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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
Ursinus College, Founders Day, liberal arts, science education, David W. Ellis, science careers
Akin, William E.; Ellis, David W.; DeWire, John W.; Heller, H. Craig; Simon, Robert; Stellar, James; Scott, James F.; Mauger, Bradley G.; Haas, Carol K.; Moyer, Calvin L.; Moyer, Urve; Frick, Willis G.; and Kamens, Debra, "Science and the Liberal Arts at Ursinus College" (1986). Founders’ Day Programs and Addresses. 54.
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