Satya N. Atluri - Education

Education

He received Doctor of Science degrees from MIT (earned, 1969), National University of Ireland (1988, honoris causa), Slovak Academy of Sciences (2005, honoris causa), University of Patras, Greece (2007, honoris causa), and University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia (2009, honoris causa).

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    ... the whole tenour of female education ... tends to render the best disposed romantic and inconstant; and the remainder vain and mean.
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    Nature has taken more care than the fondest parent for the education and refinement of her children. Consider the silent influence which flowers exert, no less upon the ditcher in the meadow than the lady in the bower. When I walk in the woods, I am reminded that a wise purveyor has been there before me; my most delicate experience is typified there.
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