Reminiscences of Caryl P. Haskins : oral history, 1997
Childhood: born Schenectady, New York; secondary eduction: Albany Academy; Yale University, Ph.B., 1930; Harvard University: Ph.D., 1935; director, Haskins Laboratories, 1935-1955: founding in New York City with Franklin Cooper, electrochemistry and microbiology work; president, Carnegie Institution, 1955-1971; co-founder with Alan J. Pifer, chairperson, Haskins Committee on Board Diversity, women's role on the board; chairperson, Carnegie Board of Trustees, 1975-1980; member, National Defense Research Committee, Office of Scientific Research and Development, advising on U.S. entry into World War II; Army/Navy Scientific Advisory Policy Counselor; board member Asia Foundation; Carnegie Institute, development of proximity fuse; interest in and travel to Africa; reminiscences of colleagues.
Scientists, Endowments--Officials and employees, Haskins, Caryl P. (Caryl Parker), 1908-2001, Bush, Vannevar,‏ 1890-1974, Carnegie Corporation of New York, and Haskins Laboratories
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