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REBECCA LOWE WARREN
(1890-1972) Nutritional Chemist
|Birth||December 18, 1890|
|1913||A.B., Western College for Women, Oxford, OH|
|1914||Instructor, Western College for Women|
|1917||Assistant Professor, Western College for Women|
|1919||Master's degree, Columbia University|
|1921||Ph.D., Columbia University; stayed on to teach|
|1948-59||Professor, Columbia University|
|1959||Retired from teaching|
|1960||Garvan Medal, American Chemical Society|
|1961||D.Sc., Columbia University|
|Death||July 1, 1972|