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Queens College Nucleus, V3, N1, 1965

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Queens College Nucleus, V3, N1, 1965

Description

The journal of undergraduate scientific research at Queens College.

Subject

College student newspapers and periodicals
Queens College (New York, NY.)

Creator

Queens College (New York, NY.)

Source

StudentPublications.Box20

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.

Date

1965-04

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Language

English

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Queens College (New York, NY.)

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Nucleus
The Undergraduate Publication of Queens Collge Devoted to the Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Editor-in-Chief: Richard Karpel
Associate Editors: Lionel Nelson, Ruth Smith, Alice Jean Stoll
Business manager: Stephen Kreitzer
Cover Artwork: Mark Stein
Title Page: Elizabeth Ford
Diagrams: Robert Silver
Faculty Advisors: Dr. James E. Tobin, Dr. Martin L. Kaplan
The Task of putting together an undergraduate publication devoted to the natural sciences and mathematics is not an easy one. Most science students are continually plagued by examinations and laboratory reports, and find little time for extra-curricular work in their chosen fields of interest. Nevertheless, a few manage to do original work, while others supplement their formal courses with outside reading.

The result of some of this work is presented here. Two of the articles represent original efforts: the rest are review articles dealing with various topics of interest to science and non-science students alike. Although ideally the magazine should embrace all scientific disciplines, it was impossible to cover every field. We would direct the reader to what is present rather than to what is missing.

NUCLEUS would not have been possible without the aid of Dr. James R. Kreuzer, Associate Dean of Students; and his office staff, especially Mrs. Helen T. Hendricks and Mrs. Ann Duggan. We would also like to thanks Mr. Calvin B. Goring, Director of Publications Production; and Mrs. Ellin C. Lakritz, our typist. The advice of various teachers has been invaluable, and we would especially like to express our appreciation for the assistance of our two faculty advisors, Dr. James E. Tobin and Dr. Martin L. Kaplan. Our thanks also to our advertisers, who by their generous cooperation have helped make NUCLEUS possible.

Richard Karpel, Editor

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Queens College (New York, NY.), “Queens College Nucleus, V3, N1, 1965,” Queens College Archives and Special Collections, accessed April 27, 2018, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/queenscollege/items/show/526.