Reflections in Time: Interview with Dan Sullivan, 2002

In November of 2002, Dan Sullivan, emeritus professor of chemistry (1962-) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), was interviewed for Reflections in Time by Jack Newton, retired UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences. Dan Sullivan was born in Corning, Iowa. He received his bachelor's in education (1958) from Northwest Missouri State University. A master's in chemistry (1966) from Omaha University and his PhD in bio-chemistry and nutrition (1972) from the University of Nebraska - Medical Center. In 1997 he received the Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award in Arts & Sciences, University Teaching Award, Chancellors Medal, Nebraska Professor of the Year and the Canning Foundation Award. He created the Chemistry and Physics on Wheels (CAPOW) program to teach science to children. The UNO Chemistry Department named the Dan Sullivan Scholarship in Chemistry in his honor. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: http://youtu.be/1LbKX5ogLlQ., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:59:13
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Abstract/Description: In November of 2002, Dan Sullivan, emeritus professor of chemistry (1962-) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), was interviewed for Reflections in Time by Jack Newton, retired UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences. Dan Sullivan was born in Corning, Iowa. He received his bachelor's in education (1958) from Northwest Missouri State University. A master's in chemistry (1966) from Omaha University and his PhD in bio-chemistry and nutrition (1972) from the University of Nebraska - Medical Center. In 1997 he received the Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award in Arts & Sciences, University Teaching Award, Chancellors Medal, Nebraska Professor of the Year and the Canning Foundation Award. He created the Chemistry and Physics on Wheels (CAPOW) program to teach science to children. The UNO Chemistry Department named the Dan Sullivan Scholarship in Chemistry in his honor. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: http://youtu.be/1LbKX5ogLlQ.
Subject(s): Sullivan, Dan
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 2002

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