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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of educational relations.
Opportunities for a career in scientific research.
Washington, D.C., 1927
|All Authors / Contributors:||National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Educational Relations.|
|Notes:||Each article has special t.p. and separate pagination. They have been previously issued separately.|
|Description:|| pages diagram 23 cm|
|Contents:||Open letter to college seniors, by C.E. Seashore.--Agricultural research as a career, by E.D. Ball.--Anthropology as a career, by C. Wissler.--
A research career in astronomy, by P.W. Merrill.--Botanical research as a career, by J.M. Coulter.--The field for chemists, by W.D. Bancroft.--Engineering research as a career, by A.A. Potter.--Forestry as a career, by H.S. Graves.--Geology as a career, by J.F. Kemp.--Industrial research as its opportunities, by J. Mills.--Mathematics as a career, by C.J. Keyser.--Research in the medical sciences, by F.P. Gay.--Physics as a career, by G.W. Stewart.--Psychology as a career, by C.E. Seashore, R. Dodge, E.L. Thorndike, S.I. Franz, and W.V. Bingham.--The research career in public health, by D.L. Edsall.--Zoological research as a career, by C.E. McClung.
|Responsibility:||issued by the Division of Educational Relations of the National Research Council.|