Russell Magnaghi focuses on his experiences with the famous Ishpeming-born nuclear chemist Dr. Glenn Seaborg. Magnaghi recalls visiting Seaborg and comments on his down-to-earth nature and apparent enduring fondness for the Upper Peninsula. A significant portion of the interview also discusses how Northern Michigan University’s Archives came to possess many of Seaborg’s old photographs and work-related artifacts. Magnaghi also discusses the naming and construction of the Glenn T. Seaborg Science Center at Northern Michigan University.
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