Berkeleyan Masthead

This Week's Stories

Science Giant Glenn Seaborg, 1912-1999

Celebrating Women Role Models and Their Inspirations

Berkeley Pledge Program Gets High Marks from Department of Education

Yuan T. Lee Receives Clark Kerr Award

Security Snafu Inspires Creative Comeback

Underground Utilities Upgrade Gets Underway

More About: Death, Devotion, Ritual and Rock 'n' Roll

Championing the Health of Children

Photo: They're Varsity Now

Photo: Lincoln Constance Turns 90

Photo: First Among Equals

Regular Features


Campus Calendar

News Briefs


Staff Enrichment


Photo: Lincoln Constance Turns 90

Posted March 3, 1999

Photo: Professor Emeritus Lincoln Constance

Professor Emeritus Lincoln Constance, whose illustrious career at Berkeley spanned more than six decades, celebrated his 90th birthday with a large collection of friends and colleagues Saturday, Feb. 27 at Alumni House.

A graduate student in the '30s of Willis Linn Jepson, the first botany PhD from the University of California and founder of the Jepson Herbarium, Constance later become professor of botany.

During his long campus career, Constance also served as vice chancellor for academic affairs, acting chancellor at various times, dean of the College of Letters and Science, chair of the Department of Botany, director of the University Herbarium and a member of innumerable faculty committees. Noah Berger photo.


March 3 - 9, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 25)
Copyright 1999, The Regents of the University of California.
Produced and maintained by the Office of Public Affairs at UC Berkeley.
Comments? E-mail