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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: News clippings, reports, and press releases, 1998-2001

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Neal Lane papers, 1964-2002

Part 1 of 3: Series I: News clippings, reports, and press releases, 1998-2001 (Boxes 1-12)



Collection Summary

Creator:Lane, Neal F.
Title:Neal Lane papers
Dates:circa 1980-2000
Abstract:Professional papers of Dr. Neal Lane from Lane’s time as a professor and administrator at Rice University, as well as his time as Director of the National Science Foundation. Also included are papers from Lane’s time in the White House working as the director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Identification:MS 502, part 1 of 3
Quantity:115 cu. ft. (89 boxes)
Language: Materials are in English
Repository:Woodson Research Center,  Fondren Library, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical Sketch

Neal F. Lane is Senior Fellow in Science and Technology Policy at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy. He is also the Malcolm Gillis University Professor at Rice University and professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Prior to returning to Rice University, Lane served in the federal government as assistant to the president for science and technology and director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), from August 1998 to January 2001, and as director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and member (ex officio) of the National Science Board, from October 1993 to August 1998. Before his post with NSF, Lane was provost and professor of physics at Rice University in Houston, a position he had held since 1986. He first came to Rice in 1966, when he joined the department of physics as an assistant professor. In 1972, he became professor of physics and space physics and astronomy. He left Rice from mid-1984 to 1986 to serve as chancellor of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. In addition, from 1979 to 1980, while on leave from Rice, he worked at the NSF as director of the Division of Physics. Lane received his PhD, MS, and BS in physics from the University of Oklahoma.

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Scope and Contents

This collection consists of news clips, agendas, notes, memos, reports, Rice University course lecture notes and grade books, research notes etc from Lane’s work at Rice University, the National Science Foundation, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

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Arrangement

This collection is arranged in the following series:
Series I: News clippings, reports, and press releases, 1998-2001 (Boxes 1-12)
Series II: Cabinet Files, 1998-2001 (Boxes 13-45)
Series III: OSTP, NSF, Rice, other subject files, 1964-2000 (Boxes 46-88)
Series IV: Audio/Visual, 1984-2002 (Box 89)

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

This material is open for research.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from the Neal Lane papers, circa 1980-2000 must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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Index Terms

Names:
Lane, Neal F.
Bienenstock, Arthur
Gwin, Holly
Smith, Jeff
Bierbaum, Rosina
Moore, Duncan
Organizations:
National Science Board (U.S.)
National Science Foundation (U.S.). Division of Physics.
James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy
United States. Office of Science and Technology Policy
Document Types:
Clippings
Agendas
Reports
Notes
Correspondence
Memoranda

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Neal Lane papers, MS 502, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University

Acquisition information

Materials were donated in 2003.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: News clippings, reports, and press releases, 1998-2001

BoxFolder
111998 August 3-27
2Science & Technology related, 1998 August 3-12
3Science & Technology related, 1998 August 13-31
41998 September 4-24
51998 September 25-30
6Science & Technology related, 1998 September 1-23
7Science & Technology related, 1998 September 28
81998 October 1-16
91998 October 16-30
10Science & Technology related, 1998 October 1-20
11Science & Technology related, 1998 October 21-26
121998 November 2-11
131998 November 12-30
14Science & Technology related, 1998 November 2-18
15Science & Technology related, 1998 November 19-30
161998 December 1-14
171998 December 14-30
BoxFolder
21Science & Technology related, 1998 December 4-30
2News clippings, press releases, 1998-1999
31999 January 3-11
41999 January 12-15
51999 January 16-21
61999 January 22-29
7Science & Technology related, 1999 January 8-13
8Science & Technology related, 1999 January 21-31
91999 February 1-8
101999 February 9-20
111999 February 22-29
12Science & Technology related, 1999 February 1-11
13Science & Technology related, 1999 February 12-26
141999 March 1-9
BoxFolder
311999 March 10-22
21999 March 23-30
31999 March 31
4Science & Technology related, 1999 March 1-15
5Science & Technology related, 1999 March 16-29
61999 April 1-16
71999 April 19-28
81999 April 29-30
9Science & Technology related, 1999 April 2-9
10Science & Technology related, 1999 April 12-19
11Science & Technology related, 1999 April 21-28
121999 May 1-10
131999 May 11-19
141999 May 20-25
BoxFolder
411999 May 26-30
2Science & Technology related, 1999 May 3-13
3Science & Technology related, 1999 May 14-18
4Science & Technology related, 1999 May 19-26
5Science & Technology related, 1999 May 27-28
6Daily Press Guidance, 1999 May 27
71999 June 1-7
81999 June 8-16
91999 June 17-18
10Science & Technology related, 1999 June 3-11
11Science & Technology related, 1999 June 14-18
12Science & Technology related, 1999 June 21-24
13Science & Technology related, 1999 June 28-30
14
151999 July 1-14
BoxFolder
511999 July 15-22
21999 July 23-31
3Science & Technology related, 1999 July 1-12
4Science & Technology related, 1999 July 13-21
5Science & Technology related, 1999 July 22-30
61999 August 2-10
7Science & Technology related, 1999 August 2-10
8Science & Technology related, 1999 August 20-26
9Science & Technology related, 1999 August 27-28
101999 September 2-13
111999 Septembet 14-20
121999 September 21-30
BoxFolder
61Science & Technology related, 1999 September 3
2Science & Technology related, 1999 September 8-15
3Science & Technology related, 1999 September 16-22
4Science & Technology related, 1999 September 23-28
5Science & Technology related, 1999 September 29-30
6Daily Press Guidance, 1999 September 23-24
71999 October 1-7
81999 October 8-13
91999 October 14-19
101999 October 20-27
111999 October 28-30
12Science & Technology related, 1999 October 1-6
13Science & Technology related, 1999 October 12-15
14Science & Technology related, 1999 October 18-25
15Science & Technology related, 1999 October 26-29
BoxFolder
711999 November 2-16
21999 November 17-30
3Science & Technology related, 1999 November 1-5
4Science & Technology related, 1999 November 8-15
5Science & Technology related, 1999 November 17-24
6Science & Technology related, 1999 November 29-December 1
71999 December 1-9
81999 December 10-16
91999 December 17-22
10Science & Technology related, 1999 December 2-7
11Science & Technology related, 1999 December 8-15
12Science & Technology related, 1999 December 16-27
13White House News Report, 1999 December 11
14White House News Report, 1999 December 30
BoxFolder
812000 January 3-20
22000 January 22-31
3Science & Technology related, 2000 January 1-18
4Science & Technology related, 2000 January 19-28
52000 February 1-6
62000 February 7-15
72000 February 16-28
Science & Technology related, 2000 February 1-7
BoxFolder
89Science & Technology related, 2000 February 8-15
10Science & Technology related, 2000 February 16-24
11Science & Technology related, 2000 February 25-29
122000 March 1-10
BoxFolder
912000 March 14-31
2Science & Technology related, 2000 March 1-10
3Science & Technology related, 2000 March 15-21
4Science & Technology related, 2000 March 22-23
5Science & Technology related, 2000 March 24-30
62000 April 3-12
72000 April 13-18
82000 April 19-26
92000 April 27-30
10Science & Technology related, 2000 April 4-12
11Science & Technology related, 2000 April 13-25
12Science & Technology related, 2000 April 26
Folder
132000 May 1-10
BoxFolder
9142000 May 11-19
BoxFolder
1012000 May 21-31
2Science & Technology related, 2000 May 1-10
3Science & Technology related, 2000 May 11-22
4Science & Technology related, 2000 23-31
5Press releases, statments, 2000 May 26-June 10
62000 June 1-8
72000 June 9-16
82000 June 19-27
9Science & Technology related, 2000 June 1-13
10Science & Technology related, 2000 June 14-22
11Science & Technology related, 2000 June 23-30
122000 February - March
BoxFolder
1112000 July 10-19
22000 July 20-31
3Science & Technology related, 2000 July 5-13
4Science & Technology related, 2000 July 14-21
5Science & Technology related, 2000 July 24-31
62000 August 1-7
72000 August 8-17
8Science & Technology related, 2000 August 1-14
9Science & Technology related, 2000 August 15-31
2000 September 1-14
112000 October 2-6
122000 November 2-28
132000 December 1-31
14White House News Report, 2000 December 9-10
BoxFolder
1212001 January 3-16
2Science & Technology related, 2001 February 22
3Science & Technology related, 2001 April 6-17
4Science & Technology related, 2001 April 24-27
52001 May 20-22
6Science & Technology related, 2001 May 7-30
7-8CSSP (Center for the Study of Social Policy) handouts, clippings, 2001 May 7
9Science & Technology related, 2001 June 6-18

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