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Science trend: Moving beyond industrialism • Founders' Day address: Small colleges nurture young scientists well • Physics mentor changed a life • Complex world a challenge for scientists • In government, chemist finds his niche • Ursinus helps "non standard" student bloom • Ursinus let him explore inner space • Finding the problem is scientist's hardest task • Most wanted: Insatiable curiosity • "Real" research: Practical or esoteric? • Flexibility is a matter of degree • Liberal arts education prepares minds • The way to encourage young scientists

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Ursinus College, Founders Day, liberal arts, science education, David W. Ellis, science careers


This program contains articles from presentations made on Founders' Day, November, 1985, on "An Exploration of the Role of Science in the Liberal Arts." Also includes articles written by alumni scientists and members of the Ursinus College administration.

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Science and the Liberal Arts at Ursinus College



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