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Siegel, Robert T., 1928-2000.
Oral history interview with Robert T. Siegel, 1976 August 11.
This interview was conducted as part of the College of William and Mary Oral History Project. In 1963 Dr. Siegel was one of five physicists added to the physics department. The growth of that department in the 1960s and the accompanying developments in the Virginia Associated Research Center (VARC) and its Space Radiation Effects Laboratory were the subjecs discussed in this interview. He dicusses the growth of the sciences the the College and the state educational policies.
American physicist. D.Sc., Carnegie Technical Schools (1952). Professional experience includes: director, Space Radiation Effects Laboratory (1964-1980); professor of physics, College of William and Mary (1963-1998).
Siegel, Robert T., 1928-2000.
College of William and Mary. Department of Physics.
Virginia Associated Research Center
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College of William and Mary. Earl Gregg Swem Library. Special Collections Research Center. Williamsburg, VA 23185, USA