Smith College. Clark Science Center
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the research insterests, professional career and personal life of Caroline Heminway Kierstead, a professor of geology at Smith College. Materials include correspondence, publications, diaries, and photographs.
In 1967, all of Smith’s science departments were brought together in the Clark Science Center, a series of buildings that includes McConnell Hall. McConnell underwent rennovations in 2005.These records include materials related to student organizations, conferences, the Animal Care Facility, long-range planning, Westinghouse Science Talent Search, expansion and renovation of the Clark Science Center, women and other underrepresented groups in science and various physical plant matters.
George Warren de Villafranca was born in 1923 and became a professor of Zoology at Smith College. The collection contains publications, research, grant applications, photographs, news clippings, and correspondence documenting his professional life, and graduate theses of his students.
Contains correspondence, brochures, photographs, and news clippings from the papers of Jean S. Wilson, Professor of History 1927-1968.
Jeanne Powell was a professor of Biological Sciences at Smith College from 1967 to 1996. Her papers contain work in the study and teaching of biology during these 30 years. A majority of the material consist of research notebooks, grant files, and cell photographs mostly pertaining to her study of the causes and effects of muscular dystrophy.
Stuart Rosenfeld was a Professor of Chemistry at Smith College from the 1970's through the 1990's. His papers contain his work in the department, including Orientation Task Force material, correspondence, workshop files, meeting notes, research subject files, video cassettes, and sabbatical (India), Fulbright, SOAR (Society Organized Against Racism), Sigma Xi, and department files. Also included are students records, grade books, and letters of recommendation, all of which are CLOSED.
This collection contains material relating to the 2001 "Harriman Expedition Retraced: A Century of Change" project designed and executed by Thomas Litwin, Ph.D, who taught biology and environmental conservation at Smith College from 1989 to 2013. The project recreated railway magnate Edward Henry Harriman’s 1899 scientific expedition to Alaska.
- Women in STEM 2
- Women in higher education 2
- correspondence 2
- grants 2
- Alaska, United States 1
- Biology--Fieldwork 1
- Education, Higher 1
- Electronic records 1
- Geology 1
- Geology -- Study and teaching 1
- Geology -- Study and teaching (Higher) 1
- Micropaleontology 1
- Nature conservation 1
- Research 1
- Science 1
- Slides 1
- United States -- Intellectual life 1
- Women Geologists 1
- Zoology -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Massachusetts -- Northampton 1
- administrative records 1 + ∧ less