This collection is intended to bring together in one place materials dealing with the work and legacy of Dale R. Corson, Cornell's 8th President, both new materials and those published in other collections in eCommons.

Included here are:

  • The Corson Symposium: Strategy for a Great Research University
  • Corson: Cornell Center for Material Research Luncheon
  • The Legacy of Dale R. Corson

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Recent Submissions

  • A Conversation by Three Arecibo Observatory Pioneers: William E. Gordon, Dale R. Corson and William McGuire 

    Gordon, William E.; Corson, Dale R.; McGuire, William "Bill" (Internet-First University Press, 2015-09-04)
    Three pioneers discuss the beginning of the Arecibo Observatory.
  • A Conversation with Dale R. Corson 

    Craft, Harold D., Jr.; Corson, Dale R. (Internet-First University Press, 2011-11-01)
    Interview of Dale R. Corson conducted by Harold D. Craft, Jr., former directory of the Arecibo Observatory (1973-1981) on Nov. 1, 2011.
  • The Legacy of Dale Corson Slideshow 

    Cooke, J. Robert (producer) (Internet-First University Press, 2009)
    This slide show produced by J. Robert Cooke with assistance of Dale Corson (1 Aug 2009). It has been constructed entirely from resources used in The Corson Legacy (book and DVDs). This video was created to be used in ...
  • The Legacy of Dale R. Corson (Supplement One) 

    Cooke, J. Robert (producer); Corson, Dale R. (Internet-First University Press, 2009-07)
    This supplementary collection is an on-going effort to expand the initial book, The Legacy of Dale R. Corson. This supplement will be expanded from time-to-time ? breaking the usual limitation of a single definitive ...
  • Hall of Fame Induction, Cornell Center for Materials Research 

    Ashcroft, Neil W.; Corson, Dale R. (2009-07-22)
    This is a companion piece to the Book: "The Legacy of Dale R. Corson". These audio files are from Dale Corson's induction to the Hall of Fame of the Cornell Center for Materials Research from December 1999.

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