Lipman Hall

Location

76 LIPMAN DRIVE
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8525

Lipman Hall was built in 1950. Named after Jacob Goodale Lipman. Born Nov 18, 1874 at Freidrichstadt, Russia; Died Apr 19, 1939 in New Brunswick; BSc (Rutgers College, 1898), MA (Cornell U, 1900), PhD(Cornell, 1903), Hon DSc (Rutgers, 1923); appointed assistant chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1911; became Dean of the College of Agriculture in 1915; official US delegate to agricultural conferences on soils in Prague and Rome, 1922; delegate to the International Institute of Agricultural and Fourth International Conference of Soil Scientists at Prague 1924; testified at the trial of John T Scopes in Dayton, Tenn, 1926; attended Second International Conference at Budapest and Stockholm, 1929; Consultant to President Roosevelt on national reforestation, 1933; appointed to National Resources Board, 1935. Source: Catalogue of Buildings and Place Names at Rutgers

Offices: 
SEBS - Biochem & Microbiology
SEBS - Plant Biology & Pathology
Building number: 
6025
Building code: 
LH
Campus: 
Cook