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Munk, Morton


Abstract Morton Munk was a Professor and Chair (twice) of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. In retirement he holds the title of Research Professor and maintains an active research program.
Table of Contents Chapters:
1. Introduction, 0.1 - 1.26
2. Early Life/Education Background 1.26 - 5.22
3. Graduate Work, 5.22 - 9.09
4. Coming to ASU/ASU Career, 9.09 - 16.42
5. Committee Service, 16.42 - 20.06
6. ASU Early Years, 20.06 - 23.02
7. G. Homer Durham, 23.02 - 26.59
8. Building the Chemistry Department, 26.59 - 30.14
9. Collaboration with other units/Dept. Administration 30.14 - 35.20
10. Department Challenges, 35.20 - 37.46
11. Important contributions & success stories, 37.46 - 42.59
12. Linus Pauling Lecture, 42.59 - 49.15
13. How ASU has changed, 49.15 - 53.25
14. Early Computers, 53.25 - 55.39
15. Gene Drive, 55.39 - 58.20
16. Advice to Students, 58.20 - 59.28
17. Post Retirement Activities, 59.28 - 1:02.46
Created Date 2016-12-06
Contributor Krahenbuhl, Gary (Interviewer) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer)
Series Faculty, Liberal Arts and Sciences
Type Moving Image
Extent 63 minutes
Language English
Copyright
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Citation Munk, Morton. Interview 06 Dec. 2016. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents. https://respository.asu.edu/items/44774
Note John McIntosh, Videographer; Roger Carter, Audio; Linda Van Scoy, Director; David Scheatzle, Chair Video History Project.
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  Morton Munk interview, 2016
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