A zest for teaching

Borg, Ethan S.
October 1993
U.S. News & World Report;10/4/93, Vol. 115 Issue 13, p114
Profiles biologist Paul Ewald, one of the most popular professors at Amherst College, ranked No. 1 among national liberal arts colleges in a `U.S. News' survey. His zest for teaching and ability to make biology understandable which has drawn many nonscience majors to his classes; Teaching career; Interest in AIDS; Publication of his book `Evolution of Infectious Disease.'


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