Five Yeshiva University graduates, winners of National Science Foundation fellowships for post-graduate study, enjoy a visit with famed scientist Professor Albert Einstein in his study at the Institute for advanced Study in Princeton. The five young scientists are left to right: Arthur Taub, Brooklyn; Kurt Eisemann, New York City; Simon Auster, Highland Park, N.J.; William Frank, Brooklyn; and Seymour Aronson, Brooklyn. Einstein told them that 'scientific skill alone will never benefit mankind until it is joined to a thorough understanding of human values.'
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