Joel Jacknow, in his office: an interview by Robert Miller
No.170, Joel Jacknow, interview by Robert Miller
Miller, Robert L.; Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center
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Jacknow, Joel--Interviews; Eyring, Henry, 1901-1981; Chemists--Biography; University of Utah--History
Transcript (48 pages) of interview by Robert Miller with Joel Lucknow, former student of chemist Henry Eyring, on May 9, 1987. This interview is no. 170 in the Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project, and tape no. 641
Jacknow (b. 1937), a former student of Henry Eyring, recalls his early schooling and his graduate work under Eyring at the University of Utah, 1959-1963. He discusses Eyring as a scientist, professor, and administrator, and also voices his opinion on Eyring's approach to religion and work. Interviewer: Robert Miller