2 edition of History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, 1846-1922 found in the catalog.
History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, 1846-1922
Russell Henry Chittenden
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History of the Sheffield Scientific Schoolof Yale University, – By Prof. Russell H. Chittenden. Vol. ix + + 36 plates. Vol. History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, New Haven, Yale University Press; London, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Chittenden, R.H.
(Russell Henry), History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, For further information see History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, by Russell H.
Chittenden (New Haven: Yale University Press, ). Yale establishes professorships of Agricultural Chemistry and Applied Chemistry "for the purpose of giving instruction to graduates and others not members of the.
History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, Reuben A. Holden. Yale: A Pictorial History. Brooks Mather Kelley. Yale: A History. William Lathrop Kingsley, editor Yale College, A Sketch of Its History, with Notices of Its Several Departments, Instructors, and Benefactors, Together with Some Account of Student Life.
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During the reorganization of the educational structure of Yale University, the three years "select" course at Sheffield Scientific School was eliminated and a four year course of study for those studying "professional science" and "engineering" was approved, while graduate courses were transferred to the Graduate School, leaving only.
Sheffield Scientific School was founded in as a school of Yale College in New Haven, Connecticut for instruction in science and engineering. Originally named the Yale Scientific School, it was renamed in in honor of Joseph E.
Sheffield, a railroad school was incorporated in The Sheffield Scientific School helped establish the model for the transition of U.S. SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLSHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL originated in two professorships established by Yale College in agricultural chemistry (John Pitkin Norton) and practical chemistry (Benjamin Silliman Jr.).
As the School of Applied Chemistry, it opened in under Yale's new Department of Philosophy and the Arts. Silliman left in ; Norton, carrying the school alone, died in.
George P. Fisher, Life of Benjamin Silliman (2 vols., ), is useful primarily for its verbatim quotations from reminiscences, diaries, and correspondence. For Silliman's part in establishing the teaching of science at Yale see Russell H. Chittenden, History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, (2 vols., ).
Chittenden, Russell Henry. History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, New Haven: Yale University Press; London: Oxford University Press. Creese, M. Ladies in the Laboratory?: American and British Women in Science, A Survey of their Contributions to Research.
Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. 94 Russell Henry Chittenden, A History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), 2: 95 Welch, 96 Chittenden, 2: 97 Ruth Ryley Selden, "Henry Bacon and his Work at Wesleyan University," (M.A.
thesis, University of Virginia, ), 98 Welch, Russell Henry Chittenden, History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, (New Haven, Conn., ), ; George W. Cullum, Biographical Register of the Officers and Graduates of the U.
Military Academy at West Point. History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, In two volumes Chittenden, Russell Henry / Yale University Press Yale University Press, ; limited to sets signed by the author; 2 vols., pp., frontispieces, plates; original quarter leather & blue cloth covered boards, t.e.g., edges rubbed, spines.
History of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, RUSSELL H1. CHITTENDEN. Two volumes. $ New Haven, The author was director of the Sheffield Scientific School from toand professor of physiolog-ical chemistry from to His account of the founding and development of Yale's.
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The Chandler Scientific Department was the product of Abiel Chandler's will, which instructed that a school be founded for instruction 'in the practical and useful arts of life.'  Similar schools had been springing up elsewhere, most notably the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale and the Lawrence Scientific School at Harvard, both.
Bruce, Robert V., The launching of modern American science – (Ithaca, ), For accounts of the Lazzaroni, see ibid., – 39, and Miller, Lillian, Voss, Frederick, and Hussey, Jeanette, The Lazzaroni: Science and scientists in mid-nineteenth century America (Washington, D.C., ).James, Ann Mary, Elites in conflict: The antebellum clash over the Dudley Observatory.
anship (retaining his Sheffield post) in after the Corpora-tion failed to provide for reforms. "Without a much better with gratitude of Russell H. Chittenden, History of the Shefield Scientific School of Yale University, (New Haven, ), it is a chronology and.
Herrán’s protégé, like many of the other science students in Providence, immediately followed them to New Haven. 23 AfterYale’s scientific school was the institution General Herrán most favored, sending four of his wards there before Yale undeniably was a good choice in these years.
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