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Reminiscences of Mary Ingraham Bunting : oral history, 1978.

Author: Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith; Jeannette Cheek
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Family background, education: Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn; Vassar, 1931; University of Wisconsin School of Agriculture, PhD 1934; instructor at Bennington and Goucher, 1936-37; marriage to Henry Bunting, M.D., 1937 (d.1954); research assistant in microbial genetics, 1938-40, lecturer and researcher 1948-55, Yale; instructor, Wellesley 1946; dean, Douglass College, 1955-60; balancing career and motherhood;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
Named Person: Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith; Henry Bunting
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith; Jeannette Cheek
OCLC Number: 309730352
Notes: Interviewed by Jeannette Cheek.
Description: Transcript: 282 leaves. Tape: 5 reels.

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Family background, education: Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn; Vassar, 1931; University of Wisconsin School of Agriculture, PhD 1934; instructor at Bennington and Goucher, 1936-37; marriage to Henry Bunting, M.D., 1937 (d.1954); research assistant in microbial genetics, 1938-40, lecturer and researcher 1948-55, Yale; instructor, Wellesley 1946; dean, Douglass College, 1955-60; balancing career and motherhood; American Council on Education and National Science Foundation; equal opportunities for women in education, science, medicine and government; president, Radcliffe College, 1960-72: development of Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study, undergraduate and graduate part-time study program, student activists, closing of Radcliffe Graduate School and Harvard, Radcliffe Program in Business Administration, co-ed housing, merger of Harvard-Radcliffe; member Atomic Energy Commission, 1964-65, and Population Council; development of Continuing Education Program at Princeton, 1972-75.

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