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Biology -- Study and teaching (Higher)

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Frederic Brewster Loomis (AC 1896) Papers

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Identifier: MA.00018
Abstract Dr. Frederic Brewster Loomis spent his life and career within the community of Amherst College—first as a student (class of 1896), then as a dedicated teacher and scientist. Professionally, he was a vertebrate paleontologist, and conducted expeditions across the continental United States and in Native American nations. This collection of professional papers contains correspondence, lectures, scientific articles in print and typescript, teaching materials, and research notes...
Dates: 1896 - 1938

Harold H. Plough (AC 1913), Harkness Professor of Biology, Emeritus, 1977 November 21-22

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Scope and Contents Subject coverage: Former professors and teaching spans at Amherst, Comments on Professors Frederic B. Loomis and John Mason Tyler, The college's biological facilities in early 1900s, Black Biology students at Amherst, The place of research and teaching in biological studies, Initial grant from Rockefeller Foundation in mid-1930s, Undergraduate research at the College, Development of the teaching of science at Amherst, Effects of the 1947 core curriculum, Need for investigation in teaching...
Dates: 1977 November 21-22

Oscar Schotté Biology Research Materials

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Identifier: MA.00225
Abstract

Research papers consisting of laboratory notes, tabulations and drafts of publications.

Dates: 1949-1957