A collection of letters to editors, published articles, and online comments.Further Reading Available “Letters to Editors 1983-2018”
Beware Vernal Oil Salesmen
An invited talk to Biological Engineers urging their involvement in the critical education and awareness of the public and the media.
Letter urging Univ. of Utah to reconsider accepting Koch $$ for a Quantitative Economics Institute.
Plenary invited talk at Institute for Biological Engineering national meeting urging all attendees to get involved in public and media education and in the political process.
Letter in response to Salt Lake Valley growth mania.
Letter to Utah rural paper serving coal mining region arguing state should be providing services to those impacted by the diminishment and demise of coal.
Written testimony to Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public input session on coal leasing in Utah.
statechange.us is the book’s website
Presentation to high school journalism class on investigative and critical reporting.
Presentation at The Leonardo on da Vinci.
A history of the genesis, development, and implementation of The Leonardo, up to 2011.
Talk to an environmental economics class taught by Prof. Hans Ehrbar
Run for US House, Utah District 2: Forms, media, documents, even sample ballots.
A summary of the Visual Values Project in 2011, providing a visual, graphical means to assess and evaluate the values of individuals, especially political candidates, using a multi-factorial approach and Rose Plots. Each value is estimated on a 1–9 scale, resulting in a 12-value pattern.
Worksheets, Instructions for Visual Values Project estimates and plots.
ASTC-Assoc. Science Tech Centers annual conference talk on flexible, portable, mobile exhibit design and development.
“Fueling Sustainable Futures (FSF): Pathways to Foster Awareness, Understanding and Action” project proposal to the US Department of Energy
“Visualizing Multi-Analytical Clinical Chemistry Data via Simple Patterns”
“Review of Designing an Information Processing Ware for a Diabetic Chip”
“Visualizing Multi-Analytical Clinical Diagnostic Data via Simple Patterns”
Society for Risk Analysis talk on risk, chance, decision exhibits, activities for science centers.
“Public Adventures in Diabetes: Personal Activity in a Modern Science Center”
Talk at Univ. of Uppsala, Sweden on science education for the general public.
Two small student support proposals on ChemChips related to dialysis patient care.
This grant was written largely by Dan Bartholomeusz and was finally funded as an NIH R21, followed by R33. This was the final major grant of my career.
Explore! was a semi-regular newsletter distributed to teachers throughout Utah by the U of Utah’s then Center for Integrated Science Education (CISE).
Seminar at Winona, MN on Biological Engineering Education.
A 40 chapter, 40 half-hour videos general, integrated science course.
Also find the Science Without Walls Videos on YouTube.Further Reading Available “Science without Walls: Science in YOUR World”
Proposal for “Science Within You: An Interdisciplinary Video Course for Non-Science Majors”
Textbook for Science without Walls – Science in YOUR World telecourse.
Also find the Science Without Walls Videos on YouTube.
Using Science without Walls videos in a prison, jail environment; presentation Correctional Education Assoc meeting 7-12-1998
NSF Bioengineering Educational Technology Engineering Research Center competition.
CRHCT is Cost-Reducing Health Care Technologies – a joint initiative of the National Science Foundation and the Whitaker Foundation.
Spotlight was the Dept of Bioengineering Newsletter from 1988-90; plus two memos
Deseret News feature story by Elaine Jarvik on Science without Walls 9-1996
PSI is Protein Solutions, Inc, a U of Utah spin-off company. PSI no longer exists.
CISE conducted many teacher inservice courses and workshops from 1991-95 on Integrated Science Concepts, Hands-On Bioluminescence, and public Lectures.
The Center for Integrated Science Education sponsored a range of contests encouraging science and news writing and bioluminescence in Utah from 1991-95
Leoinard Shlain’s magnificent Art and Physics helped form the vision and basis for The Leonardo. Segments of his talk were included in Science without Walls TV course.
American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) held its second annual conference in the NAS Building, Washington D.C., March, 1993. The proceedings were recorded and edited by Andrade, the Program Chair, and published by U Utah Press in 1994, 244 pp.
Project proposal to analyze hair, urine, saliva, tears for 40 elements using ICP-mass spectrometry and other tools.
The Center for Biopolymers at Interfaces, one of Utah’s State Centers of Excellence, published quarterly newsletters. This one is from Spring, 1993; Karin Caldwell, Director.
TCMU is The Children’s Museum of Utah, the partner institution.
Night Walk was a science activity and exhibit proposal with the Childrens’ Museum of Utah, Protein Solutions Inc., and CISE. It was not funded, but sparked other activities and interests. About 1992.
For the course Materials Science in Pharmacy, taught in the Dept. of Pharmaceutics, College of Pharmacy.
A report to State of Utah on opportunity for development of a science education industry. Mary McDonald, CISE
Critical Science Communications – Separating Fact from Fantasy – was a special one time course, stimulated by the U Utah’s Cold Fusion spectacle. It also relates to science in society and critical thinking.
STS is NSF’s Science-Technology-Society program. This unfunded project targeted Journalism, Advertising, and Law majors.
Andrade briefly fantasied becoming a University President and applied for several national positions.
Andrade served as Dean of Engineering, U Utah, from Summer 1983 thru Fall, 1987. He resigned in Spring 1987, feeling that a new face and voice would better assist the College in its new goals and objectives.
U Utah College of Engineering began a newsletter for alumni, faculty, students, sponsors in 1984.
Collected quotations from University Presidents and related leaders.
The UU College of Engineering established its first Industrial Affiliates program starting in 1984-85.
The U Utah College of Engineering, with Andrade as its new Dean, published its first Faculty Research Directory in 1984.
Andrade actively sought appointment as Dean of Engineering in 1983. He was appointed Dean Spring, 1983 by VP Cedric Davern and then President David Gardner.
NATO US-Germany collaborative proposal with Helmut Ringsdorf, Univ. of Mainz, led to student exchanges, joint publications.
Date, Location of Workshop, Course ??
Brochure for Surface Analysis Laboratory
Applying to the Engineering School Deanship at San José State University
Principles of Histology; course notes for Biomaterials
Notes for the orthopedic materials and devices portion of the Intro to Biomaterials course taught in the 70s and early 80s
Andrade’s PhD dissertation, U of Denver, 1969
Leo Vroman’s remarkable little book Blood, 1967, inspired much of my career. We were fortunate to have him as a consultant on the NHLBI contract at the U Denver. He suggested immobilized albumin as a likely coagulation-resistant surface.
A lab I TA’ed with Dennis Olsen.
My first grant was written and funded as a graduate student at the U of Denver. This Contractor’s Report was authored with my PhD Supervisor, Dr. Paul Predecki.
The second (1965) completely revised Tower List written , edited, published by the SJSU Honor Society, Tau Delta Phi, built on the pioneering initial 1964 version
The Tower List was one of the first individual faculty evaluations by students. It generated substantial criticism and accolades.
Bogosian’s Philosophy of Personal Values class was a real eye- and brain-opener for me in Spring, 1965.
Publication of the Tower List generated public and college-university interest nation-wide. This mimeographed form letter aided in the response to those inquiries.
The Tower SJSU Faculty Magazine debate on the Tower List Fall, 1964
This lab course and group was incredibly valuable. Dennis Olsen became a life-long good friend. Neil Beckley was an interesting roommate, together with Tom Hogan and Igor Skaredoff.
High school science fair project – Frazer’s Physics class, Armstrong’s Advanced Chem class, 1995
Student Body President in Senior Year – ‘Experience’, ‘Advice’ Paper
1959 High School Science Fair Project
US History paper – a Democrat from the beginning!
High School Journalism paper. I almost majored later in Journalism-English. Photography was my major hobby.
Ken Brown was a high school soulmate, together with Igor Skaredoff, with interests in writing and philosophy.
Unfortunately we did not stay in touch after high school. Igor and I continue to be in touch.
Ken and his friend self-published this little book. I include it here to be sure it is included somewhere!