Dr. Arthur Few’s journal articles and other publications, including a VHS on which he collaborated; his class notes and lectures, including overhead projector transparencies, projector slides, and film; and materials regarding Martel College, including a VHS by a Martel student.
1967 - 2006
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Arthur Few was a Professor of Physics and Environmental Science at Rice University from 1970-2008. He received his PhD from Rice University in 1969. He and his wife, Joan, served as Baker College’s Masters from 1994-1999, then as the Masters of Martel College from Martel’s founding in 2000 until Dr. Few’s retirement in 2008. Dr. Few is one of the leading authorities in weather and astronomical physics. His many research projects included research regarding the acoustical properties of thunder, the global electrical current, and electrical currents at the South Pole.
Academic papers of Dr. Arthur Few, physicist at Rice University, including his journal articles and other publications, his class notes and lectures, and papers regarding Martel College at Rice University.
Materials are organized into three series:
Series I: Articles and Other Publications, 1967-2004
Series II: Class Notes and Lectures, 1972-2006
Series III: Martel College, 2000-2005
Collection was donated by Dr. Arthur Few. Delivered by Dr. Few on 4-11-08, 5-9-08, and 6-13-08.
See Few, Arthur, Information Files, Woodson Research Center.