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1. Beverly Stone and students Beverly Stone and students Purdue University--Faculty; Students; Fraternities & sororities Beverly Stone, an assistant Dean of Women, is adviser to the Panhellenic Council, which in December made tray favors for local hospitals. "The Council's goal is good inter-sorority relations." Scope. January...

2. Dan Jiao in front of computer Dan Jiao in front of computer Purdue University--Faculty;Engineering;Computers Purdue University Faculty. Dan Jiao, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, describes her research to develop scalable algorithms for simulations to guide the design of next-generation...

3. Dimitrios Peroulis in laboratory Dimitrios Peroulis in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Scientific equipment;Laboratories Purdue University Faculty. Dimitrios Peroulis, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, tests a "MEMS actuator," or a tiny machine with microscopic parts needed for future liquid...

4. Dr. W. Malcolm Beeson standing with Dr. R.L. Kohls, holding portrait Dr. W. Malcolm Beeson standing with Dr. R.L. Kohls, holding portrait Purdue University--Faculty;Awards;Agriculture Dr. W. Malcolm Beeson (rt) widely recognized animal scientist, was named an honorary member of the Indiana Livestock Breeders Assn. Congratulating him is Dr. R.L. Kohls.

5. Four men arching bows Four men arching bows Purdue University--Faculty;Archery Free archery instruction is given on the intramural Field east of the Varsity track between 3 and 6 pm., Monday through Friday. The archers (above) are, left to right, Prof. E.R. Honeywell, Horticulture,...

6. Gary Krutz working in workshop with students Gary Krutz working in workshop with students Purdue University--Faculty;Tires Purdue University Faculty. Gary Krutz, director of Purdue’s Electrohydraulic Center, and graduate research assistants Timu Gallien and Alyssa Brune conduct research on a "smart" tire designed to sense...

7. George H. Mayer conducting class in History of Western Though George H. Mayer conducting class in History of Western Though Purdue University--Faculty; Students; Radio broadcasting;WBAA (Radio station : West Lafayette, Ind.); Geo Mayer- Dr. Geo H. Mayer, History & Economics Dept. conducting class in "History of Western Thought" over WBAA, class is on the air

8. Glen Smith writing in notebook in corn field Glen Smith writing in notebook in corn field Purdue University--Faculty; Corn;Experiments Glen Smith-"The pedigree of each of the 500 yield trials can be traced back lots further than the average person can trace. Infinite pains in checking is necessary constantly. Every detail is tabulated...

9. Guri Johal, Steve Schofield, and Michael Zanis in laboratory Guri Johal, Steve Schofield, and Michael Zanis in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Research by this trio of Purdue and USDA-ARS scientists is the first to show that a gene in all grasses, including important grain-producing plants, stops infection by a highly...

10. Guy Lebanon working at computer Guy Lebanon working at computer Purdue University--Faculty;Computers Purdue University Faculty. Guy Lebanon, assistant professor of statistics and electrical and computer engineering, examines the results from his document browsing technology. The technology graphically...

11. J. Paul Robinson and dog climbing stairs at Ross-Ade Stadium J. Paul Robinson and dog climbing stairs at Ross-Ade Stadium Purdue University--Faculty;Climbing;Dogs;Stadiums Purdue University Faculty. Professor J. Paul Robinson climbs the stairs on the south side of Ross-Ade Stadium with his dog, Nuget, as part of his training for an upcoming trek to the top of Mount Everest....

12. John C. Smalley receiving award John C. Smalley receiving award Purdue University--Faculty;Awards; John C. Smalley-Distinguished Service Award, left, vice president for housing and food services at Purdue University, received the RHI Distinguished Service Award for his work with students in the food...

13. John DeCamp broadcasting a Boilermaker game John DeCamp broadcasting a Boilermaker game Radio broadcasting;Sports;Purdue University--Sports;DeCamp, John; F&S; At the mike for another Boilermaker broadcast is John DeCamp, flanked by Prof. George Mayer (left) and John C. Smalley, who served as spotters. May 12, 1965.

14. Kevin J. Vaughn in laboratory Kevin J. Vaughn in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Anthropology;Pottery Purdue University Faculty. Kevin J. Vaughn, an assistant professor of anthropology at Purdue, holds a pottery fragment he discovered at an excavation site in Nasca, Peru. The piece of pottery is from about...

15. Meghan McDonough rowing boat Meghan McDonough rowing boat Purdue University--Faculty;Rowing;Rowing races Purdue University Faculty. Meghan McDonough, an assistant professor of health and kinesiology, studies the quality of life for breast cancer survivors who participate in dragon boat racing. McDonough studied...

16. Michael Capano in laboratory at Purdue's Discovery Park Michael Capano in laboratory at Purdue's Discovery Park Purdue University--Faculty;Engineering Purdue University Faculty. Michael Capano, a Purdue associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, does research on graphene electronics in his laboratory at Discovery Park’s Birck Nanotechnology...

17. Mike Hasegawa in laboratory Mike Hasegawa in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Laboratories Purdue University Faculty. Mike Hasegawa discovered a process that regulates the genes in seeds that control germination and seedling development. When a peptide is attached to a particular protein in...

18. Moses C. Stevens, head and shoulders portrait Moses C. Stevens, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty Moses C. Stevens-"My age is as a lusty winter, frosty, but kindly"-1892 Debris

19. People seated at banquet table People seated at banquet table Purdue University--Faculty;Retirements;Banners; Vern Freeman, retirement. Banner in background is dated 4-23-69

20. Rabi Mohtar in front of blackboard Rabi Mohtar in front of blackboard Purdue University--Faculty;Classrooms; Purdue University Faculty. Rabi Mohtar, a professor of agricultural and biological engineering, has created several novel land-use models and leads conservation efforts around the world. He is this year’s...
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