abstract Joseph Lambert joined the Northwestern University chemistry faculty in 1965, where taught until his retirement in 2010. The Joseph Lambert Papers include biographical information, subject files, student records, manuscripts, and correspondence.
Dates: 1944-2011; Other: Date acquired: 01/06/2010
Abstract The papers of Oscar Oldberg (pharmacist and educator; dean and professor of pharmacy in Northwestern University's School of Pharmacy) consist of a professional correspondence, articles written by Oldberg, lecture notes, and bound volumes of notes, as well as his academic gown and hood.
Abstract Correspondence, teaching files, speeches, legal documents, teaching manuals, technical drawings, lecture and class notes, drafts and published copies of essays of Herman Pines, Research Chemist and Coordinator of Exploratory Research at Universal Oil Products (UOP) in Chicago part-time lecturer, Assistant Research Professor, and Associate Professor of Chemistry in the Chemistry Department at Northwestern University.