True Big Red: Professor Don Greenberg '55
Handler, Philip; Handler, Maddy
This video featuring Don Greenberg '55, Cornell's Jacob Gould Schurman Professor and creator and Director of the Program of Computer Graphics, was produced in honor of his 50th Reunion. Don's True Big Red story unfolds with his narration about his Cornell legacy; his years as an undergraduate; his forty years of Cornell teaching in Architecture, Art, and Planning, the Johnson School, and the Engineering College; his athletic prowess which continues in his 70's; his love for the life he leads overlooking Lake Cayuga. Using vintage photos, as well as comments from family, friends, classmates, colleagues, and former Cornell Presidents Corson and Rhodes, this video explains why Don Greenberg deserves to be known as a Cornell "legend."
Length of Video: 32 min
Fly on the Wall Productions
True Big Red; Donald P. Greenberg '55; Cornell Architecture; Cornell Engineering; Cornell Johnson School; Cornell Class of 1955; Cornell in Perspective; Cornell Program of Computer Graphics; Johnson School Disruptive Technology Course; Quill and Dagger; Cornell Dept Computer Science; Cornell Faculty of Computing and Information Science; Cornell Plantations hyperbolic paraboloid; Cornell Theory Center; NSF; Pixar; Sony Imageworks; computer animation; Dale Corson; Frank Rhodes; Cornell Reunion 2005; Richard Meier '56; Ernest (Ernie) Stern '56; Ed Berkowitz '56; Jay Hyman '55, DVM; Herman (Hank) Greenberg '22; Harold (Hal) Greenberg '26; David Greenberg '30; Thomas W. Mackesey; J.O. Mahoney; Cornell Iranian trip summer 1956; Audrey Greenberg '58; Tom Fridstein '73; Earl Flansburgh '53; Alan Chimacoff '63; Otto Schneider '55; Iris Marcus Greenberg '58; Steve Marshner; Fabio Pellacini; Andy Noel; Barry Schoonmaker
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