Academic Career

Some articles on academic career, academic, academics:

John Archibald Wheeler - Biography
... Wheeler started his academic career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1935 and in 1938 moved to Princeton University where he remained until 1976 ... Theoretical Physics at the University of Texas from 1976 to 1986, when he retired from academic work ... during World War II, Wheeler interrupted his academic career to participate in the development of the atomic bomb during the Manhattan Project, working ...
Philip D. Curtin - Biography - Academic Career
... of African languages and literature in 1956, as part of one of the first academic African studies programs established at a college in the United States ... Senegalese academics criticized Curtin's position, stating that he was guilty of "stealing their history" ...

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