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1 Anderson, Isabelle T., B.S.Isabelle T. Anderson was born in Conifer, Colorado in 1905. Ms Anderson received her B.A. in English from the University of Colorado in 1927 and her B.S. in Library Sciences from the University of Illinois in 1930. Ms Anderson began her working career as Assistant Librarian at University of Colorado...Academic Medical Centers; Libraries, Medical; Universities; Utah; Librariansgroup A
2 College of Medicine Cornerstone Ceremony (1962)College of Medicine Cornerstone Ceremony 1962. Dignitaries included Leland B. Flint, chair of the medical center fund campaign; Clarence Bamberger, vice chair; Royden G. Derrick, U Board of Regents chair; David Hiner, dean of the U College of Pharmacy; Harry J. Loynd, president, Park-Davis & Co.; U ...Anniversaries and Special Events; Schools, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahHow the West Won Medicine: Chapter 1
3 College of Medicine Publicity Photo (1962)College of Medicine publicity photo of pharmacy service.Pharmacy; Pharmacy Service, Hospital; Pharmacy Technicians; Aspects, Historial
4 College of Medicine Publicity Photo (1962)College of Medicine publicity photo featuring College of Pharmacy Dean, Dr David L. Hiner.Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Aspects, Historical
5 College of Nursing Building (Architectural Drawing)Architectural rendering of College of Nursing Building (left) and College of Pharmacy Building (center) and Skaggs Hall (right) from the west elevation.Architectural Drawings; Schools, Nursing; Universities; Utah; Public Buildings; Aspects, Historical
6 Gibb, James W., Ph.D.Dr Gibb received both his B.S. (1958) and M.S. (1961) from the University of Alberta. Dr Gibb received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1965. Dr Gibb was a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institutes of Health from 1965-1967. Dr Gibb is Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology and Toxicolo...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacology; Toxicology; Research; Universities; Utahgroup G
7 Groundbreaking Shovels (2009)Ceremonial shovels used for the groundbreaking of the L.S. Skaggs Pharmacy Institute, August 11, 2009.Anniversaries and Special Events; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmaceutical Research; Universities; UtahHow the West Won Medicine: Chapter 6
8 GymnasiumOld Gymnasium housed the early Pharmacy program.Physical Education and Training; Universities; Utah Public Buildings; Gymnasiums; Aspects, Historical
9 Health Sciences Council (1986)Health Sciences Council 1986. (Top Row) Gary Hughes, Medical Center Finance Officer; John A. Reinertsen, Vice President; Cecil Samuelson, Dean School of Medicine; George Belsey, Hospital Administrator; Dave Compton, Dean College of Health; Wayne Peay, Library Director; (Bottom Row) VA Hospital Admin...Academic Medical Centers; Universities; Utah; Health Planning Councils; Hospital Administrators; Financial Management; Librarians; Academic Deans; Academic Vice PresidentsDeans
10 Health Sciences Education Building Site (2003)World War !!-era barracks south of the Eccles Library prior to their demolition to make way for the construction of the health sciences education building (2003).Facility Design and Construction; Schools, Medical; Schools, Nursing; Schools, Pharmacy; Universities; Utah
11 Health Sciences Education Building Site (2003)Demolition of the World War II-era barracks in 2003 t make way for the construction of the health sciences education building.Facility Design and Construction; Schools, Medical; Schools, Nursing; Schools, Pharmacy; Universities; Utah
12 Health Sciences Education Building Site (2003)Demolition of the World War II-era barracks in 2003 t make way for the construction of the health sciences education building.Facility Design and Construction; Schools, Medical; Schools, Nursing; Schools, Pharmacy; Universities; Utah
13 Health Sciences Education Building Site (2003)Health sciences education building site cleared of barracks (2003).Facility Design and Construction; Schools, Medical; Schools, Nursing; Schools, Pharmacy; Universities; Utah
14 Hiner, L. David, Ph.D.Dr Hiner was born in Platte, South Dakota in 1905. He received his B.S. from South Dakota State College in 1929, and his M.S. (1931) and Ph.D. (1938) from the University of Florida. Dr Hiner returned to South Dakota State where he was Instructor in pharmacy from 1931-1933, Assistant Professor 1935-3...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deansgroup H
15 Hiner, L. David, Ph.D.Dr Hiner was born in Platte, South Dakota in 1905. He received his B.S. from South Dakota State College in 1929, and his M.S. (1931) and Ph.D. (1938) from the University of Florida. Dr Hiner returned to South Dakota State where he was Instructor in pharmacy from 1931-1933, Assistant Professor 1935-3...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deansgroup H
16 Hiner, L. David, Ph.D.Dr Hiner was born in Platte, South Dakota in 1905. He received his B.S. from South Dakota State College in 1929, and his M.S. (1931) and Ph.D. (1938) from the University of Florida. Dr Hiner returned to South Dakota State where he was Instructor in pharmacy from 1931-1933, Assistant Professor 1935-3...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deansgroup H
17 Hiner, L. David, Ph.D.Dr Hiner was born in Platte, South Dakota in 1905. He received his B.S. from South Dakota State College in 1929, and his M.S. (1931) and Ph.D. (1938) from the University of Florida. Dr Hiner returned to South Dakota State where he was Instructor in pharmacy from 1931-1933, Assistant Professor 1935-3...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deansgroup H
18 Hope Fox Eccles Clinical Library (1983)The Hope Fox Eccles Clinical Library was opened in 1983 by way of a financial gift from the Spencer S. Eccles Family. The Eccles Clinical Library was a 24/7 operation that housed over 160 journals and 350 textbooks. The library offered computer information services tied to MEDLINE, copy services an...Libraries, Hospital; Libraries, Medical; Universities; Utah
19 Jean Shipman Transcript (2016)Transcript of interview with Jean P. Shipman, M.L.S. conducted on July 27, 2016. This oral history is one in a series of interviews conducted by the Office of Alumni Affairs and the Eccles Health Sciences Library to document the history of the University of Utah School of Medicine.Librarians; Libraries, Medical; Library Associations; Interview
20 L.S. Skaggs College of Pharmacy Building (Architectural Drawing)L.S. Skaggs Hall, College of Pharmacy building. Architectural rendering by Richardson & Richardson, Architects.Architectural Drawings; Schools, Pharmacy; Education, Pharmacy; Universities, Utah; Aspects, Historical
21 Mauger, John W., Ph.D.Dr Mauger was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1942. He received his B.S. from Union College in Albany, N.Y. in 1965. Dr Mauger received both his M.S (1968) and his Ph.D. in pharmaceutics in 1971 from the University of Rhode Island. Dr Mauger joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy at West Vi...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deansgroup M
22 Mauger, John W., Ph.D.Dr Mauger was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1942. He received his B.S. from Union College in Albany, N.Y. in 1965. Dr Mauger received both his M.S (1968) and his Ph.D. in pharmaceutics in 1971 from the University of Rhode Island. Dr Mauger joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy at West Vi...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Pharmacy; Schools, Pharmacy; Pharmacology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
23 McCloskey, James A., Ph.D.Dr James A. McCloskey, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy with his mass spectrometry equipment. Dr McCloskey earned his in B.S. in Chemistry from Trinity University in 1957. Dr McCloskey received his Ph.D. From MIT in 1963 and completed an NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Natio...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Schools, Pharmacy; Professional Role; Chemistry, Pharmaceutical; Mass Spectrometry; Research; Universities; Utah
24 McCloskey, James A., Ph.D. (2003)Dr James A. McCloskey, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy with his mass spectrometry equipment. Dr McCloskey earned his in B.S. in Chemistry from Trinity University in 1957. Dr McCloskey received his Ph.D. From MIT in 1963 and completed an NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Natio...Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Schools, Pharmacy; Professional Role; Chemistry, Pharmaceutical; Mass Spectrometry; Research; Universities; Utah
25 Medical CenterThe University of Utah Medical Center with the Medical Towers, College of Nursing and College of Pharmacy Buildings. Orientation is N looking S.Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, Historical
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