As news spread of the July 24 passing of Earl Peace, associate professor emeritus of chemistry, alumni and colleagues shared their memories of the quiet man who touched many. We’ve collected some of those memories here.
In the link below, you’ll find additional remembrances of Dean Peace, including an essay from Mary Kate Brennan ’09 about her relationship with Dean Peace and his signature quote, “Change is inevitable, except from vending machines.”
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