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Benson Ginsburg and Charles Lowe

Nurturing the Genome - Benson Ginsburg, left, professor emeritus of behavior genetics, and Charles "Skip" Lowe, professor and head of psychology, during a Festschrift at UConn honoring Ginsburg's accomplishments, June 28-29. Ginsburg is holding a conference program depicting his family in 1969 , top, and his wife Pearl and himself in 1998.

[Photo by Shannon McAvoy]

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