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Smith College. Office of Graduate and Special Programs


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Gladys Amelia Anslow papers

Identifier: CA-MS-00375
Abstract Gladys Amelia Anslow, a member of the Smith College Class of 1914 and, later, a Smith professor, was the first woman to work with the cyclotron ("atomic whirligig to smash the atom") at UC Berkeley. She worked with fellow Smith physicist Dorothy Wrinch on a "spectrochemical study of protein molecules for the eventual production of synthetic foods and drugs" under a grant from the Office of Naval Research, the first research grant of its kind at Smith College. Her papers contain photographs,...
Dates of Materials: 1914 - 1969

Graduate Work records

Identifier: CA-MS-01011

Graduate Work records include files on individuals who did graduate work at Smith and information on Smith graduate programs and non-degree programs.

Dates of Materials: 1919-2018

Office of Graduate and Special Programs records

Identifier: CA-MS-01045

The Office of Graduate and Special Programs began in 1895 as The Committee on Graduate Instruction. The collection primarily contains scholarship material (Rhodes, Fulbright and Marshall), Smith/Clarke Summer Institute for Teachers of the Deaf files, and general office files.

Dates of Materials: 1928 - 2012

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Physics -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Massachusetts -- Northampton 1
newspaper clippings 1
photographs 1
reports 1