Fiat Lux Redux: Ansel Adams and Clark Kerr

In The Field

The Riverside campus is surrounded by a wide variety of geological phenomena of intense interest both to scientists and practicing professional geologists.

UC Riverside Geology Professors Gordon P. Eaton and Frank W. Dickson Lead Students into Joshua Tree National Monument, December 1966

UC Riverside Geology Professors Gordon P. Eaton and Frank W. Dickson Lead Students into Joshua Tree National Monument, December 1966

From all over California and nearby states, people bring animals to the clinic at UC Davis, where their treatment is part of the clinical teaching program.

Dr. John D. Wheat Explains a Diagnosis to Graduate Students, Large Animal Clinic, UC Davis, May 1966

Dr. John D. Wheat Explains a Diagnosis to Graduate Students, Large Animal Clinic, UC Davis, May 1966

George Ledyard Stebbins (1906-2000) was the foremost authority on organic evolution. His passion for inquiring into its causes led him into developmental and biochemical genetics

A. Ledyard Stebbins, Professor of Genetics, Leads Graduate Students on a Field Trip to Compare Mutations in Oats, UC Davis.

G. Ledyard Stebbins, Professor of Genetics, Leads Graduate Students on a Field Trip to Compare Mutations in Oats, UC Davis.

Motion Pictures Department, UCLA on location.

Students from the Motion Picture Department Filming on Location, UC Los Angeles