Online Biographies of UC Faculty & Administrators from 1928 to 2001

We faculty of the University of California Academic Senate have produced In Memoriam to honor our deceased colleagues. It is our hope that these memorials will convey the gifts and vitality of these men and women and serve as fitting tributes to them.

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Since 2002, this publication has been continued by the Academic Senate
Photograph courtesy of University Archives, The Bancroft Library. 13:107a Photograph courtesy of University Archives, UC Irvine, photo number PS00247 Photograph circa 1968, courtesy of University Archives, The Bancroft Library. 1900:24 Photograph by Ansel Adams for the Regents of the University of California, courtesy of University Archives, The Bancroft Library. 1800:537. Neg. No. 6-UCSD-14-11. Property of the Regents of the University of California. From the Original Collection of Fine Prints, The Centennial Project (1968). Photograph by Imogen Cunningham. Josephine Miles, 1956. Courtesy of The Bancroft Library. All Reproduction Rights Reserved by the Photographer. Photograph of Marvin Mudrick courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. Date and photographer unknown.
Benjamin Ide Wheeler, UC President (1899-1919) and Professor of Philology

"Rarely has it happened that the president of an American university has been so widely esteemed and so generally consulted as was he."
Edward Arthur Steinhaus,
Professor of Insect Pathology, UC Berkeley
Professor of Pathobiology and Founding Dean of Biological Sciences, UC Irvine

"The culmination of his lifelong aspiration to centralize research on disease in all forms of life, the Center for Pathobiology will grow as a memorial to Edward A. Steinhaus."
Willard Frank Libby, Professor of Chemistry, UC Los Angeles
Nobel Laureate

"The central theme dominating Professor Libby's life and career was the application of science to solving problems of profound social
Harold C. Urey, University Professor of Chemistry, UC San Diego
Nobel Laureate

"His work from the beginning was marked by a sure sense of what problems were important, by technical ingenuity, and by enormous energy and persistence."
Josephine Miles, University Professor of English, UC Berkeley

"Her success as a teacher of poetry is illustrated by a roll call of some of her most famous students, whose own genius, in the best cases, does not eclipse an affinity to her distinctive economy of style and subject."
Marvin Mudrick,
Professor of English and Provost of the College of Creative Studies, UC Santa Barbara

"Like the voices of his favorite authors, the voice in his writing reproduces his own living voice in an almost uncanny way. That voice is cantankerous, loving, aggressive, spiteful, charming; it abounds with energy and fierce humor."

This online resource was created by the University of California History Digital Archive (UCHDA), a division of the Center for Studies in Higher Education. UCHDA is now managed by the University Archives, The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley.


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