Don Kaplan - his legacy: Influencing teaching and research
Hirsch, Ann M. , DeMason, Darleen .
Don Kaplan – his legacy: influencing teaching and research.
This symposium was organized to honor and celebrate the career of Dr. Donald R. Kaplan in conjunction with his retirement.Don Kaplan has been a faculty member at UC Berkeley since 1968. During this time period, he has enjoyed a productive and influential career in research and teaching. His achievements have been recognized by numerous awards including the Alexander von Humboldt Distinguished Senior U.S. Scientist Award, a BSA Merit Award, the Pelton Award, and the UC Berkeley Distinguished Teaching Award. Don Kaplan has focused his research and teaching interests on fundamental structural and developmental commonalities that underlie plant form across major taxa. His scientific repertoire spans the algae, bryophytes, ferns, gymnosperms, and angiosperms. This symposium consists of talks given by his former students and collaborators. The breadth of topics, disciplines, and approaches reflect the extent of Don Kaplan’s influence on teaching and research in the botanical community. This symposium is sponsored by the Developmental and Structural Section and the Teaching Section.
1 - UCLA, Dept. of MCD Biology and Mol Biol Institute, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90095-1606, USA
2 - University of California, Botany and Plant Sciences, Riverside, California, 92521
teaching of botany
comparative plant morphology.
Presentation Type: Symposium
Location: Ballroom 2 (Cliff Lodge)
Date: Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004
Time: 8:00 AM