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Glass, Bentley (1906-2005)

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Glass, Hiram Bentley
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(par souci de protection des données à caractère personnel, le jour et le mois de naissance ne sont pas affichés)
Langue d'expression : Anglais
Pays : Etats-Unis
Date de naissance :    1906
Date de mort :    16 /  01 /  2005
Genre : Masculin


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Généticien, pédagogue, (universités : John Hopkins puis Stony Brook )


A symposium on inorganic nitrogen metabolism/The Johns Hopkins university, Baltimore,Md.

Information trouvée : Prénoms Hiram Bentley, Département de biologie-The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (1956)

Internet, alt.obituaries, 2005-01-23

Information trouvée : Renowned Geneticist and Former Stony Brook Vice President, H. Bentley Glass, Ph.D., who rose from high school biology teacher to distinguished geneticist and a former Vice President at Stony Brook University during its earliest years, died Sunday, January 16 ... in Boulder, Colo. Dr. Glass, a former resident of Port Jefferson Station, was named the university's first Academic Vice President and Professor of Biological Sciences by then-President John S. Toll in 1965 and served in those positions until 1971. According to a history of Stony Brook published by the University, Glass was one of the first distinguished professors ever recruited to Stony Brook, then still a fledgling institution. He was regarded as one of the foremost authorities on genetics and had previously taught at Johns Hopkins, where he maintained professional associations with key figures in the biomedical fields. The son of missionary parents, Dr. Glass was born in China in 1906 and largely remained in there until he attended Decatur Baptist College in Decatur, Texas. He later graduated from Baylor University, taught high school biology in tiny Timpson, Texas (pop.1,200), and then went to the University of Texas on a graduate fellowship to conduct research in genetics. He taught at Stephens College in Missouri and at Goucher College in Maryland before joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins. From 1959-65, he chaired the national Biological Science Curriculum Study, which transformed the instruction of biological sciences and laboratory programs in high schools throughout the U.S.

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