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    • A.I. from the Origins Up to Today 

      Foote, Robert H. (Internet-First University Press, 1999)
      This review of artificial insemination (AI) includes the discoveries and applications from 1677 until 1999. Emphasis is on domestic animals, documented by a selected list of 352 references. Use of AI with multiple ...
    • Advocacy and Interventions: Readings in Communication and Development 

      Colle, Royal D. (Internet-First University Press, 2007)
      As the 21st century rolled out, communication in relation to development became more prominent in the international community. Efforts to reach the Millennium Development Goals sharpened our attention on communication with ...
    • Agricultural Economics at Cornell: A History, 1900-1990 

      Stanton, Bernard F. ("Bud") (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University, 2001)
      This 292-page picture-filled book, first-ever history of the department chronicles the major contributions made by its faculty and students to research, teaching, and extension in the field of agricultural economics during ...
    • Agricultural Economics to the Dyson School: A Personal Experience 

      Tomek, William (Bill) G. (The Internet-First University Press, 2017-03-07)
      This prominent econometrician recounts his journey at Cornell, dealing with The Early Years, The Middle Years, his role as Department Chair, Achieving Faculty Diversity, The Later Years, and Other Cornell Experiences. He ...
    • Agronomy at Cornell 

      Cline, Marlin G. (The Internet-First University Press. ©2016 Cornell University, 2016-07-12)
      The account which follows focuses on the subject matter within the Department of Agronomy as of 1980, namely soils, production of field crops other than vegetables and fruit, and atmospheric science. That combination is ...
    • All in a Grain of Rice 

      Castillo, Gelia T. (1975)
      Dr. Gelia Castillo is one of the many outstanding persons in the mid 20th century history of Cornell and The Philippines. She earned the Ph.D degree in Rural Sociology at Cornell in the1960s and has since become internationally ...
    • The American University: National Treasure or Endangered Species? 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (editor) (Cornell University Press, 1997)
      OVER THE PAST DECADE, America’s research universities have been accused, with increasing frequency and passion, of a wide variety of sins. Universities do not devote enough attention to undergraduate education, the charge ...
    • Analytical Elements of Mechanics, Volume 1 

      Kane, Thomas R. (Academic Press, 1959)
      This book is the first of two volumes for use in courses in classical mechanics in which students are taught to solve physically meaningful problems arising in a variety of fields. The content and format are based on the ...
    • Analytical Elements of Mechanics, Volume 2: Dynamics 

      Kane, Thomas R. (Academic Press, 1961)
      This book is the second of two volumes intended for use in courses in classical mechanics. This volume deals with dynamics. The symbolic language used is vector analysis. More than 100 illustrative examples and problems ...
    • Animal Husbandry at Cornell: A History and Record of Development from 1868 to 1963 

      Turk, Kenneth (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University, 1987)
      Animal husbandry at Cornell is as old as the university itself. It is hoped that those that study this early history will grasp the significance of the evolutionary growth and development of the College's functions in ...
    • Animal Science at Cornell University 1963 - 2000: Observations and Reflections of an Insider 

      Elliot, John Murray (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University, 2001)
      This is an update to the 1987 book by Kenneth L. Turk, Animal Husbandry at Cornell University: A History and Record of Development from 1868 to 1963 prepared by a retired (1991), succeeding Department Chair, J. Murray ...
    • Applications, Basics, and Computing of Exploratory Data Analysis 

      Velleman, Paul F.; Hoaglin, David C. (Duxbury Press, 1981)
      This book provides an introduction to the methods of exploratory data analysis as originally developed by John Tukey. For each of nine methods it discusses and illustrates the methods, provides background derivations and ...
    • Artificial Insemination to Cloning: Tracing 50 years of Research 

      Foote, Robert H. (Internet-First University Press, 1998)
      Tremendous changes in reproductive biotechnologies of animals and humans have occurred during the past 50 years, more than occurred in the previous millenium. The book is prefaced with a short chapter emphasizing what ...
    • As I Remember How It Was (Autobiography of Sam Leonard) 

      Leonard, Samuel L. (Internet-First University Press, 1990-05)
      This is an account of a remarkable endocrinologist and a fun-loving, ethical human being. The autobiography combines serious accounts of research with the joys of living, both avidly pursued by Samuel L. Leonard. The ...
    • Beliefs: Eight Essays and Nine Rules to Live By 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (2006-08-15)
      This book contains seven numbered essays that F. G. Marcham shared most often with friends and others, and an eighth, unnumbered essay on nature, delivered at Cornell's Adult University. He also prepared a list of nine ...
    • Biography of Sydney Asdell 

      Foote, Robert H.; Butler, W. Ronald (Internet-First University Press, 2006)
      Dr. Sydney A. Asdell was the first Ph.D. student of F.H.A. Marshall at Cambridge University. Dr. Asdell had an encyclopedic memory. This served him well in teaching and research, and especially in compiling and organizing ...
    • Birth Control Pill Pioneer Turns 100 

      Leonard, Samuel L. (Internet-First University Press, 2005-12-15)
      This is a slide show [and PDF] of an interview with Sam Leonard conducted on his birthday, November 26, 2005. The conversation with friends was spirited as Sam recounted that in 1931, at 26 years of age, he published two ...
    • Book: The Legacy of Dale R. Corson 

      Cooke, J. Robert (Producer) (Internet-First University Press, 2009)
      This book captures some significant markers in the life and times of Dale Raymond Corson and his imprint upon Cornell University. His is a unique and remarkable journey. This story is told through three videos -1) "Dale ...
    • Born to Live and Living to Learn: Autobiography of a Farm Boy, Soldier, Parent and Educator 

      Foote, Robert H. (Internet-First University Press, 2003)
      The title of the book gives a synopsis of Robert Foote's life. On page 157 a list of 64 Thank You slides tells the story of a fine dairy farm family life in the depression, University of Connecticut classmates, and on to ...
    • A Brief Photo Essay of My Family and Life: The First 81 years 

      Foote, Robert H. (Internet-First University Press, 2004)
      This booklet was prepared to provide a pictorial story of Rober Foote's family and life and give personal glimpses not possible to convey in the autobiography "Born to Live and Living to Learn: Autobiography of a Farm ...