Morgan, a program director in the Computer Impacts on Society Program at the National Science Foundation (NSF), reviews his education and early work with computers in an educational setting before describing his work at NSF. He discusses his interactions with Peter Lykos and Fred Weingarten and the difficulty of obtaining meaningful proposals in the Computer Impacts on Society Program.
M. Granger Morgan, OH 224. Oral history interview by Andrew Goldstein, 1990, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107511
Transcript, 20 pp.
Morgan, M. Granger (Millett Granger), 1941-.
Oral history interview with M. Granger Morgan.
Charles Babbage Institute.
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