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  Ernest E. Just   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Although Dr. Just was bold enough to challenge the theories of leading biologists of the 19th and 20th centuries, he was humble and unassuming.
Just was passionately driven to understand the world of the cell.
Just was born August 14, 1883 in Charleston, South Carolina.
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 Ernest Everett Just
Just was born August 14, 1883, the son of Charles Frazier Just and Mary (Matthews) Just, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Just investigated cell division of the fertilized egg, and then the cell division of the unfertilized egg, which is the study of the intriguing subject of parthenogenesis: the modification of sexual reproduction in which the organism develops from an unfertilized egg, which occurs chiefly in certain insects, crustacea and worms.
Just's work on the cell surface showed not only the normal physiology of the cell wall, but it led to the study of the abnormal or damaged cell wall, which in turn opened the door for discoveries in histological pathology.
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 Ernest Everett Just - Plagiarism on Wikipedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ernest Everett Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1883 to Charles Frazier and Mary Matthews Just.
In 1916, Ernest Just received his Ph.D. in experimental embryology, with a thesis on the mechanics of fertilization, from the University of Chicago.
In 1924 Dr. Just was selected from among the biologists of the world by a group of German biologists to contribute to a monograph on fertilization.
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 Just, Ernest Everett   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina, and educated at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.
Just became the leading authority on the embryological resources of the marine group of animals.
His focus of attention was the cell and in particular the ectoplasm, which, contrary to popular belief, he stated was just as important as the nucleus, and was primarily responsible for the individuality and development of the cell.
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 Ernest Everett Just: Zoologist, Biologist, Physiologist, Research Scientist.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ernest Everett Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina on August 14, 1883 to parents Charles Frazier and Mary Matthews Just.
In 1916, Ernest Just received the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy magna cum laude from the University of Chicago in experimental embryology, with a thesis on the mechanics of fertilization.
In 1924 Dr. Just was selected from among the biologists of the world by a group of German biologist to contribute to a monograph on fertilization, one of a series of monographs by specialists working on fundamental problems of the function and structure of the cell.
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 Don Lyons - Tanya Bickley Enterprises - Increasing Science Scholarships At Historically Black Colleges and Increasing ...
Ernest Everett Just is recognized as one of the United States' most distinguished biological scientists.
Ernest Everett Just was born August 14, 1883 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Just is a founder, and when Lyons contacted the fraternity, it launched a program calling for each of its 100,000 members to have 10 friends send a letter of support to the Postal Service.
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 Ernest Everett Just - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Just's primary legacy is his recognition of the fundamental role of the cell surface in the development of organisms.
Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1883 to parents Charles Frazier and Mary Matthews Just.
In 1916, Just received his Ph.D. in experimental embryology, with a thesis on the mechanics of fertilization, from the University of Chicago.
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 Dr. Ernest E. Just
Ernest Everett Just was born on August 14, 1883 in Charleston, SC.
Just found it more and more difficult to find funding for his research as he began to think more independently.
Just died of pancreatic cancer in October of 1941, at the age of 53.
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 Ernest E. Just   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Edward Everett Just was one of the most respected scientists and teachers of his time.
Just's popularity as a teacher was legendary, and his support of students extended beyond the classroom.
Just's years at Howard were, according to his biographer Kenneth Manning, both a distraction from the research he loved and an expression of his deep commitment to the fl community.
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 Notebook
The physiological view continued in vogue, despite Just's work, for the next 30 years, according to Jeffery: "Finally, in the seventies, we understood that cells are not just bags of liquid in membranes.
In the protoplasmic system the ectoplasm is the region of active momentary changes in response to environmental conditions." Just went on to theorize that because during cleavage, the nuclear material increases while the cytoplasmic material decreases, it is logical to [p.
Life, Just felt, could not be "only a struggle against the surroundings from which life came." It must be a form of cooperation.
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 Lakeside-Scott A.'s Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
by, Scott A. Ernest Everett Just was born on August 14, 1883, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Ernest Just succumbed to pancreatic cancer on October 27, 1941.
Ernest Just 's contributions to science have made it possible for cell and gene therapy.
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 Ernest Everett Just Biography | World of Scientific Discovery
Ernest Just was a pioneer in the study of human egg fertilization, artificial parthenogenesis, the relationship of bacteria to human cells, and the effect of environment on cell division.
Just learned early that he would have to work in the fields to help his mother support the family.
Just died of cancer in Washington, D.C., on October 27, 1941, and was buried in the Lincoln Cemetery.
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 Epsilon Phi Chapter - Just
Ernest Everett Just, an eminent marine biologist, was born in Charleston, South Carolina.
Aside from this, Dr. Just was selected by leading biologists of Germany as the best fitted among world scholars to write a treatise on fertilization.
Brother just is a member of the National Research Council, editor of the international journal, "Protoplasma." He is a member of the American Society of Zoologists, the American Naturalists, and a corresponding member of La Societe des Science Naturelles et Mathematiques de France.
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 Ernest Everett Just
Ernest founded the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and served as the head of Howard University's Department of Physiology until his death.
Ernest believed that nature's arrangement of it's elements was the key to understanding and that living things must be studied as a whole within their environments.
Ernest received offers to work at many European laboratories including the Sorbonne and the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute and after 1929 Ernest spent much of each year in Europe where his work was respected and race was not an issue.
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 Science Alive: Percy Julian
Ernest Everett Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina.
They settled in New Hampshire, where Just was a star student in high school and then graduated with honors from Dartmouth College with a degree in biology in 1907.
When the German army conquered Paris in 1940, Just was captured and held as a prisoner of war for a short time.
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 Vignette: Ernest Everett Just
ERNEST EVERETT JUST, a pioneer in the field of cell biology, was born Charleston, South Carolina, in 1883.
His father was a wharf builder, who died when just was four; his mother taught school and worked in a phosphate quarry.
She bought land on James Island and organized a small community there, but when just was sixteen she encouraged him to go north.
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 Leadership With a World View Principal Leadership - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As principal of Ernest Everett just Middle School in Mitchellville, MD, I have fostered a management philosophy that draws from the unity and simplicity of two different cultures: village life in Africa and the gemba kaizen business philosophy of Japan.
As a result, after only two years, Ernest Everett just has become a vibrant organization where 57 teachers, 3 vice principals, 3 counselors, and numerous support personnel provide guidance, direction, and leadership to 1,080 students of color.
Ernest Everett just also has an intensive mentoring program that allows experienced teachers to induct aspiring proteges-new teachers-into the teaching profession and our extended learning and enrichment programs allow students to serve as "big brothers" and "big sisters" to other students.
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 About JustGarciaHill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ernest Everett Just, 1883-1941, Fabian Garcia, 1871 - 1948, and Rosa Minoka Hill, 1875 - 1952.
Ernest Everett Just, 1883-1941, was an African American biologist whose prolific research in early development brought him international recognition.
With the JGH portal we hope to provide a supportive environment that would stimulate underrepresented minorities to pursue and strengthen scientific output in the United States and improve the health and well being of minority populations.
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 EE Just
Just earned his PhD at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts and continued his career of cell biology research at Woods Hole, Howard, and eventually overseas at prestigious research institutions in Italy, France, and Germany.
E.E. Just received the first Spingarn Medal from the NAACP in 1915, and several grants from such renowned organizations as National Research Council for his research.
Just's legacy will continue to live on in the achievements of our talented and motivated science students for years to come.
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 Dr. Ernest E. Just
He did his work so well, that he was selected as guest investigator, to engage in research at the Kaiser Wilhem Institute fur Biologie.
Aside from this, Dr. Just was selected by leading biologists of Germany as the best fitted among world scholars to write a treaties on fertilization.
Brother Just was a member of the National Research Council, editor of the international Council, editor of the international Journal, "Protoplasma." He was a member of the American Society of Zoologists, the American Naturalists, and a corresponding member of La Societe des Science Naturelles et Mathematiques de France in 1936.
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 Black Scientists and Inventors
Just's work on cell biology took him to marine laboratories in the U.S. and Europe and led him to publish more than 50 papers.
Young was born in Virginia and attended Howard University, University of Chicago, and University of Pennsylvania, where she earned a Ph.D. in zoology in 1940.
Working with her mentor, Ernest E. Just, she published a number of important studies.
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 FOUNDERS OF THE OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC.
Brother Just was a member of the National Research Council, editor of the international Council, editor of the international Journal, "Protoplasma." He was a member of the American Society of Zoologists, the American Naturalists, and a corresponding member of La Societe des Science Naturelles et Mathematiques de France.
His aptness and proficiency along this line drew him rapidly to Professor Just, who was at that time at Howard University teaching Biology.
Brother Cooper thus was the link, between our other Founders, all Juniors, in the fall of 1911, and Professor Just, the eminent, young, associate professor, who advised the three young pioneers, Love, Cooper and Coleman.
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 About the EE Just Institute
The E.E. Just Institute is named after eminent African American cell biologist and 1903 Kimball Union graduate Ernest Everett Just.
Building upon a well-established track record of organizing and running successful teacher training workshops, Kimball Union Academy was recently awarded a federal appropriation of almost $750K to develop an ongoing series of environmental leadership institutes for both teachers and students.
It is administered through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and has enabled the school to establish the E. Just Environmental Leadership Institute for Students and Teachers.
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 Penn Med About EE Just   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Ernest Everett Just Biomedical Society was established in 1997, through the diligence of biomedical students, who recognized the significant need for student support.
The Ernest E. Just Biomedical Society (EEJust) is an invaluable, supportive network for underrepresented minority PhD students, medical students, and post-doctorates/fellows at the University of Pennsylvania.
The major objective of our Society is a pluralistic approach to providing a motivating force in the networking, mentoring, and career development of tomorrow’s scientific researchers.
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 Our Beloved Founders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ernest Everett Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina to parents Charles Frazier and Mary Matthews Just.
Just lectured at the Eleventh International Congress of Zoologists, held at Padua, Italy.
The lecture was entitled The Role of Cortical Cytoplasm in Vital Phenomena., which was based on the fifty published papers written by Dr. Ernest Just.
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 Pseudo-science and Race
Just as the authors of The Bell Curve (hereafter TBC) could have saved me a lot of time in l974, the editors of The Bell Curve Debate (hereafter TBCD) could have saved me a lot of trouble in l994.
Just as dog fanciers could control the development of breeds, so too could right thinking scientists develop a "new science" which would promote the proper sort of human being through scientifically controlled matings.
He developed the "science" of Eugenics whose goal was just such control and he promoted quantification and mathematical measurement of "desirable traits" so as to provide the necessary data on the basis of which "truly proper breeding" could occur.
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 Ernest Everett Just
Ernest E. Just was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1883.
As a sophomore at Dartmouth, he enrolled in his first biology class and read an article which attempted to explained the process of fertilization and egg development, which sparked a lifelong interest in embryology.
Charles Drew, a pioneer in blood plasma research himself, described Dr. Just as "a biologist of unusual skill and the greatest of our original thinkers in the field".
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 Ernest Everett Just: August 14, 1883 - birth date of renowned African American biologist and former head of Howard ...
Ernest Everett Just: August 14, 1883 - birth date of renowned African American biologist and former head of Howard University's zoology dept - This Week in Black History - Brief Article
Ernest Everett Just, internationally known biologist and former head of the department of Zoology at Howard University Medical School, was born on this day in Charleston, SC.
On February 15, 1915 he was awarded the first NAACP Spingarn Medal to symbolize the noblest achievement of an African American during the preceding year.
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 Dr. Ernest E. Just   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Though this school did not have the most modern equipment, the thoroughness and the enthusiasm of the teachers inspired Ernest Everett, gave him an excellent start, and pointed to him the direction in which he should go for further training.
Because of his early childhood guidance, he bade his home state goodbye and started North for the land of fuller educational opportunity.
In 1915, after Brother Just had attracted nation-wide attention by unusual brilliancy of research, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People conferred upon him the Spingarn Medal, which each year is given to a Negro who has been most outstanding in achievement.
www.vsu.edu /students/organization/omega/_private/just.htm   (341 words)

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