Citations with the tag: CAMPBELL, Donald
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- Rockwell's model doc, Donald Campbell, gives his last shot and retires.
// People; 3/27/89, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p114
Reports that Dr. Donald Campbell, 83, of Stockbridge, Mass., who posed in 1958 for Norman Rockwell's painting `Before the Shot,' is retiring. Reflections of Rockwell; Posing for painting.
- AAS elects new vice president and other officers.
// Physics Today; Apr92, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p84
Announces the recent election of Donald B. Campbell, a professor of astronomy at Cornell University, to a three-year term as vice president of the American Astronomical Society. Succeeding Harvey D. Tananbaum; Other election results; More.
- US won't build military bases in Romania, Bulgaria, report.
// Regional Today;
The article reports on the statement by Donald Campbell, commander of the U.S. Army in Europe, regarding the rejection of the plans by the U.S. to build military bases in Romania and Bulgaria due to funding problems.
- Sir Donald Campbell.
// BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 11/6/2004, Vol. 329 Issue 7474, p1105
Pays tribute to Sir Donald Campbell, emeritus professor of anaesthesia University of Glasgow.
- How dry the moon?
Shanti, Menon // Discover; Jan98, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p30
Reports on investigations by Donald Campbell on whether there is ice on the moon. Features of the moon's craters; Results of a probe by the spacecraft Clementine in 1994.
Shanti, Menon // Textile Chemist & Colorist; May92, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p37
An obituary for Donald Andrews Campbell, former manager of the dye laboratory for C. H. Masland & Sons, is presented.
- Campbell's Law.
Shanti, Menon // Pacific Standard; Nov/Dec2014, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p11
The article discusses instances when Campbell's Law of a chosen metric eventually distorting and corrupting social processes it is supposed to monitor by social psychologist Donald Campbell were cited, including opponents of high-stakes testing in schools, and focus on body counts in Vietnam War.
- Salt of the earth.
Green, Evan // AutoWeek; 3/21/94, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p18
Reports on Rosco McGlashan's attempt to attain the World Land Speed Record in South Australia. Donald Campbell as the first man to play host to the World Land Speed Record attempt; Comparison of Campbell and McGlashan; Building of McGlashan's camp; Comparison of McGlashan's Aussie Invader 2 and...
- CAMPBELL, DONALD C. (DON).
Green, Evan // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal; 10/21/2014, Vol. 186 Issue 15, p1183
The article presents an obituary for physician Donald C. Campbell.
- Donald Campbell.
Green, Evan // Ceramics Monthly; Oct2002, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p12
Focuses on the exhibition of a retrospective of ceramics and photographs by artist Donald Campbell at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester. Educational attainment of Campbell; Works of Campbell; Description of the lidded jar by Campbell.
- A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS.
Green, Evan // Sports Illustrated; 11/28/1955, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p4
News briefs on sports and athletes in 1955 are presented. Donald Campbell broke the world speedboat record when he achieved a speed of 216.2 miles per hour (mph) in his jet-powered Bluebird speedster in Boulder City, Nevada. Russian athlete Galina Zybina broke the world shot put record at the...
- THE CAMPBELL IS COMING.
Lund, Mort // Sports Illustrated; 07/08/1957, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p30
The article focuses on the career of Scottish speedboat driver Donald Campbell. Campbell attempts to break his water speed record of 250 miles per hour with his boat Bluebird at the Canandaigua Lake in New York. Donald was the only child of speed record breaker Sir Malcolm Campbell, who passed...
- Head Down East.
Collins, Bentley; Campbell, Donald // Power & Motoryacht; May2014, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p51
The article presents the views of down-east inspired cruisers who originated in Maine on the true down-east style including Bentley Collins from Sabre and Back Cove Yachts and Donald Campbell from San Juan Yachts. According to Collins, working boats are used for commercial purposes. It presents...
- THE HISTORY OF THE CAR.
Collins, Bentley; Campbell, Donald // Ralph; Aug2004, p26
Presents a history of the car. Grunt of the Egyptian war chariot; Pulling power of the Model T Ford; Factory extras of Donald Campbell's Bluebird.
- THIS WEEK IN... 1960.
Excell, Jon // Engineer (00137758); 5/18/2009, Vol. 294 Issue 7772, p50
The article offers information on the design of Donald Campbell's Bluebird CN7 in Great Britain. It states that tyres are said to be one of the biggest challenges in the development of the turbine-engined vehicle. It says that a 52 inch diameter tyre gave the vehicle adequate ground clearance...
- Pared-down NASA Lewis to cut management ranks.
Prizinsky, David // Crain's Cleveland Business; 7/01/96, Vol. 17 Issue 27, p1
Reports on the streamlining of the NASA Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Aim of increasing efficiency and bringing the company's organizational chart in line with a smaller work force; Comments from Lewis director Donald Campbell; Reduction of managerial and supervisory positions.
- Seven Speed Records in a Row.
Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p8
A chapter of the book "Superfast Boats," is presented. It features Donald Campbell from England, who have set seven watercraft world speed records in a row. He first broke the water-speed record in 1955, on his Bluebird K7 hydroplane. He broke his own speed record six more times over the next 12...
- Another Record.
Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p10
A chapter of the book "Superfast Boats," is presented. It discusses the experience of boat racer Donald Campbell in trying to set a new water-speed record on January 4, 1967. Campbell, on his Bluebird hydroplane, had gone 21 miles per hour, which was faster than the old record. However, he must...
- A Tragic End.
Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p14
A chapter of the book "Superfast Boats" is presented. It discusses the accident met by boat racer Donald Campbell in trying to set a new water-speed record on January 4, 1967. His Bluebird hydroplane was going almost 300 miles per hour when it hit a rough patch of water and lifting off, doing a...
Dubowski, Mark // Caribbean Business; 4/26/2007, Vol. 35 Issue 16, p62
The article focuses on the people who will attend the "360Âº Music with a View" concert at the Bankers Club in Puerto Rico. The event is made possible to assist the fund raising initiative in the country. These people are Bankers Club president Patricia Eaves, general manager Donald Campbell...
- HINDSIGHT 1858-2008.
Dubowski, Mark // Estates Gazette; 9/13/2008, Issue 836, p170
The article looks back at the developments in real estate business in Great Britain from 1963-1965. The Trinity School of John Whitgift in Croydon, England is to move from its site, to make way for a shop and office scheme. Redevelopment of the Foundling Estate by Marchmont Properties and the...
- SPEED KING? OR JUST SON OF SPEED KING?
Rudeen, Kenneth // Sports Illustrated; 07/29/1963, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p56
The article focuses on British speed record breaker Donald Campbell. It notes that Campbell is being compared to his father, Malcolm Campbell, who is also a speed-record breaker. It claims that the younger Campbell is attempting a set a new record using the mobile Bluebird. He cites the...
- the silk soprano.
Keens, Leta // Belle; Apr/May2004, p200
Explores the apartment of interior designer and scarf maker Donald Campbell in Sydney, New South Wales. Information on the furniture used in the apartment; Fabrics that are set to be part of the 2004 collection of scarves for the Bayreuth opera festival in Germany; Experience of Campbell at the...
- Race Against Time and Tide in the Outback.
Keens, Leta // Sports Illustrated; 05/20/1963, Vol. 18 Issue 20, p20
The article focuses on the Bluebird car and boat driver Donald Campbell and his attempt to make a new land-speed record. His speed event was held near lake Eyre in the Australian outback for 10 days and was sponsored by British firms for 5.5 million dollars. Campbell seeks to break the fastest...
- Who's News.
Keens, Leta // njbiz; 3/12/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p22
The article reports on the career developments of several executives in New Jersey including Nancy McLaughlin at The Provident Bank, Awilda Nevarez at North Maple In, and Donald. F. Campbell Jr. at Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla P.C.
Keens, Leta // Time; 1/13/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p70
The article presents obituaries for several notable people worldwide including French film producer Raoul Levy, British speed seeker Donald Campbell, and Vice Premier of Yugoslavia Boris Krajger.
- Behind the Scenes at SANJUAN YACHTS.
Donaldson, Sven // Pacific Yachting; Jan2009, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p42
The article discusses the success of San Juan Yachts in boatbuilding in Anacortes, Washington. It tackles the marine industry career of the company's founders Donald Campbell and Randy McCurdy. It highlights the move of the company of securing a modern building in the industrial district...
- BLUEBIRD AND THE DEAD LAKE (Book).
Donaldson, Sven // Street Machine; Jul2003, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p8
Reviews the book "Bluebird and the Dead Lake," by Donald Campbell.
- The Plan.
Spurr, Dan // Professional Boatbuilder; Jun/Jul2007, Issue 107, p52
The article features SanJuanYachts, owned by Donald Campbell and Randy McCurdy. The owners discuss the business plan for their company and gives updates on the production and sales of their yachts. The company maintains a service crew of four individuals and takes regular care of 10 boats on the...
- Lunar ice? No dice.
Spurr, Dan // New Scientist; 10/21/2006, Vol. 192 Issue 2574, p7
The article presents information on recent findings that the lunar poles could not be filled with ice. Researchers Donald Campbell and colleagues of Cornell University ruled out the existence of thick deposits of ice, which could be an usable resource, in the moon's south pole. The researchers...
- In the tracks of Bluebird's ghost.
OLIVER, BEN // Wheels; Nov2013, p86
The article focuses on the fast British-made four-wheel drive at 650km/h by automobile racing driver Donald Campbell on Lake Eyre in South Australia. It is noted that it took 8.93 seconds for Campbell to pass through the measured mile for the second time. It is mentioned that 403.1mph, or...
- Doubt Cast on Lunar Ice.
Naeye, Robert // Sky & Telescope; Feb2007, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p18
The article focuses on a study citing difficulties in gaining access to ice deposits near the south pole of the Moon. Radar signals were bounced by Donald Campbell of Cornell University and his colleagues off the crater at the south pole using the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico. The...
- CAE VP to Chair Canadian Association.
Naeye, Robert // Business & Commercial Aviation; Nov2006, Vol. 99 Issue 5, p41
The article reports that Donald W. Campbell, executive vice president of CAE Inc., was appointed chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada. He will serve a one-year term at the helm of the Ottawa-based group, which represents the interests of 400 companies in the world's...
- Edinburgh: A Cultural and Literary History (Book).
Kasperek, Sheila // Library Journal; 2/1/2004, Vol. 129 Issue 2, p114
Reviews the book "Edinburgh: A Cultural and Literary History," by Donald Campbell.
- 300 Miles Per Hour.
Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p12
A chapter of the book "Superfast Boats" is presented. It discusses the experience of boat racer Donald Campbell in trying to set a new water-speed record on January 4, 1967. He reached almost 300 miles per hour on the way back to the starting line. However, his Bluebird hydroplane slammed over...
Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p28
A chapter of the book "Superfast Boats" is presented. It presents a timeline showing some important events in the history of superfast boats. In 1917, Garfield Arthur Woods built the first boat powered by an airplane engine, Miss Detroit III. Donald Campbell set his first world water-speed...
- Systematic reviews in social policy: to go forward, do we first need to look back?
Pearson, Mark // Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate & Practice; Nov2007, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p505
This article argues that the development of systematic review methods for social policy and practice in the UK has been inhibited in two ways. First, there has been insufficient engagement with the breadth of Donald Campbell's thought on research methods and knowledge cumulation. To this end,...
- Biographical Notes.
Pearson, Mark // Foundations of Science; Sep2003, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p315
Presents biographies of several science professors. Mark H. Bickhard; Donald T.Campbell; Eric B. Dent.
- A BRAVE CHALLENGE FAILS.
Gorey, Hays // Sports Illustrated; 09/26/1960, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p30
The article features auto racer Donald Campbell and discusses the risks of his sport. It states that in September 1960, he injured himself at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah when his car slid off its track and turned over. Campbell, a British sportsman who also races speedboats, had to be...
- EVENTS & DISCOVERIES.
Gorey, Hays // Sports Illustrated; 11/28/1955, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p13
News briefs on sports and athletes in 1955 are presented. Under the leadership of coach Bear Bryant, the Texas A&M Aggies football team surpassed expectations and dominated the Southwest Conference. The paramedics of the Air Rescue Squadron at Selfridge Air Force Base in Michigan called off...
- Bob and his marvelous monster.
Cave, Ray // Sports Illustrated; 05/15/1961, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p71
The article details how Robert Beverley Evans, a millionaire from Detroit, Michigan and vice-president of the plywood products firm Evans Products Co., built a jet boat to break the world water-speed record held by Donald Campbell of England in order to win back the trophy he created and gave to...
- EVENTS & DISCOVERIES.
Cave, Ray // Sports Illustrated; 12/07/1959, Vol. 11 Issue 23, p26
This section presents news briefs on sports events and discoveries as of December 1959. Sunday school teacher Lee Staudacher escaped injury after crashing his racing jet speed boat in an attempt to break the word speed record of 260.35 held by England's Donald Campbell. Retired printer Arthur...
- The Sock-O Look.
Cave, Ray // Time; 2/3/1975, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p72
The article offers information on the rise in sales of socks in U.S. It says that the success of knee socks was brought by the recession as women are buying snappy socks instead of a skirt. It states that sales of socks in California, where they are often considered as an fashion accessory that...
Cave, Ray // Sports Illustrated; 01/16/1967, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p7
This section offers news briefs on sports events and personalities. New Yorkers voted for statewide lottery in November 1966, in which proceeds will go to public schools. Speed boat enthusiast Donald Campbell dies in a speed boat accident on Coniston Water in England's Lake District while...
- Always in the Shadow.
Cave, Ray // Time; 1/13/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p52
The article focuses on Donald Campbell, an automobile racing driver from England, whose trial for another water-speed record in a jet-powered Bluebird hydroplane ended in a huge disaster. After the accident, rescuers located the Bluebird that was split in two, but the racer's body was still...
- Our Guns Never Got Cold.
Read, Benjamin S.; Morrow, Hugh // Saturday Evening Post; 4/7/1951, Vol. 223 Issue 41, p32
The article relates the author's experience as captain of the Battery H, a U.S. Marine Corps field-artillery outfit in North Korea. He narrates that Sergeant William H. Gallagher prepared a Thanksgiving feast for the battery. He cites that 1st Lieutenant Donald H. Campbell reported that infantry...
- Making the paper: Donald Campbell.
Campbell, Donald // Nature; 10/19/2006, Vol. 443 Issue 7113, pxv
The article presents Donald Campbell from Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. His work in search of ice at the Moon's south pole conclusively proves that there is no chance of it, contrary to the earlier belief. The article also presents that, by using the Arecibo telescope in Puerto...
- Is ice on the Moon just a mirage?
Sanderson, Katharine // Nature; 10/19/2006, Vol. 443 Issue 7113, p730
The article presents the work of astronomer Donald Campbell, and his colleagues of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, which indicates that there is no possibility of water on the moon. The Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico, has been used to send the data to the Moon, and captured the...
- “Variation and selective retention” as an evolutionary epistemology: were Donald Campbell's life histories sufficient?
Blute, Marion // Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution; 2013, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p109
Campbell's â€œevolutionary epistemologyâ€ is used more frequently to refer to extensions of Darwinism than other phrases, and his description of it as â€œvariation and selective retentionâ€ is highly cited. However, we can still ask whether it is sufficient. The evidence from...
- EYRE RAID.
NICHOLLS, JAMES // Motor; Oct2014, p106
The article focuses on Australian automobile racer Donald Campbell, who broke the Water Speed Record (WSR) seven times and has been the only man to set the WSR and Land Speed Record (LSR) in the same year. Donald's father Sir Malcolm Campbell had set the LSR nine times and the WSR four times...