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Millikin Academic Genealogy

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Family trees are used to track the line of descent from parent to child, and they aid in learning about one’s history and lineage. Similarly, academic genealogies help learn one’s history and lineage, but, in contrast, they track the line of intellectual succession from teacher to student. By connecting students to their advisors, we can see how research and information has been passed from generation to generation. Moreover, through chemistry genealogy we can see how chemistry is a scientific community and how each scientist is connected. Likewise universities have a history of professors who have influenced their institution and students as well as the scientific community. Researching the academic genealogy of a university's professors connects that particular university to the scientific community and to a community of influential institutions on the field.

 

 

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