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!