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 Front Cover
 Title Page
 Frontispiece
 Table of Contents
 University calendar, 1973-74
 Board of education
 Administrative council of...
 Staff and faculty
 General information
 Admissions
 Expenses
 Student affairs
 Student life
 Student regulations
 Colleges, schools, and curricu...
 Instructional departments and description...
 Index














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Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
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Language: English
Creator: University of the State of Florida
University of Florida
Publisher: University of the State of Florida,
University of the State of Florida
Place of Publication: Lake city Fla
Publication Date: March 1973
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    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
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    Frontispiece
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    Table of Contents
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    University calendar, 1973-74
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    Board of education
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    Administrative council of the university
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    Staff and faculty
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    General information
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    Admissions
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    Expenses
        Page 71
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    Student affairs
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    Student life
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    Student regulations
        Page 84
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    Colleges, schools, and curricula
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1973-1974
























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TABLE OF CONTENTS















Page


University Calendar . . . ..........
Board of Education . . . . . . . . . .


. . . . . . .


Administrative Council of the University
Staff and Faculty . . . ...........
General Information ...............


. . . . . IX


Admissions


Expenses .. .
Student Affairs


H o using . .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. . .
Student Life-Services, Facilities, Activities . . .
Student Regulations . . .... ... . . . ....
Colleges, Schools, and Curricula
University College ...................
College of Agriculture ...................
College of Architecture and Fine Arts .. .. .
College of Arts and Sciences . . . .. . .
College of Business Administration . .. .
College of Dentistry ....................
College of Education . . . . ....... . ...
College of Engineering . .. ..... ..... .....
School of Forest Resources and Conservation .
College of Health Related Professions ......
College of Journalism and Communications
Center of Latin-American Studies . . . . . .
College of Law ....... .. .... .. .... .. ...
College of M medicine . . ... . . . . . . .
College of Nursing .. . ... ..... ...... .. .
College of Pharmacy .....................


.... 89
....103
S. . 113
S. .. 123


. .. .. .133
..139


. . . 173
. . . 177
S. . 185
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. . .. 192
. . . 193
. 194


...199


College of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation 203
M military Department . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
Instructional Departments and Description of Courses .. 215


Index


. 343


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CALENDAR for 1973


CALENDAR for 1974




















Seniors) ............... December 13


whose


registration .................. ......... ........... Septem ber 18-20
Slasses Begin ......... ...... ...... .................... Septem ber 24


college
clear


.................................................... Decem ber 7


Orientation


Commencement ..................... .................... December 1 5
Grades Due (All) .............................................. Dec em ber 17


fees) according
permitted to


application


credentials


changes


registration


start


September 20, after 3:00 p.m.


was filed by


must


appointments.


have


(including


registration


above


r those
deadline.


payment


Thursday,


WINTER TERM 1974


Registry
Classes
Classes
Final E:
Grades


........... ......................... .......... January 3
.............................................January 7
.............................. .... ...................... M a rch 8
ions .............. ........................M arch 11-16
raduating Seniors) ..................... March14


Commencement


Due (All)


................................................ M arch
....................... ............... .. M arch


Septem


mber 21


Last day for


ber 21, Friday


completing


All students


$25 late fee. No one


on Friday, September 21 after
September 21, Friday


Drop-Add period


begins.


paying


fees without


September 24,


Registrar
Classes
Classes
Final E)
Grades


......................................................M arch
.................................................. arch

tions ............. ................................. u ne


Due (Graduating


Due (All)


Seniors)


................ ...... une 6


......................... ........... ..............Ju ne 8
....................................... June 10


September 26,


Last day
sections.


September 26,


Last day


for adding


student


refund of fees


military


courses


withdraw


unless


and for changing


and receive
is for medical


October 3,


.................................. ..................... June
.. ..... ......... ........ ..................... ....J une
.................................................... August


Seniors)


...................August


Due (Graduatin


Last day
grade of E.


October 12,


courses


Friday, 4:00 p.m.


Registrar's


Office


degree
a degree


the end of the Fall Quarter.
October 12, Friday. 4:00 p.m.


Last day


to apply


with the Registrar


Arts certificate to be awarded


October 12,


Friday, 4;00 p.m.


Last day for removing


the preceding


gradE


at the end

es of I o0


s without


application


receiving


at the


to be conferred


October 12, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing


Registrar


to cha


quarter.
October 22, Monday
Veterans Day -


application


nge college


Classes


or division


November 16-17, Friday-Saturday
Homecoming Classes


Novem


ber 21,


Wednesday, 4:00 p


Last day for withdraw


grades in


suspended a
ng wm.
ng without


it 8:00


receiving


courses,


November 22-24, Thursday-Saturday


Thanksgiving -
ber 21.


Classes


suspend


ded 10:00


Novem-


November 26, Monday,


Classes


November 30, F


No examinations,


given


tion period.


a.m.


quizzes


prior


7, Friday
I classes end.


December 10, Monday
Final examinations


assembly


examinat


Selected


Saturday,


December 13, Thursday, 10:00 a.m.


Degre
December 14,
n -


e candidates'
Friday, 3:00


grades due.
3.m.


~ .. -. II I...


Classes End
Final Exami
Grades Due


(Graduatin


mber 7, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing


admissions


approved.
date v


been
Those


September 18-20, Tuesday-Thursday


received
who apply
assigned


and registration


to appointments


Grades


,Friday


assigned.
I on


late fee


of $25.


Quarter.


t being


istration
today
to start


registering
permitted i


Commencement


Grades


Monday


Classes begin.


Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


Registration
Classes Beg
Classes End


Grades


Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


Commencement


Grades


Due (All)


reasons.


Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


. ................................ ..............August
....................................... August


for dropping


an Associate
of the quarter.

X received i


term of attendance.


at the Office


of the


March


for the next


suspended.


Last day


for beginning fr
i for admission


unable


freshmen


a space available basis.


to meet


students


iday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for f


to file


for the Fall Quarter.
deadline may aDDIV on


falling


Registrar
Quarter.


to change


ng application


resume.
riday, 10:00 p.m


at the Office of


or division


20, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for those
the University


college


not previ
of Florida


freshmen)


after this date and


December
the Al


ously


or progress


to file application


in attendance


Students


tests


to the final exammna-


unable


(except beginning
for admission for the
to meet this deadline


comprehensive


December


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November 16, Friday,
Last day for
University of
for the Wint


Novem


Decemb


4:00 p.m.
those not


er


apply
4:00 p.


Last day for those
University of Florida
ments for the Winter
this deadline may app


er 7, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing


cation


period


a degree


previously


above


must have been received


assigned late registration


January



January

January


3, Thursday
Registration
eluding pay
registration
4, Friday
Last day for
fee of $25.
4, Friday


n


according to
lent of fees).


on Thursday


paying


Last day for completing


All
No


January 4,
D
January 7,
C
January 9,


ary 4, aft


Fy 4, af
Friday


rop-Add
Monday


Last day for adding courses
Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


January 9, W


January


January


January


January


Last day student


of fees


reasons.
16, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day


for dropping courses without receiving


18, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing app
trar to change college
18, Friday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day
Office f<


Winter Quarter.
18, Friday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day


Arts certificate to
January 25, Friday, 4:00 p


25, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for removing


preceding term


February 22, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for withdrawing


March


grades in


courses.


class quizzes


in attendance


Janu-


begins.


ngmng


and receive any


refund


grades


unable


basis.


at the


file application for admission


irter. Students unable to
on a space available basis.
,m.


February


meet this


at the
ippoint-
to meet


on a space available


those


and college changes
or clear after this date


appointments.


appointments


No one


perm


January 3, after 3:00 p.m.


subject


for Winter


February


March


start


to late


March


March


Quarter.


March

March


April 3,


April 12,


or military


a grade


at the Office of the Regis-


for the next quarter.


application


at the Registrar's
at the end of the


an Associate of
of the quarter.


or X received


in the


'15, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for those n(
University of Florida


Last day


of fees
reasons.


Last day


Arts certificate to
April 19, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for stu


ceived in preceding term


, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for


grades in all


unless


ot previ(
to file


day


ithdr


ously


Students


registration


at the


application for admission


deadline may apply on a space available basis.


University


March


ments


for the


this deadline may
1, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clean
cations were file


tials mu'
proved.


previous
to apply


Spring Quarter.


missions i
e above


st have been received and college
Those who apply or clear after this


assigned late
22, Friday
Registration
cluding payn
registration c
22, Friday
Last day for
fee of $25.
25, Monday


Classes
Spring
to $25


begin. Last
Quarter. All
late fee. No


on Monday,


appointments.


unable to


meet


Nhose appli-
All creden-


changes a
date will


appointments assigned
No one permitted to


to late


March


subject


for completing


students registerir
one permitted to


ng today subject
start registration


nging sections.


refund


a grade


Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for dropping courses without receiving


Friday,
Last day


at the Office


trar to change college or division for the


degree application
e to be conferred


of the Regis-
ext quarter.


at the Registrar's
at the end of the


an Associate of


be awarded at the end


to remove


grades


attendance.

without


receiving


quarter.

,r X re-


failing


courses.


May 24, Friday, 10:00 p.m.
No examinations,


receiving


or progress


tests


may


be given af
tion period.
, Monday
Memorial D


quizzes


prior


deadline may
ber 16, Friday,


previous
to apply
Quarter.


y in attendance
for registration a


Students


Spring Quarter. Students


was filed by


in attendance


admissions for


unable to


deadline.


whose appli-


All credentials


y in attendance
for registration a


for those
deadline.


assigned
itted to


registration ai

according to
nent of fees).


students registering today
one permitted to start reg


)n Friday,

paying f<


ter 3:00 p.m.


subject
istration


22, after 3:00 p.m.


to $25 late fee.


on Friday,


lasses begin.
Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


27, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


March 25, after 3:00 p.m.


and for cha


unless


for adding courses and for cha


27, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day student may wi


withdraw


withdrawal


sections.


is for medical


withdrawal


raw and receive
is for medical


application


or division


ng application


for filing degree


to be conferred


12. Friday, 4:00 p.r
Last day for fili
Office for a de
Spring Quarter.


, Friday, 4:00 p.m.


with the Registrar


be awarded at the end


to apply with the Registrar


of attendance.


for students


1, Friday, 10:00 p.m.
No examinations,


without


withdrawing


after this date and


or progress
to the final


tests n
exami


Day Classes suspended.


w


I


T


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January 4

January

January'


~I


Last day





CALENDAR


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


CALENDAR


1973


SUMMER QUARTER


1974


N I


i0 p.m.
rr those
of Floric


Summer


deadline may


Friday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day for


those


of Florid;


not previously
da to file apple


Quarter.


in attendance


19, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day
of fees
reasons.


student
unless


withdraw


withdrawal


ne 26, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for dropping
grade of E.
ly 4, Thursday


at the


ication for admission


Students unable to


on a space

previously
a to apply


ments for the Summer Quar


meet this deadline
basis,
, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing


was filed by t


may apple


admission
he above


available basis.

y in attendance
for registration a
ter. Students un
ly on a space a


is for those
deadline. A


must have been received and college


proved. Those who apply or
be assigned late registration al


payn


registration
14, Friday
Last day fo
fee of $25.
17, Monday


according to
nent of fees).


on Friday, june


paying


after


meet this


at the
ippoint-
lable to
available


whose appli-
1II credentials


and receive


is for medical


courses


without


any refund
or military


receiving


Independence Day Classes suspended.
Friday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day for filing


istrar to


application


change college


5. Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing degree


Office


a degree


Summer Quarter.


July 5, Friday


Last day


,4:00 p.m.


to apply


Arts certificate to
12, Friday, 4:00 p.m.


Last day


August


appointments.


appointments


for students


ceived in preceding term
9, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for withdraw


grades in all


assigned


No one permitted
14, after 3:00 p.m.


fees without


subject


to start


to late


August

August

August


courses.


22, Thursday, 10:00
Degree candidates'


23, Friday
All classes
23, Friday
Report of
the Office


colleges


at the Office


r division fc

application


of the Reg-


remove


grades


of attendance.

ne without r


C


a.m.
grades


examination

for degrees


period.

due in


or X


Classes
Summer


begin. La:
Quarter.


st day


for corn


pleting reg
registering


one permitted


17, after 3:00 p.m.


'istration


to start registra-


August

August


Last day for adding


24, Saturday
Commencement Convocation.


26, Monday, 10:00


All grades
Registrar.


a.m.


for Summer


Quarter


due in the Office


of the


Sri-rlay, 4:U
Last day fo
University


for the


April 26,


University


cation


to be conferred


June 14, Friday
Registration


)r the next quarter.

n at the Registrar's
at the end of the


for an Associate <
end ot the quarter.


eluding


changes
this date


with the Registrar
be awarded at the


eceiving


june 19,


All students


ject to $25 late fee. Nc
tion on Monday, June
Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.


end. No scheduled final


of the Registrar.


on candidates


>.


and for changing


sections,


courses




BOARD OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

REUBIN ASKEW
Governor
State of Florida

TOM ADAMS
Lieutenant Governor
State of Florida

RICHARD STONE
Secretary of State
State of Florida


ROBERT
Attorney


SHEVIN
General


State of Florida
TOM O'MALLEY


State Tr


easurer


State of Florida


FLOYD T.


CHRISTIAN


Commissioner of Education
State of Florida


FRED O.


DICKINSON


Comptroller
State of Florida
DOYLE CONNER


Commission


r of Agriculture


State of Florida


BOARD OF REGENTS


J. DANIEL, LL.B
Chairman


MARSHALL M.


CRISER


Vice Chairman


D. BURKE KIBLER


Lakeland


III. LL.B


Florida


LOUIS


MURRAY


M.D.


Orlando


Florida


CHESTER H. FERGUSON


Tampa, Florida


AMES


GARDENER. M


Fort Lauderdale


JULIUS F.
Tallah


Florida


PARKER


assee


Florida


MRS. E.D. PEARCE. B


Coral Gables


Florida







ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL


ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY


ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES OF THE FACULTY


STEPHEN


CORNELIUS O'CONNELIL, ID., LL.D
President
E. TRAVIS YORK, JR., Ph.D.
Executive Vi e-Presi dent


, Ed.D.


HERMAN E. SPIVEY, Ph.D.
Professor of English
OLLIE I. ELGERD, D.Sc. (Alt)


of Electrical Engineering


Professor


HAROLD PALMER HANSON, Ph.D.


Vice President


for Academic


MADELYN L. KAFOGLIS, Ph.D.


Affairs


Associate


Professor of Economics


WILLIAM EARL ELMORE, B.S. C.P.A.


Vice-President for Administrative


RICHARD H. HAMMER, Ph.D. (Alt)


Affairs


Associate


JACK KINZER, M.A.
Vice President of Student Affairs


Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
LYNN E. WAGNER, J.D.


Assistant


EDMUND FERRIS ACKELL, DM.D. M.D.
Vice-President for Health Affairs
KENNETH RAY TEFERTILLER, Ph.D.


W. W. THATCHER, Ph.D. (Alt)


Assistant


Vice-President


for Agricultural


Affairs


ROBERT ARMISTEAD BRYAN, Ph.D.


Affairs


ROBERT STEPHEN BOLLES, Ed.D.


of the


Architecture


and Fine


CLIFFORD ALLEN BOYD, Ed.D.
of the College of Physical Educ ation,


REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STUDENT BODY
SAM TAYLOR
President of the Student Body
GARY RUTLEDGE


President of the Student


Senate


LINDA GLOECKNER


Vice President


Recreation


of the Student Body


BOB BURTON BROWN. Ph.D.


Dean of University


College


CHARLES BENTON BROWNING, Ph.D.


Dean


for Resident


Instructton,i


of Food and Agricultural
JOE NEIL BUSBY, Ph.D.


Institute


Sciences


of Food and Agr( ultura


Sciences


PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES
FRANK THOMPSON ADAMS, Ed.D.
Dean of Student Development
THOMAS SANFORD BIGGS, JR., LL.B.
University Attorney
FRED HILTON CANTRELL, B.S. B.A.


Dean


of University


Relations and Development


CHARLES EDWARD CORNELIUS, Ph.D.


Dean of the


College


of Veterinary


THOMAS WINSTON COLE, Ed.D.


ean, Academic


Medicine


Affairs


for Instructional


Services


KENNETH FRANKLIN FINGER, Ph.D.


Dean of the


College of Pharmac


JOSHUA CLIFTON DICKINSON, JR., Ph.D.


Director


of the Florida


State


Museum


JOHN LEWIS GRAY, D.F.


School


of For


urces


Conservation


SAMUEL RAY GRAVES, B.A.
Director, Intercollegiate Athletics
GUSTAVE ADOLPHUS HARRER, Ph.D.


Director of Universit


HARRY HALL SISLER, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School


JOHN PAUL JONES,


M.A.


College of journalism and Con
JOSEPH RICHARD JULIN, LL.B.


1


munications


Libraries


CHARLES D. McKEOWN, M.S
Coordinator of ROTC
JAMES F. MORGAN, B.S. B.A.


Acting


Director, Alumni


Dean


of the


College of Law


ROBERT FRANKLIN LANZILLOTTI, Ph.D.


JOSEPH H. STAFFORD, Ph.D.


Director, Division


of Planning and Analysis


Dean


of the College


of Business


H. K. SUZUKI, Ph.D.


Administration


ROBERT RAMSAY LYNCH, JR., B.S.


Director


of the


Division


of Information


Services


ean of the


College


of Health


Related Professions


RICHARD HOLMES WHITEHEAD, B.A.


University


JOSE ENRIQUE MEDINA, D.D.S.
Dean of the College of Dentistry
BERT LAVON SHARP, Ed.D.


y Registrar


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS


Dean


Dean


of the


College of Education


BETTY L SIEGEL, Ph.D.
of Academic Affairs for Continuing
JOHN WI1LBUR SITES, Ph.D.
Dean of Research,


THOMAS


President


Education


Director


of the University


C. MacDONALD, JR.


of Florida Alumni A


J. MALCOLM RANDALL, M.H.A.


of the


Veterans Administration Hospital


Institute


of Food


and Agricultural


ences


BLANCHE I. UREY, Ed.D.


Dean


of the College of Nursing


CALVIN ANTHONY VANDERWERF, Ph.D.


Dean


of the College


of Arts and Sciences


Acting


Associate


Vice-President


Dean


for Ac ademic


Professor of Law


College of


Dean


Professor,


Health and


Institute


Dean


for Extension


Direc


tor of the


Dean


of the (


Services


association


-i j _* -* & -- -- j r- --ii _.,I -












Clinical Instructor in Surgery


ALEXANDER, ROBERT


W., D.D.S.


Assistant Professor of Dentistry (1971-1971 .


Center)


ALEXANDER, RONALD,


Associate


M.D. (Tulane


Professor of Pathology (1


University)
972-7972).


ALEXANDER, RUTH HAMMACK, Ed.D. (University


(The first date indicates
the last date, the year c
interruptions in service
erans Administration Ho
ABBOTT, THOMAS BENJ


the first year
)f present rat


of academic en
nk: the asterisk


or leave of absence;


represents


'denotes


Associate
Education


Professor and Chairman
for Women (1969-1969)


Department


ALEXANDER, SAMUEL KERN, Ed.D. (University
Professor of Educa tion (1968-1970).


ALEXANDER, WILLIAM MARVIN, Ph.D.


Professor of Education


(1963-7963).


(Columbia


ALFIERI, SALVATORE ANTHONY, JR., Ph.D.


Associate Plant Pathologist,
(1968-1968).


Division


of Indiana)
of Physical

ndiana)

University)


(Cornell University)


of Plant


Industry


ALLEGER, DANIEL EUGENE,


Graduate


Professor in
LIP M., Ph.D.


Reserve)
Vice President for Health


Department of Surgery, and
ACHE RMAN, EDWARD, M.D.


D. D.D.S. (University of Pennsylvania)
stetrics and Gynecology (1969-7969).
(Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
Medicine/lHEP (7977 -7972).
(Pennsylvania State University)


College of
1967-1969).


M.D. Western


ALLEN,
Profe
ALLEN,
Profe


Associate


Instructor, P. K. Yonge
ALLEN, WILLIAM C., M.D


Associate


Professor in


M.S. (Pennsylvania State University)


Professor, Food and Resource Economics


Professor (Associate State 4-H


ALLEN, CHARLES, Ph.D.


Assistant


(Brandeis


Professor of Biochemistry


ALLEN, DON L., D.D.S.


(University


y of Michigan)
Peridon tofo y
(1970-17970


University)


Club Agent),


(1967-1967).


of North Carolina)


and Associate Dean,


GEORGE E., Ph.D. (Mississippi
'ssor of Entomology, IFAS (1977
JOHN JAY, Ph.D. (University of
,ssor of Spanish (7960-1972).


ALLEN, KENNETH RICHARD, Ph.D.


Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
)AMS, CALVIN K., Ph.D. (Kansas State Ur


Assistant Professor of Ophthalm
and Psychology (1969-1969).


Professor of Entomology,
ADAMS, EARNEST DWIGH


Professor of Physics (7962-


(7969-71969).
university)


Technology).
Assistant Professor of Physics
ALLEN, ROBERT EUGENE, Ed.D.


College


State University)
-19717.
Wisconsin)


(Georgia


(7968-


7968).


(University


Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education


Ph.D. (University


of Maryland)
IFAS, Aricultural
ade (1 950-7950).

1958-1962).
ago)
(1966-7968).


Laboratory School (
. (University of Chic
orthopedic Surgery


ADAMS,


Children's


Mental


ADAMS,


ADEEB, ALLAN J.,
Clinical Instruct


Health


University)


96:


Unit (1960-7966).


7) and


Director,


WILLIAM ROBERT, M.D. (Yale University)


(1968-1968).


M.D. (University of Teni
tor in AnesthesiologyllH


EP (1971-1977).


Georgia)
Clinical Associate


, M.D. (Medical College of


Professor of Obstetrics and


GynecologyljHEP (1977-7977).
ALLIGOOD, EDGAR RALEIGH, M.Ed.
Director, Department of Correspondence
Continuing Education (1965-1965).
ALLISON, HENRY E., Ph.D. (The New School)


Professor of Philosophy


Study,


(1968-7972).*


Construction (7972-1972).


University)


AMBROSE, EDNA VIRGINIA, Ed.D. (Columbia


Associate


Professor of Education (1958-1958).


University)


AMMERMAN, CLARENCE BAILEY,


Professor (Animal


Nutritionist),


Ph.D. (University
IFAS (1958-1970).


of Illinois)


(Louisiana State University)


Professor of Radiology (1962-1970).
ACRESTI, ALAN G., Ph. D. (University
Assistant Professor of Statistics (197
AHMED, ESAM MAHMOLD, Ph.D. (U


Associate Professor of Food Science,


Professor of Education


(1954-1954).


Research and Educational Center,
ALBRECHT, RUTH E., Ph.D. (Universi


Professor of Sociology (1957-1960).


ALBREGTS, EARL EUGENE, Ph.D. (Purdue U
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Patho


Agricultural


Research Center,


Quincy


Professor of Anesthesiology (1958-7969).


of Wisconsin)
72-1972).


IFAS (1964-1969).
Diversity of Denver)


(1967-1


of Chicago)


ANDERSON,


ANDERSON,


Agricultural
967).


Associate


ARVID A., Ph.D. (University


CARL


ANDREW, Ph.


Professor (Associate


M.D.


of Copenhagen)


of Texas)


D. (Iowa State University)
Soils Chemist), IFAS


Agricultural Research and Educational
Lake Alfred (1962-1968).


Center,


ANDERSON, CARL


Assistant


Professor of Accounting 1(947-1950).


ANDERSON, CHARLES


university)
logist), IFAS,


Dover (1967-7967).


LAMAR,


M.S.A.


(University


(Bowman-Gray


ALBRIGO, LEO GENE, Ph.D. (Rutgers U


University)


Associate


Professor of Speech


Pathology and Audiology


'h.D. (University of Flori
and Director of Speech


1( 963-7968).
*


School (1958-7962).


Associate


Assistant Pro
Department


fessor, Radiology,
of Microbiology (1


Department IFAS (1945-1945).
ALLEN, BILLY JAY, M.A.


Associate


(1953-1968).*


Medicine,


Affairs,


Clinical Associate


Professor of Ora


Professor of Dentistry
(Wayne State Universi


I Surgery,
S1966-1969).


Professor in Surgery


M.S. (Universit
Professor of
of Dentistry,


IFAS (1972-1972).


University)


1970).


Professor of


(1968-1968).
ALLEN, ROBERT JOHN, JR.,


Music (1970-1970).


Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics (1


Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist)
Research and Educational Center, Belle Glt
ALLEN, VIRGINIA FRICK, M.Ed.


Professor of Pathology


Division


Assistant Professor of Marketing (7965-1965).
JDERSON, AUGUSTUS E., M.D. (Tulane University)
Clinical Instructor of MedicinellHEP (1966-79681.


Assistant Professor Food and Resource Economics
Department IFAS (1960-1968).


IDERSON, GEORGE
Clinical Instructor in


(1968-1968).


I


I


___


/I C (


I


AE


i


MedrcineilHEP(1968-1968).


university)


I





STAFF


AND


FACULTY


ANDERSON, RICHARD MCLEMORE, M.D. (Emory University)


Clinical Instructor in


Medicine (1959-1963).


ANDERSON, ROLAND CARL, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Associate Professor of Engineering
and Aerospace Engineering (1961-1


ANDREW, CHRIS O., Ph.D.


Science,
969).*


Mechanics,


(Michigan State University)


Associate Professor Food and Resource Economics
Department IFAS (1971-1971).


ANDREWS,


JOHN


Clinical instructor in


M.D. (Emory University)
Medicine (1959-1962).


ANDREWS, SAMUEL DALTON, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor of Education
ANGALET, GWENDOLINE BAIN, N


(1969-1969).
A.S. (Universit


Assistant Professor (Assistant State 4-H
(1970-1970).


ANGORN, RICHARD ARTHUR, J.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy 4


ANTHONY, D-
Associate PJ
Biochemist,


4VID


v


AUSTIN, OLIVER LUTHER, JR., Ph. D. (Harvard University)


Curator of Ornithology, Florida State
Professor of Zoology (1957-1962).


Museum;


AVILA, DONALD LEE, Ed.D. (University of Nebraska)
Professor of Education (1963-1970).
AYOUB, ELIA M., M.D. (American University of Beirut)
Professor of Pediatrics (1969-1969).


AZCUY, A
Clinical


RNOLD, M.D. (University of Havana)
Assistant Professor of Medicine/JHEP (


BABERS. HENRY


of Florida)

of Florida)


Club Agent)


(University
(1968-1968).


IFAS


jR., M.D. (Cornell University)


Clinical Professor of Surgery (1959-1969).
BACHMAN, KERMIT C., Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor (Assistant Biochemist),


BACON,
Associf


of Florida)


SALISBURY, Ph.D. (University of


professor of Botany and Associate


Arts and


Sciences (1955-1955).


PHILIP, Ph.D. (University


ate


Maryland)
IFAS (1971


of Tennessee)


Professor of Mathematics (1965-1968).


BAER, HERMAN. M.D. (Basel)


Wisconsin)


Director of Clinical
Immunology and MX


Micro
medical


BAETY, RUTH, M.A.T.
Assistant Professor of English


biology and As:
Microbiology (1


sociate


966-71970).


(1971-1972).


ANTONINI, GUSTAVO A., Ph.D. (Columbia Univ


Associate Professor of Latin


Geography


(1970-1970).


ersity)


American Studies and


APPERSON, FRANCES EUGENIA, B.A. in L.S.


Librarian


and Chairman


of D


(7943-1970).
APPLEDORF, HOWARD, Ph.D.
Technology)
Assistant Professor (Assistant


ARAUJO,


OSCAR


Associate Professor of Pharmacy
ARCHER, BEVERLY B., Ph.D. (Ohio


documents Department

(Massachusetts Institute of


Nutritionist),


IFAS (1969-1969).


. (Purdue University)
(1962-1968).


State Universit


Associate Professor and Assistant Dean,
(1972-1972).


(FAMU


BAGNALL, LARRY OWEN, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer) I
(1969-1969).
BAILEY, D.L., Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Assistant Professor of Entomology, IFAS (1970-7970).


Associate


Professor of Electrical Engineering


(1960-1972).


UILEY, RONALD BERESFORD, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Social Science and Political Science


and Assistant Dean,


University


College


(1971-1971).


BAILEY, THOMAS LEE, III, Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering (1953-


JR, MYRA LOUISE, M.A. (Mich
Instructor of Physical Educatio


1963).


igan State University)
n (1970-1970).


ARCHER, WAYNE R.,
Assistant Professor
(1971-1971).
ARDITTI, FRED D., Ph


Associate


Professor


M.S. (Wichita State
of Real Estate and i


(Massachusetts


University)


Land Studies


Institute


of Finance and Economics


M.S.E. (University


Research Instructor, Agricultural
\KER. FRANK SLOAN. IR.. M.S.A.


Professor,


(Animal


Husbandman),


and Educational Center,


Quine


(


Engineering,


IFAS,
1945-1


IFAS (1968-1969).


Agricultural
1963).


AREA,


VICTOR M


., M.D. (University


ARENSTEIN, GERALD LESLIE, Pharm.D.


of Spain)


(Universit


Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy (1972-
ARIET, MARIO, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Computing Center; Heal


fessor


Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist),


y of Cincinnati)
1972).

th Center Com-
rstrial and


Quincy, IFAS


Education
BAKER, ROY


(1972-1972)


(University c
is tant Dean,


(7952-1963).
M., M.D. (Emory University)


(1969


ARMAYOR, 0. KIMBALL, D. Phil.(Oxford Univ
Assistant Professor of History (1968-1968).
ARMSTRONG, ALLAN LEROY, M.D. (Universit


Clinical Instructor in


Medicine (1967-7967


ARNETT, WILLIAM TOBIAS, M.A. Arch.


Professor of Architecture;
Architecture and Fine Arts


Dean
(1933-


ARNOLD, CALVIN EUGENE, Ph.D. (
Assistant Professor of Fruit Crops
Horticulturist) IFAS, (1969-1969).


ARNOLD, LUTHER A., Ed.D. (Universi
Associate Professor of Education (1
ARRINGTON, LEWIS ROBERTS, Ph.D.


Professor and Animal


ASKA, DONALD Y. B.S. (University


Assistant in
IFAS (1972-


Agricultu
1972).


re (Marine


y of Virginia)


College of

State University)


of Washington)


Advisory


ASLAMI, MIR AZIM, M.D. (University of Ka
Afghanistan)
Instructor in Surgery (1972-7972).
ATKINSON, SAMUEL C., M.D. (Tulane Univ
Clinical Instructor in Surgery IHEP -
ATTAWAY, JOHN ALLEN, Ph.D. (Duke Univ
Associate Professor (Associate Chemist),


Agricultural Research
Alfred, (1959-1964).


and Education


AUFFENBERG, WALTER, Ph.D. (U


nivers


al C

iity (


Engineering (1966-1966).
BALDWIN, FLETCHER NATHANIEL, JR., LL.M.


Professor of Law


(1962-1968).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Agrici
(1967-1967).
SLDWIN, NANCY, Ed.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Education, P.
School (1970-1970).


ulfural Engineer) IFAS,

of Florida)


ILLARD, STANLY SUMNER, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Physics (1958-1971).


of Florida)


Program)


'ersity
(7969


BANCROFT, JOE W., JR.
Clinical Instructor in
(1971-1971).
BANKS, JOHN, M. Ed.


Teacher,


diversity of Miami)
and Gynecologyl/HEP


P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1972


Associate Professor of Community
Medicine (1962-1972).


)
-1969).


University Physician
BARANOWSKI, RICH
Connecticut)


/ersity)
IFAS, DC,
enter, Lake

)f Florida)


(1972-1972).


-1972).


Chicago)
I and Fam


of Rochester)


Professor (En tomologist), IFAS, Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Homestead
1. tb rt r / -f n* r- .'i


I h fh/ I


Associate


1971-1971).


-7971).


Professor


Urban


Clinical Professor of Pathology


puter Coordinator; Associate Pro
Systems Engineering (1967-1968).


of Indu


Research


Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatricsl/HEP


-1969).


Emeritus, (
1945).
Michigan
(Assistant


ty of Floridi
958-1958).
(University


Nutritionist, IFAS (1946-7967).


Laboratory

of California)


I





STAFF


AND FACULTY


BARINGER, GEORGE R., M.D. (Urn
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


versity of
(19717-79


Horticulturist),


972-71972).


diversity)
logy (1969-


Mi
7'U.


BARINGER, WILLIAM ELDON, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Social Sciences (7947-1949).


BARKSDALE, E.G., Ph.D. (Ohio


ssissspp,)

of Illinois)


State University)


Assistant Professor of Russian (972-972)


BARMORE, CHARLES


Assistant Professor (Assistant
(1972-1972L)


BARNARD, GEORGE
North Carolina)
Associate Professc


Chief,


Psychiatric Inpatient Unit (1963-1968).
BARNETT, RONALD DAVID, Ph.D. (Purdue


University)
Assistant


Professor (Assistant


IFAS, North Florida Experime


(7970-1970
BARREL, J.J.,


)


Assistant Professor of Psychology (7
BARRON, DONALD H., Ph.D (Yale Un


Professor in Obstetrics and
7969).


Cynecol


Lake Alfred,


BEACH, ROBERT O.
Director and Assistan
1llustfrations (1956-19
BEADLING, LESLIE W,,
Assistant Professor in
Gynecology//HEP (t9
BEAM, BURTON, JR., M,
Oregon)
Assistant Professor of


BEAM, LEWIS


Chnical Assistant


t Professor of Medical
62%.
MD. (Temple University)
Obstetrics and
77-19717.
B.A. (University of

Insurance (1970-1970).


1971
-7971).


BEARDSLEY, DANIEL WALDO, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


professor (Animal


Agricultural Research
(7949-7968.)


Agronomist,
nt Station


BEAUVAIS, UNE T., A
Instructor, College


Nutritionist) and


and Educatioi


Director, 1j
Ial Center,


Belle Glade


of Nursing t1968-1968%.


BECKER, CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D. (Unive


Professor of Pharmacy and
7967).


BECKER, JOHN EMIL,
Assistant Professor
1977)


Chairman


Ph.D., Ohio St
of Professional


ersity of Florida)
of Department (1947-


ate University)
Physical Education (971 -


BARRON, RODGER WILLIAM. B.A.


Instructor (Assistant in


Chemistry),


BEDNAREK,
of Bufialo)
Professor


DC, Agricultural Research and Educational
Center, Lake Alfred (1956-7956).


( 1963-7969.


ALEXANDER ROBERT. Ph.D. (U


of Mathematics and


Chairman


University

of Department


BARROW, MARK
Florida)


BARTON, PAULINE HINTON, Ed.D.


of Florida)
Associate ProfE
(1959-1965).
BARTZ, JERRY A.,
Wisconsin)


essor,


College o


B.S.B.A.


(University


BEEMAN, CARL EDGAR, Ed.D.


(1966-1969).


BARRY, CHRISTOPHER B., D.B.A. (Indiana University)
Assistant Professor of Management (7972-7972).
BARTHOLIC, JON F., Ph.D. (South Dakota


State University)
Associate Professor
IFAS (79717-977).


of Fruit


(Associate


Climatologist),


BARTLETT, THOMAS GEORGE, B.S.
Head Basketball Coach (1966-1966).
BARTLEY, ERNEST R., Ph.D. (University of
California)


Assistant Professor of Education


BEGGS, JOHN H.,


Clinical


Assistant


BEINHART, ERNEST G., Ph.D. (Duke


Professor,


U. S. Embassy,


Internati


onal Programs,


Salvador (7972-1972).


BEIRNE, RAYMOND MICHAEL, M.A.
Associate Professor of Englhsh (19'
BELKIN, DANIEL A. Ph.D. (University


Assistant


Professor


BELL, BRUCE H., D.M.D. tTufts


(


i4-7969%;
of Florida)
1961-7966).


University)


Professor and Chairman, Department
College of Dents try 1968-7 968).


BELL, ROBERT E., JR., M.D.


f Nursing


Chnical Assistant Professor


BELL, WILLIAM R., MD. (Duke


Clinical Associate


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Path-
ologist), IFAS (1969-1969).
BASS, RONALD K., Ph.D. (Michigan State Universit
Assistant Professor, Office of Dental Education, I
Dentistry (1972-1972).


BASSETT, MARK JULIAN, Ph.D. (University of


Assistant Professor, (Assistant Horticult
BATES, ROBERT PAREER, Ph.D. (M.I.T.)


Maryland)


urist) IFAS


(71970


of General

av School c


Dentistry,

)f Medicine)


of Psychiatry (7970-1970).


University)


Professor of Pediatrics (1969-7970).


BENDER, KENNETH J., Pharm.D,
California)
Assistant Professor of Clinical


(University of Southern

Pharmacy (1973-7973).


BENGTSON, GEORGE, Ph.D. (Yale University)


Associate


Forester,


Tennessee


BENNETT, GERALD THOMAS,


-7970).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Food Scientist),
(1967-1967).
BATES, ROGER GORDON, Ph.D. (Duke Uni-
versity)
Professor of Chemistry (7969-1969).
BATES, STANLEY RAYMOND, Ph.D. (University


of Florida)
Kesearch Instructor in
(1969-1970).


Materials


Science and Engineering


BATTISTE, MERLE ANDREW, Ph.D. (Columbia


University)
Professor


BAUGHMAN, RONALD A., D.D
College of Virginia)
Assistant Professor of Oral Pa


College


BAUMER, G. HARRY, III,


Director of Purchasing (1965-1966).
BAXTER, JOHN FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Johns-Hop-
kins); D.Sc. (Honorary) (Bethany)


Associate


Professor


of Law


Authority (1968-796t8.


J.D. (University


(1968-79771


of Florida)


BENNETT, ROBERT BROADHURST, Ph.D. (Purdue Unive


Professor of


BENNETT, S. FLEMING, B.S.L.S.
Assistant Director of Libraries (1964-1969).
BENNINGER, LAWRENCE J., Ph.D. (University
Professor of Accounting (1956-1959).
BENSON, ELLEN RENEE M.M.


Interim


BENSON.


Instructor in
I. ROBERT, M


Clinical Instructor in


BENSON, LESTER LEON, B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meteorologist), I
Agricultural Research and Educational Center,


7956-1956),


BENTLEY, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. University


of


Music


41972-7972tL


of Missouri)


FAS, NWS,
Lakeland,

I Wisconsin)


Professor of Soxial Sciences and Associate Dean,


College (1938-1970).
NTON, ROBERT T, II, LL.M.
Assistant Professor of Law (


University


7972).


BE


BERARDO. FELIX M,, Ph.D. (Flonda State University)


Associate


BERG, SANFORD V., Ph.D. (Yale


(Cornell University)


(1967-7967).


R.. Ph.D. (University of Florida)


., M.D. (University of


r of Psychiatry.


I, 1R., M.D. (Vanderbilt Universit


Professor of Pediatrics (1


Ph.D. (University of California)


V., M.D. (University of


Clinical Assistant Professor


of Medicine


M.D. (Unversity


Professor in Surge


Professor of Political


Minnesota)
Srv (1963-1967)


University)


Science (1949-1955).'


Ph.D. (University of


of Physiology


(Bowman-Gr.


Chem caI Engineering (1953-1953).


of Chemistry


(1967-1970).


.S. (Medical


of Dentistry (1971-1977).


Ithology


,D. (Washington Unwversity)
Surgery/JHEP (1971-7977).


Professor of Sociology (1969-7969).


I


Visiting


Professor of Chemistry


(7952-52).


University)





STAFF


AND FACULTY


BERNER, LEWIS,
Acting Directu
Professor of Z


Ph.D. (University of Florida)
r of Division of Biological S
oology and Entomology (196


:iences;
64-1970).


BLANK, HENRY S.,


Ur


M.D., J.D.


(Georg


diversity)
Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry (1


e Washington

968-1969).


BERNSTEIN,
Associate


Science and Ophthalmology
BERNSTEIN, STUART P., M.D. (i


Clinical Instructor in


Psychia


(1965-1970).


George
try (196


Washington University)
8-1968).


BLANTON, FRANKLIN S., Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Professor of Entomology (95


BLAZQUEZ,
Associate
IFAS, Agri


6-1956).


BERTRAND, JOSEPH E., Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)


Associate Professor (Associate


Agricultural Research


Center, l


Animal Scientist),
ay (1966-1966).


BLEIWEIS, ARNOLD S., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University)


Associate
Sciences;


Professor,


Microbiology,


Associate Bacteriologist,


College of Arts and
IFAS (1967-1972).


BESSENT, HATTIE, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).


BLEVINS, DONALD KING, Ph.D. (University of M


Interim


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (19


BETHEA, SALLYBROOK,
Associate Librarian, C


M.L.S.
'atalog


BLIGHT, BARRY J.N., Ph.
Professor of Statistics,


(1959-1970).


D. (London University)
IFAS (1972-1972).


BEVIS, HERBERT ANDERSON, Ph.D. (Univ
Associate Professor of Environmental E
(1961-1964).


BEYETTE, THOMAS
Austin)
Assistant Profess


C


BIEBER, JEROME B., Ph.D. (S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo)
Assistant Pofessor of History (1969-1969).
BIERY, JOHN CARLTON, Ph.D. (Iowa State Uni


INIAP,


'ersity of Fl
engineering


orida)
Sciences


exas at


versity)


Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chairman
Department (1971-1971).
BIGELOW, GORDON ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (Johns


Hopkins University).
Professor of English


BLOCK, ALBERT C., Ed.D. (University of Miami)
Assistant Professor of Education (1966-1967).
BLOCK, ALAN JAY, M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)


Assistant Professor


of Medicine and


AnesthesiologylVA
BLOCK, GERTRUDE HECT, M.A.


Instructor in


English


(1967-1967).


BLOCK, SEYMOUR STANTON, Ph.D. (Pen


University)


of the


(1951-1967).'


BIGGS, ROBERT HILTON, Ph.D. (Purdue
Professor of Fruit Crops (Biochemist),


(1957-1969).
BIGGS THOMAS
University Atto


University)


S., JR., L.LB.,B
rney (1969-1969)


BILLEN, DANIEL A., Ph.D. (Uni
Research Professor of Radia


and Medical


Microbiology.


BILLINGS, CHARLES


M.A.


diversity of Te
tion Biology
(1966-1966).


Instructor of English (1971-7971).
BINCHAM, HAL G., M.D., (University of Ka
Professor of Surgery and Chief of Plastic


ana Keconstructive Surgery


7( 972-7972).


BISHOP, BERNAYS, M.P.H.
Assistant Professor in Physical Education
1962-1967).


BISHOP, JOHN P., Ph.D. (Texas


Visiting Assistar
Programs, IFAS,


BITTER, LINDA


nnessee)
and of Immunology


insas)


and Golf Coach


A & M University)


Ecuador (1972-1972).


L., M.P.H. (Univ


e


Instructor of Physical Education


BITZER, E.


WEST, M.D., (University


Clinical Assistant Professor in Su


BLACK


Interim


A. CLIFTON, J.D.


Instructor of Law


rsity o
(7977


f Florida)
-71971).


of Virginia)
rgery (1966-1969).


Professor of


Chemical Engineering


nsylvania


State


(1944-1966).


BLODGETT, RALPH HAMILTON, Ph.D. (University
Ivania)
Professor of Economics (1950-1950).


BLOOD, ARTHUR M., h
Clinical Instructor in


BLOODWORTH, BERTHA ERNESTINE, Ph.D. (University
Florida)


Assistant Professor


of English


BLOODWORTH, SHIRLEY
Instructor, College of Nursing


BLOODWORTH, THOMAS H., M.A.
Assistant Director of Personnel (1963-1977).
BLOOM, GERALD EDWARD, M.D. (University o
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (1968-1970).


BLUE, RICHARD ARTHUR, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Physics (1966-1966).


of


BLUE, WILLIAM GUARD, Ph.D. (University of M
Professor (Soil Biochemist), IFAS (1950-1963).


BLUME, ROBERT ALLEN, Ph.D.


Associate


Professor of Educa


(University
tion, (1969-


BLYTHE, RUDOLPH H., Pharm. D. (Columbia
Assistant Dean, College of Pharmacy, and
of Pharmacy (1967-1970).


BOCK, DOUGLAS GREGORY, Ph.D.


of Pennsy-


,f Maryland)

Wisconsin)

issouri)


of Michigan)
1972).


University)
Associate Professor


(Southern Illinois Unive


Assistant Professor of Speech (1971-1971).


BOCK, E.


university of Florida)
(71972-1972).


BLACK, BRUCE A., M.D. (University
Clinical Instructor in SurgeryllHE


BLACK, FRANKLIN O., M.D.


Associate


Professor of Sur


of Florida)
P (1971-17972).


(University of Mis
gery (7971-7971).


,souri)


BLACK, HAROLD A., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


Assistant Professor of Economics (1971
BLACKBURN, ROBERT D., M.S.


Associate
USDA, Ag
(1960-196


Professor (Associate
ricultural Research C


-7977).


Agronomist),
:enter, Ft. Lau


WILBUR, Ph.D. (Southern Illinois Universit


Assistant Professor of Sociolog)
BOCK, EMILY HOPE, Ph.D. (Iowa


Interim
Professc


BOCK,


'(1963-1971).
State University)


Assistant Professor of Logic and
)r of Speech (7972-1973).


MARTHA R., M.A.T.


Interim Teacher,


BODINE,
Associa


Assistant


Yonge Laboratory School (1972


-1972).


WILLIS RAMSEY, JR., M.M.
te Professor of Music (1959-1967).


BOEWADT, ROBERT J., Ph.D. (Michigan State Un
Assistant Professor of Marketing (1970-1970).


IFAS.
derdale


7).


BLAIR, BILLY R., M.A.T.
Coordinator of Special
Education (1970-1970).


BOLCH, WILLIAM EMMETT, Ph.D. (University


Associate


(1966-1970).


Programs,


Division


of Continuing


BOLDUC, JOSEPH ELROY, Ed.D. (I
Assistant Professor of Education


of


diversity)

California)


Sciences


University of
(71969-1969).


Professor (Associate


Research


Mechanical Engineer),


A


IFAS,
Llfred


BLAIR, ROGER DUNCAN, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-1970).


Associate


; Professor of


(1970-1970).


E, DOUGLAS A., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor of French (1963-1968).


JERALD J., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Neuroscience and of Anatomical


CARLOS H., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist),
cultural Research Center, Immokafee (19


66-1966).


KENT, Ph.D. (University of T

ir of English (1969-1969).


4.D. (Emory University)
Psychiatry (1968-1970).


(1961-1961).

(1968-1968).


it Professor, International


and Educational Center, Lake


Professor of Environmental Engineering


Dean, College of Architecture and Fine Arts
Music (1948-1966).
)ND, JAMES W., M.D. (Indiana University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery/]HEP


ichigan)
72-1972).


I


i i. n i r i..l .. ..n.: In--i


i





STAFF


AND FACULTY


BORUCHOW, IRWIN C., M.D.
Assistant Professor of Surger


BC


)SS, BBARARA JANET, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursi


(Georgetown University
v (1968-179701


BREDAHL, A. CARL, Ph.D (Pittsburgh
Assistant Professor of English (1970-


BREIVOG.I, WILLIAM


ng (1977-1971?.


BOSTWICK, JAMES BURDETTE, B.A.
Coordinator of Special Programs, Division
Education (1969-1969).
BOUDIN, HENRY MORTON, Ph.D. (University


Assistant


BOWERS,


Professor


(1970-1970r


)f Continuing

of Michigan)


JAMES RALPH, M.L.S.


Assistant Librarian,


Reference and


Bibliography


(1972-1972).


BOWERS, JOHN ALFRED, M.D. (Medical College of Virginia)
Clinical Assistant ProesistantProfessor of PediatncsHEP (1971-971


BOWERS, ROBERT HOOD, JR., Ph.D. (Yale


Unive


Professor of English and Curator of Rare Books
BOWES, GEORGE, Ph.D. (University of London)
Assistant Professor of Botany (1973-7973)


BOWLES, RICHARD WILLIAM, M.S.
Professor of Music (1958-1967).
BOWMAN, EARL K., B.S. (Virginia P
Associate Industrial Engineer; US
IFAS, 11957-7957).


rsity)
f7946-


olytechnic Institute)


;DA,


Associate


Professor.


BOWMAN, JOHN F., D.M.D. (Tufts University)


Professor and Chairman,
Denture Prosthodontics,


Comple
College


te
of Dei


BOWMAN, THOMAS THEODORE, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (197


Assistant


FRANCIS,


lHN D., M.S.
of Building Construction


University)
1970).


d.D. iRutgers University)
( 966-1966).


BRELAND, HERMAN LEROY, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assote Professor Soil Chemist). IFAS (1952-1966).
BRENDEMUEHL, RAYMOND HUGO, Ph.D.,(Iowa State


University)
Associate


Forester,


U.S. Dept.


of Agriculture.


BREY, WALLACE, SIEGFRIED, JR., Ph.D.
Pennsylvania)
Professor of .henmistry (1952-1964


BREZONIK, PATRICK LEE, Ph.D.


1955;.


Associate


(1966-1970).


BRIDGES, CHARLES MARTIN. JR., Ed.D.


Tennessee)
Associate


Professor,


(University


versity of Wisconsin)
Engineering Sciences


(University


(1966-1966t


BRIGHAM, EUGENE F., Ph.D. (University of California at
Berkelevy


Graduate


Resear< h


BRILL, THOMAS


Clinical


BRINSON, CARYL ANN,


ntistryv 1969-1972),
Tulane Universitv)
0-1970i.


Instructor m


BRISTOR, J(
Professor


M.. M.D. ~University


of Michigani


(1959-19771.


M.A.T.


19717-1971;.

1 963-1971t.


BOYCE,J.R., M.A.
Assistant Professor


of Architecture


(197119771


BRODERSEN, ARTHUR JAMES, Ph.D.


(U university


Associate Protesior of Electrical Engineering


of California)
1966-7969y


BOYCE, RICHARD P., Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Biochemistry (7971-1971 L


BOYD, CHARLES
Clinical Associa


W., M.D. (Tulane University)
ite in Ophthalmology (1966-


of Michigan)


Agrkiultu
70- 1970).


IFAS (1965-1969).


BRODKORB, PIERCE, Ph.D. (University


Professor


ot Zoology (1946-19551


BRODNAX, HENRY DOSS,


1966i.


BOYD, CLIFFORD ALLEN, Ed.D. (Boston University
Dean, College of Physical Education. Health and
and Professor of Professional Physical Education
BOYD, FREDERIC TILGHMAN, Ph.D. (University of
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1938-1959).*


Assistant Professor in
(1968-1968).


journalism and


)


Recreation
(1950-7970;.


Wisconsin)


Communications


BOYKIN, WILLIAM HENRY, JR.. Ph.D. tStanford
Associate Professor of Engineering Science,


and Aerospace Engineering;
Engineering; Associate Profe
Engineering (1967-1972).
BRADBURY, ROBERT WESLEY,


Professor of Economics,
(1950-1952).


Assistant


Research and Educational Center,


Professor (Associate


BRADLEY, R
Georgia)
Associate


Coll


University)
Mechanics,


Instruc tor,
L'SDA, IFA


food and Res
S~ 1966-7966)


BROGDON, JAMES EDISOI
Professor (Entomologist
BROLMANN, JOHANNES B
Florida)


of Michigan)


JR.. M.S. (University of Georgia)
source Economics Department,

N, M. AGr.
IAS i1955-1966t.


(University


Assistant Professor (Assistant Legume Breeder) IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, Ft. Pierce (17969-1969 ,
RONOWITZ, RICHARD Ph.D. (University of Flonrda


Interim


Technology
Professor


Instructor of


Mathematics 1972-7972j.


'WARREN,


of Zoology and


BROOKE, DONALD LLOYD, Ph.D. (University of
Professor, Food and Resource Economics Dep
(1946-1962t


JAMES


Assistant


Postdoctoral
BROOKEMAN,
Scotlandi


Associate


(University


Professor uf Physical Sciences and


Associate in


Physics


ANNE.


Professor of


Ph.D. (California


artment,


of St. Andrews,


(19717-7972.


Ph.D. (Universit


Radiation


Biophysics i


BRADSHAW, JAMES PHILIP, M.A., M.S. in L.S.
Associate Professor of English (71946-1959).
BRADY, ALLEN R., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Visiting Professor of Zoology (7972-1972).
BRADY, LOUIS P., M.D. (Emory University)


Professor


of Surgery (7964-


RAYMOND, M.S.A.


tor, Food and Resource
IFAS (7969-1969),


Professor (Head,
(f7927-1956).


7970 .


A( ademic


(University


Economics


(Cornell


Universitvi


Development


AN PAULK, M.S.
Professor of Architecture 7967-1967).


Coordinator of Special
Education (1958-1966).


Programs,


Division


of Continuing


;OOKS, HAROLD KELLY, Ph.D. (Harvard Universityi
Professor of Geology 1956-197T .
;OOKS, JAMES KEITH, Ph.D. Ohio State Universitmv
Professor of Mathematics 1(967-1972J


BROOKS,


Assistant Librarian, Acquisitions (7966-1966L


university)


of Wisconsin


Professor (Entomologyst) IFAS, Agricultural Research
Educational Center, Lake Alfred 1960-19771


Clinical Instructor in


Instructor. Food and
DC. (1963-7966).


. (Louisville University)
Medicine (1967-1967).


Resource


Economics


Department,


Teacher, P K


(1963-19681.


BROWN,


University)


Yonge


Dean of University


(1970-7970;.


Co lIlee


(University c
and Proftessor


if Wisconsin)
of Education


of Education


Professor of Education


Professor Environmental


College of Education


Professor (1971-7971 7


Professor of Pediatrics


Comprehensive Logic


Associate Professor, Electrical
ssor, Industrial and Systems

Ph.D. (University of Michigan
ege of Business Administration


Professor (Assistant Food Scientist) IFAS.


Lake Alfred (19


Microbiology <1955-1968i


Parasitologist),


Associate


vy ot St. Andrews,

1968-1972;.


Department,


Programmer


Associate Professor of Music


IFAS,


*


l_


~~


.. . .
,


__ .





STAFF


AND FACULTY


BROWN, HENRY CLAY, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Chemistry (1 952-1956).


BROWN,


JAMES ALBE RT M.S.


(University


of Florida)
Professor of

of Georgia)


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Econonmics


Department, IFAS


BROWN, JEAN W
Instructor, P. K.
BROWN, WILLIAM
York)


Assistant Professor


(1971-1971).


BURNS, JAMES FRANKLIN, Ph.D.


(Massachusetts Institute of


Technology)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
and Associate Director, Division of Planning and Analysis
(1966-1969).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal


Yonge Laboratory
I SAMUEL, Ph.D. (


School (71967-1968)


State


of Speech (1968


Professor and
(1966-1969).


University


-71970).


(Kansas


State)


Instruction, IFAS


of New


Center Director, IFAS, USDA, Bro
Station (1957-1957).


Professor (Ornamental


Research


BUSBY,
Profe


BROYLE5, ARTHUR AUGUSTUS, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Physics and Physical Sciences (1949-1961%).
BRUEGGEMAN, WILLIAM B., Ph.D. (Ohio State University
Assistant Professor of Finance (1970-1970).
BRUNN, ALICE LEFLER, M.S. in L.S.


Assistant Librarian,
(1972-1972).


Engineering


and Physical Science


Center,


Ft. Lauderdale (1962-1969


JOE NEIL, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
ssor, Dean for Cooperative Extension 2


(1947-1970).
BUSBY, WALTER A., Ed.D. (Michigan State Univ
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1968).


Interim


Assistant Professor of Sou


Communications (1972-1972).


Professor of History


Interim


Professor (Associate


RIS, Ph.D. (Cornell
Horticulturist) Aer


and Educational Center, Homestead


Assistant


University)
cultural Research


1964-1964).


(1963-1968).


PETER STERLING, M.L.S.
Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1


JSK, GAIL SUSAN, M.Ed. (University of
Instructor of Architecture (1968-1968).


3ERT ARMISTEAD, Ph.D. (University of I
Vice President and Professor of English


DAVID WESLEY, Ph.D.


(Rutgers


I


Assistant Professor of Fruit Crops, (Assistant
Horticulturist), IFAS, (1967-196 7)


Kentucky)
(1957-1971).


University)


Assistant Professor, IFAS, D
Educational Center, Lake AI


C, Agricultural Re
lfred (1967-1967).


WILLIAM C., M.D. (lefferson


'search


Medical


Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics/lHEP
(1964-1971).


College)


(University of
Associate P
College of


Michigan)


professor a
Dentistry


nd Chairman, Endodontics,
(1969-7969).


BUCK, DOUGLAS LLOYD, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant
IFAS (1965-1965).


of Agricult


STITH, ML.S.
Reference and


munications Specialist)


ural Engineering


Bibliography


of Minnesota)
, IFAS


(1968-1968).


N, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
and Research Professor (1946-1957).


JTLER, GEORGE BERGEI
Professor of Chemistry


Associate


and Chairman, Department of Public Relatic
BUTLER, JERRY FRANK, Ph.D. (Cornell Univers
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist)
BUTLER, NEIL A., M.N. (University of Florida)


Instructor in
(1971-7197).


Assistant


Community


Librarian,


Health and


NVILLE, M.L.S.
Reference and


Family


ons (1966-1972).


ity)
MFAS


(1968-1968).


Medicine


Bibliography


(71968-71968).


Curator of Anthropology,


Florida State


(Oxfor


Museum (1952-1952).


(University
(1969-1969)


Connecticut)


CROSSLY,


Associate Professor (Associate


Research
BULLOCK, 1
Associate
Professor
BUNTING, [
Associate


of Kansas)


Ph.D. (University of


Entomologist) IFAS


Agricultural


Center, Ft. Pierce (1961-1961).
'HOMAS EDWARD JR., Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering; Associate
of Nuclear Engineering Sciences (1966-1969).
)ONALD CHARLES, M.S.
Professor of Physical Sciences (1948-1971).


(Come


nist) IFAS Agricultural R(
Belle Glade (1955-1968).


JRDINE, HOWARD V
Professor (Soils Chei
Educational Center,


F., B.S. (U. S.


Naval


Assistant Professor of Naval Science


IIl


Academy)


(1972-1972).


BURGESS, PAUL P, L. Th., M.S.P.H. (University
Carolina)


Assistant


Professor


Professor of Architecture and
Architecture (1967-1969).


U university)
Professor of
Marketing (1


Marketing and
'955-1958).


Chairman


Chairman


Director, University Personnel Relations (1963-1965).
BYRNES, LINDA JOHNSON, M.S. (Florida State Universe
Instructor in Communicative Disorders (1977-1971).


Associate


University)
search and


Professor of English


Associate Professor, Division of
Associate Professor of Patholog


(University of Florida)
(1961-1970).
diversity of Leyden, The


Biological Sci
y (1961-1967).


Chairman and Professor, Department of Communicative


Disorders,


Gynecology (1970


-1970).


CADE,


BURGIS, DONALD STAFFORD, M.S.A.


Associate Professor (Associate
Research and Educational Cen
BURKE, FENTON, M.D. (National


Clinical Associate P
BURKE, HERBERT, JR.,
Clinical Associate P


BURNS, JAMES ALTON, D., Phil
Professor of Law (1968-1968).


Horticulturist)
ter, Bradenton


IFAS, Agricutural
(1946-1969).


University


atry


(1972-7972).


University)
ne/lHEP (1977-19717)
rd University)


Professor of Speec


JAMES R.,


M.D. (Univers


Professor and Chief of Renal


:h, (1960-1965).
ity of Texas)
Medicine (1967


of Continuing Education (1968-1972).


Co-Director, Student


Community Ps
(1967-1968.)
CALDERWOOD
of Pennsylvania)


5ychiatry; Asso

, HUGH W., V.


temple University)
Health Service; Coordinator,


ciate Professor of Psychiatry.


oksville


Husbandsman) and


Beef Cattle


Research


Agricultural
erice).

Services, IFAS


rnalism


972-1972).


Assistant Librarian,


Professor of journalism and Communications


of Department of


of Department of


of Obstetrics and


ences and


professorr of Psychii
M.D. (Vanderbilt
professorr of Medici


-1971).


Dean


Mental


I












CALFEE, LENORA M., M.S.
Assistant Librarian, Engineering and
Physical Science (1971-7971).
CALHOUN, FRANK G., Ph.D. (University of Florid
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soil Taxonomist),
(1971-1977).


Director of the


of Anthropology


Center for Latin


(1962-1970).


American


ersity)
Studies


CASAGRANDE, JEAN, Ph.D. (University of Indian,
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and
(1968-7968).


and Professor


Linguistics


CALLAHAN, PHILIP S., Ph.C
Professor (Entomologist)


Behavior R
CALLOWAY,
University)


Associate


Development), IFAS, (1968-19
CALVERT, DAVID VICTOR, Ph.D.
Associate Professor (Associate
Agricultural Research Center, F


researchh


). (Kansas State


IFAS, USDA Insect


(Iowa


University)


Attractant


State University)


Soil Chemist), IFAS
t. Pierce (1961-1968).


CAMPBELL. CARL WALTER, Ph.D. (Purdue
Professor (Horticulturist) IFAS, Agricultt


I


)68-1970).
uthern Ca


CASEY, ER
Clinical


NEST R., JR.,
Associate in


CASEY, JOHN T,, M.S. (Unive
Assistant Director, Shands
(7972-1972),


CASSELMAN, THEORN


Associate


(George
halmoloi


Teaching


A


IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Belle Glade (1960-7970).


CASSIDY,


University)
ral Research


LELIABELLE, M.S.L.S.


Assistant Librarian


CASSIN,


and Educational Center, Homestead (1960-1970).
CAMPBELL, CARL WALTER, Ph.D. (Purdue University)


Professor (Horticulturist), Sub
Station (1960-1970).
CAMPBELL, HUGH DANIEL, Ph.D


Columbia)
Assistant Professor of


Nuclear


(1968-1968).
CAMPBELL, KENNETH EUGENE, IR.,


Associate in


tropical Experiment


. (University

Engineering


Sciences


Research Instructor in Ophthalmology


CASSIN,


Professor


(Texas


Washington University)
.v (1961-1967).


Hospital and


agricultural E
Educational


Clinics


Engineer)
Center,


-1970).


(1970


SIDNEY, Ph.D. (University of Texas)


of Physiology


CASTEEL, JAMES DOYLE. Ph.D. (Peabody


Associate Professor of Educatn


CATANZARO, RONA
Clinical Associate


CATES, ROBERT PAUL,


Florida


State Museum (1972-1972).


CAMPBELL, LINDSEY D., M.D. (Bowman-Gray
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 1


of So


CANFIELD, ALBERT A., Pt
Professor of Education


Interim


CATO, JAMES


Instructor in


CAREY,


Instructor (Assistant in Food and


USDA, IFAS


ihfornia)


(1969-1969).


CATON, DONALD M.D.
Assistant Professor of


in Obstetrics and


Gyn


Medical


University)


on 11969-19691.
(Washington U
Psychiatry (196


university)
9-1969).


1971),


Economics),


Assistant


School,


It Professor

North)


Resource


CARANSOS, CONSTANCE, M.S.
Instructor of Communicative


CARANASOS, GEORGE J., M.D
Assistant Professor in Medici
CARITHERS, CORNELIA M., M.


(University


of Wisconsin)


Disorders (1969-1969).


. (Johns Hopkins
ine (1965-1968).


Univi


Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics/IHEP


University)

ersity)
(1971-1971


Assistant Professor in


Surgery 11970-1970).


CENTIFANTO, YSOLINA M., Ph.D. (University


Associate Professor of Ophthalmology
and Medical Microbiology (1966-1972).
CENTER, DOUGLAS A., Ph.D. (University


Interim


CERDA, JAMES J., M.D.
Associate Professor o


(University of Maryland)
)f Medicine (1972-7972).


and of


CARLISLE, VICTOR WALTER, Ph.D. (University
Associate Professor (Associate Soil Chemist).
(1947-1967).


CARLSON,
U. S. Army
Assistant


EARL C., t

Professor


,(Boston


of Military


Science


(1971-1977).
CARNELL, CORBIN SCOTT, Ph.D. (University


Associate


Professor of English (1958-1968).


CARNES, JAMES JEROME, A.B.
Head Track Coach (1964-7964).
CARPENTER, JAMES WOODFORD, Ph.D. (University~


Professor (Meat Scientist), IFAS


Professor of Speech


Associate


(1953-19717)


(1971-19711).


CARR, ARCHIE FAIRLY, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Graduate Research Professor of Zoology and Cur
Zoological Sciences, Florida State Museum (1937


CARR, GLENNA DODSON, Ed.D. (
Assistant Professor of Education


Colonel,


CERUTTI. PETER A., M.D.. Ph.D. lUniversity of Zurich?


Professor and


Chairman


CESARE, BURTON LEO,


Assistant


of Biochemistry


M.LS.


Librarian, Special


CHAFIN, MOSES BENTON, M.P.H.


Assistant Professor


CHALMERS,


(1971 -1971).


Collections (1970-1970).


of Physical Education (1964-1968)


DAVID MARK., Ph.D. (Rochester


Professor of History (7955-1967.
CHAMBERS, DERRELL L., Ph.D. (Oregon Stale
Professor of Entomology, IFAS (1972-1972).


CHAMPION, JOHN MILLS, Ph.D. (Purdue


of Florida)

Nisconsin)


ator of


Chairman


and Professor


Profess.


Administration;


CHANCE, JEAN C., B.S.J.
Instructor of Journalism


CHANCE, JEAN C.
Assistant Profess
(71969-7972).


-1959).


University of
(71952-7959).


Professor of Physics and Astronomy (1958-1


CARR, WILLIAM E. S., Ph.D. (Duke


Associate
CARRERA,


Associate


e Professor of Zoology ('
FRANK, III, M.D. (Emory


Professor


University)
7965-1966).
University)


of Pediatrics and


Psychiatry


university)

University)


of Health and Hosp ital
)r Management 71964-7969t.

and Communications (1969-7969,


M.A.
,or of Journahlsm


CHANG, RICHARD TAIWON,


Associate


Professor


of Histo


University


Ph.D. (University
rvy, (7966-970).


(Iowa State


of Florida)
66).


Agricultural Research
(1951-1965).


(1960-1970).


CHAPMAN, WILLIS HARL
Agronomist and Center
Educational Center, Qu


CHELLEMI,
Associate


S. JOHN, D.D.S
Professor of 0


Center


and Educational


Dire
incy


if Mtchigant

University


Director,


Center, IFAS


'c tor, Agncultural
(1942-1959).


Research


. (University of Pennsylvania)
ral Diagnosis and Radiology.


h and


College


Laboratory


(1969-1969).


Professor (Extension Home Economist, Program


Carolina State


Professor (Associate


I.F.A.S. (1970-


1970).


(Simmons College)


Natural Sciences,


(1957-1969.


\LD J., M.D.
Professor of


University)


J. D. (University of Florida)
Comprehensive Logic (1971-


Anesthesiology and
ecology S1969-1969).


Immunology


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (19


of Michigan)


72-719


72).


and Communications


68).


I


w


\


1












CHENETTE, EUGENE
Professor of Electri


(University of Minnesota)
eering (1966-1972).


CHESBOROUGH, LOWELL D., Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor
(1972-1972).
CHESNEY, JACQUELI
Instructor, College


of Real Estate and


of Nursing


CHEVES, FOREST A., M.S.
Associate in Chemistry


(1972


Urban


-1972).


L


of Minnesota)
and Studies


At V.A.1


Hospital (1967-1971).


CLUBOK, ALFRED B., Ph.D. (University


Associate


CLUFF, LEIGHTON
Professor and Ct
(1966-1966).


(1961 -1970).


CHILDERS, DONALD GENE, Ph.D. (University
California)


Professor


of Southern


(1965-1968).


CHILDERS, WILLIAM COLE, Ph.D. (University


Professor of English


(1959-1969)."


CHIOU, GEORGE C. Y., Ph.D., (Vanderbilt
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology (1 9
CHOATE, RUSH EDGAR, M.S.A.


Professor of Agricultu


ral Engineering,


hairr


Michigan)
ostic Radiology


Michigan)
(1958-1964).


M.D. (George Washington
man of the Department of


COBB, BARBARA ANN, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (19
COBB, THOMAS CARTER, J.D.


Interim


Assistant Professor of Law


(7968-71970).
COFFELT, JAMES A., Ph.D. (Universit,
Assistant Professor of Entomology,


University)
'69-1969).


COGGINS, DEBORAH R., M.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor of


IFAS (7947-1959).


CHRISTENSEN, BENT AKSEL, Ph.D. (University


Professor of Civil Engineering (19
CHRISTIAN, MILTON BURKE, M.Ed.


63-7965).


Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic


of Minnesota)


COGGINS,
Associate
Student


Medicine


71-1971).

v & Assistant Dean


of Wisconsin)
IFAS (1971-1971).


(Duke University)
f Psychiatry (1959-1969).


,WILMER, i., M.D. (Duke Un
e Professor of Medicine and
Health (1962-1967).


COHEN, EDWIN, Ph.D. (Iowa State


(11964-1970).


Associate


Professor of Clinical


diversity)
Director, Department


University)


Psychology and Psychology


CHRISTIANSEN, KENNETH


A., Ed.D.


(University


Professor of journalism and Communications,


Director of Education Television
of Broadcasting (1959-1972).


and Chairman,


CHRISTMAS, ROBERT BRUCE, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor in Poultry Husbandry, IFA2
CH'U CHAUNCEY CHENG-HSI, Ph.D. (Universit
Assistant Professor of Chinese and Linguistics


CHUDNOVSKY, NATALIO,


Assistant


Professor of


S,
y


Missouri)

Department

fFlorida)
(1960-1972).
of Texas)


(1969-71969).


M.D. (University of Buenos


Psychiatry


CHUN, PAUL W., Ph.D. (University


Associate Professor in


Biochemis


CHURCHILL, DONALD B., B.S.
Associate Professor (Associa
IFAS, Agricultural Research
Glade (79717-797).
CICATIELLO, JULIAN S.A., M.A


Director of Nursing Servic
Clinics, Assistant Dean for
CIMINO, LOUIS E., M.D. (St.


te
& i


(1971-1971).


of Missouri)
try (1966-1970).
:higan State Universi
;ricultural Engineer),
cation Center, Belle


., M.ED


es-Shand
Nursing


s Teaching
Practice.


Louis University)


Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1
CLARK, ANTHONY JAMES, Ph.D. (Denver Ur
Assistant Professor of Speech (1969-1969).
CLARK, EDWARD BOWIE, JR., M.A.


Assistant Professor of Education (
CLARK, FRED, M.S.A. (University of I
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (195
CLARK, HAROLD BROWN, Ph.D. (U
Professor, Food and Resource Ecc
(1958-1958).7
CLARK, IRA GRANVILLE, Ph.D. (Nor


Aires)


COHEN, HOWARD LIONEL, Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and A
(1968-1968).
COHEN, LOUIS DAVID, Ph.D. (Duke University)


Chairman
of Psychol


and Professor of Clinical
ogy (1962-1962).


COHEN, MORTIMER, Ph.D. (Ur


Professor (Plant Pathologis
Research Center, Ft. Pierce
COHEN, ROBERT J., Ph.D. (Ya


Assistant Professor
COHEN, ROBERT S.,


ty)S
USDA,


Interim


of Biocl
M.A.


t),
(1


Psychology;


diversity of Min
IFAS Agricultu
956-1968).


tie University)
chemistry (17977


Assistant Professor of French


COKER, JOHN L., M.D., D.D.S. (University


nesota)
ral


-1971).


(1971-1971).


of Pennsylvania)


Clinical Assistant Professor of Dental Surgery (7961-1969).


COLBURN, DAVID RICHARD, Ph.D. (University
Carolina)


Hospital


Assistant Professor


COLE, MOSES MCWILLIE, B


962-1969).


of Social Sciences (1972-1972).


.S. (Mississippi State Univ


ersit


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist) IFAS (1966-


COLE, THOMAS WINSTON, Ed.D.


diversity)


y)
1966).


(University


Professor in Educational Administration


Dean of Academic Affairs
(1971-1972).


1966-1971).


COLGATE, SAMUEL ORAN, Ph.D.


of Technology)
Associate Professor of


university of Kentuck
mnomics Departmeni


thwestern


Associate Professor of English (1972-1972).


CLARK, PHILLIP


, Ed.D. (Western


Mv


Assistant Professor of Education


CLARK


VERNON


Professor of Law (7 946-
CLARKE, BERTA LOI, M.A.


Assistant


Librarian,


Catalog


ichigan
(7972-7


972).


IFAS


University)


for Instructional Services


(Massachusetts Institute

y (1959-1966).


Chemistr


)LLETT, WILLIAM K., D.D.S., M.S. (Pittsburgh U
Professor and Chairman, Department of Radiol
of Dentistry, and Professor, Department of
Radiolovgy, College of Medicine (1968-1971).


'JI


COLLIER, COU RTLAND
Assistant Professor of


Civil Engineering


COLLINS, CLYDE M., M.D. (Medical


College


Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgeryll


COLLINS,
Assistan


(1970-7970).


CLARKE, CARL T., Ph.D. (University of Flori
Director, Marriage and College Life Prolp
Professor of Psychology (1964-1970).
CLARKSON, MARK HALL, Ph.D. (University


Professor of Engineering Science, M
Aerospace Engineering (1967-1961).


CLAYBROOK, SANDRA


ANN


?et,


DOROTHY E., M.A.
t Professor of Socia


COLLINS, GEORGE H., M.D. (
Professor of Pathology and
COMBS, ARTHUR WRIGHT, F


Associate


of Texas)


'echanics and


, M.S. (University


university)
ogy, College


(1961-1967).


HEF


of Georgia)
7(1970-1970).


(University of Chicago)
l Work in Psychiatry (1966-1969).
(University of Vermont)
Medicine (1962-1969).


Professor of Education (1954-1954).


COMBS, GEORGE El
Professor (Animal


of Tennessee)


Assistant Protessor (Extension Home Economist),
(1971-1971).


CLAYTON, JOE EDWARD, M.S
Associate Professor (Associ;


IFAS, Agncultu
Belle Glade (19


CLEARMAN,


ral Research
)65-1965).


JERRY D., B.S


ate Agricultural Engineer)
and Educational Center,


sissippi State University)


Nutritionist)


COMBTON, H.D., M.S.
Visiting Professor of Architecture (


CONKLIN, JAMES BYRON, JR.,


of Technology)
Associate Professor of
CONNER, H. HENRY, M.f


Instructor in


Journalism


Sc.D,


IFAS (1951-1967).


1971-1971).
(Massachusetts Institute


Physics (1964-1971).


and Communications and


Producer-Director, Television Station


CrNNFNR I


WUFT (1966-1972).


WAYNE


of Electrical Engineering


Professor of Political Science


-V.A.1 (1968-1968).


SIndiana)


astronomy


Professor


C(


LJ


SI" -


,
. .
,
... .
,
. .. ,


UI











Associate Professor of Physics


ersity of Chicago)
972-1972).


CONOVER, CHARLES ALBERT, Ph.D.


Orn


(University of Gec
mental Horticult


Interim


)rgia)
urist)


Director, Agricultural Research and Educational
,pka, IFAS (1963-1971).


CONOVER, ROBERT ARMINE. Ph.D. (University


Agricultural Research
(1947-1962).


CONRAD, JOSEPH F
Professor (Animal
IFAS (19717-197).


anrd Educational Center,


Ph.D. (Purdue


Tropical


Teacher,


CRAGO, JOHN A., M.D
Clinical Instructor in


Yonge Laboratory School (1972-1972).
. (Cornell University)
Medicine (1959-1959).


CALL, JAMES MONROE, Ph.D. (University


Professor (Plant Pathologist) and


Agricultu


Homestead,


University)
Animal Science,


CONRADT, DAVID PAUL, Ph.D. (Brown University)


COOPER, JANET E.,


Science (1968-1968).


and Afro -Americai


ew Jersey
Methods,


College
College


(University


ral Research


Center, Lee


of Missouri)


Center Dire'
"sburg


CRAMER, JOHN W., Ph.D. (University of Wiscor
Associate Professor in Pharmacology and The
(1967-1967).
CRANDALL, CATHERINE ANN, Ph.D. (Purdue U
Assistant Professor of Pathology (1960-1972).


CRANDALL, RICHARD B., Ph.D. (Purdue


of Iowa)
n Studies

of Dentistry)


:onsin)


L


Associate Professor Immunology and M
(1960-1970).
CRANE, JAMES D., M.D. (Duke University)


lnivers
medical


Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatricsl/HEP


CRANNEY, ADELBERT
Minnesota)


ctor. IFAS,

Isin)
rapeu tics

university)


ity)
Microbio


(1971-1971).


GARR, JR..


Associate Professor of English and Education and
of Reading and Study Skills Center (7966-1969).
CRAPS, JOHN ELLIS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins Universil
Assistant Professor of German (1939-1952)1.


CRAVEN, ROY C., JR.,
Director, University


Pediatrics (1969-1972).


Gallery;


Director


Professor of Art (1954-1967).


CRAVENS, SALLY ANN, M.S.
Assistant Librarian, Documents (1967-1967).


University)
M.Sc. Professor
of Agriculture,
COVER, MARY


Interim


State


r (Parasitologist) IFAS,
(1968-1968).


CREEL, AUSTIN


Florida Department


Art (71972-7972).


BOWMAN,


Associate Professor
CREVASSE, LAMAR E.,


Professor of Medicine and


Medical Programs and
(1959-1969).


Con


Ph.D. (Yale University)


Professor, (Agricultural Engineer)
Research and Educational Center,


COPPOCK, JOHN ANDREW, I
Professor (Agricultural Engi
CORNELIUS, CHARLES EDWA
California)
Professor (Physiologist) and
Veterinary Medicine, IFAS (
CORNELIUS, D. KIM, B.S. (Un
Instructor, Computing Cent
CORNELIUS, WILLIAM G., Ph.
Visiting Assistant Professor
CORNELL, JOHN ANDREW, P1
Institute)
Assistant Professor (Assistar


Assistant Professor of Speech


CORNETT,
Teacher,


MARY


K., M.A.


IFAS, DC, Agricultural
Lake Alfred (1958-1958).


neer) IFAS, DC


(1958-


CREWS, HARRY EUGENE, M.E.C
Assistant Professor of English
CREWS, JAMES WILLIAM, Ed.D.


1968).


Associate


(1968-1968).


university of Inc
(1948-1963).'


University)


(University of


f Dean


for Plannin


7977-19717).


diversity of Florida)
ter (1969-1969).


D. (University of


Minnesota)


of Management (1972-1972).
h.D. (Virginia Polytechnic


Statistician) IFAS


(1970-1970)-


(1968-1968).
University)


P.K.Yonge (1970-1970).


CORNWELL, GEORGE W.,


Associate
(Associate


Professor of Wildlife Ecology
Forester) IFAS (1967-1967


CORRELL, LARAINE, M.S.
Assistant Librarian, Special


Collections


of Michigan)


(1970-1970).


CRIBBETT, ALBERT F.,


M.S.A.


Director of Special Programs and
Agricultural Economics, Institute
Sciences (1954-1962).


Assistant Professor of
of Food and Agricultural


CRICHTON, ANDREW BRUCE, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor of English


CRILL, JERRY PAT, Ph.D. (University


Assistant


Agricultural Research and Educati
(1968-1968).
CRIPE, WYLAND S., D.V.M. (Univers
Associate Professor (Associate Ve
(1972-1972).


CRISS,


WAYNE E., Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor of Obstetrics ar
(1970-1970).
CRIST, EARL RICHARD, BA.


Instructor of Medical


Clinical


Hematology


(1970-1970).


Wisconsin)


of Chicago)


onal Center, Bradenton,


ity


of California-Davis,


ogist,


CORSERI


, GARY, M.A.T.


Instructor in El
COTTER, JULIAN


CRIST, RAYMOND E., Docteures


(1971


-71971).


RAY, M.D. (Johns Hopkins


University)


Obstetrics and Gynecology


Research Professor,


CRISTECU, NICOLAE, DMP


Lettres


(Grenoble,


(1951-1951).


(University


of Bucharest)


France)


Graduate Research Professor of Engineering Science,
Mechanics, and Aerospace Engineering (1970-1970).


COUCH, LEON WORTHINGTON, II, Ph.D. (University of


Assistant


Professor of Electrical Engineering


Assistant Research


COUNTS, FRANK


Interim


Professor


of Radiology


(1967-1968).


(1969-1977).


S., M.S.


Instructor in


(1972-1972).


Journalism and


COURAGE, KENNETH GRANT, MSCE


Communications


CROCKER, LINDA
Assistant Resear4


Institute,


CROCKER,
Interim T
CROCKER,
Assistant


IFAS, (1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering


M., Ph.D. (Michigan State L
ch Professor, Rehabilitation


University)
Research


College of Health Related Professions (1970-1971).
MARTHA C., B.S.
teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (71972-1972).
TIMOTHY EUGENE, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)


Crops (Assistant

University)
ry (1977-1977).


Horticu


Iturist),


and Center


Associate Professor (Associate


Center,


Apo


Professor (Plant Pathologist) and


Center Director, IFAS,


Nutritionist),


Assistant Professor of Political


Associate


Profess


(1960-1969).*
CONTI, ANTHONY


or of English

J., D.M.D. (N


Assistant Professor, Scientific
of Dentistry (1971-1971).
COOK, ALLYN AUSTIN, Ph.D. (I
Professor (Plant Pathologist)


University of Wis,
IFAS (1954-71967).


COOPER, ALICY JOYCE, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1957-1957).*


Alachua County Hospital Teacher in


Instructor in


of Religion (1957-1964).'


Assistant Dean for Regional
itinuing Medical Education


g of College


Professor of Education


Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist) IFAS,


Associate Professor of
(1959-1967).


terinanan) IFAS


id Gynecology


Chief Technolc


Technology;
(1963-1966).


Geography


Professor of Fruit


(1970-1970).


Professor of Social Sciences


Associate


Interim


_




STAFF


AND FACULTY


CROMWELL, RICHARD PARK, M.E.


Assistant Professor (Asst.
(1967-1969).


CRONE, ERNEST GEORGE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Edu
CROSHY, FREDERICK L., B.S. (Florid


cation


itate University)


Assistant in Meteorology, Lakeland, IFAS (19
CROSLAND, ROBERT ELDER, M.A. Arch.,
Associate Professor of Building Construction


CROSS, CLARK
Associate Prc
(1949- 954).


(University


DAMICO, SANDRA BOWMAN, M.A.


Teacher,


P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1969-1970).


DAMRON, BOBBY LEON, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Assista
(1966-1968).


72-1972).


Professor


(1971-1971).


of Washington)


and Physical Sciences


CROSS, JEROME LEE, Ph.D. (University of Flor
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering


CROUCH, DONALD BEAUFORD, Ph.D.


University)
Interim Assistant Profess(
Industrial and Systems En
CROUCH, HELEN JOHNSOI
Assistant Professor, P. K.
(1957-1957).


or
i


(1968-1970).*


of Music


(University of Florida)
Int Nutritionist, IFAS


(7948-1966).


Director, Upward Bound and


Instructor and Assistant Director,
Resources (1972-1972).


Instructor (1971-1972).
:v of Florida)


Office


of Instructional


University)
and Pediatrics (


(Southern


of Electrical Engineering and
neering, Eglin-AFB (1972-197


Agricultural Research


2).


N, M.A.
Yonge Laboratory School


CROWE, DENNIS R., (University of Florida)
Assistant Extension Forester Outdoor Recreation,
Agricultural Extension Service (1 972-1972).
CRUMBLEY, D. LARY, Ph.D. (Louisiana State Unive


Associate Professor of Accounting


(1970-1970).


CULLEN, STANLEY I., M.D. (University of Miami)


Associate


Professor in


CUNHA, TONY JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Distinguished Service Professor (Animal Nutritionist) and
Chairman of Animal Science Department, IFAS (1948-1950).
CUNNINGHAM, HUGH W., M.A.


Professor


of Journalism


-71965).


CUNNINGHAM, MYRON ARTHUR, EC
University)
Professor of Education (1953-7958).


CUNNINGHAM, RICH/
Assistant Librarian, C
CUNNINGHAM, RICH/
Clinical Instructor in


Center,


ONA (1959-1960).
ity of Wisconsin)


1970-1970).
ty of Florida)
r, IFAS


r, IFAS


Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Sanford.


DASTA, ANTHONY JOSEPH, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Architect


Professor of Political


ure (1966-1967).


Science and Chairman


Director of Social Sciences (1933-1950).i
DAURER, ROSEMARY B., M.P.E.H.


Teacher, P.K. Yonge
DAVAULT, JAMES W.,


of Department;


Laboratory School (1966-1972).
Ph.D. (Columbia University)


Professor Emeritus of Accounting (


DAVID, j.K.,
Clinical A
DAVIES, MA


Assistant


DAVIS, BILl
Assistant


DAVIS,


HN, JR., M.L.S.
(1972-71972)


associate


Professor,


iuke University)
Professor of Ped


College


1970).


iatricsl/HEP


of Nursing


(1971


Professor of Comprehensive Logic (197
ILTON GEORGE, Ph.D. (Michigan State


(71965-71968).

1971).


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics


Department, IFAS
DAVIS, EDWARD Al


Medicine (1962-1966).


(1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of Education


(University
(1951-1951


Professor of Education
CURREY, WAYNE LEE, Ph


(1952-1969).
.D. (University


Assistant Professor of Agronomy,


IFAM


of Connecticut)
S (1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of Humanities (1967-1971).
CURTIS, CLAYTON C., Ph.D. (University of Indiai
Associate Professor of Real Estate and Urban L
(1958-1961).


CUSUMANO, CHARLES L., M.D.


(Georgetown


Assistant Professor of Immunology and Me
and Clinical investigator, VAH (1968-1968).


University)


dical


DAVIS, FRANCIS, C., Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor of Zoology (1971-1971).
DAVIS, GEORGE KELSO, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Director, Division of Sponsored Research, Professor of


Anim


DAVIS,


al Science, and Animal
HORANCE GIBBS, JR.,


Professor of Journalism


DAVIS, HUGH CHESTER, JR., Ph.E


Microbiology


Professor of Clinical Psycholog1


(1960-7970).


DAVIS,


CUTLER, RONALD JOHN, Ed.D. (Columbia University)


Associate Professor of English
CUTLER, WILLIAM H. Ph.D. (Uni


(1946-1959).


versity


Assistant Professor of Communicative
(1967-1967).


of Library


DACE, MELVIN C.,


M.D.


Clinical Instructor in
DAICOFF, GEORGE, M
Professor of Surgery
Cardiovascular Surpj


Instructor, P. K.


of Southern California)


Disorders,


Science (1969-1969).


(Washington University)


Medicine (1962-1968).
.D. (Indiana University)
and Chief of Thoracic a
ery (1967-1970).


Yonge Laboratory


School (7955-1960).


(University of
Sciences (7959


Associate


Professor, Division of


Director of Auxiliary Programs and
Clinics, College of Dentistry (1972-


Michigan)
-1968)A


University)
Practice Dynamics


Director of
1972).
University)
nd Gynecology


JAMES


Clinical Assistant Professor of S


DAVIS, JAN
Assistant


DAVIS,
Assoc


Professor


Nutritionist (1942-1970).


M.A.


and Communications (1954-1965).


). (University of T
y and Psychology

University)
ureervllHEP (196


-- -I


RD, B.A. (Park College)
of Naval Science (1972-


JAMES RONNIE, Ph.D. (University of Vir
:iate Professor of Economics (1971-1971


DAVIS, JOSI
Associate


Professor of Botai


DAVIS, JOSH D., M.D. (Vande
Clinical Assistant Professor


DAVIS, R. HUNT, JR.,


Assistant


Professor


ennessee)



9-1971).


Captain,
1972).


USMC


rinia)


. (University of Iowa)
ny (1966-1970).
'rbilt University)
of Psychiatry (7963-1969).


Ph.D. (University
of History (196 7-


of Wisconsin)
1969).


DAVIS, ROBERT W., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1971-1972).


DAVIS,
Assoc
DAVIS,


RONNIE M., Ph.D. (University
iate Professor of Economics (1


of Virginia)
972-1972).
University)


Assistant Professor of Romance Languages (1


Clinical Instructor in


DAWSON, WILLIAM W., Ph.D.
Professor of Ophthamology,
(7965-1969).


71-19717).


, SR., M.D. (Meharry)
MedicineliHEP (1971-1971).


(Florida State Un
Psychology, and


diversity)
Physiology


of Massachusetts)


Agricultural


Engineer) IFAS,


(1957-1963).


)fessor of Geography


Medicine (1966-1969).


and Communications (1955


versity)


of Florida)


% ....


1


M., M.D. (WasI


DAY, SAMUEL


III


versity)


hington Uni


* ,n ft I I


IP1*rn~n n~nl


I











M.D. (University


and Associate Dean
170).
M1.S. (The George W.


University) Commander U. S. Navy
Professor of Naval Science (1972


U university)


EDGAR,


Professor (Agronomist),
(1959-1969).


Assistant Professor


of College

ashington


-1972).


(North Carolina State


IFAS, Agronomy


Department,


Assistant


ENHAM, SAM WE
Clinical Associate


JHEP (1971-1971).


SLEY, M.D. (Emory University)
SProfessor of Obstetrics and C


ANDERSON,


M.S. (Univers


Professor (Entomologist) (1966-71966).
DENNISON. RAYMOND ALEXANDER, Ph.D.
of Iowa)


Professor (Food Scentist) and


Department, IFAS (1945-1956).


Chairman,


siI


.ynecologyl

tv of Florida)


(University

Food Sctence


DAVID ALBERT, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Economics (1970-7970).*


Professor (Plant


(7971-1971).
DEAN, ROBERT GEORGE, D.Sc.
Technology)
Professor of Coastal and Oce.
Professor of Civil Engineering


Pathologist).


USDA,


(Massachusetts


anographic Ei
(7966-1966).


(University


Clinical Professor of Psychiatry


(19


(University


IFAS

institute


engineering;


of Michigan)
70-1970).


Anesthesiology


Associate Professor of Foreign
(1967-719717)


Professor of Humanities; Chairman,
Humanities (1953-1962).


of the


(1967-1970).
sity of Texas)


Languages and Linguistics


i of Chicago)
Department


M.S. (University


Assistant Professor (Assistant State 4-H
IFAS (1970-1970).


of Tennessee)


Club Agent)


Assistant Professor
(1965-7970).


(University


of Journalism


of Florida)


and Communic


Professor (Assistant Agricultu


ue university
ral Engineer),


ral Research and Educational Center, Lake


DEBUSK, FRANKLIN L, M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Director of


Pediatric Clinic (1966-1969).
DECKER, PHARES, Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Patho


logist),


Assistant Professor of Surgery
JHEP (1971-1971).


Assistant Professor (Assistar
IFAS, Agricultural Research
Glade, (1965-1967).


IFAS (1942-1966).


University)


and Chairman


IFAS,


DEVORE,


Alfred,


Di


Ph.D. (Stanford


University)


Assistant Professor of Statistics (7977 -7971
EW, DONALD, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Associate Professor of Speech and Academic
of Communication Sciences Laboratory 0196


ROBERT M., Ph.D. (University


Associate
EYRUP, JA
Associate


of Surgery at


nt Agricultural Engineer)
and Educational Center,


Dean for Preprofessional Education,
and Dentistry (1965-1971).


DIAZ,


Belle


NILS JUAN, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor
(1969-7970)


Coordinator
3-1970),


of Michigan)


(71954-1969).
.D. (University


of Michigan)


ersitv of Illinois)
and Assistant


College


of Florida)


of Nuclear Engineering


Sciences


(Yale University)


Research Curator, Florida State


of Zoology


(1971-19717).


DEEVEY, GEORGIANA B., Ph.D, (Yale


Curator in Biological Oceanog
State Museum (1971-1971).


raphy,


DICKEY, DOUG, B.S. (University of F
Head Football Coach (1969-7969).


Museum


University)


Florida


BEFORE, JESSE JACKSON, Ph.D. (Florida State L
Associate Professor of Education (1977-7971).
DEFUNIAK, HERBERT RIVERS, M.S.
Associate Librarian and Chairman of Circulati
(1966-1969).


Technology)
Professor of Materi,
(71959-1970).
DEINZER, HARVEY T.,


(Carnegie


Associate(
Tropical


e Professor (Asso iate
Animal Science, WFAS


Professor (Ornamental


M.SA.


(Cor


Horticultu


DICKINSON,


on


Department


Institute of


als Science and Engineering


Professor of Accounting (1947-1949).


Director and Curator of Orn
Associate Professor Zoology


nell University)
rist) IFAS 01927- 1
Ph.D. (University


ethology, Flor
(71946-19671).


WARD, Ph.D. (North


Assistant Professor (Assistant
IFAS, (1968-7968).


of Michigan)


GEORGE T.,


nda


State Museum,


Carolina


State


Nematologist Pathologist)


Ph.D. (Stanford University)


WALLACE


Assistant Professor (Assis
(1966-1966).
DELAND, FRANK H., M.D. (
Professor of Radiology ar
(970-1970-1970).


, B.S.A. (University
tant Entomologist)


University
,d Chief of


of Louisville)


Nuclear


Associate


Professor


WILLIAM, (University
of Electrical Engineer1


XON, J.C., Ph.D. (University of North
Professor of Psychology (1949-1956).
OFF, SIMON, M.D. (Long Island Colle;


Medicine


Clinical


Associate


Professor of


of California)
ng (1968-1971


Carolina)

ge of Medicinme


MeducinellHEP (1971 -7971 1


ANGEL, M.D.


(University


Assistant Professor of Medicinell


HEP


of Havana)
(1965-1969).


E, J.I., M.D. (University of Havana)
Psychiatrist and Assistant Professor
U).


M.D.


(St. Louis University)


Carolina)


of Psychiatry


Profes;
Social


JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University


sor of History and Soc.
Sciences (1949-1964)*


Associate


Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics (7 961-1971).


WILLIAM


READ,


ial Sciences and


of North

Chairman


(Cornell University)


Professor of Chemistry (1966-71971 .
KENNETH E.. Ph.D. (Polytechnic Institute


(71967-19717)


, LL.M. (Harvard
v (1948-1951).
ANTHONY E., M


University)


Associate Pr
Engineering


DONELAN, RICHAF
Clinical Assistant


ofessor


of Industrial and Systems


and Electrical Engineering, ECLIN


(Tufts University)
of Medicine/lHEP


I-AFB 4T970-1972t

(1977-7971)


ONELIN, DANIEL WILLIAM, M.L.A.


Assistant Professor of Medicine and


Clinical Pharmacy
Medicine (1964-19
DEAN, BILL CLARK,


Associate


Professor (Plant


atlons


Professor of Zoology


Professor of Psychology (1966-1970).


Professor of Chemistry


Medicine


(University of FFlorida)
Physiologist & Geneticist),
nY9717-1971


Assistant Professor of French (1968-1968).


University
(1969-1969


Professor


w


journalism


and Communications,


Producer-


_j


1 ( t 1


* ~1~_ 11^_*




STAFF


AND FACULTY


DONNENFELD
Professor an
of Dentistry


d C


WALTER, D
airman, Pei


(7969-1969).


.D.S. (New York University)


riodo


ntology,


College


DUNAVIN, LEONARD SYPRET, Jr., Ph.D. (University
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomist), IFAS
Agricultural Research Center, lay (1959-1967).


of Florida)


DONOVAN, CLEMENT HAROLD, Ph.D. (University of North
Carolina)


Professor of Economics and Director
African Studies (1940-1971).


DORMAN, P
Associate


of the


Center for


.E., Ed.D. (State University of N<
Professor of Music (1971-1971).


DORSCH, SUSAN


E., M.D.


(West Virginia


Un


Instructor, Department of Anesthesiology


diversity)
(1971-1971).


DOTY, KEITH LONNIE, Ph.D. (University of California)


Assistant Professor of Electrical


DOUGALD, DONALD EVAN,


Engineering


M.S.A.E.


(1968-1968).


Associate Professor of Architecture (1970-1 970).


DOUGHERTY, MARSHALL HARDING, B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Chemical E


search and Education


engineer IFAS,
al Center, Lake


DOUGHTY, PAUL L., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor and Chairman of Anthropology (1971).
DOUGLAS, CARROLL REECE, Ph.D. (University of Tennessee)


DOUGLAS,


DOVE, DEREK
Professor of


Assistant Extension


JAMES RUSSELL, Ph.D


College of


V


Poultryman,


. (University of Cal
eterinarv Medicine


ifornia)


B., Ph.D. (London University)
Materials Science and Engineering;


Professor of Electrical Engineering (1
3W, I. KAMAL, Ph.D. (University of l
Assistant Professor, Food and Resou


1968-1968).


K. Yonge Laboratory


DRAGSTEDT, LESTER R., Ph.D.


(Rush)
Research


Professor in Su


rgery


I967-1971).


vissouri)
rce Economics


School


(University of Chicago),


M.D.


and Professor in


DRAKE, DAVID ALLYN, Ph.D. (Syracuse University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968).
DRAPER, JAMES ARTHUR, Ph.D. (University of Washington)
Interim Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1972-1972).


DUNCAN, CLARENCE WALLACE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).
DUNCAN, JAMES H., Ph.D. (University of Colorado)


Assistant Professor in
(1969-1971).
DUNCAN, RUTH, M.A.


Teacher, P.


Pharmacology and Radiology


K. Yonge Laboratory School (1972-1972).


DUNCAN, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1970-1970).


DUNKLE, JOHN ROBERT, Ph.D. (Clark University)
Professor of Physical Sciences and Geography;


Dean University


College (7 949-1965).


Assistant


DUNNAM, FRANCIS EUGENE, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)


Associate
(1958-196


Professor of Physics and Physical Sciences
7).


DURHAM, CHARLA BARTSCHT, M.S.


Assistant Professor (Extension


Economics


Specialist), IFAS,


Horn


(Kansas State Uni
e Management &


(1968-1968).


DURLING, ALLEN EDGAR, Ph.D. (Syracuse University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1964-1970).
DURRANCE, CHARLES LIVINGSTON, Ed.D. (Columbia
University)
Professor of Education (1940-1960).
DURRANCE, KENNETH LEROY, M.Ag.
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Husbandman)
IFAS (1964-1966).
DUSHOFF, IRA M., M.D. (University of Pennsylvania)


lC inical Assistant Professor in Surgery/JHEP


DUTOIT, BRIAN MURRAY, Ph.D. (Univ


Associate


Professor of Anthropology


DYKES, ELMA ETHEL, M.A.


Acting
Assista


ersity o
(1966-


Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Pr
nt Professor, College of Nursing (1


versi.t)
Family


(1969-1969).
f Oregon)
1969).


ogram, and
962-1966).


DYKES, M. KAY, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Education (K1972-1972).
EADES, JAMES LYNWOOD, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


Associate


Professor Geology (1970-1970).


EASLEY, JOHN FOREST, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Assista
IFAS (1962-1962).


nt Animal


Nutritionist)


DRESDNER,
University)
Professor I


RICHARD DAVID, Ph.D.

of Chemistry (1953-1966)


(Pennsylvania State


DREUTZIGER, DEITH L., D.D.S. (University c
Assistant Professor of Surgery, College of


(1972-1972).
DRUM, CAROL ANN,
Assistant Librarian
(1972-1972).


M.L.S.
in Charge of


DRUMMOND, WILLIAM, Ed.D.
Professor of Education (1972
DRYLE, DAVID M., M.D. (Bown
Associate Professor of Surger
(1963-1969).


Chemistry


)f Missouri)
Dentistry


EASTWOOD, RALPH ALLEN, Ph.D. (Cornell)
Professor, Food and Resource Economics Department,


IFAS (1957-1957).
EATON, ELIZABETH


S., M.A


Associate Librarian, Health
Professor of Clinical Pharm,
EBBECK, FRED NICHOLAS, Ph
Assistant Professor Educatic


Library


(Stanford University)


-1972).


ian-Gray Univi
y and Chief of


DUCHARME, ERNEST PETER, Ph.D. (University


Professor (Plant Pathologist)
and Educational Center, Lake


ersity)


Center Library and Assistant


. (Michigan.
(1970-1970).


State University)


EBBINGHOUSE, JOE C., M.D. (Indiana University)
Clinical Associate Professor of MedicinelHEP (
EBCIOGLU, IBRAHIM K., Ph.D. (University of Min


Urology


of Minnesota)


IFAS, Agricultural Research
. Alfred (1946-1956).


Professor of Engineering
Engineering (1961-1966).


ECHEVARRlI
Associate


Science,


1971


nesota)


Mechanics, and Aero


A, RENE, M.D. (University of Havana)
Professor Pathology (1962-1970).


ECKDAHL, JACK POLK, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (195


DUCKETT, HOWARD C.,
Clinical Associate Prof


Jr., M.D. (Duke Universit
essor of Obstetrics and


Cynecology/lHEP (19 71-1971).
DUDECK, A.E., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania
Assistant Professor (Assistant Orr
Agricultural Research Center, Ft.
(1970-1970).


EDDLEMAN, BOBBY


University)
Associate


State University)
tamental Horticulturist)
Lauderdale, IFAS,


Professor,


ROSS,


Ph.D. (North Carolina


Food and


Department IFAS (1966-1969).
EDDS, GEORGE TYSON, D.V.M. (T
Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor (Veterinarian), IFAS, (1


State


Resource Economics


exas A&M

962-1971).


University),


DUFFY


JOSEPH Ph.D. (University


Visiting Research
(1972-1972).


Professor of


I


of Liverpoc
Mechanical


EDDY, ELIZABETH M., Ph.D. (Columbia U


Engineering


DUFTY, JAMES WELLONS, Ph.D. (Lehigh University)
Assistant Professor of Physics (1970-1971).


Associate


Professor of Anthropology (1


EDEN, WILLIAM GIBBS, Ph.D. (University


Professor (Entomologist) and C
Department, IFAS (1965-1965).


university)
967-1967).
of Illinois)


rman, Entomology


DUEAN, ROBERT JOHN, M.S.E.E.
Assistant in Chemistry (1969-1!


(University of Florida)


, DENNIS E., Ph.D. (Oregon State


EDSON, CHARLES GRANT,


M.S.E.


Associate Professor of Engineering Scien
and Aerospace Engineering (1946-1951).


Ice,


DC, Agricultural Re:
Alfred, (1953-1953).


Assistant Professor,
IFAS (I 1969-1970).


Visiting Professor,
(1972-1972).


Department, IFAS (
DOYLE, LINDA, M.Ed.
Interim Teacher, P.
(1972-1972).


Physiology (1959-1969).


-1971).


space


1-1955).


, Mechanics


__


e


(





"hai


970).


DUGGAN


University)





ew


D


1





STAFF


AND FACULTY


EDWARDSON, JOHN RICHARD, Ph.D. (Harvard


Professor of Agronomy,


IFAS (1953-1966).


University)


EPTING, FRANZ R., Ph.D. (Ohio State Universit


Assistant Professor


of Psychology


(1967-796


EDWARDSON, MICKIE N
Professor of Journalism


Director and


Director,


Ph.D.


(Michigan State University)


and Communications, TV Producer-
Radio Center (1956-7971"


EGGERT, CHESTER LEE, Ed.D. (University
Professor of Education (1948-1954).
EHRHARDT, DENNIS HEINZ, M.Ed.
Instructor of Education (1971-1971).


EIGERD, OLLE INGEMAR,


St. Louis,


Missouri)


D.Sc. (Washington


of Indiana)


EPTING, LYNDA HYDE, M
Assistant Librarian, Refe
ESSER, ROBERT PAUL, B.S


Assistant Professor (Assista


ESTNER, CAROLYN I., M.A
Associate Professor of C


University


Professor of Electrical Engineering (1956-1962).


EISEN, SAUL, M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediat


rics/lHEP


(1971


EISENBERG, MARTIN ALLAN, D. Eng. (Yale University)


Associate Professor of Engineering Scien
and Aerospace Engineering (T 966-1968).


ice,


-19771,


Mechanics


.A, L.S.
*rence and Bibliography


(University of Floi
nt Nematologist)


,ccupational Therap)


(7969-1969).


rida)
IFAS, (1966-1966.

i (1966-1970).'


EVERETT, GORDON DALE, B. Des.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (7958-1965).
EVERETT, PAUL HARRISON, Ph.D. (Purdue University)


Professor (Soils Chemist).
Immokalee (1958-1968).


EWEL, JOHN J., Ph.D.


IFAS Agricultural


(University


Assistant Professor (1971-1971).


FABRIC, ARTHUR L.


Associate


M.S.W.


Research


Center,


of North Carolina)


(University


of North


Carolina)


in Psychiatry (1959-19671.


EITZMAN, DONALD V., M.D. (University


Professor


in Pediatrics (1958-1969).


ELKINS, VIRGIL LYNN, M.S.A.


(Florida


of Iowa)


A&M)


Professor, Food and Resource Economics Department, IFAS
(1949-1961).
ELLIOTT, HERSCHEL HUGH, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Associate Professor of Philosophy (1955-1960).


ELLIOTT, LARRY P., M.D.


Professor in


Radiology


(University c
(1967-1967).


ELLIOTT, ROBYN D., B.A.
Interim Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laborato
ELLIS, BETTY RUTH, Ed.D. (Wayne State
Assistant Professor of Education (196


., B.S.E.E. (Purd


ie Ui


if Tennessee)


>ry


School (1972


University)
5-1968)."
diversity)


ELLIS, HOWARD D
Assistant Professs


ELLIS, WILLIAM HOBART, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences
(1962-1966).
ELMORE, WILLIAM EARL, B.S. C.P.A.
Vice President for Administrative Affairs (1950-1967),


ELMSTROM, GARY


Assistant


WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University


of California)
IFAS


Agricultural Research Center, Leesburg (1969-7969).
NICKI, RICHARD A., D.B.A. (Harvard University)
Associate Professor of Management and Associate Professor
of Health and Hospital Administration (1971-1971).
PERSON, ANN P., M.S.


Assistant Professor of Clinical


Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


(1969-1969).
diversity)
(1965-1970).


-71972).


FAGERBERG, SEIGFRED WALTER, Ed.D


Southern Mississippi)
Assistant Professor of Health Education


FAHIEN, RAYMOND W,,


FAIN, jOHN TYREE, Ph.D. (Vanderbili
Professor of English (1947-7951).
FAIN, WILLIAM CHARLES, JR., D.D.S.


Associate


Professor of


Dentistry (71972-972).
FAIRBANKS, CHARLES H., Ph.D


Professor


Department, IFAS


(71971-71971


FARBER, ERICH ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (Iowa)


Professor of Mechanical


Associate Professor


FARIS,
Clini


Engineering (1954-1954).
University of Minnesota)


of Marketing (1966-1972).


WILLIAM E., M.D. (Tulane University)
cal Assistant Professor of Medicine/lHEP


(1971


-19717,


FAST, THOMAS B., D.D.S. (Ohio


Professor


and Chairman,


Stat


Division


of Dentistry (1971-7971).
FAULKNER, EDWARD EARL, B.B.C.


Assistant Professor of


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics Department.
IFAS (1970-1970).


Clinical Instructor in


M.D. (University
Medicine (1959-


FEARN,


vania)


(University


(1971-1971).


Ph.D. (Purdue University)


t University)


(Emory


University)


Practice Dynamics, College


. (University


of Michigan)


FAIRCHILD, ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL, Ph.D. (Harvard
University)


Professor (Entomologist)
Zone, IFAS (1968-1968).
FAIRCHILD, GARY F., PhD.


U orgas,


Memorial


Canal


e University)
of Oral Diagi


Budiding Construction S


niversi


ty of Flori
Science,


nosis,


1970-1971).
da)
Mechanics


FEARN, ROBIN ARNOLD CRAIG, M.S.
Assistant Director of Libraries (7969-1969.


Assistant Professor of Zoology


Director of Pharmaceutical
Hospital, and Assistant Prol
(7972-1972)
). ARTHUR W., Ph.D. (Iowa


of lowa)
Services,


FEARNEY, EDWARD MAURICE, B. Arch.
Ae ProssociateProfessor of Architecture
FEASTER, JOHN PIPKIN, Ph.D. (Universi


Shands


'essor of Hospital

State University)


Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist)
IFAS, Agricultural Research and Educational Center.


946-71958)


ty


Of North


Professor (Biochemist), tFAS (1951-1968).
CHTEL, ALBERT T., M.D. (Tulane University)
Clinical Instructor in Surgery/lHEP (1970-1970 )
INSTEIN, STEPHEN Ph.D. (Dalnoosie University)


Assistant Professor tn


Speech (1970-1972).


Carolina,


WILSON, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State


Ph.D. (Purdue


FEISS, C.,
Acting
Center


Sciences


Wisconsin)
of Orthopedics


Unive


Microbiologist) and Chairman


IFAS (1950-1965).


rsity)
of Soil


LRVIN LEE, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of History (1961-7968).


r ^ F f(* -a


M.C.P.
Director of the Urban


and Regional


Development


and Professor of Architecture and Urban Siudies


Professor of Pal


Professor (Plant Pathologi
Educational Center, Lake


(University Of Pennsylvania)
thology (1966-1970).
A, Ph.D. IUniversity of Minnesota)
ist), IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Alfred 1958-1958) P


Management (1972-1972).


and HospI


tal Administration


Professor of Social Work


Professor of Chemical Engineering (1964-1964).


of Naval Science (1972-1972).


of Anthropology (1963-1963).


Professor (Assistant Horticulturist),


Assistant Professor Food and Resource Economics


Nutrition


Clinical Professor of Surgery (1969-17969).


(1968-1968).


College


Assistant Professor of Engineering
Aerospace Engineering (1965-1965).


Professor of Nuclear Engineering
8).
WILLIAM F., M.D. (University of
of Surgery and Chief of Division


Science Department,


(1971-1797).


Associate


Assistant Professor


of Health


n


I


. Ilj_^__^*


_I I I*


' 1





STAFF


AND FACULTY


FELTMAN


,GORDON,


M.S.E.


Major, U.S. Air Force. Assistant
Studies (1970-1970).


Professor of Aerospace


FORD, HARRY W., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor (Horticulturist), IFAS, Agricultural Research and


Educational Center, Lake Alfred


(1950-1962).*


FENN, HENRY ANDERSON, LL.B. (Yale University)


Professor of Law
(1948-1959).


FERGUSOQ
Clinical


and Dean Emeritus.


College


N, EMMET F., JR., M.D. (Medical
Assistant Professor of Surgery/ll


FOREMAN, RONALD C.,


of Law


College o
IEP (1969-


f Georgia)
1969).


Associate


Studies Program (1970


JR., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
English, Director of Afro-American
-1970).


FORGNONE, CHARLES, Ed.D. (Peabody U
Associate Professor of Education (1970-


university)
1970).


FERGUSON,
Assistant I


RAYMOND CARL, M.Ed.


Professor of Education


FERGUSON, SARAH


FERRARA,


CAROLINE,


JOHN T., M.D. (Yali


(1962-1962).


in L.S.


Yonge Laboratory School


FORIZS, LORANT, M.D
Clinical Associate Pn


* (University of Szeg4
ofessor of Psychiatry


ed, Hungary)
(1965-1965).


FORRESTER, DONALD JASON, Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Parasitologist)
IFAS, (1969-1969).


HEP (1971-1971).


FORSMAN, MARION EDWARD, Ph.D.


(Iowa State


Professor of Electrical Engineering (1955-1968).


University)


FERRER, JORGE, M.D. (College of
Assistant Professor of Ophthaln
(1970-1970).


Medicine of Uruguay)


nology


and Pediatrics


FOSTER, FRANCIS HENRY, M.Ed. (Univ
Major, U.S. Army, Assistant Professo,
(1972-1972).


ersity


r of


M


of Florida)
military Science


FIELDBINDER, WILLIAM CLIFFORD, B.B.A.,
Director of Internal Control (1969-1969).


FILLMER, HENRY T., Ph.D


. (University


Professor of Education (196


7-7972).


C.P.A.


of Ohio)


FINGER, KENNETH FRANKLIN, Ph.D.


Professor and


FINLAYSON
Associate


of Ph,


,BIRDWELL, M.D.


Professor


FINLEY, MARTHA CLAUDETTE, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy


M.S.


(University of
armacy (7968-


(University of Chicago)


1970).


Wisconsin)
1968).


(1969-7969).


FISCHLSCHWEIGER, WERNER, Ph.D. (University


Associate


Professor,


College of Dentistry
FISHER, FRANCINE E.,


Agncultu
(1946-19'


ral Research and Educatio
16),


r


FISHER, JAMES FREDERICK,
Associate Professor (Asso
Research & Education Ce
FISHER, NORMA PAGE, M.


Associate Professor of Phys


FISHER,


f Basic


of Gnaz)


Dental Sciences


Pathologist) IFAS,
nal Center, Lake A


FOUST, CHARLES WILMOTT, B.S.
Assistant in Chemical Education


(1970-1970).


FOX, JACKSON LELAND, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering Sciences
(1968-1968).


FOX, JAMES N. Ed.D. (University of Florida)


Associate Director


Laboratory School (1972-1972).
FOX, LAURETTA EWING, Ph.D. (Univ


P.K. Yonge


;ity of Illinois;
(1949-1955).


*tate University)
Management


(1971-1971).
M University)


ern


Associate Professor of Pharmacology


FOX, WILLIAM MCNAIR, Ph.D. (Ohio S
Professor of Industrial Relations and


Ufred


Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State)
:iate Chemist), D.C. Agricultural
iter, Lake Alfred (1969-1969).


in Ed. (University o
ical Therapy (1964-


WALDO R., M.D. (University


Associate


(1965-1971).


of Pennsyl


Professor of Medicine (1965-1977).


FISKELL, JOHN GARTH


f Florida)
1972).
'ania)


AUSTIN, Ph.D. (McGill)


Professor (Biochemist) IFAS (1951-1961).


FITCH, JOHN S. 111, M.A. (Y.
Interim Assistant Profess(
FITZGERALD, CONSTANCE


ale U
orof
K.,M


Assistant Professor of Ophthal


FLANNERY,
U university)


university)
Political Science (719
'.D. (Washington Un
Imology (1971-1971).


(1954-1963).*


FRAME, EUGENE M., M.D. (Temple University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics/lHEP


FRANKE, DONALD EDWARD, Ph.D. (Tt
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal
(1968-1969).


exas A


&


Geneticist) IFAS


FRANCIS, RICHARD LANE, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1971-1971)
FRANCIS, VIRGINIA GLADYS, M.A.
Associate Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1964-1971).
FRASER, DONALD J., M.D. (Hahnemann Medical College)
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics (7968-1968).
FRAZER, PERCY WARNER, M.F.
Associate Professorof Forest Management and
Associate Forester, IFAS (1936-7949).*
FRAZER, WILLIAM JOHNSON, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Economics (1957-1968).
FRAZER, WINIFRED LOESCH, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


71-1971).
diversity)


MERLE ELIZABETH, Ed.D. (Pennsylvania State


Assistant Professor of Education (1
FLEET, JOEL, M.D. (Tulane University)


Clinical Assistant Professor of
FLESHER, CAROL K., Ph.D. (Univ
Counseling Psychologist, Unin
Assistant Professor of Psvchol


966-71966).


Pediatrics/lHEP


Counseling
965-7965).


(1971-1971).


Professor of English


University)


Center,


FLOWERS, JOHN WILSON. Ph. D. (
Professor of Physics (1947-1953).
FLUCK, RICHARD CONRAD, Ph.D.
University)


Associate


(71965-1969).


Professor (Associate


of Virginia)


State


Agricultural


Enginee


Instructor, Manager of Operating Room


M.S.A.


(1966-1966).


(University


Assistant Professor and Assistant Director (Assistant


Agricultural Engi


neer),


IFAS (1950-1967).


EDWARD, Ph.D.


(Louisiana State


Research


Center,


>r (AssistaEn Entomologist) AgricuItu
Monticello, IFAS, (1969- 969).


FOGLE R, H RUSSELL, Ph.D. (Columbia Universit


Associate Professor


of Management (1971


FONTAINE, THOMAS DAVIS,


Assistant


(719717-797).


FORBES, INA


Director, Diviston


CLAIRE, M.M.


y)


Professor (Plant Pathologis
EEMAN, WATSON LOUIS,


st) IFAS, (1956-1968).
M.S.E.


Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering


-71972).


of Sponsored Research


(1953-1967).


FREGLY, MELVIN J., Ph.D. (University of Rochester)
Professor of Physiology.
FRENCH, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (New York State University)


Assistant Professor (Assistant


Research


Center,


Agricultural


Plant Path
Monticell


ologist) IFAS,
o, (1967-1967).


0 .t..~. ...-. AA.-_.Z..-:_ ,lflrV) 4flfl -/i -.


Instructor-Librarian, P.K.
(1951-1962)i.


Professor of


Clinical Assistant Professor


? University)
of Medicine/


Dean, College


of Surgery (7967-


FOSTER, M.L., M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1971-1972).
FOUSE, SARAH BAIRD, M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1968-1970).


Department o
(1969-1969).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant


(Assistant Professor),


(1955-1972).


e


E


A.


V


.IIII~ ~1~1 I~C L 1L r .) I II I i.


C~


r)




ANU tALULI


FRIEDMAN, PHILIP. Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of
Technology)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1972-1972).
FRISTOE, CHARLES WESLEY, Ph.D. (University oi Illinois)
Associate Professor of Economics (1950-1955).
FRITZ, GEORGE j.,Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist)
IFAS (7960-1964).


FROSSARD, ROBERT T., Ph.D. (M
Assistant Professor of Educatio


ichigan Unive
n (1968-1968).


GARLINGTON, JAMES C., MD. (Yale University


Clinical Assistant


Professor in Surgery


(1965-1966).


GARNSEY, STEPHEN MICHAEL, Ph.D. (University


Associate


Professor (Associate


Ph.D. (University of Florida)
n Plant Physiology, IFAS, (19


IFAS (1969-7969).
GARRARD, LEON A.,


Interim


Associate in


of Califormna)
U, USDA,


63-1971).


GARRETT, EDWARD ROBERT, Ph.D. (Michigan State


rsity)


University)
Graduate


FRY, JACK LEROY, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
fFAS (1964-7970).


FRY, NORMAN J. M.A.


Assistant


Professor of English (7971-79771).


FRY, RICHARD M., M.D. (Tempi
Clinical Assistant Professor in
FULLER, DAVID DOWD, M.Ed.


Baseball Coach


e University)
Surgery (7960


and Assistant Football Coaci


-71967).

h (1946-7946).


FULLER, GARY, B.Litt. (Oxford University)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1972-1972).
FUNK, ARTHUR LAYTON, Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Humanities and History (1946-1962).
FUQUAY, STEPHEN FREDERICK, M.S.


Assistant Librarian.


Catalog (7972-1972).


FURLONG. ROBERT E., LL. M. (Yale University)


Professor of Law


(1966-7966).


FURLOW, LEONARD R. SR., M.D. (Emory Un


Clinical Professor in Surgery


(969-1969-1969i.


iversit


FURMAN, THOMAS de SAUSSURE, M.S.C.E.
Professor of Environmental Engineering Sciences and
Professor of Civil Engineering (1951-1964).
GABBAY, EDMOND J., Ph.D. (Columbia University)


Associate Professor
(1969-7969).
GABIANELLI, VINCEN


of Chemistry and Biochemistry


T JAMES, M.E.D.


Curator and Chairman of Department
Florida State Museum (7968-1971).'


Research


Professor


of Pharmacy ( 196


GARRETT, RICHARD EDWARD, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Physics (1963-1970%.
GARTEN, LEONARD, M.D. (Medical College of G
Clinical Assistant Profsssor of Medic ineIJHEP (1
GARVIN, JEWEL H., A.B., B.S. in LS.


Assistant Librarian.


Health Center


GARVIN, JOAN ELIZABETH, M.A. in


Instructor in


Music (1972-7972).


GASCHE, ROBERT THU RSTON, M.Ed.


GC


Library (
Music


1-1961)
of Virginia)

eorg a)
971-7971).


7960-1964t.


Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School 1f968-1972).
SCHO, GARY JOHN, Ph.D. (Michigan State Universiry)


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Nutrition


Agricultural Research and Educational
Glade, ( 968-1970 K


Ist), FAS,


Center,


Belle


GASSET, ANTONIO R., M.D. (Boston University


Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology


(1977-79771.


GATER, ROGER ALLEN, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (


GAY-CROSIER, RAYMOND.
University)


Associate


Docteur-es-Lettres


1968-19681


(Berne


Professor of French (1967-1967i.


GEBHARDT, BRYAN M,.
Assistant Professor of


Ph.D. (Tulane
Pathology 119


GEHAN, FREDERICK EDWARD M.A.E.


of Interpretation.


GADSDEN, THOMAS, Ed.D. (University of Florida)


Professor,


School (1967-1971).


Yonge Laboratory


GAFFNEY, JEROME JOSEPH, M.S.


Associate


University)
69-1969;.


Professor of English 946-7955).


GEITHMAN, DAVID


T., Ph.D. (University of Flor


Assistant Professor of Economics
GELLINEK, CHRISTIAN )., Ph.D. (Ya


(Pennsylvania State University)


Instructor, Assistant Agricultural Engineer,
(1966-1966).


USDA,


GAGLIANO, THEODORE E., M.D. (Columbia University)


Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (7965


GAHAN, JAMES B.,


M.S.


Professor of Entomology and
USDA, Entomology Research


GAINES,


CAROLYN JANE, M.S


Associate Librarian,


Catalog


GAITANIS, LOUIS ANDREW,
of Florida)


-7965).


Administrative


Laboratory


Professor of German and Chair
(1971-1971).
GENUNG, WILLIAM GORDON, N
Professor (Entomologist), IFAS,
Research and Educational Cen:
(1949-1970).


GEOGHEGAN. PATRICK MARTIN,


Officer,


(1963-1963).


(1965-71970).


Assistant


Professor


of Enghlsh


GEORG, JAMES GENDER, B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant


Center


Research


J.D. (University


Associate Professor of Real Estate and


Urban


Director, IFAS, Nation


(1967-1967).
le University)


ida)


rman of Department

AS.
Agricultural


ter,


Belle Glade.


Ph.D


(1967-1968)

Meteorolog
al Weather,


Center, Lakeland r 952-1970).


GEORGE, PAUL, Ed.D, (George


Land Studies


(1946-1957).
GAITHER, ROBERT BARKER, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of
Department (1962-1966).


GALE, MARC A., D.M.D. (Tufts University)
Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry
GALLOIS, ANDRE, Ph.D. (Oxford University)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1971-71
GAMMON, NATHAN, r. Ph.D. (Ohio State I


r (Soil Chemist),


(University


of llhnois)r


ist) and
Agricultural


Peabody College


Assistant Professorofessor of Educaton (1971-972


for Teachers)


GEORGE, THEODORE SAMUEL, Ph.D., Duke University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (7938-1956).'
CERALDSON, CARROLL MORTON, Ph.D. (University of
Wisconsin)


Professor (Soils


ChemistL)


Educational Center. Brade


(17972-7972).


GERAMI, SIROOS, M.D. (Pahlavi


972).


GANIKOS, MARY L, E.Ds. (University of Florida)


Instructor, Office of Dental Education,


(1973-71973).


Professor of Religion


College of


ersity ofFlor
(1967-1969).


GANO, OVID RAYMOND, B.E.E. (University of Florida)


Head, Bioelectronic


and Instrument Shop and Assistant


Professor of Radiology (7944-1970).
GARBER, MALCOLM, Ph.D. (University


Professor


Instructor in Surgery


(7977-7197).


GERBER, JOHN FRANCIS, Ph.D.
Professor (Climatologist) and


Environmental Programs


(1960-71977
GERVAIS, ROBERT H., M.D.


IFAS Agncuitu
nton (951-19i


rat Research and


University


(Unversity of Missouri
Assistant Dean for


and Natural


iState


Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.
Department (1970-1970)
GESSNER, IRA H., M.D. (University


Professor


of Pediatrics and Chairma


Selection Committee (1960-1970t.


GIBBS, CHARLES P., M.D. (Indiana


of Education (1968-1968).


GARCIA-BENGOCHEA, FRANCISCO. M.D. (University of


Tulane University).
Surgery (1962-1970).


Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
and Gynecology (1972-1972;.


GIBBS, KENNETH CHARLES, Ph.D.


University)
Assistant


Professor


of Food


Resources.


University


IFAS


of New Y"ork


Alachua County


Health


Vermonti
*n of the Mederal


University


and Obstetr(


(Oregon


State


and Resource Economic


and Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering,


Interim


Plant Pathologis


Assistant


Professor


Dentistry
GANNON, P
Associate


Habana and
Professor of


J


fi I


I l r r~ I l f ,, j n ^ i- "











GEORGE ED
r of lmmuno


GILBERT, CARTER ROWELL, Ph.D. (
Associate Curator of Ichthyology
Assistant Professor of Zoology (1
GILBERT, IRWIN H., Ph.D. (Ohio St


Professor
Entomolo


(Entomologist) and
ev Research Labora


UI.


RT,


M.A.


, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
and Medical Microbiology,
Microbiology. College of Arts


;University of l
, Florida State
951-1972).
ate University)


Assistant Director, USDA
tory, IFAS (1963-1963).


GILBRAITH, KENNETH MARSHBURN, M.S.A.


Associate Professor.


Food and Resource Economics


GILKISON, BETTY GAY, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
Recreation (1969-1970).


GILL, ALICE A., M.S. (Boston Ur
Assistant Professor in Occup.
GILLETTE, JAY MICHAEL, M.F.A.


Assistant


GILLILAND, JOHN
Professor of Edu
GILLS, JAMES P., b,
Clinical Associai


niversit
a tional


y)
Therapy


Professor of Speech (1968-1968).


rcation (1970-7970).


University)


te in Ophthalmolog)


GILMAN, STEVE H., M.D. (Univ
Clinical Instructor of Surgery
GINTER, MYRNA B., M.D., (Uni


Clinical Assistant
(1971-1971).
GIPSON, AMOS C.,
Clinical Instructor
GLAFCKE, W. ROBEI


Associate Professor of fournalisrr
(1962-1967).*
GLEIM, IRVIN N., Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of AccountinA


GLICKMAN


,CORALIE S.,


Interim Teacher,
(1972-1972).


GLICKSBERG,
Professor of


MANDELL, LL.M.
Law (1953-1959).


GODBEY, ASA L, M.D.


(Univers


Assistant Professor (1967-1968).


ersity o
(1966-
versity


n and Comm unications

of Illinois)
S(1971-7971).


School


(New York University)

ity of Florida)


GODDARD, FREDERICK OWEN, Ph.D. (Duke University)


Associate
GODDARD
Associate
Associate


GODWIN, GRANT MURRAY, M.Ag.
Associate Professor (Associate State 4-H
IFAS (1952-1959).


GOFF, DALEY, M.D.,


Assistant


GOFFMAN, IRVING J., Ph.D. (Duke


(University


A&M University)


University)


Professor of Economics (1959), Chairman, Department


economics and Professor
(1970).
GOING, ROBERT E., D.D.S.,


of Education

M.S. (Univer


Associate Professor and Chairman,
College of Dentistry (1969-1969).
GOLDHURST, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Tular


Associate
;OLDMAN,
Ilinois)
Associate


(1961-1969).


Professor


Professor


of Clinical


GOLDMAN, LEONARD
Instructor (Assistant
GOLDSTEIN, AMY, M.


Counselor-Teacher, Divisic
GOLDSTEIN, ERIC, Pharm. D.


Assistant Professor


MARK K


GOLDSTEIN,


Assistant Professor of
-rk jr.-, n r r


Administration

sity of Illinois)


Biomaterials,

te University)
(1964-1964).*


GONYEA, EDWARD FRANCIS, M.D. (Georgetown Univ
Assistant Professor of Medicine!VA (1967-1967).
GOODMAN, DONALD E., Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Interim


Assistant Professor of Zoology (1972-1972).


GOODWIN, JERROLD RALPH, Ph.D. (University o(
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1969).


GORBET, DANIEL WAYNE, Ph.D


. (University


Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist),


Agricultural Research Center,


Mariana (1970-1970).


GORDON, IRA JAY, Ed.D. (Columbia University)


Graduate


Research


Professor of Education (1956-1971).


GORDON, MICHAEL WALLACE, j.D. (University


Professor of Law


(1968-1977).


GORDON, RICHARD E., M.D., Ph.D.


Associate


Professor of Psychiatry


(


(University
1967-1967).


of Connecticut)

of Michigan)


GORDON, RONALD JEFFREY, Ph.D. (Princeton Univers


(1972-1972).


Assistant Professor of


Chemical Engineering


GORMAN, BENjAMIN L. Ph.D. (Tulane Un


(1969-1


vi ersity)


Associate Professor of Sociology (1968-1968).


GOSLINGA, CORNELIS Ch., Ph.D. (Nij


York University)


IT


Professor of Latin American Studies a


(17967-1967).
GOSS, ALBERT


'(1968-1968).


Clinical


Associate Professor


GOTTESMAN, STEPHEN
Assistant Professor of
GOUCK, HARRY KYDD,


negen
ndHi


University
Obstetric,


G., Ph.D. (University
Astronomy (1971-1 9
M.S. (Massachusetts


Assistant Professor, Assistant Entomologist,
IFAS, (1966-1966).


GOULD, ROBERT WILLIAM, Ph.D.


Associate


Professor of Materials


(1964-1968).


story


)
* and Gynecologyl

of Manchester)
71).
University)


USDA,


(University of Florida)
Science and Engineering


GOULD, SHARON L, M.S.W. (Florida State


Instructor of Social


Work in Psychiatry


GRAEFFE, ARNOLD DIDIER, Ph.D. (Berlin)
Professor of Humanities (1948-1963).


GRAETZ, DONALD A., Ph.D. (U
Assistant Professor (Assistant
IFAS (1971-1971).


university
Soil Env


of Wisconsin)
ironmentalist),


GRAHAM, HENRY H., M.D. (Cornell University)


Clinical Instructor in


Medicine (1959-1959).


GRAHAM, MARGARET NICOL, M.M.
Instructor of Music (1969-1969).
GRAHAM, MARY ELIZABETH, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1


GRANGER, DAVID


Professor and Chairman,


Dentistry,


Club Agent)


(1969-1969).


A., D.D.S. (Northwestern


Operative Dentist


University
Chemisty


GRAMLING, LEA GENE, Ph.D. (I
Professor of Pharmaceutical


Department (1946-1959).
GRAND, JOHN LOUIS ROCHON,


964-1966).*
University)
ry, College


and Chairman


of the


Professor of Architecture (1937-


GRASSL, CARL O.,


Associate


M.A.


Professor (Associate


Research & Education Center,


GRATER, HARRY ALLEN, Ph.D.


Botanist), IFAS, Agriculti
Belle Glade (1971-1971).


(Penn State University)


Director, Senior Counseling Psychologist, University
Counseling Center, Professor of Psychology and Acti
Chairman Department of Comprehensive Logic (196


GRAVES, HOWARD BRA
Washington)
Instructor (Assistant in


Psychology and Psychology


in of Housing (196


Research


and Educational


Chemistry),


Center, L


IfAS, AgricL
.ake Alfred,


ural


Sng
5-1973).


iltural
(1952-1965).


GRAVES, SAMUEL RAY, B.A.
Director of Athletics (1960-1969).


GI


(1971-1971).


7-1972)."


(University of Southern California)


of Clinical Pharmacy
., Ph.D. (Cornell Uni'


(71972-1972).


ve


ersity)
(1971-1971).
i i


RAVES, SHIRLEY, M.D. (University of A
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
(1970-1971).


GRAY, JOHN LEWIS, D.F. (Duke Un
Professor, (Chairman of Forestry
of School of Forest Resources an
(1963-1970).


rGfR FEN


S.-. ._ V


ALEX EDWARD


SAMUEL, P


Department and
d Conservation),

h.D. (University


Director
IFAS

of


GIFFORD,
Professor


College of Medicine and
and Sciences (1957-1968)


Department, IFAS (1957-1959).


Professor of Pediatrics/lHEP

M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Sof Medicine (1968-1969).


Yonge Laboratory


Professor of Economics (1966-1972).


Professor of Forestry and Agronomy, and
Geneticist, IFAS, (1959-1964).


Professor of SurgeryI/HEP (1971-1971).


mn Entomology),
C.


Clinical Psychology
L ,,. ~


*I


I


I


,


*


**^













GREEN, JAMES RUSSELL, R., M.D.


Associate


Professor


Medicine (1959-1967).


GREEN, RICHARD HAMILTON, Ph.D. (University


Professor of English and
(1971-1971).


LOUIS,


GREEN, RICHARD


Associate


Professor of SI


GREEN, VICTOR EUGENE,
Professor (Agronomist),


Chairman


of California)


of the Department


Ph.D. (University o
,eech (1967-1972).


if Illinois)


JR., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
IFAS (19571-7965).


GREENAWALT, THOMAS CHARLES, M.Ag.
Assistant Professor (Assistant State 4-F Club Agent), IFAS
(1962-1966).


GREENE, CALVIN


CLAY,


Director of Physical PI


GREENE, GERALD LEE,


Associate


Professor,


Agricultural Research


M.S.M.E.
ant (1950-1950).


Ph.D. (Oregon State
(Associate Entomolo


Center,


Quincy


(79


University)
)gist), FAS,
66-1970).


GREENE, ROBERT EDWARD LEE, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor, Food and Resource Economics Department, IFAS


(7948-1948).
GREENMAN, JOHN ROO
Professor, Food and Re
(1939-1945).
GREENSTEIN, LILLIAN R.,


SEVELT,


J.D. (University


source Economics Department, IFAS


(University


of Michigan)


Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy,


GREENWOOD, GORDON E., EXD.D


Associate


Professor of Education


GREER, DONALD M., M.D. (I
Assistant Professor of Surg


GREER, MELVIN,


M.D. (New


Professor of Medicine and


of Neurology (1961-1967).
GREGG, JAMES HENDERSON,


Professor of Zoology
GREGORY. IOHN W.. P


(


. (University
1967-71972)


University of Cir
ery (7972-1972).
York University)


Pediatrics,


(1951-1963)."
h.D. (Ohio State


GROWTH, EARL C., M.M.E,
Assistant Professor of Music (1967-7967).
GUBBINS, KEITH EDMUND, Ph.D. (London)
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1962-1972).'


GUERTIN, WILSON H., Ph.D. (Michigan State
Professor of Education (1960-196) .'


University)


GUINAGH, BARRY JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Michigan State
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1970).


GULL, DWAIN D., Ph.D.


(Cornell


Associate Professor (Associate
(1958-1967).


GURIN, SAMUEL, Ph.D.


(Columbia


Professor of Biochemistry, D
(1969-1969).
GUTTINGER, HELEN IRELAND,


University)
Horticulturist;


visiti


M.Ed.


Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory
GUTTMAN, ROBERT JAY, LLM.


University)


IFAS,


University)
on of Biological Sciences


School (71968-1972.


Assistant Professor of Law (1967-1967).


GUY, ALBERT GLASGOW,
Technology)


Ph.D. (Carnegie


Institute of


Professor of Materials Science and Engineering


(1960-1960).


GUY, JOSEPH F., Ph.


V.A.1 (1971-1971).
of Indiana)


cinnati)


and Chief


, Division


University)


University)


Assistant Professor of Education (1972-1972).


D. (University


Assistant Professor of Accounting (1970-1970).


GUZMAN,


VICTOR L., Ph.D


Professor (Hortict
Educational Centu
GYLAND, STEPHEN
Clinical Assistant


University)
Associate


(1963-1967).


ulturrstt,
er, Belle
P., M.D.
Professc


(Cornell Universitv)
IFAS, Agricultural Re


C
(
9r


Professor (Associate


\CKETT, RAYMOND L.,
Professor of Pathology


;lade


Vanderbilt)
of Pedia trics/HEP
D. (North Carolina


'search


(71971
State


-1977 ,


Entomologist,) IFAS


M.D. (University
(1962-1972.t


of Vermont)


GREGORY,
Clinical I


.0D. (University
Medicine/lHEP


NANCY CLAIRE, M.S.


Yonge Laboratory


of Mississippi)
(1971-1971).


GRIERSON, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Professor


(Horticulturist)


Educational Center, Lake


GRIFFIN, DANA GOVE,
Associate Professor c
(1967-1972).


GRIFFIN,


GRIFFIN,


Instructor, P. K.


GRIFFIS, CAROLYN STAL
Assistant Professor of


GEORGE


IFAS, Agricultural Research
Alfred (1952-1965).


III, Ph.D.


(University


f Biological Sciences


of Tennessee)
and Botany


(Rice University)


HAINES,


School


(1967-


7972).


LINGS, Ph.D. (University of F
iocral Sciences, 7(965-7969).


GRIFFITH, JOHN L., Ed.D. (Oklahoma 5
Associate Professor of Journalism an
(1969-1969).
GRIFFITH. IOHN L., Ed.D. (Oklahoma S
And Chairman, Department of Journ
GRIFFITH, MELDRED MASON, Ph.D. (L
Professor of Biological Sciences and
GRIGGS, HARRY H., Ph.D. (University


Professor of Journalism
GRIGSBY. IOHN R.. Ed.D.


GI


GRIM, CHARLES JR., M.S.B.C.
Assistant Professor of Building Con
GRINTER, LINTON E., Ph.D. (Universil
Dean Emeritus and Professor, Direc
GRISSOM, EUGENE EDWARD, M.F.A.
Professor of Art and Chairman of D
(1953-1966).
GROOMS, DONALD A., M.A.
Associate Professor of Journalism ar
(1962-1970).


itate


University)


d Communications

itate University)
alism (1969-1972).


university of
Botany (195


3f Iowa)


HALE, JAMES
Professor o
HALE, LESTER


M.D. (Duke


FRANCIS,


Professor of Humanities and
(1941-1946.)


PIERCE, M.S.
f Music and Ac
LEONARD, Ph


Director of Counseling Stu
(1935-1972).


Clothi


ng Specialist ,


Center 1 960-1969).


University)


S(University of Michigan)
Comprehensive Logic


Chairman (1957-1971 .


D. (Lousiana State
dy and Professor oI

L, Ph.D. (University


Mathematics (1970-7970 .


0-1963).


and Communications (1958-1970).


University)


ersity)
IFAS (1953


Professor (Horticult


Psychology (1962-1970).
HALL, LINDA THORNTON,


-7967).


struction (1967-1970).


:tor, Self Study


Office.


department of Art


HALSEY, LAWRENCE
Associate Professo
HAMACHER, HOWA


nd Communications


rnell University)
urist), IFAS (1950-


Project;


M.A.


University)
f Speech

of Illinois)


1964).
v of Florida)


Assistant


Professor


Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1969-1969).
ALL, ROBERTA HALCOMB, M.S.


Home


(Virginia


Furnishings

Polytechnic


Specahlstt

Institute


IFAS, 1948-1968B


HENRY, M.S.A.


r (A.
RD


associate Horticulturist)
BROCKMAN, M.Arch.


ure 1956-1968).


L r -


. .we. . ... in or r


Professor of Geology (1970-1970).


Director, Administrative Computing


Professor of Pediatrics (1968-1968).


,GEL, DONALD R., M.D. (University of Nebraska)
Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology!
IHEP (1971-1971).


Assistant Professor of Music (1967-1967).
RIGSBY, SHAW EARL, Ph.D. (Cornell Univ
Professor (Extension Training Specialist),


Co-Director, Mental Health


Associate Professor (Extension
IFAS (1959-1969).


Professor of Building Construction (1953-1965).


Associate Professor of Architect


(University


of Virginia)


w


ting


nL o i i


mana,,e., .






STAFF


AND


FACULTY


HAMMOND, EUGENE
Carolina)


ASHBY,


Professor of History and Soc


Ph.D. (University of North

ial Sciences (1946-1955).


HAMMOND, LUTHER CARLISLE, Ph.D. (Iowa


Professor (Soil Physicist), IFAS
HANCOCK, ROY, M.D. (Medical


Clinical Associate


Professor of


(1950-1964).


State University)


College of Georgia)
Medicine/lHEP (1971-1971).


HASS, CHARLES LEEN, Ed.D. (Columbia University)


Professor of Education (1958-1958).
HAUGH, LARRY D., Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Statistics (197


HAUPT, CHARLES S., B.S.P.
Assistant Director. Bureau
of Pharmacy (1950-1950).


of Wisco
2-1972).


Insin)


of Professional Relatio


ns, College


HANKS, ROBERT WILLIAM, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (Assistant PI
Agricultural Research and Educ
(1955-1955).
HANNA, THOMAS LOUIS, Ph.D. (


r.
4
C


(University of Chicago)
ant Physiologist), IFAS,
national Center, Lake Alfred,


U niversit


Professor of Philosophy (1966-1966).


HANNUM,


JOHN BALLARD, M.Ed.


Instructor, P. K.


Yonge, Laboratory


y of Chicago)


School (1958-1962).


HANRAHAN, ROBERT JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Universit


Professor of Chemistry (1


958-1971)


of Wisconsin)


HAWKINS, IRVIN F., M.D. (University of Maryland)
Assistant Professor of Radiology (1968-1970).
HAWKINS, ROBERT A., M.A.
Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1969-1970).


HAWKINSON, LANCE JON, B.Arch.


Instructor in


Architecture (7970-1972).


of Kentucky)
Nutritionist), IFAS,
I Center, Belle Glade


HAYES, BEN WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal


Agricultu
(f967-19f


ral Research and Educationa
57).


Ii


HANSBERRY, WILLIAM
Clinical Assistant Prc


HANSON,


E., M.D.


(University


of Miami)


ifessor of PediatricslJHEP (1971-1971).


HAROLD PALMER, Ph.D. (University of


Wisconsin)


Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Physics


7( 969-7971).
*


HAYES, CAROL VIRGINIA, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor, College of


Nursing


(1957-1964).*


HAYES, CHARLES P., M.D. (Duke University)
Clinical Associate Professor of MedicinelJHEP (1


HANSON
Clinica


, KARL B., M.D. (University of
I Associate Professor (IHEP) in


HARING, ELLEN S., Ph.D. (Radcliffe


Professor of P
(17972-7972).


philosophy


and Chai


HARRELL, JAMES E.,


M.D. (University


Clinical Associate Professor in Obs
Gynecology (7971-1971).
HARRER, GUSTAVE ADOLPHUS, Ph.C
Carolina)
Director of Libraries and Chairman
Science (1968-1968).


HARIHARAN, PALGHAT V.,


Biochemistry
EY, JR., Ph.D.


Instructor in
HARRIS, BARN


HARRIS, GENE THOMPSON, M
Instructor (Assistant in Food
IFAS (1970-1970).


HARRIS,
Assista


LAWRENCE DEAN, Ph.D.
nt Wildlife Ecologist and


IFAS (1972-7972).


HARRIS, NANCY
Teacher, P. K.


Chicago)


Medicine (1968-1968).


HANSON, THOMAS HUBBARD McHATTON, Ph.D. (U
of Georgia)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (7968-1968).


HARDER, JA
Associate
Language


university


rYNE CRANE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Linguistics and Director of the English
Institute (1954-1971).*


HARDMAN-DE-BAUTISTA, M


Ph.D. (Stanford University)


968-1972).


University)
rman of Department


HARLAN, WILLIAM EDWARD, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
Coach (1949-1954)


HARMS,


ROBERT HENRY,


Professor (Poultry


Ph.D. (Texas A&N


and Swimming

4 University)


Nutritionist) and Chairman,


Science Department, IFAS


HARPER, JULIA


M.Ed.


(1957-1963).


Poultry


Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1966-1970).


of Florida)
tetrics and

D (University of North

of Department of Library


Ph.D. (University of
(1971-1971-1971).
(Oklahoma State U


HAYES, FRANCIS CLEMENT, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Professor of Spanish (1946-1948).
HAYGOOD, NANCY A., B.S.


Assistant Director of Finance and


HAYNES,
Associa


Accounting


(1958-1958).


RICHARD PIERCE, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
te Professor of Philosophy (1967-1971).


HAYS, CLIFFORD OLIVER, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1


of Texas)
971-1971).


HAYSLIP, NORMAN CALVIN, BSA.
Professor (Entomologist), IFAS, Agricultural Research Ce
Ft. Pierce (1943-1956)*
HAYWARD, FREDERICK WARREN, Ph.D. (Cornell University
Associate Professor (Associate Biochemist), IFAS, Agricul
Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred (1956-195i
HEAD, HENRY HERBERT, Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Associate
Physiologist, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1963-197T
HEANEY, JAMES PATRICK, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)


Associate Professor of Environmental
and Civil Engineering (1968-1972).


nter,


tural
6).


1).


Engineering Sciences


HEARN, DONALD WILLIAMS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1971-1971).


HEARON, PAMELA KUNSMAN, B.S.
(Assistant Librarian) Assistant Professor, IFAS, Ag
Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred, (1
HEATH, LEONARD L., M.S.T.


Interim


Toronto)

niversitv)


Nutritionist), IFAS


S. (University


of Kentucky)


and Resource Economics) USDA,


(Michigan State U
Assistant Forester,


university)


L., M.S.
Yonge (1971-1971)


HARRISON, DALTON SIDNEY, M.S.A.


Professor


HARRISON,


(Agricultu


MARY


ral Engineer)


NALL, M.S.


Assistant Professor (Extension Co
Specialist), IFAS (1963-1967).
HARRISON, THOMAS, M.D. (Duke
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1
HARROWER, MOLLY, Ph.D. (Smith
Visiting Professor of Clinical Psyc


IFAS, (1953-1968).


nsumer


Instructor of


ricultural
966-1967).


Mathematics (1971-1977).


HEBERT, LEE P., Ph.D.
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS
Education Center, Belle Clad
HEDDEN, SCOTT LOGAN, M.S.


Associate


SAgricultural Rese.
e (1971-1971).

e Agricultural Engi
and Educational C


Professor (Associat


USDA, Agricultural
Alfred (1963-1968).


Research


3


rch and


never ,
enter,


HEDGES, WILLIAM DEPEW, Ed.D. (Peabody College)
Professor of Education and Chairman of the Childhood
Education Department (1971-1971).
HEIGHTON, ROBERT HERBERT JR., Ph.D. (University of Hawaii)


Assistant Professor of Anthropology (1969-1969).
HEILMAN, KENNETH M. M.D. (University of Virgini,
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1970-1970).
HELD, BEREL, M.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gvnecolony


Education


University)
967-1967).


College)
hology (1968-7970).


HELLING, JOHN FREDERICK, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


a)


- -.-.. . O


(1968-1968).


Associate Professor of Physical Sciences a
(1962-1972).
HELLSTROM, WARD, Ph.D. (University of II
Chairman of Comprehensive English and
(1961-1971).


and


Chemistry


linois)
Professor of English


HARTLEY. CRAIG


SHERIDEN. Ph.D. (Ohio


tatP I Iniveritvl


- A.


CFRMIrcTTIrnflA.C oP fl tInk, larc,t


Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics (1


971-1971).


Associate Professor (Associate Dairy
(1963-1969).


I 1 _~


V


r -


- I


M1 rtl1 I'


in i


*'


iI


I


1 ~ /







STAFF


AND FACULTY


HENDERSO
Florida)
Assistant


CHARLES ALFRED, Ed.D. (University of


Professor of


HENDERSON, CLAUDE
Pennsylvania)
Clinical Assistant Pro
HENDERSON, DAVIS, (
School)


Education
BROOKS,


(1964-1967J"


M.D. (University of


lessor of Psychiatry


).D.S.


HILL, HUGH MEIGHAN, M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)


Professor of Obs
Dean of Student


tetrics and Cynec
Affairs (1963).


HILL, JERALDINE A., M.Ed.


(1970-7970).


(Northwestern University


Professor and Chairman, Removable
Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry


Instructor, P. K.


(1959-1966);


School


HILL, SAMUEL SMYTHE, JR., Ph.D. (Duke University)


Dental


Professor of Religion


(1972-1972)


Partial
(1971-1971)


HILL, WALTE
Associate


HENDERSON, FRANK WILLIAM, M.D. (Jefferson University
Clinical Assistant Professor in Medicine (1959-1959).
HENDERSON, RUDY MARIE, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Music (1963-19681)
HENNEBERGER, ROBERT E., M.A.


Instructor and Director of Language


Laboratory


and Chairman


of Department


ER, A., D.B.A. (University of Washington)
Professor of Management (7967-1967).


HILLIARD, FRANCES PAULINE. Ed.D. (Columbia University)


Professor of Education


(1950-1960).


of Pennsylvania)


HIMES, JAMES ALBERT, V.M.D. (University


Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Associate


(7971-1971).


(1965-71969).


Professor (Associate


Pharmacologist),


Director of Housing, Division of Housing (1963-1971)


Assistant Professor (Assistant
IFAS, (1966-1966).


(Georgia

Industrial


Institute of

Engineer),


Professor Emeritus
Counseling Center


USDA,


of Psychololog y;
(1925-1963).


Chairman


of Chicago)


Associate, UnivE

ty of Illinois)
n of Educational


srsity


GEORGE SELDEN, Ph.D. (Yale University)


of History


(1961-1967).


Wisconsin)


Professor of Agronomy (Geneticist USDA),


IFAS, (1955-7971).


Assistant Professor of Community
(1970-1972).


College


Health


Agncultu


and Family


Medicine


:NSEL, DALE ROBERT. Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Professor (Soil Chemist) and Center Director, IF,


Agricultural Research and
(1960-1970).


W,, Ph.D. (Ic


Professor of Education


Vocational, Technical and Adult Education


Educational Center,

,wa State University)


Associate
HIXSON, IM
Librarian


HO, NANCY L., M.S.V
Instructor of Social


>. in LS.
an of Catalog
(McGill Unive


Work in


Visiting Associate Professor
(1972-1972).


(1969-1969).


Ph.D. (University
IFAS T19r2-1966)


Assistant Professor,


GEORGIA A.,


Director, Health
(1959-1964).


ERBERT, JOHN HENRY, M.S.A.
Associate Soil Conservationist,
Service


of Nursing (1967-1969).


Wisconsin)


Psychic


(1968-1970),


Department (1949-1970).
*rsity)
atry (1970-1970)


of Environmen tal


3CKER, JOHN T., M.D. (University of Kansas)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery/lHEP (1968-1969).


Clinical Assistant Professor


HODGES, ELVER MYRON, Ph.E
Professor (A ronomist),IFAS,
Ona, (194 1-949).


rvices,


ulane University)
of Anesthesiology


. (Rutgers
Agriculture


ODGES, JAMES R., Ph.D. (University c
Professor of Humanities (7950-1963).


ral Extension


Assistant Professor of Education


(1965-1965).


University)
ral Research


Carolina)


(79717-977).


Professor of English


(1946-71951).


.D. (New
Director,


York Unvers
P. K. Yonge L


ratory


Director, Shands T
Professor-Associat


traction (1970-1970).
HERMAN, LOUIS MELVIN,
Visiting Assistant Profess
HERNDON, THOMAS GLEN
Associate Farm Forester,
(1949-1957)


HESS, NANCY RO:
Associate Profes
HESSLER, JACK R.,


SE, Ph.D.


Clinics and Associate
nd Hospital Adminis-


Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts)
or of Mathematics (1972-1972).


i, M.S.F. (University of
Agricultural Extension


(University


ODGES, STEPHEN LOFTON, M.F.A.
Instructor of Art (1968-1968).


HODGSON,


(University


of Michigan)


Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(71970-1970).


Sciences;


of Wisconsin)


ssor of Marketing (1963-1966).


D.V.M.


Assistant Professor of M


(University of Missis
medicine (1966-1968).


Associate


Microbiology,
Microbiologist,


College
IFAS (1


HOFFMAN,
Associate


sippi)


ty of Michigan)
17957-71963).


Instructor of Education (1970-1972).


orida)


Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1957


-79631


Assistant Professor of


Chemistry


(1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of English


(1966-1968).


Associate


Professor of Surgery


(University


(1964-1968).


of Iowa)


7(1965-1969),
University of Texas)
(7948-71955).


HICKS, DORA ADELINE, Ed.D. (I
Professor of Health Education


RUSSELL, Ph.D. (University


of


Vegetable C

University)


Professor of Art (1938-1948).


Associate


f Texas)
rops Sc


Pathologist)


S)nivP rsitv)


Professor of English (1957-1966).
)O0NALD R., M.S.


University)


p .. .-


Yonge Laboratory


Assistant


(1959-7964)


Assistant Professor


Professor of Education and
Foundations (1947-1972).


Hastings,


Professor of Education


and Chairman. Department of


Center Information Se


of Wisconsin)
Engineering


teaching Hospital and
e Chairman, Health a


Center,


of Miami)
of Arts and
968-1972).


Assistant Professor (Assistant


IFAS (1971-1977).
HIEBERT, ERNEST, Ph.D. (Purdue


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant
IFAS (1969-1969).
HIFRS RICHARD HYf'F Ph n VYale I


Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
i 1970-1970).
HOLLAND, HAROLD FERRELL, M.S.C.E.


Assistant Professor


of Building Construction
,D. (University of Iowaj


t1968-1968),


\


)ectahst),


r -






AND FACULTY


HOLMAN, FRANCES RAY, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1971-1971).
HOLMES, THELMA MARY, M.P.H.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy (1965-1969).


HUBBELL, DAVID HEUSTON, Ph.D. (North Carolina State


University)
Assistant Professor (Assista
(1969-1969).


nt Soil


Microbiologist),


HOLMES, JAMES R., M.A.
Counseling Psychologis
Assistant Professor of P.
HOLT, JOHN Ph.D. (Texas


s


t, University Cou
ychology (1970-'
A&M University)


nseling
O970).


HUBER, JOSEPH RICHARD, M.Ed.


Center,


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics
Department IFAS (1962-1965).


Instructor, P. K.


Yonge Laboratory School


(1958-1962).


HUBER, WAYNE CHARLES, Ph.D. (Massachusetts
Institute of Technology)
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering


and Civil Engineering


691( 8- 1 968).


HOLTZMAN, SAUL C.,
Clinical Assistant Pr
HOLYOAK, OWEN JOi


M.D. (Boston


Unive


ofessor of Psychiatry


HUDG INS, ROBERT L., M.D. (Medical


rsity)
(1968-1969).


SEPH, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)


Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1966-1971).
HOMAN, SIDNEY RAMSDEN, Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Associate Professor of English (1972-1972).
HOOD, C. IAN, M.B., Ph.D. (Liverpool)
Associate Professor of Pathology and Ophthalmology


591( 6- 7 9 68).


Medi


HUFFMAN, JACOB BRAINARD, D.F. (Duke


Associate Professor,


College of
cine/lHEP (


Virginia)
1971-1971).


ssee)
p69-1970).
University)


University)
FAS (1952-1957).


HUGGART, RICHARD LEIGH, B.S.


HOOPER, CHARLES FREDERICK, JR., Ph.D. (Johns
University)


Associate


Professor of Physics (1963-


Hopkins


1968).


HOOPER, LEONARD J., Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University)
Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
(1964-1967).


HOOVER, JOHN WESLEY, M.S.A.E.
Professor of Aerospace Engineering
HOOVER, ROY M., M.D. (University o


Clinical


Assistant Professor of Surgery


951-1967).
/irginia)
(1966-1969).


HOPKINS, DONALD LEE, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist) IFAS,


Agricultural Research


Center,


Associate


Professor (Associate


Chemist),


IFAS, DC,


(195


Florida)


HUGHES, KENNETH BURDETTE, S.J.D. (Harvard University)


Professor of Law


HUMMEL, R
Associate


691( 8- 1 968).


OLF ERICH, D.Sc. (Stuttgart, Germ;
Professor of Materials Science and


any)


Engineering (1964-1969).
HUMPHREY, STEPHEN R., Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)


Assistant Curator, FI
Professor of Zoolog


Iorida State Museum and Assistant
y (1977-1971).


HUMPHREYS, THOMAS ELDER, Ph.D. (University


HORN, GRANVILLE CLIDE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor (Ornamental Horticulturist), IFAS (1956-1967).
HORNBERGER, ROBERT HOWARD, Ph.D. (University of
Iowa)


Assistant Professor of Clinical Psyc
HORNE, EDWARD PORTER, Ph.D. (U
Associate Professor of Psychology I


hology,


V.A.1, (1969-1969).


university of
(1949-1949).


Iowa)


HORNER, EARL STEWART, Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1950-1964).
HOROWITZ, ANN JR., Ph.D. (Indiana Univei
Associate Professor of Economics (1972-1
HOROWITZ, IRA, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Insti
Professor of Management; Chairman, De;
Management (1972-1972).
HORTENSTINE, CHARLES C., Ph.D. (Univers


Associate


Professor (Associ,


ate Soil Chemist)


rsity)
972).
itute of Technology)
apartment of


of Florida)
IFAS (1959-1967).


HOSKINS, WILBUR JOLIFFE, M.S.


Instructor, P. K.


Yonge Laboratory


School (1958-1962).


HOUGH, JOSEPH POTTER, B.S.
University Controller (1964-1970).
HOUSEMAN, CLARE, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1972-1972).


HOUSE, RICHARD HART, Ph.D. (Univ
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal


cultural Research


Center, Liveoaj


ersity of Florida)
Nutritionist), IFA
k (1970-1970).


HOUSE, RICHARD HART, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal
Suwannee Valley Experiment Station
HOUSTON, WILLIAM H., M.D. (Univer
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology


of Florida)


Nutritionist), IFA
Liveoak (1970-1


sity of Georgia)
(1966-1966).


HOWARD, CHARLES MARION, Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant


Agricultural Research Center,


Dove


HOWARD, DENNIS R., M.D. (Univ


Associate


ers


Professor of Community


Medicine (1972-1972).
HOWARD, WILLIAM M.,


Pathologist), II
Sr, (1967-1967).


;ity of V
Health


Ph.D. (University


Professor of Insurance (1955-1957).


Visconsin)
and Family


of Wisconsin)


HOWE, IEANNE. Ph.D. (F


chemist),


Pennsylvania)
Professor (Biro
HUNT, E.L ROY,


J.D. (U


IFAS (1955-1968).


niversi


Professor of Law and Associ
HUNT, HOLLY PARISH, M.S.N.


Instructor, College of Nursing (1


ty of Mississippi)
ate Dean (1962-1968).


971-1971).


HUNTER, HAROLD G., Ph.D. (Washington
Associate Professor, Office of Dental Ed
College of Dentistry (1972-1972).
HURLBUT, HAROLD J., M.D. (Emory Unive


State University)
tucation.


%rsit


y).
(1969-


Clinical Assistant Professor of SurgeryllHEP


HURSCH, CAROLYN JUDGE, Ph.D. (University of Colo


Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology and
(1967-1968).


HUSEMAN, HOWARD


Executive Assistant to
(1962-1971).


HUTCHINSON, EDWARD CHARLES, Ph.D.
University)


in L.S.


(Ohio State


1967).


rising a


nd Medical


of Florida)


WILLIAM M.S.


HUTTON, GEORGETTE
Assistant Professor, College of Nu
Supervisor, V.A.1 (1969-1969).
HYATT, DORIS, Y., B.S.


Assistant Librarian,


IBARRA, EILEEN SULLIVAN, Ph.D. (U


(C


university


Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic (1969-1970).
IBARRA, FERNANDO, Ph.D. (U.C.L.A.)


Associate Professor
INGBER, STANLEY N.,


of Spanish


(1967-1972).


J.D. (Yale University)


Assistant Professor of Law (1972-1972).


ING MN, HAL MAURY, M.S.M.A.


Assistant Professor of Mechanical


INGRAM, LONNIE O'NEAL, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor of Microbiology, College
Sciences, Assistant Bacteriologist, College of
(1972-1972).


ech.)
ring (1961


IRA, GORDON, JR., M.D. (Duke University)
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine/lHEP (197
IPFI Ajn DIl NAI fn IflF PBh rl I Iniw rcih, rn Ftnrim,4i


of


;eorgia T
Enginee


STAFF


Clinical Assistant Professor of


Sciences


HUDSON, CALVIN H., M.D. (University of Tenne
Clinical Assistant Professor in SurgeryllHEP (19
HUDSON, JERE H., M.S.I.A. (George Washington
Assistant Dean and Lecturer (1968-1969)
(1968-1969).


Associate Forester, I


Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred
HUGHES, DAVID TIMOTHY, Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1970-1970).


cultural
1).


Leesburg, (1969-1969).


7969).


the Director and Assistant


Psychiatry


Librarian


Associate Professor of Speech (1967-


Reference and Bibliograph


y (1967-


7967).


-1961).


f Texas)
of Arts and
Agriculture


1-1977).


f\


,


#


lorida State Univeritv1


I


I


v.


'


ity


I


I












IENSEN, PAUL ., Ph.D. (University


Associate Professor of Speech ( 963-1967%)
SSE, RICHARD R., Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Assistant Professor


of Management (1972-1972).


Professor (Assistant


ral Research
68).


IUTAKA, SUGIYAMA, M.A. (Faculta
Ciencias Sociales, Santiago, Chile)
Associate Professor of Sociology


Horticulturist),


and Educational Cente


IFAS, DC,
r, Lake Alfred


IESTER, ROBERT E., Ph.D. (University of Utah)
Associate Protessor of Education (1966-1 969).


JOF E,


SARETTA H., M.S. (Columbia


Instructor
IOHNS, LEW\
Associate


(7967-7967).


m Social
IS E., JR.,
Profes sor


University)


Work in Psychiatry


(1969-7969).


Ph.D. (Carnegie Institute of Technology).
of Chemical Engineerng (1967-7972).


JOHNSON, CARL HENRY, Ph.D (University


JABERG, RUSSELL LOWELL, S.T.D. (Temple University)
Assistant Professor of Humanities (1968-1969).


JABLONSKI, DONALD
Clinical Associate Pi


V., M.D. (Wayne


professor


Professor of Pharmacognosy


JOHNSON, F. CLIFFORD, Ph.D. (U


Associate


Professor ofZoology


S., B. Arch.
Consultant


JOHNSON, GORDON,
R.A. Senior Planning


(1939-1954)


university of T
1967-1967).
(University o
(1968-1977).


JOHNSON, IRMGARD, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Humanities (1955-7967L.
JOHNSON, JAMES TROY, Ph.D. (Virginia
Assistant Professor of Agronomy, IFAS


IOHNSON, JERRY


ANN, Ed.D. (Boston


Professor of Education


JOHNSON, LOYS ALMON,


Professor of Economics (1946-1958)."


university of Pittsburgh)
Chairman, Behavioral Sciences,


JACKSON, LARRY KEITH, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Fruit Crops (
Horticulturist), IFAS (1963-1972).
JACKSON, LEONARD D., Ed.D. (Univ
Assistant Professor, P.K. Yonge (79
JACKSON, RICHARD A., M.A.


Professor


JACOBS, ARTHUR J.,
Assistant Professor


JACOBS, DANIEL M., M.D. (Duke Universit


JAEGER, MARC, J.R., M.D. (University of Bern)


Associate Professor in Physiology and
JAMES, BRYSON LEMOINE, Ph.D. (Ohio


(1971-19717L


M.SC.E.


Professor of Building Construction an
Department of Buildding Construction


JOHNSON, LU
Associate Lib
(7966-71970).


JOHNSON,
Professor
IOHNSON,
Assistant


Georgia)


Dentistry (1969-
State University)


IOHNSON, ROGER BURR, Ph.D.
Professor (Entomologist), IFAS
Educational Center, Lake Alfre


JOHNSON,
Assistant
JOHNSON,


Assistant


SIMON OTIS,


Professor


t Pro


Agricultur
(7970-7197
JOHNSTON,
Associate


al
0).


Ed.D.


of Education


dfessor (Assista
Research and


DAVID WARE, Ph.D. (University x
Professor of Zoology (1963-7967).


JOHNSTON, OTTO W., Ph.D. (Princeton


Associate


of Washington)


exas)


of Denver)

Polytechnic
(1970-1970).


University)


'd Chairman t
(7960-1964).


Assistant Professor of


RAYMOND CLARENCE, M.S,.E


of Electrical Engineering


Library


Science


(1946-196)BL


of Missouri)


(Cornell


University)


, Agricultural Research
d (1952-71965).


(Indiana


University)


),I


ersity)


er, Belle Glade

of California)


University)


Professor of German t1969-1972x


JOINER, JAMES G., Ph.D. (University


Assistant


JOINER,


of Alabama)


Professor in Rehabilitation Counseling


IASPER


NEWTON,


Professor (Ornamental Hortic


IONAS, A. GARLAND, JR.,


Clinical Associate
IHEP (1971-1971).


7969).


Director,


JONES, BARTLETT CA
Assistant Professor


JONES, DAVID


Professor


WILSON,


of Agronomy


ulturistk)


M.D. (Vanderbilt


Professor


I7972-1972).


State University)


AS 1950-7966).
University)


of Obstetrics and Gynecologyt


University)


17969-1969).


M.S.A.
, IFAS (1946-1977).


JAMES, JOH
Associate


JONES, EDMUND RUFFIN, Ph.D.


Professor of Management (1961-7964).


JAMES, NORMAN L, Ph.D (Ru
Associate Professor (Associ
Agricultural Research & eEd
(1971-1971).


tigers
3te A,


Professor


of Zoology


iUniversivt ot


Virginia)


(1946-1947;


JONES, ERNEST MCCLAIN, J.SD. (Ya


USDA


ucation Center, Belle


IFAS


GClade.


Professor


of Law


(71954-1957).


JONES, ESTHER, J., M.Ln.


Assistant


Librarian,


Health Center


le University)


Library (7970-1970).


Professor (Associate Entomologist), IFAS


Agricultural Resear
(1967-1972).


JANIS,


ch and Educational Center,

M.D. (New York University)


Belle


JONES, JESSE RAY, JR.
Associate Libranran,


Glade.


(17970-7970).


JONES, JOH
Professor


(Plant


Patty


Educational Center,
JONES, JOHN PAUL, N
Dean and Professor


M.A. n L.S.
Reference and Bibliography
h.D. (Ohio State University)


hologist), If
Bradenton


AS, Agricultural
(7958-7970).


S967 -1970).


Research


Assistant
Agricultu
(1968-19,


IVEY, ROBERT DORSEY, M.A.


Assistant


Librarian


of Pediatrics/lHEP


IFAS (1970-1970).


(71971


-71971).


of Surgery


JACKSON, BILL GREER, Ph.D. (Texas A&M
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Ht
(17967-7967).


y(


JACKSON,


7971-1971).
University)
usbandman),


LOUIS,


JACKSON, ERIC, Ph.D. (U
Assistant Professor and


Assistant Professor of Zoology


(1970-71972)


Assistant

ersity of
71-19771).


Teacher, P. K.


Yonge Laboratory School (7


Associate


JACKSON, RONALD FREDERICK, D.V.M. (Michigan


(1968-1968).


Professor


972-7972).


r (Associate


State


Veterinarian), IFAS


Associate


r (Associate


Veterinarian) IFAS


State


Producer-Director, Television


(1971-1971).


Assistant Professor


of Journalism and Communications and


41971-1971).


Station


JACUNSKI, EDWARD WALTER, M.A.E.


Associat
College


of MedicinellHEP


Int Nematologst
Educational C(en


(7964-71964).


y97
71-7977).


(19


e Professor of Engineering
of Engineering (1947-7967).


Graphics;


Assistant Dean,


Professor (Ornamental


IFAS, Agricult
(1970-7970).


ural Research


st) and Center
Ft. Lauderdale


JANES, MEL'
Associate


of History and Social Su( en es (


of Iowa)


t


I_





STAFF


AND FACULTY


JORDAN, VIRGINIA GOODELL, M.E.
Assistant Professor of Medical Technology (1967-1967).
JORDON, KENNETH FORBIS, Ed.D. (Indiana University)


rroressor of education


91( 7 1-1 977 ).


JOURARD, SIDNEY M., Ph.D. (Buffalo Univ
Professor of Psychology (1958-1964).
JULIN JOSEPH RICHARD, L.B.


Professor of Law and Dean
(1971-1971).


JULIUS,


of the


RICHARD L., M.D. (University


College


ersity)


KELLEY, LORETTA J., M.
Assistant Professor, C
KELLY, DANIEL LEO, Ed.


Assistant Professor of


KELLEY, EARL MCNEIL, M.Ag.
Professor (Extension District


KELLY, ELIZABETH GRANT,


of Law


of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1967-1972).
JUERGENSMEYER, JULIAN C., LL.B. (Duke University)


Professor of Law


JUNCOS, LI
Assistant
KAFOGLIS,


(1972-1972).


UIS I., M.D. (National
Professor of Medicine


University of Cordoba)
e (1972-1972).


MADELYN L., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


Associate Research Professor, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research and Associate Professor of Economic
(1960-1966).


KAFOGLIS,


MILTON


Z., Ph.D. (Ohio


Professor of Economics (7958-1968).*


Assistant Librarian,


KELLY, THOMAS JOSEPH, Ed.D. (University of Kansas)
Assistant Professor of Education (1971-1971).


KELLY, WALTER C., M.D. (Temple University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics/IHEP (1971


KEM, WILLIAM R., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology (1971-1971).
KEMP, HAROLD WARREN, M.S.
Associate Professor ofArchitecture (1966-1971).
KENDALL, KENNETH EVERETT, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


cs


State University)


Associate Professor of English (
KENNISON, JAMES ALLEN, JR., M
Assistant Librarian, Circulation


(19


65-1970).


.S.L.S.
(1971-1971)


Agent),


Acquisitions (1970-1970).


)69-1969).
irida)


IFAS (1949-1969).


KAISER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.B.A.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
KALCH, LESTER WILCOX, M.Ag.


Professor (Associate Extension


IFAS, (1951-1968).
KALLENBACH, ERNST A.,


Ph.D.


(McGill


Professor of Pathology


KALLMAN, ROBERT RICHARD, Ph.D.


of Technolo
Associate


Y)of
Professor of


KENT, JOSEPH FRANCIS, Ph.D.


(1969-1969).


Poultryman),


University)


(1963-1969).


(Massachusetts


Mathematics (1972-1972).


KALMAN, RUDOLF E. (Columbia University)


?search


and Industrial and Systems Engineering, and
Science, Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering


(University


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1


of Journalism


KEPPEL, REUBEN ARTHUR, M.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Chemical


97;


of Virginia)
0-1970).


and Communications


(1955-1970).


KERR, STRATTON HORSBURG, Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Institute


KERSHNER, RICHARD B., Ph.D. (Stanford University)


(1971-1971).


KERSLAKE, KENNETH ALVIN, M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art (1 956-1969).
KESL, LEONARD EDWARDS, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Art (1 968-1970).


KALRA, SATYA


PAUL, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor in Obstetrics and


of Delhi, India)
Gynecology (7 971-7971).


KAPLAN, LEONARD, Ed.D. (Rochester University)


Professor of Education (1967-1972).
KAPLAN, STANLEY, Ph.D. (University (


Assistant


Af Miami)


Professor of Anatomical Sciences (1966-1967).


KESTERSON, JAMES WALTE
Professor (Chemist), IFA5
Educational Center, Lake


.R, M.S
, Agric
Alfred


cultural Research
(1947-1956).


KEUNZ, MARJORIE A.M., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor, Office of Dental Education,
College of Dentistry (1973-1973).


KARACAN


, ISMET, M.D.


KAUFMAN, HERBERT E., M.D. (Harvard U


Professor
of Ophth.


KAUFMANN, DAVID ALl
Assistant Professor of
(1970-1970).


(U university


Professor of Psychiatry and


(1966-7966).


KARP, GERAL
Assistant P,
KARP, JESSIE


of Istanbul)


of Electrical


LD C., Ph.D. (Universit
professor of Zoology (1


N., M.A.E. (U


Instructor of Education


university


(1972-1972).


KAUDE, JURI VELLO, M.D. (Universil
Professor of Radiology (1971-1971


niversit


nan of the
Pharmacol


KHALIL, TAREK M., Ph.D. (Texas Technological


Engineering,


y of Washington)
971-1977).
of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems


(1969-1969).
KIDD, JOHN BAXTER, B.S. (Ar
Major, U.S. Army, Assistant
(17970-1970).


lington State)
Professor of Military


University)
Engineering


Science


KIDD, KENNETH PAUL, Ph.D. (Peabody University)


of Kiel)


KAUFMAN, CLEMENS MARCUS, Ph.D. (Universit


Professor ot Education


(1938-1955).


KILBY, JOHN DAVIS, Ph.D. (Univ


y of Minnesota)

y)
Department
ogy (1962-1969).


LEN, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Professional Physical Education


Professor of Zoology


Sciences,


ELS, D.W., M.D. (University of Miami)
University Physician (1972-1972).
ENE, WILLIS R., M.D. (Johns Hopkins
Professor of Medicine and Chairman <


Department of Medicine


for IHEP (7969-1971).


ESLING, JAMES EDGAR, Ph.D. (University of Mia
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1967-1977).
HOE, MICHAEL JAMES, M.D. (St. Bartholomew's
medical College)
Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine (1967-1971
IG, NORMAN GUTHRIE, Ph.D. (Ohio State Univi


A _ -


r 1. r. f rfr i


of California)


Mechanics


Associate


Professor of Zoology


of Florida)
7-1956).


KILLINGER, GORDON BEVERLY, Ph.D. (Iowa State


Professor of Agronomy, IFAS


(1941-1943).


University)


KILPATRICK, KERRY E., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
and of Health and Hospital Administration; Director,


Health Systems
Center (1970-1


Research
970).


KIM, DONG SIE, Ph.D. (2
Assistant Professor of
KIMBALL, SOLON T., Ph.
Graduate Research Prc


Division,


Health


rulane University)
Mathematics (1969-1969).


Professor of Botany


Tennessee)
Professor of Education


and Chairman,


Administration Department (1958-1966).


University)
Professor (A


Hospital


;y (1966-1966).
University).
Mycologist,

sitv of


Educational


State


agricultural Engineer)


IFAS (1958-1958).


:OFON, M.L.S.
Reference and Bibliography


(1969-1969).


KINER, CLEVELAND D., M.Ed. (Pennsylvania State Uni


versitv)


college of Nursing (19
D. (University of Fic
English (1965-1967).


Associate


-1971).


Associate


KENT, KURT E., M.A.
Assistant Professor
(1970-1970).


Graduate Re
Engineering
Engineering
(1971-1971),


Professor of Mathematics, Electrical


Professor (En tomologist),


Engineering


Assistant Professor of English


IFAS (1953-1968).


Professo


r (Forester),


IFAS (1951-1962).


of Ophth
almology


almology, Chair,
and Professor of


Associate


(University
(1963-1968).


and Associate


S.


I.


M.S. in LS.


I


ty


I


of Mia i






STAFF


AND FACULTY


KING, CALEB J., D.D.S. (Emory University)
Assistant Professor of Peridontology,
College of Dentistry (1972- 972).


KING, EMILY ELIZABETH, Ph.D. (Universit


Professor (Extension


Development).


Home Economist,


IFAS, (1946-1964).


KING, FREDERICK A., Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins
Professor and Chairman of Neuroscience
of Psychology (1959-1969).
KING, HOWARD E., B.A.


Director,


Administrative Services,


Health


y of Wisci
Resource


onsin)


University)
and Professor


Center (1962-1968).


KING, ROBERT LEE, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University)


Assistant Professor of Neuroscience,
Psychology (1961-1964).
KING, ROY WARBRICK, Ph.D. (Cambri
Associate in Chemistry (1969-1970).


Physiology, and


dge


KOGER,
Profes


MARVIN, Ph.D. (University of A
sor(Animal Geneticist), IFAS (1


KORAN, JO-
Associate


Missouri)
951-1951).


KOKOMOOR, MARVIN L, M.D. (University of Michigan)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1968-1968).
KOLARIK, J. MILAN, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Senior Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling
Center; Associate Professor of Psychology (1956-1963).


KOLIN, IRV., M.D. (Sunny Buffalo)
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry


(1972-1972).


KONISHI, TERUZO, Ph.D. (Kyoto, Japan), M.D. (Kyoto)


Associate


Research Professor


of Surgery,


Physiology


KONYHA, MARVIN EARL, Ph.D. (Michigan State
Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Econo


University)


KING, R. TAYLOR, M.D. (Vanderbilt University)


Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
KINLOCH, ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Ph.D. (t
California)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nematolo


Agricultural


Research


Center,


Department, IFAS


(1970-1970).


KOO, ROBERT CHUNG JEN, Ph.D. (University


(1972-1972).
JUniversity of

*ist), IFAS,


lay (1968-i 968).


urst),


IFAS, Agricultural
Alfred (7953-1969).


IN JOSEPH, JR,, Ph.D. (Standford U
Professor of Education (1971-1971).


KOREAN, MARY LOU, Ph.D. (Stanford


Associate


Unive


University)


mics


of Florida)


Research and


diversity)


Professor, Office of Dental Education (1972-72)


KINNAN, JOSEPH E., M.S.
Captain, U.S. Air Force,
Studies (1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of Aerospace


KOSTEWICZ, STEPHEN R. Ph.D. (Ohio


Assistant Professor (Assistant
IFAS (1972-1972)


State Univ


Vegetable Crops


ersity)
Specialist)


KINZER, JOHN MARVIN, M.A.,
Acting Vice President for Student Affairs
(1971-1971).


KINZER, SUZANNE M.,


Ed.D. (Rochester U


Assistant Professor of Education


KINZEY, BERTRAM YORK, JR.,


owa State University)


(7964-1965).A


Professional


)uri)
(71971-


KOTEY, PAUL F. A., Ph.D. (University
.jty


Interim


Assistant Protessor of Atric


KOVALIK, GUSTAVE THOMAS,


university)


(1970-1971).


M.S.A.E.


Professor of Architecture (1959-1965).


KIRBY, ROBERT R., M.D
Francisco)


(University


Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology


KIRK, WILEY P., Ph.D. (State


Brook)
Interim


of California, San


Assistant Librarian,


M.A.


of Wisconsin)
an Languages (7972-1972).


IFAS (1972-1972)


KRAFT, JOHN, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Assistant Professor ofEconomics (1970-1970).
KRAMER, SOL, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Psychiatry and Biology (1964-1964).


KRAUSCHE, CHARLES EMIL,


(1971-1972).


University of New York at


Assistant Professor of Physics (1972-1972).


KIRKPATRICK, MARTIN SMITH, M.A.


Associate


KIRMSE, DALE WILLIAM, Ph.D. (1(
Assistant Professor of Chemical
KISER, LORA ANTOINETTE, M.S.


Professor (Extension Home Economist,


Development),


IFAS, (1946-1963).


KITS, JOHN STEWART, M.M.


Assistant Professor of


KLEIN JR., E.F., M.D. (University of Misse
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology


Assistant Professor


of Pathology
LLIAM. M.A.


Assistant Professor of Engineering


(1969-1969).


Graphics


WILLIAM E., Ed.D. (University of Denver)


University Counseling Psychologist;
Education.


Associate


M.S.C.E.


Assistant Professor of Building Construction


KRAVER, RONALD T.,


M.F.A


(1970-71971).


Instructor of Art (1968-1968).P


KREMBOLD, DAVID ALAN,


Interim
KRESS, ES


Instructor it
TA L.. M.D.


M.FA.


Art (1972-1972)


(University


University Physician (1967).


of


HESS, JACOB H., M.D. (University
Assistant Director, Student Healt


Pennsylvania)

of Virginia)
th Service.


KRETSCHMER, ALBERT EMIL, JR., Ph.D.
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS, Agric


Ft. Pierce (1952-1966).*


(Missouri


(Rutgers
cultural R


Univer


Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery


1977).


Professor (Horticulturist) and
ment IFAS (7957-1960)


(1958-1958).


Profess


Associate


or of


.IPPEL, R. EUGENE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University)
Assistant Professor of Marketing (1971-1971).
4APP, FREDRICK W., Ph.D. (University of California)


Associate


(University of North


Associate


IIZLEY, HOMER, M.D. (University of
Assistant Professor of Medicine and


of Endocrinolog


Professor,


Assistant


y (1967-1969).


College of Nursing


Professor (Assistant


(1946-7946).


Professor (Associate


Chairman,


Univer
'esearch


sity)
(1972-1972).


as A&M Un
Fruit Crops


Dairy Technologist),


KRONSTADT, ALEX, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of-Psychology (1
KROP, HARRY D., Ph.D. (University of


Assistant Professor of


SUZANNE,


Assistant Librarian,


Librarian in charge o
Library (1951-1970).
KRUSE, JOHN C., M.D.
Clinical Instructor in


Clinical


M.L.S.


Psychology


V.A.1 (1971


Reference and Bibliography
CENT. MA.


f Engineering &

(George Wash
Anesthesiolog


Assistant Professor (Assistant
(1970-1970).
KUITERT, LOUIS CORNELIUS, F


(1956-1966).
D. (North Carolina


Professor (Entomologist), IFAS


sity)
SCenter,


diversity)
Depart-


IFAS,


-1971).


(1970-1970).


, Physical Sciences


Ph.D. (Universit!
Plant Pathologis

'h.D. (University


(1948-71965).


(Princeton


State


Microbiologist), IFAS


Associate Professor of Engineering Science,
Aerospace Engineering (1968-1968).


University)
(1970-1970).


y of Minnesota)
;t), IFAS

of Kansas)


University


Mechanics,


J J-I -


Speech (1963-7968).


Professor (Horticult


Educational Center, Lake


Professor of English (1956-1969).


Engineering


Music (1965-1966).


Professor (Associate Biochemist), IFAS (7960-1967).
DWARD BYRON. Ph.D. (Duke University)
'rofessor of Aeronomv (Assistant Plant


Professor of Humanities (1964-7969).


S


KR


V


K.11~ nl rr II^" -- f I *-* J I ''






STAFF


AND FACULTY


RONDALD JUEY-RONG, Ph.D. (Colorado State
sistant Research Professor of Coastal and Oce


Engineering (1969-1970).


University)
anoeranhic


LEADON, BERNARD MATHEW, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)


Professor of Engineering
Aerospace Engineering I


Science, M
1964-1964).


echanics, and


LAKE. RICHARD


E., M.A.


Assistant Professor of Speech


(1969-1970).


LAMBERT, ROY E., Ph.D. (University of
Associate Prof esor ofHumanities (1


LAMBERT, ZARREL V.,


Ph.D.


Illinois)
959-1963).


(Pennsylvania


State University)


Associate Professor of Marketing and Director of M.B.A.
Program (1970-1973).


LEATHERS, CHESTER W., Ed.D. (University of Georgia)
Director of Extended Services, Division of Continuing
Education and Assistant Profssor of Education (1977-1972).
LEAVENWORTH, RICHARD STEWART, Ph.D. (Stanford
University)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering


Assistant Dean
(1966-1972).


of the College of Engineering


LANCIANI, CARMINE A., Ph.D. ((
Assistant Professor of Zoology
LANDSMAN, THEODORE, Ph.D.


Professor of Education


C. BRONSON,


LANE,


(1958-1


(University


Professor (Associate


(1970-1970).
LANE, DAVID, Ph.D. (Columbia
Professor of Education (1954-
LANE, JOHN G., JR., M.D. (Geor
Clinical Assistant Professor o;


Cornell Unive
(1968-1970).


(Syracuse Un
959).
of Maryland)
Dairy Techn<


M.S.E.


:rsity)


LEAVITT
Assoc


diversity)


* BENJAMIN BURTON, Ph
late Professor of Zoology


i.D. (Harvard University)
(1946-1954).


LEAVITT, NORMA MURIEL, Ed.D. (Columbia University)


ologist) IFAS


University)
1970).


ge
fPe


Washington University)
.diatricslJHEP (1971-1971).


LANGDON, KENNETH R., Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor (Assistant
(1966-1966).


LANGEE, HARVEY


ROBERT, M.D.


D.P.I.,


(Stanford University)


Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (1968-1968).


LANGFORD, ALLIE GERALD, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of English (1953-1966).
LANGFORD, R. G., M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1971-1971)


LANGHAM, MAX RAYMOND, Ph.D. (University


of Illinois)


Professor Food and Resource Economics Department
IFAS, (1962-1970).


LAN IER,
Clinic
LANTOS


JAMES C., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
al Assistant Professor of Pediatricsl]HEP


ROBERT L.,


Professor of Professional Education


(1953-1963).


LEBER, GAIL W.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meterologist) IFAS, NWS,
Agricultural Research Center, Lakeland (1963-1963).


LEBO, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. (U


nivl


Assistant Professor of Astronomy (1


LEE, J., M.B.A. (Unive
Assistant Director,


rsity of Florida)


ersity of FlI
964-1965).


Veteran's Administrati


Assistant Pro fessorof Healthand
(1972-1972).
LEE, JONATHAN K. Ph.D. (Indiana


Hospital


University)


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1971


LEE, PERMILLAS ARTEN,
Assistant Professor of


Jr., M.A.
Physical Educatio


)rida)


on Hospital and
Administration, VA


-1971).


n (1948-1951).


LEE, ROBERT CHARLES, Ph.D. (Peabody College)
Associate Professor of English (1947-1956).


LEGGC, KEITH R., Ph.D.
Associate Professor 4
LEGRAND, FERDINANI
Netherlands)


(1971-1971).


Director, Pharmaceutical and Central Sterile Supply


Services;


Assistant Professor,


College of Pharmacy (1


LANZILLOTTI, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Ph.D.
Berkeley)
Professor of Economics and Dean of C
Administration (1969-1969).
LAPOINTE, LEONARD, Ph.D. (University


(Califo


Associate


(University of California)
of Political Science (1966-1967).
3, M.S. (College of Tropical Agriculture,


Professor of Agronomy, IFAS, (1958-1972).


LEHMAN, WILBUR L.,


967-1967).


rnia at


collegee of Business

of Colorado)


Assistant Professor of Communicative Disorders,


(1969-1969).
LARCHE, THELMA B.,
Assistant Librarian,
(1963-1968).


LARKIN, ANN


REBECCA


M.A., in L.S.
P. K. Yonge Laboratory


Assistant Professor of Neu


(1968-19717)
LARKIN, LYNN


HAYDOCK,


V.A.1


D.D.S.


Assistant Professor of Dent
(1968-1968).


(Ohio State University)
tistry, College of Dentistry


LEIBMAN, KENNETH C., Ph.D. (New York University)
Professor of Pharmacology (1956-1968).


LEILICH, ROY


EDGAR,


Re.D.


Professor of Professional
(1952-1967).


P


(University of Indiana)
hvsical Education and Recreation


LEITCH, VINCENT B., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Assistant Professor of Humanities (1972-1972).


LEMARCHAND, RENE, Ph.D.
Angeles)
Professor of Political Scier


School


'h.D. (University of Colorado)
roscience and BiochemistrylVA


Ph.D.


(I


Assistant Professor of Pathology


LARRAURI


, O,A.,


M.A. Arch.


University of
(1968-1968).


Colorado)


Instructor on Architecture (197-1971).


LARRICK, BRUCE,


D.M.D. (Tufts Univ


e


Assistant Professor, Office of Dental


College of Dentistry
LARS EN, JANET SEC ER,


Assistant Professor of


LARSON, KENNETH


(1972-972).


rsity)
Education,


Ed.D. (University of F
SEnglish (1969-1969).


JAMES,


AssociateProfessor of Nav


M.A. (University of San
*al Science (1972-1972).


LARSON, RICHARD F., Ph.D. (Notre C
Professor of Sociology (1968-1971).


LASLEY,


MARION


MURRAY, Ph.D.


(C(


* Professor of Spanish (1956-1


LA SPADA, ANTHONY, M.D.
Clinical Assistant Professo
LATOUR, MARINUS HENRY,


Associate Professor of Electrical


WILLIS ALVIN,


LAVIRE,


(University


LEMBERGER,


Associate
-f j


MAX AUGUST, M.S.


(University of California at Los


ice (1962-1971).


Professor ofPharmacy, Assistant Dean, College


of Pharmacy (1971-1977 )
LEONARD, CHESTER D., Ph.D.
Professor (Horticulturist), IF/


Educational Center, Lake
LERCH, HAROLD ALEXANE


(Rutgers University)
AS, ARicultural Research and
Fred (1950-1966).


IER, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1968-1968).
LES LIE, GERALD R., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor and Chairman, Department of Sociology
(1967-1967)


:lorida)


LESTER, W. BERNARD, Ph.D.


Diego)


,ame University)

)lumbia University)


1956).
of Bologn


(1


Engineering (1


Ed.D. (University


Associate Professor of Education (1961
~~. .. .


(Texas A&M University)


Associate Professor, Food and Resource Economics


Department, IFAS, DC (1967-1967).
LEVIN, SIDNEY, M.D. (Baylor University)
Professor of Pediatrics and Chairman of Department of
Pediatrics at HEP (1968-1971).
LEVINSON, LESLIE HAROLD, LLM.
Professor of Law (1966-1970)


971-1971).


946-1950).


of Florida)
-1965).
*= ft !\ J


VY, C. MICHAEL, JR., Ph.D. (Univ
Associate Professor of Psycholog


srsity of Wisconsin)
y (1964-1970).


LEVY, JUDITH M., Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry


(1970-1970).
I FVV Nn'RMAA


fWsstPrn Reserve University


LAI,
As


Associate


Nematologist),


Associate


r of Pediatrics/JHEP


- O -0 -r -


-;


I


I


--


SM n ph nPh


I


*


I
















LOFGREN, CLIFFORD
Florida)


Entomology


SWANSON,


Research Lab.


MA.E.


STAFF


LEWIS, ARTHUR J., Ed.D. (Columbia University


LEWIS,


DANIEL RALPH, Ph.D. (Louisiana State


University)


university)


OFTEN, WILLIAM TRAVIS,


Associate


Professor of Education


AND FACULTY


Ph.D. (University of


USDA,


(1937-1937).


LEWIS, JEFFREY, J.D. (Duke


University)


Assistant Professor of Law (1972-1


LOGGINS, PHILLIP EDWARDS, At
Associate Professor (Associate


972).


LEWIS W.J., Ph. D. (Mississippi State University)


Assistant Professor of Entomology, Georgia Coa
Plains Experiment Station, Tifton, Georgia, IFAS
(1970-1970).


istal


IFAS (7953-1966).
LONDONO, JAVIER, M.D. (Emory


Assistant Professor in


A.S. (Oklahoma State)
Animal Husbandman)


University)


Medicine (1969-1970).


LEY, KENNETH D., Ph. D. (Washington


Assistant Professor (Assistant
(1971-1971).


LI, SHENG-SAN, Ph.D.


(University of


966).


State University


(Rice University)


Assistant Professor of Electric
LINDBERG, DAVID SEAMAN, Ei
Assistant Professor of Health
(1971-1971).


LILES, ANNETTE LUCILLE, M.A., B.A
Librarian and Chairman of Refer4
DKEPARTMENT, Associate Profe;
(1947-1970.1
LIND, STEPHEN ANDERSON, LL.M.


Associate


al Engineering (1968-1969).
d.D. (University of Florida)
Related Professions


in LS.


ence and Bibliography
ssor of Library Science


2).


LINDBERG, DAVID S., Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Medical Techno
UNDER, PETER WALTER, Ph.D. (Uppsala


of Florida)
loRy (1v971


University)


959-1965).


University)


LONG, DONALD EUGENE, M.S
Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics
Department, IFAS, (1970-1970).
LONG, FRANK C., M.D. (Temple University)
Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and


Gynecologyl


IHEP (1971-1971(.


LONG, ROBERT L., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


Assistant Professor of
LONG, STEPHEN GANO,


Assistant Professor


Mathematics (1972-1972).


M.A.


of English


(1958-1958).'


LONG, STERLING KRUEGER, Ph.D. (University


of Texas)


AKSSOCIATE Professor (Associate Bacteriologist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake
Alfred (1958-1968).


LOPEZ, RAUL I., M.D. (University of Florida)
Clinical Instructor of Medicine (1970-1970).


-1971)


Associate Professor of Chemistry (1971-1971 ).
LINDGREN, ERIK RUNE, Tekn. Dr. (Royal Institute of


Technology,


Sweden)


Professor of Engineeri


Aerospace


Engineering


'echanics, and


LINDHOLM, FRED ARTHUR, Ph.D. (University


Professor of Electrical


LINDQUIST,


Engineering


(7966-71966).


ANDERS GUNNAR Ph.D.


Technology)
Visiting Assistant


Professor


LINDQUIST, ROBERT CARL, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1
LINGREN, PETER D., Ph.D.


Associate Professor (Associate
(1971-1971).
LINKER, EUGENE, Ph.D. (Rutgers


Associate


Professor of Cli


nical


Entomologist),


University
Psycholoj


LORZ, ALBERT PROTUS, Ph.D. (U


university


Professor (Horticulturist) Agricultural
Stations (1948-1948).


LOTZKAR,


STANLEY, D.D.S


College of Dentistry)
Associate Professor and


of Arizona)


Institute of


Service Programs.


ColleA


Ex


of Virginia)
periment


(New York University


Chairman, Special
ge of Dentistry (19.


LOWDIN, PER-OLOV, Ph.D. (Uppsala)


Graduate


Research


Professor of


Cher


(1960-1960).
LOWE, RONALD EDSEL, Ph.D. (Purdue


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist)
IFAS, USDA (1966-1966).


LOWENTHAL, JOSEPH J., M.D.
Pennsylvania)
Clinical Professor of Medici,


LU, SUNG YV
Technology)
Associate


Y)
gy (1970-1970).


LINTON, DARREL GLEN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Instructor in Industrial and Systems Engineering (179
LIPOVSKI, GERALD JOHN, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


Assistant Professor o Electrical Engineering
PSIUS, CARLTON EDWARD, Ed.M.


Assistant to


Wisconsin)


LISCA,


Professor of English (1958-1


(Rice University)


LISHENG-SAN,


Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
LISLE, FORREST, Jr., M.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1970).
LISTER, JAMES, L., Ed.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Education (1962-1968)


Assistant


Professor of Education


'2-1972).


91( 6 9-7 969).


Ph.D. (Carnegie


University of

IJ/HEP (1968-1971).
Institute of


Professor of Engineering Science,


and Aerospace Engineering
LUCA, MATTHEW HARMON,


(19591-7963).


B.S. (Tulane


Mechanics


University)


Assistant Professor of Naval Science (1972-1972).


LUCAS, HOWARD C
Clinical Associate


., M.D. (Cornell U
in Ophthalmology


LUCANSKY, TERRY W., Ph.D. (E
Assistant Professor of Botany
LUCHT, CHARLES ROSS, M.A.


(1968-1969).


Assistant Professor of English (
LEUHR, CHARLES POLING, Ph.D.


California)
Assistant Professor of


Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Botany


ty of Minnesota)
(1970-7970).


TELL, RAMON CLARENCE, Ph.D. (Oklahoma
Assistant Professor Statistics (1970-1970).


JOSEPH


Professor


WALLACE,


of Law


(1967-1 971).


M.S.A


County
Saigon,


Agent (on
Vietnam (


(Wayne State


(University c

L. (University


University)
Professor (Plant Pathologist,


State)


Assistant Professor
(1971-1972).


if Michigan)

of Florida)


of Psychic


university)
S(1962-7968).


(79717-71977)


1969-7969).
(University


Mathematics (1968-1970).


(7969-7969).


USDA) IFAS, (7955
e University)
atry and Sociology


HARRY C. D.O.S.
ir, Fixed Prosthodontics and Director
of Dentistry(1971-1977).
N, DALE ALLEN, M.S.M.E. (University


AEsoriate


;-71955).


of Occlusion,

of Minnesota)


Professor of Environmental Eneineerine


717-1971).


Interim


4 ,t ..


Professor
Curriculum
(1970-197


of Education and Chairman, Division of
rm and Instruction, College of Education
0).


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1972-1972).


LEWIS, HAL GRAHAM, Ph.D. (Columbia U
Professor of Education (1936-1969).
Educational Foundations (1936-19692)"


LOEHMAN, RONALD ERNEST, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor of Materials Science and
Engineering (1970-1970).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist),


(1968-1968).


Virologist), IFAS


Professor of Law (1970-197.


vg Science, M
(965-1965).M


of Mathematics (1972-7972).


mistry and Physics

University)


the President (1971-1971).


leave), Instructor, IFAS, U.S. Embassy,
1954-1968).


k.


ne


*^I


1 H f f -- I -- .. .














Clinical Assistant Professor
JHEP (1972-1972).


D. (University of Tennessee)
of Obstetrics and Gynecologyl


University)
Associate
Agricultu


Professor (Associate


ral Research


Center, J


Soils Chemist),
ay (1956-1957).


Associate


(University


O


Professor of Anthropology (1


f Texas)
968-1972).


Assistant Professor of


Neuroscience(1971-1971).


LYNCH, MICHEL A., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and
Astronomy (1971-1972).


Director,


BERT R. JR., B.S. (University
Information Services (1964-


(Medical


C


Clinical Instructor of Medicinell


Instructor (Assistant in Chemistry),


IFAS, DC,


Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
Alfred (1960-1960).


MARCUS, ROBERT BROWN, Ed.D. (L
Professor of Physical Sciences and


of Florida)
1966).


college of
HEP (197


Virginia)
7-7977 L


S K., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Professor of German (1971-1 971).


LYONS, HEf
Associate


Professor in


Psychiatry Service, VA


(Georgetown


University)


Psychiatry, Chief of
Hospital (1960-1967).


MACAULAY, NEIL WEBSTER, JR., Ph.D. (U
Texas)


Associate


Professor and
(1955-1955).
MARGOLIS, MA


Chairman


Geography, (1955-1968).


of Department


Assistant Professor of Anthropology


Associate Professor of Speed
Anthropology (1964-1968).
ARLATT, ROBERT BRUCE, Ph.
Associate Professor (Associat


university


(1965-1969).


Agricultural Research
(1964-1964).


of Pharmacology


(Columbia University)
11969-1969).


(University of Chicago)


1, Psychology, and

D. (University of Ar
e Plant Pathologist)


izona)
IFAS,


Homestead,


WILLIAM DICKSON


(1948-1951).


, S..D. (University


MARLOW,


G.F., Jr.,


Ph.D. (Universit


Professor (Horticulturist),


Chief of Party
(1969-1972).


(Vietnam);


U.S. Embass


of Maryland)
e Crops, IFAS,


aigon,


Vietnam


Michigan) Ph.i
Professor an
of Dentistry


EICHARD S., D.D.S., M.S. (University of
). (University of Pittsburgh)
d Director, Office of Dental Education,
(1969-1970).


MAROUSKY, FRANCIS I., Ph.D. (University of Vir
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist), If
Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
(1967-19 aef


College


MARRIOTT, HENRY LJ L., M.D.


(Oxford


University)


Clinical Professor of Pediatrics (1969-1969).


STEVENS,


M.A.


(University


of Texas)


(University


Sociology


of Wisconsin)


Professor (Plant Pathologist), IFAS, Agricultural Research
and Educational Center, Bradenton (1954-1954).
MAHAN, PARKER E., D.D.S. (Emory University)
Professor and Chairman, Department of Basic Dental


Professor of Neuroscience


(1967-1967).


IEPH, Ph.D. (Ohio State)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering


of California


(University


Chairman


of Department

ligh University)
Engineering,


(University of Szeged, Hungary)
Management (17972-1972).


(University
(t968-1968


of Miami(


MASE, DARREL JAY,


Communications


Horticulturist),


Educational Center,


Science,


(Brown


Homestead


University)


Mechanics and


Chairman of the


MALVERN, MARJORIE, Ph.D. (Michigan State
Assistant Professor of Humanities (1969-19


MANGUM, SHEILA ANN,


M.S. in L.S.


Dean Emerit
(1950-1977).


MARROCCO, ONORATINO, M.A. (Uni
Interim Assistant Professor of Italian
MARSHALL, SIDNEY PAUL, Ph.D. (Univ


(1942-1958).
MARTIN, FRANK
Associate Prof
(1964-1964).


Science and

Ph.D. (North


essor (Associate


MARTIN, PAUL BAIN,


M.S. (Texas


MARTIN, THOMAS E.,


Assistant


MARTINELLO,


Professor of


MARIAN


M.S.B.C.


Building Construction (17
LETITIA, Ed.D. (Columbia


Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).


MARTINEZ, JORGE, Ph.D. (Tulane


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1970).


MARVEL, MASON EDWIN, Ph.D.


(Univ


versity of illil
(1972-1972).
ersity of Min
Nutritionist,


Carolina State


Statistician),


A&M)


College)


-1971).


64-71969),
University)


'ersity of West Virginia)
st) IFAS (1957-970).
ichigan State University)


Insect


Attractant


University)


IFAS, USDA,


Lab. (1969-1969).


P


us and


MASIROUITS, SUSAN
Assistant Librarian,
MASKIN, MEYER, H.,


MASON,


Professor


of Health


CAROLE, M.L.S.
Catalog (1972-17
M.D. (Wayne Un


1968-1968).


iersity)
Related


Professions


972)
diversity)


JOHN F., M.D. (University of Florida)


Clinical Instructor (1968-1969).
MASON, MICHAEL L., M.A.
Assistant Professor in Psycholog
MASSEY, THOMAS, M.Ed.


Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory


MATHIS, BENJAMIN L.,


University)
70).


Assistant to the
(1977-7977).


MATHIS, WILLIAM


M.A.


Vice President of


A&M


I ihrarihn C(jain 1


KARY


y (1969-


1970).


School (1966


-1971).


Professor of History


of Law


and Educational Center,


Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and
(1961-1965).


Assistant Professor of Management (1969-7969).


USDA,
denton


Sciences,


College


(1971-1977).


Professor of Dairy


of Dentistry and


Associate


Instructor Associate in Entomology,


(1954-1966).


(1964-1966).
MAJTHAY, ANTAL, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of


IFAS (1971


Associate


Professor of Psychology


Professor (Vegetable Crops Speciali!
MARZKE, FREDERICK OTTO, Ph.D. (M


Assistant Professor of journalism and
(1969-1970).


Professor (Entomologist),


Behavior Research


Associate Professor (Associate


Agricultural
(1964-1971).


Research and


MASCARO, GUILLERMO F., Ph.D. (I
Assistant Professor of Psychology


Professor


of Law


(1946-1951).


Professor of Engineering


Aerospace Engineering; Acting
Department (1969-1971).


Professor of Psychiatry (


Student Affairs


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MAUCERI, ARTHUR A.,
Cynical Instructor in


MAUDERLI, MAX OTTO, Ph.D. (University of
Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of German (1948-7954).
MAUDERLI, WALTER, D.Sc. (University of Zurich)
Professor of Radiology; Professor of Environmental
Engineering Sciences (1 960-1965).
MAULDIN, RICHARD DANIEL, Ph.D. (University of Texas)


Assistant Professor of
MAULDIN, RONALD L,
Carolina)
Clinical Assistant Pro(


(Jacksonville


MAZIS, MICHAEL B.,
University)
Assistant Professor
MCALISTER, LYLE NE
California)


Professor of History
(1950-1963).
MCCACHREN, JAMES


MCCAIN,
Clinical


(1971-1971)."
MCCALL, JAMES


MCCALL, PETER T.,


fessor of Surgery (19
EAU, LI.B. (Yale Univ


University), L.H.D. (University


(1950-1963).


and Graduate

ROLAND, M.A


M.EXD.


Teacher, P.K. Yonge
MCCAREY, BERNARD


Ps'


MCCLAVE, JAMES THOMAS, Ph.D.


ychology
(Universi


mental


Horticu


e
(1
yt


Assistant Professor of Statistics (1977-1971).
MCCLOUD, DARELL EDISON, Ph.D. (Purdue I
Professor and Chairman of Agronomy
Department, IFAS. (1948-1965).


MCCLURE, RICHARD


A., M.S.


Captain, U.S. Air Force, Assistant Professor
Studies (1971-1971).
MCCOLLOUGH, ROBERT H., M.D. (Universit
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1967-1968
MCCOLLOUGH, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Finance (1969-1971).


MCCONNELL, BRIGHT, JR., M.D.


Clinical


Instructor of


(Medical


Surgery (1971-1971 ).


MCCONNELL, DENNIS BROOKS, Ph.D.
Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornami
IFAS, (1970-1970).


MCCORNACK,
Massachusetts)


Associate Pr
AEricultural


ANDREW


ADAM,


ofessor (Associate


Research


of History


Assistant


jAMES R., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics/lHEP


CLAYTON,


M.S.A.


IFAS, Dec.


MCCOY, FRANCIS TYRONE, J.D.
Professor of Law (1955-1970).
MCCOY, RANDOLPH EDWARD,


Assistant Professor (Assistant


ral Resea
, PETER


irch


Center,


Agricultu
MCCRANIE


Clinical Associate Professor of Obste
GynecologyllHEP (1971-1971).
MCCREADY, STUART T., Ph.D. (Kansas
Assistant Professor (Assistant Poultry
IFAS (1971-1971).


MCCUNE, SHANNON, Ph.D. (Clark Univ
Professor and Chairman of Geograph1
MCCURDY, CHARLES MILTON, M.D. (U
Clinical Associate Professor of Obstet
(1971-1971).


ersity, LI.r
of Florida)


EN MARIE, M.A.
Yonge Laboratory


MCDONALE
Associate


MAXWELL, WAYNE P., M.Ed.
Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1969-1970).
MAY, FRANK PIERCE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1955-1969).
MAYBERRY, MAURICE E.B.S.B.A.


Director, University
MAYER, MARION SID


Placement


V)


IFAS, USDA,


MCDOWELL, LEE R., Ph.


Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal


Science,


IFAS (1971-7971).


Animal


MCDOWELL, RICHARD W., M.D. (I
Clinical Associate Professor of O0
IJHEP (1977-7977).
MCELWEE, EDGAR WARREN, Ph.D.


NANCY F


-... .. ~.,*
Professor of Psychiatry (Social


Plant Pathologist), IFAS,
Ft. Lauderdale (1971-1971).


diversity)
*trics and


State University)
Prod. Technologist),


,ersity)
S(1969
niversi
rics ant


School (1957-


U( university


'I


Medical


Nutritionist).


Hortic


Tr


y)
optical


JUniversity of Pennsylvania)
obstetrics and Gynecology


(Ohi'


Professor (Ornamental Horticulturist),
MCEVER, MARY LOU, Ed.D. (University i


Assistant Professor


MCFADDEN, SAMUEL EDGAR, JR., Ph.D. (U
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental
IFAS (1950-1950).


MCFADY EN,


CARL, M.Ed.


Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory


School (1966


MCFARLANE, JAMES,
Assistant Professor


MCFERRIN, JOHN BERRY, Ph.D. (University of North


Professor of Finance (1937-1946)


Business


Administra tion (1971).


Associate Dean,


MCGEE, RICHARD KEITH, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt


Department,


(1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of Ophthalm


MCCARTHY, KEVIN MICHAEL, Ph.D. (North


Assistant


Professor


of English


te University)
(1972-1972).


Carolina)


University)
1964-7965).
of Florida)

University)


of Aerospace

of Florida)


y
)


of Florida)


Associate


Professor of


Chlnical


Ps


(1964-1967)
MCGLOTHLIN, DONALD E., Ph.D. (
Associate Professor of Music and
of Music (1977-1977).


MCGRAW, FRANK


Instructor,


MCGUIGAN, JAME
Professor and Ch
Immunology and


ychology ar

University
Chairman,


o State University)
IFAS (1953-1956).


College


of Medicine)


and Professor of


MCGUIRE, VINCENT, Ed.D.
Professor of Education (1


MCINTOSH, CHARLES B., M.D. (Meharry Medical College)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics!/HEP (1971-1971).


MCKANN, MICI
Librarian and
(1970-1970).


Chairman


MCKEE, VERNON C., I
Associate Professor
Affairs), IFAS (1969-
MCKENZIE, MICHAEL


Assistant


MCKEOWN,


College of Georgia)


Ph.D. (Iowa
(Director o
1969).


WAYNE,


State University)
f Planning and Bu


M.S.P. (Univ


siness


ersity of FIc
1972-1972).


S. (University of Miami)


Colonel, U.S. Army. Professor of Military Science (1971-1971),
and military coordinator for division of Military Science
(1972).


MCKERNS,


Iturist),


(McGill


Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology


University)


(1960-1965).


MCKNIGHT, STEPHEN ALEN, Ph.D. (Emory University)
Assistant Professor of Humanities (1972-1972).


MCLEAN,


Instructor in Community Health a
Assistant Dean for Administration


Medicine and
lleee of


MATURE,
Professo
Division


JR., Ph.D. (Duke University)
y; Director of Marine Laboratory,
aI Sciences (1958-1970).


M.D. (Georgetown University)
Medicine (7969-7972).


Mathematics (1969-7969).


\., M.D. (Emory Un


Professor of Law


-1969).
7 of Florida)
Gynecology


1962).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist),
(1966-1966).


Office (1953-1953).
(Texas A&M Universit


D. (Washington State Universit


Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State

of Marketing (1971-1971).
LSON, Ph.D. (University of


Coordinator


Assistant Professor of Physical Education,
Basketball Coach (1946-1946).


of Rehabilitation Counseling


Assistant Professor, Food and Economics
IFAS (1961-1961).


(1969-1969).
ty of Virginia)
ulturist),


-1970).


B.Des.
of Architecture (1958-1966).


Carolina)


(1969-1969).
CCAULLEY, MARY HAWLEY, P
Assistant Professor of Clinical


and Linguistics


niversiy)
nd Psychology

of Iowa)
Department


P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1960-1964).


(St. Louis School


ief of Gastroenterology


Microbiology.


(University
947-1960).*


OR, AMLS
of Acquisitions Department


(University


Professor of Clinical Pharmacy


M.S. (University of


Horticulturist),


and Educational Center, Lake Alfred,


M.B.A. (University


).


MSW


r


s. .... ...a


II






STAFF


AND FACULTY


MCMILLIN, MARVIN


Ed.D. (University


MCNAB, BRIAN KEITH, Ph.D. (University


Professor of Zoology and


(1961-1971)i.


MCNAIRY, ALICE HALL, M.Ln.
Associate Librarian, Assistan
(1953-1970).


Chairman


of


tChairman,


MCNEIL, JAMES P., M.D. (University (
Clinical Associa te Professor of Ob
and Gynecologyl/HEP (1971-1971).


MCNEILL, H. WYATT, M.D. (University
Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and
(1971-1971).


of V


MEHLBERG, HENRY,
Graduate Research
(1970-1970).


MELENDEZ, FERNANDO, Ph.D. (Uni
Carolina)


Assistant Professor in


MENDENHALL, HIRAM
Associate Professor c
(1966-1970).
MENDENHALL, SUE ELI


Clinical


3. (University
of Psychiatry


of Florida)


College


of Wisconsin)
the Department


versity of South


Psychology I


W., M.D. (University


(1972-1972).
of California)


if Obstetrics and Gynecology


LEN, M.S.


Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratoy School (1972-1972).
MENDENHALL, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (North Carolina State
College)
Professor of Statistics and Chairman of Department
(1963-1963).
MENKE, CHARLOTTE NADINE, B.S.B.A.
Research Instructor, Bureau of Economic and Business


Research


MENKE, WARREN


MEYERHOLZ, GEORGE WILLIAM, D.V.M. (Iowa State


University)
Associate Professor (Extension


(1968-1968).
MEYERS, HARRY GEORGE, M.S.A.


Veterinaria


(University of Florida)


Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental
IFAS (1966-1966).


Ho


MICHA, DAVID ALLAN, Ph.D. (Uppsala Univers
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics


irginia)


;tetrics


of Miami)
Gynecology/JHEP


MCPHERSON, WOODROW WILSON, Ph.D. (Harvard


University)


Graduate


Department IFAS


Professor, Food and Resource Eco


(1962-1962).


MICHAEL,


MAX JR., M.D.


rticulturist)

ity)
(1969-1969


(Harvard University)


Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean
JHEP (1959-1 969).
MICKLE, STEPHAN P., J.D.
Assistant Professor of Law (1971-1971).


MIFFIN, MARTIN DAVID, Ph.D. (U
Associa te Professor of Geology
MIKALSEN, K.R., M.F.A.
Instructor in Architecture (1971-


nomics


MILES,


MCQUOWN, O. RUTH, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Political Science and Assistant
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1961-1971).
MCRAE, JOHN MALCOLM, M.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1967-1970).*
MCRAE, LARRY TRAFFFORD, B.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and
Economics (1972-1972).


MEAD, CHARLES A., M.D. (George
Clinical Assistant Professor of Su


MEAD, FRANK WALDRETH,


(1966-1966).
MEADOWS, RI


CHARD L., M.E


Clinical Assistant Professor


MEDINA, JOSE E., D.D.S. (University
Dean and Professor of Clinical De
Dentistry (1967-1969).


M.S.


Washington
rgeryll/ P (1


GEORGE G.,


Clinical Instructor in


M.D. (Sunny


n
(1


diversity of
969-1969).


Nevada)


*1971).


Downstate University)


Anesthesiology (1967-1969).


MILES, GUY SIMPSON, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt University)


Associate Professor o


CARREE,


MILLER, JAME


f English (1957-1957).
M.A.


Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1948-1962).
MILLER, B. LYNN, M.D. (University of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1967-1970).


MILLER, D.


University)
961-1969).


DPI, IFAS,


of Pennsylvania)
(1965-1971).


of Maryland)


ntistry,


College


MEGILL, KENNETH ALDEN, Ph.D. (Yale University)


(1966-1966).


GARY, Ph.D. (Harvard University)


Assistant Professor of Classical Languages a


Linguistics (1972-1972).
MILLER, DAMRON, M.S.


(Iowa State


University)


Assistant Professor (Assistant State 4-H Youth


Development Specialist) IFAS


(1970-1972).


MILLER, DONALD RICHARD, Ph.D. (University of


Toronto)


Associate Professor of industrial and Systems Engineering,
(1969-1969).


MILLER, ERNEST C.,


M.D. (Tulane


University)


Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry (1965-1 969).


MILLER,


Ph.D. (University of Lvov)
Professor of Philosophy and Physics


MEIN, ROBERT M,, M.D. (University


of Louisville)


GEORGE


H., JR., M.D. (University of


Pennsylvania)
Professor of Surgery and Chief of S
Dean for Vah Relations, College of


MILLER, HOWARD N., Ph.D. (Universi


Professor (Plant


Pathologis


Agricultural Sciences (1


948


MILLER, J. D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (Assistant


USDA, IFAS, Agricultural
Belle Glade (1971-1971).


JAMES


rester),


MILLER,


Professor (Fo


t) Institute
-1955).


Rese


M.S.F.


tafflVA, Assistant


Medicine (1958-1964).
ity of California)


of Food and


Plant Geneticist),
arch & Education


(University


IFAS (1936-1951).


MILLER, JOHN WILLIAM, Ph.D.
Professor (Plant Pathologist),


(University


Center,


of Florida)


of Florida)


DPI, IFAS (1968-1968).


MILLER, ROBERT H., M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of PediatricsllHEP (1968-1970).


MILLIKAN, JAMES D., Ph.D. (Yale Univ


Assistant Professor of Philosophy


RODNEY


MILLION,


ersity)
967-1967).


(1


M.D. (Indiana Medical School)


Professor of Radiology (1964-1969).


MILTON,


W., Ph.D. (Purdue Universit


JAMES


EDMUND, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Engineering Science, A
and Aerospace Engineering; Acting Resident
Director, Eglin AFB (1966-1972).


mechanics


MENZIES,
Carolina)


DONALD STUART, M.D. (University of North


Clinical Associate


Gynecology


Professor of Obstetrics and


(1971-1971).


MERKEL, EDWARD PAUL, B.S.
Instructor of Entomology (1966-1966).


MERRITT, HARRY C., JR., M.S.
Associate Professor of Architectu


MESA,


MESCH,


ROSA QUINTERO, M.S.L.S.


re (1960-1968).


BARRY, B.S., Ph.D., (Brandeis University)


MILTON, RUTH LOUISE, M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate
(1952-1966).*


MINCEY, WILBUR FRANKLIN
Assistant Professor (Assistant


Agricultural Research


Center,


State 4-H Club Agent),


Meteorologist), IFAS, NWS,
Lakeland -959-1959).


MINNICK, DANNY RICHARD, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist), IFAS,
(1971-1971).


MISLEVEY, PAUL, Ph.D.


Assistant Professc


Research Center,


Assistant Professor of Reliwion


(Penn


State University)


IFAS, Agricultural


Assistant Professor of Education and Assistant Dean,
of Education (1970-1970).


Acquisitions


Research


).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist),


Assistant Professor of Philosophy


Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and
Gynecologyl/HEP (1971-1971).


h (1963-1966).


Associate Professor of Management (1967-1


Assistant Librarian, Documents (1961-1972).


ir (Assistant Agronomist),
Ona (1971-17971).


/I


I


I


Research


Center,


(1969-1972).


I













Bruxelles)
Associate


MONSOUR,


JACQUES, Ph.D. (Universile


Professor


(1966-1970).
MODEL, JEROME H., M.D.


(University


Professor and Chairman of Anesthesia
MOENCH, HOWARD C, M.D. (Universit
California)
Assistant Professor of Radiology (1972
MOFFAT, ROBERT C.L., LL.M. (University


Professor of Law


(1966-1971).


Assistant Professor in


Obstetrics and


(Georgetown


of Minnesota)


logy


Instructor in English,


of Animal Department (1963-1968).


(1969-1969).


-1972).


of Sydney)

I University)


Gynecology


D. (University

(1972-71972).


MONSEES,


Interim


CANDACE CLARK,


Instructor in


M.A.s


Social Sciences and


(1969-1972)"


M,D. (Boston


MORE RA, JULIO E., M.D.
Clinical Instructor of M


NIEL, M.A.
(1968-7970).


ALVIN F., D.V.M. (University


Mec


of Georgia)
dicine and Di


(University of Miami)
medicine (1968-1969).


MORGAN, ALICE ESTHER, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Education


MORGAN,


(1971).


Clinical
of Depa


MORGAN,


of British


(1963-1968).


Assistant Professor of Surgery and Cha
rtment of Surgery at IHEP (1968-1969).


JAMES


Counseling Psychologist,
Center (1967-1967).


MORGAN,


Sociology


University)


Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1968-


Director


1971).


Sociology


University)


IHEP (1971-1971).
MONTELARO, JAMES, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor (Vegetable Crops Specialist), IFAS, (1952-1965).
MONTGOMERY, HOYLE FLEMING, JR., M.A. in LS.


Associate Librarian,


Clinical lnstru(
MONTGOMERY
Professor and
College of Der
Medicine (197


JAME


Reference and Bibliography
"S A., M.D. (Tulane Universit


MARGARET KNOX,

of Center for Allied


Personnel and Assistant Professor,
Related Professions (1972-1972).


MORGAN, PHILIP BONE, P[
Professor of Entomology
Entomology Research Lal


lirman


f Health


College o


h.D. (Kansas State College)
and Entomologist, USDA
boraorry (1965-1965).


MORGAN WILLIAM C., M.D. (University o
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics


MORGAN,
Director,


(7962-71970).


Water Resources,


Professor of Environmental
MORRALL, JOHN FRIPP, Ph.D.


Carolina)


J, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Research Center and Associate


Engineering
(University


Sciences


Assistant Professor of Economics (1969-1969).'


MORRILL, GLENN, Ed.D. (Cornel
Assistant Professor of Education


;souri)


MORRILL, OLIVE LEMON, Ed.D.


Assistant Dean,
(1970-71970).


I University)
(1971-1971).


(Dacca


University)


Resources Department, IFAS


Buenos


Aires)


Librarian


VIRGINIA, Ph.D.


(Catholic University,


of Special


Collections (


MORRIS,


1957-1970).


ALTON


of North


Professor of English (1927-1 969).
(1927-71969).


Carolina)


MOODY, LINDA E., M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1969-1971).
MOOMAW, DAVID, M.D. (Northwestern Universi


Clinical


(19717-71971).


MOONEY,
Assistant


MOORE,


Associate Professor of


MedicmelJHEP


Professor of Physical Education (1945-1956).
AN CONINGSBY, M.Ed.


Associate Professor of Physical Educati
MOORE, CLARENCE A., Ph.D. (University
Professor and Chairman, Department o
for Men (1971).


on


(1953


MORRIS, C
Teacher,


HRISTINE M., M.Ed.
P.K. Yonge Laboratory


MORRIS, WALTER E., JR.,
Alabama)


MORRISON, CLAYTON
Assistant Professor of


-71969).


of Alabama)
f Physical Ed


MORRISON
Associate


ucation


MOORE, E. L, Ph.D. (Massachusetts State College)
Professor (Chemist), Aericultural Research & Education


Center, Lake


MOORE,


Alfred ( l57-1956).


(Columbia


Associa te Professor of An thropology
MOORE, G. PAUL, Ph.D. (Northwesterr


Professor of Speech;
(1961-19617)


MOORE, GR
Associate


MOORE, JOHN
Associate Prc


ANVILLE


Chairman,


School (1972


M.D. (Medical


College of


Medicine/lHEP


ALLISON, M.S.E.
Mechanical Engineering


, JAMES F., Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Professor of Political Science (7966-1971).


MORRISON, SIDNEY E., M.D. (D
Clinical Associate Professor in
(1971-7971).


uke University)
Obstetrics and Gynecology


MORSE, RICHARD HUGH, M. Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (t967-7967).


University)


(1969-1970).


Department


ALEXANDER, Ph.D.


(Columbia


Professor of Anthropology (1966-t 969).


EDWARD, Ph.D.
dfessor (Associate


IFAS, (1961-1966).


MOORE, JUD
Assistant Pr


professor,


of Nursing Practice,
Clinics (1970-1971).
MORE, MARCUS, M


College of
Shands Te


(Duke


(Universit
Animal Nt


Nurs
chin


MORTENSEN, JOHN


ALAN, Ph.D. (Cornell


Professor (Associate


Agricultural Research


Speech


University)


Geneticist), IFAS,


Center, Leesburg (1960-7968).


MOSCOVICI, CARLO, Ph.D. (Rome)


University)


y of Ohio)
utritionist)


Professor of Immunology
ogy and Pathology and Ct
VA (1967-1972).


and Medical


chief of


MOSELEY, THADDEUS M.,


Virus


University)


Clinical Professor of SurgerylIHEP (1968-19771).


MOSS, HAROLD GENE, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Englis


Chief


MOSS,


University)


JAMES K.,


Clinical Associate
(1977-1971).


M.D. (Medic


Professor


(Michigan)
h (1969-1969).
al College of Georgia)
of Pediatrics/lHEP

,ersity of Pittsburgh)
atry (1967-1968)/VA.


of Nuclear Engineering Sciences


Professor of Experimental


rector


Interim Instructor in Social
(1968-1971).


Sciences and


Clinical Associate Professor


University Counseling


Health Instructional


of Medicine


actor in MedicineIJHEP (1971-1977).
JOHN C., D.D.S. (University of Mis
Chairman, Department of Surgery,
ntistry and Professor, College of
2-1972).


and Chairman


(1957-1970).


Human


Clinical Assistant Professor of
(1971-1971).


-7972).


(1962-1966).


Associate


Associate
Microbiol
Research'


sng, and Acting
g Hospital and


*tw Yu


a






STAFF


AND FACULTY


MUEHLNER, FELIX, U.J.D. (Frederick William University,
Germany)
Professor of Management (1950-1968).*
MUGA, MARVIN LUIS, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1960-1968).


MYERS,
Assoc


M


LESTER H., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
late Professor, Food and Resource Economics


Department, DC, IFAS (1968-1968).
YEARS, ROBERT BROWN, Ed.D. (Univw
Professor of Education ( 953-1969).*


ersity


of Florida)


MUGAR,


JOHN H., Ph.D. (New


York University)
(1967-1967).


MYRICK, ROBERT DEWAYNE, Ph.D. (University of Arizona)
Professor of Education (1967-1972).


MULL, LEON EDMUND, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)


Professor (Microbiologisi
MULLEE, ROBERT G., M.D.


Clinical Associate


IFAS (1940-1956).


(State University of New


Obstetrics and


(1971-1971).
MULLER, ALBERT S.,
Associate in Agricultural Education,


MULLIN, JOE


EDWARD, B.S.


Professor (Statistician), USi


York)


Gynecology


MYRICK, SAM


E., M.D. (Duke University)


Clinical Assistant Professor of Su
NACKMAN, LEE MARTIN, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy


NAGATA,


IFAS (1968-1968).


ERNEST A.,


Ph.D. (Purdu


rgery


(1969-1969).


(VAH), (1967-1967).
e University)


Assistant Professor of Finance (1977 -1971).


NASHIRO,
Florida)


(University of California)
DA, IFAS, (1962-1962).


NANCY OTOME, M.Ed.


(University


Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1


MULLIN, ROBERT SPENCER, Ph.D. (I
Professor (Plant Pathologist), IFAS
MULLINS, JOHN THOMAS, Ph.D. (U
Carolina)


University of Minn
(1958-1958).
university of North


Education


Coun


esota)


AJ MES LAMAR


Associate
MATTRESS, J


Associate Professor (Associate Botanist), IFAS,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1959-1971).
MUMFORD, RICHARD j., M.A.


Instructor in English
MUMM, ELIZABETH E.
Carolina)


(1971-1971).


Assistant Professor (Health Educatio
(1970-1970).


PhD (Cornell


Professor of Entomology
OHN ANDREW, D.E. (Em


University)


(1960-1970).


Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering:
Associate Dean of the College of Engineering
(1957-1965); Acting Chairman, Engineering Tech
Program. Acting Dean of the College of
Engineering (1966-1968).


NAYLOR,


n Specialist)


Professor of Physical Sciences (1955-1956).


UNIZ, CARLOS E.
Assistant Profess


Interim


JOHN


GEOFFRY,


M.F.A.


Associate Professor of Art (1959-1968).
EAL, FRED CARLTON, D.V.M. (Texas A&
M.S. Associate Professor (Associate Vet
IFAS (1962-1966).


JAMES


Associate


, M.D. (University of Havana)
or in Psychiatry (1969-1969).
M G., M.A. (Stanford University)


(1972-1972).
UNSON, EDWIN S., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Professor of Anesthesiology (1971-1971).
UNSON, JOHN B., Ph.D. (University of Rochester)


Assistant Professor of Neuroscience,
Psychology (1969-1969).
MUNYER, EDWARD ARNOLD, M.S.


Physiology a


Assistant Curator, Department of Interpretation,


Florida State


Interim


Museum (1970-1970).


M.A. (University


NEDER, GEORGE A
Clinical Instructo


Davis)


tM
teri


(Columbia
(1946-1963


.,jR., M.D. (Emory
r in Medicine (196


PERCY L., Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor (Assistant


Horticulturist), IF/
Ft. Lauderdale (19


Associate


nology


University)
narian),

University)
).


University)
7-1967).


of Californi


Ornamental


cultural


Research


Center,


tAS O'NEIL, M.S.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering


(1946-1952).
NEILSON, JOHN TAYLOR, Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor (Assistant Parasitologist),
IFAS (1968-1968).


of Georgia)


NELSON


(1972-1972).
MURPHEY, MILLEDGE, Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Professor of Entomology, IFAS (1947-1965).


ANDER, B.A. (Oxford
english (1934-1955).


Associate Professor of E


University)
Associate Professor, Foc
Department, IFAS (1951


Assistant Professor (Consumer


Specialist) IFAS (1970-1970).
URPHY, THOMAS FROST, M.B.A.
Lecturer and Director of Business Associates,


College


Assistant Professor ofHumanitess (1968-1969).


.TATE University)
Professor of Chemistry (1


NE


University)


CHARLES


Associate


(1966-1966).


ELSON,
Clinical


NELSON,


WAR


Glasgow)


REN, Ph.D. (University of M;
Mathematics and Education


JOHN FRANKLIN, M.D.
i Instructor in Psychiatry
ROBERT ELGIN, D.B.A. (


Assistant Professor of Finance (


NELSON,
Associa


Associate


WALLACE MARTIN, P
te Professor of Social


(University
(1965-196!
(University
1969-1969)


aryland)


of Florida)
9).
of Indiana)


h.D. (University of Florida)
Sciences (1961-1967).*


JAMES, Ph.D. (North Carolina State
e Professor (Soil Soecialist). IFAS


(1950-1958).*


-


NETTLES, VICTOR FLEETWOOD, Ph.D. (Cornel


Professor and Acting


Chairm


Department (Horticulturist),


University)


II University)


an, Vegetable Crops
IFAS (1938-1959).


NEUBAUER, DAVID W., Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor of Political Science (19


NEVILL, GALE


(Pennsylvania


9517-1958).


ERVIN,


Jr., Ph.D. (Stanford University)


Professor of Engineering Science, Me
Aerospace Engineering (1964-1968).


NEVIS,


ARNOLD HASTINGS,


(Massachusetts


Associate


Engineering (1965-1969).


of Education and Rehabilitation


!chanics, and


M.D. (Harvard University),


Professor of Electrical Engineering and Biophysics
(1960-1971).


NEW,


io State University)
te and Professor
sellingg (1967-1968).


MELVYN,


Associate


Teacher,


(Vanderbilt


Professor of English
:CA S.. M.E.D.


University)
1966-7966).


P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1972-1972).


Assistant Professor in
(1963-1965).


Pharmacology and


Therapeutics


NEWCOMB,


, Jr., Ph.D. (Stanford


Associate Professor of Education (1963-1963).


University)


Assistant Professor of History


Professor in


968-71968).


Assistant Professor of Political Science


Professor of English,


Assistant Professor of Political Science


Professor of


od and Resource Economics
-1957).
(University of Alabama)


of Business Administration (1969-1969).


Professor of Industrial and Systems


Research Institui


I


r- -1 rr


*^^*1


=I =







STAFF


NEWMAN, ARTHUR, Ed.D. (Indiana University)
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1968).


NEWMAN, E. GUSTAVE, M.D. (C
Associae Professor of Psychia
NEWMAN, MELVIN, M.D. (Bostc
Clinical Assistant Professor of
(1972-1972).
NEWSTADT, GEOFFREY, M.D. (1
Witwaterstrand)


of Psychiatry


luke University)
,try (1961-1968).
n University)
Medicinel/HEP


AND FACULTY


O'CONNELL, JOHN PAUL, Ph.D. (University of California)
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering (1966-1969).
O'CONNELL, STEPHEN C., .D.; LLD. (Jacksonville
University); D.Ed. (Biscayne College); LL.D. (Notre
Dame University)
President (1967-1967).
O'CONNOR, JOEL L., Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1967-1967).
O'CONNOR, JOHN ARTHUR, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Art (1969-1970).


University of


(7972-1972).


NICHELSON,
Associate P


JACK C. M.F.A.
professorr of Art (196


O'CONNOR, M.Mc., M.F.A.


-71970).


Interim


Instructor in


Humanities (1972-1972).


NICKENS, J
University)


IOHN MARCUS,


NORMANN, SIGURD J., Ph.D.,
Washington)
Associate Professor of Pathc


MES,


Ph.D. (Florida State


Assistant Professor of Education (1
NICOL, DAVID, Ph.D. (Stanford Univ
Professor of Geology (1965-1972).


)>


M.D. (University of

togy (1968-1972).


NORTHROP, JAMES C., Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Education (1969-1970).


NOYES, WARD


NU ERNBGEGER, LOUIS


D., M.D. (U


n


iversit
Chief


of Rochester)
of Hematology


, M.D. (University


Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


ANDREW. M.S.


WATSON,


Ph.D. (Northwestern


Civil Engineering (1971-1971).


YATES, Ed.D. (University
tion (1968-1968).


of Tennessee)


and Head, Education


of British


ODUM, HOWARD THOMAS, Ph.D. (Yale University)


971-1971).
ersity)


NIDDRIE, DAVID LAWRENCE, Ph.D. (University


Manchester, England)
Professor of Geography


Graduate


Research Professor of Environmental


Engineering Sciences (1970-1970).
OHANIAN, MIHRAN JACOB, Ph.D. (Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute)
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences and Chairman
of the Department (1963-1970).
OHRN, NILS YNGVE, Ph.D. (Uppsala)
Professor of Chemistry (7966-1971).*
O'LEARY, JAMES PATRICK, M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Surgery (1968-1972).


(1966-7966).


NIELSEN, DONALD W., Ph.D. (Wayne State)
Assistant Professor of Speech (1968-1970).


NIELSON, THOMAS
Assistant Librarian
NIXON, JOSEPH J., I
Clinical Instructor
NOLAN, WILLIAM J(
Professor of Chen
NORDEN, ALLEN JA
University)


W., M.A. (Wayne State)
i, Law (1971-1977).


:al College
(1971-1977


OHN, Ph.D. (University


OLIVER,


Georgia)


of Michigan)


Ph.D. (Iowa State


Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (7958-1971).
NORDLIE, FRANK GERALD, Ph.D. (Universit
Associate Professor of Zoology (1967-796


NORDSTEDT, ROGER ARLO, Ph.D. (Ohio


CALVIN CLEET, Ph.D. (Purdue University)


Professor of Engineering Science, Mechanics,
and Aerospace Engineering; Professor of Mechanical
Engineering (1967-1967).


OLIVER, CLIFTON, jr.,


Associate


MA.


Professor of Management (1946-1959)."


OLIVER, JOHN PARKER, Ph.D. (University of California, Los


y6
6).


of Minnesota)


Angeles)
Assistant Professor of Astronomy (19
OLIVER-SMITH, ANTHONY RICHARD,


Interim


State University)


)70-1970).
MA.


Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1972-1972).


OLMSTEAD, PATRICIA PALMER, M.A.
Instructor of Education (1969-1969).


OLSEN, GERALD N., M.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Medicine (19


OLSEN, ROBERT WINTHROP, B.S.


Professor (Biochemist),
and Educational Center


of Mississippi)
70-1972).


(M.I.T.)


IFAS, Agricultural
, Lake Alfred (194:


Research
7-1947).


OLSON, GERALD ALLEN, D.V.M. (Auburn University)
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and
Comparative Medicine (1971-1971).


of Oklahoma)


NUETZEL, WILLIAM


Associate Profe
(1959-1969).
NULTON, LUCY,
Instructor, P.K.
NUMMELA, ERIC


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-71970).
NUNEZ, THERON ALDINE, Jr., Ph.D. (University of


Berkeley)


California,


NUNNALLY, STEPHEN
University)
Assistant Professor
NUNNERY MICHAEL
Professor of Educai


NUTTER, HAZEN EDWARD, M.A.
Associate Professor of Education


Library


(1938-71950).


NYE, DAVID J., M.BA. (University


Assistant


OLSON, WALDEMAR, Ed.D. (University


Professor of Education


(1957-1967).


of Texas)


OLSSON, CARL NIELS, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Associate Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy
(1958-1972).


O'MALLEY, JOHN RICHARD, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1959-1964).
OMER, GUY CLIFTON, JR., Ph.D. (California Institute of
Technology)
Professor of Physics and Astronomy (1955-1972).


ONODA,


GEORGE


JR, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of


Technology)
Visiting Associate Professor of Materials Science and
Engineering (1972-1972).


OPPELT, W.


WALTER, M.D. (Harvard University)


Professor of Pharmacology and
the Clinical Research Center (1


Medicine and Director


964-1970).


ORMOND, WILLIAM NEWMAN, M.A.
Associate Professor of English (1948-1966).
ORSENIGO, JOSEPH R., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor (Plant Physiologist), IFAS, Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Belle Glade
(1957-1970).*


Columbia)


Professor of Insurance (1977-7971).


O'BANNON, JOHN HORATIO,


Professor


OBERDORFER,


CynecologyllHEP (


OBERLANDER, HERBERT, Ph.D.
A rn~ - tnl D /' e IA c( r~ I.


Ph.D. (Arizona State U


USDA,


IFAS (1968-71968).


PAUL W., M.D. (Tulane University)


iI ;ICfA


ORSER,


university)


FRANK WILLIAM,


M.S. in LS.


Associate Librarian, Assistant Chairman
(1969-71977).


ORSER,


LAWAN


Assistant Librarian,


of Acquisitions


V.L.S.
IFAS (1970-1970).


ORTH, PAUL GERHARDT, Ph.D. (University of W
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soils Chemist), Il


'isconsin)
FAS,


Assistant Professor


vMD. (Medic
r in Surgery


nical Engineering (1946-1949).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer),
IFAS, (1969-1969).


Professor of Medicine and
(1961-1970).


essor of Professional Physical Education


M.A.


Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1954).
CARL, Ph.D. (Tulane University)


Associate Professor of Anthropology (1963-7 969).


(Nematologist),


Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and


1971-1971).


/^


11 I







STAFF


AND FACULTY


TIS, ARTHUR B., Ph.D.
Professor of Physiolog
(1956-1956).*


(Brown Universit
v and Chairman


PATTON, THOMAS HUDSON, Ph.D. (University


of Department


OTT, EDGAR ALTON, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Nutritionist)
IFAS, (1970-1970).


OTT, RAY LYMAN, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of


(Virginia Po
Statistics (1.


lytechnic
968-7972).


Institute)


Associate Curator.


Florida State


Museum


of Texas)


and Assistant


Professor of Zoology and Geology (1965-1972).
PAUL, HARRY W., Ph.D. (Columbia University)


Associate


Professor of History (1966-1966).


PAWLINGER, DAVID F., M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medi
Medicine and Community


(University of Florida)
tcine and Chief of General
Programs (1967-1971).


OVERMAN, ALLEN RAY, PKH.D. (North Carolina State


Assistant Professor (Asst.
(1969-1969).
OVERMAN, AMEGDA JACK


Agricultural


., M.S.


Associate Professor (Associate
Agricultural Research and Edu
(1951-1968).


Engineer) IFAS


(University of Florida)


College)


Nematologist), IFAS,
national Center, Bradenton


PAYNE, DORRIS BROOKS, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Acting Assistant Dean, Graduate Program
Professor (1971-1971).


FENTRESS MCCOUGHAN, M.S.


Professor


(As


associate
Center,


PEACOCK,


of Florida)
Associate


IFAS, Agricultural Research


and Assistant

(University


Animal


Husba


Ona (1952-1963).


OZAKI, HENRY YOSHIO, Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Associate


Professor (Associate


IFAS, Agricultural Resea
Morikami Farm, Delray


PACE,


JAMES EDWARD,


Professor (Animal


arch
Bea4
4.S.A


Horticulturist),


Center,
ch (1954-1954).
\. (University oa


Husbandman),


PACHEFSKY, REVA ROBERTA,


Assistant Librarian,


Health


Center


IFAS (


194


Library


PEAHLER, PAUL LEIGHTON, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS, (1958-1971).
PEARLMAN, EILEEN R., M.N.


Assistant Professor, College of I
PEARSON, JAMES L, Ph.D. (North


f Florida)
12-1965).


\ursing


(1966-1969).


Carolina State


University)
Assistant Professor Food and Resource Economics),
IFAS, (1964-1964).


(1968-1968).


PACKER, ATHOL B., Ph.D. (University


of Kansas)


Associate Professor of Education (1967-1972).


PEEK, RALPH LEON, Ph.D. (University
Associate Professor of Social Scienc


of Florida)
:es (1963-1969).


ACTOR, H. SIDNEY, M.A.


Instructor in
(1972-1972).


Journalism


and Communications


PEELER, ROBERT G., M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of MedicinellHEP
(1971-1971).


AFFORD, VIRGIE MELTON, M.P.H.
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing


of Mich
(1971-1


PEELER, RUTH BEATRICE, M.A.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory


(1959-1965).*


PAGANINI, CORAMAE, M.Ed.
Instructor of Education (1964-1967).
PAGANINI, LOUIS ANTHONY, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Geography (1968-1968).


PAIGE, AI
Associa
(1966-1
PALENIK,
Professor


RNOLD, Ph.D. (University of
te Professor Speech andElei
966).
GUS J., Ph.D. (University of
or of Chemistry (1970-1972).


PALMER, ARNO ZANE, Ph.D. (Unive
Professor (Meat Scientist), IFAS (1
PALMER, RICHARD DELRAY, Ed.S.
Coordinator of Special Programs,
Education (1966-1966).
PARKER, SANDRA SMITH, M.Ed.


Interim


Instructor in


Music


PARKHURST, ROBERT D., M.D. (University
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics


PARKINSON, MICHAEL THADDEUS, Ph.D. (University


Chicago)


Assistant


School (1934


-1952).


PEIRCE, HARRY E., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Associate Professor, International Programs,
U.S. Embassy, El Salvador (1969-1969).


of Florida)


California)
ctrical Engineering


So


uthern California)


!rsity of Mi
955-1964).

Division o


PENLAND, ARNOLD CLIFFORD,
Associate Professor of Music (
PENNINGTON, CLARK WILLIAM
Associate Professor of Mechai
(1954-1966).


JR., M.Ed.
1970-1970).


i, C.E.
nical Engineering


PENNYPACKER, H.S., Ph.D. (Duke University)


ssouri)


Professor of Psychology(


1962-1970).


PENROD, JOHN ARTHUR, Ph.D. (University


Professor of English


If Continue


(1950-71970).


PEPINSKY, RAYMOND, Ph.D. (University of


Professor of Physics and


Engineering


Materials Science


of Pennsylvania)

Chicago)
e; and


Professor of Physics (1968-1970).


PEREZ, BETTY L., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Part-Time Instructor in English (17 972-1972).
PEREZ, FERMIN LUIS, LL.D. (University of Havana)
Assistant Law Librarian (1967-1968).


PEREZ, GUILLERMO J., M.D. (University


Assistant Professor in


and University


Pediatrics


of Paris)


Physician (1969-1969).


PARRISH, FRED


M.A.


Instructor in Journalism
(1970-1972).


and Communications


PERKINS, BENJAMIN DAVID, Ph
Assistant Professor (Assistant


Fort Lauderdale,


i.D. (University
Entomologist),


of Hawaii)


IFAS (1972-1972).


(Michigan State University)


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics


PARSONS, GEORGE S., D.D.S. (Medical College of Virginia)
Assistant Professor, Division of Endodontics, College of
Dentistry (1973-1973).
PARRISH, JAMES BRYAN, B.S.B.A.
Director of Admissions (1963-1970).


PERKINS,


G.R., Ph.D.


Department, IFAS


PERKINS, H/
Associate


(1971-1972).


WVEN M., M.D. (University o
Professor of Anesthesiology


f Louisville)
(1959-1969).


PARTHENIADES, EMM


Professor of Coastal
(1968-1969).
PASCHALL, HOMER A
Associate Professor


PASSELL


Agricultural Research
(7970-1970).


ANUEL, Ph.D. (University of Calil
and Oceanographic Engineering


., M.D. (Bowman-Gray
of Surgery (1967-1972).


NICHOLAS, Ph.D. (University of


Assistant Professor


of Mathematics (1


97


and Educationa


PATRAY, JOANN HOWARD, MN.


fornia)


LREP MA N MO RTON


Mn


Cl*ln Ic st o s.., o *r *
Clinical Assistant Professor


. (University of Miami)
of Pediatrics/lHEP


(1971-1971).
PERRY, NATHAN WARREN, Ph.D. (Florida State University)


University)


Professor of Clinical Psychology


97( 63- 1 971 ).


Chicago)
'0-7970).


PATE, FINDLAY MOYE, Ph.D. (University of Georgia)


Nutritionist), IlAS,
I Center, Belle Glade,


PERRY


VF RNON GN


Professor (Nemato


PERSON,


and Psychology


Ph.D. UNIVERSITYY OF


logist),


IFAS (1959-1959).


Wisconsin)


WILLIS BAGLEY, Ph.D. (University of California)


Professor of Chemistry


PETERSON, JANE ELLEN,


Assistant Law


Librarian


(1966-1966).


M.S.L.S.
(1969-1970).


Assistant Professor, Colle


PETERSON, LARRY LEE, M. Arch.


ndman),


USDA,


(1970-1970).


Professor of Physics (1969-1969).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal


w


h


~1


_ I__


II_


?ge of Nursing


(1966-1968).


=


g L


* II







STAFF


AND FACULTY


PETTIS, AUBREY MARSHALL, M.S.A.


Associate Professor


(Assoc.


Agricultural


(1947-1957).
PETTWAY, RICHARD H., Ph.D. (University of T
Associate Professor of Finance (1970-1970).


PEYTON, FLOYD A., B.D.Sc.
M.S. (Michigan College of h
Professor of Biomaterials,


PFAFF, WILLIAM


(University
lining and T
College of


I.


W., M.D. (University


Professor of Surgery (1965-1971).


PHELAN, \
Clinical


Engineer) IFAS,


exas


of Michigar
technology)
Dentistry (1


at Austin)



970-1970).


of Buffalo)


ILLIAM J., M.D. (Georgetown Univer
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and


GynecologyllHE
PHILLIPS, CURTIS
Clinical Associa;


PHILLIPS


PH


P


(1971-1977).


sity)


POOLE, RICHARD TURK, Ph.D. (


Associate Pr
Agricultural


professor (Associate


Research


Center,


POPENOE, HUGH LLYWELYN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Director of International Programs in Agriculture; Direcl


of Center for Tropical Agriculture; Pr


Geography, Botany, Agronc
Aquatic Sciences; Director,
Grant Program (1957-1971).


POPOV, VASILE
Academy)
Visiting Profes
POP-STOJANOV


M., M.D. (Medical College of Georgia)
te Professor of SurgeryllHEP (1969-1977).


, DARWIN D., M.D.


Clinical Instructor in


IILLIPS, LYMAN A., JR.,
University Physician (1


Anest


(University of Tennessee)
hesiologyl/HEP (1969-1969).


M.D. (University
967).


PHILLIPS, RICHARD LEE, Ph.D.


Associate


Professor (Associat


of Miami)


(Michigan State
te Horticulturist),


Agricultural Research and Educational Cent
(1964-1964).T
PICKARD, JOHN BENEDICT, Ph.D. (University


Professor of English (1963-


1968).


PICKHARDT, ROBERT CHARLES, D.B.A


University)
IFAS,


er, Lake Alfred

of Wisconsin)


(University


Assistant Professor of Management (1964-1964).'


of Indiana)


MIHAI, Ph.D. (Power Institute of the Romanian

sor of Mathematics (7972-1972).
IC, ZORAN RISTA, Ph.D. (Belgrade)


Professor of Mathematics (1965-1968).


POSNER,


PHILIP, Ph.D. (


Assistant Professor of
(1971-1972).


State University
Physiology and


POST, DON MCKENZIE, M.S.F. (University


Assistant Professor (Assistant


POTTER, M. NELL, M.C
University Physician


Forester),


. (University
(1967).


POTTER, WILLIAM MELVILLE,


M.A.


Assistant Professor of Physical
Tennis Coach (1946-7946).
POUCHER, DONALD WALTON,


Assistant


of New York)
Medicine


I


of Florida)
FAS, (19517-955)


of Florida)


Education


M.A.


Professor (Assistant Communications


Specialist), IFAS (1965-1965).


PIERCE, FRANK N., Ph.D. (University


of Illinois)


Professor of journalism and Communications and
Chairman, Department of Advertising (1972-1972)
PIERCE, JAMES ROBERT, J.D. (University of Florida)


Associate


PIERCE,


Professor of Law


(1968-1971).


ROBERT N., Ph.D. (University


Associate


Professor of Journalism an


(1970-7970).
PIERCE, ROBERT WILLIAM,


Assistant Professor of


Geology


of Minnesota)
4d Communications


Ph.D. (University


(1969-1969).


PIERINGER, ARTHUR PAUL, Ph.D. (Cornell


Associate


Professor (Associate


Agricultural Research and Educatii
Alfred, (1956-1956).
PIERSON, K. KENDALL, M.D. (New Y
Professor of Pathology (1968-1970
PINKOSON, CHARLES, M.D. (Tulane


POURBAIX, MARCEL,
Delft)
Distinguished Visit
and Engineering (1!


POWERS,
Carolina)


Professor
POZZETTA,


of Illinois)


LEONARD STEWART, J.D.


of Law (1
GEORGE


957-


echnische Hogeschool


of Materials Science


(University


of North


7957).


E., Ph.D. (Universit


Assistant Professor of Social Sciences


RANGE,


University


Horticulturist),


onal Center, Lake

ork University)
U).
University)


Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (1966-1966).


PIOTROWSKI,


GEORGE, Ph.D.


(Case


University)
Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Su
Professor of Mechanical Engineering


PIRKLE, EARL C., Ph.D. (University


Professor of Physical


Science


:es a


the Department of Physical Scie
PITTS, JAMES H.:, Ph.D. (University


Western Reserve


rgery; Assistant
(1969-1969).


of Cincinnati)


ind Geology and Chairman
nces (1950-1972)."


of Northern


Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic,
(1971-1971).


PIZIAK, ROBERT, Ph.D.


(University


Colorado)
Adviser


of Massachusetts)


Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
PLEASANT, JULIAN MCIVER, Ph.D. (University of North
Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1969-1969).
PLUNKETT, BETTY KISER, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Education (1967-1967).


,MAXIMO, M.D. (U
ate Professor of Psyc


'68-19


M.S.


Outpatient Clinic (19
POE, SIDNEY LAMARR,


university of Havana)
:hiatry, Chief of Psychiatric
71).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Bradenton
(t969-1970).


POLACK, FRANK M., M.D.


(San Marcus


U


Associate Professor of Ophthalmology


University, Pei
(1967-1967).


ru)


HENRY E., Ph.D., (Duke


yIof North Carolina)
19717-71971).


* University)
(1970-7970).


PRASAD, SHEO SHANKER, Ph.D. (Queens University,
Associate Professor of Physics (1968-1968).


RATHER, E. CHARLTON,
Clinical Associate Profe
(1971-1971).


PRATO,


M. D. (Bowman-Gra
ssor of Medicine/lHE


ANTHONY ALFRED. Ph.D. (Univ


Belfast)


yUniversity)


of California)


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics
Department, IFAS (1969-1969).


PRATT, THEC
Associate
Consumer


ODORE B., D.Sc. (Syracuse University)
Professor (Specialist in Communications and
r Relations) IFAS (1969-7970).


PRESCOTT, SARETTA H., M.S.


Instructor in


PRESTON,


Assistant
Sciences,


Social


JAMES F., Ph.D. (University


Professor, Microbiology,
Assistant Bacteriologist,


PREVIC, EDWARD P.,
Assistant Professor,


Sciences;
LICE, JOHI
Associate


Assistant


4 WILBUR, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Humanities (1961 -1970).


ORY University)
of Pedia trics/IHEP


PRICE, WILLIAM HICKS, M.A.
Assistant Professor ofSocia Sciences (966-1970).
PRIEM, ERVIN SAMUEL, B.S.E.E.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (1952-1952).
PRIMACK, ROBERT B., Ed.D. (Rutgers University)
Assistant Professor ofEducation


SINCE DOUGLAS DON, M.A.
Instructor of Art (1968-7968).


Associate


Associate Professor of Con
Speech (1964-1969).


imunicative


Disorders and


DON MADISON, Ph.D.
Professor of Agronomy,


PRING, DARYL ROGER, Ph.D. (North
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plan


(Ohio State University)
IFAS (1958-1965).
1 Dakota State)
t PatholoeistL


(Columb


)ia University)
*ry (1969-1969).
of Minnesota)


College of Arts and
IFAS (1969-1972).


University of Florida)
Plant Physiologist). IFAS,
Apopka (1961-1970).


o/fssor of Soil and


tor


imy; Acting Director of Center
State University System Sea


DR. OF TECH. (T


in" Professor
972-1972).


Assistant Professor of Zoology


Work in Psychiat


Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Microbiology, College of Arts and
Bacteriologist, IFAS (1965-1972).


LICE, MORRIS A., M.D. (EXM
Clinical Assistant Professor
(1971-1971).


1


L


*^







STAFF


AND FACULTY


PROCHASKA, FREDERICK
University)
Assistant Professor, Foo'


JAMES,


Ph.D.


(North Carolina State


d and Resource Economics


Department, IFAS (7970-1970).
PROCTOR, SAMUEL, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Professor of History


Florida Stat<


History,


and Social
e Museum


Sciences;


(1946-1963).


RATLIFF, HUGH DONALD, Ph.D. (


Assistant Professor
(1970-1 970).


of Industrial


lohns Hopkins University)
and Systems Engineering


RAULSTON, JAMES CHESTER, Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist),


Curator of


IFAS, Agricultural Resea
Bradenton, (1969-1969).


Center,


PRUGH, BYRON JONATHAN, B.S.C.E.


Professor of Building


Construction


RAVIN, MARK B., M.D.
Associate Professor o


(1963-1970).


(New York University)
f Anesthesiology (1970-1971).


PUCKETT, JOHN DON, B.


of Architecture


Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture


RAWITSCHER, ROBERT E.,


(1972-1972).


M.D. (Harvard


University)


PUHL, SUSAN C.,


University Physician


M.D. (University


(1970).


of Iowa)


RAY, DELMAS DENNIS, Ph.D. (University


Professor ot Accounting


(1948-1962).


of Florida)


PULLAN, VERONICA AGNES,


Instructor, P.K.


M.A.


Yonge Laboratory


School


RAY, JORDC
Associate


(1958-1962).


)N BOON, JR., J.D. (Unive!
Professor of Business Law


rsity of Florida)
(1962-1968).


PURCIFULL, DAN ELWOOD, Ph.
Associate Professor (Associate
(1964-1969).


D. (Universit
Plant Pathol


y of California)
ogist) IFAS


RAYL, ANITA R.,
Assistant Professor,


Supervisor


College


of Nursing,


VA' (1972-1972).


PURDYBARBARA ANN Ph.D. (University


(University


dirolFf o a )


Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Anthropology
(1971-1971).


PURDY, LAURENCE HENRY
Professor and Chairman,


IFAS (1967-1967).
PURKEY, WILLIAM


WATSON,


JR., Ph.D. (University of


Department


California)


of Plant Pathology,


SR., Ed.D. (University of


Professor of Education (1964-1970).
PURPURA, JAMES ARTHUR, M.S.E.


Associate


Professor of Coastal and


Engineering (1958-1964).


PURSER, MARY MAY,


M.F.A.


sota)


RAYL, JOHN E., M.D. (Univers
Associate Professor of Surg
RAYMOND, WALTER, B.Arch.


iity
eryj


of Louisville)
ILCVA (1962-1969).


Professor of Architecture (1956-1958).*


REAVES,


Virginia)


CLARENCE


M.S.A. (University


IFAS,


Professor, International Programs,
Embassy, El Salvador (1947-1947).


REBMANN,


Oceanographic


Assistant Professor of Education (1959-1967).
PURSER, STUART ROBERT, M.F.A.
Professor of Art (1951-1951).*
PUTNAM, HUGH DYER, Ph.D. (University of Minne
Professor of Environmental Engineering Sciences
(1963-1970).*


PYATT, EDWIN tuGENE, D. Eng. (Johns Hopkins University)
Professor of Environmental Engineering Sciences and
Chairman of the Department (1965-1970).


PYE, RUBY LEE, M.A.
Assistant Professor


QUARLES,


JAMES C., LL.B.


Professor of Law (1969-1969).


(1949-1954).


of Virginia)


QUESADA, ARMANDO AUGUST, j.D.
Interim Assistant Professor of Law (1972-1972).


(Western


Reserve


Medicine (1964-1970).


BELL, ROSA B., M.Ed.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory


RADCLIFFE, ROBERT C.,
Assistant Professor of
RALEIGH, GEORGE JOSI
Professor (Horticultur


Finance (19


of Florida)
U.S.


DAVID RAYMOND, Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor of English


(1970-1970).


of Minnesota)


REDDISH, ROBERT LEE, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Professor (Meats Specialist) IFAS (1955-1957).
REED, JOHN CLIFFORD, ME.


Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1950-


REED, THOMAS MCKENNAN, Ph.D.
University)


7965).


(Pennsylvania


Professor of Chemical Engineering (1952


REED, PHILIP B., M.D. (Indiana University)


State


-1965).


Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry
(1969-1969).


REED-HILL, ROBERT ELLIS D.,


Sc. (Yale University)


Professor of Materials Science an d Engineering


(1960-1964).
REESE, ROBERT LEWIS, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist)
IFAS, Agricultural Research and Educational


Center, Lake


Alfred, (1963-1966).


REEVES, FRANK BLAIR,


University)


M.A. Arch.


Professor of Architecture (1949-1968).


REGNA,


School (1966-1970).
) State University)
71-71971).
Cornell University)


IFAS, Agricultural


Research


and Educational Center, Belle Glade (1970-1970).


M.A.


Assistant Professor of Physical Education
SISTERR. VICKI SMITH. M.A.


(1961-1965).


Instructor of Education (1972-1972).
3, CARY LAYNE, Ed.D. (Colorado State
it Professor of Education (1969-1969).


(LES EDWARD, Ph.D. (Louisiana State
Professor of Chemistry (1948-1955).


University)

University)


AssistantProfessor of Ophthalmology


(1971-1971).
RAMEY, ROBERT


ANCE


Professor of Electrica


L, JR., D.Sc. (L
I Engineering


and Biochemistry


University of Cincinnati)
(1966-1966).


Associate


Professor


of Spanish (19


diversity)
71-1977).


ID, WILLIAM R., Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Professor of Education and Chairman, Special
Education Department (1969-1969).


RAMIREZ, ADOLFO, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor of Spanish (1948-1956).


)WARD W., M.D. (University of
Professor of Medicine/VA (1961


MALCOM,


(St. Louis University)


Administration Hospital and Associate
and Hospital Administration, V.A.'

NY FRANK, Ph.D. (University of North


(1S


167-1972).
of Wisconsin)


College


Director, Veteran's
Professor of Health
(1969-1969).


RANDAZZO,
Carolina)
Associate F


professorr of Geology


RAO, KOPPAKA V., Ph.D. (University


Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry,


armacy/ h P 1 9 9 1 9


"INERT, JAMES ARNOLD, Ph.D. (Clemson Un
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist),
Agricultural Research Center, Ft. Lauderdale


E, HARRY W., JR., M.D. (University of
Associate Professor of Surgery/JHEP


(Harvard


diversity)
IFAS,


(1970-1970).
Virginia)
(1968-1969).


University)


Associate Professor of Zoology (1967-1972).


:ITH, E. J., Ph.D. (New York University)
Professor of Pathology and Professor in
Dental Sciences (1972-1972).


Basic


ITZ, HERMAN J., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor (Horticulturist) and Center Director,
IFAS, Agricultural Research and Educational


Center, Lake


A f d
l re (1946-1957).


. ...... .-,,-, no a ,m. __ s e:.. ..:...


rch and Educational


Assistant Professor of Surgery (1972-1972).


and Surgical


of Physical Education


Associate


/ '


I


I


II 1 I


S-


wl


I







STAFF


RESNICK, MICHAEL B., M.A. (University of Floridal
Research Associate in Chnical Psychology ( 970-7972).


REUSCH, RUTH A., M.S.
Assistant Professor, C
Director of Nursing SI


college
services


of Nursing and
-VA 1972- 972)


REYNOLDS, JOHN EVERETT, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for
Resident instruction. Food and Resource Economnq
Department, lFAS, (966- 97T1


REYNOLDS, MABLE MARIE, M.A.


Associate Librarian, Catalog


(1949-1970)L


REYNOLDS, RICHARD C., M.D. (Johns Hopkins Universitvy)
Professor and Chairman, Department or Community Health
and Family Medicine and Assistant Dean for Comm unity


Health and


Professor


of Medicine T968-1971.


RHATIGAN, RONALD M., M.D. (Umversity


Chincal Assistant
(1969-1969).


Professor


of lowa)


of Pathology/lHEP


RHINES, FREDERICK NIMS, Ph.D. (Yale University;
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
and Chairman of the Department 7 9)9-1960).
RHOADES HARAN HARLAN L, Ph.D. (University of llinois


Associate


Professor (Assoc


and


Agricultural Research
Sanford, (1959-1967.


iate Nematologist
Educational Center.


RHOADES, FREDERICK MILTON, Ph.D. (Mississippi State
College)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soils Chemisti,


IFAS, A4
Center,


ricu


ltural Research and Educational


Quincy (1966'966%.


RHOTON, ALBERT L., JR., M.D. (Washington Universit i
Professor of Surgery i1972-7972).
RICE, EDWIN RAY, BSA, (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor (Assistant


Agricultural
Belle Glade,


RICE, ROBERT I., M.A.


Assistant


Research


lFAS, USDA


Agronomist,


and Education


AND FACULTY


RITTERSKAMP, L. DARLENE, M.S. (Indiana University)
Instructorr of Physical Education (1971-1971)
ROAN, VERNON PARKER, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


Associate


Professor of


ROBBINS, CHARLES LEW


Instru< tot in


Sociology


Mechanical Engineering (1966-7966).
*IS, M.S.
(1956-1960).


ROBBINS, JAMES E., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology i7962-1962).
ROBBINS, RALPH COMPTON, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


Associate


Professor (Associate


Nutritionist).


IFAS Tr959-1966i
ROBERTS, CARLTON j., B.Arch. (University of Florida)
Planning Consultant (1972-1972).
ROBERTS DANIEL ALTMAN, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor of Plant Pathology, tFAS (1959-7964).
ROBERTS, DAYTON YOUNG, Ph.D. (Florida Stale University)
Associate Professor of Education (t968-1968).
ROBERTS. EDWARD GUERNSEY, Ph.D. (State University of New
York)


Professor, ITAS, U 5. Embassy, Saigon,


Vietnam (7970-1970).


ROBERTS, LEONIDAS HOWARD, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy (1949-7971).
ROBERTS, MICHAEL D., Ph.D. (Oxford University)


Assistant


Professor n


Biochemistry and Botany


(1970-1970.
ROBERTS, PAUL EDWARD, IR., Ph.D. (University of Iowa)


Assistant


Professor ot Economics


(1969-1969).


ROBERTS, RAYMOND BLAINE, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Assistant Professor of Economics (7970-7970)."
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM KITCHENER, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor Soid Chemist; IFAS, (1950-1965).


ROBINSON,
Assor ate


Center,


Professor of journalism and


Communications (1966-1966).


RICHARD, GEORGE A.,
Associate Professor in
(1967-1972%


M.D. (University ot Pittsburgh)


Pediatrics and


Surgery


RICHARD, WAYNE, Ph.D. (Peabody Institute)


Professor


of Education


41968-19681.


RICHARDS, CHARLES C., M.D. (Johns Hopkins Universityv


Clinical Assistant
(1970-1970).


Pro essor of Anesthesiology


RICHARDSON, JAMES GILBERT, M.A. Umnversity


Associate


Professor of


F finance 946-1957)"


RICHTER. RONALD L., Ph.D., (Texas


Assistant Professor Assistant Extension


Technologistl.


IFAS (1972-1972).


RIDGDILL, GARY DALE,


M. of Architecture


FRANK ALBERT, M.S.


Professor Associate


IFAS i950-1966).


Aprculturisti.


ROBINSON, WILLIAM RONALD, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor of Enghsh 1967-7967).
ROCKWOOD, ROBERT JR., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
interim Assistant Professor of Humanities (7973-7973).
RODEHEAVER, JANET LITTLE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Medical Technology (1967-7967).
RODGERS, EARL GILBERT, Ph.D. (Iowa Slate University)


Professor


of Agronomy, IF AS 7946-1959t.


ROESCH, CHARLES B., M.D. (Cornell University;


Clinical Associate Professor of


Surgeryl/HE P (i969-1971).


ROESSLER, CHARLES ERVIN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


ot F ridai


A & M University)


Dair,


Assistant Professor of Architecture 1972-1972
RIDGE, MARGARET BURNS, ML.S.


Librarian,


Catalog n1969-1969t.


RIDINGS, WILLIAM H., Ph.D. (North Carolina
University)


Assistant


Professor (Assistant Plant


IFAS (7971-1971)


RIGGS,


State


Assistant
Sciences


Professor


of Environmental Engineering


1967-1967 41969-19691.


ROGERS, ANDREW |.. Ph.D.( University of Maryland)
Professor En Fomologist iFAS t1977-7971).
ROGERS, CLARENCE I., MAg.


Associate


Professor of Agricultural Engineering,


IFAS 1953-1967t.
ROGERS, JAMES SAMUEL, PhD. (University of Illinois)
Agascultural Engineer, USDA, tEAS i1968-1968).


ROLAND, DAVID ALLEN, SR., Ph.D. tUniversity of


Ass stant


Professor Assistant


IfAS 1970-1970}L


ROLF, LESTER ., JR, Ph.D. IT


Pathologst~i,


FRANK P., J.D. (University of Florida)


Professor of Law


(1969-1969^


Assistant


Professor


ROOKS, EVELYN ANN, M.H.I
Assistant Professor tExtenn


Specialist,


IFAS "969-1969).


Poultry Scientist),


Georgia)


exas A & M University)
macology 11969-1972).
En Human D lpmnt
./on Human Development


RIHERD, MARTHA, M.Ed.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1968-1970).


ROOSENRAAD, JON


Assistant


A., M.A.


Professor Of


Communications


fournalism and


1i968-1972.


RIKER, HAROLD CLARK, Ed.D. (Columbia University
Professor of Education and Acting Chairman. Counselor
Education Department (19 38-1972).


RILEY, JOSEPH L, M.D. (Loma Linda
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology (


RING,


WADE. M.Ed.


Instructor, P.K.


Laboratory


ROSE. GILLIS NORMAN, B.S. (Murray State College. Kentuckyl


Associate
Departme


ROSEN,


1969-1971


School 1958-1962.I


Professor, Food and Resource Economics


IFAS i 1943-1945).


IRA C, Ph.D. Polvte*hnc institute of Brooklyn)


Assistant Protessor of immunology and
Microbroloogy 1967-1967


Medical


ROSENBAUM, WALTER A, Ph.D. (Princeton University)


Wil l lAAA F


A i ir iate


Professor


ITVII fN VV I. t I i m Ii ~vi Vf. r


or Pohtical Science f7962-1963).


Assistant


Assistant


Associate


Ri0'\i


nt.


_~~


: -I I L1U' 1) 3^, ( '>JI f ^. *


I







STAFF


AND FACULTY


ROSIN, ALEXANDER P., M.D. (Tulane
Clinical Assistant Professor of Obsi


Cynecologyl/HEP (19


ROSS,


71-1971).


CLAUDIUS ALLEN, Ph.D.


University)
tetrics and


SAKIMOTO,
Instructor


SAND,


TAKASHI, M.D. (Nagasaki Univ
in Ophthalmology (1971-1971).


(19717-1972).


M.S.E.


ROBERT SHERMAN, Ph.D. (Univ


Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal
IFAS (1971-1971).


H.S.D.


Edui


ANIRAI


ersity of Kentucky)
Husbandman)


(University of Indiana)
cation, (1953-1963).


university)
-' ~y)


ersity)


SALAMON, GERALD L., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


(University of Florida)


Interim Assistant Professor of Engineering Sc
Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering Eglin


:ience,
AFB (1969-1969).


ROSS, JAMES E., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Dean of Agricultural Programs for
Extension, IFAS (1966-1972).


RC


)SS, JOHN
Clinical As


B., M.D. (Johns Hopkins U
sistant Professor of Medici


(1971-1971).
ROSS, JOHN J., M.D. tHarvard


Univel


Associate Professor of Pediatrics (1


university)
nellHEP


SANCHEZ-SALAZAR


rsity)
965-1969).


ROSS, MICHAEL H., Ph.D. (New York Universit
Professor of Pathology (1971-1971).


ROTH, S.S.,


Instructor in


M.D. (Case Western


Reserve)


Pediatrics (1971-1971).


ROTHMAN, HOWARD BARRY, Ph.D.


(Stanford


Assistant Professor of Speech (1969-1971).


SANDEFUR, WAYNE THOMAS,


University)


ROTHWELL, DONALD FREDERICK, Ph.D. (Purdue University)


Professor (Soil Microbiologist),


ROUSE, ALVIN HAMILTON,


Professor (Ch
and Educatio
ROW, ANDREV
Instructor in


IFAS (1948-1971)


,emist), IFAS Agricultural I
'nal Center Lake Alfred (19
V WILLIAM, M.A.
Mathematics (1958-1958).


Professor,


SANDER, EUGENE GEORGE, Ph.D. (Cornell U
f .. f n. i iJnr M J<1f^


Associate Proressor in


SANDY K., M.


SANDERS,


Btocnemistry
D. (University


Clinical Assistant Professor


SANDERS,


WILLIE


691( 7- 1 970).


of Florida)


of Pediatrics (1965-1968).


J., B.S. (University


of Florida)


Therapy


SALES,
Clini'


-1971).


LOUIS M., M.D. (Boston University)
cal Associate Professor of Medicine lHEP


(1971-1971).
SAMOL, HARRY M.,
Assistant Professo
Belle Glade, IFAS


SAMUEL, JOHN ALTON,


M.S. (University


of Florida)


Engineering


(1954-1967).


MD(San Marcos University)


ROWE, MARY BUDD, Ph.D. (Stanford University
Associate Professor of Education (1972-1972).


SANDERSON,


JOHN ALLEN, M.U.P.


(1969-7969).


ROWELL, DONNA


M.N.


Instructor, College of Nursing
RUBIN, MELVIN L., M.D. (Univei
Professor of Ophthalmology(


SATZ,


(1972-1972).


rsity of Calif
1963-71967).


ornia)


PAUL, Ph.D. (U


Professor of Clinica


SAUNDERS, JOHN


RUBIN, STEPHEN, J.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Law (1972-1972).


RUCKER, FREDERICK DONALD,
Assistant Librarian, Architectu
(1972-1972).


Professor of Agronomy, IFAS


College


M.S.L.S.


ire


and Fine Arts


). (University
S(1955-1969).

of Nursing an


of Wisconsin)


university
I/ Psycho


of Kentucky)
logy and Psychology (1964-1971).


VAN DYRE, Ph.D. (University


Professor of Sociology (1961-1967).


SAW, JOHN GREENVILLE, Ph.D.


(University


Professor of Statistics (1965-1969).


SAWADA, TATSU RC
Visiting Associa te
(1965-1970)*


SAWYER, E/
Associate


Director of


VA' (1972-1972).


CAIN, JR., M.D. (University

,chiatry (1959-1968).


Research


of Florida)


of London)


university of California)
Professor of Physics


,RL MORROW, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Physics (1947-1968).
ERBERT A., JR.,M.E., C.E.


Professor of Civil Engineering (1962-1962).


SAXENA, CAPAL KRISNA,


of North


Visiting Associa
IFAS, USAIDIGu


D. (University ol
of International


(1968-1971).


SAXON, JOHN P., Ph.D. (University of Georgia)
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling


(1971-1971).


and Engineering


tXON, STEPHEN APPOLLOS, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1969).


(1959-1967)


of Wisconsin)
-1972).


of Virginia)


SHAAK, CRAIG D., Ph.D. (Universit
Assistant Curator of Invertebrate


Florida State


Museum


Paleonto


(1972-1972).


Professor of Physical Therapy (1961-1968).


Professor of Civil


Virginia Universit


(1970-1970).


Engineering


RYAN, MARY PATRICIA, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1
RYSCHKEWITSCH, GEORGE EUGENE, Ph.D. (
University)
Professor of Chemistry (1956-1965).


Dean


of the


College


Arts and Professor of Architecture


N ROGERS, Ph.D. (Unive
Professor of Physics and


(New York University)
essor in Surgery (1971


Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering


(Ohio State U


Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1


SCHAFFER, GERALD, B.S.B.A.


969-1969).


Assistant to the
(1971-1971).


(1969-1970).


'ersity)
969-1977).


Vice President for Administrative Affairs


MARGARET V.,


Instructor, Computing


and Fine


B.S.E.D.


(University of Florida)


Center.


Professor of Agronomy, IFAS,


(U university o
(1961-1972).


Professor of Civil Engineering and Chairman
Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering


Counseling Psychologist,
(1970-1970).


-1971).


SACIUK, BOHDAN, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
A -* f n S .' .. > L^ A J ,. C 2 . .j. r n


SCHEAFFER, RICHARD LEWIS,


(Michigan
University


State Unr


f California)


of the
(1969-1969).
diversity)


Counseling Center


Ph.D. (Florida State


Associate Professor of Statistics (1967-1972).


Assistant Professor of Accounting (1971


r (Assistant Entomologist)


Associate Professor of Mechanical


Clinical Assistant Professor of AnesthesiologyljHEP
(1969-1969).


Professional Physical


Research
49-1958).


Instructor of Pathology and Occupational
(1968-1970).


Assistant Professor of Architecture


te Professor


Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1969-1970).


Associate


Assistant


of Architecture
(1959-1972).


rsity of New
Chemistry


University)


~^II


* .,.,.., in


I J-k-f*


niv


1







STAFF


AND FACULTY


SCHER, RICHARD KING, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Social
(1972-1972).
SCHETTINI, ALFONSO, M.D. (
Assistant Professor of Anesth


(Columbia University)
Sciences and Political Science


University
,esiology


of Naples)
(1968-1969).


SCHIEBLER, GEROLD LUDWIG, M.D. Ph.D. (Harvard Medical
School)
Professor and Chairman of Pediatrics (1960-1966).


SCOTT, MARY, M.S.
Instructor of Mathematics (1971-1971)
SCOTT, ROBERT TAYLOR, Ph.D. (Duke University)


Assistant Professor ofReligion and
Religious Activities (1971-1971).


SCOTT, THOMAS


A., Ph.D


Chairman of Physics,
Astronomy. (1958-19:


. (Harvard


Coordinator of


University)


Professor of Physics and


SCHIFFLI, RICHARD J., B.S.BA.
University Business Manager (
SCHIMPFF, ROBERT D., M.D. (U


SCOTT, THOMAS


1966-1971).


nivers


Assistant Professor of Pathology (19


ity of Flo
70-1972).


rida)


MCDONALD, M.A.E.


Assistant Professor of Physical


SCROGGIE, EVERETT, JR.,


M.A.


(1949-1952).


Assistant Professor of Communicative Disorders


SCHLEIN, Edward, M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1972-1972).


SCHLENKER, B. R., Ph.D. (State Univer
Albany)
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1


SCHMELING, GARETH L, Ph.D.


sity of New

972-1972).


(University


O


Associate Professor of Classical Languages


SCHMERTMANN, JOHN HENRY, PH.D.


f Wisconsin)
(1970-1970).


(Northwestern


SCRUGGS, WILLIAM MARTIN, JR., M.Ed.


Coordinator of Special
Education (1968-1968).


Programs, Division


SCUDDER, DELTON LEWIS, Ph.D. (Yale


Professor of Religion


(1946-1946).


SCUDDER, WALTER TREDWELL, Ph.D.


Professor (Horticulturist)
Educational Center, Sanfc


of Continuing


University)


(Cornell


University)


al Research


University)
Professor of Civil Engineering (1965-1965)."
SCHMID, CERHARD MARTIN, Ph.D. (Innsbruck Un


Associate


Professor of Chemistry


SCHMIDT, MARLIN, Ph.D.


(1964-1970).


(University of Iowa)


Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1968).
SCHMIDT, ROBERT ALLEN, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania
Assistant Professor (Assistant Forester) IFAS (


SEABERG, LILLIAN MARIE,
Associate Librarian, Ref4


diversity)


I State


M.A.
erence and Bibliograph


SEAMAN, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


University)


1967-1967).


SCHNARE, PAUL S., Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1967-1967).


SCHNEIDER, IRWIN, M.D. (Tulane University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine/lHEP


Assistant Professor,
(1971-1972).


JOHN H, M.D.
Professor of Sur
MARGARETTA,


SEASHORE,
Assistant
SEASHORE,


Assistant Professor
SEAWRIGHT, JACK A


(1971-1971).


SCHNEIDER, NATHAN i., Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1954-1954).


SCHNEIDER, RICHARD THEODOR, Dr
University Stuttgart, Germany),
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sci
SCHOENAU, RONALD HELMUTH, B.S.


. Rer Nat.


(Technical


ences (1965-1968).


Director (1962-1969).


SCHOESSOW, GLEN JOHN, M.S.M.E.
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences (1958-1958).
SCHOLES, ROBERT JAMES, Ph.D. (University of Indiana)
Associate Professor of Speech and Linguistics (1966-1970).


SCHRODER, VINCENT NILS, Ph.D. (


Duke


Associate Professor of Agronomy, IFAS


University)
(1955-1969).


SCHULKIND, MARTIN LEWIS, M.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1965-1968).


of Chicago)


(Yale University)
rgery (1970-1972).
M.D. (Yale University)


of Pediatrics (1970-1970).


Ph.D. (University


Assistant Professor of Entomology,
SEGEDY, HARRY J., B.A.


Assistant
SELF, MORI


Curator, Florida State
IS WALDT, Ph.D. (Un


Professor of Civil Engineering


IFA


Museu
iversity


of Florida)
\S (1970-1970).

'm (1965-1965).
'of Minnesota)


(1966-1966).


. (University of Oregon)
and Director of the Computing

h.D. (Florida State University)


Assistant Professor of Speech (1972-1972).
SEVERY LAWRENCE J., Ph.D. (University of Colorado)
Assistant Professor (1971-1972).


SEYMOUR, CARTER PURNELL,


Associate


Plant Pathologist, Div.


(1968-1968).
SHAARA, RICHARD


BENSON,


of Plant Industry


M.D. (University


University Physician (1969-1969).


of Texas)


y (1949-1970).


SCHULMAN, STEPHEN GREGORY, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical


. (University
Chemistry (1


of Arizona)
970-1970).


SCHULZE, DAVID L, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-1970).
SCHUMACKER, AUDREY SIMS, Ph.D. (Western Reserve
University)
Professor Psychology (1958-1958).
SCHURER, E. I., Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of German (1973-1974).


SCHWAB, JOHN J., M.D.


(University of


Professor of Psychiatry and


SCHWALBE, FRANK C.,


Clinical Associate


(1971-1971).
SCHWARTZ, V


jR., M.


Professor


Louisville)


Medicine (1959-1967).


D. (Emory Univers
of MedicinellHEP


UICHAEL, Ph.D. (University


of Florida)


Visiting Assistant Professor, Food and Resource
.- s-- -


nonist,


SCHWARTZ, MICHAEL R., M.H.A.
Associate Director, Shands Teaching Hospital and
Clinics; Assistant Professor of Health and Hospital
Administration (1966-1968).
SCHWARZ, GEORGE C., M.D. (Duke University)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Assistant Professor o
Psychiatry (1969-1969).


SCHWASSMANN, HORST O.,


Ph.D.


(University


of Wisconsin)


SHAFFER, CHARLES


VERNON,


Ph.D.


Professor of Electrical Engineering
SHAH, DINESH 0., Ph.D. (Columbia
Associate Professor of Chemical Ei
Professor of Anesthesiology (1970


SHANDS, JOSEPH


., JR., M.D. (Dub


Professor of Immunology and Med
Professor of Medicine (1961-1970).
SHANNON, GARY WILLIAM, Ph.D. (L
Assistant Professor of Geography (C
SHANOR, LELAND, Ph.D. (University


sity)


D.Sc. (Illinois Wesleyan


Professor and


SHARP, BERT


University)


(Stanford University)
(1946-1966).
University)


engineering and
-1972).
ke University)


ical


Associate


Microbiology and


University
1971-1971


of Michigan)


of North Carolina),


Chairman, Department of Botany


LAVON,


Dean, College of Edt
(1956-1968).*
SHARP, JOHN L., Ph.D.


Ed.D.


rcatio


(1965-7965).


(University of Florida)
n, and Professor of Education


(University


of Hawaii)


1972-1972).


SHARPE, MILES HERVEY, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University)


Editor anc
Food and
SHARPE, RA


I Chairman of Editorial Department, Institute of
Agricultural Sciences (1955-1961).


LPH


HAROLD. M.S.


(Texas


SM University)
IFAS (1948-1960).


SHASHY, ROBERT A., M.D. (Medical College of
Clinical Assistant Professor of PediatricsljHEP


i L L A ... i m I *A I


Education


(1966-1968).


IFAS, Agricultur
ord (1955-1968).


Center for Aquatic Sciences


Data Processing


SELFRIDGE, RALPH G., Ph.D
Professor of Mathematics
Center (1961-1966).
SELLERS, DANIEL EMORY, PI


AINI P Ecuador (1977-1972).


Assistant Professor of Entomology, IFAS(


Professor of Fruit Crops (Horticulturist).


South Carolina)
(1972-7972).


I


=~


I


A


_


___ ____~


A -. n _- -- ^ ^f^ - / r7"i -m ^


=







STAFF


AND FACULTY


SHAW, SUZANNE JANE, M.A.
Assistant Librarian, Catalog (1967-1967).


SHEA, JOsEPH JAMES,
Associate Professor


0


Ph.D. (University
of Education (196


of Michigan)
7-1967).


SHEEHAN, THOMAS JOHN, Ph.D. (Cornell Univ


Professor (Ornamental


Horticulturist),


IFAS (1


ersity)
954-7967).


SHEMDIN, OMAR H., Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Associate Professor of Coastal and Oceanography
Engineering (1967-1969).


SHENKMAN, FREDERICK ALAN, Ed.D.


(University


Assistant Professorof Social Sciences (1969-1


SHEPPARD, DONALD


Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Engineering, Science and
(1968-1968).


SHEPPARD, DONALD


MAX,


Ph.D.


Associate Professor of Education
and Aerospace Engineering (196J


SHERMAN, ROBERT R., Ed.D. (Rutgers


9


of Florida)


Mechanics

University)


University)


Associate Professor of Education (1967-1967).


SHERMAN, WAYNE BUSH, Ph.D.(Purdue University)


Associate Professor of Fruit Crops (Associate
IFAS (1966-1972).


Horticulturist),


SI'


gting and Assistan t Dean,
station (1957-1964).


NGLETON, GEORGE T., M.D. (Baylor University)
Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Division of
Otolaryngology, Chief of Staff, Shands Teaching
Hospital and Clinics and Assistant Dean for
Clinical Affairs of College of Medicine (1961-1971).


(University of Flor


Professor of Environmental Engineering
(1967-1970).


Sciences


SISLER, HARRY HALL, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)


Executive


Vice President and Professor


Ph.D.
urist) a


of Chemistry


(Ohio State University)
nd Dean for Research, IFAS


(1942-1967).
SIVAZLIAN, BOG HOS D., Ph.D. (Case Institute of Technology)


Professor of Industrial and Systems


(1966-1972).
SKELLEY, ROBERT CHARLES, M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art (1962-1970).


G., JR./,
of Pedia


M.D. (Emory
trics/lHEP (1


Engineering


University)
936-1971).


SHIELDS, DOROTHY ANN, M.Ed.


Assistant Professor


of Physical


Education


Therapy; Chi
Hospital and


(


(1962-


SHIELDS, MURRAY WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of
Professor of Economics (1946-1949).
SHINN, GLENN C., Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Assistant Professor of Education (1971-1971).


SHIRLEY, RAY LOUIS,
Professor of Animal
(1949-1951).*


SHOEMYEN,


Instructor of Occupational
Therapist, Shands Teaching


SKINNER, THOMAS
1962). Professor (Agricu
Washington) SKIPPER, FRANCIS I


Colonel,


(1972-1972).


Ph.D. (Michigan State)
Science (Animal Nutritionist) IFAS


University)


*f Occupational
Clinics (1964-1966).


SHORT, DONALD EUGENE, Ph.D. (University of Nebraska)


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist)


SHOWALTER, ROBERT KEN
Professor (Horticulturist),


IFAS (1970-1970).


(Purdue University)


IFAS (1945-1956).


SHRYOCK, EDWIN F., D.D.S. (Loma


Associate Professor and Chairman, Division of
Fixed Prosthodontics. College of Dentistry (19.
SHULER, AUDIE IRWIN, B.A.
Director, Security Service (1962-1962).


SHULMAN, STANFORD T., M.D.
Instructor in Pediatrics (1970-


(University
1972).


SHULT, ERNEST EDWARD, Ph.D. (University
Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).


SHUMAKER, JAMES R., Ph.D. (U


university


Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, Hastings (1967-1967).
SHUSTER, JONATHAN JACOB, Ph.D. (McGill University)
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1969-1969).


SIEG, KAY W.,


M.Ed.


Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1971


SIEGEL, BETTY LENTZ, Ph.D.
Dean of Academic Affairs
(1967-1972).
SIEGEL, JOEL HERBERT, M.A
Assistant Professor in Engl


(Florida State University)
for Continuing Education and


ish and Linguistics (1967-1970).


SIERAKOWSKI, ROBERT L, Dr. Eng. (Yale Univ
Associate Professor of Engineering Science,
and Aerospace Engineering (1967-1968).


SIGMON, KERMIT N., Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Mathematics


ersity)
Mechanics,


tof Florida)
1966-1966).


SILHACEK, DONALD L., Ph.D. (University of W
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist),


SILK, ERNEST SAMUEL, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical


Sciences (1957-1957).


SILVERMAN, DAVID N., Ph.D. (Columbia
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology (1
SIMANTON. WILLIAM ALDRICH. Ph.D. (I


SKORA,


IRENE


72-1972).


SMALL,


of Chicgo)

of Illinois)


Professor and


-1971).


Associate


SMART, GROVER C.,


Professor (Agricultu
of Agricultural Engii


Itut
H-1.,


)BB, M.Ag.
ral Engineer) IFAS
M.S.A. (University


M.A.


Health


ral Enginee
peering, IFA


Laboratory (7963-1963).
SMITH, CECIL NUCKOLS, Ph.D.


SMITH, DAVID THORNTON, LLB. (Boston University)
.- -- -. /-r ,,


(1947-1964).
of Florida)


U.S. Air Force, Professor of Aerospace Studies


M.D. (Medical


of Jagiellonski


of Anesthesiologyl/HEP


rsity)
Chemistry


Medicine


and Family


(U university


Chairman of Immunology


(University c
(1970-1970).


U.
Re


ng


of Cinci


arid Medical


nnati)


M.A. Mus. Ed.
music (1964-1970).
PRISON, M.S.E.
ctrical Engineering (1958-1965).


(University


of Wisconsin)


Nematologist)


IFAS (1964-1967)
of Missouri)


Dean ot the


SIMS, GEORGE RUDD, M.BA.
Assistant Professor of Marke
College of Business Adminiu


(Arizona State)


SINGLE, JOHN EDWARD, Ph.D.


(Arizona State
(1967-1972).
3-1968).


'ida)


(1956-1970).
SITES, JOHN WILBU
Professor (Hortict


SKINNER, RICHARD
Clinical Professor


MARGARET CLARE, M.A.


(London


University)
Clinical Assistant Professor
(1969-1969).


Academy


NETH, M.S.


SLATER, JOHN CLARKE, Ph.D. (Harvard Univei
Graduate Research Professor of Physics and
(1964-1964).


Linda University)


SLAUGHTER, JOHN EIDELL,


Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1959-1964).
SLOAN, FRANK A., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Assistant Professor of Economics and Assistant


Professor of Community
(1972-1972).


SLOTTERBECK, OBERTA ANN, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1970).


PARKER ADAMS, JR., M.D.


of Minnesota)


Microbiology (1966-71966,
SMALL, TERENCE SAMUEL,


Professor of Mt


SMALLWOOD, MARK HARI
Assistant Professor of Elei


Associate Professor (Associate


SMERDON, ERNEST THOMAS, Ph.D. (University


r) and Chairman, Department


kS (1968-1968).


SMITH, ALBERT B., Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Associate Professor of Romance Languages (1963-1970).


(Universit)


SMITH, ALBERT BARNES, III, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor ofEducation


SMITH, ALEXANDER GOUDY, Ph.D. (Duke University)


,f Michigan)


/isconsin)
IFAS (1970-1970).


Professor of Physics and Astronomy; Acti
Graduate School (1948-1971).
SMITH, BRYAN CHARLES, Ed.D. (University
Associate Professor of Health Education (
SMITH, CARROLL N., Ph.D. (George Washir


Professor of Entomology and Director,
Attractants Behavior and Basic Biology


University)
971-1971).
owa State University)


of Oregon)
1969-1969).
ngton University)
SDA Insect
!search

of California)


(University


Professor, Food and Resource Economics Department,
IFAS (1952-1963).*


C(


e


___


I


).


I .)



















of Minnesota)


SMITH, EMMETT DAN,


SMITH, FRANCES SHAVER,


SMITH, GRAHAM SHANNON, Ph.D


SMITH, GREGORY E.,


D.D.S.


SMITH, HERRICK HAYNER, M.S.,
Professor of Landscape Architu
SMITH, JACK REGINALD, Ph.D. (
California)


(1970-1970).


Professor of Education (7966-1966).


SOLER, GLADYS P.


(University


(University of


Instructor in


Pedi,


Horticulturist),


M.D. (University of Havana)
atricsljHEP (1971-1971).
University of Havana)
Professor of MedicinelJHEP (1971


SOLIS, MANUEL MAURICO, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Architecture


Washington)


}tistr


Assistant Professor of History


SOMPAYRAS,


M.L.A.
lecture (1966-1971).


University


-1971).


(1969-71969).


(University


(1977-1971).


M., M.D. (University


of Iowa)


of Penns


Clinical Associate Professor of MedicinellHEP


SONODA,
California)


of Southern


MASAHIRO


Assistant Professor (Assistant F


Agricultural Research


Center,


and Psychiatry


Professor of Fruit Crops (Horti


Ivania)
-1977).


i, Ph.D. (University of

Plant Pathologist), IFAS,
Ft. Pierce (7969-7 970).
/ of Florida)
iculturist), IFAS (1956-1967).


SMITH, JAMES HUNN, h
Assistant Professor of


SMITH, JESSIE W., JR., M.S. (Flo
Assistant Professor (Assistant
IFAS (1972-1972).


M.A.


M., JR., D.D.S.


(University


leering (1947-1952).
University)


Meteoroligst)


SMITH,


SMITH, KENNETH L., Ph.D. (University


Associate


Professor (Associate


(University


(1960-1966).
SMITH. PAUL H.. Ph.D.


Sciences,


SMITH, QUENTIN


M.P.H. (University of Michigan)
Professor and Chairman, Department of
Professor of Medicine, College of Medic
SMITH, RALPH LESLIE, M.S.


Associate
and Acting


Center, lay


Professor (Associate Agronomist),


Center Director,
(1943-1943).


SMITH, RAYMOND 0., M.D. (Ur
Assistant Professor of Surgery
SMITH. REX LANEL. Ph.D. (Iowa


Quincy,


and Communications


of Missouri)


Microbiologist) IFAS,


of California)


lIege of Arts


of Tennessee)


Community


SOUTHCOMBE, FRANCIS J., Ph.D. (University
Visiting Professor, International Programs.
INIAP, Ecuador (7972-1972).
SPANGLER, BYRON DEMENT, M.S.E.
Professor of Civil Engineering (71949-1971).
SPANIER, JOHN WINSTON, Ph.D. (Yale Unive
Professor of Political Science (1957-1967),"
SPARKS, LINDA FRANCES, M.S. in L.S.
Associate Librarian, Education Library (196
SPENCER, BARBARA, M.N.


Interim


Instructor,


SPENCER, DAVID S.,


College
M.H.A.


Associate Director. Shands


of Nursing
(University
s Teaching' I


Clinics and Assistant Professor, Heait
Hospital Administration (1970-1970).


Dentistry,


ine (7969-7969).


Research


(1971-1977).


Assistant Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1968-1968).
SMITH, RICHARD CLARK, Ph.D. (Duke University)


Associate


Professor of Botany


(7964-1977).


SMITH, RICHARD T., M.D. (Tulane Univ
Professor and Chairman of Pathology
of Pediatrics (1958-1958).
SMITH, ROBERTS COLES, B.A.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Commu


IFAS (7961-1961).
SMITH, T. LYNN, Ph.D.


Graduate


SMITH,


(University


ersity)
(1958-


SPENCER, NEAL R.,
Assistant Profess


M.S. (University c
or of Entomology.


SPIEGEL, EUGENE H., D.
Assistant Professor of
(17967-1967).
SPINKS, DANIEL OWEN,


D.S. (University
Dentistry, Colle

Ph.D. (North C


Professor and Associate Dean
IFAS (1947-1969).


SPIVEY, HERMAN
Professor of En
SPIVEY, JAMES N.


EVERETTE, Ph.D.
glish (1936-1971).


M.D.


(Medical


Clinical Instructor in Surgery


aroli


for Resideni


(University


College
977-1971


SPURLOCK, ALVIN HAROLD, M.S.A.


1967);


Professor


Professor,


of Sou


(University


of West


Australia)


ersity)


1-7970).


of North


Carolina)


th Carolina)

of Florida)


IFAS (1934-71963).


SPURLOCK, CARL, Ph.D.


nications


of Minnesota)


Research Professor of Sociology


WAYNE H., Ph.D. (Mississippi State


Associate


Professor of Forestry


IFAS (1964-197(
SMITH, WILLIAM


Associate


HOWARD, P.Ed.


Professor, Extension


SMITTLE, BURRELL JOE, Ph.D. (F
Professor of Entomology and
Entomology Research laboral


SMUTZ, MORTON, Ph.D.


Specialist).


(University


Assistant Professor of Geography


of Oklahoma)
(1972-1972).


SQUILLACE, ANTHONY E. Ph.D. (University


Professor (Forester)


(1949-1959).


University)


and (Associate Forester)


District Agent,
utgers Universit


USDA,


SRYGLEY, TED FILO, M.S.


Medical


ranan,


ST. JACQUES, ERN
College)
Associate Dean


IFAS (1958-1977)


of Social Sciences


Clinical


Medical Entomologist, USDA
ory (1965-1965).


(University


of Wisconsin)


Professor of Chemical Engineering; Associate Dean for
Research, College of Engineering; Associate Director,
Engineering and industrial Experiment Station (1969-1969).
SNEDAKER, SAMUEL C. Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor, Center for
and Environmental Engineering
SMYLIE, ROBERT FRANK, Th.M.


Aquatic
(1968-


Sciences;
1971).


Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1964-1967).*
SNIDER, MARTHA J., Ed.S. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing (1965-1972)


IFAS, (1965-7965).


Health Center


Library


.EST HOWARD, Ph.D.


of Academic


(7969-1972).


(George


Peabody


Affairs and Associate


J. HAROLD, M.D. (Duke University)
Assistant Professor of Medicine/lHEP


Instructor in


UIS, M.D. (University o
Pediatrics (7969-7972).


State University)


University
Assistant Professor of


Mathematics (1966-1966).


STAFFORD, JOSEPH H., Ph.D. (Purdue
Associate Professor, Food and Resoc


Department and L
(71971-1971).
STAGE, JOHN T., M.
Clinical Assistant
(7964-71968).
STAHL, ROBERT J.,


Director


(Ohio


of Physica


State University)


Professorl/HEP in


Anesthesia


M.A.Ed.


Assistant Professor of Accounting


Associate Librarian, Catalog


M.A.


(1967-7970).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental
IFAS, (17971-197).


Assistant Professor of Operative Den
College of Dentistry (1972-7972).
SMITH, HALBERT C., D.BA. (University
Professor of Real Estate and Urban L.


Professor of Electrical Engineering
(1964-1970).


A.S.M.E.
Mechanical Engir


Associate Professor of journalism
(1959-1968).*


Chairman and Professor,


Microbiologist,


Microbiology, Co7
IFAS (1959-1972).


Agricultural


(7972-1972).
of Minnesota)
Hospital and
h and


na State)
Instructor


Food and Resource Economics Department.


(7966-71966).


Professor


-1977).


(1971


University)
urce Economics
I Planning


M.A.


I


J


__


D


J


J


) I__I







STAFF


AND FACULTY


STANLEY,


ROBERT EUGENE, Ph.D.


HAROLD


Medicine (1966-1972).
)EL M., M.D. (University


D.D.S.


(Ohio State University)
IFAS (1957-1969).


STANDLEY, GERALD BRENT, Ph.D. (University of Buffalo:
Professor of Comprehensive Logic and Philosophy
(1960-1968).


STANFORD, THOMAS


., M.D. (Loma Linda University)


(1971-1971).


of Physical


Education,


in Surgery


STANLEY, DENNIS KEITH,


M.A.E.


of the College


(University


(Georgetown)
Professor and


STANLEY,
Professc


STANLEY, ROBERT LEE, Jr., Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist)
Research and Educational Center, Quincy
STEARNS, THOMAS WESLEY, Ph.D. (Univer
Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Cha,
of Chemistry (1946-1955).
STEELE, ROBERT G., M.D. (Albany Medical (
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (
STEIN. GARY S.. Ph.D. (University of Vermo'


ST


of Florida)


M.S.A. (Unive
ant Vegetable


), I
(1
sitr
irn


STOKES,


Interim Teacher,
(1972-1972).


STONE,


STORCH, SIDNEY, A
Clinical Associate


Health,


of Maryland), M.S.


Medicine,


P.K.Yonge Laboratory School


WILLARD E., Ph.D. (University of


Chairman


Pennsylvania)
of Department


A.D. (University of Brussels)


Professor of Medicinel/HEP (1971-1971).


STORER, MORRIS BREWSTER, Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Professor of Humanities and Philosophy (1947-1970).


STOUFER, ROBERT CARL, Ph.D.


STOUT, FRANK W.,


Dentistry (1972-1972).


STRACHAN, JAMES B.,
Clinical Professor of


Californ


f Georgia)
FAS, Agricultural
968-1968).
of Minnesota)
nan of Department


Col lege)
'1972-19
nt)


TRACK,


JAMES G.,


M.B.A.


(Ohio State University)


College of


D.D.S. (Detroit University)


Diagnosis,


ersity)


71).


Assistant Professor of Health and Hospital Administration
(1970-1970).


STRAN BERG, JAMES OLIVER, Ph.D. (University c
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologis
Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
(f967-1967).
STRAUGHN, ALTO ALFRED, Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor (Director. Program Evaluat


Organizational Development) IFS (1965-
STRAYER, JOHN ROBERT, M.Ag.


72).


I)
-Health


965-1970).


Irsity o
Crops


STREIFF, RICHARD REINHART, M.D. (Ba
Associate Professor of MedicinelVA (1


STRICKLAND, ALBERT
Associate Librarian,


Associate Librarian
(1958-1969).
STRICKLAND, RAY KE


if Wisconsin)
t), IFAS,
Sanford

Wisconsin)
ion and


1971).


sel, Switzerland)
967-1971).


CARSON, M.S.
IFAS (1958-1969).
CARSON, M.S. (University of


in Charge of Agriculture Library


Georgia)


of Georgia)
(1960-7971).


IFAS


fD BADENOCH, LL.B. (University of Michigan)
(1949-1954).
) D., A.M. (University of Chicago)
alt Work in Psychiatry (1969-1969).


EPHENSON, SAM E., JR., M.D
Professor of Surgery and Cha
Surgery for JHEP(1968-1970).


irmi


ANTON,


cultural Research and
1951-1961).
of Florida)


M.A.


Assistant Professor of Economics (1956-1956).


Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory


Professor of Music


College of


BILLIE KNAPP, M.A.
>r of Professional Ph


School


(1967-


Professor of Education (1941-1958).'
STROBEL, JAMES WALTER, Ph.D. (Washington State University)
Professor (Plant Pathologisi) and Chairman, IFAS, Ornamental
Horticulture-Agricultural Experiment Stations (1959-1970).


STROZIER,
Assistant


VIRGINIA RAGLAND
Professor, College of


Nursing


(1957-1958).*


STRYKER, PHILIP DAVID, Ph.D. (Northwestern
Professor of English, Adviser (1947-1964).*
STUBBS, GEORGE M., M.D. (Duke University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of SurgeryI/HEP
(1969-1971).


1971).*


(1948-1970).


ersity)
of Path


sical Education


EWARD, KERRY KALEN, Ph.D. (University of Connecticut)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Physiologist), IFAS, US
Agricultural Research Center, Ft. Lauderdale (1967-1967).


RONALD


s


(.


sociate
Center, i
utgers


IFAS, Agri
ke Alfred (
University


Yonge Laboratory School


BROR, M.S.P


Associate


CLAUDE


C., Ph.D. (Univ


University)


Professor of History (1969-


SU, SIEW PHEK. M.S.
Assistant Librarian,


(1970-1970).


SUAREZ,


DA,


ANDRES,


IFAS (1970-1970).
/El, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
of Speech and Electrical Engineering


D.C.L.


(University


Professor of Latin American Studies,
Science (1965-1965).


DAVID I., Ph.D. (Ohio


Counseling Psychologist,


Associate


Professor (Associate


History, and Political


State University)


University Counseling


Center,


3.F. (Duke University)
Forester), IFAS (1959-1959).


Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM J., Ph.D. (Yale University)


Assistant Professor of Russian


and Linguistic


SUMMERS, THOMAS EUGENE, Ph.D. (Universi


(1970-1972)

s (1970-1970).
ty of Iowa)


Associate Professor (Associate Entomologist) USDA,
(1966-1966).
IMNER, HAROLD RALPH, M.S. (University of Kentucl


IFAS


Engineer), IFAS,


Assistant Professorof Clinical Pharmacy (1


STALL,


Professor of Plant Pathology


Clinical Instructor


Dean Emeritus


ANNE G., M.E.D.


and Recreation and Professor of Professional Physical
Education (1931-1969).*


Professor of Accounting and
of Accounting (1960-1960).


College
Patholo


Chairman, Department of Oral


of Dentistry, and Prbfessor, Department of
gy, College of Medicine (1968-1970).
ROBERT GREENBLATT, Ph.D. (University of
or (Forest Physiologist), IFAS (1965-1965).


Associate


Associate


Professor of Chemistry (1958-1967).


Professor, Division of Oral


M.D. (Washin ton Univ
MedicinelIHEP (1971-11


Family


Assistant Professor of Biochemistry (1972-1972).
rEIN, GERALD H., M.D. (University of Pennsylvania
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Community )


Associate


Assistant Professor


EPHENS, JAMES MORRIS,
Assistant Professor (Assista


of Psychiatry and Pediatrics (1


Professor (Associate Entomologist) IFAS (1965-1971).


Interim


M.S.F.


Assistant in Genetics (Forester),


(University


university of Vanderbilt)
an of the Department of


Associate


STETSON, CHANDLER A.,


Dean of the
(17972-1972).


STEVENS, BETTY COSBY, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Coma


STEVENS,
Professc


ST


ST


ersity)
,(1966-1971).

(1936-1954).


EWART, E
Associate


Agricultural Research C
STEWART, IVAN, Ph.D. (R
Professor (Biochemist),
Educational Center, Lal


S. (Auburn University)
Soils Physicist), IFAS, USDA,
Ft. Pierce (1960-1960).
University)


STEWART, KIRBY, Ed.[
Assistant Professor,
(1966-1972).


STEWART


Professor (Assistant Agricultural


Associate


963-1970).


I







STAFF


AND FACULTY


SUSMAN, MARILYN, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Ed


SUTER,


MAX,


TELFORD, SAM R., JR., Ph.D. (University


(St. Louis University)
ucation (t972-1972).


M.D. (Tulane University)


Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and


GynecologyljHEP


(1968-1968).


Angeles)
Assistant Professor of Zoology


of California at Los


(1970-1971).


TELLER, MORTON HERMAN, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physics (1943-1967).*


SUTHERLAND, ALAN DURYEA, Ph.D. (Uni
Professor of Electrical Engineering (195i


versity o
3-7965)."


f Illinois)


TENNANT, LEO KEITH, M.P.H.
Instructor of Physical Education


(1967-1968).


SVARLIEN,


SWANSON,


AVID LEE, Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
Professor (Assistant Agronomist), IFAS Agricult.
Center, Ft. Lauderdale (1970-1970).


RICHARD


Ph.D.


of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Political Science t1968-1968).


SUZUKI, HOWARD K.,


Ph.D. (Tulane


Unive


OSCAR,


Neurosciences,


College


ural


TEPLY, MARK LAWRENCE, Ph.D. (University of Nebraska)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968).
TERGAS, LUIS E., Ph.D. (University of Florida)


(U university


Visiting
IFAS, iN


Associate


Professor,


IAPEcuadort?972-T972).


TERHUNE, JAMES L., M.A.
Assistant Professor of fc


*rsity)
Related


of Medicine


of North


(7967-71967).
TERRY, JUAN E.,


Assistant


M.S.L.S.


Librarian,


Health


urnalhsm


Center


TESAR, DELBERT, Ph.D. (Georgia


Carolina)


Professor of Mechanical


Engmneenng Science,
t1964-1969).*


:ersity of Oregon)
(1971-1971).


SWANSON, R. M., Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Psychology


and Communications


Library (1968-1968).


Institute


Engineering;


of Technology)


Mechanics, and Aerospace Engineering


TLOW ALAN CG., M.D. (Manchester University
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology


of Colorado)


(1971


-1972).


(1969-7969)"


SWANSON, ST
Instructor in
SWENSON, ED
Associate Pr
Pulmonary L


ofessor


of Medicine and


diseasess (1964-1970),


tural Engineering
1972-71972).
sity of Nebraska)
Chief of


WATTERS, Ph.D. (Michigan State


University)
Assistant


P1968-1968.


Professor (Assistant


Animal


Physiologist), IFAS


SWETT, MANETTE, M.A.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge


Laboratory


School (1948-19531.


Assistant Professor


of Physics


SWINFORD, KENNETH ROBERTS, Ph.D. (University


Professor (Forester), IFAS (1937-1960).*
SZINAI, STEPHEN SLOMO, Ph.D. (Hebrew
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Medicine (1971-1972r


Assistant Professor (Assistant
(71972-7972).


of Jerusalem)
and Associate


Assistant in


Pathologist) IFAS


NY E., M.S. (Utah State University)
Animal Science, IFAS (1970-1970).


Professor


of Pediatrics and Surgery i t96


7-1970L


Acting


MICHAEL E., Ph.D. (Johns
>r of Industrial and


Systems


Chairman of the Department (7965-196


Engineering,
9).


Assistant Librarian,


Reference


(1958-1970).
TAPPAN, WILLIAM BURGESS, M.S.A.


and Bibliography


Professor (Associate Entomologist IFAS,
al Research and Educational Center, Quincy
7s.


.RJAN, ARMAN CHARLES,
Professor (Nematologist),
Educational Center, Lake


IFAS, Agricultural Research
Alfred (1955-1958 ).


Professor of
(1957-1970).


THOMASON,
U university)


Counseling


Medicine and


(1942-1964).


M.D. (Cornell University)
ief of Medical Services/VA


OLIVER BRUCE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State


Department


THOMASSON, GEORGE 0., M.D.


University


Physician;


(University


of Texas)


Medicine (7969-7 969).


Professor (Horticulturist), IFAS,


(1948-1966).*


Instructor in Architecture (1972-1972).
TAYLOR, CAROL DICKINSON. M.A.


Associate in Nursing
(1959-719617)


and Associate


Assistant Curator of Malacology,
11966-7970).


Professor


of Anthropology


M.S.C.


Assistant Professor


of Finance


and Economics 0 1971


-1977).


Assistant
Academic


Tennessee)
Assistant


4, IRENE, M.A.
Professor in English
Affairs (1967-1973).


Professor


Florida State


and Special Assistant in

LS. (Un diversity of


of Physical Education.


Professor ot


Clinical Professor


Humanities (1964-1968).


M.D. (University
of SurgeryifHEP


of Michigan)
(7969-71969).


(Iowa State


University)
Professor (Soil


Chemist), IFAS


(1945-1945).


Interim Assistant
(1972-1972L


Professor


of Classical Languages


University


C


TAYLOR, WILLIAM JAPE, M.D. (Harvard
Professor of Medicine and Chief of Ca
TAYLOR, WILLIAM MURRAY, JR., D.V.M
M.S. Assistant Professor (Assistant MIc


ounsemng

University)


Ir


THOMPSON, NEAL PHILIP, Ph.D. (Princeton University)


Center


Associate


11965-7972).


diology 7 958-1969).
(Ohio State University)


:robiologist)


Agricultural Research Center. Ft. Lauderdale


(1967-


Professor (Associate


Biochemist),


THOMPSON, RALPH BURNHAM, Ph.D. (University


Professor o
THOMPSON,
College)
Associate P


'f Marketing (1955-1960).
ROBERT I., M.D. (Wayne State


of Texas)


University


professorr of Obstetrics and Gynecology.


Chair-


ACi T r nr nl n fl flL. f. ni. ...tr l........_...._......i _......-


F-'


SUTTON, Di
Assistant
Research
SUTTON,


Dean and Professor of College of Health
Professions (1970-1972), and Professor,


Department of
(1970-1971).


Professor of Political Science (1946-1955).1


International Programs,


Professor of


Associate
Agriculture
(955-196


Professor and Chairman,


of Rehabilitation


Instructor in


Associate


Counseling Psychologist,
(1970-1970L


_ I I___


[ 1 E


f.: t






STAFF


AND FACULTY


THRELKEL, ROBERT, M
Clinical Instructor in


.D. (Duke University)
Pediatrics/lHEP (1971


TIFFIN, WILLIAM TRUITT, M.S.M.E.
Professor of Materials Science and Engint
(1944-1954).
TILLMAN, CHESTER EARL, Ed.D. (University


TING, SIL VUNG, Ph.D. (Ohio


Professor (Biochemist) IF.
Educational Center, Lake


sering


of Florida)


and Education and
and Study Skills Center


TURNER, 1
Interim


-1971).


THURSBY, GENE ROBERT, Ph.D. (Duke University)


TURNER, W.
Assistant P


THURSTON, PAUL THAYER, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


THOMAS E., M.A. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor of Political Science (1972-1972).


KENNETH, Ph.D. (iowa State University)
professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer), IFAS


91( 77-1 977 ).


TYLER,


972).


MAX E.,


Ph.D.


Professor of Mic
Bacteriologist, IF


(Ohio State University)


robiology, College
AS(1953-1953).


TYLER, WILLIAM GORDON, Ph.D. (Fletcher
Diplomacy, Tufts University)


of Arts and Sciences;


School


of Law and


Assistant Professor of Economics (1969-1969).


TVNFR


(1967-7967).
TILLMAN, WILEY JAMES, JR., M.Arch.
Associate Professor of Architecture (1952-1968).
TIMMERMAN, EUGENE MELVIN, Ph.D. (University of South
Carolina)


(1960-1960).


State Universit


AS, DC,
Alfred (


Agricultural Research
71953-1968).


TINGLE, DAVID, M.D. (University of Sheffield, England)


Clinical Instructor in
TISON, JEAN PIEPER, i


Psychiatry


t.A.E.


(1964-1969).


Instructor in Education (1936-1948).
TOBIAS, JOEL A., M.D. (University of Pen
Assistant Professor of Thoracic Surgery


(1960-1968).


nsylvania)
(1970-1972).


TODD, EUGENE ALLEN, Ed.D. (University of Houston)
Professor of Education and Chairman, Department of


Secondary


(1966-1971).


MACK


PhD (Universit


I*II*y i


*I l.I -. i T . * i ri i
Professor of Chemical


of Cincinnati)


Engineering


TYSSELAND, MILFORD S., Ph
Associate Professor of Fina


(1944-1956).


i.D. (University o
nce (1968-1968).


UELSMANN, JERRY NORMAN, M.S.,
Professor of Art (1960-1969).*


UHLER ROBERT BRUCE, B.S.
Academy)


Captain, U.S.


Armny,.


Science (1972-19


72)


(United


f Minnesota)


M.F.A.


State


Assistant Professor
.


UHRIG, ROBERT EUGENE, Ph.D. (Iowa
Dean of the College of Engineering;


es Military

of Military


State University)
Director of the


ment Station;
Professor of


or
ce


Professor


of Engineering
Engineering


UKOCKIS, JAMES R., Ph.D. (Indiana University)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-1970).


ULMER,
Assist;


GREGORY, Ph.D. (Brown University)
ant Professor of Humanities (1972-1972).


TOLBERT, ELIAS LAKE, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Education (1967-1968).


TONER,


RAYMOND J.,


Assistant Director of
(1965-1965).


M.A.
Center for Latin American


TOROSIAN, GEORGE, Ph.D. (Univ
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy


Studies


ersity of Wisconsin)
(1969-1969).


TOU, JULIUS T., Ph.D. (Yale University)
Director, Center for Informatics Research


TOWNSEND, JAMES J., M.D. (Duke University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of PediatricsllHEP


LAVIS, DAVID M., M.D. (Vander
Professor of Pharmacology and


(17967-1967).


ULTSCH, GORDON


Interim


HUMAN,


Ph.D.


(University


(Princeton


Professor of Electrical Engineering and


(Columbia


Unive


c


df Florida)
1972-1972).


University)
Physics (1972


UNDERBERGER, HOWARD LLOYD, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Building Construction


Visiting Professor,
(1972-7972).


(1971-1971).


bilt University)
Medicine (1958-1970).


SAMUEL BALDWIN, Ph.D. (Texas


A&M University)


Assistant Professor of Physics (1968-1968).


Clinical Instructor in


M.D. (Universitl
MedicinellHEP


i of Maryland)
(19717-71971).


(197


h.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Food and Resource Economic:


(Michigan State


rsity)
(1973-


Dean and Professor, College of Nursing


-1972).


'1-1971).

s, IFAS

University)


Chairman


1973).


Assistant Professor of English


English


as Foreign


and Director,


Program


VALA,
Assc


MARTIN T., Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
,ciate Professor of Chemistry (1967-1972).


VALISALO,


TSIBRIS, JOHN C.M., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry (7971-1971).
(SANTO) (17971-1971).


TUAZON, JAIME G., M.I
Assistant Professor in


). (University
Anesthesiola


of Santo Tomas
gy (1969-1971).


Associate


(1961-1970).


VALK, MELR
Associate


PAAVO


D.Eng.


(Technical


University


Professor of Industrial and Systems Engin


'IN EHRMAN, Ph.D. (University of
Professor of German (1947-1972).


Wisconsin)


Associate


Professor


IFAS (1966-1972).
TUCKER, SAMUEL J., Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Edi


Professor of Medicin


(Associate


(Atlanta University)
ucation (7971-1971).


M.D. (University o
el VA (1970-1970).


TUMLINSON, III, JAMES H., Ph.D. (M
Assistant Professor of Entomology,


f Chicago)


ississippi State Un
IFAS (1970-1970).


Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1 954-1959).


Assistant Professor of German (1969-1969).
TURNER, EDWARD C., Ph.D. (Michigan State U
* > *-^ r f. r- j 'A' r.- jf *-


Horticulturist),


VAN ARNAM, CARL E., M.D. (University
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (


VANCE, JOHN MILTON,
Assistant Professor of


of Oregon)
1959-1968).
tv of Texas)


Mechanical Engineering (19


VAN CLEVE, ROBERT, M.D. (Columbia Universit
Clinical Associate Professor of MedicinellHEP


diversity)


(


VAN DE RIET, HANI KAMP, Ph.D. (Florida State U
Associate Professor of Psychology (1963-1963).


69-1969).


1971-1971).
university)


VAN DE RIET, VERNON DWAYNE, Ph.D. (Florida State


U university)
Associate


Professor


(1962-1968).
VANDERWERF,


CALVIN


Dean, College of Arts and
niesiy Scene an Prfso of -/yr t^-


Clinical Psychology

A., Ph.D. (Ohio State


and Psychology

University)


Assistant Professor of Religion


(1970-1972).


Professor of English and Comprehensive Logic and
Acting Chairman of Comprehensive Logic, (1957-1


Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Director of Reading


Assistant Professor of Education


Education


Engineering and Industria Experi
of Nuclear Engineering Sciences;
Mechanical Engineering; Professi
Science, Mechanics and Aerospoa


Assistant Professor of Zoology (


Professor of Professional Physical Education,
of Department of Professional Curriculum.


Language (1964-7968).*


CONE, PAUL, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor of Environmental Engineering Sciences;
Professor of Chemistry (1971-1971).
iLANER, ERIC M., Ph.D. (Indiana University)
Assistant Professor of Political Science (1972-1972


of Fruit Crops


_


of


Sciences and Professor of


university)


I














VAN GELDER, EDUARD,


M.A.


Assistant Director of Admissions (1966-1966).


VROOM, FREDERICK Q.
Associate Professor of


VANHARTESVELDT, C.J., Ph.D. (University c
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Ne
(1970-1970).
VAN HORN, HAROLD H., Ph.D. (University


Nutritionist) and
(1970-1970).


Professor (Animal
Department, IFAS,


Professor (Biochemist),


VAN MIEROP, L.H.S., M.D.


3f Rochester)
,uroscience


of Iowa)
i^


Chairman,


WACKERLY, DENNIS S., M.S. (Florida Stal
Interim Assistant Professor of Statistics


WAGLEY, CHARLES


Science


ersity)


IFAS (1951-1962).


(University


Professor of Pediatrics and Pathology (1966-1968).


VAN NORTWICK, WILLIAM


A.


Clinical Professor of Surgery
SurgeryllHEP (1971-1971).


,M.D. (Vanderbil
and Chairman of


Assistant Professor in


e University)
(1972-7972).
University)


Graduate Research Professor of Anthropology
and Coordinator. Council for International Studies


and Programs (1971-1971).
WAGLOW, IRVING FREDERICK, E
Professor of Physical Education


M.Div.


Health


WAGNER, LYNN E., J.D. (Duke


d.D. (New York University)
(1946-1965).


(Southern


-1972).


University)


Assistant Professor of Law (1971-1977).


VAN RINSVELT, HENRI ALBERT, Ph.D.


VARMA, AR
Associate


Professor of


VARNELL, EMILY D., B.S.


(University


(1967-1967).


Mathematics (1967-1969).


(Northeastern


Research Instructor in OphthalmoloC


VARNES, PAUL RAY,


Associate Professor of Professiona


University)
wy (1962-1970).
)f Florida)
physicall Education


Chairman of the Department of Intramural Athletics and
Recreation (1968-1968).


VASIL, INDRA KUMAR, Ph.D. (University of Delhi,
Associate Professor of Botany (1967-1968).
VASIL, VIMLA, Ph.D. (University of Delhi, India)
Associate in Plant Physiology, IFAS (1970-1970).
VELASQUEZ, AUGUSTO C., M.D. (University of St.
Instructor in Pediatrics/lHEP (1972-1972).


VELEY, CORYDON ALEXANDER,
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Military Science (1969-1969).
VERINK, ELLIS DANIEL, JR., Ph.D
Professor of Materials Science


JR., B.S. (U
, Assistant

(Ohio Sta


university


Professor of

te University)


orida)


and Engineering (1965-1968).


VERNON, JACK R., Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Associate Professor of Economics (1967-1967).
VICK, KENNETH WENDELL, Ph.D. (Oklahoma State I
Assistant Professor, USDA Insect Attractant Behavi
Research Lab (1970-7970).
VICKERS, FRANK DOW, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor, Computer and Information S(


(1963-1967).
VICTORIA, B
Assistant Pr<


VIERCK, CHARLES J., JR., Ph.D.


E., M.D. (University of
Pediatrics (1964-1970).


(University


Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and
(1965-1971).


VILALLONGA, FEDERICO, Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacy (7969-1
VIPPERMAN, POSEY E., JR., Ph.D


(University
969).
. (University


Assistant Protessor (Assistant Animal


Agricultural Research
(1970-1970).


& Education


Cuyo


University)
ior


sciences,

), Argentina)


WAGNER, WILLIAM (
Director of Bureau
(1964-1972).


of Research,


WAHL, F. MICHAEL, Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman
(1969-1969).


(University


of Department


WAHLBERG, SHARON ANNETTE, Ed.D. (Auburn University)


Interim


WAITES, ROBERT ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (Ohio Sta
Associate Professor (Associate Entomologist).


(1951-1968).
WAKELAN, DONALD LEE,


M.S.A.


Associate Professor (Associate
(1957-1967).


WALBROEL, CHARLES E., M.D. (Ur
Assistant Professor of Radiology


WALDEN, WALTER C.,


Animal


te University)
IFAS,


Husbandman).


diversity of Fl
(1969-1972).


M.S. (Mississippi State


Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricult


(1970-1970).
WALDMAN, ROBERT H., M.D.


Associate


of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
WALDO, TOMMY RUTH, Ph.D. (University o


Associate


WALKER, BIRON H., M
Professor of English
WALK, MARY LOUISE


Interim


and Anthropology


WALKER, CHARLES, M.S


(1955-1968).
'rsity of Florida)


orida)


University)


IFAS,


ural Economist), IFAS


University)


A. (Unive


of Architecture


of Illinois)


(Washington


(North Carolina State


of Neuroscience and


(1967-7972).
f Florida)


(1942-1970).


University)


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics


Department,
WALKER, DON


Psychology


of Buenos


Aires)


of Missouri)


Nutritionist),


Center,


Quincy


VOGEL, JOSEPH F., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of English (1965-1970).
VOGH, BETTY POHL, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


V(


VOITLE, ROBERT ALLEN, Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor (Assistant Physiologist),


Assistant Professor
(1968-7970).


WALKER, H. T.
Assistant Professo
WALKER, JAMES W.,


Psychology/VA


-1972).


M.D. (University


of Tennessee)


(1971-1971).


WALKER, JOHN ELLIOTT, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1964-1967).


WALKER, ROBERT DIXON, JR..


Professor of Chemical


M.S.


Engineering (1944-1969).


WALKER, ROBERT DIXON II, M.D. (University


Assistant


WALKER, SUE


ROBERTS, B.S.


Assistant Librarian,


-71969).


VOLIN, RAYMOND B., Ph.D. (Montana State College)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research & Education Center, Homestead
(1971-1971).


VOLK, BOB GARTH, Ph.D. (Michigan State
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soil Chemi


Acquisitions


of Miami)


(1947-1972).


WALKER, THOMAS JEFFERSON, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor (Entomologist). IFAS (1957-1971).


WALKETT, WILLIAM D., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology/lHEP (1970


WALLACE, /
Virginia)
Graduate


University)


ist), I
Glad


VOLK, GAYLORD MONROE, Ph.D. (University (
Professor (Soil Chemist), IFAS (1939-1939).
Educational Center, Belle Glade (1939-1939).


FAS, Agricultural
e (1939-7939).
of Wisconsin)


Research


Professor of


WALLACE, HAROLD DEAN, Ph.D.


Professor (Animal
WALLACE, JOHN B.,
Assistant Professor


*1rA* arrf


a. A. la/ I I 1


(University


Mathematics


(Cornell


-1970).
of


(71963-7969).


University)


(1950-1967).


R., Ph.D. UNIVERSITYY OF Florida)
of Management (1967-1968).


I/"n'I l & ACDitj lrTrn /"n DO rf U.. I-in/ I^


Assistant Professor of Physics


Related Professions (1972


Professor


of Geology


Assistant Professor of Education (1971 -1971).


Professor of Medicine and Assistant Professor


Professor of English


Assistant Professor


(University of Flol
of Social Sciences


(1972-7972).


IFAS (1970-1970).
W., Ph.D. (Texas Christian University)


r of Art (1970


Assistant Professor in Pharmacology (1964-1968
)ICHYSONK, BERNARD FRANCIS, M.E.A.
Associate Professor of Architecture (7959-1969).


Clinical Assistant Professor


of Pediatrics/lHEP


Tennessee)
IFAS (1969


Professor in Surgery (1970-1970).


Research and Educational


Center, Belle


Nutritionist), IFAS


1


).


(


lAl


aireh i


A l I Af E AAAY\A/ hr a


I Iras K


s r r iva l ornavel


I| V






STAFF


AND FACULTY


WALSH, EDWARD KYRAN, Ph.D. (Brown University)


Mechanics,


WALSH, THOMAS, Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1971-1971).


WEBB, DANIEL WARREN, Ph.D. (Kansas State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Dairy Husbandman), IFAS,
(1971-1971).


WEBB, HOWARD W., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of SurgeryllHEP (1


969-1971).


WALTERS, JOE D., Ed.D. (University


of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Education (1972-1972).
WALTERS, YANCY BAILEY, M.S.
Professor (Extension Home Economist, Progr
(17965-1965).
WAN, ELIZA H., M.A. in L.S.


Assistant Librarian,


WANG, ELENA SOE-LEIN, M.A.


Instructor in


Speech


(1972-1972).


(University


WEBB, J.C., M.S.
Assistant Profe


(University of Tennessee)


5ssor (Assi;


(1971-1971).
WEBB, JEANNINE N., Ed.D.


ams), IFAS


of Wisconsin)


Associate


Resources (1972-1972).
WEBB, JOHN V., M.A.
Professor of Journalism and


Assistant Dean


(1958-1972).


stant Agricultural Engineer), IFAS

(University of Florida),
Director of Office of Instructional


Communications and


WARD, BONNIE MULLINS,


M.A.


Assistant Professor of Professional
(1970-1970).


WARD, DANIEL BERTRAM,


WEBB, RODMAN, M.A.


Physical


Ph.D. (Cornell Un


Education


Interim


Assistant Professor of Education (1972-1972).


WEBB, SAWNEY DAVID, Ph.D. (University of California)


ivt


Associate Professor (Associate Botanist), IFAS


WARD, GRAY DOUGLAS, Ph.D.


ersity)
(1958-


(University of Maryland)


Assistant Professor of Physics and Electrical Eng
(1970-1970).


WARD, JOHN LAWRENCE, M


M.F.A.


Assistant Professor of Art (1 966-1968).*


WARD, PETER, LL.B.(Cornell


Professor of Law


WARD, PHILLIP A
Associate Profe
WARD. RONALD


(1972-1972).


University)


1967).


ineering


Associate
State Musr


Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology,
eum; Associate Professor of Zoolog\


(1964-7970).
WEBB, THOMAS E.,
Visiting Associate
Programs, IFAS (1


WEBB, W.B.,
Graduate


M.S. (University


of Florida)


Professor, International


972-1972).


Ph.D. (State University of Iowa)
Research Professor of Psychology


WEECH, HENRY A.,


L, M.F.A.
?ssor of Art (1959-1968).


Ph.D. (Iowa


State Universit


Assistant Professor, Food and Resource


Department, IFAS
WARDOWSKI, WILF


(1970-1970).


Economics


U university)
Assistant Professor of Fruit Crops (Assistant
IFAS (1969-1969).


WARE, WILLIAM B., Ph.D.


(Northwestern


Assistant Professor of Education


Horticulturist),


(1968-1968).


(1958-1970).


U.S. Air Force


Assistant Protessor of Aerospace Studies (1971-1971).
WEEMS, HOWARD VINCENT, JR., Ph.D. (University of C
Associate Professor (Associate Entomologist), DPI, IFA
(1966-1966).


Instructor in Speech (1966-1971).
WEIDHAAS, DONALD E., Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Professor (Entomologist) and
USDA, IFAS, (1967-1967).
WEIGEL, WALTER W., M.D. (Em
Clinical Instructor in Medicin


Investigations Leader,


ry University)
(1959-1959).


WARHEIT, GEORGE J.,
Associate Professor
of Sociology (1969-1


of Psychiatry
'972).


fessor


WEIHE, BRUCE


Interim


Instrl


A., J.D. (University of FIc
vctor in Law (7971-1971).


WARMKE, HARRY EARL, Ph.D.


(Stanford


Professor of Agronomy (Geneticist,


US


University)
DA), IFAS (1


WARNICK, ALVIN CROPPER, Ph.D. (University


Professor (Animal Ph)
WARREN, JESSIE ALMA,


ysiologist)
M.A.


964-1964).


of Wisconsin)


IFAS, (1953-1962).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Communications Specialist),
IFAS (1951-1951).
WARSON, SAMUEL R., M.D. (MtGill University)
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry (1964-1967).


WASS, HAN
Associate


WATERS,


Professor of Education


WILLIE


Professor (Hort


university of ?
(1969-1972).


ESTEL, Ph.D. (University of Flori
iculturist) and Center Director,


Research and Educational Center,
(1960-1968).


WATSON, JAMES


Associate


WATSON,


Professor of Electrical I


MARY CALDWELL,


Bradenton,


(1971-1971).
WEIMER, RAE 0.
Dean Emeritus and Professor of Journalism


cations and Special Assistant


to the President (1949-1968).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Patho


Agricultural Research Center,


Hastings (


WEINSHELBAUM, EDWARD I., M.D. (Univ


Assistant Professor o
(1969-1969).
WEINSTEIN, IRA, Ph.D.
Associate Professor c


(Rice University)
Engineering (1966-1966).


B.S. in L.S.


Associate Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1960-1970).


WATSON, RONALD


EARL, D.D.S. (University


Assistant Professor of Operative l
College of Dentistry (1972-1972).


Dentistry,


of Missouri)


WEINTRAUB,


f Surgery


and Chief


(George Wa
)f Pharmacol


SETH R., D.M.D.


shi


(George


1
e
fr


logist
969-1
rsity c
of Sur


(7969-1969).
Washington University)


Assistant Professor of Peridontology,
College of Dentistry (1972-1972).


WEISS, CHARLES F., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)


Associate
Associate


Professor of Pediatrics and
Professor of Pharmacology


Pharmacy, and
(1969-1972).


WEISS, DAVID, LL.B. (Harvard University)


Associate Law


Librarian


(1969-1969).


WATSON,
Interim


VICTOR S., M.A.
Instruction in English


WATTENBARGER, JAMES
Professor of Education


(19717-


1971).


Interim Instructor in
WELLBORN, CHARLES


(1968-1968).


WATTLEWORTH, JOSEPH A., Ph.D. (Northwester
Professor of Civil Engineering (1969-1969).
WATTS, EARLE HUNT, B.S.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
WAUGH, JOAN MEREDITH, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1966-1966).
WEAR, RICHARD ARLEN, Ph.D. (Florida State Un
Assistant Professor of Humanities (1970-1970).


n University)


(1957-7957).


diversity)


Humanities


Associate Professor of lou


rnalism


(1966-1971).
WELLBORN, EMILY, Ph.D. (Univ


ers


Assistant Professor of Education


-1972).


WELLBORN, WALTER H., JR., M.D. (Emory Unive


Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


rsity)
;-1969).


Assistant Professor of Physics (1968-1968).


ANASTASIA L Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Associate Professor of Engineering Science,
and Aerospace Engineering (1970-1970).


Documents (1968-1968).


Professor and


Florida
y and Geology


and Communi-


(1968-1969).


and Communications


sity of
(1972


(1965


~I__ ____


_ _I





- n / -/ /-i-_.~-__i. rt^ -- -i / n- i n n







STAFF


WELTNER, WILLIAM, JR., Ph.D. (University of California)
Professor of Chemistry (1966-1966).
WENZEL, EVELYN LOUISE, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1958-1970).'
WENZEL, FREDERICK WILLIAM, JR., Ph.D. (University of


IFAS, Agricultu
Lake Alfred (19


ral Research and
48-1948).


WERSHOW, IRVING ROBERT, Ph.D. (Yale University)


Acting


Director of Linguistics


WEST, SHERLIE HILL, Ph.D. (University


of Illinois)


Professor (Agronomist) and Assistant Dean
USDA, IFAS 1958-1972).


WHITTAKER, RONALD D., Ph.D. (Florida State University)


Assistant Professor of Journalism
(1969-1969).


WHITTEMORE, HIRAM D., B.S.A.E. (University of Georgia)
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Engineer),
IFAS, USDA, Agricultural Research and Educational Cen
Belle Glade (1958-1958).
WHITTY, ELMO BENJAMIN, Ph.D. (North Carolina State


University)
Associate Professor of Agronomy,


WHITWORTH, JAY


for Research,


WESTERBERG, ARTHUR WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of
London)


Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering (1


M., M.D. (Indiana Ur


Assistant Professor of PediatricsljHEP


WHORTON,


JAMES,


Ed.D. (Colorado State University)


Assistant Professor of Education (1969-1969)


WICKENDEN, T. C.,


967-1971).


WESTFALL, MINTER JACKSON, JR., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor of Zoology and Entomology (1947-1969).


and Communications


WETHINGTON, JOHN ABNER, JR., Ph.D. (Northwestern
University)
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences (1954-1960).


OR)AN FREDERICK


MA


Professor of Architecture (1969-


WEYRAUCH, WALTER OTTO, J.S.D. (Yale
Professor of Law (1957-1960).
WHEATON, ERNEST RICHARD, D.Ed.


Assistant Professor (Extension
IFAS (1960-7970).


Ui


1969).
university)


District Agent),


WH EATON, THOMAS ADAIR, Ph.D. (Un


Associate Professor (Associate


Horticu


diversity of Cal
lturist), IFAS,


M.D. (Columbia


and Surgeons)
University Physician (1972-1972).


College


WICKHAM, MARVIN G., Ph.D. (Washington State University)
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology (1972-1972).
WIECHMANN, GERALD H., Ph.D. (Southern Illinois Universit


Associate


Dean and Associate Professor,


Related Professions


WILCOX,


(1972-7972).


CHARLES JULIAN, Ph.D. (R


Professor (Dairy Geneticist),


WILCOX,


DONALD BRO


OKS, J


Professor of Industrial and Sy
(1952-1952).
WILCOX, MERRIL, Ph.D. (North


utRers


IFAS, (1 59-


.D, (Emory Universit
'stems Engineering


Carolina State University)


Associate Professor of Agronomy, IFAS, (1960-1968).'


WILDER, BU
Associate


ifornia)


Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake
Alfred (1963-1970).
WHEELER, WILLIS BOLY, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State College)


Professor (Associate Biochemist),


Instructor in Education


(1972-1972).


M.A. (Indiana University)


(1972-1972).


ersity)
'-1967).


Instructor of Physical Education


WHITCOMB, WILLARD HALL, Ph.D. (CKORNELL Univ


(Entomologist), IFA
(New York, Buffalo)


Assistant Professor of Education (19
WHITE, BARBARA CRITTENDEN, M.D.


S (1967


70-71970).


Professor, Department of Physical Therapy


NA JOE,
Professor


M.D. (Duke Universit
r of Medicine/VA (196


WILDER, J. LLOYD, M.D. (Loma Linda U
Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry (1968


niv


-1969).


WILDT, ALBERT R., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor of Marketing (1971-1971).


WILENSKY,
Associate


NORMAN MARVIN, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of History (1962-1969).


WILFRET, GARY JOE, Ph.D. (University


of Hawaii)


Assistant Professor (Assistant Geneticist),


Agricultural Research and Educational
Bradenton (1969-1969).


WILKERSON, RUTH, M.D. (Medical


Clinical Instructor in


WILKERSOh
Assistant
Museum,


(1972-1972).


WILKINSON,


WHITE, CLEMENTINE BERTHA, M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1966-1966).


Professor (Associate


(University


(1955-1967).


Husband


WHITE, LARRY D., Ph.D. (University of
Assistant Professor (Assistant Forestt
WHITE, LAWRENCE L., M.S., (Creightor
Major, U.S. Army
Assistant Professor, Military Science i


ROBERT. M.A.E.


Instructor in Architecture (1969-1971).
WHITEHEAD, RICHARD HOLMES, B.A.


of Illinois)


College of
Clinical


Medicine (11


Center,


College o
977-71977).


, S. JEFFREY, Ph.D. (Tulane
Curator of Anthropology, F
and Assistant Professor, Ar


ALBERT H., R.,


f Pennsylvania)


University)
lorida State
fthropology


M.D. (Jefferson


Associate Professor of Surgery!/HEP


(1969-1971).
WILKINSON, CLYDE WINFIELD, Ph.D. (University


dman),


Professor of English


WILKINSON,
Wisconsin)


Arizona)
r), IFAS (1970-1970).


n University)

(19717-7197).


Registrar (1938-1971).


WHITEHURST, WILLIAM L, M.D. (University of


Tennessee)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


JACK OLIVER, Ph.D


. (Rhodesia)


(1959-1959).


ROBERT CLEVELAND, Ph.D. (University of


Professor (Entomologs t), IFAS (1960-1977).
WILKOWSKE, HOWARD HUGH, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Professor (Dairy Technologist) and Assistant Dean for
Research, IFAS (1950-1968).


WILLARD, DEL, M.S.
Instructor in Mathematics (1960-1960).
WILLIAMS, AUBREY LAKE, Ph.D. (Yale Uni
Graduate Research Professor of English


WILLIAMS, CHARLES STANLEY, M.S.


University)
Instructor of Physical Education


(1966-19691


AssociateProfessor(Associate Plant Pathologist),
IFAS, Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
Lake Alfred (1967-1967).


versity
(1958-


(Western


(1972-1972).


WILLIAMS, CLYDE M., Ph.D. (Oxford University)


Professor and


Chairman, Radiology


(1960-1965).


WILLIAMS, DANIEL EDWARD, B. of Architecture


Interim Instructor in Architecture
WILLIAMS, DAVID D., M.N.


Massachusetts)
Professor (Chemist),
Educational Center,


AND FACULTY


Professor of Spanish;
Program (1946-1972).


and Communications


ter,


WESTON, EDWARD G., M.S.
Assistant Professor Journalism
(1970-1972).


IFAS, (1966-1971)


diversity)
(1971-1972).


WETTERQV
Assistant


SIT


of Physicians


College


of Health


University)
1971).


Associate


IFAS (1966-1972).
WHIDDON, ANN, h


Interim


WHIDDON, NANCY SUE,


y)
2-71969).
'ersity)


Professor of Entomology
WHITE, ARTHUR 0., Ed.D.


Chairman and
(1958-1969).


WHITE, FRANKLIN HENRY, Ph.D.
Professor (Bacteriologist) IFAS
WHITE, JAKE B., B.S.A.


Associate


f Virginia)


IFAS (19417-944).


Medical


WHITE, TONY


Dean of Admissions and


of Illinois)


WHITESIDE,


1961).


Kentucky


(71972-1972).


y)


I


e


j i~n_*


1


((1_1 C~1 (I 1^ 1






STAFF


AND FACULTY


WILLIAMS, EMMETT LOUIS, I
for Teachers)
Professor of Education and
of Education (1964-1972).


WILLIAMS, HIRAM
Professor of Art (


WILLIAMS,


Associate


IZOLA


Profes


Ph.D.


(George Peabody College


Associate


Dean,


College


D., M.Ed.
1960-1968).


FORRESTER, M.S.
sor and Chairman,


Home Economics, IFAS, (19E
WILLIAMS, J. CURTIS, JR., M.D
Clinical Assistant Professor
WILLIAMS, MARGARET RUTH,


J3-1970).


P
of


Department of


(Bowman Gray)
* Medicine (1967-1


Chairman and Professor, Department of Medical


Technology (1961-1970).*
WILLIAMS, MARY CILLEY, M.A.


(University of f


Assistant Professor (Assistant Editor),


IFAS (1


WISEMAN, BILLY R., Ph.D. (Kansas State University)
Assistant Professor of Entomology, Southern Grains
Insect Research Laboratory, Tifton, Georgia, IFAS
(1970-1970).
WITTE, WILLARD THEODORE, Ph.D. (University of Maryland)


Assistant Professor
IFAS, (1971-1971).


(Assistant Ornamental


Ho


WITTIG, HEINZ JOSEPH, M.D. (University of Mu
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (1968-1968).


WITTKOPF, BARBARA JEAN, M.S.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and
(1970-1970).
WITTKOPF, EUGENE R., Ph.D. (Syrac


:lorida)
961-1962).


Assistant Professor of Politic


. JOSEPH, Ph.D. (I
Professor of Educa


rticulturist),

inich)


Bibliography


use University)


:a Science (1970-1971).
ndiana University)
ation (1968-1970).


WILLIAMS, NANCY LYNNE, M.S.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Catalog (1971-1971).


WILLIAMS, ROBERT E.,
Florida)


M.E. (University of


Computer Research Specialist (19


WILLIAMS.


72-1972).


ROGER D., M.D. (Duke University)


Clinical Professor of Surgery (1971-1971).


WILLIAMS,
Assistant


WILLIAM N., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Oral Biology, College of


Dentistry(1969-197T).


WILLIAMS, WINTON E.,
Assistant Professor of


J.D. (U
Law (1


University of
969-1969).


Mississippi)


WILLIAMSON, DARRELL L., Ph.D. (Texas A&M)


Research


Associate in


(1972-1972).


EntomoloJy,


WILLIAMSON, HERBERT DUFF,


M.C.E.


WOLFEMIL ANDRES


Professor (Horticultu
Research and Educal


M.S. (Purdue University)
Srist), IFAS, Agricultural
tional Center, Belle Glade,


(1948-1966).
WOLFENBARGER, DANIEL OTIS, F
Entomologist, IFAS, Agricultural
Educational Center, -omestead
WOLFF, DOROTHY ANN, MA.


Teacher, P.


h.D. (Cornell
Research and
(1945-1946).


University)


Yonge Laboratory School (1972-1972).


WOLFF, GEORGE ELLIOT, Ph.D
Carolina)
Professor of Social Sciences, A
WOLFORD, RICHARD WILSON,


Quincy, IFAS


Professor (Chemist),
and Educational Cer


IFAS, DC,
iter, Lake


WOLFSON, MORTON, M.Ed.


Associate Professor of Building Construction


(1965-7965).
WILLIS, RICHARD D., Ph.D. (Univ
Assistant Professor of Psycholoj
WILMOT, DAVID L, M.A.


sity of Illinois)
(1969-1969).


Professor of Music (1962-1968).
WILMOT, WILLIAM V., JR., Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Professor of Management (1957-1964).*


WILSON
Interim
WILSON


W


, DAVID C., Ph.D. (Ruters)
n Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1972-1972).
, HAROLD ARNOLD, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)


Associate Professor of Social Sciences and History,
Adviser, (1958-1967).


ILSON,
Associa
(1962-1


WILSON,


Assistar


WILSON,


HENRY RUSSELL, Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
te Professor (Associate Poultry Physiologist),
967).
JENNET MAE, M.A.
it Professor, College of Nursing (1957-1957).


WILLIAM CURTIS, Ph.D. (U


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant


IFAS, Agricultural Reseai
Lake Alfred (1966-1966).


rch and Ed'


university of F
Pathologist),
ucational Cer


Adviser


WOLFSON, SORRELL L., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics (1964-1972).
WOLKING, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of Education (1968-1968).*


WOLTZ, SHREVE SIMPSON, Ph.D. (Pu
Professor (Plant Physiologist), IFAS,
Research and Educational Center, B


rdue University)


Agricultural
radenton (1s


WOOD, FRANK BRADSHAW, Ph.D. (Princeton University)
Professor of Astronomy; Associate Chairman for


Astronomy and Director of Opt
(1968-1971).
WOODARD, j, CARROLL, D.V.M.,
(Massachusetts Institute of Techn<
Associate Professor in Patholog


ical


, Ph.D.


bservatorie

(Auburn U


ology)
y (966-1970).


WOODRUFF, ROBERT EUGENE, Ph.D. (U


niver


Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist),
(1966-1968).
WOODRUFF, WILLIAM, D.Phil. (University of I


lorida)


enter,


England)
Graduate Research


Professor


H


sityo
DPI,


s

university)


f Florida)
IFAS


Nottingham,
history and


WILTBANK, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Florida)


Assistant Professor of Fruit Crops,
Horticulturist), IFAS, (1968-1968).
WINARSKY, IRA HAROLD, M.F.A.


(Assistant


WOODS,


CHARLES TRUMAN,


J


Assistant Professor (Assistant
Experiment Station, IFAS (19(


WOODS,
University
Interim


Interim Assistant Professor of Architecture
(1972-1972).
WIND, CHIEL A., M.D. (University of Jerusalem)
Assistant Professor of OphthalmologylHEP
(1968-1972).


WINEFORDNER, JAMES DUDLEY, Ph.D. (U
Illinois)


Professor of Chemistry(


1959-1967).


university


WING, ALEXANDER HOLBROOK, Ph.D. (Columbia


University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering


WING, ELIZAB
Assistant Cu


ETH S., Ph.D. (Univ
rator, Florida State


WING, JAMES MARVIN, Ph.D.


Professor (Animal


Nutrition


'ersi


(1955-1955).*
ity of Florida)


Museum (1961-1968).


(University of
st), IFAS (1951


Iowa State)
-71966).


WINGER, ALAN R., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Cn .- ^^- - r ; f'f- ^ II^ *1f


R., M.A.
Editor),
56-1968).


CLIFTON, III, Ph.D. (North


Agricultural


Carolina State


)
Assistant Professor (1971-1971).


WOODWARD, EDWARD R., M.D. (University


Professor of Surgery and Chairman
(1957-1957).


WORKMAN, RALPH B., JR., Ph.D. (U
Associate Professor (Associate Ent
Agricultural Research Center, Has


WORTHEN. DAVID


M.D. (Unive


of Chicago)


of Department


university of Oregon)
tomologist), IFAS,
tings ( 958-7967).
rsity of Minnesota)


Associate Professor of Ophthalmology a
Ophthalmology SectionlVA (1970-1972).


WRIGHT, MARGARET KATHLEEN,
Florida)


Interim


Chief of


J.D. (University of


Instructor in Law (7971-1971).


WRIGHT, ROBERT C., Ph.D. (Universil
Assistant Professor of Education (19


y of Kansas)
70-1970).


WITTMER, P
Associate


(University of North
adviser (1948-1969).*
M.A. (Duke University)
Agricultural Research
Alfred (1951-1970).


Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic,
(1965-1968).


953-1968).


Professor of Economics (1966-1968).


of Economic


_ ____


f


Sy


v


I


I~





STAFF


AND FACULTY


YAGER, GORDON ARLIE, M. of Architecture
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1972-1972).


YANG, MARK CHAO-KUEN, Ph.D. (University
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1970-1970).


of Wisconsin)


ZETTLER, FRANCIS WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist) (1966-
ZIEGLER, LOUIS WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Fruit Crops, IFAS (1930-1958).


1966).


YAROS,


YATES,


PATRICIA, M.N.


ersity)


ZILLER, ROBERT C.,
Professor of Psych


College of Nursing (1972-1972).


EDWARD D.,


Assistant Professor


(1965-1966).
YELLEN, VICTOR M.,


M.A.
of journalism and

M.S. (Auburn Univ


Vice President for Academic


Affairs (1970-1972).
YEN, ALICE BING, M.S.L.S.
Associate Librarian, Catalog


Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
ology (1970-1970).


ZIMMERMAN, IRENE, Ph.D. (University of Mic
Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1951


ZIMMERMAN. LELAND L., Ph.D. (University


of


higan)
-1970).
Wisconsin)


ZIMPFER, WALTER HENRY, M.S.
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1950-1956).'
ZITTER, THOMAS ANDREW, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)


(1966-1972).


YII, ROLAND, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Professor of Electrical Engineering; Eglin AfB


(1968-1969).
YOFFEE, HARRY F.,


M.D. (Tula


Clinical Assistant Professor
(1971-1971).


Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant


Pat


Agricultural Research and Educational
Glade, (1968-1968).


hologist),
Center, B


lelle


ZOLTEWICZ, John Andrew, Ph.D. (Princeton University)


ne University)
of MedicinellHEP


Associate


ZORNETZER, STEVEN F.. Ph.D. (Universil
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience (1


tyof Califo
71-1971).


rnia)


YOHO, WILLIAM HERBERT, M.S.


YC


Associate


Professor of Physical Sciences and


Geology (1951-1971).
)RK, E. T., JR., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Vice President for Agricultural Affairs an
Professor of International Agriculture, Ir


of Food and Agricultural Sc


ZUBERO, JOSEPH L, M.D.


(University


of


Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (1


Zaragoza)
966-1966).


ZUMBRO, JAMES MARK, M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1969-1969).


1


fences (1963-


ZWEIG. MARILYN B.. Ph.D.


stitute
1963).


(University of


Rochester)


Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1966-1966).


YORTON, JOAN BANNISTER, Ph.D.


Instructor in


(University of


Physical Sciences (1967-1970).


Florida)


YOST, WILLIAM ALBERT, Ph.D. (Indiana University)
Assistant Professor of Speech (1971-1971).


YOST, WILLIAM F., M.D
Clinical Instructor in
(7969-1969).
YOUNG, GERTRUDE M.


. (University
Anesthesiolc


of Tennessee)
)gy/HEP


ARIAN, Ed.D. (Columbia University)


Associate Professor of Education (1957-1957).


YOUNG,
Associa


HAROLD WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


Professor (Associate


Horticulturist) and


Center Director, IFAS, Agricultural Research Center
Monticello (1958-1963).
YOUNG, THOMAS WILBUR, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Horticulturist, IFAS. Agricultural Research and


Educational Center, homestead


YOUNG, MARIAN AMELIA, M.A. i
Librarian, Assistant Chairman, Ca
YOZGATLIOG LU, CUNEYT A., M.D.


(1942-1958).*


SL.S.
talog


(University


Istanbul)
University
(1963-1963


Psychiatrist;


Chief, Clinical Services


YU, SHIH CHENG, Ph.D. (L
Professor of Accounting


VUAN, TZU,


Jniversityof I
(1967-1968).


Iowa)


LIANG, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


Associate Professor (Associate
IFAS, (1955-1964).


ZAHN,


MARCUS,


Technology)
Assistant Prof
ZAM, STEPHEN
California)


Sc.D.


essor o


(Massachusetts Institute of


f Electrical Engineering


III, Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Zool


(University of Southern

'ogy (1966-1971).


ZAUNER, C
University)


Associate


:HRISTIAN


WALTER, Ph.D.


Professor of Profr


and Associate Professor of


(Southern


essional Phy
Medicine (1


Illinois


ZAVIN, SHIRLEY ANNE,


M.A.


Visiting Assistant Professor of Art (1970-7970).


ZEIG LER, VERNON
Clinical Instructo


P., M.D. (University
r in Obstetrics and


GynecologyllHEP (7971-1971).


of Miami)


ZEITLER,


ROBERT G.,


M.D. (Washington


university)
(1966-1971).


ZELAZNY,


LUCIAN


WALTER, Ph


of Virginia)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soil
IFAS (1970-1970).


Polytechnic Institute

Chemist),


Instructor,


Assistant to the


Communications


Professor of Speech and Director of Theatre (1


955-1968).


Professor of Chemistry (1963-1969).


(1934-970)."


Soil Chemist)


(1970-1970).


sical Education
965-1970).


Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


~


Id


te


Ur


.D. (





AND FACULTY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
COUNTY AND HOME ECONOMICS AGENTS
1971-1972


BRODIE, JANE MARIE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I)
Leon County, (1971-1971).
BROWN, NETTIE RUTH, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I11),
St. Johns County (1960-1969).
BURGESS, JANE RANDAL, B.S.H.E.


Extension Home Economics
Jackson County (1954-1969).


Agent (ll),


ALLEN, EDWARD,
Extension Agen
(1960-1969).


M.S.A.
t (Ili), Ornamentals,


ALPHONSE, SANDRA TAYLOR,
Extension Home Economics
(1966-1966).
ALSTON, ARTHUR DEAN, M.Ag
Extension Agent, Agriculture
(1970-1970).
ANDERSON, MAE MILLER, B.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1963-7963).
ANDERSON, MARY ETHEL, B.S.
Extension Home Economics ,
(17969-1972).


ANDREWS, ADAM TUCKER,


Extension Agent (111),
(1954-1970).


ANDREWS, RANCE


M.A


Agricultu


ADAMS,


B.S.A.


Agent (


(1),


BURGESS, RAYMOND HUNTER,


Multi-County,


I), Broward County,


Madison County,


Agent (l),


Madison


Columbia


re, Alach


County Extension Director (11), Hamiltc
(1953-1955).
YERS, ALICE M., M.Ret.
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H
Lake County (1968-1971).


LINDA DARNELL,


Extension Home Economics Agent (I),
(1971-1971).


BAMBURG,


BARMBY


,BRUCE


Extension Agen
Orange County


ALAN, M.S.
t, Ornamentals
(1958-1969).*


ua County,


County Extension Director (HIl),
Hendry County (1962-1969).


M.S.A.


BURTON, JR., THOMAS ROLAND, M.ARr.,
Acting County Extension Director, (I),
Dixie County (1971-1971).
CAMERON, JOSEPHINE MOORE, M.Ag.
Extension Home Economics Aeent ( I),


Polk County (1953-1969).*
CAMPBELL, JOHN DOUGLAS,
County Extension Director (


Dade County (1947-1969).


County


County,


Extension Home Economics Agent (III),
Duval County (1963-1972).
CARD ELL, JEANETTE SMITH, M.S.


CANTY, BESSIE


- -


B.S.A.
'll),


Extension H4
Palm Beach


ome Economics Agent
County (1970-1972).


CARMICHAEL, OTIS EUGENE, M.S.
Extension Agent (II), Ornamentals,
Polk County (1968-1971).


on County


CARR, HORACE MIXON,


County Extension Director (II),


Bay County (
CASTELLO, MA


Santa


Rosa County,


1951-1951).
RY JONES, B.S.


Extension Home Economics


Holmes County, (1970-1


CAUSEY,


Vegetables (III),


JOHN HJALMAR,


970


Agen
).


Extension Agent, Vegetables & S
Palm Beach County(1948-1969).


t-4-H


Cane (Ill),


BASS, BERNICE ODE
County Extension
Glades County (19
BASS, JACK WESLEY,
Extension Agent, hi


BASSETT,


MAMIE GOINS, B.S.H.E.


M.S.A.


THOMAS


LL,


M.S.A.


Director (III).
56-1971).


CHAMPAGNE,
Extension A^
Dade Count
CHANDLER, IS


ROY JEAN, M.S.
rent Poultry (il1),
y (1953-1969).
AAC, JR., B.S.


Extension Agent- Agricultural (I),
Hamilton County (1952-1963).


CLARK, BERNARD HENTZ,


Extension Home Economics Agent (III),
Hillsborough County (1955-1969).*


BEARDEN, JAMES WILLIAM,


BEEM, JEAN,


County Extension


Director (IV),


Hillsborough County (1948-1969).
BELLIZIO, JAMES ERNEST, M.S.
Extension Agent, Horticulture (II),
Collier County (1968-1970).
BENTLEY, DICKI DRESBACH, B.S.
County Extension Home Economics
Cadsden County (1966-1966).


BIR, RICHARD EDWARD,
Extension Agent Orn
Pinellas County (1972-1
BIRREL, AURILLA DRIGGi


M.S.
lamentals (I),
1972).
ERS, B.S.H.E.


nt (11),


BIZETTE, JUSTINE LAMBERT, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H (I),
Dade County (1961-1969).
BOARD, SARAH MOORE, B.S.H.E.


Extension Home Economics
Duval County (1970-1970).


ERICK


M.A.


BOSS, FRED


BRADDOCK,


Agent (I),


B.S.A


Extension Agent Livestock (II),
Gadsden County (1948-1969).
CLARK, ELIZABETH DAVIS, B.S.


Extension Home Economics Agent (II),


Uade


County (1965-1969).


CLARK, KENNETH


- 4-H (I),


AMES, B.S.A.


County Extension Director (III),
Sarasota County (1942-1969).
CLARK, VIRGINIA CARR, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Age
Walton County (1953-1960).*


CLASSON,


Extension Home Economics Agent


Lee County (1959-1969).


CLAY, RALPH THOMAS,


County Extension


Director (IIl),


Putnam County (1949-1969).
COBB, LEONARD CLARENCE, M


County Extension Directo
Levy County (1951-1969).


r (Ill),


COCHRAN, NANNIE MOXLEY, B.S.


Extension Home Economics
Polk County (1971-1971).
COLLINS, LEALA REAVES, B.S.


Agent (II),


Extension Home Economics Agent (Il),
Orange County (1953-1969).


COLLINS, WILLIAM EARL,


HANSEN, M.S.A.


L A t .k f .. Ir 1 A f t J 0 I ,_. .J_ r,


Extension Agent


(I), Livestock,


STAFF


idianf Work (II) (1965-1969).


Extension Agent RAD and Livestock
Suwannee County (1970-1970).


Extension Home Economics Age
Brevard County (1969-1969).


Ex tension Agent, Livestock (11),
Palm Beach County, (1971-1971).


I


JACKSON, M.S.


Agent (II),


B.S.A.


AY


B.S.A.


B.S.A.


B.S.A.


B.S.A.


r .~.


=


1 .J>


DOROTHY JACOBSON. B






STAFF


AND FACULTY


EDWARD JAMES, M.Ag.


County Extension Director (Ull
Escambia County (1955-1959).


COWEN, WILLIAM JOSHUA,


V


County


FLOYD, LESTER C., B.S.
Extension Agent 4-H (I),


Orange


FULMER, JUDSON TODD, M.Ed.
County Extension Director (IS),


B.S.A.


County Extension Director (Il),
Union County (1946-1948).
CREEL, MEREDITH ANN, B.S.H.E.


Suwannee


:onomics Age
(1969-1969).


CREWS, JULIUS PAUL. B.S.A.


County Extension


Suwannee


County (1972-1972).


Nassau


GARDNER, VIRGINIA DICKENS, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (1i),
(1951-1970).


nt 4-H


GAVER,


Director (III)


County (1953-1969).


CUMMINGS, JAMES FREDERICK, M.Ag.


Extension


(1961-1969).


Agent (II), Broward


TIMOTHY PATRICK, B.S.


ulti County,


Citrus (I),


GEORGE, DONALD ATKINSON, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (II), Sumter
GIFFORD, DOROTHY YOUNG, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II),
(1962-1967).


County


County (1957-1966).


Pineltas


Lucie County


County (1954-1960).

Broward County


CUNNINGHAM, DOROTHY C., B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I),
(1966-1966).


Escambia


County


GILL, LOUISE L., B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics
(1968-1968).


Agent (I),


Seminole


County


ROBERT GEORGE, B.S.A.


County Extension Director (lil),
DAIGLE, LOUIS JOHN, M.Ag.


Extensii
(1960-1


on Agent (IllD,
970).


DAVIS


, ROBERT MARION, M


County Extension Director (It


DAVIS, RUNNE
Extension H(
(1968-1972).
DAVIS, SUSAN


Ex tension Agi
(1972-1972L


.TTE HITCHCOCK,


Lee County (1952-1970).


Ornamentals, Dade County


DALTON, JOSEPH DAVID, Ph.D. (University of
Massachusetts)


Soils, Dade


DAVIS, HENRY PITTMAN, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (I),
(1950-1954).


DAVIS,


JOHNNIE


County (1961-1969).

aylor County


Multi-Cou

Multi-Cot

St. Johns C


(1968-1968).

,(1969-1971).


county (1956-1969).


GLASSCOCK,


GLENN,


County Extei
(1944-1972).


GODBOLD, THOMAS


PAUL EDWIN, B.S.


WOODROW WILSON,


MARJORIE BUTLER, B.S.H.E.


nt (1il),


EY, M.Ag.
Vegetables and
1970).


M'


Hillsborough


4.Ag.
lackson


JESSE, B.S.A.


County Extension Director (I1),
GOLDWEBER, SEYMOUR, B.S.


Extension Agent -


GRAY,


EVERETT, M


Washington


County


GREGORY,


Polk County
M.A.


ome Economics Agent (li),


ELEANOR, B.S.
ent- Horticulture (I),


DAWSON, ALBERT DOL
County Extension Dirt
DELLADA, JUDY MARIE,


IGLAS,


B.S.A.


Dade


Manatee


sector (II), Hernando


Extension Economics Agent, Dade
DEMAREE, MICHAELE, M.S.A.


Extension
EVOLL, DA
Extension
LBECK, JA
Extension


Agent 4-H (II), Leon


Agent (I),
MES DAVI
Agent (II),


Vegetables,
D, M.S.
Vegetables


County


(1960


-1969).


County


County


County (1966-7969).


(1970-1970).


(71952-1969).
GRIFFIS, RALEIGH SIDN
Extension Agent (lli),
Beach County (1949-1


GUIDRY, MALCOLM MICHEL, M.S.


Extension Agent,
(1971-1977).


Ornamenta/s &


Fruit Crops


VIRGINIA KELLY, M.S.


County


County


mty (f963-1969).

nunty(till) (1960-1969).

)ward County


Gadsden


Flowers,


4-H (11), Lee


HADDOX, JACKSON ALEXANDER, M.Ag
County Extension Director (Hll), Lake C
HALUSKY, MARILYN JEAN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I).
(1969-1969).


(1971-1971).


Extension Home Economics Agent (1),
County (1970-1970).


county i

Wakull


Marion


Palm


County


(1957-1969).

a County


County


Hillsborough


Pasco County


County Extension Director (1
(1950-1969).


dison


County


Extension Home Economics
(1968-1968).


Agent (),


Alachua County


Agent (Ill),


Duval County


DOWNS, ROBERT DC
Extension Agent -
(1957-1969).


NALD, B.S.A.
Vegetables (11),


Hillsborough County


County Extension Director (I),


Baker


County


(1950-1952).


Pinellas County


County Extension Director
(1948-1969).


(Ill), Highlands


County


BOBBY RAY, B.S.A.
Extension Director (II), Wakulla


County


Director (Ill)


(1961-1968).


Chario


Extension Home Economics Agent (I)
(1970-1970).


tte County


Dade County,


Extension Agent -
(1952-1969).


Vegetables (111),


Dade County


Extension Home Economics
(1970-1970).


Agent (I)


Volusia


County


MORE, ANNIE SUE, M.S.
Extension Home Economics


/4ttf dk 4tlf ilk


Agent (IlL


Washington


County


HAYMAN, JACK CARLTO
County Extension Dire


N, M.Ag.
ctor (lil,


Hardee


County


(11953-1969).


COWEN,


Ex tension Home Ec


Extension Agent-M
(1972-1972).


CURTIS,


Extension Agent (III),


Extension Agent Dairying (ll).
(1957-1969).


County Extension Director (11
(1948-1969).


nsion Director (Ill),


Extension Home Ecoommics (I),
(1972-1972).


Multi-Cc


Brc


Extension Home Economics


County


County (1969-1972).


County Extension Director (lll),


County


Columbia County


I






STAFF


AND FACULTY


HINTON, III, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Ph.D.
Extension Agent-Poultry-Multi County
County (1972-1972).


(I), Hillsborough


MARTIN, BARBARA, M.Ed.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I),
(1971-1971).


HOLMES, MARY ALYCE, M.S.
Extension Home Economics
HOLMES, RUTH ANN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1971-1971).
HOOPFER, LEAH BELLE, B.S.


Agent (I),

Agent (I),


Extension Home Economics Agent (I).
(1969-1969).


Dade


County (1966-1966).


Palm Beach County


Pinellas County


MCBRIDE, MARILYN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1972-1972).


Agent (I),


MCCU LLARS, FORREST NOBLE, B.S.A.
County Extension Director Agricultu
County (1953-1955).


MCNUTT, ROLLIN HARRIS, JR., B.
County Extension Director (III),


S.A.
Manatee


NP, Jackson County


re (11) Indian River


County (1961-1969).


HORNE, MARY JANE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1971-1971).


Agent (I),


HULL, DEARMAND L.R., M.S.
Extension Agent, Ornamentals (I),
(1971-1971).


Escambia County


Palm Beach County


MCREE, JANICE ROWLAND, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I), Suwannee
(1970-1970).


MEADOWS, JEAN ETTE, M.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II),
(1963-1965).


Hernando


County


County


HUNT, RICHARD MICHAEL, B.S.A.
Extension Agent Marketing (11), Dade
HURNER, GEORGE TIMOTHY, JR., B.S.A.
Extension Agent- Citrus (I), Highlands


HUTCH ESON, CLAYTON ELBERT


Agent (I),


Citrus


INGLE, DONA ATKINONN, M.5
Extension Home Economics
(1970-1970).


Mu


M.S.
'lti-Cou


County (1964-1969).


County


(1965-1965).


nty, (1970-1972).


MEDLER, INA SUE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I),
(1971-1971).
MEDLIN, QUENTIN, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (11), Citrus
MILLER, DAMON, M.S.


Extension


Agent (I), Leon


MILLER, JAMES CHARLES, B.S.


County,


(1S


Extension Agent 4-H (II), Madison


Palm Beach County


County (1947-1950).


970-1970

County


IACKSON,


ELIZA MOXLEY, B.S.H.E.


County Extension
(1962-1962).


Home Economics


Agent (Il),


Bay County


MILLER, RUTH ANN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1969-1971).


Agent (II),


Polk County


JACKSON, JOHN LESLIE, JR., M.Ag.
Extension Agent, Citrus Multi-County


SA, FRANK JOSEPH,
County Extension D


JETER, ANN PIERCE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1956-1969).


JONES,


ARLEN CUNNINGHAM, B.S.H.E.


Extension Home Economics Agent (li),


11963-1970).
jONES, DELORIS


MAE,


Extension Home Economics Agent (l),t
(1960-1969).


JONES,


HAROLD CHARLES, M.A


Extension Agent,
JONES, SANDRA RI


Ornamentals (I),


MY, B.S.


Extension Home Economics
(1965-1969).


JORDAN, DONALD FEAGIN, M.A.
County Extension Director (Il1),


JOWERS, HENRY EDGAR, M.S.
Extension Agent 4-H & Agric
(1971-1971).
KEEDY, KATHERINE ROBERTS,
Extension Home Economics
(1971-1971).
KERSEY, ALICE PAGE, M.S.
Extension Agent 4-H (I), F
KNIGHT, JIMMY VERNON, B.S


Extension


Agent (I),


LAIRD, CUBIE REVONIE,


County Extension D
LANDER, DONALD WI
County Extension D
LINDSTROM, ROBERT
Extension Agent 4-H


Agent (Ill),


Collier


(Il), (1968-1971).


County (1957-1969).

~)kaloosa County


"aim Beach County


Madison County


County, (1977-1971).


Duval


Agent (II),


Nassau


County


County (1950-1970).


MONTGOMERY, ROBERT TERRENCE,
Extension Agent-- 4-H (I), Manatee


MOORE, MARY


ALLEN, M.A.T.


Extension Home Economics
(1954-17969).


MOORE, RALPH WILLIAM,
Extension Agent Comr
County (1967-1969).
MORRIS, III, JAMES BUICE,


Extension Agent (I), Holmes
MOSER, JOHN EUGENE, B.S.


Agent (III),


munications


M.S.


County (


Extension Agent- 4-H and Livestock
(1969-1969).
MULLINS, DANIEL EUGENE, M.S.


Orange


& 4-H


1970-1970).


(I) Alachua


Extension Agent, Ornamentals (Il), Escambia
MURARO, RONALD PETER, M.S.


Extension


Agent,


Farm Management (I),


NEWBURY, GEORGE HILDRED,


Flagler


culturee (I),


County


(7961-1970).


Suwannee County,


Extension


Agent (1), Broward


NIX, FERN SULPHIN, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics
(1954-1954).


NORTON, MARTHA BURDINE, M.S.H.E.


Agent (I),


Pinellas County,


Extension Home
(1952-71956).


ODOM,


County


.A.


Manatee County,


M.EXD.


director (111ll),
ILSON, M.A.
director (Ill),


CARL,


M.S.


(I), Duval County, (1971-1971).


LITTLEJOHN, EUNICE MARIE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I), D
(17970-1970).
LOADHOLTZ, JOSPEH LOWELL, M.A.
County Extension Director (ilI), Brevard
LOADHOLTZ, LARRY LEWIS, M.S.


Extension Agent, Ornamentals 4-H
County (1967-1970).
LOTZ, CAROL ANN, B.S.


)uval County,


County


(1961


(1967-1967).


(1970-1970).


ALBERT HILL,


County Extension
(1947-1951).
OSBORN, WILLIAM
County Extension


Liberty


County


(11


OSWALT, THOMAS


Extension A
PARRAMORE,


Economics


M.S.A.


Agent (II),


Director (ll), efferson


DAVID, M.S.


Ag
972


ent (I),
-1972).


WILLIAM,


(Acting

M.S.A.


gent Citrus (I1),
ANN WOOD, B.A.


Extension Home Economics
(1967-1967).
PARRISH, JAMES LLOWELL, B.


Agent (II),


g.


Martin


County


Dade


County (7970-1972).

County (1971-7977).


B.S.A.
County (1970-1970).


County


Director),


S.A.


Extension Agent 4-H (I), Sarasota County
(1972-1972).


-71971).


(Iil), Volusia


Extension Agent--Ornamental
County (71958-1969).
PATTEN, JACK DOWELL, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (Ill
(1955-1969).
PAULK, HARVEY TIMOTHY, M.A


C f. ,, m F-. i-S ,.t'\ C rn nn n .* -rt Anr ..


Hillsborough County


Extension


Agent (I), Lafayette County


B.S.A.
directorr (II), Seminole


(1944-1969).


(1968-1968).


County,


Agent (ll), Santa


Rosa County


County


Culf County (1945-1969).


Polk County


(1963-1969).


Leon County


Horticulture


), Okaloosa


(II), Sarasota


County


Y


r\.-^l


A gll # n


t IJ + ~ ..


^- F f- ,* -.


IlI












ANN VANLANDINGHAM, B.A.


Extension Home Economics
( 1970-1970).


Agent (I),


Clay County


PRICE, RAYBURN KENNETH, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (Ill), Okeechobee County
(1952-1977).
PRYOR, ROBERT SHEPHERD, B.S.


County Extension Director (111),
(1946-1969).


Extension Ag
(1969-1970).
RICHARDSON,


Extension H
(1972-7972)
ROBERTSON,
Extension H


(1954-1969).


ROE. MARY


ES LLOYD, M.Ag.
)sion Director (ill)
ivES EDWARD, M.
ent Citrus (Il),


Extension Agent Beef Cattle (Ill),
(19651969).
JMNER, lAMES DANIEL. B.S.A.


Agent-Livestock (I),


Pasco


FREDERICK, M.S.A.
Director (IV), Orange
.EE MANGRUM, B.S.


Extension Home Economics
County (1969-1969).


E, M.Ag.
Director (II),


(1963-1971).


ome Economics Agent (I), Jefferson County

EDWENA JEANETTE, B.S.H.E.
ome Economics Agent (III), Escambia County


ANN,


Economics


ANDREW, JR.,


Agent (1f), DeSoto


County Extension Director (I),


(1954-1958).
THOMAS, SARAH I
Extension Home
(1954-1969).


County


M.S.A,


Agent-Horticulture (I), Lake


County


ALEXANDER, M.S.


Extension Agent Ornamentals (111),
(1956-1969)*i


ROWAN, CHARLES


EDIS


Agent--4-H


>ON, M.Ag.
& Agricultu


Brevard


County


KYLER, B.S.
Economics


Holmes


Agent (11),


IOMASTON, JAMtb EDSEL, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (III), Walton
(1954-1969).
IOMPSON, ESSIE HOGAN, B.S.H.E.


Extension Home Economics
(9161-1963).


Extension Home
(1957-1957).


Agent (II),


PASCHAL, B.S.


Economics


Agent (II),


County


County


County (1948-1969).


Okaloosa


I County


County


Marion


County


County


Putnam


Taylor


County


County


(1954-1969).*
ROWAN, EDSEL WRIGHT, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (111),
ROZAR, LUTHER LYNSON, M.Ag.
County Extension Director-- A-
(1958-1969).
RUSSELL, JOHN COLEMAN, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (III),
(1952-1970).


SANDERS, KENNETh
County Extension


SATCHER, JOY


WREN,


Marion

gricultu


County


(1950-1969).


re (111), Pasco


Cadsden County


Director (II), DeSoto


I


Extension Economics
(1966-7977).


SCOTT, LEN;
Extension
(1955-196


SHIRAR,


ZY MAURIC
Agent--Beff


MARYLOU


B.S.
Agent (II),


E, M.Ag.
Cattle Multi-cou


WAYMIRE, M.S.


Extension Home Economics Agent--4-H (111),
Palm Beach County (1959-1970).


SIMPSON,


VICTORIA


Extension Home
(1949-17970)


SMITN, CLARA


MAGAZINE, B.S.


Economics


Agent (Il),


Cade County


County


Extension Home Economics
(1956-1956)."


TOWERS, DOROTHY


County


AGNES,


Extension Home Economics Ag
1969-1971).
)WNSEND, IO MARILYNN, B.S.


Extension Home Economics
County (71972-1972).
TOWNSEND, THOMAS RALPh


(1969-1969).


Agent (II),


nt (ll),


Agent


Osceola


Dade County


H


County Extension Director--Agriculture (Ill),


County (1948-7969).
TOWSEND, DALLS BARTON,
Extension Agent--4-H and
County (1965-1970).
VALENTINE, MARIAN BULLAI
Extension Home Economic


B.S.A.
Livestock


3s


Agent (II),


(1954-1969).
VERNON, BETTY MARTIN, B.S.H.E.


Extension Home Economics
(1969-1969).


WADE, WAYNE


Extension


Agent--Beef (11),


Agent (II),


M.EXD.


Hil


(1961-1969).


ANN


Extension Home
(1963-1963).
SMITH, JAMES BLA


County Extension
(71950-7969).


Economics


Agent (II),


Pasco County


B.S.A.


Director (H11),


Osceola County


SMITH, RICHARD HERBERT


WALKER, JAMES HENRY, M.S.A.
Extension Agent-Soils and Ag
County (1949-1970).


WALKER, MARTHA MARIE, B.5
Extension Home Economics
(1970-1970).


highlands


Volusia


Volusia


lsborough


ronomy (II


Agent (I), Leon


County


I), Escambia


County,


Extension Agen
SMITH, WILLIAM


County Extension
(1957-1965).


SOLGER,


DAVID,


ENCE,


t (I), Columbia County
CARLTON, M.Ag.


Director (Il),


Extension Agent Dairying
County, (1962-1970).


SPEARS,


SP


SP


Extension Home


DAN E.,


Extension Agent --
(7972-1972).


EARS,


Farm


JACK JAMES, M.S.


(17970-7970).


Lafayette County


M.Ag.
and Poultry


Management (I),


Polk


Lake County


Iture (I), Santa


LYNN, B.A.


Economics


Agent (Il-Indian


(17972-1972)L


(1966-1969).
WATSON, JAMES NICHOLS, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (IV),
(1946-1971).
WATSON, LEWIS ELBYRNE, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (1i),
(1955-1969).*


WATSON, MARY GLEE, M.S.
Extension Home Economics
(1970-1970).
WEAVER, MARVIN FRANKLIN,


Work


Extension
(7972-197:


WEBB, HELEI


Agent4-h
2).
N PARKS,


DKUVAL


County


Broward County


Agent (I),


Manatee


County


Palm Beach County


, Leon County (1946-1969).
,S.A.
Hillsborough County


Agent-4-H (I),


Extension Home
(1967-1967).


Bradforc


ROSE, JOHN
Extension
(1971-1971


ROSE, SYLVESTER


Extension


re (II1),


Pinellas County


County


Brevard County


), Collier


Lake County


County


Extension Agent--Agricu
County (1965-1969).


County


(I), Escambia

B.S.H.E.


)






STAFF


AND FACULTY


WHIGHAM, NANCY BRIGHTMAN, B.S.H.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I),
(1962-1962).


Pinellas County


B.S.A.


Extension Agent-4-H and Agriculture, (11), Levy
(1966-1971).


WHITE, WYLMA BLODGET, M.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent


(1955-1955).


t (I), Hamilton


WYRICK, JER
Extension


County


YATES,


Extension Home
(1971-1971).


WHITTON, GILBERT MARSHALL, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (11), Pinellas County
(1957-1969).
WHITTY, ROBERT BEZELLE, B.S.A.
County Extension Director-Horticulturist (II),
Martin County (1965-1970).


WILLIAMS, MARJORIE LUDEMAN,
Extension Home Economics Age
(1952-1969).
WILLIAMS, URSULA HICKS, B.S.


Extension Home Economics
(1951-1969).


B.S.H.E.
nt (111),


range


YELVINGTON,
County Exte
(1952-1969)


YOUNG,


IRY ALLEN, M.S.
Agent--4-H (ll),


JAMES RUSSELL, NM
'nsion Director (ll),
.


Extension Home Economics
(1971-1971).


County


Calhoun


County


Volusia


christ


Agent (I),


YOUNG, SUE BETTERSWORTH, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (il),
(1953-1969).


ZORN, WILLIAM CARLTON, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (Il), Santa
(1949-1953).


(1967-1970).


County,


County


Polk County,


Brevard


County


Rosa County


WOMBLE, WILLIAM ROBERT,


DIANE ELIZABETH,


County


Economics Agent (I),


Agent (II),


BECKY EPPERLY,


Gadsden County


L-






STAFF


AND FACULTY


MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY WHO
RETIRED SINCE JULY 1971
AND
THOSE WITH EMERITUS STATUS
AHRANO, ELIZABETH CERMAK-MRS.
Ext. Home Econ. Agent I, IFAS, County Work. (1972)


ATKINS,


CEDRIC DONALD


& EC, Lake Alfred.


BROWN, WOODROW W.,
Professor Emeritus, IFAS,
(1972)
BURTON, CLAUDE C. L.


Medicine,


M.A.G.


(1972)


(University


, Cooperative


of Florida)


Extension


O'QUINN, CLARENCE FENTRESS


County Agent II,


IFAS, County


Work.


(1972).


PAGE, RALPH E., Ph.D. (Syracuse University)


Professor &


Sciences (1971).
PEELER, RUTH B.
Instructor, Education,


PIRENIAN, ZAREH


Associate


.Y. (1972).


of Florida)


M., M.S. (University


of Mathematics (1972).


Yonge Laboratory School.


og, College of Lib


(University


of Piti


raries. (1971).


tsburg)
(1971).


Professor Emeritus


P. K.


PULLAN, VERONICA A.
Instructor, Education,
REYNOLDS, MABEL M.


Service.


Associate Libra


rian, Catal


SASHOFF, STEPHEN P.,


Surgery,


(1971)


Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering


CAKE, EDWIN W., Ph. D. (Cornell University)
Professor Emeritus, IFAS. Agricultural Exoe


Food & Resource Economicis.
AMP, SUSAN C., M.S. (Columi
Associate Professor Emeritus,
Extension Source (1971).


(1972).


Station,


Associate


IFAS, Florida Cooperative


Professor Emeritus, Engineering,


Mechanical. (1972).


Edr,,~tinn'1972


Vice President for Academic Affairs,
(1971).


Academy


ic Affairs.


Assistant Professor Emeritus,
Graphics, (1972).


Engineering,


Engineering


Professor Emeritus,


English,


Arts & Sciences (1972).


SWANSON,


Professor Emeritus of


C., Ph.D. (Cornell University)


Physics


(1971).


Co. Extension Home Econ. Agent III, Institute of Food


Agricultural Sci
Service, County


Agricultural Extension


K., Ph.D. (University of Fl<
Arts & Sciences, Zoology.


WHITE, JOSEPH B., Ph.D. (


Peabody


Dean Emeritus, Education (1972).


College)


Ext. Home Econ. Agent I/1,
Coop. Ext. Service, County


Avenue, DeLand,


Florida.


Volusia


County,


Work, (1971).


Florida


Associate


Professor Emeritus, Engineering


Graphics.


(1972).


Assistant Professor, IFAS, Soil


Science,


(1972).


Ext. Home Econ. Agent II1,
and Agricultural Sciences,
County Work. (1972).


Polk County, Institute
Florida Coop. Ext. Sen


of Food
vice,


WISE,


JACOB HOOPER, Ph.D


Chairman Emeritus of Corn
Speaking, and Writing and


(1964).


. (Peabody College)
prehensive Courses:
Professor Emeritus o


ean & Associate Professor, Div
Education. (1972).


vision of


GAGER, WILLIAM ARKINS, Ph.D. (Peabody College)
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics (1968).


& Sciences,


Sciences &


History, (1972).


Mathematics.


University


(1972).


Associate Professor of Anthropology, Chairman of the
Department of Social Sciences and Associate Curator,


Florida State
CALAWAY, WII
Assistant Pro
November, 1


College,


Museum


(1969-1969)


(Deceased June,


(University of Florida)
itus of Entomology (Deceased


Professor Emeritus, Uni
HETRICK, LAWRENCE A.,
Professor Emeritus, IFA.
JOHNS, ROE L.
Professor of Education,
(1971). 2215 NW2ndA2
IONES, ELISE C.


diversity


College,


Humanities.


State University)
gy & Nematology.


Education, Education


Gainesville,


Florida.


Research Instructor, Business Administration, Bureau of


Economic and Business Research.


(1972.)


(1972).


ATE, CHARLES A., Ed.D. (University of Texas)
Associate Professor of Education (Deceased
1972.


(1972).


October,
JRREN, CF
Professor,
January, 1


FOX, GEORGE


August,


I Medical School)
of Medicine (Deceased


Agricultu
972)


ral Research


of Montreal)


Center-Leesburg,


(Princeton


Universi


Professor Emeritus of English (Deceased April,


IFAS, Count


Professor Emeritus, University
(1972).


Professor, Arts


Professor Emeritus, IFAS,


y Work.
diversity)


(1972).


Physical Sciences.


Zoology,


Virginia
Crops.


Professor (Soil Chemist) and
Agricultural Research Center.


Professor Emeritus
Quincy. Deceased


(1972).


Professor of English


(1972).


Department IFAS (1972).


. (Peabody Colleee)


Associate Professor of Architect


Deceased December,
,UTER, WERNER M., P
Professor Emeritus of


1972.)


i. (Iowa State University)
Center Director, IFAS,


Deceased


May, 1972.
tv of Missouri)


t) IFAS, AREC,

University)
ber, 1972)


Octo


ure (1947-1956).


Professor, IFAS,


Dean Emeritus of Political Science, Arts


Clinical Professor,


(1972).


Professor Emeritus,


Associate Professor, IFAS, Entomology
(1972).


and Nematology.


37100 E. New


Professor Emeritus, Arts


Professor Emeritus, Arts &


Social Sciences &


Reading,
f English


Administration.


1972.)


Associate


College,


(Deceased


& Sciences,


Vegetable


(Plant Pathologisi
November, 1971.


(Deceased


Pharmaceutical Chemist


(1950-1950).'


II


*I* L


1,


I I t*L


no,-,s as...,-, man a


ww... v,...m.,r.v. m.


f


I






General

Information


HISTORICAL NOTE
The University of Florida is
University and land-grant college lo
center of the State. While its begin
days previous to Florida's admission


its fi
not
Mor
lear


a combined state
cated in the northern
nings go back to the
to the Union in 1845,


rst college- the College of Arts and Sciences- did
open until 1853. A few years later the passage of the
rill Act provided lands for state institutions of higher
ning which would promote agriculture, mechanical
and military science, resulting in the beginnings of
College of Agriculture, the College of Engineering,
the Agricultural Experiment Station.


By 1905 there were a half-dozen state-supported
institutions of higher learning in Florida, located in
various parts of the State and struggling for existence. At
that time the Florida Legislature took a step
unprecedented in the history of education in any state by
passing the Buckman Act, which abolished the six State
Colleges and provided for the establishment of two new
institutions, of which the University of Florida was one. It
was established for men, at Gainesville and placed under
the direction of the Board of Control, a body created by


Buckman Act.
resented the sev
I served without
dental expense
947 the Universi


The seven members of the board
en geographical sections of the State,
compensation, except for travel and
incurred in the performance of duty.
ty was made coeducational. The nine-


member Board of Regents replaced the Board of Control
in 1965.


SETTING AND ENVIRONMENT
The University of Florida is located in Gainesville, a
city of approximately 75,000, excluding University of
Florida students. Situated in north central Florida,
midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of
Mexico, the city is known as an agricultural and small
industrial center.
In addition to a moderate climate, Gainesville offers
many other advantages to students of the University. A


golf course is within easy
swimming and boating acco
nearby springs and rivers.
abound in fresh water fish, v
the Gulf of Mexico are with'
seat of Alachua County, th
diversified industrial and far


Practically ever
in the Gainesville
the Presbyterian,


Episcop
Christ
Mission
Church
Assemb


Christi
dentist,
Allia
Latter
)f God


Y


religious
area. Chi


reach of the campus, and
mmodations are available at
The lakes in the vicinity
while the Atlantic Ocean and
in a two hours' drive. As the
e city is the focal point of
ming activities.


denomination


arches that


is represented


are active


Baptist, Lutheran, Metho
ian, Seventh Day Advent
Church of Christ, (
nce, Advent Christian,


Day
,Apo


God, Disciples of Chi
Church of Christ, Unit
these denominations
campus. These include
Student Center), the
Foundation (Methodis
Incarnation (Episcopal


B'nai B'rith Hill
Student Associa
and the Society


el Fo
tion,


o


*dist,


e include
Catholic,


points of the United States, is maintained by Southeastern
Greyhound Lines and Trailways Bus System. Eastern
Airlines serves Gainesville with daily flights with
connections to all parts of the U.S. Shawnee Airlines has
30 daily flights to the state and region.


ORGANIZATION OF THE
UNIVERSITY
GOVERNMENT OF THE
UNIVERSITY
Direct supervision over the University of Florida, its
policies and affairs, is vested in the Board of Regents, a
body composed of nine citizens from different regions of
the statewho are appointed by the Governor for nine-year
terms. University affairs are administered by the
president with the advice and assistance of the
Administrative Council. The legislative body of the
University is the University Senate.


QUARTER SYSTEM
The University of Florida operates on a quarter system.
In a twelve-month year there are four quarters running
from September through August, averaging t6n weeks of
class instruction. Courses are scheduled in such a way
that a student may enter the University at any quarter
and proceed normallythrough an appropriatesequence of
courses. Quarters begin in September, January, March
and June.


UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTION
THE LOWER DIVISION
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE administers all of the
work for the freshman and sophomore years, offering a
program which includes the basic comprehensive courses
in the major areas of knowledge and the courses
prerequisite to the advanced work in the colleges and
schools in the Upper Division.

THE UPPER DIVISION


THE COLLEGE


Institute
curricula
grants th


ist, Church of


:hristian
B'nai


Saints, Church of the Na2
*stolic Church of Christ, Chi
rist, Pentecostal Holiness, I
:arian-Universalists, and sev
maintain chapels adjacent
e St. Augustine Chapel (C
Baptist Student Union,
it Student Center), Chapel
Student Center), Church of
undation (Jewish), the Lu
the Latter Day Saints (Me


f Friends (Ouaker).


and
Israel,


'arene,
Jrch of
United
eral of
to the
atholic
/Vesley
of the
Christ,
theran
)rmon)


All the chapels


of Food
in all of t
e degree of
COLLEGE


OF AGRICULTURE,


a unit of the


and Agricultural Sciences, offers
he major fields of agriculture and
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.


ARCHITECTURE


AND


ARTS offers curricula in architecture, interior design,
landscape architecture, building construction, fine arts,
history of art, crafts, advertising design, art education,
music, music education, and theatre, and confers the
degrees of Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Design,
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Bachelor of Building


TF


struction, Bachelor of Fine Arts,
Bachelor of Music Education.
-E COLLEGE OF ARTS AND


curricula leading
Bachelor of Scienc


e, w


Bachelor of Music


SCIENCES


degrees of Bachelor of A
ith opportunities for special


many science and liberal arts fields. It offers th
in mathematics, biological sciences, physical
cnrnil cri anrc ni 6 m hm ni tit ac rn jr in nth


e
sc
ri


offers
rts and
izing in
courses
:iences,
I.FriC-II2






General

GENERAL INFORMATION


Hills Miller Health


Center


, accepted


its first


students in September, 1972. Since part of the curriculum
will be presented jointly with the College of Medicine, the


admission requirements
schools.
THE COLLEGE OF
elementary and seconds
the degrees of Bachel
Bachelor of Arts in E
inservice Drogram for th


Yonge Laboratoi


ry Schc


are basically the same for both


THE
HEALTH,


COLLEGE
AND R


OF PHYSICAL
RECREATION offers


EDUCATION,
services and


programs through the Departments of Physical Educa-
tion for Men and Women, the Department of Intramural


Athletics


EDUCATION


try
or


school instruct
of Science in


education.


It also


has curricula


on leading to
Education or
provides an


e teachers of the state. The P. K.
)ol, a unit of the College of


Education, enrolls pupils from the kindergarten through
the secondary school. Undergraduateteacher preparation


programs


Professional


and Recreation,


and the


Department


Curriculum. The Department of Professional


Curriculum offers programs leading to undergraduate
degrees in health education, physical education, and


recreation, and graduate


degrees


and health education. Professional


include:
education
agencies,


teachers
, health


of health


in physical education


areas o


education


educators for public


and recreation directors.


f preparation
or physical
or voluntary


are NCATE approved and lead to certification


at pre-school,


elementary,


Florida and twenty-seven other
standards provide the basis for rec


THE COLLEGE


and secondary


states
iprocal


OF ENGINEERING


levels


where NCATE
agreements.


offers


curricula


SPECIAL


INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS


leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Chemical
Engineering, in Civil Engineering, in Electrical Engineer-


in industrial


Engineering
awarded v
Agricultural


neering
Enginee
Science


Engineering,
bachelor of Sci


tn majors
Engineering,


ences


ring,


degree


Information


ences


Ae


and in Mechanical


ence
rospa


Ceramic


, Metallurgical


and Systems


in Engin
ce Eng
tlineerin


eernng is
ineering,
ig, Engi-


Engineering, Nuclear


Engineering. The Bachelor of


is awarded with majors


Sciences,


Nucl ear


Engi


terdisciplinary Engineer
Engineering Technology
ing Technology degree.


THE SCHOOL
CONSERVATION


Agricultural


majors


(with


in Computer and


Environmental Engin


eering


neering Sciences, and In-
ing Studies. The department of


offers


the Bachelor


FOREST


of Engineer-


RESOURCES


AND


is a unit of the Institute of Food and


Sciences.
a variety


The school offers professional
of optional specializations) in


Forestry, Wildlife Ecology and Forest
leading to the degree Bachelor of Science


THE
FESSION!


COLLEGE OF
S. a unit of the


offers curricula leading to a
Medical Technology, a Bachelo
tional Therapy, and a Bacheloi


Therapy. The College also offers


HEALTH


Products
in Forestry.


RELATED


Hillis Miller Health


Bachelor of
r of Science
r of Science


PRO-
Center,


Science in
in Occupa-
in Physical


a curriculum leading to


the degree of Master of Rehabilitation Counseling, and
Master of Occupational Therapy.


COLLEGE


JOURNALISM


AND


COM-


MUNICATIONS offers curricula leading to the degrees of
Bachelor of Science in Journalism, Bachelor of Science in


Advertising,
also offers


and Bachelor of Sci


sequences


ence


in public


journalism and urban affairs


SERVING
ALL COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS


THE DEPARTMENT


organ


for such musical


OF MUSIC has the


izations


Orchestras, Choruses, and GI


in the


following


and Literatu


and (5) Ensemble


areas:


responsibility


as the University Bands,


ee Clubs, and offers courses


(1) Theory


re, (3) Applied Music,


Music.


THE DEPARTMENT


of Music,
(4) Music


OF MILITARY


(2) History
Education.


SCIENCE


offers


the four year program and the two year program of
Army ROTC. Completion of either of these programs by a


student leads to his being comm
branches of the United States


Regular
selected


Army.
senior


(pilot)


issioned in one of the


Army R


training


reserve or


is available for


cadets.


THE DEPARTMENT


four-year


OF NAVAL


a two-year


program


SCIENCE
I of Naval


offers a
ROTC.


Completion of either of these programs by a student leads


to his being commi


ssioned


in the Navy


or the Marine


Corps, at his option. Pilot training is given to selected
males (seniors) who volunteer for Naval Flight Training.


DEPARTMENT


offers men and


women


OF AEROSPACE
students four-year and


STUDIES
two-year


programs in Air Force ROTC. Completion of either of
these officer education programs leads to a commission
In the United States Air Force. Numerous scholarship
ps


are available


in the pr
AFROTC


on a competitive basis to students enrolled


ogram. Pilot training
students electing a pi


given to qualified male
t career in the Air Force.


in Broadcasting. It


relation


s, technical


reporting.


THE COLLEGE OF LAW offers


the d


egree


of Juris Doctor.


profession
in basic


Center,


offers a


Ph.D. degrees


Agriculture,


in Education
of Arts,


of Arts


Master


School.


a unit of the J.


Center
icence


, offers a cu
in Nursing d


eeree.


Hillis


SfltU I C 2- T I


n


,em, n, .,anon...


Master of Building
Administration, Master
,erine. Master of Fine


nnlr.n


. mo.,


q


j







GENERAL INFORMATION


ACADEMIC AFFAIRS


THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS is
the chief academic officer for the University. In this
capacity he supervises the allocation of resources in the
academic areas, the improvement of instruction, the
correlation of instructional activities, the development
and improvement of research activities, the evaluation of
university academic activity, and the establishment of
policywith respect to employment,promotion, and tenure
of the academic staff. In the absence of the President and
Executive Vice President he acts with the authority and
responsibility of the President.


ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS


VICE


:FAIRS is the chii
e is responsible
diversity business
and control of t
sbursing funds
managing campus
maintenance of the


purchase
property


PRESIDENT


ef business officer of
for establishing pol
matters; coordinating
he operating budget;
in accordance with
security, auxiliary se
physical plant and gro


ng, the administrative computer,
control and auditing functions.


ADMINISTRATIVE


the University.
icy relating to
the preparation
collecting and
state statutes;
rvices and the
unds; directing
staff personnel,


INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE UNITS


THE OFFICE OF INSTR
encourages experimentation
directly to the Office of Aca
support for the innovation of
instruction in the colleges
University; assists individual
development of instructional
specific courses; and furnishes
development and use of teac
the analysis and improve
evaluation of student perfo
subdivisions are an audiovisu;
and examination services, and
ment section.
THE OFFICE OF THE REGI
admission and registration of
of academic records, the sche
issuance of transcripts of studio


THE COU
STUDENTS.
requested to
in McCarty F
integrate their
actual condit
information
agricultural pi


NSELOR
Foreign
contact t
Hall. Thi
rAmeric
ions in
to all
problems


UCTIONAL RESOURCES
in teaching. Reporting
demic Affairs, it provides
alternative approaches to
and departments of the
faculty members in the
modules or systems for
Technical assistance in the
hing materials and media,
ent of teaching and the
romance. Its three major
al materials center, testing
I an instructional improve-

STRAR has charge of the
students, the maintenance
during of courses, and the
ent records.


TO FOREIGN AGRICULTURE
students in Agriculture are
he Office of International Programs
s office aids foreign students to
an education more completely with
their homelands and also gives
students interested in foreign
and careers in the tropics.


THE INTERCOLLEGE
DEPARTMENT
OF COMPUTER AND
INFORMATION SCIENCES


During


the last two


decades electronic


information


processing machines with capability many orders of
magnitude beyond their predecessors have come into


the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and Engineering.
Degree programs within other colleges are currently
under study.
Subject areas found within the CIS curricula are
concerned with representations and transformations of
information structures and with theoretical models for
such representations and transformations. In addition the
computer or information scientist is concerned with
systems having the ability to transform information and
the methodologies derived from broad areas of
applications having common structures, processes and
techniques. This prepares the student for a wide range of
careers in the business, industrial, scientific, civic and
academic worlds wherein information flow and analysis is
of critical importance to decision making.
In addition to the degree programs, several service
courses are available for those who need experience in


computer apple
further informs
512 Weil Hall.


ications for proper career preparation. For
ation, contact the CIS department office in


THE CENTER FOR
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
The Center for Latin American Studies is the University
unit responsible for directing or coordinating in-
terdisciplinary instructional and research programs
related to the Latin American area. It is a budgeted unit
within the University and is administered by a Director
immediately responsible to the President.
The Center sponsors conferences, publishes the results
of scholarly research related to Latin America, and
cooperates with other University units in overseas
development and training programs. It offers programs
in Latin American Studies leading to a B.A. or B.S., M.A.
and Ph.D. Certificate in Latin American Studies; also, a
M.A. and Ph.D. Certificate in Latin American
Demography.


DIVISION OF BIOLOGICAL
SCIENCES


The Division of Biological Sciences is organized within
the College of Arts and Sciences to provide coordination
in the biological sciences. The Division, with a staff from


many di
biology,
biology,
biology.
supervise
addition
serves to
in the Un
on both t
is also re
biology
Departm
Biochem


sciplines, has organized faculties in cellular
molecular biology, biophysics, developmental
parasitology, marine biology, and radiation
Each faculty is responsible for developing and
ng a core program in its special area. In
to cross-departmental programs, the Division
coordinate biological science wherever it exists
diversity, and to operate marine research stations
the east and west coasts of Florida. The Division
responsible for handling the general education
program of the University College. The
ents of Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, and
istrv are the units comoosin2 the Division of


Biological Sciences.


STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS


The Universi
exchange and p


ty of
re-prof


Florida
essional


participates in
programs with a


student
number





General

GENERAL INFORMATION


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


The public halls


o'clock


LIBRARY SERVICE


The library


Library


system


c


East and Library


consistss
West,


the Colleges of Architecture


Enginee
Sciences


of two central un
and branch libraries


and Fine


Arts


ring, Law, the Institute of Food and


Hillis


Miller


Health


s, Education,
Agricultural


Center,


Department of Chemistry, and the P.K. Yonge
Laboratory School. In addition, reading room facilities
have been provided for Journalism and Communications,


Physical


dormitory


Education,


Health


and Recreation


and the


areas.


The holdings of the


cataloged


volumes and


libraries
a large


number over 1,550,000
number of uncataloged


documents and newspapers. Many of the materials are in


the form of microfilm and microcards.


collections
Collection,


in the library


system


the Dance-Music-Theatr


Yonge Library of Flo
Rawlings Collection,


typescripts,
distinguish


Writin
other


America


Among the special


are the Rare
e Archives, tl


Book
ie P.K.


rida History, the Marjorie Kinnan


which


(


and memorabilia


ed n


:onsisl
of


ts


ot manuscripts,


one of America's


ovelists, and the Collection


which includes work


literary


papers


sheets,
significant


n and British Authors. In


emphasis has b
holdings for the
especially for the
There are cent
West and Libr,


bibliographies and


oor o


f Library


assistance to


een


Latin i
West


placed


up'


erncan


of Creative


manuscripts, and
it contemporary


recent


years,


special


on strengthening the
Area Studies Program,


Indies and the Caribbean


ers for reference
ary East. The


reference books


West


with lib


service
major


areas.


in both Library
collection of


is located on the first


rarians


every


are open from nine-thirty until


day except Sunday, when they


from one to five o'clock.


Christmas
Museum


school


There


The Museum


is no admission


is frequently used by University


classes.


The research collections are under the


encourage


the scien


are open


is closed on


narge.
and r


care of


public


curators


tific study of the Museum's


holdings. Materials are constantly being added to the
collection both through gifts from friends and as the
result of research activities of the Museum staff. The


archaeological ar
noteworthy. There


birds, mammals,


ethnological


are extensive


mollusks,


reptiles,


invertebrate and vertebrate fossils.


provided for students, staff, and


the collections.
sponsored in t
zoological field
should make a
department.


Research


visiting


and field work


he archaeological,


collections


study coll


sections


amphibians,
Opportunities


scientists


to use


are presently


paleontological and


s. Students interested in th


application to the app


ese specialties


ropriate


teaching


GENERAL STATE AND
UNIVERSITY AGENCIES


VICE is
United


FLORIDA


s the


COOPERATIVE


field arm of the University


States


work relating to


Department of Agriculture


agr


culture


represents the total University
programs of continuing educati
divisions of the Institute of
Sciences at the University of Fl


and home


EXTENSION SER-
of Florida and the


in educational


economics


/ in community-oriented
on. It is one of four major
Food and Agricultural


rnotoaupiicanon services are available. Ine regular
schedule for the central libraries is Monday through
Saturday, 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.; Sunday, 2:00 P.M. to


The lib


ranes


serving


observe a sin
ook, Getting


of Florida
on loan ree


ranes,


various
lar schedc
Around
provides


in 67


tension Servi
counties. Exi


1 Your
helpful


services.


economics
faculty m


agricultural


agents


me economics agents are
se agents work with local
jcational needs. Programs
needs and are designed to


research


States


)rida State
re in 1917
Through i


carries


Museum


respo


operates


was created


act of the


Rivers


as the State


y Museum.
as a center


31 assistant
problems


programs focus
in such areas as


of research


access


agents
of Fk


respective


counties.


ce is giv
such


solve


y life, homemanagement,
safety, household equip-


forward


interpretive


and scientific
control of the


areas


Sciences,


Social


Members


Sciences,


the research
whose staff


of the scientific


state.


Agriculture,


sources


rsities,


these


areas


So I-nnfnc i rtn rrn f l


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homes where individual attention


and personal
Extensive use


and publications.


contacts


in office


is made of radio


Short


is given to problems,
s or by telephone.


, television,


courses,


news stories,


institutes and


con-


ferences are held throughout the state and on the campus


in cooperation with


groups.
The State


University


ricultural


System


and home


of Florida


economics


has been


developing a research and education program on the use
of our marine resources through the Sea Grant program
administered through NOAA in the U. S. Department of


Commerce. The Cooperative


Extension


responsibility for the Marine Advisory


Service


Program


(MAP),


the educational component of this program for the State


University
A recer
University
develop
Extension


It


system .
federal


has made it possible for the


of Florida and Florida
a joint program throu
Service that will make th


the predominantly Black


people
Service.
The


Institute


of Florida through the


A & M University to
gh the Cooperative
ie use of resources of
ion available to the


Cooperative


Extension


development and fund raising


It also serve
Florida Fo
established


es


activities


at the


University.


as the headquarters of the University


undation
to aid


financial support.
THE UNIVERSITY


, Inc., a non-profit


the University


CENTER


in seek

THE A


students, faculty, and the general public by


exhibitions


and perfo


rmances


of the


best w


corporation
:ing private

RTS serves
presenting
torks in the


visual and performing arts.


THE UNIVERSITY


GALLERY


the Architecture and Fine Art!


located on the campus
441). An atrium and a
features of the Gallery


The Gall


facing


is an integral
; complex. The C
south 13th Street


reflecting pool
's distinctive


;allery is
(or U.S.


are two pleasi
architecture sty


ery, with 3000 square feet of display


space,


completely modern, air-conditioned and maintains


varied exh
the year.
University
traditional


uibition schedule


of the visual


The content of exhibitions


Gallery
masters


range
through


arts du


displayed in
e creations


to the latest


experimental works by the modern


minor


OFFICE


responsible for the


program,


including


UNIVERSITY


development of


RELATIONS


total public


relations


visitor reception, cooperating with all


campus agencies and organizations in the pl
implementation of their public relations ac
serving as the University representative
organizations which work with the University
professionally related to a particular school
University Relations coordinates with


planning and
:tivities and
with civic
and are not
or college.


arts of yesterday


creations o


or


for exhibitions
two of the m


exhibition


and today


mental and primitive cu
scheduled. The Gallery


major


exhibitions


avant
alone


and most
garde. The
_ with the


Itures form topics
originates one or


during


shows for approximately a month and the


Gallery's hours are


Sunday


from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. daily


except


when they are 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. The Gallery


closed on Satu
September.


days and holidays and during th


of Art


of Architecture


University,


programs


newspapers,


INFORMATION
city's programs, p
mass communicate
radio, television.


SERVICES


ery a
as well


as one man shows


artists


magazines,


from 1:30 P.M.
Sunday.


is closed Saturdays


division operates


ARTS


an interdisciplinary


Center


erstanding of


programs


related


to the Fine Arts and the


DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS
ty academic units, departments,
er campus-related organizations


integral functions of the


office


works
service


relate their research


and teaching


activities


to the


broader concepts concerned
arts of various world cultures


strengthens


assistin


provide
lating
relate


University


es


existing


addition


nal stimuli


epartmental relations and
and mechanisms for trans-


results of research into more viable forms that


directly


effective lines
undergraduate,


to societal needs.


It also establish
)f able student


es more
s at the


graduate,


Int UIVDIUN IUr ALUMNII rtKVILt) main purpose
is to bring together the organized efforts of alumni in the
promotion of the interests and needs of the University. It
strives to encourage continuous narticination bv alumni


and association for


Alumni


Association


graduates and


University of Florida
it works closely in
dent recruitment and


various a!
WRUF,
RADIO S
5,000 wa
radiated


aspects of
STATE
STATION


tts. W
power


arts.


AND UNIVERSITY OF
operates on 850 KHZ with


KUF-IM operates on
of 27,000 watts. They


103.7


Company and


the University
Networks. WRLU
libraries of any
Associated Press


Football


a power oi
MHZ on a


originate


and Basketball


has one of the largest


station
service.


record


in the country,


ilnn rric Inn


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GENERAL INFORMATION


nationwide reputation which WRUF has achieved for the
developing of some of this country's leading announcers
and radio executives. The various radio curricula in
addition to providing this practical operating experience
require a selection of courses from many of the de-
partments of instruction of the University. The student
is taught an awareness of the social obligations placed on
any medium whose purposes include public entertain-
ment, information, education, and cultural advancement.
He is given the broadest possible background, to the end
that the social implications of radio as a medium for
influencing the public may be recognized and acted upon.
These are important aspects of the program and should
be the beginning of the building of a breadth of viewpoint
on the part of the student which he will continue to
cultivate by reading and study after he has completed the
training program.
WRUF and WRUF-FM employ approximately thirty to
forty students in their operations which give these
students commercial operation experience as WRUF is a
commercial non-tax supported auxiliary of the University
of Florida.
All student persormel used by Stations WRUF and
WRUF-FM are selected and hired on the basis of
necessity on the part of the Stations, and talent, attitude,
scholarship requirements (2.0), fitness for job and future
college program on the part of the students as determined
by personal interviews and/or open auditions with and
for the Station's executive personnel. Open auditions are
announced publicly; however, preference is given those
applying who plan future activity in broadcasting.
WUFT, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA EDUCATION
TELEVISION STATION, operates on Channel 5. It is
affiliated with PBS, the Public Broadcasting Service, the
National Association of Educational Broadcasters, and it
is a unit of the Florida Public Television Network.


WUF
cationa
as man
educati
assist in
broadcast
techniq
Universe
broad;
backgrc


T's function is four-fold: (1) to provide an edu-
l and cultural service to the community so that
ly persons as possible may snare in higher
on and its attendant cultural environment; (2) to
the instructional role of the University through
ist of curricular offerings; (3) to help advance the
ues of teaching through television; (4) to provide
ity students with practical training in television
sting to supplement their broad academic
wund.


WUFT's studio production crews are members of
broadcasting classes or paid student personnel selected
after an internship in studio practices.
RADIO CENTER is a unit that sends informational and
cultural radio programs to stations around the state, that
broadcasts credit course material and that aids in
teaching broadcasting majors in the College of
Journalism and Communications.
The purpose of THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
PRESS is to encourage, publish, and promote original and
scholarly manuscripts which will aid in developing the


University as a
scholarship.
In addition tc
inter-American
general interest
Facsimile Series,
Latin American
University of Flo
Sciences). The
HANDROOn K 0


recognized


center


of research


) its broad range of state, regi<
titles, the Press publishes F
, and six separate series: the F
, the Institute of Gerontology Si
Monographs, (Series Two),
rida Monographs (Humanities a
Press is also the publisher
F IATIN AMFRICAN STlIR IFS


onal,
looks
loridi
series,
and
nd So
of


which ic


The University of Florida Press is a member of the
Association of American University Presses and the
Association of American Publishers.
THE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
provides University-wide leadership and coordination for


continuing education


court


ses and programs.


works with and assists individual cc
and conducting continuing educati
respective areas as well as th
terdisciplinary in nature. Thus, the
University to be responsive to the
educational needs of Florida's citizen
classes, correspondence study c
programs of instruction provide
tunities for more than 53,000 an
also administers the inter-univers
Study Department and designated f
grams such as those provided unde
tion Act of 1965 (P.L. 89-329); and
Secondary Education Act (P.L. 89-
tension Service personnel are uti
oriented programs under Title I of P


I


)lleges in devw
on programs
ose which a
Division enab
varied and ch
ns. Off-campu
courses and
educational


ts staff
eloping
in their
ire in-
les the
ranging
s credit
special
oppor-


nually. The Division
iity Correspondence
federally funded pro-
r: The Higher Educa-
the Elementary and
10). Cooperative Ex-
lized in community
L.L 89-329.


TRAVELING SCHOLAR PROGRAM


state


Traveling
students
activities
The court
Traveling
System M
student's
schools o
the Progr
approval


Univw


Scholar Pi
to take
at any of
se work


ersity System affc
program, an opportu
course work or c
the universities in
taken under the


>rds, under the
Inity for graduate
conduct research


the State
auspices


S


Scholar Program at another university
iill apply for graduate degree credit
home campus. The deans of the gri
f the State universities are the coordinal
am. For details regarding the Program a
to participate in it, students must apply


system.
of the
in the
at the
iduate
tors of
nd for
to the


services provided
investigators in m
trative and repo
sponsored program
the Division, of coi
the principal inves
project nor upon t
the scientific intet


between


jrse
tiga
he r
rit\t


a orincioal in


Designed to relieve the principal
departments of detailed adminis-
g duties connected with some
The duties and responsibilities of
, do not supplant the prerogative of
itor who seeks sponsors for his own
responsibility of the investigator for
y of the project. In direct contacts
ivestieator and a potential sponsor.


dean of the graduate school on their home campus.


ORGANIZED RESEARCH
THE DIVISION OF SPONSORED RESEARCH was
established by an act of the legislature to support and to
foster sponsored research and training as a resource
essential to excellence in education and to provide
maximum service to the State. The Division is a
development arm of the University, coordinating its
efforts closely with the Office of Academic Affairs and
the Graduate School.
All proposals for sponsorship or research, grants-in-aid,
and training grants are approved by the Director.
Negotiations on administrative matters with potential
contracting agencies or sponsors of research and training
projects are carried out by the Division.
The activities of the Division of Sponsored Research are
intended to stimulate growth and to assist in expanding a
balanced research and training program throughout the
University. These activities are intimately related to the
support of the graduate and professional program. The


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general framework of t
procedures of the Univer
THE AGRICULTURAL


Sciences, are
research lead


Florida's
ing and
Dean fo
campus


var


marketing.
r Research


engineering


STATIONS


extensive


to the


improvement


ied agricu
The Statio


Itural produce
)ns are admin


station


Agricultural Research and Education


members of th
ent Stations at
ege of Agricult


Serv


research


organized
phases of


tion, process-


Centers oper-


Agricu


stories


- the two ac
they comprise
body. In many
a research er
academic deo;


close in
teaching
Each
selected


Itural


ure as are some


ice. These three agricultural
work cooperatively in many


divisions of
areas under


Vice President for Agri


Affairs. Wh
objective of
for graduate
graduate tra


Results of the
Stations are DUl


ral research


assistants


are made


and professi


research


is the primary
t Stations, funds


and related


lorida."
and the
tivities
the tw


sciences,


cannot


instances


terlocking
functions.


a series


research p
with special


are inextricabi
be separated


reference
nt to the


y intertwined
functionally;
engineering


a program


relations


of "Speci


al water rr
abatement,


on region


selection,


stream


improvement
these oroiect


of the research and

al EtES Projects" are
o Floridians. Examples


power plant
chnology trans
ten enhanced


agencies,


as from grants


Since


1967,


seven


Station


available to encourage


as well


the College of
have moved into


seven modern


onal scientific


ments,


of the Agri
I scientific


have raised


new


improve-
lueof the


o over $13 million.


monographs,


Sunshine
available


Stat


riment


circulars
e Agric


residents


Station


at Gainesville.
cooperates
i Service in [


I reports and the
Report and are
ut charge upon
f the Agricultural
The Agricultural


research


emination.


Research


Animal


Station


of the University
research faculty


programs.
the teachir


many


These


the students come into daily
With the close relationship th


and research, students


research


contact
it exists


are exposed


mem-


in the classroom.
between teaching


many


engineenn


encompassed


is conducted


lents Agrgcultura engineering, Agron
Science, Botany, Dairy Science, Entomology


Nematology,


Scien


and Resource


ce, School of Forest


Fruit Crops,


Resources


Microbiology, Orr
;y, Poultry Science,
>ps and Veterinary


Economics, Food
and Conservation,


Science.


Station has four units
namely: Editorial. Lil


research
Services


to best serve
agriculture,
Centers are Ic


The Agri


cultural


?e, Dover,
Marianna,


Agricultural


etaDle, tIelO crops,

Research Centers
Monticello, Brool


Research


to its
Field

orida's
and


, soil types and crops.
II fields of a riculture


pastures


r locations,
Ft. Pierce,


Oak, Leesburg,


cultural Research and Education


ons,


are as follows: Homestead,


Quincy


cooperating with th
Station, Brooksville,
cattle and pasture


grams,
in the


a USDA
product
National


Frost


Centers and
Belle Glade,


and Sanford.


college program. Moreover, the undergrads
frequently find employment on research


in a


students


assistants.


The Station


operating


its research
government
ganizations.


receives


even


a small


state.


activities
agencies,


themselves of the finest


of its


The major support of
from contracts with


engineering


ufacturers
research I


stories


fields as microelectronics


circuits;


power


systems;


air and water pc
neutron physics;


and vibrations; communications;


ronics


he College
encourages


cooperate


-gy; ceramics; coastal
soil mechanics; trans-
cs; energy conversion,
electrochemistry; fast


rocket


netics,


systems analysis,


onics gaseous


name


activities


research


members


effect


Station is
e Research


areas


engage


research


ECONOMIC


Research


Weather Service,


Warning


ureau


Service


s Administration. A p
is to provide economic
lorida. A major source


in research and
theirr University

ND BUSINESS


Division


siness


is the


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GENERAL INFORMATION


Bureau


makes
n orga


it possible for teaching professors to


nized


research


and provides


arrangements for university, federal, state, and other


research


government foundations


and individuals.


ning for graduate students.


THE
VICE


PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION ON


is a research, publication, and


the Department of Political


and Sciences.


CLEARING


service


SER-


adjunct of


Science in the College of Arts


It carries on a continuous program of


research on public administration and public
Florida; it publishes research and surveys of g
tal and administrative problems in both sci


c policy in
overnmen-
entific and


popular monograph form. In broad areas of public


and public


service


train


other units of the University.
THE COMMUNICATIONS


THE COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM


TIONS


conducts


research


p


works in cooperation


RESEARCH


AND


in the


broadcasting, advertising, and publ
is housed in Room 400. Stadium.


FLORIDA


CENTER which


Interior
Florida
Water f
sponsor


WATER


policyy
with


6. To assist
sity research
involved.


in coordinating and developing Univer-
programs in which the computer may be


7. To provide machine computations and tabulating
facilities for other educational and research units of
the University.


The Computing Center is primarily
though members of the staff may teach
departments. Thesis work may be ca
Center.


a resea
courses
irried or


rch unit,
in other
n in the


CENTER


COMMUNICA-


news


media


ic opinion. The center


RESOURCES


RESEARCH


is funded by the Department of the


was established


in 1964 at the Unive


rsity of


as the result of the passage of P.L. 88-379 The


r


sources


Research Act of 1964 -


"to stimulate,


provide for, and supplement present programs


for conduct of research


training of


resources


scien


which affect


, investigation, experiments, and


tists in the fields of


water."


watei


Center's


r and of
Director


operates under the general policy guidance of an advisory
committee appointed by the President of the University.


Research


projects


administered


the Center


THE


HILLS MILLER


HEALTH CENTER


THE J.


HILLS


MILLER


University of Florida in


HEALTH


Gainesville


CENTER


at the


is a modern complex


of institutions which advance human health and educate


tomorrow's


lead


rs in the health professions.


It is housed in a building complex which includes the
College of Dentistry, the College of Health Related
Professions, the College of Medicine, the College of
Nursing, the College of Pharmacy and the Shands


Teaching Hospital and Clinics,


modern patient
professionals. A
early planning st


which


is its center for


care and clinical training of new health


College


of Veterinary Medicine


pertaining to the achievement of adequate state wide


water r
quantity


department


!source


management,


water


quality and


water


are being conducted by professors in various
mnts at the University of Florida, and other


colleges and universities in the


State.


Graduate assistants


may be employed on these projects or other acti


the Center.
THE URBAN
CENTER is the
coordinating and
interdisciplinary


AND


REGIONAL


University
encouraging
research in


vities of


DEVELOPMENT


respo


nsible


the development


and of urban


areas,


graduate curriculum and training programs in urban
studies and the establishment of liaison between the


University and urban
Director who is respo


Academic
THE C


performs
ensure


Affairs.
DIVISIONN


the analysis
that availab[


areas.
nsible


It is administered by a
to the Vice President for


PLANNING


AND


ANALYSIS


and does the planning required to


that available


resources


accomplish the goals of the many and


of the Uni


Work
in the


versity of Fl


is carried out b


areas


of campus


be used


diverse


programs


orida at minimum long-range cost.
v the staff and related committees


planning,


budgeting and


space


assignment.


The academic programs of the Health Center prepare
students to understand that tomorrow's health care must
focus on the community in order to achieve the long
range health of man. The programs help them to
understand that health care involves the health team: the


physician;


nurse;


the dentist;


the pharmacist;


persons in health related professions; thecommunity; the
researcher; the educator; the counselor; the body of men
and women who by training together and later by
working together contribute more effectively to a
person's well being.
The health-oriented professions exchange information
within the Health Center, and draw upon the other


resou


rces of


ing of health


Since
Medicine'


the University to further man's understand-
and illness.


the opening of its first
e and Nursing in 19!


units the Colleges of


i6, the Health Center has


become one of the most advanced centers for health


education and


research


in the


Located on the southern
Florida campus the Health C


nation.


of the Uni


enter was


care,


versity of


named for Dr. j.


Hillis Miller, late president of the University whose vision
and determination helped formulate the early planning of
the health complex as an integral part of the University.


The Health


Medical


COMPUTING CENTER


The Computing


services of
computers,


Center


IBM Systems


of the University provides


370/165


and 1401


electronic


563 Calcomp Plotter and other subsidiary


Science


and Clinics,


Center building complex
es Building, the Shands Tea


includes the


teaching Hospital


activated in 1958, the Pharmacy


Wing, opened in 1961, and thejessi
which opened in 1967.


Research


e Ball duPont Building


Project I, a building expansion program to provide
needed facilities for the educational programs of the


functions of the


center


are:


services


for the faculty


A College of D
part of the health
A Veterans Ad


construction


sciences


a rs c c


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GENERAL INFORMATION


INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES


THE INSTITUTE


SCIENCES


agricu


Itural


programs
virtually e


OF FOOD


is the University


research


extend
very con


AND


AGRICULTURAL


of Florida's


and educational


into every county and
nmunity in Florida.


statewide


nization.


reach


have, without question, b
in the development of
agricultural industry. The


research
assisting
people o


een


a major contributing factor


Florida's multi-billion


resources


dollar


of these education


and development programs are comm
all segments of the agricultural industry
f Florida.


fitted to
and the


IFAS


people


The primary


mission


its maximum potential for


of IFAS


is to help Florida


realize


agricultural development, and


to contribute to the solution of many


social,


economic,


environmental and cultural problems of concern to the


people of the


function;
carefully


State.


resident


This is carried out through three


instruction


inter-related to provide


effort for the benefit of Florida


industry. This effort
Agricultural Affairs.


The offices


of the


is guided by

Vice Presider


for Resident Instruction,


located


near the


center


Research


research


extension,


a highly coordinated
- its citizens and its
the Vice President for

Ut as well as the Deans


and Extension


of the campus in


McCarty


Administrative offices of the School of Forest
and Conservation are located in Rolfs Hall.
The resident instruction programs of IFAS,
through the College of Agriculture and the


Forest


Resources


and Conservation,


Resources


conducted
School of


are concerned


educating young men and women for the nation'
and increasingly complex agricultural indus


curriculums


for the different


structured to provide the


basic


science


the ever-cha


specialized a
industry. Ma
academic di
offered in 14


education


nging nt
agriculture,


sisters


degree


apartments,
specialties.


fields


with


sgrownmg
trv. Their


of study


business, technological


necessary


eeds


for graduates


a diverse


as well as related


programs
and doctor


The research programs of IFAS


developing
enable Flori


new or improving exi
day's agricultural indust


to meet


and highly


businesses and


are offered ii
ate programs


are directed toward
sting technology to
ry to become more


efficient and improve its competitive position in relation


to other geographic areas; to impr
and nutrition; and to improve the


well-being of both produce
agricultural commodities and


carried on


state.


at 21 research


Six of these


Education
all three
research a


Getting


adopted in th
off-campus


Centers where
phases of IF,
id extension.


centers


are designated


A


new knowledge di


ie most eft
education


extension function of


knowledge,
economic,


Extension
social, an


fective


ers


*ove


social
and


resources.


consumer


health


and economic
consumers of
This effort is


located throughout the


as Research


special emphasis
6S programs-


is placed on
instruction.


rectly to the people and
manner possible through


programs


is the


primary


Through adoption of


people


d cultural


everchanging and complex 5
administered by the University


improve


well-bein


society.


in our


This program


of Florida in


cooperation


with thevarious Boards of County Commissioners and the


United States Department of Agriculture.
Extension offices in all 67 of Florida's


resources
Florida ar
Florida cil


services


e available
tizens.


Through the
counties, the


of the IFAS and the Univ


to the


The reputation of IFAS,


ersity of


agricultural industry and all


as one of this nation's


primary


sources of agricultural technology for the humid tropics,
has been firmly established. The International Proerams


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General

ADMISSIONS


credit earned, but who have not received a bachelor's


degree. (S
TRANSFER


following
STUDENT


section
TO


ADMISSION


AS A


UNDERGRADUATE


SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES).


3. Graduate
Doctor'sd


Students


egrees.(Seefol


-- candidates for Master's


lowin


gsection,ADMISSION


APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION


Application


Division


for admission to any


of the University


Admissions Section of the


forms


prescribed


and by ft


quite proper to correspond


must


Office of
he dates i


TO GRADUATE SCHOOL).


4. Den


College, School or


be made


to the


the Registrar on the


indicated


with Deans,


Department Chairmen but such contact


office
filing
by tht


rs does n
a formal
dates s;


How to Apply:
e Admissions


University of


lot in


any way


applica tio
ecified.


eliminate the


n in the


An applicants


Floric


Section,
ta asking


and directions for complete


level of
indicate


at the University


that forms are being


a Freshman, Under-graduate


Law, Medical,


or Special


Office


below.


Directors or


with University


necessity for


of the Registrar


houldaddress a


Office


of the


for application
ng applications


request to
Registrar,


forms. Forms
vary with the


and the applicant should


requested ror admission


Transfer,


student, as


Graduate,


tal Students-candidates


for admission


to the


College of Dentistry. (See following section
ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY).


5. Law Students-candidates fo
College of Law. (See following
TO THE COLLEGE OF LAW).
6. Medical Students-candidates


College
ADMISS
7. Special


r admission to the
section, ADMISSION


for admission


n


of Medicine. (See following se
ION TO THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE


to the
action,
).


Students-applicants who do not fall


one of the above categories.
ADMISSION AS A SPECIAL S


8. Transient


(See follow
STUDENT .


Students-applicants who


roll for one term onl


Dental,


case might be.


section.


wish to


y in order to complete


for transfer back to parent institution.


lowing section,
STUDENT).


ADMISSION


AS A TRANSIENT


GENERAL STATEMENT


The University


applicants
groups.


from


encourages
all cultural.


applications


racial


, religion


A brief summary of the general


admission
University


or readmission t


is given


1. A satisfactory
2. Satisfactory
examinations


below:
academy
scores


o any coll

lic record


from qualified
us, and ethnic


requirement


ege or


ts for


division of the


TRAVELING SCHOLAR PROGRAM


The Traveling


students


at State


opportunity to


Scholar Pr
University


take course


ogram


System


affords


graduate


institutions


work or conduct research


activities at any of the other institutions


achievement


3. A satisfactory conduct record
The specific requirements for readmiss
or a different level) of a student previo


the University
REGULATIONS


of Florid
section


INDEX for page number.


a are given in
of this catalog


Course
Scholar


tests


instit


ion


(at the same


usly enrolled at
the STUDENT
g. Consult the


in the


System.


work taken under the auspices of the Traveling
Program at another university in the System will


y for graduate credit at the student's home
ution. The deans of the graduate schools of the State


universities


are the coordinators of the


details regarding the Trav
approval to participate in it,
dean of the graduate school


e


Program. For


*ling Scholar Program and
a student must apply to the


on his home


campus.


The specific
University of Fl


requirements
orida for the 1


for admission


first time


Undergraduate Transfer, Graduate,


to the


as a Freshman,


Dental


, Law, Medi-


cal, or Special student may be found in the appropriate
sections which follow. It should be understood, however,


UNDERGRADUATE
INTERINSTITUTIONAL
REGISTRATION PROGRAM


that minimum requirements are given and that admission


to the Universil
of minimum


ty is a selective
requirements


process. The satisfaction
does not automatically


guarantee admission.
The admission requirements have been arrived at after
a very careful study of the experiences of thousands of


of years.


every


case


Pri


The Undergraduate
oeram enables studio


institutions to take


programs


Interinstitution


ents at


advantage


State Uni
of special


al Registration


versity


System


resources


available on another campus in the System


not available at their home


institution


offerings, research opportunities,
overseas study programs, and libra


, e.g., special


unique


course


laboratories


sections.


Course


Interinstitution


of Florida. These


of factors


indicate


successful completion of University of Florida
The University Admissions Committee is I


institution. A student mi
ticipate in the Program
who will initiate a visiting


work.


recom-
is own


arrangement


agency


ering


Admissions


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ADMISSIONS


by your doctor and return to the University Physician.
Your report of physical examination should be received


counselors before deciding whether
admission to the University of Florida.


to apply


by the University Ph
your planned date of


lysician,


at least


2 weeks prior to


entrance.


B. Requirements for admission--Non-Florida Students.


Because


a limited entering freshman class,


small number of highly qualified students from states


ADMISSION AS A FRESHMAN


(APPLICANTS


COLLEGE)


When


considered for the


WHO


HAVE


to Apply:


NEVER


ATTENDED


No application will


Freshman Class more than one year in


advance of the date on which entrance is sought. The
time to apply is the early part of the senior year in
Secondary School. Priority in admission will be given to
qualified applicants whose applications are received in
the Admissions Office prior to March 1st for admission to
the September class. Applications for the September class
received after March 1st will be considered on a "space


available"


basis


The deadlines for


applications for other terms are listed
Calendar.


Admission of students is


in the


on a selective


receipt of
University


basis.


availability of community junior colleges and other state
universities in Florida has caused the Board of Regents to


assign to the University of Fl


orida


a role in the total


state


system of higher education which demands that the
entering Freshman Class be limited in number. Such


limitation


upper
since


does not prevent students from attending the


division and professional sch


universities


attend


junior


ools of the University


colleges


or other


and, if qualified, subsequently transfer to the


University's upper di


rules printed


vision


elsewhere in t


The requirements for ad


designated
potential
greatest li


3 to give
on the I


prior


elihood of


colleges in
his Catalog.
mission set


accordance


forth below


ity to those applicants whose
of their record indicates the


success


maximum benefits from the University


at the Uni


versity


and the obtaining of


College


program


of Florida.


other than Florida may be admitted.


requirements for consideration


as for


Florida students


except


The minimum


are essentially the


same


that priority in admission


will be given to those applicants who present scores of at
least 500 on each section of the Scholastic Aptitude Test of


the College Entrance Examination Board


demic


average


OTHER


e of "B" or better.


an aca-


INFORMATION OF


INTEREST TO PROSPECTIVE


FRESHMEN APPLICANTS
Candidates' Reply Date. Applicants accepted for
admission to the September freshman class must indicate


their enrollment plans


within 30 days after acceptance.


Advance Housing Payment. Entering Freshmen are
required to make a housing deposit within 30 days after
acceptance as an indication of their plans to enroll. The


housing
refundable


deposit, less a $10.00 service charge, is
e until May 1st for applicants accepted for


admission to the September freshman class.
Admission with Advanced Standing. The U
Florida is a participant in the Advanced


university or
Placement


Program and in the College Level Examination Program
(CLEP) of the College Entrance Examination Board.
Under the Advanced Placement Program a student


entering th
examination


e University


offers


as evidence of compile


course taken in high


exami


a nationally graded
*tion of a college level


school. Depending on the results of


nation, the student may


credit for courses


covermn


receive


g similar material


University


or exemption


A. Requirements for admission


For consideration


a student must


Florida students


meet


the following


minimums:


1. Graduation from an


2. Twelve a
Language,
Studies).


3. A "C"


4. A


score


academic


average


u


accrn
nits


Mathematics


in academic


edited
(such


secondary


as Enj


Science,


school.


glish, Foreign
and Social


courses.


in the top 40 percent (total


score


the Florida Twelfth Grade Tests.


5. A record of good conduct. Major or


difficulty


with school or other authorities


an applicant
qualifications.


A s
factor


student's


ineligible


total hi


h school


in determining whether he


admission. Not onl


y his grades


e of 300) on

continuing
Smay make


rdless of his academic


record


is a significant


will be selected for


and his


scores on the


from such courses without credit. Under the College
Level Examination Program, the University grants credit


for satisfactory
CLEP General


scores


in each of the


five areas of the


Examinations. For further information


please contact the Coordinator of Advanced Standing
Credit in the Office of the Dean of the University College.
Early Decision for Superior Students. Students with
superior secondary school records (academic average at
least 3.5) and Junior year high school SAT test scores
(approximately 600 each on the verbal and mathematics


sections)


may apply for early decision. The student must


certify that this


only application and this


statement


must be supported by the signatures of his parents and
appropriate school official. The completed application


must be
student


received


must


University
payment, by


by November 1 and, if


his commitment
accompanied
r,1.


make


of Florida,
December


admitted, the


to attend


by his


housi


Florida Twelfth Grade Test, but the educational objective


and pattern of courses taken in high school,


school's recommendation,


successfully
University o


Composi
University


meeting


te pictures
of Florida


and the personal


rank in class,


records


Admission. Students


consider


trance prior to graduation from high
vised to seriously discuss this matter v


are


acting a student's potential for
the academic standards of the


otf recent tresl
indicate that


and school


guidance


ng college en-
school are ad-


vith their


parent


cou nselors.


in an


classes


percent score between 380-495 on the Florida Twelfth


following


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General

ADMISSIONS


Entrance Examination Board


Grade


or the Florida Twelfth


Placement Test.


4. A letter of recommendation from the student's high


school


principal


5. Results of perso


or guidance


director.


nal interviews


members of the Admissions


In view of the Board


of Regents


entering freshmen class,


students h
University


lave


been


of Florida.


participant in tl
College Level


College


programs,


approved for early


However,


Advanced


Examination


Entrance


Placement
Program s


Examination


at least three


Committee.
limitation on


satistying


degree


semester hours (96 q
from or through a jun


the quantitative
degree.


requirements.


subscribes to


State


Universities


agreement, any
ic junior college


e University


student


program


more


than 64


quarter hours) of credit transferred


ior coll


requirements


ege may be applied toward


a University


A. FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGE


the size of


small number of
admission to the


the University


Program
sponsored


Under


Board.


a student may receive


basis of satisfactory


is a


and the
by the


(This


transfer


section


directly from


with the Associate


fIt I


parallel program. t
and undergraduate


or upper


these


credit on the


scores achieved on


concerning


these


programs,


please contact the Coordinator of Advanced Standing


Credit in the


Dean's


admission


university


College.


division


consult Section


The University of Florid
Agreement between the


Junior Colleges of Florida. U
graduate of a State approved Fl
is eligible for admission to th


university


received


egree


the Associate


in Arts


has been awarded on the basis of the following:


ONLY to
a Florida


of Florida


GRADUATES


students


public


in Arts degree


\lI other
transfer
colleges


seei


unior


in a un


college


I>


1. At least
academic
basic reat


semester hours (90 quarter
k exclusive of occupational


2. An approved general


courses


educationn courses;
ucation program o


(APPLICANTS


AMOUNT
CREDIT
STUDENT


ANY COL-


WHO HA
UNIVERSE TY


OF T
EARNED,


AE SPENT IN AT-
ARE CONSIDERED


semester
3. A grade


(54 quarter hours);


average


of at least 2.0


on a 4.0 system


level academic courses


NOTE: All applicants for admission to the University
Florida must present scores on an acceptable gene


college


Associate


Arts degree, this information is required for counseling
and research purposes only and the score achieved on the


not be used
, the required t


by the Admissions Office


roval. Please


given


as a criterion


before


can be


see item 4 Satisfactory test


scores in the following section tor ntormation concerning
acceptable tests.


in the


space and fi
the above


courses


year.


In this section are listed th
admission of undergraduate


be observed,
UNIVERSITY
SATISFYING


transfer


however, that AC
S A SELECTIVE


mitati


requirements


considered for admission at the junior
Division college. Such students may bi
additional ore-Drofessional courses noi


I requirements for
students. It should
MISSION TO THE
PROCESS AND


college.


level


*ho have
will be


to an Upper


However, such courses will not reduce the
dits required in the UDDer Division for a


degree.
B. TRANSFER APPLICANTS OTHER THAN GRADUATES


DOES


quotas
Transfer


NOT GUARANTEE


ACCEPTANCE. Attention


some


because
applica


requirements will


University have
of limitations
nts who meet


be referred to


enrollment


space


the selection committee


section


from


Associate
program


to student,
ic junior


in Arts degree in a
and to all undergraduate


from other colleges


s seeking
college


to transfer


university
transfer a


or universities.)


within the


to the General


for admission
ist have been


as a beginning


Freshman.


organization of the


University
nivicinn


University for an
(Lower Divisior


of the


University of Florida as a beginning Freshman
to be considered for admission to the University


s a a t a n s fer


cortinn


ADMISSION


r mou .... ,- ,


AS A


king to
college
iversitv


junior


B which followsJ


applicants from fou
and universities s


icants
r-year
should


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ADMISSIONS


ry record. An applicant must have an


average of "C" or high
of Florida) on all wor
previously attended. N
until complete official
undergraduate work
Admissions Office. A
furnished from each ii
length of attendance
supplementary transcri
are available, for any
application. Since an av
for graduation from th
has failed to maintain t
is not eligible for adm
earned, courses comp
reasonably parallel the
Florida.
4. Satisfactory test sc


er (as computed by the University
k attempted at each institution
o application can be considered
transcripts of all the applicant's
are in the possession of the
kn official transcript must be
institution attended regardless of
e or credit earned. Official


pts are required, as soon as
work completed after m<
erage of "C" or higher is req
e University of Florida, one
his average at another institl
mission. Regardless of the av4
leted at other institutions
curriculum at the Universi


:ores.


they
king
uired
who
ution
rage
must
ty of


An applicant must present


satisfactory scores on an acceptable general ability test.
Any of the following tests may satisfy this test
requirement. If taken prior to first enrollment in college,
the Florida Twelfth Grade Placement Test, the Scholastic
Aptitude Test (SAT) of the College Entrance Examination
Board, or the American College Testing Program (ACT)
will be considered. Otherwise, the applicant should
furnish scores on the School and College Ability Test,
College Level (SCAT). The minimum acceptable score on
these tests will vary with the amount and quality of


acade


mic study the applicant


to transfer.


will have completed prior


5. Satisfactory conduct record. An applicant must
present a satisfactory conduct record. Regardless of
other qualifications, an applicant who has experienced
serious or continuing difficulty with school or other
authorities because of improper conduct may find his
application disapproved.
II. Requirements for admission to an Upper Division
College.
With the exception of item 1, an applicant for admission
to an Upper Division College must satisfy the
requirements listed above for admission to the University
College. In addition, the following requirements mustalso
be satisfied:
1. Advanced Standing credit. An applicant must present
a minimum of 64 semester hours (or 96 quarter hours) of
acceptable college courses, not more than four semester
hours of which are in Military Science and/or basic
required Physical Education, as credit for advanced
standing.
2. Specific course requirements. An applicant must
present the courses listed as required for admission by
the Upper Division college of his choice, or acceptable
substitutes, as part of the courses offered for advanced


standing credit. (See appropriate
catalog). Upon recommendation
college, an applicant lacking som
requirements may be permitted t
and complete them if he meets all
admission, however, such Lower D
reduce the number of credits r
Division for a degree.


college section of this
by the Upper Division
e of the specific course
o enroll in that college
other requirements for
divisionn courses will not
required in the Upper


ADMI SION TO THF


3. Satisfacto


All foreign students whose n.


making
of the I
TOEFL
Each a
Testing


application
University of
(Testing of
applicant is
Service,


for admissic
Florida mu
: English a
asked to v
Princeton,


native tongue is not English
on to the Graduate School
st present their scores on
is a Foreign Language).
vrite TOEFL Educational
New Jersey, U.S.A.,


requesting a Bulletil of Information and registration
form. It is important to remember that final
consideration can not be granted a foreign student's
application for admission until his scores on this test are
received by: Admission Section, Office of The Registrar,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A.
U


Undergraduate Record- L
Graduate School is depend en
baccalaureate degree from
curriculum with an average o
years. In some units of the G
more advanced levels I
undergraduate average con.
required.In some units admiss
an undergraduate average
graduate admission select
account not only the gene
distribution of work and t
preparation for the graduate
proposes to undertake.


Unqualified admission to the
t upon the presentation of a
an accredited college or
f B for the junior and senior
graduate School and on the
3f graduate study, an
siderably above B may be
;ion may be considered with
slightly below B. College
on committees take into
al grade average, but the
he quality and extent of
program which the student


While the general admissions requirements described
above apply to both master's and doctoral candidates, it
should be noted that doctoral candidates must meet
certain additional requirements which vary according to
the programs established by the departments and
colleges. Furthermore, it is desirable for students
planning to enter certain colleges and departments to
have a reading knowledge of one foreign language.
Graduate Record Examination A satisfactory
average score on the Graduate Record Examination is
required for admission. Each applicant for admission
must submit scores on the aptitude test of the GRE, but
either at the request of the department concerned or on
his own volition, the applicant is encouraged to submit in
addition the score on one or more advanced subject-
matter test of the GRE. The scores on all tests taken will
be weighed in regard to admission.
T Do ic antn clv timot a Uar2 in flrtnh*r


that applications be made well in advance of this final
date,
Application for admission to the Graduate School must
be made to the Admissions Section, Office of the
Registrar on forms supplied by that office and at the
times stipulated in the University Calendar. Applications
which meet minimum standards for admission are
referred to the graduate selection committees of the
various colleges and divisions for approval or disap-
proval.
No application will be considered unless the complete
official transcripts of all the applicant's undergraduate
and graduate work are in the possession of the
Admissions Section and no transcript will be accepted as
official unless it is received directly from the Registrar of
the institution in which the work was done. Official
supplementary transcripts are required, as soon as they
are available, for any work completed after making
application.
In general, no student who is a graduate of a non-
accredited institution will be considered for graduate
study in any unit of the University.






General

ADMISSIONS


examination. Hence, it


f scholastic


is necessary


to apply for the


GRE in early September for admission in January, in
early December for admission in March, in early January


for admission in June,


Other


will be


for which


application must be made in November and May but the


listed


above


admission


THE COLLEGE OF


ADMISSION TO


DENTISTRY
When to Apply:


form may be obtained from the Office


College of Dentistry. After
Initial Application forms b


promising


cants


additional Formal Application requesting


sent


information not


included on the Initial Application. The completed initial
Application form should be returned directly to the Office


a preprofessional


of Admissions. The
committee evaluation


not be necessary until the Formal Application
materials should be submitted as early as poss


later than November 15, of
The College of Dentistry


year.


aspires


various


is filed. All
ible, but no


programs.


achievement, moral


character,


and motivation are expected of the applicant. The student


mu


supplemented by


because


of


mastered by the dentist. The highly personal relat


ionship


n a position
intellectual
A broad


The minimum acceptable score on the Law School


Admission Test required for admission


varies


with the


total grade point average achieved by the applicant


college


on all


work attempted by the applicant prior to the


receipt of the bachelor's


point
Score


average,


degree.


the higher the Law S


must be to qualify for admi


(including present and


students)
Assembly


must


Service


transcripts from each


register


The lower the grade
school Admission Test


ssion. All


former University


applicants
of Florida


with the Law School


(LSDAS)


Data


requesting


institution of higher education


attended. For more detailed information on admission


the College of Law,


mission


of Admissions,


Catalog.
Advanced


Standing


please


S


admission to the College


see the College


see the College of Law


For information


Lith advanced


standing


students :
of Law v


of Law Catalog.


ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE


important that


possible


during


Because t
e College


he number
of Medicine


of places ir
e is limited


a candidate make application


the Summer


preceding his intended date of


Personal


qualities


responsibility


of high


maturity


requirements for admission.


demonstrated


bachelor's


of the


degre


academic


superior


.e is strongly
background,


or' Fall


as e.


a1


n the
, it is
rlv as


of the


entry.


order
- are


- character,


primary


The student must have


intellectual


achievement.


recommended.


The quality


as well as the performance


of the student in relation to the load attempted, will be


weighed. A genuine interest i
important. Efficient methods of
powers of reasoning are essential.


representation c
in the student


an active


The College


3tn men ana women. A lmniiea
students, in proportion to the
y as a whole, may be admitted.
IPPe of thirty rarely will be


considered.


or are in


academically
:al school will


eligibletoco


students


will be considered provided (1)


icants


receive


strongest
of Dentistry.


given


'1' average
consideration


strong consideration.
Dental Admission T4


school, and (2) the school he is n
member of the Association of America


eges.
who
two-


year


period.


scores


is given


three


review


ssion


interviews
anged for


Admissions C
s Committee


will be


Admissions Test by the spring
of the application. A personal
for final acceptance.
Graduate students who anr


degree


sciences


(See also more
Dentistry bulletin.


description


in the


more


description


College


I -.


in September.


and in


ones


examinations


deadlines.


early March for admission


are given


are correlated


The Initial Application for Adm


Committee,


careful screening of the
the Dental Admissions


submission of


or letters of recommendation will


the highest
standards o


caliber into its


When to Apply:
st year class of th


of dentistry


to attract students of


order


between


st possess a high basic aptitude
an academic preparation of the highest
the vast area of science which must be


However, qualified
fulfilling the degree


and effective


centers.


interview


I


I


I


I


1 I (


t







ADMISSIONS


the term he wishes to enter, in order to allow time for
additional evidence to be presented if it should be
requested by the Admissions Committee.
Special students may be admitted to thevarious schools


and colleges of the Upper Division only by approve
University Admissions Committee. Each case
considered on an individual basis. Applicatic
admission as a special student must include: (1)
of previouseducational experience (high school or


transcripts); (2)
be pursued; (3)


I statement as to
brief statement o


for selecting a special program oth
(4) satisfactory evidence of ability t
- for example, a student to enro
for some technical courses and v
do so by reason of employment
(5) satisfactory scores on such a
tests as may be prescribed in in
University Admissions Committee.


ADMISSION AS A


al of the
will be
fns for
records
college


the type of studies to
f the reason or reasons
ier than a regular one;
o pursue these studies
II as a sDecial student


vho feels
or other
ability or
dividual


qualified to
experience;
achievement
cases by the


TRANSIENT


STUDENT


When to Apply: Applicati<
least two months in advance<
after the deadline date for ti
University Calendar published
should clearly indicate on al
Admissions Office that enroll
is being requested.


ons should be submitted at
e and will not be accepted
he term as indicated in the
d in this catalog. Applicants
I correspondence with the
ment as a transient student


certification to the Selective Service System if the student
has submitted his selective service number according to
Selective Service System regulations. The Selective
Service System will also be notified when the student is


no longer enrolled or is not eligible
has completed requirements for his
Inquiries relating to Social Securit
directed to the student's local Social
Office of the Registrar will submit en
issued by the Social Security Admini
eligible to receive educational bene
Security Act, providing the student
quarter hours or more.


e to continue and/or
degree.
y Benefits should be
Security Office. The
irollment certificates
istration for students
fits under the Social


registers


for twelve


A full time load for VA or Social Security benefits is
twelve hours per quarter.

ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR
FOREIGN STUDENTS
All foreign students whose native tongue is not English
making application for admission to the University of
Florida must present their scores on TOEFL (Test of
English as a Foreign Language). Each applicant is asked
to write TOEFL, Educational resting Service, Princeton,
New Jersey, U.S.A., requesting a Bulletin of Information
and registration form. It is important to remember that
final consideration cannot be granted a foreign student's
application for admission until his scores on this test are
received by: Admission Section, Office of the Registrar,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 32601, U.S.A.


Subject to availability of faculty, space and facilities,
regular undergraduate student in good standing
another accredited collegiate institution may t
permitted to enroll at the University of Florida for or
term only as a transient student in order to complex
work to be transferred back to the parent institution
Each applicant will be required to furnish a statement
good standing from the institution currently attended. N
evaluation will be made of work previously completed I
the student. It is the applicant's responsibility to secul
such approval as may be required by the pare'
institution.
Enrollment as a transient student in no way implii
future admission as a regular student to the University
Florida.


lo

re
nt


ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION,
SELECTIVE SERVICE, AND
SOCIAL SECURITY
The University of Florida is approved for the education
and training of veterans under all public laws now in
effect, i.e., Chapter 31, Title 38, U.S. Code (Disabled
Veterans), Chapter 34, Title 38, U.S. Code (Cold-War G.I.
Bill), and Chapter 35, Title 38, U.S. Code (Children of
Deceased or Disabled Veterans). Students who may be
eligible for educational benefits under any Veterans
Administration program are urged to contact the local
Veterans Administration representative or the Veterans
Administration Regional Office, P.O. Box 1437, St.
Petersburg, Florida, well in advance of the date of their


registration. Stu
one of these pr
0lnn r.f - *L-.: A-


dents expecting to re<
programs must file wit
^-,-*:ll:rn n( ~:.l:


ce
h
:0=


ive benef
the Offic


its under
:e of the
j, .rr. .


i


1






General

EXPENSES


Expenses


1. The


spouse


of any person who


eligible for classification
likewise entitled to classify


assifiedt


or is


as an in-state student


ication


as an in-state student.


2. A r
forces
orders


APPLICATION FEE


Each application for admission to the University must


be accompanied I
Application fees are
will be found in the


an application


fee of $15.00.


are nonrefundable. Further instructions


Admissions


section of this


catalog.


iinor


whose


parent


and stationed in this


is a member of the armed


state


pursuant to military


is entitled to classification as an in-statestudent.


The student, while in continuous attendance, shall not


lose his


residence


transferred on military


forces of


military


the United


when


(


orders.
States s


parent


is thereafter


A member of the armed


tatio


ned in this


state


orders shall be entitled to classification


in-state student while


GENERAL


pursuant to such


on active


in this


orders.


STUDENTS SHOULD E
OTHER THAN PERSONAL
IMMEDIATE NEEDS. Perso
for the exact amount of fee


BRING


n


SUFFICIENT


CHECKS,
al checks


*s.


CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS--


FUNDS,


TO MEET THEIR
will be accepted


3. No person


over the age of 21


to have gained residence
educational institution in this


student,


as such status


Regents, in the absence of a clear
he has established domicile in the


4. Any


person


who remains


years
while
State


shall be


deemed


attending
as a full


is defined by the Board of
demonstration that
State.


in this


State


when his


FLORIDA OR NON


For the purpose of
shall be classified as


student


-FLORIDA


assessing registration fees, students
Florida and non-Florida. A Florida


is a person who shall have resided and had his


domicile in the


State


of Florida for


months immediately preceding the
the current term.


In applying


this policy


admitted to the institution


snail mean
her person.


The word
attained the


have not been


parents, pare


"minor" shall
ape of 21 and


"student" s
)n. If such p
nt, or legal


mean
whose


removed by reason


at least twelve (12)


of classes of


lean


a person


is a minor, it
ian of his or


first day


hall rr
erson
guard


a person who has not


disabilities


of minority


marriage


parent, having theretofore been domiciled in this State,


removes tro
classification
attendance at


n this State, shall
as a Florida student,


a school


or schools


continuous. Attendance at


a scho


be entitled


so long


as his


in this State shall be
ol or schools in this


State shall be deemed "continuous" if the person
claiming continuous attendance has been enrolled at a


school


or schools


in this State


such term is defined by the


normal


academic


appropriate po


as a fulltime


student,


Board of Regents,


in each calendar


rtion or portions of


year, o


such years,


r the


thereof


since the beginning of the period for which continuous
attendance is claimed. Such persons need not attend


summer
normal


sessions
academic


their intersessions


beyond the


in order to render attendance


court of competent jurisdiction.
The word "domicile" for fee-paying


denot
place


e a person's
of habitation


"continuous."


purposes


true, fixed, and permanent home and


n1.


It is the place


where


he intends to


remain, and to which he expects to return when he leaves


without intending to e
The word "parent"


mother; or if on
parent having cu
custodian of his
custodian.


establish
shall r


one parent has
custody; or if
his person, the


In all applications


a new domicile elsewhere.


nean a
custody


if there


minor's


father;


of his person, the


isag


or leg
or leg


students as citizens


a minor


Any student granted


status


is based


status


as a Florida


on a sworn statement


upon a determination


disciplinary


sanctions


which


of such falsity, be


student which


is false


subject to such


as may be imposed


president of the university, which


sanctions


permanent expulsion from the State Un


lesser


diversity


ly include
System or


penalty.


ng categories


shall be treated


residents


with twenty
service, inc


years


d States
or more


of America
of active
members c


move


citizen,


for citizens,


make


ry, secondary,


student


contracts


University System


ssification prior to the


spouses


residence


are in


to reclassification.


However,


for fee-


a student must


Registrar's


provisions of


-. 1 a I


Residence


I


* I


be
Ap
wi


* 11 1


STUDENTS
OTHER THAN


____





r







EXPENSES


REGISTRATION AND
INSTRUCTIONAL FEES


The University Calendar appearing at the front of this
catalog sets forth the beginning and ending dates of each


quarter.
THE F
PROPOSED
CATALOG
ADVANCE
ALWAYS P4


EFFORT
FOR


FOLLOWING
ED AT THIS
S MUST BE


POSSIBLE
SCHEDU


r WILL
ANY


AND


CHARGES


HOWEVER,


A PART-TIME FLORIDA
credit hours or less, will pa


STUDENT, enrolled for eight
y, per quarter, a fee of $20 per


credit hour. He will not be entitled to Student Activity
Infirmary privileges.


A PART-TIME NON-FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled for


eight credit hours or less will pay, per
$47 per credit hour ($20 Registration plu


Fee). He will not be


SINCE


PUBLISHED CONSIDERABLY IN


EFFECTIVE


DATE


TO ANTICIPATE CHANGES AND


SCHEDULE


BE MADE
QUARTER


MAY


REVISED.


TO PUBLICIZE
N ADVANCE


REGISTRATION DATE FOR THAT QUARTER.


Fees are


payable on the d


ates listed in the Univers


Florida Calendar appearing at the front of the Catalog or
the dates shown on statements sent those participating in


Advance


station. Payment of


is an integral part
ration includingn


of the registration process. Registration (including
payment of fees) must be completed on or before the
proper due date. Student Accounts, The Hub, must be


provided a properly


executed


authorization for payment


EVERY


CHANGES


Infirmary pri

STUDENTS


vileges.

ENROLLED


COLLEGE


will pay, per quarter,


a fee of


s $27 Non-Florida


entitled to Student Activity


IN THE M.D. PROGRAM OF


OF MEDICINE


AND


D.M.D.


PROGRAM OF THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY.


A FLORIDA STUDENT


payable


in three


September, January and March.
A NON-FLORIDA STUDENT


per year payable in three


will pay a fee of $1,050 per
installments of $350 each in


pay a fee of $2,250


installments


September, January and March.


The fees shown


regularly


are due and payable


scheduled registration periods


shown above. See the Univ
this catalog for applicable (


of $750


le during the
in the months


ersity Calendar at the front of


in cases
approved


where


fees are to be paid by


oan, scholarship,


published on the calendar.


Part-time Students


ject to


received


a previously


etc., prior to the deadline
All payments for Full and


after the due date


are sub-


a $25.00 Late


Fees charged ar
udent as Florida


Time,


are based on the classification of a


or Non-Florida, Full-Time


or Part-


Graduate, Post-Baccalaureate, or Undergraduate.


1. Students w


juniors,
will be


seniors,
assessed


2. Students who


the College
registration i


'ho register


hor reg
or in a


as freshmen


, sophomores,


fifth-year baccalaureate program


the undergraduate registration


register


of Law will


in the Graduat4
be assessed


e School or in
the graduate


3. Post-baccalaureate students, unless registered in the


Graduate School, will be


registration
Unless
include fe


otherwise


assessed


noted, the


*es for Matriculation, Student


Student Activities,


FEES ARE


the undergraduate


fees for each quarter


Health


Services,


and a general Building


ASSESSED AS


FOLLOWS:


UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS


A FULL-TIME


STUDENT
which he


hours


more)


FLORIDA


will pay a fee of $190 for each quarter for
is enrolled.*


A FULL-TIME
STUDENT will pal


(nine hours or more) NON-FLORIDA
y fees of $540 for each quarter for which


is enrolled ($190 Registration plus


Non-Flo


Fee).*


A PART-TIME FLORIDA STUDENT,


credit hours or less


enrolled for eight


, will pay, per quarter, a fee of $16 per


credit hour. He will not be entitled to Student Activity or


Infirm


ary privileges.


A PART-TIME NON-FLORIDA STUDENT


eight credit hours or less
$43 per credit hour ($16


will pay, per quarter


($16 plus


will not be entitled to Student
ileges.


GRADUATE


STUDENTS


AND


enrolled for


a fee of


$27 Non-Florida Fee). He
Activity of Infirmary priv-


STUDENTS


ENROLLED


For further information see the catalogs


of Medicine


and College of Dentistry.


of the College


SPECIAL FEES AND CHARGES


Audit Fee.
audit court


Fee. A regularly enrolled full-time student may
nurses without payment of an additional fee.
nust pay fees of $16 or $20 per credit hour,


depending


on classification. Auditors'


be obtained in the


permit forms may


Office of the Registrar


payable at Student Accounts, The Hub.


College


Level


Examination


Program.


Fees


Examinations


administered on campus during the third week of each
month. Applications should becompleted in the Office of


Instructional Resources, 408


first day of the month in which


fee for one general


examination


Seagle


Building before the


a test is


to be taken. The


is $15, for two or more,


$25. Subject examinations are $15 each. Checks should be
made payable to College Entrance Examination Board.


Graduate


Record


Exami


nation.


the Graduate Record Examination
mission to the Graduate School.


the cost of this


The Aptitude T


is required for ad-


A fee of $9.50


covers


examination. Students who take one of


the Advanced Tests of the Graduate Record Examina-


tion in combination


$19.00. These


Service,


*Full-time


with the Aptitude Test


a fee of


are payable to the Educational Test-


, Princeton, New
for VA or Social


(12) hours per quarter.


Graduate
wishing to


School


Foreign


to be certified


Jersey 08540.


Security benefits

Language Test. Ai
as proficient in


knowledge of French, German, Ru
take the Educational Testing SE


School Foreign Language T
cost of each examination.


Educati
08540.


Testing


Service;


Kusslan,
Service


is twelve


All students
a reading


or Spanish, must
(ETS) Graduate


A fee of $10


covers


fee is payable to the


Princeton


New


Jersey,


Library Binding Charge. Candidates for a graduate
degree with a thesis or dissertation pay an $8.00 charge
for the permanent binding of the two copies deposited in


IN THE COLLEGE OF LAW


A r i| I r* l r I . .. \ ri ,r, r


SCHEDULE


r


will pay, per quarter


student


Others must pay


1


Iy






General

EXPENSES


PREPAYMENTS-UNIVERSITY
HOUSING


ESTIMATED QUARTERLY AND
ANNUAL EXPENSES


Beginning freshmen
automatically when adm


receive
mission is


housing
approved.


contracts


required to prepay rent for the first quarter at that time.
This rental prepayment is refundable under certain
conditions as set forth in the housing contract.
Applications for assignment to University housing
facilities for single students other than beginning
freshmen or for married students must be accompanied
by a payment of $10.00. This payment is nonrefundable. It
will be credited against the first rental payment.


REFUND OF FEES


Fees will be refunded under certain conditions


at Students


Accounts,


The Hub,


presentation


upon


Registration Status form, issued by the Registrar and the
current Certificate of Registration.


Based upon information


within
estimate
students


received


from several


sources


the University, the following figures are an
e of expenses for full-time undergraduate Florida
s not enrolled in the Colleges of Medicine or


Dentistry :


QUARTER


FEES
BOOKS
HOUSING
FOOD
TRAVEL
LAUNDRY
PERSONAL


$190.00
70.00
175.00
250.00
45.00
35.00
60.00

$825.00


TOTAL


NOTE: Out-of-state u
$350.00 per quarterly
vear estimate.


undergraduate students
estimate and $1050.00


THREE
QUARTERS
$570.00
210.00
525.00
750.00
135.00
105.00
180.00

$2475.00
should add
to academic


No refund will be made under this
proper application.


policy except upon


A full refund of tuition, registration and


fees will be made if


University


or if his


a student


registration


instructional


withdraws from the


is cancelled


by the


University on or before the final day for adding courses
and for changing sections.
A full refund of tuition, registration and instructional
fees, less $43.00, will be made if withdrawal was due to


involuntary


call to


active


death of the student.


Except


militia


service or due to the


as noted above, no refund will be made


student withdraws after the final day for


and for changing


medical
student's


reasons,


sections


Illness


if the


adding courses


unless withdrawal


must be


is for


confirmed by the


physician. A pro-rated reimbursement of


will be made to students who withdraw for medical


reasons


according to the following


schedule:


Through the final
and changing se
Through Friday of
classes.......


day for adding courses
actionss . . . . . . . . .100%
the 2nd week of
....... .............. ... 75%O/


Through Friday of the 3rd week of
classes ......................
Through Friday of the 4th week of
classes . . . . . . . . . . .


No pro-rated medical refunds
Friday of the 4th week of cl


...... .. .50%

. . . . .... .. 25%


will be made
asses.


Commensurate refunds to part-time students shall


consist only of amou nts which


incidental


were


revenue.


collected for credit to


Deductions will be made from refunds


accounts


the University.


for unpaid


PAST DUE
STUDENT ACCOUNTS


l lA stu d ent


arrl ntsc


'IS III L4 II C t J I


are due and oavable


at Student








STUDENT AFFAIRS


Student Affairs


within University housing facilities,


students wherever they


include


married


are housed.


The Office


also has a function


nal relations


Student Government and theStudent Senate in particular.


The
respond


information
sibilities and


IS


which
functions


which students,


follows
of the


describes the
various offices


charged with assistance to students at the University of
Florida. Additional information beyond that contained in
this catalog may be found in the following handbooks: the
Florida Handbook-- an orientation handbook for all new


students;
regulation


tration have found essential


Regulations--


faculty, and the adminis-
to define and protect the


The Dean for Student Development is th


contact for information and


groupsand indivi


concerning


e first point


assistance for interested


duals outside the University


students.


The Assistant


services


Dean for Minority Affairs


for disadvantaged and minority


University. These


academic a
and general


services


include tu


dvisement, counseling
guidance.


onquestions


students


touring,
financial


many
at the


referrals


assistance,


rights


of all members of the University


community; The


Married Student a directory and guide for married
students and theirfamilies; and the Minority Handbook--
special programs for minority students and directory of


offices, administrators, and organize;
interested in minority affairs.


itions


especially


An Assistant


student
including
distance iI


Dean for


assistant
tutoring
nformatioi


Veteran


veterans,
referrals


Affairs, with the


provides
counseling


many


aid of


services,


financial


general guidance.


OFFICE FOR STUDENT CONDUCT


VICE PRESIDENT FOR
STUDENT AFFAIRS


Matters affecting the Univ


The Office for Student Conduct has the


respo


nsibilit


for coordination of efforts to enforce the Code of Student
Conduct and such additional duties as the Vice President


experience


of students


outside the classroom and laboratory and not directly


connected with the students' formal


academic programs


for Student Affairs


tion and


presentation


conduct to various


may request--including


of alleged
ine bodies.


violations


Sinvestiga-
of student


are the concerns of the


Affairs. His office


Vice President for Student


as liaison


office and other administrative


between the President's


units


as they deal with


students and student government.
The Vice President for Student Affairs


responsibility for developing and


programs tc
responsibility


all students.


executing
le shall


for all non-academic


except Student Health,
of such programs.


helping


shall have
orientation


services


regardless of the campus location


DIVISION OF HOUSING


The Director of Housing


coordinates


halls, t
Housing
Student


programs


apartment


administers,


and operations


villages,


Office. Heworks cooperative


Development


as mentioned


a


supervises, and
in the residence


and the Off-Campus


with
above.


ithe


Dean


GENERAL INFORMATION


The Vice President for Student Affairs works toward
providing a climate that is favorable to the spirit of
serious inquiry, and is concerned with the maintenance
and continuing improvement of good communications
and working relationships among and between students,


faculty, and administrative ui
President for Student Affairs


assist a
parents
concern


student,


or sponsors


individu.
in finding


to them, or to


nits. The


offices


in Tigert Hall
als or groups


of the


All Freshman and Sophomoreswho apply


to the University will


approval
made by


ho


are open to
, and their


a solution to problems of


receive


suggestions for


improvement of current policies and procedures. All


students are encouraged to


meet the challe


share in the responsibility for
)ur University community to


of the


times.


been


of admission.


receive


Housing


for ad


mission


Agreements upon


No application for Housing


Freshmen or Sophomores.


All other students must initiate their arrangements for
)using either by (1) applying to the Office of tl


Direc
Facility
housi


tor of Housing for assi
:ies, or (2) obtaining


n


gnment to University H


accommodations


g. (See Off-Campus Housing


in


he


housing
private


Section).


All correspondenceconcerning application
sity Housing should be addressed to the
Housing. University of Florida. Gainesville


sforUniv
Director
(32601).


residence nanl space
and Sophomores may


ion for


admission to


made. Prospective
as possible because


the University


ts are urged to a
housing demand.


Roommate


with his


assistants,


social


>pment has overall
fare of all students.
ovides an office for
ent in all aspects of
is given to academic,
when necessary the


individuals


requests


wishi


applications on me same
desire to room together on
and are within similar acad'


ALL SINGLE FRESH
ENTS (MEN AND


?e consi
together


if the
their
e their


their respective applications,


em


ic classifications.


HMAN AND
WOMEN) anr


lrrtl IE 1 Ji "tlJInJr-IIIt wiui


MORE STU-
red to live in
exceptions will


arp married commute.


Student Rights, Responsibilities,


F


I r it l |1 I 1l


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General

STUDENT AFFAIRS


single student housing are for the Agreement Year of four
quarters (September to August), if the student is
enrolled.


HOUSING ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
ORGANIZATION University residence
been designed and organized to emph
importance of the individual student in small
groups. Each hall provides opportunities for 1
informal educational programs, together with
recreational activities. Many residents find the
center of their out-of-class interests. What yo
depends largely upon your own contribution tU
your hall. Programs and activities vary from I
and from year to year, since they are based on
and interests of the students themselves.
STAFF In all residence halls or house
professionally trained administrators, couns
advisers, and part-time resident assistants
qualified to assist with group and individual a<


well as
resident
assistant
and gui
SELF-
halls a
organize
in their
Officers
councils
standard
particip


halls have
iasize the
-size living
formal and
social and
eir hall the
)u will find
3 the life of
hall to hall
the needs

sing areas,
elors, hall
are well
:tivities, as


with matters of personal concern to student
ts. In each living unit (floor or section), resident
ts and student leaders provide group leadership
dance.
GOVERNMENT- All students in the residence
Ire automatically entitled to participate in
national activities which can play a significant part
educational, cultural, social, and recreational life.
and representatives are elected to hall and area
s which govern group activities and establish
ds for group living. There is full opportunity for
ation in the procedures of democratic self-


government and for living under the principles of the
Honor Code.
in all residence halls, an annual activity fee of $3.00 to
$5.00 is collected and controlled by the hall organization
to meet expenses of activities and programs.
ROOM FURNISHINGS Rooms are equipped with
mattresses, mattress pads, waste baskets, desks, chairs,


closets, chest-of-drawers a
are encouraged to obtain
bedspreads, rugs, and de
University.
LINEN SERVICE- All s
halls are furnished a basi
included in the room rent.
sheets, one pillowcase, an
linens or additional items
desk lamps may be rented
TELEPHONE SERVICE
available in all of the
telephone provides 24 hou


the Gainesville
billed monthly
Telephone Cor
company. The I
is included in tl
RENTAL REF
available in sorry
in the quarter
individual refr
refrigerators ai
must make the


area. Charges


nd venetian blinds. Residents
i their own drapes, pictures,
?sk lamps after arrival at the

students assigned to residence
c linen service. The charge is
This service entitles you to two
d three towels per week. Extra
such as blankets, pillows, and
at a nominal cost.
-- Room telephones are
residence halls. Each room
r service on campus andwithin


for long distance calls are


to the room phone by the Southern Bell
npany and residents pay directly to the
)asic cost for local room telephone service


room rent.
IGERATORS Refrigerator
residence areas and the cost i
rate. Students may bring
erators to any residence
not permanently installed.
own arrangements for instal


s will be
s included
their own
area that
Students
lation and


removal of private refrigerators.
SWIMMING POOLS Swimming pools are located
adjacent to the Graham Area and the Yulee Area and are
I. ,; I ,1 1 .. -; -.. _. -_ A ^r j -. i


limited number of single rooms is available. In several of
the residence halls for men and women are suites for two
students. Each suite consists of two connected rooms:
one, a bedroom; the other, a study room.
Beaty Towers, Hume Hall, Graham Area, Tolbert Area,
and Yon Hall are totally air-conditioned. Other residence
halls, where student rooms are not air-conditioned,
provide centrally located air-conditioned study and
recreation rooms.
Residence halls for single students are organized in five
residential areas:
1. Broward/Rawlings Area (coeducational): The


Broward complex houses 626 women students,
Rawlings complex accommodates 350 men
Although student rooms are not air condition
facilities which are air conditioned include mair
libraries, recreation rooms, television rooms, c
and a sundry shop. Each floor has a community
and a study room.
2. Graham/Hume/Tolbert Area (coedu
This residence area houses a combined total of a


while the
students.
ed, public
i lounges,
:afeterias,
bathroom

icational):
bout 2100


students. Men and women live in different buildings or in
opposite wings separated by a central lobby and
administrative offices. Each floor has community
bathrooms and study rooms and all facilities are air
conditioned. Central public facilities include main
lobbies, libraries, recreation rooms, television rooms,


cafeteria, and snack bar. All student rooms


3. Jennin
nings/Yulee
Men and we
wings of on
public lobb
rooms are a
facilities and
floor permi
conditioned
libraries, rec


are doubles.


gs/Yulee Area (coeducational): The Jen-
Residence Area houses about 950 students.
imen live in separate buildings or in opposite
e building, separated by a central office and
y. Non-air conditioned single and double
available and each floor has community bath
i a study room. Community kitchens on each
t students to prepare their own meals. Air


public facilil
eation rooms


4. MURPHREE AREA
Thomas, Sledd, Fletcher


located in this


two
roo
divii
front
in s


t on the
largest I
single,
ns are
ded into
i16to60
separate


area.


University
giving area
double,
equipped
separate
) students
sections.


Iney
y of
for


F
al


ties include main I
and television rooms.
(coeducational): Mi
and Buckman Halls
were the first reside
lorida campus and re
bout 1300 students. S


ounges,

urphree,
are all
ice halls
;present
uites for


and triple rooms are available. All
with lavatories. These halls are
, vertical sections, accommodating
each. Men and women students live
There is a bath on each floor. A


Rathskeller is also located within the area.
Yon Hall, also located in the Murphree Area, provides
housing for 214 men students within the East stands of
Florida Field. Yon is completely air-conditioned and has
study rooms, a recreation room, and a television room.
Most student rooms are doubles with a few singles and
triples. Yon Hall is assigned to men on athletic
scholarships.
5. BEATY TOWERS (coeducational, upperclass and
graduate students only): Each Tower, one for women and
one for men, accommodates approximately 400 students.
These buildings are entirely air-conditioned and carpeted
with a unique suite arrangement on each floor that
virtually eliminates traffic past suite doors. All student
rooms are suites for four including a study-kitchenette.
The commons building has a social room, library and
sundry shop.
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ly
iyg
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ir


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STUDENT AFFAIRS


as defined by his college


continue to make normal progress toward
determined by the head of his college c


minimum of 9 credit hours is required f
undergraduate student).
The married student must be a part of


or school and


a degree as
,r school. (A
r a full-time

a family unit,


defined as husband and wife with or without oneor more
children,ordivorced orwidowedpersonswith dependent
children.
The married, widowed or divorced student must be part


a family with


a combined


gross


annual


income


(including grants-in-aid, scholarships, fellowships and
grants) which does not exceed, during the period of


occupancy, the fo


2 persons
$6,970.00


Ilowing maximum
3 & 4 persons
$8,070.00


income limitations:


5 & 6


persons


$9,220.00


O


Single students (Freshmen and Sophomores) who are
subject to the on-campus residence requirements should
not make any commitments for off-campus housing until


they have obtained permission for off-campus


residence.


FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES


Sixteen


sororities


twenty-six


fraternities


chapters at the University of Florida. Thirteen


in sorority


houses,


in Murphree


sororities


two live in apartments, and one


Residence


Area.


Fourteen


fraternities maintain chapter houses on Fraternity


(west


campus) and


(along 13th


resides


Street


eleven
and U


maintain off


university


campus houses


Avenue),


in an off campus accommodation.


student regulations


fraternity


houses.


are in effect for all


and one
University


sorority


Since
relatively


with a
above
except


on-campus
v low-cost h


combined


scale


apartments are intended to provide
housing for married students, a family


gross


annual income in


excess of the


cannot apply for or occupy an apartment


in unusual


circumstances.


Exceptions may be


granted only by the Committee on Student Housing.


COOPERATIVE LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
There are four different cooperative living


the Univ


of Florida.


One of


these groups


on campus in Reid Hall and the other three
"off" campus.


groups at
is located


are located


Among thequalifications for membership are scholastic


Residents in all


dishes, r
an extra


CORRY


villages must furnish their


curtains, or other


expense


except in Universi


AND SCHUCHT


own linens,


similar items. Utilities


ty Village.


MEMORIAL


VILLAGES, of


ability


reference


character.


cooperative living groups are specifically op
for students with limited financial means
the University.


erated


These
by and


for attending


modern brick, concrete,and wood construction, contain


almost an
apartments,
Village only


equipment in the


number of


one and two-bedroom


with a few three-bedroom units in Corry


These apartments


are furnished with basic


living room, kitchen, dining


area,


one bedroom. Applications for the three-bedroom units
may be made only by current residents.


DIAMOND


apartments


MEMORIAL


similar


VILLAGE


in construction,


consists
furnishin


equipment to those in Corry and Schucht Villages.


features


include a community
?d study-meeting room,


of 208
gs, and
Special


Inquiries pertaining to cooperative living may
to the Director of Student Housing, University c


The coope
the Reid H.
Collegiate


eorgia
orida


Se
Stu


rative living organic
all Co-op, Campus,
Living Organization
agle Hall, 1002 W. U


Id


ent Housing


House, 1227 S. W. 4th


nationss


currently


University


, 1420 N.
university


be made
}f Florida.
include:


of Florida; the
V. 1st Avenue;


Avenue;


and the


and Scholarship Foundation


Avenue.


and a study


include


stove


refrigerator.


in clea


concerning mhe
and admission red
coordinatess closely


students for


States


? corresponds
various edu<


admission


visa.


It assists


with


foreign


arranges tor
in providing
new foreign


(32601).


records


uses,


rooming


agencies
available.


The office


serves,


financial


by counseling


assistance


action, as a continuous service center for foreign students


extensive
s, trailers,


in solv
liaison
helping


of whatever


with academic


services


coun


selors


This office


referral. This


list


contained in the


ensive


record


several


insofar
them.


as f


foreign
promote


program
exchange.


Adviser imple
nts of justice,


students and faculty


es


an active
assistance


regu-


State


community relations
and cross-cultural


owners.


Since mutu
arranged only
mntrfPnrPc U


satisfactory


The Office for Student Financial


Affairs functions


a raturawrL as as r r


ful time student


f


n^ttirrac act


Srmrmyttn


ant i -


rn


a/ tr


rn


aranscrants


ianuntrurr anal


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General

STUDENT AFFAIRS


every


case an attempt


is made to


suggest


between self-support, parental help and
loans, grants and scholarships. In order to a


applicants or
participates


an equitable
in the Collee


the Univers


Scholarship


t a balance
institutional


assess


ity of


Service


need of
Florida
of the


College Entrance Examination Board. Inquiries or
applications for student financial aid and scholarship
awards should be addressed to the Director of Student
Financial Affairs.


The Center


is the central student Career Planning and


Placement Agency for the Uni


versity. It functions


as an


integral part of the total educational process of the


Universe
maintain


ity of Florida. It is responsible for developing and
ning communication channels for the student to


faculty and staff, other educational institutions, business,


industry and government
interests relating to c


so that student needs and


areer


preparation


interpreted, planned and implemented.


can


All financial aid, i.e.,


employment,


is awarded


scholars


hips, loans,


as a "package"


nts, and


in response to


In sum, the


Career


concerned with those


Planning
aspects


and Placement Center is
of student development


application submitted between November 1 and Feb-


ruary 28 each
after February


cants


since


While


applications


, aid is rarely available


federal and


state


appropriatic


exhausted by those who apply during


plication


are accepted
for late appli-
)ns are usually
he regular ap-


dates.


which deal


means a
available


with his finding an optimum career.


ssisting
to him


the student tc
- within the


)


use all the


resources


educational community


and, in the larger context, the general community


preparing


himself for effective membership in


society.


1. SERVICE TO STUDENTS


rships


Scholarships
within fund lim
the basis of


are available


stations. A
academic


in limited numbers and


wards are
excellent


given to applicants on
ice, good character,


leadership and financial need. Additional awards


made by donors who select the recipient directly.


Hence,


students are urged to consult the resources of their home
community, civic clubs, service organizations, and county
educators.


Employment
Employment


a. Career Orien
student become a
opportunities that


station and Development help the


ware
exist


of the many and varied


in


career


the workday world including


their requirements and changing nature.
b. Career Placement- assist the student or alumnus in


achieving
the full r;


i


his career objective by making known to him
nge of employment opportunity and assisting


him to present himself effectively


c. Career


as a candidate.


Related Student Employment


student into summer or cooperative work


is available to students on


basis while in school.


applic
goals.
from 5


seel


Every


effort


a part-time


made to direct


ts to positions that will forward their educational
general, first quarter freshmen are discouraged
king employment until they establish themselves


academically. However, if the
work, then he should make an


for Student Financial


Affairs.


Loans


Loans a
(including
programs)
students


re available ii
University


should


i two forms:
of Florida,


(1) long-term loans


Federal,


and State


small, emergency short-term loans.


seek


a short-term


loan without


repayment plan that does not depend on the approval of


university
Grants


ong-


term loan.


Grants using federal funds ai
limitations) to those students


freshman feels he must


application at the


Office


a part


an occupational


development program.
2. RELATIONS WITH EMPLOYERS


Provide professio


- direct


experiences as


orientation


career


nal assistanceand facilities which


enable the employer to select
employment needs.


candidates to meet


3. RELATIONS WITH THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY


Achieve


a partnership which permits administration


and faculty to make their fullest contribution to good
placement while minimizing their involvement in the


routine mechanics


of placement.


4. GENERAL ACTIVITIES


a. Resource


where


students


Library


information on employers,


re awarded (within fund


whose


financial


need


qualifies them for consideration. Applications are not


made for a


t as such, but awardees are selected from


submitted during


above.


in recognition


of student life.


grants;


the student financial aid applications


the regular application dates
Awards


Awards
exception
In some


are made


shown


to students


al achievement in


instances


or keys.


various fields


are cash


job markets and


reference


identification, selection


b. Financial


Developme


materials from corporations
research funds and unrest
and donations of materials


purposes.
c. Public Relations prepare


bulletins re
activities fo
newspapers


*lating to Car
>r distribution


eer


- provide


alumni


a resource


can find


library


up-to-date


vocations, training programs,
e material on all phases of


and planning


for careers.


?nt solicit money and
in the form of scholarships,
icted grants to departments
and equipment for teaching


articles and information


Planni


ig and Placement
media, radio. TV.


groups
Career


role of


Career


advice and guidance in r
contacts.
Students and alumni


is a means or nei
rough assistance i
eling in planning
tional objectives,


surveys


degree


studies, placement
and other areas as


i, its services ana functions.


Schola


. . . . . . . . .


I


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STUDENT AFFAIRS


immunizations


WAYNE REITZ UNION


The I.
campus


Wayne
activities.


and a varied


Reitz Union


The provision of facilities,


program of activities


of the University


"community"


purpose of the Union. The Union
of Managers, consisting of eight


members.


During


1967,


of eight students and


the J.


Wayne


was opened. Among the facilities an


music
Crafts
library
tennis.


listening
Center,
, a game
Public t


r


rooms,


is the official


available
serves
is govern


to


a


center of
services,
II persons


as the basic
ed by a Board
nd six faculty


Reitz Union building
d services offered are


two art gallery
rahic dark re


photographic c
area for bowl


areas,
)oms,


Arts and
browsing


billiards and table


telephones, information desk, passenger
d bulletin boards, display cases, barber


shop, Union Store,


talent and band file.


an auditorium and conference and


available


for all University


are available for official


organize


guests of


A large ballroom,


meeting roo
tions. Guest


the University,


ims


rooms
guests


of students, faculty, staff, and alumni.


are required


University.
A student transferring


Florida's


state


university


before


ration at


from another University


system


may


have his


record transferred from that school provided h


enrolled there
transfer.


within three quarters of


health


e has been
e time of


SPEECH AND HEARING CLINICS


The Division of Speech eath-
Department of Speech, offers serve
any University student who has


disorder. This


assistance


the year and therapy s<
schedules. The student


and to take


and Sciences


advantage


olog)
,ices
a s;


is available at


?ssions5


/ and Audiology,
without charge to
)eech or hearing
t any time during
to individual


are adjusted


is encouraged


of this


service


to visit the clinics
in room 436 Arts


Building.


READING AND STUDY


TheReitzUnior
facilities and di


The Reitz
facilities a
restaurant-
for small,


hundred pt
Ofpartic
the Univers
the third f
offices and


Union offers a complete range of food service


nd dining.


A cafeteria


and snack


dining area, and complete catering services
intimate groups or for a banquet for nine
persons are included in the building.


Of particularsig
the University isth
the third floor.
offices and work


r significance to the educational program of
is the Student Activities Center, located on
ir. A distinctive physical arrangement of


space for Student Government,


student publications, the Honor Court, and many other


student groups


enhances


the effectiveness


of the total


student activities program of the University.


The Union plans and promotes many


and recreational


social


, cultural,


activities for the campus community.


Among the regular activities are art exhibits, bridge
lessons and tournaments, current and cultural films.
Special activities such as receptions, dances, intracampus
and intercollegiate bridge, billiard and bowling tour-


naments, music appreciation


hours,


forums


international


and book


activities,


listening


reviews,


hours, poetry


shows,


fashion


special holiday parties are all


a part of the Union program.


A distinctive
Theater, a 464
Florida Players,


area of the Union


SKILLS CENTER
The University Reading
free service to students


and St


at all


I Ir I


r


uoy S
levels.


opportunities for self-improvement
individual basis in the areas (


kills


Center


Diagnosis


are offered on an


individual basis in the areas of reading sp
comprehension, vocabulary, and study habits. There


no outside


Students
time. Cc


assignments,
av initiate or


)nsultative


grades, or course
discontinue enrc


work and other


available to staff members.


at S.W. Broward
periods 1-8.


UNIVERSE


credits


speed,
?re are


given.


)llment at any


services


are also


Interested persons may


Hall during


regular daytime


class


COUNSELING


CENTER


The Uni


which


versity Col


offers


counseling
Counseling


primary


is the


H. P. Constans


, a 464-seat facility for the dramatic group, the


excell


lege sponsors the


a free


service


Centt


interests


vocational


to students


er is staffed by psychol
have been facilitatin


development of individuals


Psychologi


ence


counseling is ava
psychological, marital


Counseling Center
md psychological
t all levels. The


ogists


whose


acilitating the growth and
in the University setting.


Liable


students


social difficulties


and career
coming in p
1575.


room


or by calli


ng 392-


Service


services


screening


provides


programs


videos


* service
in-patier
ologists,


consists


and a 25
nurses,


x-ray


and class rooms. Students


at reason
provide


nable prices.


Students may
untarv meal E


The service


effect


in six


cafeterias
to dormit'


are offered


a savings


a week or three meals


pating


meals


a day


Nursi


a day,


five days
v basis.


y, seven
a week


Center


ri n ri n ihf


-a IserIi


/ '


I


Cnm


*S,


The provision


Ind


of eight s


and ride wanted bulletin boards, display


o


are art exhibits


bridge






General

STUDENT LIFE


Student


terdenominational


Life


and non-denominational


fostered by the University Religious


ing with the
Department


Coordinator
of Religion.


of Religion


Association
Js Activities


activities
n, work-
es in the


Social Fraternities.


Twenty-six


national


fraternities for men have established chapters


University.


STUDENT ACTIVITIES
ORGANIZATIONS AND


PUBLICATIONS


The general


supervised by the


work


Interfraternity


social
at the


of the fraternities is
Council, composed of


one delegate from each of the representative fraternities.
The national fraternities at the University of Florida are


Alpha
Beta T


Epsilon Pi, Alph
heta Pi. Chi Phi.


a Gamma Rho, Alpha
Delta Chi, Delta Tau


Tau Ome
Delta, De


Student Government. Student government in the
University of Florida is a cooperative organization based
on mutual confidence between the student body and the


faculty. Considerab


authority has been granted the


Student Body for the regulation and conduct of student
affairs. The criterion in granting authority to the Student
Body has been the disposition of the students to accept
responsibility commensurate with the authority granted


them.


Generally speaking, the


fields of student activity


include regulation of extra-curricular affairs and the
administration of the Honor System.


Every enrolled student, having


member of the


government.
The University


acceptance


affairs


paid his


activity


Student Body and has equal


authorities


vote in its


feel that training


of responsibility for the conduct of student


at the University


educational growth of the indi


is a valuable


of the


vidual student. The Student


Body is practically a body politic, occupying its franchise
under grant from the Board of Regents and subject to its
continued approval.


Student government


is patterned on the state and


national form of government, but adapted to the local
needs of the Student Body. Powers are distributed into


the three branches: (1)
the Student Senate; (2)


legislat
judicial


:ive, which


which


Honor Court with penal and civil


judicial
President


matters;


(3) executive,


and the Treasurer


is embodied in


is embodied in the


jurisdiction
embodied ii


of the Student


of all
1 the
Body.


Members of all three branches are elected directly by the


Student Bo'
Interhall


dy.
Council. The purpose of the Interhall Council


is to provide an organization


which will further serve as a


channel of communication between
Councils, Student Government, and
Housing. as well as coordinating indivi


activities and representing


the collective


Upsilon, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Alpha
Alpha, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma


Tau, Pi Kappa


Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi,


Psi, Lambda Chi


Delta, Phi


Phi K


Kappa Theta, Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Al
Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Phi, Tau Kappa Epsilon and Theta Chi.


Fifteen national


Kappa


appa Psi,
pha Epsi


ilon,


Tau Epsilon


women's social sororities and one I


sorority have established chapters at the University.


Thirteen


have


apartments, and
Hall Area. These


the activities


jurisdiction
Panhellenic


Omega,
Omicron


Alpha


built chapter


houses,


one lives in the Murphree


e living quarters


serve


of the individual


sorority


Council.


matters


as the


sororities.
is vested


The sixteen chapters


Delta


Chi Omega,


, Alpha


Delta


Epsilon
Delta


> live in
Residence


center of
Primary
in the


are Alpha


Delta,


Alpha


Delta


Gamma, Delta Phi Epsilon, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa
Delta, Mu Gamma Phi, Phi Mu, Phi Sigma Sigma, Pi


Beta Phi


, Sigma Kappa, and Zeta


Professional


Sigma,
premedi


Tau Alpha.


and Honorary Fraternities.


men in advertising;
cal; Alpha Kappa Delta,


Psi, business;


Alpha


Alpi
social


Lambda Delta,


ha


Alpha


Epsilon


Delta
Delta,


ology; Alpha Kappa
women's freshmen


scholastic honor society; Alpha Phi Gamma,
Alpha Phi Omega, national service; Alpha


metallur
military;


y; Alpha
Arnold Air


Society,


agriculture;


military; Beta


accounting; Beta Gamma Sigma, commerce;
Bridle, animal husbandry; Delta Pi Epsilon,


business education;


Delta


Sigma


journalism;
Sigma Mu,
ngel Flight,


Alpha Psi,


Block &
graduate


Pi, business;


Sigma Rho, honorary forensics; Delta Theta Phi,
Epsilon Lambda Chi, engineering leadership; Eta K


Nu, elect
profession


Beta Phi
Gargoyle


I1 Area Council
interests of all


rical engineering;
ns: Florida Blue Ke


, service;


norary


kappa


Eta Rho Pi, health related


'y, men's


leadership;


Gamma


Gamma Theta Upsilon, geography;
ture & fine arts; Kappa Delta Pi,


Gamma


of two representatives
Dramatics. Any st
participate in several


I Council consists


senior


men's
Delta,


women's honor society; Omicorn
ics; Omicron Delta Kappa, national


history; Phi
. business


women's


sines:


& business
s; Phi Delta


Student Senate.


in genera


Senate


mus


Phi Eta Sigma,


as the


ic; Phi Sigma


freshmen men's
scholarship; Phi


, biology;
education


Publications.


Sigma


science;


magazine.


service


organization; Scabbard & Blade,


'


, ,


I


U


I


U


Al


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STUDENT LIFE


Beta Sigma,


architect
University
Sigma Pi, i


Clubs and


women


re; Theta
Squires,
forestry.


in band;


Tau Sigma


Delta,


i Sigma Phi, women in journalism;
men's leadership and scholarship; Xi


Societies.


clubs and organizations


varied


interests


There


are more


than 200 student


on the campus representing


and activities.


interest clubs, dance


groups, publications,


These


include academic


and social organizations, hobby


religious


HONOR SYSTEM
THE HONOR SYSTEM. One


groups and others.


(a) cheating, (b) stealing, (c) obtaining money
credit for worthless checks, (d) ticket scalping.


On the
privileges


basis


of this


conceived


honor. During


exami


Code,


students


are extended all


to be the basic right of students ot
nations proctors may or may not be


used at the discretion of the professor.
Secondly, fruits and supplies are placed openly on the
campus, with the confidence that each student will pay
for any he may take. This system makes each student the


keeper of his own


conscience


fellow-students that he no longer
placed in him.


of the finest tributes to the


character of the students at the University


the fact the Student Body is


details of the


system by


of Florida


a self-governing group. The


which this


result is reached


are


explained to all freshmen during the first week of their
enrollment in the University. However, each parent, as


as each


prospective


student


, is urged to read the


following discussion of the Honor System, as this phase of
student government forms the keystone of the entire
system.


addition


questions o


to permitting


student


legislation


f interest to the members of the Student Body,


execution of the laws
student funds, the go


gives


to the students


passed,
verning


and the expenditu


system


the privilege


themselves through the Honor


some of our greatest


the University


System


educators in high


of Florida, the Honor S'


established in the entire
student initiative. This p


of all officials of the University,


the Board


of Regents,


Universi


re of


at the University
of disciplining
. Inaugurated by
er institutions of
?stem was finally


ty in 1914 as the result of


lan, having met with the approval


was given


the sanction of


and student representatives


selected by the students to administer the


until he has proved to his


deserves


the trust


A breach of the System may be flagrant and serious,


it may be extenuated by circu


corrective


measures


to


finer conception of right and


measures.


To enforce


mstances.


help the
wrong; i


It may need only


violator obtain a
t may need strong


the System equitably the students


have established the Honor Court.


The Honor Court is composed entirely of students and is
completely autonomousof faculty control. TheChancellor


as judge


in each case and is responsible


maintaining and enforcing the Honor System. Records of
all proceedings are kept by the Clerk. The Attorney
General and his staff of Prosecuting Counsel prosecute
the cases before the Court and the Chief Defense Counsel
and his staff of DefenseCounsel defend the student before


the Court. There


colleges


on the


investigations,


are justices,


campus,


elected from the various


who are responsible


and maintaining the Honor System.


A jury


is empaneled at random from the Student Body to decide


the guilt or innocence of the student. Th
Vice Chancellor determine the penalty


from severe
or expulsion.


were


system.


offenses.


Among the basic principles of an Honor System are the


conv


action that self-discipline


characti
respect
educatii
Regents
should I


and that


on. 0


responsibility
these are essei


is the


greatest


builder of


is a prerequisite of self-
ntial to the highest type of


officials of the University and the Board of


feel that


students in the University of Florida


assumed to be honest and worthy of trust, and


they display this confidence by


System.
The success


of the system


means


of an Honor


is dependent upon the honor


of each individual member of the student body in that:
(1) he is duty-bound to abide by the principles of the


Honor Code,


and (2) he is further pledged to report to the


Honor Court such viol
observe.


men and


women


nations of the Code


coming to


the Unive


as he may

rsity for the


first time feel hesitant about assuming this responsibility,
inasmuch as early school training has created feelings of
antipathy toward one who "tattle-tales" on a fellow-
student. The theory of an Honor System adequately
overcomes this natural reaction, however, when it is


realized th
not a facu


measure


ie Chancellor and


which


reprimand, or penalty hours, to


Just this


non-acade
In the past
receive


year a


mic


pe


new program
Inalties for


can range
suspension


was instigated
non-academic


a student convicted of stealing was
academic penalty hours as his


punishment. Nowsuch student upon recommendationof
counsel and approval of the Chancellor can receive work
hours in the Gainesville Community in coordination with


a commu
follows:


I


nity service project. This new program works as
If a student is found guilty of stealing and


sentenced for example to five penalty hours, these may
be converted into man-hours the conversion rate being
ten man hours for each penalty hour, plus an additional


ten hours. Thus,
sixty man-hours.


principal that the


in this example


the penalty


would be


This policy is in accord with the
sentence should be educative rather


than punitive.
Any student convicted by this Court has the right of
appeal from its ruling to the Honor Court Board of
Masters and to the Office of Student Conduct.
A tribute to the efficiency of the Honor Court in its
existence on the Florida Campus is realized in the fact


since


decisions


receive
* which


less stress,


strong enough to


regard. In this


conduct
himself.


where


every


t student's
rest on


In order to alleviate the burden on the student of


emng co


procedure,


student


witnesses


re. Underthis


In addition to a


series


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General

STUDENT LIFE


other organizations on the campus. A brochure is printed
and distributed to each student and posters are placed in


the classrooms
System.


In thisway


and dormitories


to explain the Honor


the Honor Court has endeavored to fulfill its


responsibility to the studentswho undertake the problem


of self-government and self-discipline at


the University of


Florida.
The parent of every prospectivestudent should feel that
it is his responsibility to stress the paramount importance
of honorable conduct on the part of his son or daughter


while in attendance


Dishonest
student.
Because


action b


University


at the University


rings


trust and responsibility invo


Honor System,


become


this feature


greatest


sorrow


of Florida.


both to parent and


students have proved worthy of the


ved in administering


of student


tradition


government has


at the University


Florida. It must be remembered that inasmuch


competition included in the program. These
organized from sorority, fraternity, dormitol


, engineering,


groups.
The Department of


tion maintains


SAHPER


leagues are
y, indepen-


and coeducation


Intramural Athletics


a Recreational


provides other leisure


faculty. This


service


Sports


and Recrea-


Service


W


time activities for students


also provides complete


and guidance for sports clul
sufficient interest, additional


individuals
encouraged
Equipment
available to
University of
Every stud
participate ii
permits.


with special


to act


activities.


thich
and


information


Where there


sports clubs are formed


ability


as leaders.


is furnished for most


any regularly


Florida upon


in those

activities


enrolled


request.


ent at the University


n Intramural


activities


areas


and is made


student


of Florida
as interest


of the


is urged to
t and time


primarily
system


ly a student responsibility, the fu
rests with each new class of students


University.
The University


iture of the
entering the


faculty and administration pledge their


support to the Honor System. Each


student must support


n failing to support it, contribute to the loss not only


of a cheri


shed tradition but the right of self-government.


We at the University of Florida


by fostering and supporting


as reflected
American De
in the hearts


in student


?mocracy


g


are fully


the ideals
overnme


will be more th


of tomorrow's


sof


nizant that


self-government


nt, the support of
roughly imbedded


leaders.


AUTOMOBILE AND


TRAFFIC


REGULATIONS


Graduate Students,


twenty-one,


married


from the University


automobiles.
Students d
hours must r
the Universil


their first


a point


Juniors,


1, or living a
are eligible


Seniors,


students


a commuting dis


to maintain


esiring to park on campus during


register


ty


their


3 operate

restricted


automobiles or motorcycles


Traffic and Parkin


registration period. There


system for


g Department during


is a system


for fin


on-campus vehicle violations.


complete


INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS


University


prehensive one
and intersection


sports.
Florida,


fields


of Florida


athletic


program


vith teams competing 4
al opponents in nine


IS a corn


against
interc


a member of the Southeastern


athletic teams


regional
ollegiate


set of rules


governing


traffic,


parking


vehicle registration may be secured at the Of
Traffic and Parking, the Campus Police Station,


Student Traffic Court. Each


tice ot
or the


student should familiar


himself with these regulations upon
University.


registering


at the


Conference,


in football, basketball, cross country,


baseball,


track, golf,


tennis,


wrestling and swimming.


Physical


facilities


ing capacity of


include Florida Field stadium with
61,000, two baseball diamonds,


completely equipped


varsity


tennis


stadium,


swimmmn


pool, running track, two football practice fields, anl8-hol
championship golf course and Florida Gymnasium,


facility which houses ample


eight ro
ie 7,200


dress


oms, meeting rooms,


capacity


fo


ng and training rooms,
ur practice courts and


varsity court.


INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS AND
RECREATION


Development


enjoyab
essential
success


le
I


wholesome


participation


aspect


competition


in physical


a well-rounded


activities


college


rough
is an


education.


ul intramural program depends primarily upon


student interest in
well as in actual


recreational


Widespread


recreation


university


provides
* - A i


planning and execu
participation in va


activities.


ting the program as


nous


contests


student participation in intramural


is a tradition


of Florida. The


?very


exter


sports


of long standing at the
isive offering of activities


student an opportunity to take part


as an


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STUDENT REGULATIONS


Student


For additional


Regulations


information


relative to graduation,


failure in studies, conduct, social activities, etc., the
student should consult The Student Handbook and the


sections
separate


of the Catalog containing regulations of the
colleges and schools. Each student is held


responsible forobservance of the rules and regulations of


the University


insofar as they affect him.


READMISSIONS


3. Residence


requirements-(a)


The minimum


dence requirement for the baccalaureate degree is
three quarters. (b) Students are required to complete the
last forty-five credits applied toward the baccalaureate
degree during regular residence in thecollegefromwhich
the student is to be graduated. Exception to this
regulation may be made only upon written petition
approved by the faculty of the college concerned, but in


no case
exceed


may the amount of extension work permitted
more than eighteen of the last fifty-four credits


required for a baccalaureate degree. (c) For residence
requirements for degrees in the College of Law see the
College of Law Catalog. (d) For residence requirements


of the various graduate


APPLICATION FOR READMISSION


The information contained in this section applies onlyto
students who have previously been enrolled at any level
in the University of Florida. Requirements for admission
for a student seeking to enroll in the University of Florida
for the first time will be found in the Admissions section


of this catalog.
numbers.
How to Apply


address


Please


consu


Readmission.


ie INDEX for page

An applicant should


a request to the Office of the Registrar for


application forms. Forms and directions vary with the


level of readmission and the applicant should indicate
his request the college and the level of his last enrollme
at the University of Florida as well as the college ai


level fo
receive


r which he


d in the C


date for the term


wishes to apply.


Catalog.
4. Physical


Division


student


Education


Physical Education.
5. Average requi
student must have


must


degrees see the Graduate School


Requirements.-Each


complete


'red.-In order


a "C"


average


required toward that degree.


6. Two
B.A. and


degrees.- Two


B.S.


three


Lower


quarters


to secure a degree, a
or better in all credits


degrees of the same rank,


will not be conferred upon the


individual unless the second degree represents at least


forty-five credits of additional work, with the
qualitative and residence requirements.


in
*nt
nd


Applications must be


officee of the Registrar by the deadline
as published in the University Calendar


in the Undergraduate Catalog


in order to be considered.


READMISSION OF STUDENTS
1. Satisfactory academic record.
a) An applicant must be eligible to return to the
University of Florida on the basis of his previous
academic record at this institution. If he has attended any
college or university subsequent to his enrollment at the
University of Florida, he must also have an average of
"C" or higher (as computed by the University of Florida)
on all work attempted at each such institution. The
applicant must also be in good standing and eligible to
return to each institution previously attended.


An applicant


admission
expects to


for readmission


must


requirements of the college or
enter. (Consult the appropriate coll


of the catalog for specific adm


2. Satisfactory conduct


meet the
school he
ege section


mission requirements.)


record.


An applicant must present


conduct. Regardless of other quali


a satisfactory record of


fications,


an applicant


who has experienced majororcontinuing difficultieswith
school or other authorities since his last enrollment at the


University i
readmission


of Florida may find his application
disapproved.


CREDITS


The word credit
quarter hour.


as used in


this Catalog


refers


one


DEGREES AND GRADUATION


The Board of
appropriate to the
conditions:


1. Curric


ulum


Regent
course


S


confer


the degree


pursued under the following


requirements.-Certification by the


I-' - -- I I - -- i- .' - I I


7. Continuous


dance


attendance.-When


necessary


a student's atten-


is continuous, graduation according to the cur-


riculum under which he entered


the courses required


is permitted, provided


are offered by the Uni


some or all of the required courses
fered, the faculty of the college cor
such adjustments for the individual
propriate for the curriculum involved


versity.


are no longer of-
ncerned will make
student as are ap-


i.


As Ion


dent attends the University as much as


during


any calenda


r year


residence


degrees.-Students


as a stu-


one quarter


is continuous.


who expect


to be graduated must file application for the degree in
the Registrar's Office on or before the time indicated in


the Current University


application in the quarter


graduated, regardless


9. Time limit.-


Calendar


Students must make


in which they expect to be


of previous


To receive


have completed: (a) all resi


graduation at least


applications.


a degree a candidate must
dence work required for


24 hours prior to the scheduled


meeting of the College Faculty voting on the candidates


for degrees;


(b) all


extension work at least two


prior to the scheduled meeting of the


voting on the candidates for


10. Extension
as used below


work pe
refers


degrees.


rmitted.---(Note:


to both


extension


weeks


College Faculty

Extension work


classes


correspondence study).
a. Students will not be permitted to take more than
eighteen credits of extension work during any academic
year.
b. Students will not be permitted to take more than
twelve credits of extension work during a quarter not in
attendance.
c. The amount of extension work forwhich students will
be allowed credit toward a degree at the University shall


not exceed


one-fourth of the amount required for the


degree. For additional


regulations peculiar to thevarious


colleges see the appropriate section of this catalog
consult the dean of the college concerned.


d. Students will


not be permitted to take by extension


Application for


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General

STUDENT REGULATIONS


registered
al examinat


in the University for the term in which his


ion


and at


the time


receives


4. Pri
Florida


ority in


assignment to classes


will be given


to regularly


at the University


enrolled students.


degree.


Repeat


lowed when
peated cont;
when the stu
1 3. Pendin
Conduct Vio
student aeai


5. A student taking courses at the U


course


a co
iins
den


Iurse is


work.-No


credit


repeated if the


essentially the s
t was previously


;ame


course


be al-


IS re-


course content as


enrolled for the course.


g Charge of Honor Code or Code of Student
Nation. No degree will be conferred upon a


nst whom there


is


charge of either Honor Code or C
violation where the penalty for su


pending an ur
odeof Student
chviolationwo


resolved
Conduct
uld likely


will be re(
University


wuired to register


and attend


university


classes


of Florida
under the


of Florida calendar.


pay appropriate


at the


University of Florida based on the number of credit hours


for which he


It is the


is registered


student's


transcript of work completed under


forwarded
selective s


traction
individu


institution to furnish


2. Suspension


pi


to the parent


service,
programs


social


institutii


security an


? re


at this institution.


insure that
a dual regi
on. Certifi
d veterans
sponsibilit


an official
station is
cation to
adminis-
/ of the


each individual
e necessary.


Grade


as the


of the above


is resolved


students'


and degree


work


Registrar's Office as follows:
1. Undergraduate Students:


D, in order of excellence,
grades are E-Failure, I-Inc


are recorded


Passing grades
and S-Satisfact


in the


are A,


ory.


Failing


tisfactory,


X-Absent from examination, EW-Dropped for non-


have a


is stated


or unsatisfactory work,


of I and X


average


,t be changed
dates set in
as grades of E


is 12


correspondence


work at ai
computing


courses,


maxim


In special situations
regular grades at the


grade


registrat


are considered


to passing grades


ering


consid


where


may be assigned only


course, confined


cases,


may register


has closed,


the col


After the
no student


which he


i unless he
is enrolled.
Sthe VA or


circumstances. A
a student's grade


Graduate
its are A,


degrees


assign
grade
le is a


in special


to inf


irmary


average.


students: Passing grades for graduate
B, C and S. Grades of "'C" in courses


meets


the B-average
coursescount


a graduate


degree


A. Definition:


regulation,
simultaneo


another
B. Dun
following


college
il Regist


the time of registration
of Florida.


Dual Registration,


to the registrar


earned


courses
orida and


itted ONLY under the


conditions:


admission policies.


meet


University


iiversily s regular
may have been
e or university, a
:lorida admission
institution.


deans


at the University


in courses numbered 600 or above have been


with a grade


of A.


SATISFACTORY-UNSATISFACTORY
GRADE OPTION


It is the University
as broad an educate
are encouraged to 1
they may not have
take such course wo
S-satisfactory or
become a Dart of a '


desire


to allow


students


to receive


as possible.
Courses in


a grade


U-unsatisfactory


S-U grade option, a student must be
-may not be on any type probati(
classified as an undergraduate studer


proper university o
Only one course


tticials.


be approved


Exception--Required
under the S-U option


elected


These


1) in good stand
on or warning,
nt, 3) approved


in any


be taken
has been


in another course.


to register


The student


responsibi


rements are


is also the


al student who must


records as


request
might b


Some coll
the Catalog.
University re
maximum 1i


extension
counted in
imum load.


time of


and WF-Withdrew


in accordance
calendar or be
dent's record


dean,


registration


successfully petitions


Social


security


g averages.
it is not possible to
the term a deferred
for a deferred grad


refers


Univ ersi


or university.
ration will be


A copy of such


grades


I


v


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STUDENT REGULATIONS


sion, always
University
institutions


refers
3f Flc


to average
)rida. Grai


are not averaged


rage
whei


on work attempted at the


des


received


other


with grades received at the


University of Florida for the purpose of meeting any


average


requirement. Most honorary


societies


take into


consideration the quality of the work done at other


institutions
may have.


in meeting


2. How computed:


any average

Averages ai


requirement they

re determined by


computing the ratio of grade points to quarter hours
recorded as attempted. Grade points are established by
equating each quarter hour as follows: A with 4, B with 3,
C with 2, D with 1, and E, EW, I, WF, and X with O. In


computing averages,


as grade


many times
grades of S
average.


3. Average


grade point ave
division. That is,


division, h
academic
division.


is grade p
average


and U


a course
s for it


repeated


is counted


are recorded. Hours for


are not computed in the grade point


(lower,


will be bas
n a student


ed


upper): A student's
on his work in each


is admitted to the upper


oint average shall begin anew and his
will be based on his work in that


4. An undergraduate student
considered as being registered in
undergraduate student classified 3


as bein


registered


in the


classified


the lower
or above i


division. An
s considered


upper division.


Give


student whose ultimate


success


is doubtful further


opportunity to demonstrate adequate performance.
All undergraduate students:
A student with less than a 2.0 grade point average in his
respective division (lower, upper) shall be placed on


scholars
or less.


warning if he has a grade point deficit of nine


A student with less than a 2.0 grade point ave


respective


division


probation if he has
but less than twentF
Any student who
after a suspension


shall be placed
a grade point deficit


rage in his


on scholarship
of ten or more


y


is eligible to return to the University
because of academic reasons will be


placed on scholarship probation for his
In addition to University probation, a
placed on probation by the College


registered
progress


d


next quarter.
student may be
in which he is


if he does not maintain normal


in the program of study in


which he


academic


engag


CONTINUATION OF PROBATION


All Undergrad
A student's
long as he has


uate


Students:


scholarship warning shall be continued as
a grade deficit of one but not more than


nine. A student's scholarship probation shall be


as long as
than nine


continued


he has a grade point deficit of ten but not more
teen. If his grade point deficit places him in


another probation


PROBATION, SUSPENSION, AND
EXCLUSION FOR ACADEMIC
REASONS


The University of Florida


is responsible for providing


the best possible education in an economical


manner.


In order to discharge this


and efficient


responsibility, the


University must require reasonable academic progress
from its students. Continuation of students who have


demonstrated


industry,


a lack of the necessary ability, preparation,


or maturity


to benefit


program of university study
University's responsibility as a


reasonably


is inconsistent


from a
with the


provisions of that

REMOVAL


category,


he shall be


subject


to the


category.

OF PROBATION


All Undergraduate Students:


Scholarship prob
be removed when


respective
Removal


e


division


ation and/or scholarship warning wi
a student's grade point deficit in h
has been reduced to zero.


of college probation:


A studentwill be removed fromcollegeprobationwhen
it is deemed by his college that he is making satisfactory
academic progress in the program of study in which he is


engaged.


tax supported institution.


The University


ulations


usion. These


the academic


coverin


of Florida
g probation,


Senate


standards


nations


has enacted


suspension,


Regulations are directed toward enforcing
standards of the University. The academic


standards oftheUnive


of grade F
chance of


>mt averages
satisfactory


rsity require both the maintenance


consistent with
completion of t


a reasonable
the University


programs and reasonable conformance to the catalog
description of the program of study in which the student


y college
kdemic s
observing


of the


University may specify


students
pertaining


SUSPENSION
The purpose of suspension from the Un


academic


reasons


is to remove


a grade point deficit


division


(lower,


iversit


from the University


students who would not ultimately meet


graduation if the
progress.
The conditions


to (1)


Select


continued at their


suspense


of academic


students


they will not fulfill


is engaged. An
additional aca
responsible for
such standards.


A student with


in his


respective


whose


Encourage students to leave
high probability of failure is i


requirementsfor
current level of


are intended


performance indicates that


requirements for graduation;


the University
evident.


as soon


of twenty or more


upper)


shall be


PROBATION BECAUSE OF
UNSATISFACTORY ACADEMIC
ACHIEVEMENT


The purpose of academic
formally the fact that a studei


probation is
nt is making


s to recognize
unsatisfactory


suspended from the University for one quarter.


A student re-enrolling after


a one quarter suspension


if his grade


will be on final scholarship probation, and


point deficit is t
he re-enrolls, he
of re-registering


wenty or more at the end of the quarter


will be suspended without th


except by


e possibility


committee action.


-I -n n- -n '


each division


All undergraduate students:


as a


I
I


i





General

STUDENT REGULATIONS


residence


correspondence
However, a s


another institution or through extension or


courses.


student suspended while in the


division who subsequently


Junior College may


graduates from


appeal to the Petitions Co


reinstatement. The Petitions Committee
the recommendation of the upper dih


college


concerned, adn
n to that school


or college.


be transferred


rules and regulations


of the U


lower


I accredited
mmittee for


may then, upon
vision school or
at on academic


Credits


in accordance


earned by
* University
with other


university


class


this procedure, a


notification should be given to the Office


of the Registrar for mailing to the proper


such warnings


address. All


should be reported immediately


department chairman or course


Should


any subsequent


to the


chairman.


absences


or failure to do


classwork occur the student shall be dropped from
class with a failing grade. The instructor should init


giving


absences


le "cuts"
meeting


for any
before
meeting


the Registrar


notice.


a system


follow


a given


an official Universit


division students:
liversitv College student


quarter hours (this includes
and all work attempted at t


be ineligible
unless he is


the class,


who has attempted 125
ork accepted by transfer


registration


program.
All undergraduate students:
A student may be exclude
the College responsible fo


refuses


to maintain normal


exclusion does not prohibit
other programs or colleges


degree


from a program of study by
the program if he fails or
academic progress. Such


meets


either at the begi


a system, he is, aftt
inning of the course


r warning
or several


periods in advance of the forthcoming holiday, authorized


students)


a class


Registrar must
B. When a s


warning


so state.


the provisions of A above,
writing by the Registrar.
C. NINE-DAY RULE: No


once,
g the


parents


student sh


shall be n

-all absen


nine scholar
:e in athle


notified in

t himself
istic days
tic or in


activities.


the requirements.


(raduat
Any


embers


e students:
graduate


registration in the Un
when his progress to\
graduate program be<
tory progress has been
to include failure to


average
School,


of B in


denied


comes unsatisfactory. Unsatisfac-


all work


tain an ac
attempted


te Council
tive grade
Graduate


activity is not
group is so r
campus for
scholastic day
scheduled).


nine days


tor any


personnel of


more ma
is any day


nine "scholastic"


on which


who has been


unsatisfactory


been


work


absent from the


regular


warned


class work


for absences or


in any class should not incur
that course, even though he has not


University tor
of the student
is satisfactory.


nine sc
to see


each student


effort to complete the full quarter
any student withdraws after the d;


catalog,
failing)


in all


suspension


11 be assigned
courses, and


make


every


Students


at the University.


grades


classified other than 1 UC:


Attendance


successfu
freshman
remain fu
academic


and exclusion


A student on scholarship probation


from the Universit


y prior


in any


in class


year.
/ respo


objectives


after


Nevertheless,


students


ible for satisfying
as they are define


entire


range of


the instructor


course.


Post Baccalaureate Students


the catalog


for his


will be conti


probation


next quarter.


suspension


and exclusion regu
students also apply I


Baccalaureate


lations
to Post


ABSENCES OR


Absences count from the
rather than from the date the
class.


Students


class work


first meeting
student first r


will be


of the
sisterss


classified


by the Registrar


quarter


have been


classified


student
to the
C .i


accum
extent


ulates
that,


Florida will be


absences


I transient
permitted


or other non-de
to register at


each


students who
University oti


assified ais 0.


1. A student with less than 43 hours


credit


I ItT^ IIICn tt I


lo werr


undergraduate students:


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STUDENT REGULATIONS


5. A student


who is


a candidate for a degree


program which normally requires 15 qu
earned 180 quarter hours or more will be


6. Non-degree
ree-Holding stu'
graduatee School


programs


in a


carters and has


classified


for college gradua


as 5.


tes: De-


dents who have been admitted to the


will be


classified


such petitions should be presented to the School or


College in which the student


proved by the School


or Co


Registrar's Office before the action


is enrolled. Petitions ap-


liege must be reported to the


becomes


official.


All other petitions should be presented to the Registrar


who will refer them to the University


Senate


Committee


7. Graduate School:


Students
classified


8. Non-degree,


registered in
as 7.


on Student Petitions. No petition for readmission may be


Graduate


School


will be


non-matriculated students.


filed after regular


quarter.
The student
petition must


can direct


PETITIONS AND APPEALS


case


appears to


the operation of the academic regulations
result in an undue hardship on an individual


student, he may petition for


waiver


of the regulation.


When petitions pertain to requests for change of
schedule after the date authorized for change, exceptions
to minimum-maximum load regulation, or permission to
drop a course without a failing grade after the drop date,


an instructor to reinstate


from a course for absence or


can the Senate


to grant a


degrf


Committee
ee by waivin


registration


has started


for that


a student dropped


unsatisfactory


college


work,


nor


or school


regulations.


ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS


All actions


taken under these regulations


reflected by appropriate notations on
record.


shall be


the student's


t seeking waiver of a regulation through
remember that no committee on petitions


require any


of these




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