areal scientis

Angela Murphy murphya at nih.gov
Wed Sep 7 17:58:29 EST 1994


In article <33u0g8$imk at news.u.washington.edu> pauld at cs.washington.edu (Paul Barton-Davis) writes:
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>From: pauld at cs.washington.edu (Paul Barton-Davis)
>Newsgroups: bionet.women-in-bio
>Subject: Re: areal scientis
>Date: 30 Aug 1994 01:03:04 GMT
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>In article <199408282013.NAA07076 at net.bio.net> MLJAP at VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU (lederman) writes:
>>Is a non-productive (research-wise) tenured full professor (male or
>>female) who is neverthless a fabulous teacher, and makes a subject so
>>exciting that people decide to major in science "not a real
>>scientist"?
>
>It seems that it would be more useful to call them a *real teacher*,
>and elevate our respect for such people, than to somehow pretend that
>the ability to discover new things is necessarily related to the task
>of stimulating and energizing a new audience.
>
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