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Martin Shetlar, PhD, SOP faculty member, 1972
UCSF Archives and Special Collections
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UC San Francisco, Library, Special Collections
Day (Robert L.) Collection
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Scope/Content: Martin Shetlar, PhD, department of pharmaceutical chemistry faculty member, 1972, is standing in a lab holding a piece of lab equipment. Martin Shetlar, taught in SOP physical chemistry, quantum chemistry, and chemical kinetics courses. Physical chemistry courses are not often remembered fondly by students, primarily because they are heavily steeped in complex, abstract mathematical theory and formula. The same usually holds true for the instructors of these courses. Not so of Marty. His students hold him in such high esteem that they have awarded him 3 SOP Long Prizes for Excellence in Teaching. He has also received the UCSF Campus Distinction in Teaching Award.
MSS2011_23_slides_SOP Faculty_Presentation_1972_img042.jpg
University of California, San Francisco. School of Pharmacy. Faculty
School of Pharmacy
SOP Faculty Presentation 1972
day collection
UCSF Collection MSS 2011-23
UCSF School of Pharmacy

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