RT Unpublished Material DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 165394165 LA English T1 Internet-First University Press collection, A1 Cooke, J. Robert,, Cooke, J. Robert., King, Kenneth M., Furry, Ronald Bay,, Kirk, Mark., LaFeber, Walter., Nesheim, Malden C., Hartmanis, Juris., Murphy, Royse P., Kass, Lee B.,, Rehkugler, Gerald Edwin,, Christy, Ralph D., Brown, Susan K., Korf, Richard P., Zaitlin, Milton,, Viands, Donald R.,, DiSalvo, Francis J., Abruña, Héctor D.,, Rhodes, Frank Harold Trevor., Love, Harry H., Moon, F. C.,, King, J. M., Scott, Norman R., Freed, Jack H., Crane, Brian., Reisner, John Henry,, Sisler, Daniel G., Call, David L.,, Internet-First University Press., International Association for Computational Mechanics., International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures., Cornell University., Cornell University., YR 1999 AB DVDs include "Hans Bethe: Celebrating 'An Exemplary Life,'" 2005; "Quantum Physics Made Relatively Simple," three lectures by Hans Bethe; "Remembering Hans Bethe"; "A Conversation with Simon Bauer," 2006; "A Conversation with W. Donald Cooke," 2006; "A Conversation with Roald Hoffmann," 2006; "A Conversation with Fred W. McLafferty," 2006; "A Conversation with Harold Scheraga," 2006; "Animal Reproduction: Reflections by Robert H. Foote," 2006; "Janus Conference on Research Library Collections," 2005; "The Internet-First University Press Archive 001, 30 Apr 05," 2005; "The Corson Symposium: Strategy for a Great Research University," 1999; and "The Legacy of Frederick G. Marcham," 2006. Also, "Final Project Report to the Atlantic Philanthropies, August 1, 2006," by J. Robert Cooke, Principal Investigator and Kenneth M. King, Project Director. "A Pioneering Department: Evolution from Rural Engineering to Biological and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, 1907-2007," by Ronald B. Furry, edited by John Marcham, 2007, with CD of volume; "In Their Own Voices: A Conversation with Howard W. Riley" (transcript of interview); "Riley-Robb Hall At Cornell University: Celebrating Its Opening," edited by J. Robert Cooke and Ronald B. Furry. "The Case for a Primary Diplomatic Relationship with China," Mark Kirk, introduced by Professor Walter LaFeber, 8 Nov. 2004; "Corson: Cornell Center for Medical Research Luncheon," 1 December 2004; "Groundbreaking: Life Sciences Technology Building," 11 March 2005. "Memorial Program in 200 Baker Laboratory, Saturday 10 November 2007, Remembering W. Donald Cook: 15 May 1918 - 20 September 2007, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University", 2008. "Cornell 1969: Key Issues Then and Now. A University Faculty Forum, 3 May 1999, Kennedy Hall;" "The 30th Anniversary of WSH Takeover" panel discussion, Memorial Room, Willard Straight Hall, 19 April 1999. "A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature. A Robert Richardson Lecture, 1 Aug 1979," DVD with selected articles from the Cornell Chronicle about Cornell research on absolute zero and superconductivity, 2008. Two DVDs relating to the William T. Keeton House Grand Opening and Dedication, Sept. 26, 2008: one with standard definition footage shot by Bob Cooke and one with high definition footage shot by Charles Walcott. Five DVDs of conference proceedings for Computation of Shell & Spatial Structures, the 6th Annual Conference of IASS-IACM (International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures - International Association for Computational Mechanics), held on the Cornell campus on 28-31 May 2008. "A Collection of Cornell Chronicle articles about James W. Spencer," 2009. "The Legacy of Dale R. Corson," printed volume and DVD, 2009. 2010 titles include "M.H. Abrams at Cornell University," printed volume and DVD, 2010. "The Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University: A History and Personal Reflections," by Malden C. Nesheim, 2010. "A Conversation with Juris Hartmanis," DVD, 2010. Memorial Service for Richard Norman White: DVD includes his CV, the statement for the annual university faculty memorial booklet, and a video recording of the memorial gathering held on May 1, 2010, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. 2011 titles include: "The Origin and History of the Internet: A Lecture by Kenneth M. King." CAPE lecture (DVD); "Evolution of Plant Breeding at Cornell University: A Centennial History, 1907-2006," by Royse P. Murphy with Lee B. Kass (book); "The Rau Plow Model Collection At Cornell Universityand the Evolution of Plow Design: A Lecture by Gerald E. Rehkugler," CAPE lecture (book and DVD); "Small is Still Beautiful: Establishing a Micro-Economics Agenda for Agribusiness Development in Africa," CAPE lecture by Ralph D. Christy; "Cornell Apple Breeding: Creating the Apples of the Future," CAPE lecture by Susan K. Brown; Simon Bauer 100th Birthday Celebration; and "A Conversation with Royse P. Murphy," interview by Donald R. Viands. CDs of scans of the "Cornell University Faculty Memorial Statements, 1868-2009" and the "Cornell University Faculty Minutes, 1868-2010" (restricted to permission of the Dean of the Faculty). 2012 titles include: "William Barlow Ware: A Service of Thanksgiving," February 5, 2012; "A Celebration of the Life of Barlow Ware". "A Conversation with Richard P. Korf," interview by Milton Zaitlin; "A Conversation with Francis J. DiSalvo, interview by Abruña, Héctor D.; "The Cornell-Nanking Story," by Harry Houser Love and John Henry Reiser (originally published 1963); "Frank H. T. Rhodes Salutes Roald Hoffmann on His 75th Birthday" (DVD); Brutsaert Parlange Symposium, May 14-15 2012 (book). "Chaos, Levitation and Sculpture; Overlapping Circles of Creativity," Francis Moon, 2012 and "Mind and Memory: Explorations of Creativity in the Arts and Sciences," originally presented in James McConkey's Course, March 4, 1996. "Dr. John M. King describes the display of Antique Veterinary Instruments," May 21, 2012. "A Conversation with Malden C. Nesheim," interview by Norman R. Scott, October 27, 2012; "Jack H. Freed," inteview by Brian Crane, November 13, 2012 (Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Oral History Project); "Daniel G. Sisler and David L. Call: Recollections of Two Friends," December 8, 2012. 2013 titles include: "Robert Coleman Richardson, June 26, 1937-February 19, 2013," (CD) and "Memorial Photo Album: Robert C. Richardson, Sage Chapel, Cornell University, 13 July, 2013.