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Reynolds Lecture Series - Dr. Mary Jo Nye

March 26, 2003
(Symposia and Conferences)

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Renowned historical researcher Dr. Mary Jo Nye spoke on ?Linus Pauling and 20th Century Scientific Revolutions? as she delivered the Herbert H. Reynolds Lecture in the History and Philosophy of Science March 25 at Baylor University. Nye is The Thomas Hart and Mary Jones Horning Professor of the Humanities, the History of Science graduate program chair and professor of history at Oregon State University.

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