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Drugs are good, but how do they go bad?, Yejoon Seo, G4 (3937727)

Many oral delivery drugs are in the amorphous state, stabilized by an amorphous polymer. Over time, these drugs tend to "flow," resulting in significant changes to the drug product that…

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2021 Summer Fellowship Project Showcase

Carole Trévise and Nadia Cervantes Pérez will be presenting the projects they completed while serving as the chosen 2021 PCLS Summer Fellows. Carole’s project was called…

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What Made UNOW Unique For The Teachers_Victory Chase_CLIP

“And as far as I recall, it was a very happy place. The children were always happy. We all, there was some, I think there was some effort at least in the first semester shall we say, the fall…

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Lin Chou and Allison Chou full interview

Lin Chou and Alison Chou, as interviewed by Daniel Suo on August 7, 2019

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Barbara Suomi full interview

Barbara Suomi, as interviewed by Ann Vershbow on August 13, 2019.

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Mary Procter and Halcy Bohen full Interview

Beginning in the fall of 1969, Halcy Bohen, Assistant Dean of Students, and Mary Procter, Assistant to the Provost, worked together to welcome the first class of 171 undergraduate women to Princeton…

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Joan Bartl full interview

When Joan Bartl moved to Princeton in 1970, she was denied service at the Yankee Doodle Tap Room because she was a woman. Shortly after, she joined the central New Jersey Chapter of NOW. The…

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Ruth Miller full interview

Ruth Miller moved from Canada to Princeton in 1970 with her husband and young sons. Tragically, in 1972, she lost her husband. Her youngest son was just old enough to enrol at UNOW. Not only did the…

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Why was NOW interested in childcare, according to Victory Chase (audio clip)

Victory Chase explains the interest of the National Organization for Women (NOW) in the issue of child care in the 1970s. Interview by Carolyn Jones.

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David Keller full interview, July 16, 2019

David Keller interview by Carolyn Jones, July 16, 2019. In 1972 David Keller had just finished his PhD in English Literature when he began teaching at the University NOW Day Nursery. In this…

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Betty Harris full interview, Oct. 2, 2019

Betty Harris interview by Erika Gilfether, Oct. 2, 2019

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Liz Lempert full interview, Sept. 27, 2019

Liz Lempert, interviewed by Jane Manners. Sept. 27, 2019.

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Karen Comins full interview May 29, 2019

Karen Comins and Erika Gilfether sat down and talked about Karen’s long career as a preschool teacher at UNOW Day Nursery on the campus of Princeton University. Karen began working at UNOW in…

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Pat Graham full interview, May 24, 2019

Patricia Albjerg Graham, a historian of American Education, spent the 1969-1970 academic year at Princeton in an administrative role focused on hiring more women faculty. Pat came to Nassau Hall from…

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Eileen Hohmuth Lemonick full interview, May 20, 2019

Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick, an art teacher, came to Princeton in 1969 and lived in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood. Before her son was old enough to enroll at UNOW, she kept him in a cardboard box…

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Francesca Benson full Interview, May 10, 2019

By law, Francesca Benson (then Stonaker) had to stop teaching when she adopted her children. In 1969, she joined the central New Jersey Chapter of N.O.W., and was soon drawn into a committee tasked…

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