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 Board of education
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 Staff and faculty
 General information
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Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 24 cm.
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 1972
Frequency: quarterly
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Subjects / Keywords: College publications -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Universities and colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1907) is misnumbered as Vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Imprint varies: <vol. 1, no. 2-v.4, no. 2> Gainesville, Fla. : University of the State of Florida, ; <vol. 4, no. 4-> Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida.
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Volume ID: VID00545
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    University calendar
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OF FLORIDA
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The Record

Comprises:
r. m The Graduate Catalog, the Under-
graduate Catalog, the Schedule of
Courses and various bulleins on regu-
nations, policies and information.
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University Calendar ............................... v
Boardof Education ................................ viii
Administrative Council of the University ............... ix
Staff and Faculty ................................ 1
General Information ............................ 67
Admissions ...................................... 76
Expenses ................ ........................ 82
Student Affairs ..............................85
Housing.......................................... 85
!.. Student Lif.e Services, Facilities, Activities ......... 90
Student Regulations ............................ 93
Colleges, Schools, and Curricula
University College .............................. 99
College of Agriculture .......................... 113
College of Architecture and Fine Arts ............... 123
College of Arts and Sciences ...................... 133
College of Business Administration ............ . . 143
College of Education ..... ...................... 151
SU iCollege of Engineering .......................... 165
School of Forest Resources and Conservation ........ 183
:College of Health Related Professions .............. 187
College of journalism and Communications....... 193
Center of Latin-American Studies .................. 199
College of Law ............................... 200
SCollege of M medicine ............................. 201
College of Nursing ............................. 202
College of Pharmacy ........................... 207
College of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation 211
Military Department .............................. 218
Instructional Departments and Description of Courses . 221
oIndex ....................... ................ 341










CALENDAR for 1972


JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S
1 1 2 3 4 5 1 2
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 27 28 29 30 31 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
30 31
OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 1 2
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
29 30 31 26 27 28 29 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 30







CALENDAR for 1973

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH
S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2 3
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

APRIL MAY JUNE
S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 1 2
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 6 8 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
29 30 2' 28 29 30 31 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 1
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 10 11 '12 13 14 15
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
29 30 31 26 27 28 29 30 31 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30
OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 29 30 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


CALENDAR, 1972-73


(CRITICAL DATES)

FALL TERM 1972
Registration ...... ........ September 19-21
Classes Begin ... .. . ........... September 25
Classes End . . . . ....... December 8
Final Examinations .......... .December 11-16
Grades Due (Graduating Seniors) .. ..December 14
Commencement .. ............. .December 16
Grades Due (All ......... ... ... December 18

WINTER TERM 1973
Registration ................. January 2
Classes Begin ..... .................. January 3
Classes End ....... ..... . ... M arch 9
Final Examinations .. .. .. ... . .March 12-1"
Grades Due (Graduating Seniorsi March 15
Commencement ............ March 1"'
Grades Due IAll) ....... . .. March 19

SPRING TERM 1973
Registration ....... ..... .. March 23
Classes Begin .. ... .... March 26
Classes End. ..... ... June 1
Final Examinations .. ..... une 4-9
Grades Due IGraduating Seniors) June -
Commencement ..... june 9
Grades Due (All) ... .. .. une 11

SUMMER TERM 19-3


Registration ... ..........
Classes Begin ............
Classes End. .
Final Examinations .
Grades Due (Graduating Seniorsi
Commencement ......
Grades Due (All) .


lune 15
June 18
August 1'
August 20-25
August 23
August 25
August 2'


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


1972


CALENDAR, 1972-73

FALL QUARTER


March 1, Wednesda) 4.00 p.m.
Last day for beginning freshmen sludents to tile applica-
tion for admission for the Fall Quaner.
july 7. Friday, 4:00 p.m
Last day for filing application at the Office ol the Regis-
trar to change college or division tor the Fall Quarter.

July 21. Friday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
University ol Florida except beginning freshmen to
file application for admission for the Fall Quarter.

July 21, Friday. 4.00 p.m.
Last day for those previously in attendance at the Uni-
versity of Florida to apply for registration appoint-
ments for the Fall Quarter.

?eplember 8, Friday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing admissions for those whose appli-
cation was filed by above deadline. All credentials
must have been received and college changes ap-
proved. Those who clear after this date will be assigned
ate registration appointments

September 19-21, Tuesday-Thursday
Orientation and registration (including payment of fees
according to appointments assigned. No one permitted
to start registration on Thursday. September 21. after
3 00 p.m.


September 22. Friday
Last day for paying fees without being subject to late lee
of $25.00.

September 22 Friday
Last day for completing registration for Fall Quarter.
All students registering today subject to $25.00 late fee.
No one permillted to start registration on Friday
September 22 alter 3.00 p.m.

September 22, Friday
Drop-Add period begins

September 25 Monday
Classes begin

September 2". Wednesday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day lor adding courses and tor changing sections.
September 2'. Wednesday 4:00 p m
Last day student may withdraw and receive tull refund of
fees
October 4. Wednesday 43:00 p.m.
Last day lor dropping courses without receiving grade
of E

October 13 Frida 4I 00 p m
Last day tor tiling degree application at the Registrar
Office for a degree o1 be conferred ar the end of the
Fall Quarter

October 13 Frida\ 4 00 p.m
Last da5 lor remoing grades ol I or X received in the
preceding term ol attendance.

October 13. Friday 4 00 p m.
Last da\ lor niing application at the Office o the Regis-
irar to change college or division for the next quarter

November 1-. 18 Friday-Saturday
Homecoming Classes suspended at 8 00 a m Friday.

November 22 W\ednesdas 4 00 p.m
Last das for withdrawing sithoul receiving failing
grades in all courses

November 23-25. Thursday .Saturday
Thanksgiing Clases suspended, 10.00 p.m. November

November 2- Mondac 8 00 a.m
Classes resume

December 1 Frida\ 10 00 p m.
No examinations claim quizzes or progress tests may be
gisen alter this date and prior to the final examination
period

December 8 Fridas
All classes end

'December 11. Monday
Final examinaiins begin

December 14. Thursday. noon
Degree candidates grades due.

December 15. Friday, 1 00 p m.
Report of colleges on candidates for degrees due in the
Office of the Registrar.

December 16. Saturday
Commencement Convocation

December 18. Monday 10 00 a m
All grades for Fall Quarter due in the Office of the
RegisTrar.

'Selected comprehensive and assembly examinations begin
Saturday. December 9.












UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

CALENDAR, 1972-73

WINTER QUARTER
1972
November 1', Friday. 4:00 p m
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
University or Florida to file application for admission
for the Winter Quarter
November 17, Friday. 4:00 p.m
Last day for those previously in attendance at the Uni-
versity of Florida to apply for registration appoint-
ments for the Winter Quarter.
December 8 Friday, 4:00 p m
Last day for clearing admissions tor those whose appli-
cation was filed by above deadline. A41 credentials
must have been received and college changes ap-
proved. Those who clear alter this date will be assigned
late registration appointments

1973
January 2. Tuesday
Registration according to appointments assigned lin.
cluding payment ol leesi No one permitted to start
registration on Tuesday lanuary 3 atrei 3 00 p.m
lanuair 2. Tuesday
Last day for paying lees iithout being -ublect to late fee
of 525.00
January 3. Wednesday
Classes begin Monday Classes vill meet on Wednesday
Tuesday classes on Thursday and Wednesday classes on
Friday january 3-5 Last day for completing registration
lor Winter Quarter. All iegisratlon Ices increased $25 00.
No one permitted to start registration on Tuesday
January 2. after 3.00 p.m
January 5 Friday 4 00 p m
Last day for adding courses and for changing sections.
lanuary 5, Friday. 4-00 p.m.
Last day student may withdraw and receive full refund ol
fees
January 12. Friday 4-00 p m.
Last day for dropping course, without receiving a grade
of E
january 19 Friday 4-00 pm.
Last day for removing grades of I or X received in the
preceding term of attendance
january 19 Friday. 4 00p m
Last day for filing application at the Otlice ot the Regis.
trar to change college or diission for the next quarter
lanuary 19. Friday 4 00 p.m
Last day for tiling degree application at the Registrar s
Office tor a degree to be conferred at ihe end of the
%inter Quarter.
February 23 Friday. 400 p m.
Last day lor withdra.ving without receiving tailing
grades in all courses.
March 2. Friday. 10.00 p.m
No examinations class quizzes or progress tests may be
given alter this dale and prior to the final examination
period
March 9 Friday
All classes end
"March 12. Monday
Final examinations begin
March 15. Thursday noon
Degree candidates grades due
March 16 Friday, 3 00 p m
Report of colleges on candidates for degrees due in the
Office of the Regislrar
March 17 Saturday
Commencement Convocalion
March 19, Monday. 10 00a m
411 grades for inter Quarter due in the Office or the
Registrar.

"Selected comprehensive and assembly examinations begin
Saturday March 10


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

CALENDAR, 1972-73 :

SPRING QUARTER
1973 !,ili'l
February 16, Friday, 4'00 p.m.
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the ::i:i:.
University of Florida to file application for admission : "
for the Spring Quarter.
February 16, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for those previously in attendance at the. Uni-.
versity of Florida to apply for registration appoint- ..
menis for Ihe Spring Quarter.
March 2, Friday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing admissions for those whose applica-
lions were filed by the above deadline. All credentials
must have been received and college changes ap- :
proved. Those who clear after this date will be assigned
late registration appointments.
March 23. Friday
Registration according to appointments assigned (in-
cluding payment of fees). No one permitted to start reg- :
islralon on Friday March 23. after 3:00 p.m.
March 23 Friday : ,:: i
LasI day lor paying tees without being subject to late fee
of $25 00
March 26 Monday '. :'
Classes begin. Last day for completing registration for
Spring Quarter All registration fees increased 525.00 .
No one permitted to start registration on Monday,
March 26. alter 3 00 p.m.
March 28 Wednesday. 4.00 p.m. .
Last day for adding courses and for changing sections. ..;i..:. :
March 28 Wednesday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day student may withdraw and receive full refund of
fees
4pril 4. Wednesday. 4 -00 pm .
Larl day tor dropping courses without receiving a grade
of E
April 13. Friday 4:00 p.m
Last day for lii ng application al the Office of the Reg-
islrar to change college or division for the next quarter.
April 13 Friday, 4 00 p.m
Last day for students to remove grades of I or X received
in preceding term of attendance.
April 20. Friday 4-00 pm :m1
Last day for filing degree application at the Registrar's
OHice tor a degree to be conferred at the end of the
Spring Quarter
May 18, Friday 4 00 pm
Last day for withdrawing without receiving failing
grades in all courses
Ma) 25. Friday. 10-00 p.m
No examinations class quizzes or progress tests may be
given alter this date and prior to Ihe final examination
period.
lune 1, Friday
All classes end.
'June 4 Monday
Final examinations begin.
june Thursday. noon
Degree candidate grades due.
june 8, Friday. 3 00 p.m.
Final report of colleges on candidates for degrees due
in the Office of the Registrar.
lune 9. Saturday
Commencement convocation.
june 11 Monday, 10:00 a.m.
All grades for Spring Quarter due in the Office of the
Registrar.


"Selected comprehensive and assembly examinations begin
Saturday, lune 2.






CALENDAR


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
CALENDAR, 1972-73
SUMMER QUARTER
1973

April 27, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
University of Florida to file application for admission
for the Summer Quarter.
April 27, Friday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day for those previously in attendance at the Urn-
versity of Florida to file application for admission tor
Ihe Summer Quarter.
May 18. Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing admissions lor those whose appli-
cation was filed by the above deadline. All credentials
must have been received and college changes ap-
proved. Those who clear after this dale %lll be assigned
late registration appointments.
lune 15, Friday
Registration according to appointments assigned ion-
eluding payment of feesl. No one permitted to start reg-
istration on Friday, June 15. after 3 00 p.m.
June 15. Friday
Last day for paying fees llhout being subject to late lee
of $25.00.
June 18. Monday
Classes begin. Last day for completing registration lor
Summer Quarter. All registration fees increased $25 00
No one permilted to start registration on Monday June
18, after 3:00 p.m.
June 20, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for adding courses and for changing sections.
June 20. Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day student may withdraw and recerte lull refund of
fees.
June 27, Wednesday. 4:00 p.m
Last day for dropping courses tiihour rece.iing a grade
of E.


July 4. Wednesday
Holiday Classes suspended.
July o, triday, 4:U0 p.m.
Last day for filing application at the Office of Ihe Reg-
istrar to change college or division lor the next quarter.

July 6. Friday. 4:00 p.m.
Last day for students to remove grades ol I or X received
in preceding term of attendance.

July 6. Friday, 4 00 p.m.
Last day for filing degree application at the Registrars
Office for a degree to be conferred at Ihe end of the
Summer Quarter.

August 3, Friday 4 00 p.m.
Last day for withdrawingg without receding failing
grades in all courses.
August 10 Fridas, 10:00 pm.
No examinations class quizzes or progress tests may be
gien alter this dare and prior to the final examination
period
August 1- Friday
All classes end.
*August 20. Monday
Final examination begin.
August 23 Thursday noon
Degree candidates' grades due.
August 24 Friday, 3 00 pm
Report of colleges on candidates for degrees due in the
Office of the Registrar
August 25 Saturday
Commencement Consocation.
August 2', Monday. 10 00 a.m.
All grades lor Summer Quarter due in the Office of the
Registrar



*Selected comprehenis'e and assembly examinalions begin
Saturday. August 18









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 SHEVIN
Attorney General
State of Florida
TOM O'MALLEY
State Treasurer
State of Florida
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN
Commissioner of Education
State of Florida
FRED O. DICKINSON
Comptroller
Slate of Florida
DOYLE CONNER
Commissioner of Agriculture
State of Florida



BOARD OF REGENTS
J. J. DANIEL, LL.B
Chairman
MARSHALL M. CRISER, J.D.
Vice Chairman
D. BURKIKIBLER, III, LL.B
Lakeland, Florida
LOUIS C. MURRAY, M.D.
Orlando, Florida
CHESTER H. FERGUSON, LL.B
Tampa, Florida
JAMES j. GARDENER, M.S.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
JULIUS F. PARKER, JR., LL.B.
Tallahassee, Florida
MRS. E.D. PEARCE, B.A.
Coral Gables, Florida
ROBERT BARBEAU MAUTZ, Chancellor, LL.D.
Tallahassee, Florida
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Pensacola, Florida












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ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY

STEPHEN CORNELIUS O'CONNELL, J.D., LL.D.. Ed.D.
President
HARRY HALL SISLER, Ph.D.
Executive Vice-President
HAROLD PALMER HANSON, Ph.D.
Vice-President for Academic Affairs
WILLIAM EARL ELMORE, B.S., C.P.A.
Vice-President for Administrative Aflairs
LESTER LEONARD HALE, Ph.D.
Vice-President for Student Affairs
EDMUND FERRIS ACKELL, D.M.D M.D.
Vice-President for Health Affairs
E. TRAVIS 'ORK, JR. Ph.D.
Vice-President for Agricultural A.lairs
ROBERT ARMISTEAD BRYAN, Ph.D.
Associate Vice-President for Academic Ailairs
ROBERT STEPHEN BOLLES. Ed D.
Dean of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts
CLIFFORD ALLEN BOYD. Ed D
Dean of the College of Physical Education. Health
and Recreation
CHARLES BENTON BROWNING, Ph.D
Dean for Resident Instruction,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
JOE NEIL BUSBY, Ph.D
Dean for Extension, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences and Dean of Continuing Education
GEORGE ROBERT BENTLEY, Ph.D.
Acting Dean of the Universitr College
CHARLES EDWARD CORNELIUS, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of \ etermar\ Medicine
KENNETH FRANKLIN FINGER, Ph.D
Dean of the College of Pharmacy

JOHN LEWIS GRAND, D F.
Director of the School of Forest Resources and Consersation
ALEX G. SMITH, Ph.D
Dean of the Graduate School
JOHN PAUL JONES. M A
Dean of the College of Journalism and Communications
JOSEPH RICHARD JULIN, LL.B.
Dean of the College of Law
ROBERT FRANKLIN LANZILLOTTI, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Business Administration
H.K. SUZUKI, Ph.D.
Acting Dean of the College of Health Related Professions
JOSE ENRIQUE MEDINA, D.D.S.
Dean of the College of Dentistri
BERT LAVON SHARP, Ed.D.
Dean of the College of Education
JOHN WILBUR SITES, Ph.D.
Dean of Research,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
JUDY MOORE, M.N.
Acting Dean of the College of Nursing


CALVIN ANTHONY VANDER WERF, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences


TO BE APPOINTED
Dean of the College of Medicine
ROBERT EUGENE UHRIG Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Engineering



ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES OF THE FACULTY


To be announced



REPRESENTATIVES OF STUDENT BODY


Three students to be designated
each sear by the Student Senate.



PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES


FRANK THOMPSON ADAMS. Ed.D.
Dean of Student Development
THOMAS SANFORD BIGGS, JR., LL.B.
L'nitersii Attorney
FRED HILTON CANTRELL, B.S.B.A.
Dean of University Relations and Development
THOMAS SANFORD BIGGS, JR.. LL.B.
Universitv Attorney
FRED HILTON C4NTRELL, B S.B.A.
Dean of University Relations and Development
THOMAS WINSTON COLE, Ed.D
Assistant Dean Academic Aitairs
JOSHUA CLIFTON DICKINSON IR., Ph.D.
Director of the Florida State Museum
SAMUEL RAY GRAVES B.A
Director. Intercollegiate Athleutcs
GUSTAVE ADOLPHUS HARRER, Ph.D.
Director of Unli ersitv Libraries
JOSEPH H STAFFORD, Ph.D.
Director, Dis i on of Planning and Anal sis
ROBERT RAMSAY LNNCH, JR., B S.
Director of the Division of Information Services
RICHARD HOLMES WHITEHEAD, B.A.
University Registrar


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

CHARLES BENNETT, J D.
President of the Universits or Florida Alumni Association

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OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION
RESEARCH, ADMINISTRATION
SAND EXTENSION
1971-1972 /


S (The first date indicates the first year of academic employment:
the last date, the year of present rank: the asterisk represents
Interruptions in service or leave of absence: 'denotes Vet-
erans Administration Hospital slaff.i

S -ABATE, KENNETH, Ph.D. (Unniersity of Florida)
Postdoctoral Fellow. College of Pharmacy 11971-19717
ABBOTT, THOMAS BENJAMIN, PH.D. IUniversily of Flondal
Associate Professor of Speech and Director of Speech
Pathology 1(963-7968).
: ABBOTT, WESLEY WENDELL, M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1958-19621
ABNEY, HOWARD T., JR., M.D. (UniversilV ol Georgia)
Resident in Surgery 1968-1970. a
ABRAHAM, CLAUDE KURT. Ph D. (Unisersily of Indianal
Professor of French (1964-19701.
ABRAMS, ROBERT M.. Ph.D., D.D S. IUniversiy of Pennsyisaniai
Assistant Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology 1969-79691.
ACHEY, PHILIP M., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State Univerityi
Assistant Professor, Microbiolog). College of Arrs and
Sciences, and Department of Radrology (1967- 9691
ACKELL, EDMUND F., D.M.D. (Tufts Uniteility l i D. Veteran
Reserve
Vice President for Health Affairs. Professor of Oral Surger)
Department of Surgery, and Professor of Dentirst
(1966-19691).
ACKERMAN. THOMAS I., Ph.D (Florida Stale Uneisiersli
Assistant Professor of Education 1967-79671.
ACOSTA, ABELARDO P., M.D. Univers ry of Hasanal
Resident in Anesthesiology. (1969- 1969 A
ADAIR, CLARK H., M.D. (Dalhouise Uniersilty
Clinical Assistant Professor 1'969-19691. '
ADAMS, CALVIN K., Ph.D. Kansas State Unisersilr T
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
and Psychology 17969-19691.
ADAMS, EARNEST DWIGHT, Ph.D (Duke Univeriltyj
Professorof Physics (1962-1970. A
ADAMS, ELWYN A., M.D
SVisiting Associate Professor of Music (1970l.
ADAMS, FRANK THOMPSON, Ed.D (Universilv of Florida,
Dean for Student Development 11946-19691.
ADAMS. PAUL L. M.D. (Columbia Universi r i
Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics 119671 and Director
Children's Mental Health Unit 11960-1966,.
ADAMS, WILLIAM ROBERT. M.D. I(ale Universurit A
SProfessor of Pathology ( 1968-19681.
ADERHOLD, RICHARD M.. M.D. (University of North Carolinai
Resident and Trainee in Psychiatry (1968-19691.
ASDLERZ, WARREN CLIFFORD, Ph.D. Oregon Slate Universilyi
" Associate Professor (Associate Enlomologist). IFAS.
SAgricultural Research Center, Leesburg
(1958-1966). A
AGEE, O. FRANK, M.D. (Loursiana Slate Universityi
Professor of Radiology (1962-1970).
AGOR, WESTON H., Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin) A
SAssistant Professor of Political Science (1971-7971..
AHMED, ESAM MAHMOLD, Ph.D. University of Maryland) 4
Associate Professor of Food Science. IFAS (1964-1969i
AHRENS, MAURICE RUSSELL, Ed.D tUniversity of Denverl A
SProfessor of Education (1954-19541.
AITKEN, JAMES BRUCE. Ph.D (University of Floridal A
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulrurrst., IFAS, Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Quincy (1967-1967). A
ALBRECHT, RUTH E.. Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Sociology (1957-19601. A'
ALBRECTS, EARI. EUGENE. Ph.D (Purdue Universilyl
: Assistant Professor(Assistanr Planr Pathologist). IFAS, Al
Agricultural Research Center. Dover (1967-19671.


Faclt

And Faculty


ALBRIGO. LEO GENE, Ph.D. IRutgers Universits)
Assistant Professor I Assistant Horticulturist) IF45. Agricultural
Research and Education Center. Lake Alfred (1968-19681.
ALDRICH HENRY CARL. Ph.D. Universirv of Texasi
Assistant Professor of Botany 7 1966-1971j.
ALEXANDER, ALICE ELIZABETH. B.S in L S.
Associate Librarian in charge of P. K. Yonge Librar) of florida
History 11951-19."0.I.
ALEXANDER DONALD I. Ph D. iLnnreis;iy ol Wisconsini
Visiting Professor (Plant Pathologistl, IFAS (1977-.19711
ALEXANDER, LEON H M D hMedical College of Virg.niai
Clinical Instructor in Surgery 1 1968-19681.
ALEXANDER. ROBERT W., D.D S iSt Louis Medical Cenleri
Assisranr Prolessor ot Dentistry 119"- 19"11 .
ALEXANDER, RUTH HAMMACK. Ed D IUniversity of Indianal
Associate Professor and Chairman Department of Physical
Education for Women (1969-19691
ALEXANDER. SAMUEL KERN. Ed D IUniversitl ol Indianai
Professor of Education (1963- 19701
LEY4iNDER, WILLIAM HOPklNS. JR., NI A T
Research Associate. Bureau of Economic and Business
Research 196 '- 19j
ALEXANDER %\ILLIA MNIARVIN. Ph.D IColumbia Universilty
Professor of Education 71963-79631
LFIERI SAL4 TORE ANTHON. IR Ph D ICornell Un. ersitl
Asocare Plant Pathologist DiOssion of Plant Industry
I 1968-19681
ILLEGER. DANIEL EUGENE. Mt S Pennsylsania State LUnnersir,)
Associate Professor IFAS 17945-79451
LLEN. BILL\ IJ' M A
Associate Protessor tAssociate State 4-H Club Agentl, IfAS
1953 1968.
SLLEN, CHARLES Ph.D IBrandes Universil~ I
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 17967-196.'.
iLLEN. DON L DD S iUnersii, of North Carolinai
t S Unimersir\ of Michigani
Professor of Perrodontology and Associate Dean College
of Dentistr,. r 1970-19701.
,LLEN. IOHN 4IN, Ph D lUnisersitl of Wisconsinl
Associate Professor of Spanish (1960-79661.
,LLEN KENNETH RICHARD Ph D iGeorgia Inslildue oF
echnolog, i
Assistant Professor of Physics 11968-79681
,LLEN PALIL D.. MN D iBotIon LUn\ersil,,
Associate in Surgery 1968- 19C70
LLEN, ROBERT EUGENE. Ed D lUnisersity oi Florida)
Assistant Professor of Professional Phvsical Education
0968-19681
.LLEN ROBERT IOHN, JR Ph D IUniversity of Marylandr
Assistant Professor rAssistant Agronomisti IFAS Agricultural
Research and Educational Center. Belle Glade 17950-19501
LLEN VIRGINIA FRICK. M.Ed.
Instructor P. K. Vonge Laborator) School 11958-19621.
LLEN .WILLIAM C.t I D University of Chicagol
Associate Professor in Orthopedic Surgery (1966-19681
LLIGOOD, EDGAR RALEIGH. NM Ed
Director, Department of Correspondence Studs Dvision of
Continuing Education i 1965- 9651.
LLISON, HENR' E Ph.D. IThe News School
Associate Professor of Phlosophyv 1968-19681.'
LTEMEIER. WILLIAM A., III. M.D I\anderbil lUniversirt
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and of Immunology and
Medical Microbiology 11969-19701.
MBROSE. EDNA VIRGINIA. Ed D Columbia University I
Associate Professor of Education 1958.19581
MBUEHL. RALPH ABRAHAM. B.S.E.E
Assistant in Engineering in Electrical Engineering t1970- 19701.
MMERMAN CLARENCE BAILEY. Ph.D Uni\ersiv of Illinoisl
Professor (Animal Nutritionist i IFAS 1958-19701
MOS, ERICH. M.D lLouisiana Stare Universit r
Resident in Radiology 11969-19691
NDERSEN. THORKILD W M D. (Uni\ersir, of Copenhageni
Professor of Anesthesiology i 1958-19694
NDERSON. ARVID A. Ph D (Unersitl or Tesasl
Assistant Prolessor of Marketing 11965-19651
NDERSON, AUGUSTUS E M.D. ITulane University
Clinical Instructor of Medicine, i 7966-19681

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STAFF AND FACULTY


ANDERSON, CARL ANDREW, Ph D Ilowa State University)
Associate Professor (Associate Soils Chemist IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred
S1962-19681
ANDERSON, CARL ARTHUR M.B.A
Assistant Professor of Accounting 1947-19501.
ANDERSON. CHARLES LAMAR M.S.A IUniversity of Floridal
Assistant Professor IAssistant Agricultural Economist) IFAS
11960-19681.
ANDERSON, CEORGE A M.D. iBowman-Gra)l
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1968-1968).
ANDERSON, JAMES RICHARD Ph D IUniversily of Maryland)
Professor of Geography i 1960-19691.
ANDERSON JOHN F Ph.D Unisersily of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Zoology I 1968- 19691
ANDERSON, RICHARD JAMES. Ph.D Unisersily ol Michigan)
Professor of Psychology. Associate Lnrversity Counseling
Center 119431-9561
ANDERSON, RICHARD MCLEMORE NA D rEmorN Universiri
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1959- 19631
ANDERSON. ROLAND CARL. Ph D. iIniversiry ol Floridal
Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering (1961- 19691
ANDERSON. WILLIAM HENLEt. M D lUniversity ol Chicagol
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology 1 968-1968)
ANDERTON, ROBERT L MND IOhio Sale University
Resident in Medicine i 1969-19701
ANDES LINDA V., M.A
Interim Instructor of French 19T71-19711
ANDREW, CHRIS 0 Ph.D IMichigan State Universityl
Associate Professor I Associate Agricultural Economistl. IFAS,
(1971-19771
ANDREWS EDSON JAMES, M.D lUniversity or Floridal
Resident in Radiologyi 1971-19771
ANDREWS. IOHN W M D IEmor) University
Clnical Instructor in Medicine 11959-1962'
ANDREWS, SAMUEL DALTON Ph.D iLlniveriit, of Floridal
Interim Assistant Professor Education 1969- 1969
ANDRIOLA MARV, Mi D IDuke Universal
Resident. Medicine
ANDRIOLA MICHAEL I M.D (Duke Universityl
Resident in Pediatrics 11966- 19661
ANGALET GWENDOLINE BRAIN. M S. Univers.Il of Floridal
Assistant Professor Assistant State 4-H Club Agent' IFAS
11970-19701.
ANGORN, RICHARD ARTHUR. I D LUnisersil ot Floridal
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy 17968-1968l
kNTHONt. DAVID SALISBURN Ph D IUniersiti ol Wisconsinl
Associate Professor of Botany and Assocrate Biochem.s, IFAS
17955-19551
ANTONINI, GUSTAVO A. Ph D. IColumbia Universityl
Associate Professor of Latin American Studies in Ceograph)
'1970.19701.
ANTRIM. CRAIG KEITH. iM. A
Sisiting Instructor of Art 119701
APPERSON, FRANCES ELICENIA. B 4 in L S
Iibrairan and Chairman ol Documenrs Department
1943.-19"Oi.
APPLEDORF HOWARD Ph D MNassachusells Institute of
Technology l
.Assjisan Professor (Assistant Nurritionist), IFAS 1969- 1969
APORTEIA GLADES H MD0 Univer'it, ol Havanai
Resident and Trainee in Psychialry i 1968-19691."
APORTELA. SINESIOZ M D IUniversilt of Havanai
Resident in Psychiatrr 1968-19681
ARALIO. OSCAR EDUARDO Ph D IPurdue Universil)i
Associate Professor of Pnarmacy i 1962-1968).
ARCHER, WANNE R. MS IWichiia Slate Unisersilyl
Asstianr Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Studies
(1971.1971i
ARDITTI, FRED D. Ph D. IMassachuselts Instltule of Technology
Associate Professor or Finance 1797-19771.
AREAN. VICTOR NM M.D Universill of Spaini
Clinical Professor of Patholog) 11957-19681.
ARIET MARIO. Ph D Universi.y ol Floridai
Associate Professor of Computing Center. Health Center Com-
purer Coordinator. Associate Professor of Industrial and
Systems Engineering 11967- 19681


ARMAYOR, O. KIMBALL, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History 11968-1968).
ARMSTRONG, ALLAN LEROY, M.D. (University of Virginia)
Clinical Instructror in Medicine (1967-1967).
ARMSTRONG, PATRICIA D, B.I.
Research Assistant in Psychiatry (1969-1969).
ARNETT, WILLIAM TOBIAS, M.A. Arch.
Professor of Architecture; Dean Emeritus. College of
Architecture and Fine Arts (1933-19451.
ARNOLD, CALVIN EUGENE. Ph.D. (Michigan Stale University)
Assistant Professor iAssistanr Horticulturist) IfAS. (1969-1969).
ARNOLD, LUTHER A., Ed.D. (Universily of Florida)
Associate Professor of Education (1958-19581.
ARRINCTON, LEWIS ROBERTS, Ph.D (Univernty of Floridai
Professor of Animal Science and Animal Nutritionist,
IFAS(1946-1967).
ASH. IAMES L M.H.A.
Assistant Director Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics and
Assistant Professor. Health and Hospital Administration.
ASHLEY ROBERT. N D (Universill of Florida]
Intern in Surgery
ATKINS. CEDRICK DONALD. B.5.
Professor iChemist), IFAS. DC, Agrcultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred (1951-19511.
ATKINSON. SAMIUEL C M.D. (Tulane Un sersily
Clinical Instructor in Surgery IHEP- (1969-1969)
ATTAWAY. JOHN ALLEN. Ph.D iDuke University)
Associate Professor (Associate Chemistl. IFAS, DC,
Agricultural Research and Ed'cational Center, Lake
Alfred. 17959-1964).
'TWOOD, I WESLEY. M.D. lUniversity of Tennessee)
Resident in Radiology 11969-7969).
ATWOOD. SUE C, M.D. (Unisersily of Tennesseel
Resident in Psychiatry 17969-1969)
AUFFENBERG WALTER. Ph.D IUniversity of Floridal
Curator of Herperology and Chairman of Department of
Natural Sciences florida Stare Museum. Professor Zoology
17956-79681
AULT, JANET Ph D IPennsylvania Stale Universily)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
AUSNESS. RICHARD CHRISTIAN, J.D. [University of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Lass (1968-19681.
AUSTIN. IAMES I. M.E E
Associate in Neuroscience 1968-1971J.
AUSTIN. OLIVER LUTHER IR. Ph. D. (Harvard University)
Curator of Ornithology. Florida Stare Museum; Associate
Professor of Zoology 11957- 1962).
4\ERN B LLYE ) M Ed
Associate in Psychiatry 17970-1970).
AVILA, DONALD LEE. Ed.D. (University of Nebraskal
Professor of Education 11963-19701.
AYLSWORTH ARTHUR S., M.D (University oi Pennsylvania)
Clinical Felloss and Trainee in Pedratrics 1968-19691.
AfOUB. ELIA NM Mi D American University of Beirut)
Professor of Pediatrics 11969-19691.
BABER-, HENRN I., M D. ICornell Universityl
Clincal Professor in Surgery 17959-1969).
BACALLAO. ELOV R D.V M iUniversity of Havanal
Research Associate and Manager in Primate Research Facility
17966-19681
BACHMAN. KERMIT C.. Ph D IUniversily ol Marylandl
Assistant Professor tAssistant Biochemisr). I4AS (1971-1971).
BACON PHILIP. Ph.D. (University of Tennessel
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1965-19681.
BADMAN, W SUE, Ph.D. Universill of Florida)
Research Associate in Zoology (1968-19681.
BAER. HERMAN, M.D. fBasle)
Director of Clinical Microbiology and Associate Professor of
Immunology and Medical Mfcrobiolog) 11966-19701.
BAETV, RUTH M A.T
Interim Assistant Professor of English (7971-1971).
BAGNALL. LARRY OWEN, Ph.D. ICornell Universityl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer) IFAS,
11969- 1969J.
BAILEY, ROBERT LEO M.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (1960-1967).






STAFF AND FACULTY


BAILEY, RONALD BERESFORD, Ph.D. (University of Illinoisl
Associate Professor of Social Science and Political Science
and Assistant Dean. University College (1971-1971..
BAILEY. THOMAS LEE, III, Ph.D. (Universily of Chicago)
Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering 11953-1963 ).
BAIR, MYRA LOUISE, M.A. (Michigan Slale Universitiy
Instructor of Physical Education (1970-19701.
BAIRD, CARL DIRELLE, M.S.E (University of Florida)
Research Instructor. Agricultural Engineering. IFAS
(1968-7969)
BAKER, FRANK SLOAN, IR., M S.A
Professor, (Animal Husbandman., IFAS Agricultural Research
and Educational Center. Quinmc (7945-7963.1.
BAKER, HENRY, M.A
Interim Instructor in Social Science 11971-19711
BAKER. MELVIN CHARLES, Ed.D. lUniversity of Illinoisi
Professor of Education and Assistant Dean College of
Education 1952-1963).
BAKER, ROY M., M.D. IEmory Univers.lli
Clinical Assistant Professor in Pediatrics 11969-19691
BALDWIN. DAVID HALE, Ph.D. (Unnersir\ of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering (1966-1966).'
BALDWIN, FLETCHER NATHANIEL, JR.. LL 1M.
Professor of law 11962-19681.
BALDWIN, LLOYD BARRINGTON, M.Ag.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer IFAS,
t1967-19671.
BALDWIN, NANCY, Ed D. IUnlrersilt of Floridal
Assistant Professor oi Education (1970-71970'.
BALERDI, CARLOS FRANCISCO. Ph.D ILouisiana Slate
University
Assistant Professor I Assistant Horticulturistl IFAS. Agricullural
Research Center, Leesburg (1966-19661
BALISON, IEFFREY R., M.D. (University of Chicago)
Resident in Surgery 119701.
BALL, IOSEPH EDWARD, M.S.
Assistant to the Director. Division of Housing (1970-19701.
BALLARD, STANLY SUMNER. Ph.D (University of Californiai
Professor of Physics 11958-19711.
BANKS. SAMUEL A., Ph.D. University of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Medicine 1962-1970,
BARANOWSKI. RICHARD MATTHEW. Ph D. IUrnerslt of
Connecticul)
Professor fEntomologisl. IFAS, Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Homestead 1956-7967
BARD, DAVID S., M.D. IColumbia Collegei
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Cynecology 11970-19701
BARD, EVA SPERK, M.D. University of Erlangen GermanyM
Resident in Pathology (1970-1971)
BAREFOOT, SHERWOOD, W., M.D. IGeorge Washinglon
University)
Resident in Surgery (1970- 1970).
BARGER, BENJAMIN, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Student Mental Health Sernice. Chiel.
Mental Health Project. Professor of Psychology
BARINGER WILLIAM ELDON, Ph.D. (Uniersity of Illinois)
Professor of Social Sciences (11947-19491
BARNARD. GEORGE W.. M.D. rUniversity of North Carolinal
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Chief, Psychiatric
Inpatient Unit (1963-1968).
BARNETT, RONALD DAVID, Ph.D. (Purdue University
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomisti, IFAS, North
Florida Experiment Station (1970-1970)
BARON. VIRGINIA. M.N.
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing (1970- 19701
BARRON, DONALD H.., Ph.D. Iale University)
Professor in Obstetrics and Cynecology (1969-19691.
BARRON. RODGER WILLIAM. B A.
Instructor (Assistant m Chemistry) IFAS, DC. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, lake Alfred (1956-19561.
BARROW. MARK V., M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor in Medicine 11966-19691.
BARTHOLIC, ION F., Ph.D. iSouth Dakota Slate Universityl
Associate Professor (Associate Climatologist), IFAS
(1971-19711.


BARTLETT BEVERLY .F M.S.
Research Assistant 17969 79691
BARTLETT, IOHN W, At D. Universal of Floridal
Chief Resident of Pediatrics (1969-1970l.
BARTLETT, MARION CLEMENT M E E.
Associate in Engineering in Electrical
Engineering 1 970-19701.
BARTLETT, STEVEN IAMES. Ph.D rUniersali of ParisI
\isitrng Assistant Professor of Phlosophy i 1971-1971 .
BARTLETT. THOMAS GEORGE, B S
Head Basketball Coach 17966 19661.
BARTLEY ERNEST R Ph.D Universirv ol Californiai
Professor of Poliical Science 1949-19551."
BARTON MAURICE ARTHUR, M D iBoston Unnersirt
Clinical Associate Protessor I 1968-19691
BARTON. PAULINE HINTON, Ed D ILiUnersity of Floridal
Associate Protessor College or Nursing 1959-79651
BARTZ. IERRN A. Ph.D iUn;\crstnr ol Misconsini
Assistant Professor I Assistant Plant Pathologisti, IFAS
,1969-19691
BASKIN, ALMA1 DEAN B A
Research Assistant in Medicine 1967- 19671.
BASSETT MARI\ JULIAM. Ph D lUniversir ot htarylandi
Assistant Protessor I.Asssitanr Horticulturist I iFA 1970-1970;
BATES ROBERT PARKER, Ph D iN I.T.)
Assistant Professor 4Assistant Food Scientisto. 11967-1967)
BATES ROGER CORDON Ph D. IDuke Universitvi
Professor of Cherrnsirt 1969 19691.
BATES, STANLEY RAYMOND Ph D. tUniversiil ol Floridal
Research Instructor in Metallurgical and
Alaterals Engineering 1lQ69- 19701
BATTISTE MERLE ANDRE\. Ph D iColumbia Universiiry
Professor of Chemistry 7961-190'L
BAUGHrMAN RONALD A D D S. (Medcal
College ol \ rgindi;
4Assisant Prolessor or Oral Patholog) 19'-1971).
BALUER C HARRV III B 5 B A.
Director oi Purchasing I 1965 79661
BAXTER CHARLES STUART, Ph D. IUnlrersily ol Londoni
Interim Assistant Professor or Chemistry i19'71-197.1
B4XTER JOANNE B N
instructor College of Nursing 1971.19711
BAXTER IOHN FRANKLIN Ph D IJohns-Hopkins, D Sc.
iHonorari IBerhans i
Professor ol Chemistr i 1952-521
BAXTER METTA LUCILLE M.A.
Assisiani Professor of Ph sical Theraps V A. i 1967-1967l
BAZER TULLER \ \RREN Ph.D. iNorlh Carolina Universiey)
Assistant Professor i ssistani Animal Physiologist; IFAS
,1968-1968B
BEACH ROBERTO
Director and Assistant Professor of Medical
Illustrations 17956-19621
BEADLING. LESLIE W M D.
Assistant Professor in Obstetrics and Gsnecologv 119711

BEAM, BURTON. IR.. M B.A (UniersltI ol Oregoni
Assistant Professor of Insurance 119?0- 1970).
BEARD PERCY MORRIS At S
Associate Professor ol Professional Ph sical
Education. Assistant Athletic Director.
Division of Inler-Collegiate Athletics 1 1936 19691
BEARDSLE\, DANIEL WALDO Ph.D tUniversiy oi Illinoisi
Professor .Animal Nutrionilsr and Director I 45.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Belle
Clad 1949-19681
BEASLE'. WILLIAM I.. Ph.D IUniveisily of Georgial
Postdoctoral Fellow in Immunologs and Aedical MAcro-
biology (19'0-19701
BEAUVAIS. JUNET. 4 B
Instructor. College of Nursing 1968-1968i




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STAFF AND FACULTY


BECHT PAUL ANTHONY. M.Ed.
Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1968-19681.
BECKER. CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D Universily of Floridal
Professor of Pharmacy and Chairman of Department I1947-
19611
BECKER JOHN EMIL. Ph.D ;Ohio State Uniersityl
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education 7971-
19711.
BECKNELL, IERRV LOIS. B.S
Captain, L S Army. Assistant Professor of Military
Science (1969-19691
BECKNER. JOHN, B SA
Research Associate in Botany IFAS (1965-19651
BEDNAREK. ALElANDER ROBERT Ph D IUniversity of
Buttaloi
Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of Department
10963-19691
BEEMAN CARL EDGAR Ed D ICornell Universilvi
Assislant Professor of Education 1196- 196""
BEGELMAN, KENNETH. M D IUniversi\ o1 Chicagol
Intern in Surgery
BEGGS JOHN H i D iUniversity oi Minnesotai
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery i1963-19671
BEIRNE, RAYMOND MICHAEL. hM A
Associate Professor of English 11954- 1969
BEISTLE. GERALD MICHAEL. rM A
Instructor in Humanrites 1964-1966'
BELKIN DANIEL A Ph D IUniversity of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Physiology 1961-19661
BELL. BRUCE H. D M D ITutts University,
Professor and Chairman. Department of General Dentistry.
College of Dentistrys 1968-19681.
BELL ROBERT E M D IBov.man-Gray School ol Medicinei
Clinical Assistant Professor t19.0- 1970
BELL, WILLIAM R M D IDuke University
Associate Clinical Professor in Pediatrics 11969-19701
BELLER. RONALD E.. M.B.A
Graduate Research Associate. Health and Hospital
Administration 11966-19701
BELTRANENA, HUMBERTO I. M.D IHaana Universily
Resident in Anesthesiology 11969- 19691
BENGISON. GEORGE Ph D iale University
Associate forester, Tennessee Valley Authorityl 1968-19681
BENNETT. GERALD THOMAS, I.D IUniversit of Floridal
Associate Professor of Law (1968-19717
BENNETT. LINDA LEE. M S
Counselor-Teacher. Division of Housing
BENNETT. ROBERT BROADHURST Ph D IPurdue Universily
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1953-1953;
BENNETT. SILAS FLEMING. B.S L S
Assistant Director of Libraries 11964-19691
BENNINGER. LAWRENCE I., Ph D Universit of Missourii
Professor of Accounting 1956-1959)
BENSON LESTER LEON, B.S.
Assistant Professor 1Assistant Meteorologist) IfAS, NfV S
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Lakeland.
11956-1956)
BENTLEY GEORGE ROBERT Ph D IUniversity on Wisconsini
Professor of Social Sciences and Acting Dean, University
College 11938-19701
BENZ WILLIAM PATRICK. M PH
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 11951-19551
BERARDO, FLEIX M., Ph D. IFlorida State Universilyi
Associate Professor or Sociology (1969-19691
BERCAW. BEAUREGARD L M.D IUniversity olt Sirginiai
Clinical Fellow .n Medicine (1967- 1969.
BERG. SANFORD % Ph D l'ale Uninersity
Assistant Professor of Economics (1971-19711.
BERGER RICHARD DONALD. Ph D IUniversi of Wisconsinl
Assistant Professor Assistanr Plant Pathologisfi. IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Belle Glade
1796'-79671
BERNARD DONALD HARR'. Ed D IColumbia Universilyi
Assistant Proressor of Education 11969-19691
BERNARD. WILLIAM B Ir I D iLlniverii ot Floridai
Interim Inrsru ftor in La\ 1 19." 1-19717


BERNER, LEWIS, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Director of Division of Biological Sciences,
Professor of Zoology and Entomology (1964-1970).
BERNSTEIN, JERALD J., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Neuroscience and of Anatomical
Science and Ophthalmology (1965-1970).
BERNSTEIN, MARY ELIZABETH, M.A.
Research Asssisant in Ophthalmology (1967-1968).
BERNSTEIN. STUART P.. M.D. (George Washington University)
Clinical Instructor 11968-19681.
BERRY, ROY CHARLES. B.S., Major, U.S. Army
Assistant Professor of Military Science (1970-1970).
BERTRAND. jOSEPH E., Ph.D ILouisiana Slale university)
Associate Professor tAssociate Animal Screntist;, ItAS
Agricultural Research Center, lay (1966-1966).
BESSENT. HATTIE. Ed.D (University of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).
BESSETTE. LEO, B BA
financial Aid Counselor 11953-19611.
BETANCOURT, OSCAR, MD (Universiy of Illinois)
Intern in Pediatrics 11970.-970)
BETHEA SALLY BROOK M.L.S..
Associate Librarian. Catalog (1959-1970).
BEVIS. HERBERT ANDERSON, Ph.D. IUniversity of Florida)
Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering 11961-1964).
BEYETTE, THOMAS KENT, Ph.D. (University of Texas).
BIEBER. JEROME B.. Ph.D IS U.N.Y. at Buftalol
Assistant Pofessor of History (1969-1969).
BIERY. IOHN CARLTON. Ph D Ilowa State University)
Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chairman of the
Department 11971-19771
BIGELOW GORDON ELLSWORTH, Ph D Ilohns Hopkins
Linslersll I
Professor of English 1951-196') "
BIGGS. ROBERT HILTON, Ph.D. IPurdue University)
Professor (Bochemist IF AS 11957-19691
BIGGS THOMAS S. R L L B..
Unitersity Arrorney (1969-19691
BILLEN DANIEL A. PhD University of Tennessee)
Research Professor of Radiation Biology and of Immunology
and Medical Microbiology. (1966-1966).
BILLINGS. CHARLES M., M A
Instructor of English i971-1971).
BIRNDORF LAWRENCE A, M D. (University of Michiganl
Resident in Ophrhalmolog) ( 970-19701.
BISHOP. BERNA'S. M.P H
Assistant Professor in Physical Education and Golf Coach
1962 19671
BITTNER. LINDA L., M P H University of Florida)
Instructor ot Pysical Education (1971-19711.
BITZER. E. WEST, M D.. (University of Virginal
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery 11966-1969J.
BLACK. FRANKLIN O, Mh.D University of Missouri)
Associate Professor of Surgery 11971-19711.
BLACK HAROLD A M.A. LOh.o Slale Universily)
Assistant Professor of Economics 11971-1971).
BLACK, KENNETH LERON. L.L.B.
Professor of Law (1949-1952).
BLACKBURN, ROBERT D., M S.
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomist). IfAS.
LISDA, Agricultural Research Center, Ft. Lauderdale
(1960-1967J
BLAIR, BILLY R., M.A.T.
Coordinator of Special Programs, Division of Continuing
Education (1970-19701.
BLAIR JAMES GLEN. B.S..
Associate Professor (Associate Mechanical Engineer). tEAS,
DC. Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake
Alfred 1962-1962).
BLAIR, ROGER DUNCAN. Ph.D. (Michigan State Universityl
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-19701.
BLAKE. ROBERT GEORGE, Ph D IUniversily of Florida)
Associate Professor ol Mathematics (1943-19551.
BLAKEY ARCH FREDRIC, Ph.D. (Florida Stale Universityl
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Adviser f1969-19691.






STAFF AND FACULTY


BLANCHARD, FRANK NELSON, Ph.D. (University of Michigani
Associate Professor of Geology (1958-19691.
BLANK, HENRY S. M.D. (George Washington University)
Clinical Instructor (1968-1969).
BLANTON, FRANKLIN S., Ph.D. (Cornell Unisersityl
Professor of Entomology f1956-19561.
BLAZQUEZ, CARLOSH, Ph.D. (Universily of Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IFAS
Agricultural Research Center. Immokalee 1966-79661.
BLEIWEIS, ARNOLD S.. Ph.D. (Pennsylvania Stale Universityl
Assistant Professor, Microbiology, College of Arts and
Sciences. Assistant Bacterrologist, IFAS
(196"7. 9671i.
BLOCK, ALBERT C., Ed.D. (University of Miamm)
Assistant Professor of Education 1966-19671.
BLOCK. ALAN JAY, hM D. (Johns Hopkins University,
Assistant Professor of Medicine 1970-19701.
BLOCK, GERTRUDE HECT. M A.
Instructor in English 196"-7967).
BLOCK. SEYMOUR STANTON, Ph D iPennsylvania Stale
Universilyl
Professor of Chemical Engineering 11944-7966).
BLODGETT, RALPH HAMILTON. Ph.D. (Universily ol Pennsy.
Ivanial
Professor of Economics (1950 79501.
BLOOD, ARTHUR M. Mi IEmory UnIversalr
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 1968-1968J.
BLOODWORTH, BERTHA ERNESTINE, Ph.D IUnniersity ol
Flornda
Assistant Professor ol English 11961-1961.1
BLOODWORTH. SHIRLEY
Instructor, College of Nursing 1968-19681.
BLOODWORTH, THOMAS H. M A
Assistant Director of Personnel 1963-19651.
BLOOM, GERALD EDWARD M.D IUnnersiyl of Marylandl
Associate Professor of Pediatrics i1968-1970l
BLUE, RICHARD ARTHUR, Ph D lUniversty of Wisconsinm
Assistant Professor of Physics (1966- 19661
BLUE, WILLIAM GUARD, Ph.D. LUniversilt of Missouri
Professor (Soil Biochemistl, I.AS 11950-1963
BLUME. ROBERT ALLEN, Ph.D IUniversit or Michigani
Assistant Professor of Education. ( 1969- 19691.
BLYE. CAUNCILLE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of English 11971.19,71
BLYTHE. RUDOLPH H., Pharm D. tColumbia Uni.ersilty
Assistant Dean. College of Pharmac), and Assocate Professor
of Pharmacy (796?- 1970)
BOARDMAN, GERALD RAN Ph D IUniversilr ot Wiscons.ni
Assistant Professor of Educarion 1969- 19t91.
BOBBIN. RICHARD P. Ph D. (Tulane Uninersilri
Postdoctoral Fellow in Surger) 11969-19691.
BOCK. DOUGLAS GREGORY, Ph.D ISoulhern Illinois
Universitvi
assistantt Professor ol Speech 1971-19.'ll
BOCK, E. WILBUR. Ph.D. (lowa Stale Universitly
Assistant Professor of Sociology 11963-19641.
BODINE, WILLIS RAMSEN, JR.. M.M
Associate Professor of Music (1959-196'l.
BOEWADT, ROBERT I., Ph.D. tMichigan Slate Universilvi
Assistant Professor of Marketing 17970-1970)
BOLCH, WILLIAM EMMETT, Ph.D iUniersity of Calilornial
Associate Professor of Ens ironmental Engineering 11966-1970.1.
BOLDUC, JOSEPH ELROY. Ed D. (University oi Tennessee)
Assistant Professor of Education 11969-19691.
BOLLES, ROBERT STEPHEN, Ed D IColumbia LIniversityl
Dean, College of Architecture and Fine Arts, Professor ot
Music (1948-19661.
BOLT, JOHN ., J.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Assistant Professor in Lass 1970-1971 ).
BONNEVILLE, DOUGLAS A., Ph.D. (Ohio State Universityl
Associate Professor of French 11963-19681.
BORCHARDT, DONNA 1 M.L S
Assistant Librarian, Architecture and Fine Ars 11971-1971).
BOSS, BARBARA JANET. M.N.
Instructor. College of Nursing I 1971-1971).


BOSTWICK. lAMES BURDETE, B A
Coordinator of Special Programs, Division of Continuing
Education (1969-1969)
BOUDIN. HENRY MORTON. Ph.D IUniversily ol Michigani
.Assistant Professor of Education (1970 19'0I.
BOWDEN. OE ALLEN. Ph D (University of North Dakotal
Research Associate in Biochemistry 1968-1968 .
BOWERS. ROBERT HOOD. IR Ph D iYale Universilty
Professor of English and Curator of Rare Book s 119-6-19551
BOWLES. RICHARD WILLIAM, M.S
Professor of Music 11958-19671.
BOWMAN EARL k, B S ~Virginia Polylechnic Inslilulel
Associate Industrial Engineer: USDA, Associate Professor,
IFAS. 1957-195'1.
BOWMAN, JOHN F., D.M D iTufts University)
Associate Professor and Chairman Division of Complete
Denture Prosthodonrics, College of Dentistry 11969-1969,
BO\\MAN. THOMAS THEODORE. Ph D ITulane University
Assistant Professor of Marhematics 1970-19701
BOYCE I R. M A
Assistant Professor or Archriecture 1 1971-19711
BOUNCE RICHARD P. Ph.D. Iale Unisersil i
Professor ol Biochemstry 1971-19771
BOYD. CHARLES W. M D
Clinical Associae ,n Ophthalmolog I 1968 1968
BOND CLIFFORD ALLEN. Ed.D IBoston Universilti
Dean, College or Ph sical Education. Health and Recreation
and Professor of Professional Physical Education r 1950-19701.
BOND FREDERIC Tilghman, Ph.D iLnilerslil of Wisconsinl
Professor I Agronomist' IFAS (7938-1959 "
BOYD, ROBERT S. M A
Assistant Professor in journalism and Communications
,1968-19b81
BO'iKIN \VILLlANMHENRN JR. PhD Sianlord Unrverstyll
Assistant Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 11967-1967)
BRAC., RANDOLPH JR MED
Project Director Student Sernices for Disadtantaged
Students 19"'i19711
BRADBUR' ROBERT WESLEN, Ph.D IUniveisily of Michigani
Professor of Economics College of Business Administrairon
7195071952'
BRADDOCK ROBERT JAMES Ph.D iL'niersily of Michiganl
Assistant Professor .Assistant Food Scientistr IFAS. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred 11970-1970)
BRADLEN RICHARD EUGENE, D V M Ph.D Unrersir ot
Georg.ai
Associate Proressor IAisociate Parasitologisti. Institute of
Food and agricultural Sciences 11965 19691
BRADSHAW JAMES PHILIP NI A M.S in L.S
Associate Professor of English 1946-19591.
BRADN LOUIS P Mi D iEmory Unn\ersityl
BRAD\ PATRICK C., M D INev lerses College of Medicinel
Res.den .n Meducine 1968-1969)
BRANCH, DAN PALILK. M.S
Associate Professor of Architecture 1961-79671 "
BRANCH, JOHN T. IR MB A
Coordinator of Special Programs Division of Continuing
Education 11958-19661
BRANCH SONN AM MS
Assistant Librarian. Referencesand Biblrographl (1966-1966;"
BRANTLEN RICHARD ESTES, Ph.D iPrinceton University
Assistant Professor of English 71969-19691.
BRASHEAR, BILL~ MD ILousville Universit I
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1196'- 967).
BRASK, WILLARD JOHN CUSTA\ E, M MN
Associate Professo' nf tM.,,c 17963-79685
BRASWELL ROBERT N., Ph.D. tOklanoma Slale Universilyi
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Chairman
of the Department 1964-1965)
BRAUNINGER. GORDON E M D iColumbia Lnisersiltl
Resident in Ophthalmology (1970. 19701
BRECHNER. BE\ERLN LORRAINE Ph D. ILouisiana Slate)
Associate Professor of Mathematics I 1968-1971).
BREDAHL. A CARL Ph D Pillsburgh Uni.ersiltl
Assistant Professor of English 11970-1970)













BREIVOGEL. WILLIAM FRANCIS. Ed.D. (Rutgers University)
Assistant Professor of Education (1966-1966).
BRELAND, HERMAN LEROY. Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor (Soil Chemist), IFAS Agricultural Ev-
periment Stations (1952-1966)
BRENDEMUEHL. RAYMOND HUGO, Ph.D lowa State
University
Associate Forester, U.S Dept of Agriculture
BREY WALLACE. SIEGFRIED, IR Ph D UniversilV ot
Pennsylvanial
Professor of Chem.srr) (1952- 1964J.
BREZONIK. PATRICK LEE. Ph.D IUniversity ol Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of after Chemistry, Department of
Environmental Engineering (1966-19701.
BRIDGES, CHARLES MARTIN, IR., Ed.D. iUniversiit of
Tennessee)
Associate Professor, College of Education 17966-7966).
BRIGHAM, EUGENE F., Ph.D. IUniersiry ol California at
Berkeleyt
Graduate Research Professor 11977-19711.
BRILL, HOWARD W., I D IUniversity ol Floridai
Interim Instructor in Lawv, (1971-19" l.
BRILL, THOMAS M.D. University ol Michiganl
Clinical Associate Prolessor of Pediatrics 11959- 1969) *
BRINSON, CARYL ANN, M A T
Instructor in Comprehensive Logic (1971-7971 .
BRISTOR JOHN D.. M S
Professor of Building Construction (1963-19711
BRODE, PETER E., M D IHamburg)
Research Fellow m Pediatrics (1969- 1969i.
BRODERSEN. ARTHUR JAMES, Ph D (University ol Calilorniai
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering I 1966-19691
BRODIE, BRUCE R.. M D. (Washington Universityl
Intern in Medicine '1970-1970).
BRODKORB. PIERCE M D. (Universit of Michigani
Professor of Zoology (1946-19551
BRODNAX, HENRY DOSS, IR M.S IUnnersil' of Georgial
Instructor (Assrstant in Agricultural Economicsl USDA, IFAS.
(1966-179661
BROGDON lAMES EDISON, M Agr
Professor iEntomologist) IFAS 7955-19661.
BROLMANN, JOHANNES BERNARDUS, Ph D iUniversily ol
.Floridai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Legume Breeder) IFAS Agrr,
cultural Research Center. Ft. Pierce 11969- 79691
BROOKBANK, IOHN WARREN, Ph.D. iCalifornia Institute of
Technology
Professor of Zoology 1955-1968).
BROOKE. DONALD LLOYD. Ph.D. (University of Illinoisi
Professor (Agricultural Economist'. IFAS 17946-19621
BROOKEMAN, JAMES R Ph D lUnlersilt of Sanl
Andrews, Scollandi
Interim Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (197191971,.
BROOKEMAN, VALERIE ANNE, Ph.D IUniversily of S Andrews
Scollandi
',sliing Assistant Professor in Radiaiion Brophy sics
(1968- 19701.
BROKER, JOHN RAYMOND, M S A. (Uniersity of Floridal
Instructor (Assistant in agricultural Economics USDA IFAS
(1969- 1969.1.
BROOKER. MARVIN A, Ph.D (Cornell Universil))
Professor (Head, Academic Development Program). IFAS
11927-1956)
BROOKS. HAROLD KELLY. Ph D. IHarvard Uniersitl
Professor of Geology (71956-1962).
BROOKS. JAMES KEITH. Ph.D IOhio Slatel
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1967-1969).
BROOKS. ROBERT FRANKLIN. Ph D (Universit of Wisconsinl
Professor IEntomolog) st) IFAS, Agricutural Research and
Educational Center, Lake Alfred I 7960-1971
BROOKS, THURSTON L.. R B S
Statistician II. Florida Department of Citrus, IFAS. 11963-19661
BROW.RD, CHARLES P. M Ed.
Teacher, P K Ionge 11970 1970)
BROWN. BOB BURTON. Ph D. lUniversity of Wisconsinl
Professor of Education (1965-1968.1.


BROWN, CORRINE, M.Ed.
Counseling Coodinator, Special Services for Disadvantaged
Students f1971-1971).
BROWN, DAVID C., M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor, IHEP (1966-1970).
BROWN. DONALD EDWARD, M.Ed.
Assistant Coach (1962-1962)
BROWN, GEORGE ELDON, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist) IFAS, DS,
Agricultural Resarch and Educational Center, Lake Alfred
1965-19701.
BROWN, HENRY CLAY, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of
Chemistry 1952-1956).
BROWN, IAMES ALBERT. M.S. (University of Georgia)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economist),
IFAS. 11977-7977 .
BROWN. lEAN WOODLEY. M. Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1967-1968).
BROWN. JOSEPH C M.D ILoma Linda University)
Resident in Anesthesiology 11968-19681
BROWN ROBERT GLENN. M.D (Duke University)
Resident in Surgery ( 1968-1970).
BROWN, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Ph.D. (State University of New
York
Assistant Professor of Speech (1968-1970).
BROWN. WOODROW WILSON, M. Ag.
Professor (Slate 4-H Club Leader), IfAS, (1943-1950).
BROWNER MARGARET STELLA, B.S.
Assistant in Entomology. IfAS 11970-1970).
BROWNING. CHARLES BENTON. Ph D. (Kansas Stale)
Professor and Dean for Resident Instruction, IFAS (1966-1969).
BROYLES ARTHUR AUCUSTUS, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Physics and Physical Sciences 11949-1961).*
BRUCE. WILLIAM ALVIN. Ph D lOhio Slale)
Research Associate, Citrus Experiment Station, IFAS
11969-19691
BRUEGGEMAN, WILLIAM B. Ph.D. (Ohio Stale University)
Assistant Professor of Finance (1970-19701.
BRUMBELOW, CONCEPCION C. M.D. (University of Santo
Tomasl
Resident in Anesthesiology (1970-1970).
BRUNO FREDRICK P MS
Research Instructor in Radiation Physics 11965-1970).
BRUNO IEAN C IS (lUniversilyof Florida)
Assistant in Immunologn and Medical Microbiology
11970-19701.
BRYAN. HERBERT HARRIS. Ph.D (Cornell University)
Assistant Professor A.ssistant Horticulturist) Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Homestead 11964-1964).
BRVAN. PATRICIA FREDERICKS, M. Ed.
Interim Instructor in Humanities (1967-1967)."
BRtAN. ROBERT ARMISTEAD, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky)
Associare ice President and Professor of English 1'957-79711.
BRYANT, DAVID RAYMOND, JR., A B.
Administrative Assistant Ill, IFAS (1958-1958).
BRYANT, MICHAEL LEE, J.D.
Interim Assistant Professor of Law 11969-19701.
BUCHANAN. DAVID WAYNE, Ph.D. IRurgers University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist). IFAS, (1967-1967).
BUCHER. JOHN F. D.D S. (Pittsburgh University) M.S. (University
of Michigan)
Associate Professor and Chairman, Division of Endodontics,
College of Dentistry 11969-1969)
BUCHMAN. ELLEN U. B.S.
Assistant in Surgery 1 1969-1970).
BUCK ANITA H., M.A.
Instructor of Education 11971-1971).
BUCK. DOUGLAS LLOYD. B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Communications Specialist)
IFAS 1965-1965).
BUFFINCTON, DENNIS ELVIN, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering. IFAS
(1971.19711.
BULLARD, BARCLAY STITH, M.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1968-1968).


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STAFF AND FACULTY


BULLARD, WILLIAM ROTCH, JR., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Chairman of the Depart-
ment of Social Sciences and Associate Curator, Florida Stare
Museum (1969-19691.
BULLPEN, RIPLEY PIERCE, M.E
Curator of Anthropology. FJorida Stale Museum 11952-7952).
BULLOCK, LYNDAL MARVIN. Ed.D. lUniversity of Kansas)
Assistant Professor of Education (7969-79691.
BULLOCK. ROBERT CROSSLY Ph.D. (University of
Connecticul)
Associate Professor tAssociate Entomologist) IFAS Agricultural
Research Center. Ft. Pierce 11961-19611
BULLOCK, THOMAS EDWARD IR. Ph D. IStanford Unisersilyi
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering; Associate
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences 1966-19691.
BUNN, JACK C., M D. IHarvard Universel i
Resident in Opthalmology 11970- 19'0)
BUNTING. DONALD CHARLES, M.S.
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences (1948-1977
BURCHARDT, HANS, M.S.
Instructor in Surgery (7968-1969).
BURDINE, HOWARD WILLIAM, Ph.D iCornell Uni.ersalr
Professor (Soils Chemist; I AS Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Belle Glade (7955-1968).
BURGESS, PAUL P.. L. Th.. M.S.P H IUniversily ol Norlh
Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology 11970 19701.
BURGIS. DONALD STAFFORD. M.S.A
Associate Professor (Associate Horticulturist) IFAS, Agrrculural
Research and Educational Center, Bradenton 11946-19691
BURNES, JAMES ALTON, D., Phil (Oxford Unnsersilii
Professor of Lan (1968-1968).
BURNETT, HARRY COPPIN. M.S.
Associate Plant Pathologist Div. of Plant Industry i 1968- 9681
BURNS, AUGUSTUS MERRIMON. Ill, Ph D iUnirersila of North
Carolinal
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Histor r 196"-1967i
BURNS. JAMES FRANKLIN. Ph.D (Massachusetts Insillule of
Technology)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Sistems Engineering
(1966-1969).
BURNS, JOHN IOSEPH. JR. Ph.D. (Universitl of Colorado'
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1967-1967).
BURNS, WILLIAM CALVIN, MI S
Assistant Professor (Assistant Anarmal Husbandsman and
Center Director. IFAS, USDA, Brooks lle Beef Cairle Research
Station 1957-19571.
BURNSED. DAVID W., M.D. lUniversiiy of Florida,
Resident in Psychiatry)11970-19701.
BURT, EVERT OAKLEY. Ph.D. IOhio Stale UniversiI I
Professor (Ornamental HorticulturistI IFAS agricultural
Research Center, Ft. lauderdale (i1962-19691.
BURTON, CLAUDE C M D IUniersil oI hlarVlandi
Clinical Professor in Surgers (1964-19691.
BUSBY, JOE NEIL, Ph D lUniersil, of Floridal
Professor, Dean for Cooperative Extension Sersices IFAS, and
Dean for Continuing Education 11947-19701
BUSBV. WALTER A., Ed.D IMichigan Slate Unisersitli
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-19681
BUSHKIN, FREDERIC M D. iHoward Uniersitl\
Resident in Surgery
BUSHNELL, DAVID, Ph.D. IHarvard University)
Professor of History 11963-1968).
BUSK. GAIL SUSAN, M.Ed. (UniversitS ol Florida)
Instructor of Architecture 11968-19681.
BUSLIG, BELA STEPHEN. M S.
Assistant Professor, IFAS, DC Agricultural Research and
Educational Center, lake Alfred 1967-19671
BUTLER, ARTHR G, Ph.D. IUniversity of Florida?
Assistant Professor of Management 11969-79701.
BUTLER, GEORGE BERGEN. Ph.D. (Universiry of North Carolina)
Professor of Chemistry and Research Professor (1946-1957).
BUTLER, GLENN A, Ed.D IOklahoma Stale Universityl
Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
(7966-1969).


BUTLER, JERRY FRANK. Ph.D iCornell Uniersitr I
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologistr IFAS 1 968-19681.
BUTLER, SHERMAN LINVILLE. M.L.S
Assistant Librarian. Reference and Bibliography r 1968-1968).
BUTSCHER WILLIAM M D Ileflerson Medical Collegei
Clinical Associate professor of Pediatrics 1964. 19691
BUTT. ARNOLD FREDERICK, M.A.
Professor of Architecture and Chairman of Department of
Architecture 1967-1969).
BUTTERWORTH, JAMES DONALD Ph.D INorlh%.esern
Un sersil
Professor of Marketing and Chairman of Department of
Marketing i1955-9581.
BUTTON IOHN ROBERT iSania Fe Ir College
Assistant in Opthalmologs 11971-19"1)
BUTTON, ROBERT ADAM M Ltt
Director UniversitV Personnel Relations i 1963 1965'.
BRON. KENNETH HUGH Ph.D iUnneriry or Floridai
Associate Professor of English Adsiser I1 9b 19.01.
B\ OET PAUL, M D Ph D IUnirsilI of Leyden The
Nelherlandsl
Associate Professor. Dfiision of Biological Sciences and
.Associate Professor of Patholog) 1961-196'i.
BZOCH. KENNETH RUDOLPH Ph.D INorihweslern Uninersilv
Chairman and Professor, Department of Communicative
Disorders Professor of Speech. 1960. 19651
CADE. JAMES R MN D Southwestern Universtll
Associate Prpiessor and Chief of Renal Medicinei I961-1965i
CAGE BOBBI NSLE. Ph D lovsa Slate UnisersiNll
Assistant Professor of Education i 1968-19681
C HOON STUART N M D
Co-Director Student Mental Health Ser sce. Coordinalor
Communias Psichiatrs: Associate Professor of Ps chralry.
C4IN IEANNETTE THOMAS B5N
Instructor. College of Nursing '19'- 19"'
CAKE ED%1IN WOOD Ph D ICornell Uninersilvt
Professor Economist Farm Mlnagemenil IFAS I1952-1952'
CALDER%\OOD. HUGH W \ N D iLUniersilt
of Pennshlania. Associate in Anesthesiologl
11971.19"11
CALDWELL DA\ ID SELLER. Ph D IUni erilI ol Floridai
Interim Associate Professor of Speech 1969-1 l71
CALDWELL ROBERT EDWARD Ph D IPurdue Unisersil\i
Professor Soils Chemisti IFAS i1941-79681
C4LIEE LENORA N MS
Assistant Librarian Engineering and Phyircal
Science (l19"' 79' 1.
CALHOUN, FRANK G Ph D (Universi1t of Floridai
Assistant Professor i.Assistanr Soil Taxonomistl.. IFAS

CALLAHAN PHILIP S. Ph D IKansas State Lninn.eril~
Professor lEntomologisrt IF4S USDA Insect Atractanl
Behavior Research Laboorator 1969-19691
C4LLOWA' PAULINE FRANCES Ed D North Carolina Stale
Universiltir
Asso iale Professor iEilenison Home Economist Program
Deseloomenrl. IFAS. I 1968- 196 1
CALVERT DAID ICTOR PhD lowaa Stale Un.versili
Associate Professor 1Assocale Soil Chemisr If S4
Agricullural Research Center Ft Pierce (19671.968).
C ANPBELL. C RL WALTER Ph D i Purdue Universit r
Professor IHorliculturistl IF 4S Agrculural Research
and Educational Center, Homestead (1960-7970l
CAMPBELL CARL WALTER. Ph.D IPurdue Lninersiti
Professor (Horticullurist) Sub Troprcal Experiment
Station 11960- 1970
CAMPBELL. DONALD R M D. iUniversity of Floridad
Resident in Psychiatry (1969-19691
CAMPBELL HOWARD W Ph D IUniversit~ ot Californial
Interim Assistant Professor of Zoologs 119 70. 19701.
CAMPBELL, HUGH DANIEL. Ph D IUniersit of British
Columbia)
Assistant Professor or Nuclear Engineering Sciences
S1968-79681
CAMPBELL LINDSE' D MD
Clinical Associare in Psychratr r 1968-79681




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STAFF AND FACULTY


CAMPBELL, STEPHEN F., M D. (Washington University)
Intern in Medicine 17970).
CANEPA, PAUL CHARLES, M.S
Associate ,n Phf scs (7964-79771
CANFIELD, ALBERT A.. Ph.D. tUniversity ol Southern California)
Professor of Health Related Professions (1971-1971).
CANTRELL FRED H, B.S.8 A. lUnrersity of Floridal
Dean University Relatrons and Development 1196- 19681.
CAPEH4RT BARNEY L Ph D. University of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engmeering,
GENESYS 1968-1968).
CAPELLA. JOSEPH A.. M.A.
Research Instructor 11968-1970).
CARANSOS. CONSTANCE Mi S (University or Wisconsinl
Instructor of Communicative Disorders 1969-19691.
CAR4NASOS. GEORGE I I D (lohns Hopkins Unisersityi
Assistant Professor in Medicine 11965-1968).
CARDEIHAC PAUL THIERS, D.V M. ITexas A&M University
Ph D IUniversity of PennsylFaniai
associate Professor i -ssociate PharmacologrstI IFAS
17968-19681
CARITHERS, HUGH A, M D (Emory Universlll)
Clinical Associate Professor i)HEPI in Pediatrics 17968-19681
CARLISLE, VICTOR WALTER. Ph D lUniversily or Floridal
Associate Professor .Associate Soils Chemist. IFAS
(1947-1967J
CARLSON, EARL C. M.S Lt Colonel U 5 Army
Assistant Professor of Mfldarv Science
197711971).
CARLSON NORMAN GILBERT B S
Head Sport Publ)cit., assistant Athletic Director (1963-19631
CARNELL, CORBIN SCOTT Ph.D University of Floridai
Associate Professor of English. Adviser 11958-1968)
CARNES. lAMES IEROME. A B
Head Track Coach 11964-19641
CARNEN FRANCIS EDWARD MD IUniversily of Floridai
Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology r 19 70-19701.
CARPENTER JAMES WOODFORD, Ph D. IUniversilt o Floridal
Professor of Animal Science IAssociate Meat Scientist)
IFAS 11953-1977.1.
CARPENTER RONALD HENRY. Ph.D iUnlersiy ol Wisconsinl
associate Professor of Speech 11971. 1971.
CARR ARCHIE FAIRLY Ph D Unin.ersilt of Florida)
Graduate Research Professor of Zoologs and Curator ol
ZooliiLcal Sciences Florida State Museum r793 19591
CARR GLENNA DODSON Ed D. IUnn ersil oF Flondal
Assistant Professor of Education ; 1952-1959).
CARR, THOMAS DEADERICK. Ph D IUniersily of Floridai
Professor of Physics and Astronomy 11958- 1966).
CARR, WILLIAM E S., Ph.D. rDuke Unnersilyv
Assistant Professor of Zoology r 965-19661
CARRERA FRANK. III MD IEmory University)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Pschtsatry 1 1960-19701
CARROLL. EDWARD ELMER. Ph D IUniersily ol Pennsylvaniai
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering 11966-19661
CARROLL, LAN M.A
Assistant Professor Speech 11969-1969'
CARRON. HAROLD M D. iWa\ne University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Aneslhesiology 17965-19681.
CARSON ROBERT EMMETn, Ph D iUniversil ol Michigani
Professor or Humanities A4diser 1946. 19461.
CARTER, IAMES LOUIS
Assistant Dean for Student Development 11971-1977).
CARTER. TRAVIS ARDUS, Ed.D IUniversily of Florida
Associate Professor of Comprehensve Logic and Education.
Associate Counseling Psychologist. Adviser 1965-1970l.
CARTER WILLIAM E Ph D IColumbia Uninersi )
Director of the Center for Latin American Studies and
Piolessor of Anihropologs 11962- 19701i.
CASAGRANDE JEAN Ph.D. lUniversily o Indiana;
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Linguistics
(1968-71966)
CA.SE ERNEST R R M D iGeorge Washington University)
Clinical Associate in Opthalmologv 17961-1967)
C ASEN, IAN ES T M D. IAlbany Medical Collegel
Resident in Pediatrics 11970-19701


CASSELMAN, THEORN W., M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Engineer)
IFAS, Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
Belle Glade (1960-1970).
CASSIDY, LELIA BELLE, M.S.L.S.
Assrstnat Lrbrarian I ..A.S. (1970-19701.
CASSIN, BARBARA C., B.S. (Simmons College)
Research Instructor 11970-7970).
CASSIN, SIDNEY, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Professor of Physiology 1957-1969).
CASTEEL, JAMES DOYLE, Ph.D. (Peabody University)
Associate Professor of Education (11969-1969).
CASTLE JAMES R., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Resident in Medirine i1970-19701.
CATANZARO, RONALD j.. M D. (Washington University)
Clinical Associate Professor 11969-1969).
CATE, CHARLES ALLEN. Ed.D. University of TexasI
Associate Professor of Education (1953-1953)."
CATES ROBERT PAUL. ).D IUniversity of Florida)
Interim Instructor in Comprehensive Logic (1971-19711.
CATO IAMES CAREY M.S. (Texas Tech)
Instructor (Assistant in Agricultural Economics)
USDA IF45 (1969-19691.
C ATON. DONALD M.D (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Assistant Professor
in Obstetrics and Gynecology 11969-19691.
CAUTHEN, JOSEPH C.. M D (Duke Medical School, North
Carnlinai
Assistant Professor in Surgery (1970-1970).
CENTIFANTO YSOLINA M., Ph.D fUniversily of Floridal
.Assistant Professor of Ophthalmolog) and of Immunology
and Medical Microbiology ( 966-1966).
CERUTTI PETER A Ph.D University of Zurich)
Professor and Chairman of Biochemistry(1971-1971).
CESARE BURTON LEO, ML S.
Assistant Librarian. Circulation (1970-1970).
CHAIN, MOSES BENTON, M.P.H.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1964-1968).
CHALKER, PAUL, M A
Editor, L'nisersity of Florida Press (1957-19701.
CHALMERS, DAVID MARK, Ph.D. iRochesler University)
Professor of Hisror y(1955-19671.
CHAMBLESS. DONALD A, Ph.D. ITulane University)
Postdoctoral Fellow of Mathematics (7971-19711.
CHAMPION. IOHN MILLS. Ph D iPurdue University)
Chairman and Proressor of Health and Hospital
Administrarron. Professor Management 17964-79691.
CHANCE, JEAN C B S
Instructor of journalism and Communications (1969-19691.
CHANDA KAMAL CHANDRA. Ph.D. (University of Manchesler,
Englandi
Professor of Statistics 1967- 1969).
CHANCE, MARTHA j, M.S.
Teacher P.K Yonge01971-1971).
CHANG, RICHARD TAIWON, Ph D. rUniversity ol Michigan)
Associate Professor of History 1966-19701.
CHAPMAN, HERBERT LEE, IR.. Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Professor (Animal Nutrtionist) and Center Director,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, IFAS
(1951-1965).
CHAPMAN, ROV L IR. (University of Tennesseel
Resident, Anesthesiolog) (1969-1969).
CHAPMAN WILLIS HARLESTON, M.S.
Agronomist and Center Director, Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Quincy 1942-19591.
CHAYES, DOROTHY I.. M.D. (Women's Medical College of
Pennsylvaniai
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology (1966-1968).
CHELLEMI. S IOHN. D.D.S. (Universily of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology, College
or Dentistry (1970-1970).
CHEN, SU-SHING, Ph.D (University of Marylandl
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
CHEN, KWAN-VU, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of Astronomy and Physical Sciences
11963-19691.






STAFF AND FACULTY


CHEN, WAYNE H., Ph.D. (University of Washingtonl
Professor of Electrrcal Engineering and Chairman of the
Department (1952-79651.
CHENETT, EUGENE R., Ph.D. (University of Minnesotal
Professor of Electrical Engineering 11966-1966)
CHEONG, IN TAI. M D. (Seoul National University. Koreai
Resident in Pediatrics (1970-19701.
CHESBOROUGH, LOWELL D., B B IUniersity of Mhnnesolap
Assistant Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Studies
f1972-1972J.
CHESHIRE MC KINLEY, JR. IDuke UnisersiTyl
Resident in Psychiatry 1968-19681
CHEVES. FOREST A., M.S
Associate in Chemistry (1961-1970).
CHIKKAGOUDAR. MALLESHAPPA SIDRAMAPPA, Ph D.
(Karnarak University Indiai
Associate in Statistics. IFAS (968-1977.
CHILDERS, DONALD GENE. Ph.D. lUniversitl ol Southern
California)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1965-19681.
CHILDERS, IOANNE M.. M, A.
Research Assistant in Child Psychiatrr 11969- 969).
CHILDERS RICHARD C., M.D IUniversity ol Rochester1
Resident in Medicine 1 19'0-1970i.
CHILDERS, WILLIAM COLE Ph D. IUnimersitn ot FloridaI
Professor of English Adr ser i1959-1969) "
CHINNICI, JOANNE CECELIA, M.A P H.
Interim Instructor of Physical Education 1 19681.
CHIOU, GEORGE C Ph D. (Vanderbili Uniersitl I
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology (1969-19691
CHIU. TSAN-YI, M.S E
Associate in Engineering of Coastal and Oceanographic
Engineering 1959-*19701.
CHOATE, RUSH EDGAR, M.S.A.
Professor of Agricultural Engineering, IFAS '1947-19591
CHOW, ALRO) A. M.D. iDalhousie Medical Schooll
Clinical Fello in Medicine (1969-19691.
CHRISTENSEN. BENT AKSEL Ph.D IUnierslv of M.nnesolai
Professor of Civil Engineernng (1963-1965,
CHRISTIAN, MILTON BURKE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Comprehensate Logic. Adviser
11964-1970).-
CHRISTIANSEN, KENNETH A. Ed.D iUnisersili oal Mhissour
Professor of journalism and Communications and
Director of Educational Television 1959-19591."
CHRISTIANSEN WILLIAM CLEVE. Ph.D. Ilona State LInnierily'
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Nutritionist IFAS
(1970-19701.
CHRISTMAS ROBERT BRUCE M.S A (Unnersit of Floridaj
Assistant in Poultrs Husbandry. IFAS 119601-19691
CH U CHAUNCE1 CHENG-HSI Ph D iUnisersil of Texasi
Assistant Professor of Chinese and Linguirtics 11969-1969i
CHUN, PAUL W. Ph.D lUnisersilt of Mi-sour.I
Associate Professor in Biochemistry 1 1966-19''0
CHURCHILL, DONALD B., B.S. IMichigan State Univeilit'i
.Associate Professor (Assoc ate Agricultural Engineerl.
USDA, IFAS. Agricultural Research & Education Cenier.
Belle Glade 11971-19711
CICATIELLO, IULIAM S A. M A.. M ED
Director of Nursing Services-Shands
Teaching Hospital and Clinics. Assistant
Dean for Nursing Practice.
CIMINO, LOUIS E M.D. iSt. Louis Universityl
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 11962-19691.
CIZNAR, IVAN. Ph D
Associate in Microbiology.
CLARK. ANTHONY lAMES, Ph D. (Denver University)
Assistant Professor of Speech 11969-1969).
CLARK, EDWARD BOWIE, IR. M.A.
Assistant Professor of Education 11966-1977).
CLARK. EWEN, M.. M.D. (Universily of St. Andrews. Scollandl
Instructor in Medicine. University Physician 1966-19701.
CLARK, FRED. M S.A IUnjversit$ uf Floridal
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS 1958-19581.
CLARK. GENEVIEVE, M.Ph
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing and


Director of Nursing Sersices- .A 11967-1967)
CLARK. HAROLD BROWN. PhD lUnsversityot Kenluckvi
Professor of Agricultural Economics, IFAS 17958-19581.'
CLARK, VERNON WILMOT. I D
Professor of Lan 17946-19491
CLARKE BERTA LOU M.A
Assistant Librarian, Catalog 1 19'0- 1970)
CLARKE C ARL T Ph D iUniersit\ of Floridai
Director. Marriage and College Life Project Associate
Professor of Pslchologs 1964-19701.
CLARKSON MNiRK HALL Ph.D IUniversit, ol Texas'
Professor of Aerospace Engneering and Chairman of
Department (1961-19671
CLVBROOK Sandra Ann Xt S rLnisersi.t ol Tennesseei
Assrstan Protessor i Exrenrion Home Economist' IFAS
11971-1971).
CLA\TON. JOE EDWARD Mi 5
Associate Professo, rAssociate Agricultural Engineerl
IFAS. Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
Belle Glade 1965-19651
CLEM LESTER WILLIAM. Ph D 'Unsersila or Miamii
Professor of Immunologi and Medical Aficrobologs
.1966-19'11
CLEMENT STEPHEN P IR M D IHai.ard Uni ersit5i
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 1968-19691
CLORE FORREST C M D Liniversia of Michigan'
.Assistant Professor and Chief or Diagnostic Radiologs
At \ 4 I Hospital 196'*-19''
CLO\, ER. I4hMES %ESLE5 MD lUnisei'iL o1 Georgial
Clinical Associare in Ophrhalmolog) 1968-19681
CLUBOK ALFRED B Ph.D IUn.iersily ot Michigan)
Associate Prolesor ol Political Science (1958-19645
CLUFF LEIGHTON E. hi D ICeorge Washington Uninersr i
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine
S1966-19661
COBB, BARBARA ANN M N
Instructor College or Nursing 1191'-79711
COBB THOIAS CARTER ID
Interim As.stlant Professor or La%\ & Alisisranr Dean
17968-79'OI
COBB. \HILLIAM T M D ILni\ersitl ot Floridal
Resident in Ophthalmolog$ i 199- 19691
COFER. RUFUS HUELL. IR Ph.D IUni.ersit\ of Floridal
Interim Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
1977-119."'
COGGAN JANET N M Ed
Assistant in Occuparronal Theraps 19'1 1971,
COCCINS DEBORAH R D IDuke LInisersilti
Clinical Associate 17959-71969
COGGIN5 WILDER I MD iDuke Uni.ersilr i
Associate Profe, or or Medicine and Director Department of
Student Health i 196h 196"1'
COHEN DENNIS lOhio Slate Unieerstil
Intern in Pediatrici 1970. 19711.
COHEN, EDWIN. Ph D Iloaa Slale LUniersit I
Associate Prolessor o1 Clinical Ps\chologs and
Psscholog--\ A 119868-1968i
COHEN HOWARD LIONEL. Ph D iLUnnersit or Indianai
Assistant Professor ol Physical Sciences and Astronoms
11968-79681.
COHEN, LOUIS DA4 ID Ph D iDuke University
Chairman and Professor of Clinical Ps) chology. Professor
Of Pstchology 1962 7962
COHEN, MORTIMER. Ph.D Lniseriil of Minnesolai
Professor IPlant Pathologist. IFAS Agricultural
Research Center Ft Pierce 1956-79681
COHEN. ROBERT I.. Ph.D IYale Uni ersilt)
Assistant Professor of Biochemistr (17971-19711
COHEN ROBERTS.. NM
Interim Assistant Professor of French 11971-1971)
COKER. JOHN L D.D S iUniersi r oi PennsylIaniai
Clinical Assistant Protessor in Dental Surgervy 17961-19691
COLE. DAVID O, M D IUniersal, of M.ssiss.ppii
Resident in Radiology r 1969-1969i
COLE MOSES MCWILLIE BS Mississippi Slate Unisesitm
Assistant Professor i Assirant Enlomologiti IF4S 1966 7966i


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STAFF AND FACULTY


COLE. THOMAS WINSTON, Ed.D (University of Texasl
Professor in Educational Administration and Assistant
Dean of Academic Affairs 11971-19771.
COLGATE, SAMUEL ORAN. Ph.D. IMassachusells Inslilule
qf Technology
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1959-1966).
COLLER ALAN ROSS. M.A
Associate in Education 11971-1971).
COLLETT. WILLIAM K D D S i S. (Pittsburgh Universityr
Professor and Chairman. Department of Radiology College
of DenIisfr$, and Assocrate Professor Department of
Radiolog,. College of Medicine 1968-7968.1.
COLLIER. COURTLAND A. M E
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering f1967-1967).
COLLINS. DOROTHY E. M S.WV
Assistant Professor of Social Work in Psychiatry 11966-1969).
Collins George H M D IUni\ersit\ or Vermonti
Professor of Pathology and Medicine 1962- 19691.
COMBS. ARTHUR WRIGHT, Ph D IOhio Stale Universatyl
Professor of Education i1954-19541
COMBS, GEORGE ERNEST, Ph D ilowa Stale University
Professor I Anmal Nutrition-sti If AS 11951 196 7 *
COMPTON. H D. M S
Visiting Associate Professor of Architecture 197 7197
CONKLIN. JAMES BYRON. IR. Sc.D IMasschusels Institute
of Technology
Associate Professor of Physics 1964-7971 1.
CONNER. H. HENRY. B.A
Producer- Director, Televrsion Station l U T 17966-19671
CONNER J WAYNE Ph D Princeton Unisersityl
Professor ol Romance Languages and Chairman ol
Department. Director of Di.sIon rit Humanrites
17962-19681
CONNER, IAMES RICHARD. Ph D (Texas A&MNi
Assistant Professor rn Agricultural Economics IfAS
i1969-1969)
CONNER. TOTSNE IOHNSON Mi Ed
Teacher P.K Yonge Laboratory School 7968- 1969
CONNOLLV. JOHN W D., Ph D IUnisersirl o Floridai
Associate Professor of Physics (1970-.19'01.
CONOX ER. CHARLES ALBERT. M S A
Associate Professor (Associate Ornamental Horticulturist,
and Center Director, Agricultural Research and Educational
Center. IFAS. 1963-19711.
CONOVER. ROBERT ARMINE. Ph.D IUniversity ot Illno.si
Professor Plant Pathologistl and Center Director. IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Homestead
(1947-19621
CONRADT DAVID PAUL BA iBrownn Uninersily
Interim Assistant Prolessor of Political Science 17968-19681
CONRON STEPHEN SEBASTIAN Ph D lUnslersilv ol losai
Associate Professor of English and Afro-American Studies
11960-19691
CONSIERI. GARN M.A T
Instructor in English (1971-1971)
CONTI ANTHONI I. D.M D INew lerse, College ol Dentistryl
Assistant Professor Divsison of Scientific Aethods. College
of Dentistry (7971-79771
COOK. ALLYN AUSTIN. Ph D Universiy ol Wisconsini
Professor (Plant Pathologrsti IFAS 1 1954- 79671
COOK. TERRENCE M D (Strilch College oi Medicine Loyola
University Illinoisi
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics 1970- 79701
COOPER. ALICY IOYCE, Ed D iColumbia Uneisrsili
Professor of Education 11957-195 71.'
COOPER. JANET E M.A lUnistrsitr ot Floridai
Assistant in Pediatrics 11969-1969)
COOPERRIDER. DONALD ELMER. D V M Oh.o Srate
Unilerstsli
MA Sc Professor (Parasitologistr IFAS. Florida Department
of Agriculhure, 1968 1968)
COPPOCK. GLENN EDG AR. M S IOklahoma Slalte
Professor. Agricultural Engineer; IFAS. DC, Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, take Alfred (1958- 19581
COPPOCK. IOHN ANDREW M S.
Professor iAgricultural Engineerl IFAS. DC 11958-1968)
CORAM, WILMER THOMAS, IR.. M A E


Head. Department of Special Programs, Drvision of
Continuing Education 11957-1969).
CORNELIUS. CHARLES EDWARD. Ph D. (University of
Californial
Professor (Physiologrst and Dean for Planning of College of
Selerenary Medicine. IFAS 11971-19711.
CORNELIUS. D KIM, B.S. (University ol Florida)
Instructor, Computing Center 1 969-1969).
CORNELL. JOHN ANDREW, Ph.D. IVirginia Polylechnic
Inslilulei
Assistant Professor (Assistant Statistician) IFAS 11968-7968).
CORNETT, JOHN MICHAEL. Ph.D. iFlorida Slate University)
Assistant Professor of Speech 11970-1970.
CORNETT, MARY K M.A.
Teacher. P.K. Yonge (1970-7970).
CORNWELL. GEORGE W Ph.D. IUniversilyof Michigan)
Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology and (Associate
forester; IFAS I1967 -9671.
CORPENO. ROBERT SALOMON. M.P.A.
Research Associate, Latin American Data Bank (7967-19671.
CORRELL. LARAINE M.S
Assistant Librarian. Special Collections 1970-1970).
CORY, LLOYD W MS
Captain. U S. Air Force. Assistant Professor of Aerospace
Studies 11968-79681
COSB,. BETT' WALLACE, Ph.D fSyracuse UniversityJ
Associate Professor of Comprehensive logic 11966-19711.
COTTER. IULIAN RA', M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
(1959-19671.
COTTON. JANE DERBYSHIRE. M.A.
Assistant in Medicine 1967.19701
COUCH. LEON WORTHINGTON, II Ph D. lUniversity of
Floridal
COUCH. MARGARET W.. Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Research Professor (1969-19711
COURAGE KENNETH GRANT, MSCE
Interim Assistant Professor of Civl Engineering
r1971197711.
COUSAR. IAMES E III M D. (Johns Hopkins Universilyl
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery-IHEP-i 1969-1969).
CO\ EN, CHARLES DEAN, Ph.D. LLouisiana Stale Universityl
Associate Professor rAssociate Agricultural Economist
AMarkeling IFAS 17957-19671.
COX. ERNEST HA4NES. Ph D IUniversary of North Carolina)
Assistant Dean ot the College of Arts and Sciences and
Professor of English 17947-79641
COX, MERLIN GWINN. Ph D University ol Floridaj
Associate Professor of Social Sciences, Adviser (1955-1966).*
CO'LE. IOHN Mh, hi D ('ale Universityi
Resident in Medicine 11969-19691.
CRAGO. JOHN A. M D. ICornell University)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine i1959-1959J.
CRALL. JAMES MONROE, Ph D Unisersily of Missouri]
Professor iPlant Parhologist) and Center Director, IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center. Leesburg
CRAM,. STUART PROUD. Ph.D tUniversil) of Illinoisi
Ass.slant Professor of Chemistry (1966-1966).
CRAMER. IOHN W, Ph.D University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor in Pharmacologs and Therapeutics
:1967-19671
CRANDALL. CATHERINE ANN, Ph D. Purdue UniversilVy
Associate and Instructor in Pathology 1960-19661.
CRANDALL, RICHARD B. Ph.D. IPurdue Universilyl
Associate Professor Immunology and Medical Microbiology
I 1960 1970).
CRANNEN, ADELBERT GARR. IR. Ph.D (University o
Minnesolal
Associate Professor of English and Director of Reading
and Study Skills Center (1966-1969:
CRAPS, IOHN ELLIS. Ph D. Ilohns Hopkins Universityl
Assistant Professor ol German t1939-1952)."
CRAVEN. ROY C., JR.. M F.A.
Director, Uniserstil Gallery Professor of Art (1954- 967).'
CRAVENS, SALLY ANN, M S.
Assistant Librarian, Documents 1967-1967J.






STAFF AND FACULTY


CREBO, DOROTHY WESTHAFER, Mi.A
Interim Teacher. P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1968-1970).
CREEL, AUSTIN BOWMAN. Ph.D. (Yale University
Associate Professor of Religion 71957-1964, *
CREVASSE. LAMAR E., M.D. (Duke Universityi
Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Regional
Medical Program (1959- 19691.
CREWS. HARRY EUGENE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of English t 1968-19681.
CREWS, lAMES WILLIAM, Ed.D. (University of Indianai
Associate Professor of Education 11948-19631.'
CREWS. RUTHELLEN, Ed.D. (Colubmia Universil
Associate Professor of Education (1966- 969;.
CRIBBETT, ALBERT F., M S.A.
Director of Special Programs and Assistant Professor of
Agricultural Economics, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (1954-1962)
CRICHTON. ANDREW BRUCE Ph.D University ol Chicago'
Assistant Professor of English 11970-19701
CRILL, IERRY PAT Ph.D. IUni ersilt of Wisconsinl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologisri IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Bradenton,
S1968-19681.
CRIPE, JERRY LELAND, M.S
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences 1965-196"1
CRISS, WAINE E.. Ph.D. iUniersily ol Florida,
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Cynecology 11970-19701.
CRIST, EARL RICHARD B.A
Instructor of Medical Technolog), Chief Technologst
Clinical Hemarolog) (1963-1966J.
CRIST JOAN LEE, M.S.W.
Instructor of Social Work in Psychiatry 11967- 196'
CRIST R'.MMOND E Docleures Leilres Grenoble France'
Research Professor Geograph 11951-19511.
CRISTESCU. CORNELIA G Ph.D rUninersiiy ol Bucharesll
Assoicate in Astronoms 11970-197'01
CRISTESCU. NICOLAE. DMP IUniversii ol Bucharesti
Graduate Research Professor of Engineering Science and
Mechanics (7970-19,'0
CROCKER, LINDAM.. Ph.D. IMichigan Slale Unisersilyi
Assistant Research Professor Rehabilitation Research
Institute. College of Health Related Professions 11970-19'i1
CROCKER. TIMOTHY\ EUGENE, Ph D Mlichigar. State
University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticultur;str, lf45 11990- 19'7
CROKER GEORGE WILLIAM, M.S.
Director of Research 1968-19681.
CROKETT, JOE RICHARD. Ph.D iUniversiil ol Floridai
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Cenericisr IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Belle
Glade. (1960-19691.
CROMRO', HARVE' LEONARD. Ph.D INorlh Carolina
State University
Professor of Radiation Biolog\ and Entomology r 1964-19771
CROMWELL. RICHARD PARK, M.E.
Assistant Professor IAssi Agricullrual Engineer) IFAS.
11967-79691.
CRONE. ERNEST GEORGE, M Ed
Assistant Professor of Ph sical Education 1957-19631
CROSBV, FLOYD R.
Manager, Data Processing 1966-19661
CROSLAND, ROBERT ELDER M.A. Arch.
Associate Professor of Building Construction 1 1971-1971i
CROSS CLARK IRWIN. Ph.D. iUniseritsi oi Washingloni
Associate Professor of Geography and Ph sical Sciences
(1949-1954..
CROSS JEROME LEE. Ph.D. lUniersity or Floridai
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 11968 19701.
CROSS. WILLIAM GAIL, M E
Assistant Director, Wayne Reitz Union (1960-19661.
CROUCH, HELEN JOHNSON. M.A.
Assisrant Professor. P.K. Vonge Laboratory School 1957-19571
CROW, LON WORTH, III. B A. Econ. B A. Arch.
Physical Planning Consultant 1969-19691.
CRUMBLEY. D. LARRY, Ph D. ILouisiana State Universily)
Associate Professor of Accounting 1970-19701.


CRUMMER, ARTHUR A, Ph D. IUnivers il ot Floridai
Inrerim Instructor of Mathematics (1977.19711.
CULLEN. STANLEY I M D. IUniversir% of Miamil
Associate Professor in Medicine 17966-19691.
CUMMINGS. ROBERT C
Director, Printing Department I 196J-19631.
CUNHA, TONY JOSEPH. Ph.D LUnniersil of W.sconsinl
Professor IAnimal Nutritionisti and Chairman of An,rral
Science Department IAS 1 9-48-19501
CUNNINGHAM, CALHOUN M.D iMedical Univerisi ol
South Carolinal
Resident in Surgers
CUNNINCHAM HUGH \\V A
Professor of jurnalism and Communicarrons i1955-1965.1.
CUNNINGHAM MYRON ARTHUR Ed.D. iNorthesitern
Universilty
Professor or Education (1953-79581
CUNNINGHAM RICHARD \\A'NE MND ILn.\ertil or
Floridai
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1962- 19661
CUPPN DIAN4 L BS iK3nsas Stale Unisersitr~
Research Assistant ,n medicinee 1960-719621.
CURRAN CHARLES HOA RD. D Sc IMontreal ULnier-iI i
Professor IEntomologrstr If45 Agricultural Research
Center Leesburg 1961- 1961
CURRAN ROBERT LINN Ed D IHarard Unisers.l I
Professor or Education 17952-1969,
CURREY -.ANNE LEE Ph.D IUniCersit\ ot Connecticuli
4s.,slant Protessor iAsistant Agionomisti. IFA45 19-70-1970
CURRY. MARTIN LEE M Ed
Assistant Prolessor or Humaniires 1 1967- 19 71
CURRY. R. CHARLES IR. M D IUniversit of Flor-dal
Resident in Medicine 11969- 1970i
CURTIS CL4TTON C Ph.D LUni.ersal> of Indianai
A.socrare Professor or Real Estate and lUrban Land Studies
1958- 19611
CUSUMANO CHARLES L,MD iGeorgeilon Uniersit i
Assistant Professor or Immunolog and Medical Microbiology
And Clinical Insest,garor .AH Il6i8-7 9681
CUTLER RONALD JOHN Ed D IColumbia Unisersili
Associate Professor of English 1 1946-1959'
CUTLER, \WILLIAM H Ph D. IUnersols ot Southern Cal.ornall
Asi,,~ant Professor of Communicatise Disorders t A.
(1964- 196"
DAANE BETH NMS
Assistant Professor or Liorar\ Science 1969-19691.
DACE, NiEL\ IN C M D i~ash.nglon Lniveri-,tl
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1962. 19681
DACE RAMOND M A
Interim Instrucior in English i 1969-19"'1.
DAICOFF. GEORGE. M D. IUntersily ol Indianai
Prolessor in Surgers 17967- 1970J
DALR'iMPLE CANDICE % Mt T
Interim Teacher, P K Yonge 179"0-191,..
DALR'iNMPLE. ROBERT ANTHONY, M S.
Assistant in Engineering in Coastal and Oceanographir
Engineering (1968-19681
DALSHEIMER. BARBARA CORINNE, M.P H
Instructor, P . Vonge Laboratory School 17955-19601.
DALTON GEORGE RONALD Ph D IUniersily of Mlichigani
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Science 1199- 19681
DALY, JAMES 5 ILLIAMh, M D iLoaola Unniersiot.
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and GCnecolog) I 19b8- 19681
DAMEN. MARK B.A
Associare in Broadcasting and T\ Program Director Tele-
,sion Starion U LIFT 1963- 19691
DAMICO ALFONSO J Ph D. lOhio Stale Uneirsirty
Assistant Prolessor of Political Science (1969- 19711

DAMICO SANDRA BOWMAN M A.
Teacher, P. K longe Laboratory School 1 199- 19701.
DAMROM, BOBBY LEE. Ph.D. (Lnitersily ol Flondai
Assistant Professor and Assistant Nutritionist IF45
(1966-79681.
DANA ALVIN HERK, M E D.
Admissions Officer 11966-1966,






STAFF AND FACULTY


DANBURG, RUSSELL LAIENRNE M M
Professor of Music 1I948- 1966J.
DANPMAIN, E ADAMS. M D. 4LniVersil of Cincinnatil
Clinical Associate in Psychiarr) 11963-19631
DANIEL. M. RA'MOND. B.S B.A
Business Manager of Athletics, Dlrsison of Intercollegiate
Athelerics 11969-79691
DANIELS. A.W M.Ed Uni\ersilt ol Floridal
Instructor and Interim Director, Teaching Resources
Center i(9 '7-19711
DANOFF jASCHA. M D IToronto Universial
Assistant Professor of Psychrarr) 11970-19701
DANTZMAN. CHARLES LEONARD, Ph.D. (Universily of
Floridai
Assistant Professor iAssistanr Soils Chemist) IFAS, Agricul-
lural Research Center Ona 11959-19601
DARBY IOHN F Ph D lUniversily of Wisconsinl
Professor iPlant Pathologstl. and Center Director, IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Santord
,19517 9661
DASTA. ANTHONr JOSEPH. M.S
Assistant Professor of Architecture( 1966- 19671
DAUER, MANNING JULIAN Ph D IUniversiil ot Illinoisl
Professor of Political Science and Chairman of Department
Director of Social Sciences 11933- I50j
DAURER, ROSEMARY\ B. M P E H
Interim Teacher. P Yonge Laboralors School 11966-1966).
DAVID, I K M.D.
Clinical Associare Professor IIHEPI in Pediatrics 11965-1968;
DAVIES. MARN JANE M P.H
Instructor. College of Nursing 11971-19711
DAVIS. BILL HAMPTON Ed D University o Floridal
Assistant Professor of Comprehensine Logic 11970- 1977'1
DAVIS. CARLTON GEORGE Ph D IMichigan Stare Unisersi I
Assistant Professor iAss1slant Agricultural Economisi, IFAS
f19'0- 19701
DAVIS CHARLES T B S
Manager. Married Housing 1970-19;711.
D IS. CLARENCE EDWARD, Ph.D lUniversitl of North
CarolinaI
Assistant Professor or Startsrics Biostatistics unit 117969-1969
DAIS. DENZIE ROBERT A.B IMissouri SW Stare College
Assistant Professor assistant Meterologisti IFAS. NW'S
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Quinc\
(7963- 9631
DAVIS EDWARD ARNOLD Ed D. iUniversitl ot Floiidai
Assistant Professor of Education 1957-19511
DAVIS, FRANCIS C Ph.D. iLniversil\ of Calilorniai
Assistant Professor oi Zoology 11971- 19711
DAIS GEORGE KELSO, Ph.D. ICornell Uninersir'i
Director. Dilsion ol Sponsored Research Professor of
Animal Science and Animal Nutritionist I 1942- 1900
DA~LIS. GERALD ROGERS B S
Assistant Professor I Assistant Meteorologist IFAS, NHS
Agricultural Research Center. Lakeland 11960-1960i
DAVIS. HORANCE GIBBS Ir M A.
Professor of lournahism and Communicaltons 11954 -19651
DAVIS, HUGH CHESTER Ir Ph D IUnisersity of Tennesseel
Professor of Clinical Psjcholopg and Psychology
S1960-19701
DA 15 JAIES M M.D. iHarard Uninersirli
Clinical Instructor in Surgery 1 1969-1969).
DA\ IS, jAMES RONNIE, Ph D IUnisersitI ol Virginial
Associate Prolessor of Economics I 1971-1977 1.
DA IS. IOSEPH STE\EN Ph D IUnisersll ol lov ai
Associate Professor iAssociate Botanisli t1966-1970).
DAVIS jOSH D Mt D Uniersitl oi Alabama,
Clinical Associae in Ps)chiatrv 1 963-1963J.
DA IS R HUNT jr Ph.D iLiniers'il ol Wisconnin,
Assistant Proiessor or History (196 -79691
DAVIS. RICHARD ELWOOD M 5
Assistant Basketball Coach 11966- 19661
DAV\IS. ROBERT I Ph D. lUniversil, ol Floridal
Instructor in Phrsical Sciences 1 9,71719771.
DAVIS VILLIAIM M., Ph D INew lork Universilti
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 11971-19771.


DAWSON, ROBERT CHARLES
Program Director, 1. Wayne Reitz Union (1967-1967).
DAWSON. WILLIAM W., Ph D LFlorida State UniversitJ
Professor of Opthalmologs Psychology, and Physiology
(1965-1969.1.
DEAKIN, MOTLEY FREMONT. Ph.D. lUniversity of California)
Associate Professor of English ( 962-7967).
DEAL. DON. M P.E.
Assistant Football Coach (1970-19701.
DEAL, PAMELA C M.D (Universily of Floridal
DEAL, THOMAS E M.D. iUniversit of Floridal
Resident in Surger) (19701.
DEAL. WILLIAM BROWN. M.D. (University of Nonh Carolina)
Assisranr Professor of Medicine (7964.1970).
DEAN, CHARLES EDGAR. Ph D. (North Carolina Stale
Universityl
Professor i Agronomist), IFAS. Agronomy Department.
(1959-19691
DEAN JACK L Ph D
.Associate Proressor IPlant Palhologisr) USDA. IFAS
I19'1 19711
DEAN. ROBERT GEORGE. D Sc IMassachusetts Institute of
Technology,
Professor of Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering and
Chairman of Department. Professor of Civil Engineering
S1966-19661.
DEAN STANLEY R.. M D Universir of Michigani
Clinical Professor 1970-1970.1
DEARDOURFF, STEPHEN, M D
Resident in Surger)
DEARMIN LINDA L M.S IUniversityot Tennessee)
Assistant Professor (Assrstant State 4-H Club Agent)
IFAS 11970-19701
DEASON DOUGLAS LOUIS, Ph.D iPurdue University)
Assistant Professor lAssistant Agricultural Engineer) IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred,
(1969- 1969i
DEBUSK FRANKLIN, NM D Iohns Hopkins University)
Associate Professor in Pediatrics (1966-19691.
DECKER PHARES. Ph D rCornell Unisersitvl
Professor IPlant PathologistH, IFAS (7942-19661.
DEDO RICHARDG C D iNorthwestern Universityl
Assistant Professor of Surgery (1977-19711
DEEN WILLIAM WELCH Ir. MS
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engmeerl
IFAS Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Belle
Glade, 1965-19671
DEEVEN. ED\% ARD 5 Ph.D. (Yale Universitly
Graduate Research Curator. Florida State Museum and
Professor or Zoology 1I9717-977 1.
DEEVE' GEORGIANA B. Ph D. iYale Universltyl
Curator in Biological Oceanography Florida
State Museum r 19"1.19711.
DEFORD, JAMES W M.D. IUniversily of Flordal
Chiet Resident i AH (1968-79701.
BEFORE, JESSE JACKSON Ph.D IFlorida Stale Universilyi
Associate Professor of Education 11971-19711
DEFUNIAK HERBERT RIVERS M.S
Associate Lrbrarian and Chairman of Circulation Department
1966-1969,
DEGROOT. JOHANNES Ph.D IGroningen University)
Research Professor of Mathematics 1966-1967P.
DEHOFF. ROBERT THOMAS, Ph.D. Carnegie Institute of
Technology i
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
17959-197'0
DEINZER, HARVEY T I D Ph.D. IUniversity ot Michigani
Professor ot Accoun ting 1947- 79491
DEKLE, GEORGE WALLACE. B.S.A. University of Floridal
Assistant Professor i Assistant Entomologisti IFAS.
(1966-19661
DELAND FRANk H. M.D. University of Louisvillel
Professor of Radiology i 190 71970).
DELANEY. LYLES R., B S
Instructor of Medical Technology, V.A.' 11967-1967).
DE LA TOREE. ANGEL, M.D (University of Haana)
Assistant Professor in Medicine (1965-19691.






STAFF AND FACULTY


DE LA TORRE, J.I., M.D. (University of Havanai
University Psychiatrist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
1969-1969).
DELL, GEORGE A., M.D. (St. Louis University)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Pediatrics (11961-19691.
DELL, YVONNE CODY, M.A.
Instructor in English 11967-19711.
DELONY, DEXTER, L L.M. (Harvard University)
Professor of Law (1948-1951 I.
DE LOS SANTOS, ANTHONn E.. M S.
Instructor in Journalism and Communications, Producer-
Director, Television Station WUFT (1970-19701.
DENMARK, HAROLD ANDERSON. M.S iUnisersity of Floridal
Professor (Entomologist,' 1966-19661.
DENNIS, CARROLL WAYNE, B S.
Major. U.S. Army. Assistant Professor of Military Science
(7969-1969).
DENNISON. RAYMOND ALEXANDER, Ph D. iUnniersity
of Iowa)
Professor (Brochemistl and Chartman. Food Science
Department. IFAS (11945- 956.1
DENNY. ELEANORE DAl ISON, M.Ed.
Off-Campus Counselor. Division of Housing (1969-19691.
DENSLOW, DAVID ALBERT, M.A
Assistant Professor of Economics 1970-19701.
DE PADUA, COUNSTANTE B.. M D. IUniersil, orl he
Philippines)
Assistant Professor of Anesthestolog) 1967-19701.
DER-HOUSSIKIAN HAIG, Ph.D. tUniversily of Texas,
Associate Professor of Foreign languages and Linguistics
11967-19711'
DERRICK, CLARENCE, Ph.D. University ol Chicago)
Professor of Humanities. Chairman, Department of
Humanities (1953- 19621.
DETURE, FRANCIS A., M.D. (Unisersity ol Floridal
Resident in Surgery 119701.
DETWEILER, IOHN S., Ed.D. (Universiy ol Flordai
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
(1965-1970).
DEUTSCH, DONNA MARION M.P.H
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 1966-1968i.
DEMIAN, SABA, M D School ol Medicine Cairo
University. Egyptll
Resident in Pathology 1 1971-19711
DEVORE, JAY LEWIS, Ph.D (Staniord Umnversitl
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1971 1971 i
DEW. DONALD. Ph.D (Universily of lovaa
Associate Professor of Speech and Academic Coordinator
of Communication Sciences Laborator ( 1963- 1970)
DEWITT ROBERT M., Ph D. lUnisersill ol Michigani
Associrae Professor of Zoology (1954-19691.
DEWSBURY. DONALD ALLEN, Ph.D. University of Michigan
Associate Professor of Psvchology 1966-19701
DEYRUP, CYNTHIA L., Ph.D. (Boston UnisersiiNy
Associate in Pharmacology (1970-19711.
DEYRUP, IAMES ALDEN. Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Chemistry 11965-1969i.
DHARMKRONG-AT, AVUT, M.D. IUniseisity ot Medical
Sciences, Thailandi
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics (1970-19701.
DIAMOND, KATHELEEN KERVIN, M A
Interim Instructor of French 1969-19691.
DIAZ, CLAUDIO JOEL. M.D. (Unniersity of Salamanca,
Resident in Surgery 119701.
DIAZ. NILS JUAN. Ph.D. IUnisersily ol Floridal
Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences
(11969-19701.
DICK, RONALD D., M S.
Assistant Peofessor of Pharmacy courtse) 1970-19701
DICKERSON. DON R.. M.D. (University of Floridal
Resident in Radiology (1971-1971).
DICKEY, DOUG, B.S. (Universint of Floridal
Head Football Coach (1969-19691
DICKEY, JAMES RONALD, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor (Associate Physiologist & Geneticist).
IFAS (1971-1971).


DICKEY. RALPH DAVIS M.S.A. ICornell Universilyl
Professor (Ornamental Horlirullurresl IFAS (192?- 1955l.
DICKINSON, IOSHUA CLIFTON JR. Ph D IUniversity of
Florida)
Director and Curator of Ornithology, Florida Stale Museum
Associate Professor Zoology 1946-19611.
DICKINSON, JOSHUA CLIFTON. III. Ph.D lUniversil) of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Geography (1967-19671.
DICKSON. DONALD WARD Ph.D. INorth Carolina Stale
Unirersit I
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nemarologrsr Pathologist
IFAS. (1968-1968.
DILLER GEORGE T. Ph.D iStanlord Unimersili,
4Ai,;,,ant Professor of French 1 1968-19681
DIRECTOR STEPHEN WILLIAM, (Universiit of Californial
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1968-19711.
DIXON. I.C.. Ph.D. IUnirersit of North Carolina)
Professor of Psvcholog) 71949-19561.
DIXON, JOHN I.. M.B.A
Graduate Research Associate, Dlrsion of Administrative
Services. I. Hills Miller Health Center
DOBSON. DEAN M. M.D. IBon man Grai Uniersilyi
Resident in Surgery 119701
DOHERTN HERBERT IOSEPH. Ph.D. [Universily of Nonh
Carolina,
Professor of Hston% and Social Sciences and Chairman of
Social Sciences i 1949-1964 i
DOLBIER. WILLIAM READ JR.. Ph.D ICornell Universiiyi
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
11966- 19711
DOMINIAK, KENNETH E Ph D IPolylechnic Insttule o
Brooklyni
~Vsitrng Assistant Professor ol Industrial and Systems
Engineering and Electrical Engineering EGLIN-AFB
11970-19')'
DONELIN, DANIEL WILLIAM M.L A.
Instructor ol Archtecture (19701.
DONI\ AN. FRANK FORBES IR Ph D IUnnsersilv of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy and
Associate Dean of the Graduare School 019"0-1990'.
DONNELLY. WILLIAM H. MD IUniversilt of Ollawa Canada)
Assistant Professor in Pathologs 179 19"'1I.
DONNENFELD O. WALTER D D.S INevw ork Uni\eriilyi
Professor and Chairman. Division of Periodoniology College
ot Dentistry 1969- 19691
DONOVAN CLEMENT HAROLD. Ph.D ULniversil, of North
Carolinai
Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for
4frican Studies 17940- 1977
DONO, AN,. MARIE, B A. iD'ouville Collegel
Research Assistant in Brochemstrrs 1969- 9691.
DORMAN. P E Ed.D. iSlale Universijl of New York)
Associate Professor of Musc 11971-179711
DORSCH SUS4N E M.D iW'es' Virg.nia Uniersilty
Instructor. Department of Anesthesiology 1971 -1971 ,.
DOn. KEITH LONNIE Ph.D IUniversily of California,
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 1968-19681.
DOUGALD, DONALD E\AN, M S.A.E
Associate Professor of Architecture (7970-1970).
DOUGHERTN, MARSHALL HARDING B.S
Assistant Professor iAssistant Chemical Engineer IFAS
DC. Agricultural Research and Educational Center,
Lake Alfred. 1953-19531
DOUCHERTY, RICHARD HAINES, Ph.D INorlh Carolina
State University I
Assistant Professor t Assistant Food Scientistr. IF S 11969-19691.
DOUGHTY, PAUL L.. Ph.D. iCornell Univeriily
Professor and Chairman of Anthropolog) (19711
DOUGLAS CARROL REECE Ph D. iUnisersity ot Tennesseei
Assistant Professor. Assistant Poultryman IFAS
(1969-19701.
DOVE, DEREK B. Ph D London Universitly
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Professor of Electrical Engrneering 11967- 19'1 i.
DOW I KAMAL. Ph.D IUniersilt of MIssouriI
Assistant Agricultural Economist, Assistant Professor
IFAS r1968-1968.1.







STAFF AND FACULTY


DOWDON, WILLIAM L M D. lnUversily ol Kenluckyv
Intern Mn Medicane (1970-19701.
DOWNS, IOHN B.. M.D (University of Florida)
Resident n Aneslhesiologv 11970-1970).
DRAGSTEDT, LESTER R.. Ph D iUniversilt of Chicago).
M.D. IRush)
Research Professor in Surgery and Professor in
Physiology (1959-1969).
DRAKE DAVID ALLYN. Ph D. (Syracuse Universilyl
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968).
DRESDNER. RICHARD DAVID. Ph.D. (Pennsylvania Slate
Universityl
Professor of Chemistry (7953-1966;
DRYLIE DAVID M., M.D tBowman Gray University'
Associate Professor in Surgery (1963-1969).
DUCHARME, ERNEST PETER Ph.D. Universily or Minnesoiai
Professor IPlant Pathologisto. IFAS. Agricultural
Research and Educatonal Center. Lake Alfred I 1946-1956).
DUDECK, A E Ph D. |Pennsyl\ania State Uniersin\
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental Horticulturistr
Agricultural Research Center. Ft Lauderdale, IFAS.
11970.19701
DUFTN. lAMES WELLONS. Ph.D ILehigh Universily
Assistant Professor of Physics 1 1970-19711
DUGAN ROBERT JOHN, MSEE
Assistant in Chemisry (1969-1970).
DLIGGAN. DENNISE Ph.D. (Oregon State Universilvl
Associate Professor, Mrcrobiology. College of Arts and
Sciences: Associate Bacteriologist IFAS 11967-1967,
DUNAVANT, BILL G Ph D IPurdue Universtryl
Director of Nuclear Sciences Division Professor oi Nuclear
Sciences, and Environmental Engineering Associate
Professor of Radiology 17960-19661
DUNA\IN. LEONARD SYPRET Ir., Ph.D (UniversitS of Floridai
Associate Professor l Associate Agronomist) IfAS
Agricultural Research Center, la 1 1959-196.1.
DUNCAN CLARENCE WALLACE Ph D 'Uniersity ol Floridai
Interim Assistanr Professor of Education 11970- 1970,.
DUNCAN MES H Ph D lUniveria of Coloradol
Assistant Professor in Pharmacologv and Radiolog)
1969-19'11
DUNCAN, R4N MOND L M D. rUniversil or Minnesolai
Intern in Pediatrics 11970-19709
DUNKLE. JOHN ROBERT Ph D iClark Universilts
Professor of Physical Sciences and Geography. Assistant
Dean LUnnersiry College 19491-9651
DUNN, JIMM.N B S IUnversity ol Floridai
Assistant Football Coach 17969- 1969,.
DUNN. MALCOLM I Optician
Assistant in Ophthalmology 11968-1970,
DUNNAM. FRANCIS EUGENE. Ph.D. (Louisiana State Uni ersilyi
Associate Prolessor of Ph sics and Physical Science
(1958-1967).
DURHAM, CHARLA BARTSCHT. M S IKansas Stale Unriersiyi
Assistant Professor i Extension Home Management & Family
Economics Specialisti, IFAS. 1968-7968.1.
DURING, ALLEN EDGAR Ph D iSvracuse Uniersityv
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1964- 19701
DURRNACE. CHARLES LI\ INGSTON Ed D. fColumbia
Uni\ersitis
Professor of Education i 1940-1960)
DURRANCE KENNETH LERON. I Ag
Associate Professor 'Associate Animal Husbandmanl
IFAS 1964-19661.
DUSHOFF IR4M M.D IUniversity of Pennsyhanial
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surger--IHEP--i 969-1969).
DUTOIT, BRIAN MURR~A Ph D (Unieisity oi Oregoni
Associate Professor of Anthropology 11966-1969).
DWYER. RICHARD ANTHONY Ph D (Universiyl of California
at Los Angelesi
Associate Prolessor of English 11966- 9661
D'KES, ELMA ETHEL, M A
Assistant Professor in Nursing (1962-1966)
EADES, JAMES LtNWOOD. Ph D (Lninersity of Illinois;
Associate Prolessor Geology 11970- 9701
EASLEY, CAROLINE W M S lUnierty ol01 Illinois,
Associate Professor of Geolog 1 19.0- 19"'0


EASLEY. JOHN FOREST, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionist)
IFAS (1962-1962).
EASTWOOD, RALPH ALLEN. Ph.D. ICornell University)
Professor (Economist, Marketing) IFAS (1957-1957).
EATON. ELIZABETH S, M.A.
Associate Librarian, Health Center Library (1962-1970).
EBBECK. FRED NICHOLAS, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor Education (1970-1970).
EBCIOGLU. IBRAHIM K., Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics (1961-1966).
ECHEVARRIA, RENE, M.D. (University of Havana)
Associate Professor Pathology (1962-1970).
ECKDAHL. JACK POLK. M.Ed
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1951-1955).
EDDLEMAN BOBBY ROSS, Ph.D (North Carolina State
University)
Associate Professor (Assocrate Agricultural Economist),
IFAS (1966-19691.
EDDS, GEORGE TYSON D.V.M. (Texas A&M University),
Ph.D IUniersity of Minnesotal
Professor (Veterinarian), IFAS, (1962-19711.
EDEN. WILLIAM GIBBS, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor fEntomologistl and Chairman, Entomology
Department, IFAS (1965-1965).
EDMISTON. CLYDE K.. Ph.D (lowa Stale University)
\ rising Associate Professor of Physics (1970-19701.
EDSON, CHARLES GRANT, M.S.E
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1946-19571.
EDWARDS. GEORGE JOHN B A.
Associate Professor I Assistant Biochemist) IFAS Agricultural
Research and Educational Center Lake Alfred (1953-1970).
EDWARDS RICHARD ARCHER, Ph.D IUniversity of North
Carolinai
Professor of Geology 11940-1966).
EDWARDS THOMAS S., M D Tulane University
Clinical Associare in Ophrthalmology 11962-19621.
EDWARDSON JOHN RICHARD. Ph.D IHarvard University)
Professor i Agronomist) IFAS. ( 1953- 1966.1
EDWARDSON, MICKIE N. Ph.D. iMichigan Slate Universityl
Professor or Journalism and Communications. TV Producer-
Director and Director. Radio Center 11956-1971).'
EGGERT. CHESTER LEE, Ed.D iUniversity of Indiana)
Professor of Education (1948-1954).
EHRHARDT DENNIS HEINZ, MEd.
Instructor of Education 1971-1971).
EIBNER IOHN R ,B.S.
Director Public Relations, Division of Intercollegiate
Athletics 17950-79661
EISENBERG, MARTIN ALLAN D. Eng. (Yale University)
Associate Prolessor of Engneering Science and Mechanics
11966-1968).
EITZMAN. DONALD V.. M D IUniveisity of Iowa)
Professor in Pediatrics (1958-19691.
ELEFTHERV. DEAN G., hi D
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 11968-1968).
ELFENBEIN, WILLIAM MARTIN, M Ed.
Di ision of Housing (1969-71969).
ELGERD, OLLEINGEMAR. D Sc iWashington University at St.
Louis Missouri)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1956-1962)."
ELIOT ROBERT S., M.D. (University of Colorado)
Professor of Medicine (1967-7969)
ELKINS, VIRGIL LYNN, M.S A IFlorida A&M)
Professor (Area Program Specialist IlFAS 1(949-19611.
ELLENSON. EUGENE, B.A.
Executive Assistant to Athletic Director 11960-1969).
ELLICKSON. JUDY L., MS.
Counselor- Teacher, Division of Housing 1970-19701.
ELLIOTT, HERSCHEL HUGH, Ph D I\ale Universilyl
Associate Professor of Philosophy i1955-1964).
ELLIOTT. LARRY P., M.D lUniversity of Tennessee)
Professor in Radrolog) 11967-1967).
ELLIS. BETTY RUTH. Ed.D (Wayne State University)
Assistant Professor of Education (1965-1968.."





STAFF AND FACULTY


ELLIS, GEORGE LELAND. Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Research Associate, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1968-1968).
ELLIS, WILLIAM HOBART. Ph.D. (Florida Stale University)
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering (1962-1966).
ELMORE. WILLIAM EARL, B.S. C.P.A.
Vice President for Administrarive Affairs (1950-19671.
ELMSTROM, GARY WILLIAM, Ph.D. (UnrversitN of Calilornial
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist), IFAS
Agricultural Research Center. Leesburg (1969-1969).
ELNICKI, RICHARD A., D.B.A. IHarsard Universitry
Associate Professor of Management (1971-19711.
EMERSON, ANN P.. M.S.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Nutrition 11969-1969)
EMERSON, JAMES D., M.D. tWashinglon University at St.
Louis)
Chief Resident in Surgery 17968-19701.
EMERSON, RICHARD P., M.D. (Harvard University)
Clinical Associate in Ps chiarry 11965-19651.
EMERSON. ROBERT D. Ph D. IPurdue University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economisti
IFAS (1970-1970)
EMMEL, LEONARD G., M.D. (University of Pennslvanial
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1959-1959 1
EMMEL, THOMAS C.. Ph.D. (Slanford Unisersit) I
Assistant Professor of Zoology ( 1968-19681.
ENGELHARD, ARTHUR W.. Ph.D. ilowa Stale Unisersit$
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologistl
IFAS. Agricultural Research and Educational Center.
Brandenton (1966-19661
ENGELHART. RICHARD WILSON. Ph D. IPennsylvania Stale
University)
Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences
(1968-19681.
ENNEKING, WILLIAM F Ni D. (Uni ersil aot \Wliconsin
Professor of Surgetr and Pathology and Chief of
Division ol Orthopedics 1959-1962).
ENO, CHARLES FRANKLIN. Ph.D. (Purdue UniversiTyi
Professor (Soil Mficrobiologist and Chairman of Soil
Sciences Department. IFAS (1950-19651.
ENTNER, MARVIN LEE, Ph.D. lUniversiti ot Minnesolai
Associate Professor of History (1961-19681.
ENWALL, HA\FORD OCTAVILIS, J.D. (Universily ol Florida)
Professor of Law (1956-1956).
EOFF, KAY, MARLIN. Ph.D. (Unisersily ol Florida)
Assistant Professor of Ph' sical Sciences and Astronoms
11962 19681.
EOFF, SARA P., B.A.
Assistant in Research in Biochemistry r 1966-19661.
EPPES, BILL GORTON, M. Arch
Associate Professor of Building Construction (1968-19681.
EPTING, FRANZ R., Ph.D. (Ohio Stale Un.iersilti
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1967-19671
EPTING, LYNDA HYDE, M.A L S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography 11969-19691.
ERWIN, JOHN R., M.D. (University of Illinoisl
Clinical Associate in Psychiarry 1965-1965;
ESCOBAR. NELSON, M.D. (Universllt of Salamancal
Resident in Neurosurgery 1970).
ESSER, ROBERT PAUL, B.S.A. (Uninersit of Floridai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nematologrstl IFAS, (1966-19661.
ESTES, MARION, M.D
Clinical Associate in Psychratr) 11968-19681
ESTNER. CAROLYN I., M.A.
Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, 1966-1970)'
EVERETT, GORDON DALE. B Des.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1958-1965)
EVEREnT, PAUL HARRISON, Ph.D IPurdue Unilersitly
Professor (Soils Chemist), IFAS Agricultural Research Center,
Immokafee 11958-19681.
EWEL, JOHN I., Ph.D. (Unnersit, of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor (1971-1971?.
FABRIC. ARTHUR L., M.S.W.
Assistant Professor of Social V ork in Psychiatry 1959-196 1
FAGERBERY, SEIGFRED WALTER. Ed.D. IUniversity of
Southern Mississippi)


Assistant Professor of Health Education I1971-19711.
FAHIEN. RAYMOND W., Ph.D. (Purdue Universityi
Professor of Chemical Engineering 1964-19641
FAIN, JOHN TYREE, Ph.D. (Vanderbill University)
Professor of English 1947-19511.
FAIRBANKS, CHARLES H., Ph.D. (University of Michigani
Professor of Anthropolog, 1963-19631
FAIRCHILD, ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL Ph.D IHarvard
Unilersitl
Professor (Entomologist., Gorgas. Memorial Lab Canal
Zone, IFAS (1968-19681.
FAIRCHILD, GARY F., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (Assistant .Agrcultural Economisrt.
IFAS (971-79711
FAIRING, ROBERT LEWIS, Ph.D. IUniversit of Piitsburghl
As.sociae Dean and Assocrate Professor Division oa
Continuing Education (i94'- 19701.
FAITH. MARK E M D (Uniersity of Chicago,
Resident in Surger 11969-1970.1
FAITH. ROBERT EARL JR D V M. ITexas A&M Unnersity
Postdoctoral Fellow in Comparative Medicine (1968-19681
FALLGATER. MICHAEL BYERS Ph D. (Northwestern Universityl
Interim Assistant Professor of Chemistryi 1969-1969.1.
FANE. GARN R.. M.B.A
Graduate Research Assistant, Disision of Administratise
Services, I. Hillis Miller Health Center (1971-19711.
FAST THOMAS B D D S Ohio Slate Universit i
Professor and Chairman Division of Oral Diagnosis, College
of Dentistry 1197'1-1971
FAULKNER, EDWARD EARL. B B C
Assistant Professor of Building Construction (19701.
FAULKNER, NORMAN A., J.D iUnisersilF ol Florda)
Associate Professor of Law 11969-19691
FEARN RICHARD LEE, Ph D. University ol Florida)
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering i 1965-1965'
FEARN ROBIN ARNOLD CRAIG M.S
Assistant Director of Libraries 1969-19691
FE4RNE., EDWARD MAURICE B Arch
Associate Prolessor of Architecture 1946-1958i".
FEASTER IOHN PIPKIN, Ph D IUni\ersiT of North Carolina)
Professor (Biochemistl IfAS 11951-19681
FEELEY CAROL1N P. M L S
Assistant Librarian in charge of Chemistry Library (1968-19681
FEINBERG. ROBERT M. B S B 4
Associate Universitv Eaminer (1962-19661
FEINGLASS, EDWARD JOEL, M.D Ijohns Hopkins LUniersilty
Intern in Medicine (i1970- 19701.
FEINSTEIN STEPHEN. M A
Postdoctoral Fellaos in Speech (1970-19,701
FEISS C.. MNC P
Professor of Archlecture and Urban Studies 1971- 1971)
FELDHERR. CARL M., Ph D IUniversil of Penns'lsanial
Associate Professor ol Pathologt (1966-1970,
FELDMAN. ALBERT WILLIAM Ph D oUniersit oft Minnesotai
Professor iPlant Pathologist), IEAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred (1958-19581
FELLERS JOHN D M.S
Assistant Director. Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics,
Assistant Professor of Health and Hospital Administration
(1958-1966)
FELLERS PAUL JOSEPH, Ph D. IUniversity of Michigani
Assistant Professor (Assistant Food Technologist) IFAS.
DC Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake
Alfred 1965-19651.
FELMAN 4L\IN H.. i D (Unilersit ol Cincinnalil
Assistant Professor in Pediatric Radiology 11969-1969).
FELTMAN, GORDON, M S E
Malor U S Air Force. Assistant Professor of Aerospace
Studies 11970-19701.
FENN. HENRY ANDERSON, LL B ,Yale University I
Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus. College of Law
11948-7959)
FERGUSON, EMMET F R i D IMedical College oa Georgial
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery i 1969-1969).
FERGUSON. RAMOND CARL M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Education 1962-19621


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STAFF AND FACULTY


FERGUSON SARAH CAROLINE, MS in L.S.
Instructor-Lbrarian, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
1 1951-1962) "
FERRELL, ROGER ERNEST, IR M D. (University of Floridai
Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecologs 11970-1970).
FERRER. jORGE, M.D. (College of Medicine of Uruguayi
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmologs and Pediatrics
11970-1970)
FIELDBINDER. WILLIAM CLIFFORD. B.B.A., C.P.A.
Director of Internal Control (1969-1969)
FILLMER. HENRY T., Ph D. (University of Ohio)
Associate Professor of Education 11967-1967).
FINE, STUART L., M.D IUniversily of Marylandl
Resident in Ophthalmology 11969-1969.1
FINGER KENNETH FRANKLIN Ph.D. (UnisersiT ot Wisconsin,
Professor and Dean. College of Pharmac) 11968-19681.
FINLAYSON, BIRDWELL. M.D IUniversity of Chicagol
Associate Professor in Surgery 11967-1970)
FINLASON GORDON C., M.D IUniversity ot Floridai
Resident in Medicine (1970-1970).
FINLEY, MARTHA CLAUDETTE. M S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy ( 1969-19691
FISCHLSCHWEIGER, WERNER. PhD (Grazi
Associate Professor. Division of Oral Pathology. College of
Dentistry (1969-19691
FISHER BRADLEY. ED D University of Floridai
Assistant Professor of Comprehensise Logic. Adviser
'1969 1970).
FISHER, CARROLL L. III B.D A E.
Interim Teacher. P K Yongell9'1-1971l.
FISHER, FRANCINE E.. M S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologistr IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Lake Alfred
11946 19461
FISHER JAMES FREDERICK. Ph D IPennsylvania State,
Associate Professor iAssociate Chemist), D C Agricultural
Research & Education Center. Lake Alfred 17969-19691
FISHER. NORMN PAGE. M A. n Ed.
Assistant Professor of Phssical Therapy 1196--19681.
FISHER WALDO R. MD lUnersils oi Pennylhaniai
Assistant Professor of Medicine 11965-1965)
FISKELL, JOHN GARTH AUSTIN Ph.D. IMcGill)
Professor (Biochemist) IfAS 11951719611.
FITCH, JOHN S. III. M.A
Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science 11971-19711.
FI1ZGERALD. CONSTANCE Mi D IWashington Univeriltli
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmolog) 11971-19711.
FITZGERALD LAWRENCE T.M S Universal ol Floridai
Research Associate in Radiology 11964 19691
FLAGC. RICHARD SINCLAIR M.E E
Associate in Astronoms (1966-79701
FLAIM, JOHN DONALD Ph D INew oork Uninersitli
Associate Professor ofArr 11966-1969)."
FLANNERY MERLE ELIZABETH Ed.D IPennsvl'ania State
Uniers.it,
Assistant Professor of Education 11966-19661
FLEMING ARTHUR R., M.D (Temple Unrsersitli
Resident. trainee, and Assistant in Psychiatry 1969-1969.1
FLEMION PHILIP FREDERICK MN A
Assistant Director, Center for Latin American Studies
01962-1962).
FLESHER CAROL K. Ph.D Unmversilt of Floridai
Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling Center,
Assistant Professor or Psychology 1 1965- 1965.i.
FLOWERS. JOHN WILSON Ph D IUniversily ot Virginial
Professor or Phsics i 1947-19531
FLUCK RICHARD CONRAD Ph D. INorth Carolina Staie
Uni ersity
Associate Professor I Associate Agricultural Engineer) IFAS.
1965-19691
FLUKER SAM SPRUILL Ph.D. IUniersity ol Hawaii)
Assistant Professor Assislant Entomologis l Agricultural
Research Center Monticello IfAS 1969-1969i.
FOATA. DOMINIQUE C Ph.D. IUniteisit\ of Parisi
visitingg Professor of Mathematics 19"1-719'1


FOGLER, H. RUSSELL, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Management (1971-1971).
FONTAINE. THOMAS DAVIS, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Assistant Director, Division of Sponsored Research
11971-1971).
FONTANA, JOHN JR., M.D. (Georgetown University)
Chief Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology (1968-19711.
FORBES, INA CLAIRE, M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1968-1970).
FORBES, RICHARD B., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University)
Associate Professor (Associate Soils Chemist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Sanford
(1948-1967).
FORD, ERNEST SIDNEY Ph.D. IUniversity of Chicago)
Professor (Botanist. IFAS 11947-1949).
FORD, HARRY W., Ph.D (Ohio State University)
Professor fHorticulturrst), IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Lake Alfred 11950-1962).'
FOREMAN, RONALD C, JR., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of English, Director of Afro-American
Studies Program (1970-1970)
FORGNONE, CHARLES. Ed.D. (Peabody University)
Associate Professor of Education 11970-1970).
FORIZS LORANT, M.D. IFerencz jozsef. Hungary)
Clincal Associate in Psychiatry 11965-1965).
FORRESTER. DONALD JASON, Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Parasitologist)
IFAS, (1969-19691.
IUKKMAN, MARION EDWIN. Ph.D (Iowa State University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering. Director of Engineering
External Programs 1955-19681.
FOSCUE, HENRY A., M D IDuke University
Resident in Medicine 11969-1969).
FOSTER. M.L M.F.A
Assistant Professor of Architecture(1971-1971)
FOSTER, ROBERT RON J D.
Interim Instructor 1970-19701
FOUSE, SARAH BAIRD, hI.M
Assistant Professor of Music 11968-1970).
FOUST. CHARLES WILMOTT, B.S.
Assistant in Chemical Education 1970-19701.
FOX, IACKSON LELAND, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering (1968-1968)
FOX, LAURETTA EWING. Ph U. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Pharmacology 11949-1955).
FOX. WILLIAM MCNAIR Ph.D IOhio State University)
Professor of Industrial Relations and Management
11954-71963)
FRANKE, DONALD EDWARD. Ph D ITexas A & M University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Geneticistl IFAS
i1968 19691
FRANCIS, RICHARD LANE, Ph.D. INorthweslern University)
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering (1971-19711

FRANCIS, \IRGINIA GLADYS. M.A.
Associate Librarian. Reference and Bibliography (1964-1971).
FRASER. DONALD I. M.D. IHahnemann Medical Collegel
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics (1968-1968).
FRASER L KEITH. M D. IJohns Hopkinsl
Resident in Ophthalmology 1970-1970).
FRAZER, PERCY WARNER M.F
Associate Professor of Forest Management and
Associate Forester, Agricultural Experiment Stations
11936-19491
FRAZER, WILLIAM IOHNSON, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Economics (1957-1968).'
FRAZER, WINIFRED LOESCH, Ph.D IUniversity of Floridal
Associate Professor of English (1955 19641.
FREDERICKS, CARL M.B A.
Interim Instructor of Finance 1'1968-1968).
FREDLEY MARILYN E., B.A
Assistant in Psychiatry 11969-1969).
FREELAND. JAMES JACKSON. I.D.
Professor of Law 11957-1963) '
FREEMAN. CHARLES ENSOR, M.S
Assistant in Agronom). IFAS i 1967-19671.






STAFF AND FACULTY


FREEMAN, ELEANOR F L ,R N
Instructor. Manager of Operating Room (1966-1966)
FREEMAN. SALLIE, Ph.D.
Instructor, Nueroscience
FREEMAN, GEORGE ROLAND. M.S A IUni ersity of Floridai
Assistant Agricultural Engineer. IFAS 1950 19671
FREEMAN lAMES \., M D. IUmveisilt of Tennessee,
Instructor in Surgery 11967 79691.
FREEMAN, THOMAS EDWARD, Ph D ILouisiana State
Universilyl
Professor IPlant Pathologist' IF4S (1956-1968)
FREEMAN. WATSON LOUIS, i S5 E.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 11953- 19671.
FREGLY. MELVIN I Ph.D. (University of Rochester,
Professor of Physiology and Assistant Dean for Graduate
Education in the Medical Sciences 1956- 19681.
FRENCH. WILLIAM JOHN, Ph D. INew York Stale Lin.iersilt i
Assistant Professor assistant Plant Pathologisti IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center. Afonrcello, '196'- 19671
FREUND, CERHARD M.D If W Goethe Lninersil) Germanyp
Associate Professor of Medicine i 1963-19701
FRIAS, JAIME, M.D.
Assistant Professor
FRIED. MELVIN. Ph.D. (Vale Universit~y
Professor of Biochemisir 1i956- 9671
FRIEL JANNETTE.M.S. iUniersit) ol Florida'
Assistant in Psschologs 11970- 19701.
FRIST, JOHN C., hi D. (Washington Uni.ersity at 51. Louisi
Resident in Surgery 1967-71970.
FRISTOE, CHARLES H\ESLEY, Ph.D IUnisersily of IllInois
Associate Professor of Economici 11950 1955,
FRITZ, GEORGE). Ph.D IPurdue Unisersily
Associate Proiessor irssociate Plant Pathologistj IF AS
01960- 1964j.
FROMANG, DAVID. M.D IUnisersrti of Florida'
Intern in Surgery
FROSSARD, ROBERT T., Ph D iMichigan Un.iersilsi
Assistant Professor of Education 11968- 19681
FR'.JACKLEROY Ph D IPurdue Linierseitl
Professor of Poultr) Science I Poulrrs Products Technologisti
IFAS 11964.1970,
FRY, NORMAN I., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor or English 17971-19.71
FRY, RICHARD M M.D. ITemple Uni\ersits'
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgers 1960- 1967.'
FULLER. DAVID DOWD. M.Ed
Baseball Coach and Assistant Football Coach 1946 1946'
FULLER EARL W., IR M.D iMedical College ot \ irginal
Resident in Medicine 1968-19691
FULLER. THOMAS J., M.D (Norlh.estern Uni.ersillv
Resident in Medicine 1969- 197"j
FUNK. ARTHUR LAYTON. Ph D Universitl of Chicagoi
Professor of Humanities and History 1 1946-19621
FURLONG, ROBERT E LL MN. Iale Uninersiilw
Professor of la~ 11966 19661.
FURLOW, LEONARD T. IR M.D iM\ashinglon Unniersil
at St Louis Missourll
Associate Professor in Surgers (1965-196'1
FURLOW, LEONARD T. SR., M D IEmor~ Universilri
Clinical Professor in Surgery (1969-19698
FURMAN, THOMAS de SAUSSURE, M S.C E
Professor of Enslronmental Engineering and Professor of
Civil Engineering 1951-19641
FURR. CHARLES GILMORE. LL.B (Wake Forest Un.versilyl
Director of Deselopment (1969-1969)
GABBAY, EDMONDJ. Ph.D (Columbia Universrus
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
07969- 9691
GADDIS ARTHUR G.. Ed D IOklahoma State Uni\ersiltl
Interim Assistant Professor of journalism and
Communications ( 1971.19711
GADLING. LARRY ALVIN NM Ed
Instructor of Education 1971-19711.
GADSEN, THOMAS, Ed D tUniversity of Floridai
Associate Professor, P K. longe Laboratory
School (1967-19711.


GAFFNEN, IEROME IOSEPH, M.S IPennsylsania Stale Universityv
Instructor, Assistant Agricultural Engineer USDA. IF45
(1966-1966)
GAGEN. TERENCE M. Ph D. lAustralian National Universiti,
'Visirng Associate Professor of Mathematics 19"1.19711
GACLIANO, THEODORE E M D IColumbia Lini\erilt l
Assistant Professor 11965-1 9651
GAHAN, IAMESB M.S.
Professor of Entomology and Administratne Olircer.
USDA Entomology Research Laborator r 1963.19631
GAINES. CAROLYN lANE. M.S
Associate Librarian Catalog 11965-1970;
CAITANIS LOUIS ANDREW, M ,. I.D iUmniers s
of Floridai
.Associate Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Studies
11946-19511.
GATHER. ROBERT BARKER. Ph D IUnnersitl of Illinoisi
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of
Department 1962962 61
GALLAHER WILLIAM RHEA, IR A
Interim Graduate Teaching Assistant in Speech 1 970.-19701
GALLOIS. ANDRE, Ph D (lOford Universityi
'Visilng Assistant Professor of Philosophs 119'1 19711
GAMBLE IOHN FRANCIS Ph D IRutgers Uni\ersily
Associate in Botans. IFAS Agricultural Experiment Sartion.
(1968-19711
GAMMON NATHAN. Ir Ph D IOhio State Unisersli,
Professor Soils Chemisti. IFAS 1946- 1946
CANNON, MICHAEL VALENTINEE Ph.D'iLUni\ersil ot Floridal
Associate Professor of Religion and History 11967-19691.
CANO. O\ID RAYMOND BE E
Head, Boeleclronc and Instrument Shop and Assisiant
Professor ol Radiolog\ 11944.-197'0l
C4RABEDIAN GARABED A Ph D IUnitersil ,i linnesoial
I siting Professor of Immunolog) and Medical Micro-
b.olog 1i 1970 19.70.
GARBER, MALCOLM Ph.D lUnisersily o0 Southern
Calilorn.ia
Assistant Professor of Education 17968-19681
GARCIA-BENGOCHEA FRANCISCO M D. IlUniersits ot
Habana and Tulane Linnierir I.
Professor ol Surgery i1962.19701'
GARDNER. CHARLES HUGH Ed.D i'niveisiti ol Indianal.
Assistant Professor or Education 196'- 196'
GARG LAL C Ph D iLJninersii of Floridai
Asislant Professor in Pharmacology and Therapeutics
1969-19691
GARLINGTON IAMESC. MD 3le Un rersli
Clinical Assirant Professor in Surgery 1965- 1961
GARNSEi. STEPHEN MICHAEL. Ph D IUnnierist% ot Caliornia,
Associate Professor rAssociate Plant Pathologist.
USDA. IF 45 1969- 19691
GARRARD LEON A Ph D lUniersilt ol Floridai
Associate in Plant Ph5 siology. IFAS. Agricultural
Experiment Starions. 1963-19.71"
GARRETT ED'WARD ROBERT Ph D Michiganr Slale
Uni ersilri
Graduate Research Professor oi Pharmacs I 1967-1961i
GARRETT RICHARD EDWARD Ph D. (Untiersil1 ol Virg.nia
Professor of Phssics and Physical Science 1963-19701
GARRETT, ROBERT, B.S E.E iPratt Instilutei
Assistant in Psychiatrr I 196'-19681
CARRIGUES, ROBERT C Ph D Florida Stale
UnlnersiTya
Associate ,n Health and Hospital Administration
Diision of Administratie Sersices. I Hillis Ailler
Health Center 1971-19.11
GARRISON, DONALD. M.D uLninersity or North Carolina
Reisdent in Pediatrics 179'0 19'01
CARVIN JEWEL H.. B.S in L S B A
Assistant Librarran. Health Center Librars 1960-1964
CASCHE. ROBERT THURSTON M.Ed
Teacher. P K Yonge Laboratory School i 1968 -168I
GASCHO, GAR' IOHN Ph.D. IMichigan State Unnrersilyi
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Nurltironisi. IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Belle
Glade (1968- 19'0l






STAFF AND FACULTY


ASSET ANTONIO M D. IBoslon Unisersilyl
Assistant Professor of Ophrhalmology 11971-1971).
G4TER, ROGER ALLEN, Ph D IPurdue Universityl
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 11968-19681
G4A-CROSIER. RAYMOND, Docreur-es-Letiles iBerne
University
Associate Professor of French 11967-19671.
GEBHARDT BRAN Ph D ITulane Liniersilsi
Assistant Professor of Pathologs 1969-19691
GEHAN FREDERICK EDWARD. M A E
.Associare Professor of English 1 1946-19551
GEIGER WILLIAM H MD
Clinical Assocrate in Psychiatry 11968- 19681
GEITHMAN. DAVID T. Ph D IUniversity of Floridal
.Assistant Professor of Economics 1967- 19671.
GELLINEK. CHRISTIAN I.. Ph D IYale Un.iersilyl
Professor of German 1197 1
GENTRY. IOE PERRI. Ph.D
Associate Professor IAssociate Agricultural Engineerl
USDA. IFAS 119'1-19"'l
GENUNC, W ILLIAM GORDON. M.S.
Professor Entomologisti. IFAS. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center Belle Glade
(1949-1970,
GEOGHEGAN. PATRICK MARTIN. Ph D IUniversiry of Illinois
Assistant Professor of English 11967- 1968)
GEORG, JAMES GONDER. B S
Assistant Professor Assistant Meteorologist. and Center
Director, IFAS National Weather Agricultural Research
Center. Lakeland 1952- 19701
GEORGE THEODORE SAhMUEL, Ph D iDuke Univers.Ty
Professor of Elcctrical Engineering 1 1938-1956i "
GERALDSON CARROLL MORTON. Ph D iLnimersil' or
i%,scon-ini
Professor I Soils Cherrastl If4AS Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Bradenton 1951- 1969i
GER'RD. DIANA KATHLEEN MA 4
Inrerim Assstant Professor oi Italian 1969- 1969
GERARDO ALEXANDER MN.S
Assistant Professor of Mathematrcs. Ad rser i 1968-19baI.
GERBER IOHN FRANCIS. Ph D lUniversii. or MIssour]I
Professor iClrr.maoluisti and Assistant Dean oif Research
If AS 1 960- 1971
GERVAIS, ROBERT H M.D iSlale Uniseri.ls of Ne YVorki
Assistant Professor of Psschiatry. Alachua Counlt Health
Department 11970-19701
GESSNER. IRA H. M.D luniversilt or Vermonli
Professor ot Pediatrics 11960- 1970
GETZEN SAMUEL PACE
Manager. Campus Shop and Bookstore I 1960- 1961h.
CIANNINI RALPH \ICTOR M A
Interim Instructor in Social Sciences and Director. Expanded
Educational Opportunities Program 1971- 19711
GIBBS KENNETH CHARLES, Ph D IOregon State Liniersitl i
Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics and Assistant
Professor of Ent ironmental Engineering IAS and Eng,neer,ng
11969 19691
GIBLIN MARGARET KELL MSN
Interim Instructor of Education 11969- 1969,
GIBSON CLARA LOUISE M S. IDresel Innilute of Technology
Assistant Professor i Clothing and Testilei Specialistl
1960-19701
GIBSON ROBERT L MD IMedical College of \irginiai
Instructor in Anesthesiolog) 1 I968- 19 701
GIBSON WILLIAM I M D
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology 11968-1968 .
GIESEL. 14AES T Ph D IUnisersipI of Oregoni
Assistant Professor of Zoolog 11970.19"'ni
CIFFORD. GEORGE EDWIN, Ph D IUnniersits of Minnesolai
Professor of Immunologi and Medical nlrcrobiologv 1 1957-
1968i
GILBERT. CARTER ROWELL. Ph.D IUnisersil. ol Michigani
Assistant Curator of Ichthsology Florida State Museum
Assistant Professor to Zoology 196i- 196]1
GILBERT. IR.% IN H Ph D IOhio Stale Universit' I
Professor Entomnologisi and Assstant Director. USDA


Enromology Research Laboratory. IFAS (1963-1963).
GILBRAITH, KENNETH MARSHBURN, M.S.A
Associate Professor (Associate Vegetable Marketing
Specialist) IFAS 11957- 1959).
GILIBERT. O05E ENRIQUE, M.D. INational Universily School of
Medicine Mexico Cilyl
Assistant Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology (1971-1971).
GILKISON. BETTM GAY, M S.
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education and
Recreation 17969 19701.
GILLETTE, JA1 MICHAEL, M.F.A
Assistant Professor of Speech (1968-19681.
GILLILAND, CHARLES H, M.A
Interim Instructor in English 11969-1969).
GILLILAND, IOHN WESLEY. Ed.D. INew Vork University
Visiting Professor of Education 11970-19701.
GILLS. jAMES PITZER. R M D.
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (1968-1968).
GILMAN. STE\ E H M D Universily of Florida)
Clinical Instructor of Surgery (1966-19691.
GILMORE. ALVIN RAY. D F iDuke University)
Visiting Professor, IFAS (19771-971
GIPSON. AMOS C Mh D (Vanderbilt Universiy I
Clinical Instructor of Medicine 11968-19691
GIRARDET. ROLAND M.D.
Fellow in Surgery
GLAFCKE, W ROBERT. M A
Associate Professor of journalism and Communications
i1962.19671.
GLEIM IRVIN N, Ph D LUniversil of Illinoisi
Assistant Professor of Accounting (1971-1971.
GLENN, IOHN K .B S.
Systems Analhst Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics
11966- 19661
CLENN, MiARY T IM.S.
Assistant in Pathologs 119'0 1970i
GLICKSBERG, hMANDELL LL hi iNew York Universily
Prttessor of Las\ u1953-19591.
GLICKSTEIN ANDREW M M.D. ilohns Hopkins Unuiersrtyi
Intern in Medicine 11970-19701.
CODBEY. ASA L. MND University ol Floridal
Assistant Professor i 1967-1968i.
GODDARD. FREDERICK OWEN. Ph D (Duke Unimersityl
.Assistant Professor of Economics 11966-19661.
GODDARD. RAY EVERETT Ph.D (Texas A&M University
Associate Professor of Forestry and Agronomy, and
Associate Geneticist, IfAS. 11959-1964.1.
GODWIN GRANT MURRAY, M.Ag.
Associate Professor rAssociate State 4-H Club Agentl IFAS
S1952- 19591
COFF FREEMAN LEO B S
Manager of Married Housing. Division oi Housing
t 968-1968I
GOFFMhN. IRVING J.. Ph D. IDuke Universilyl
Professor ol Economics 119591. Chairman, Department of
Economics 11901
GOING. ROBERT E., D D S., M.S iUniversily ol Illinoisi
Associate Professor and Chairman. Division of Biomarerials,
College of Dentistry (1969-1969).
GOLAN. IONATHAN B. Ph D (The Hebrew Universily-
jerusalemi
\'isirrng Assiltant Professor of Mathemarics (1971-19711
GOLDEN, TERRi D M.D. iUniversilt of North Carolinai
Resident .n Medicine 11968-19691
GOLDHURST WILLIAM, PhD ITulane Uniersilyi
Associate Professor of Humanities 11964-19641
GOLDMAN. JACQUELIN ROBERTA A, Ph.D. (Unisersil ol
Illinoisl
Associate Professor of Psschology and Clinical Psychology
(1961-19691.
GOLDMAN LEONARD JAY. M.S. IUniversitv ol Miamil
Instructor lAssistant in Entomologyl, IFAS I 1971-19711
GOLDSTEIN. MARK K.. Ph D (Cornell Universily
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology (1971-19711.
CONYEA, EDWARD FRANCIS, M.D. (Georgelown Universily)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1967-19671.






STAFF AND FACULTY


GOODNIGHT. THOMAS M M D Ilndiana Universilyl
Resident in Radiology (1971-79711.
GOODWIN, IERROLD RALPH. Ph.D. IUniverstv ol Californiai
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1969
GORBET. DANIEL WAYNE. Ph.D. (Un.sersity ol Oklahomal
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist), IF.S,
Agricultural Research Center. Mariana (1970-1970)
GORDON. IRA JAY, Ed.D (Columbia Universityi
Graduate Research Professor of Education (1956-19'71
GORDON. KATHERINE K.. M 4 IColumbia Uninersill
Associate in Psychology 1968i
GORDON, MICHAEL WALLACE. J.D. iL'nivessts of
Connecticut)
Professor of Laws (1968-19717
GORDON, RICHARD E., M.D. iUni\ersiti of Michiganl
Associate Professor of Psychiatrs 1967. 19671
GORDON. RONALD JEFFREY Ph D IPrincelon Unisersilti
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering 1969-19691
GORENBERC, RICHARD. tI D iDuke Unineisit\
Chief Resident in Obstelrics and Cynecologs I 1968-197 7
GORMAN, BENJAMIN L., Ph D ITulane UniRersrs i
Associate Professor of Soc.ologs 1968 19681
COSLINGA, CORNELIS CH Ph D iNimmegen Liniversit
Professor of Latin American Studies and History 1967. 196'
GOTTESMAN STEPHEN G Ph D Uni\ersi'l o Mianchesierl
Assistant Professor ol Astronomy 11971- 1971,
GOTTI. EDWARD W Mi D iUni ersil of Florida;
Assistant in Medicine 1 7969- 19'll
COUCK. HARRY KODD. iM 5 hassachuselis Llniersiai
Assistant Professor. Assistant Entomologist LISDA. IF4S.
S1966-19661
GOULD, ROBERT WILLIAMi Ph D UiLnisersit or Floridai
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering 11964- 19681
GOULD, SHARON D., M S.W
GOWAN SAMUEL CHARLES MAi
Instructor in Humanities 1967.19771.
GRAEFFE, ARNOLD DIDIER. Ph.D. IBerlini
Professor of Humanities 11948-79631
GR4ETZ, DONALD A Ph.D Vrniser~iirs of Wi4cons.n'
Assistant Professor Assislant Soil Entnronmentalihls
IFAS 119"'1-971
GRAFFAM. SHIRLEY RUTH. Ed D IColumbia Urnierrsilr
.Associate Professor. College of Nursing 197 -19.71 I
GRAHAM. HENRY H.. MI.D ICornell LUniersily;
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1 1959-19591.
GRAHAM, MARGARET NICOL IM M
Interim Instructor of Music i 1969- 19691.
GRAHAM. MARY ELIZABETH. IM. E
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 1964--1966,
GRAHAM. ROBERT B.. Ph.D i lexas Techn.cali
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Research Associale
in Surgery 1967.19691
GRAHAM THOMAS ALOYSIUS, IR B S
Assistant Registrar 11959- 11631 '
GRAINGER DAVID A D.D.S INorthwesiern Unisersiiv
Professor and Chairman Division of Operative Dentistr.
College of Dentistry. (1969 19691
GRAMLING. LEA GENE, Ph.D IUniLerrilY of Floridai
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemstir and Chairman of the
Department 11946- 1959).
GRANT. IOHN. Ph D iNe, York UniversilYi
Postdoctoral Fellos. Mathematics 1 9'0. 19701
GRAND, IOHN LOUIS ROCHON, MN.A
Professor of Architecrure 193 7.194.).
GRANTHAM, WILLIAM I.. IR., M.S E.
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 17959- 19631J
GRASSL. CARL O, M.A
Associate Professor (Associate Botanist. IFAS. Agricultural
Research & Education Center. Belle Glade i1971-19'11
GRATER. H4RRY ALLEN. Ph D IPenn State UnnersitI
Director, Senior Counseling Psychologist Universit)
Counseling Center. Professor of Psycholog) 11965- 79651
GRAVES, HOWARD BRADLEY. IR Ph.D lUniersity ol
Washingtoni
Instructor (Assistant in Chemistry), IFAS. Agricultural


Research and Educational Center Lake Alfred. (1952-19651
GRAVES, SAMUEL RAY, B A.
Director of Athletics (1960-19691.
GRAVES, SHIRLEY1 M.D lUn nersil 11f Nlami
Assistant Professor in Anesthesiology and Pediatrics
(1970-797l1
GRAY. JOHN LEWIS. D.F IDuke Unilersit~i
Professor. (Chairman of Forestry Department and Director
of School of Forest Resources and Conservalton. IFAS
(i963-19701
GRANBEAL ROBERT T hN.D IHarsard Uni\eris,\i
Resident in Medicine 17969-19-0).
GREEN, nLEX EDWARD SAMUEL. Ph.D IUnisersily of
Cincinnatl;
Graduate Research Professor of Ph sics. Graduate Research
Professor of Aerospace Engineering. Graduate Research
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1 1963-19631
GREEN. IACOB ht D. (lUniser'sit ol Alabamad
Clinical Instructor in Medicine i 19-0-19"0l
GREEN. IAIES RUSSELL. IR M D lUnsersily of \ irginial
Associate Professor Medicine 1 1959-1967'
GREEN. RICHARD HAMILTON Ph D lUniseris,\ ol Californial
Professor of English and Chairman of the Department
(1977.19,'1
GREEN RICHARD LOUIS Ph.D IUniersai( oi Illinois;
Assistant Professor of Speerh 1 lQh'. 19691
REEN, \ ICTOR EUGENE. JR Ph.D iPurdue Uni ersilvi
Professor i Agronomistl I FAS 1951-19651
GREENAWALT, THOMiAS CHARLES M Ag
Assistant Professor (Assstant State -I-H Club Agent, IFAS
11962. 79661
LREENE. CAL% IN CLAY M S Mi.E
Director of Phs sical Plant 17950 1950'
GREENE. GERALD LEE Ph.D IOregon Slare Lnisersitl
Associate Professor Assistant Entomologist, IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Quincv
71966-19"'0
GREENE. ROBERT EDWARD LEE Ph D ICornell Urisersilri
Prolessor IAgrrcultural Economist I 7948- 19481.
GREENMAN JOHN ROOSEVELT ID tUniersil\ no Floridai
Professor o1 gricultural Economics, IFAS 1939- 79I45
GREENSTEIN LILLIAN R M A 1 Uniersi~, olf lichigan;
Assistant Professor of Occupational Theraps \ A.'
i 1977-19"1

GREENWOOD GORDON E. Ed D IUnnersily at Indianai
Assistant Prolessor of Education 1 7967 196.7
GREER. MEL\ IN i D INelw Sork Unisers4.i
Professor of Medicine and Pediarrics and Chief Drision
ol Neurology 1961-19671
GREGG IAMES. HENDERSON. Ph.D iPrinceton Uniersityl
Professor of Zoologs 1 79511963 "

GREPPIN. JOHN A C i A
Interim Assistant Professor of Classical Languages
and Linguistirs 1997-719711
GRIERSON W\ILLIAM Ph D ICnrnell UnL.ersil I
Professor iHorticulturist IFAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center, Lake Alfred, 1952 19651
CRIFFIN. DANA, III. Ph.D IUn.Iersiar oi Tenness.ep
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Botany
17967.1967)
GRIFFIN GEORGE MELVIN Ph D IRice UniersilS
Professoor f Ceologs 119"'0 1970i.
GRIFFIN N4NCY CLAIRE. M S
Teacher, P K. Yonge Laboralory School 196'- 196'
CRIFFIS CAROLYN STALLINGS, Ph D IVninersiry ci Floridai
AssisrantProfessor of Social Sciences. Adviser 1 965- 19691
GRIFFITH. JOHN L Ed D IOklahoma Slate Uni ersilti
Associate Professor of journalism and Communicalnons
S1969-19691
GRIFFITH, MILDRED MASON Ph.D IUnvers.li of Caliorniai
Professor of Biological Sciences and Botany 1950-19631
GRIGCS. HARR1 H Ph.D ILUnnersit~ of lovai
Professor of journalism and Communications i 1958- 7970
GRIGGS, THOMAS M., N1 D. ;LUniser;il or \irginiai
Resident in Surgery 7968- 19 70






STAFF AND FACULTY


GRIGSBY, JOHN R M A.
Assistant Professor of Music 1 1967-1967i
GRIGSB, SHAW EARL Ph D. Cornell Unversityl
Professor (Extension Training Specialist IFAS (1953-1967)
GRIM CHARLES JR., t 5 B C.
Assistant Professor of Building Construction 11967-1970).
GRINBERG MARC A., M D rCornell Universilyi
Resident in Ophthalmology I1970-.19'0
GRINTER, LINTON E Ph D. iLnimersitl of Illinoisi
Dean Emeritus and Professor Direcror. Sell Study
Office
GRISSOM EUGENE EDWARD. M.F.A
Professor of Art and Charman of Departmenl of Art
i795 19661.

GROOMS DONALD 4 MA.4
Associate Professor of journalism and Communications
1 962 -19' 1.
GROSS DOROTHN
Instructor. College of Nursing and Chief of Nursing
Servces-l A.I 11969-19691
GROSS IOHN A. M.D. IOhio State Un.versily
Resident in Psschiatrs 1 1970 19'01.
GROSS SARA. MS S
Associate in Psychiatrry Social ,sorA 1970 1970'
GROSSMAN THELMA F MS
Academic Professor in Psschology Social \lork
11968 19681.
GROTELUESCHEN. THOMAS S Mi S
Interim Teacher. P K. Yonge Laborarors School 1 1970-19701
GROWTH. EARL C N KA E
Assistant Professor of Music 11967. 19671
GUBBINS. KEITH EDMUND Ph.D. ILondoni
Associate Professor or Chemical Engineering 11962 1968i
GUERRERO, MANUEL i D IUniersilr of Santa Domingo'
Clinical Associate in Psychiarr 1965-19651
GUERTIN WILSON H Ph D Michigan Stare Uniter;.ili
Professor of Education 1960- 19681
CUINtAH BARR'i IOSEPH Ph D iMichigan State UniLersilti
Assistant Professor of Education, 19b8- 19'0 (
GULL. DWAIN D Ph.D iCornell Unlnersily
Associate Professor i Associate Horticulturisti IFAS
11958-1961'
CURIN SAMIUEL PhD IColumbia LUntersiti
Profe sor of Biochemistr DIi sion of Biological Sciences
119b9-1969i
GURUCHARRI. INCENT MD University ot Chicagoi
Intern in Surgery
GUTTER' EDWIN. M D IUniversit of Louisvillei
Resident in Pediatrics 1 19'0- 197'0
GUTnINGER HELEN IRELAND M Ed
Teacher. P K Ionge Laboratory School 11968 19691
GUTTMAN ROBERT IAN LL iM.
Assiirant Professor of lai i1967-19671
GUN ALBERT GLASGOW,. Ph.D iCarnegie InsiiueF or
Technology
Professor of hletralurgical and Materials Engineering
1960-19601
GUN CLIFFORD M D. INe, lerses College of Medicinei
Clinical Fello%% in Medicine 1 1969-1970,
GU., IOSEPH F Ph D. iUnineisir ot Illinoisi
Assistant Protessor of Accounting 19'0-197101.
GU-TON DA ID L D IHartard Medical School
Intern in Medicine 119.70- 19.70
GUZMAN 'VICTOR L Ph D iCornell Lniversiti
Prolessrr orriculturisti. IF S Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Belle Glade
GVGI. ANDREW. iMD Linnersity or North Carolinai
Resident in Surgers 11970-19701
HABECK DALE HERBERT Ph D INorth Carolina Slale
Llniversil i
Associate Professor I Associate Entomologistl. I AS
11963.196''
HACKETT, RAYMOND L M D lUnn.er sii ot vermonli
Associate Prolessor of Parhologs i 1962- 1968,


HACKLER, RUTH NADINE, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Extension Consumer Education
Specialists, IFAS {1969-19691.
HADLE\, RUFUS TILMON, B.S.
Director, Administrative Computing Center (1960-1969).
HADLEY, WILLIAM P.. M.D. IDuke UnversitlI
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1968- 9681.
HADLOCK, EDWIN HAROLD, Ph.D (Cornell University)
Professor of Mathematics (1948-1953).
HAGGERTN, JOHN JOSEPH. Ph.D. (University ol Illinois)
Assistant Professor of English (1967-1967).
HAHN, WILLIAM, M.A.
Area Director, Division of Housing (1967-1971).
HAINES, LEWIS FRANCIS, Ph.D. University of Michigan)
Professor of Humanities and Comprehensive Logic
11941-19461

HALE IAMES PIERCE. M.S.
Professor of Music and Acting Chairman 11957-19711.
HALE LESTER LEONARD. PhD ILousiana State University)
rice Prsesident for Student Affairs and Professor of Speech
(1935-1967)."
HALE. MARK PENDLETON, JR., Ph.D. ILlUnversityof Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-19701.
HALL, C. B, Ph.D iCornell Universily)
Professor i Horticullurist). IFAS 1950-19641
HALL, DOUGLAS C M D lUniversity of Floridai
Resrdenl in Obstetrics and Gynecolog) 17970-1970).
HALL, EVERETTE E JR Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Co-Director Mental Health Project Assistant Professor of
Ps chology 11962-19701.
HALL. IACK
Assistant Football Coach 1969-1969).
HALL LINDA THORNTON M A.
Assistant Professor of Ph sical Education (1969-1969).
HALL ROBERT M Mt D IUnversit ol Michigani
Resident in Radiology 1969-19691
HALL ROBERTA HALCOMB, M.S.
Associate Professor IEstension Home Furnishings Specialist),
IFAS t 195q*19691.
HALPERIN DON AKIBA Ph.D. I vrginna Polytechnic Instilule)
Professor of Building Construction 11953-19651.
HALSEY. LAWRENCE HENRY, M.S A
Associate Professor Associate Horticulturist) IFAS,
11948-7968i.
HAMACHER. HOWARD BROCKMAN. M.Arch.
Associate Professor of Architecrure 11956-1968).

HAMILTON, DAN NM, Ph D iKenT Stale UniversitVl
Postdocroral Fellow. Center for Neurobiological Sciences
(1968-19681
HAMMER. LOWELL CLARK. Ph.D (Universitr of Floridal
Associate Professor of Communicative Disorders and Speech
i1963-1970).
HAMMER MARIE SPEYRER MHEcEd.
Assistant Professor (Extension Home Economist), IFAS
,1969-19691
HAMMER. RICHARD HARTMAN, Ph D. (Uniersitl of Arizona)
Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1963-1963).
HAMMOND. EUGENE ASHBY, Ph.D. lUniversity of North
Carolinal
Professor of History and Social Sciences 1 1946-19551.
HAMMOND LUTHER CARLISLE Ph.D. flowa State University)
Professor (Soils Physicists, IFAS (1950-19641.
HAMPTON, ARCHIBALD S. M.D (Emory Universityl
Chiet Resident & Instructor in Psychiatry 1968-19681.
HANKS. ROBERT WILLIAM, Ph.D IUniversit ot Chicagol
Assistant Professor fAssistant Plant Physiologist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred.
.1955-19551
HANNA PAUL LAMONT. Ph.D. ISlanford Unisersityl
Professor of Hisrors and Social Sciences (1939-1946)
HANNA THOMAS LOUIS. Ph.D. (University o1 Chicagot
Professor of Philosophy i 1966-19,711.
HANNUM IOHN BALLARD M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K Yonge, Laboratory School (1958-19621.




!b,


STAFF AND FACULTY


HANRAHAN, ROBERT JOSEPH, Ph.D. tUniversily of Wisconsin)
Professor of Chemistry (1958-1971)
HANSON, HAROLD PALMER, Ph.D. (Universily of Wisconsin)
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Physics
(1969-1971).
HANSON, KARL B., M D. IUniversity of Chicagol
Clinical Associate Professor flHEP) in Medicine (1968-1968).
HANSON, THOMAS HUBBARD McHATTON. Ph.D (University
of Georgial
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968 .
HARDEN. RICHARD CLAYTON. Ph.D. Universilr ot Floridai
Professor of Electrical Engineering Resident Director.
GENESYS Orlando 17967 19671.
HARDEN, RUBY IOYCE, M.A (Uniersiti ot Floridal
Graduate Teaching Associate of Speech (1971 19.71.
HARDER, IAYNE CR4NE, Ph D. IUniversill of Floridal
Associate Professor of linguistics and Director of the English
Language Institute 11954- 9711."
HARDMAN, ALVIN A., M.D. (Unisersitv of Florida'
Chief Resident in Obstetrics and Cynecologs i 1965-19'" i.
HARDMAN-DE-BAUTIST4, M.I., Ph.D. ISlanford Unilersll\i
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics
(1968-19701.
HARDY, CHARLES .., M D University ol Missouril
Resident in Anesthesiologs 11969-79691.
HARLAN, WILLIAM EDWARD. NM A E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education and S wimming
Coach(1949-1954i
HARLAND. ERNEST CLAYTON, D.V.IM Oklahoma State Uni\
ersityl
Assistant Professor of Veterinary Science, IF4S. 11969-19691
HARMON, CHARLES. N.D (Washington Uni\ersiltl
Resident in Surger) (1967-19701.
HARMS. ROBERT HENR1. Ph.D. iTexas A&M Uni\ersilyl
Professor IPoultr) Nutritionistl and Chairman Poultry
Science Department. IFAS 195'- 19631
HARPER, AYLENE SHARP, M S
Assistant Program Director I. Wayne Reitz Union 1966-1966,
HARPER. CHARLES A, Ph D iUniversits or Florida,
Interim Assistant Professor of Biologs 119 1-19711.
HARPER, JULIA M.. M.Ed
Instructor, P K Yonge Laborator School 11966-1970)
HARPER, VERNE LESTER, Ph.D. IDuke UniversiTr.
Professor ol Forestry. IFAS 1966-1966;.
HARRELL, JAMES EDWARD, M.D IUnisersir or Floridai
Clincal Associate in Obstetrics and GCnecology 1 1971 I
H4RRER, GUSTAVE ADOLPHUS Ph.D IUnlnersil ol North
Carolinal
Director of Libraries and Chairman of Department ol Library
Science 11968-19681.
HARRIHARAN, PALGHAT V. Ph.D IUniverstlV of Toronlo
Canadai
Instructor in Biochemistry i1971-19711
HARRIS, BARNEY, JR.. Ph.D iOklahoma Stale Universirl
Associate Professor (Associate Dairy Nutritionist IFAS
(1963-1969)
HARRIS, GENE THOMPSON M S. IUniersitl of KentuckyI
Instructor I Assistant in Agricultural Economics I USDA.
IFAS 11970-19701.
HARRIS, N4NCN L., Ni S
Teacher. P. K. Yonge 11971-19'1l
HARRISON. CHANTAL R.. M D rUnerslry oi Floridai
Intern in Patholog 117971-19771.
HARRISON. DALTON SIDNEY M.S A
Professor (Agricultural Engineer) IFAS 11953-19681.
HARRISON MARY NALL, M.S
Assistant Professor (Extension Consumer Education
Specialist. IFAS 11963-7967,.
HARRISON, THOMAS, M.D. IDuke University I
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 17967-19671
HARROWER, MOLL), Ph D (Smilh Collegel
Visiting Professor of Psychology ( 1968-1970)
HART, THOMAS ALONZO EDWARD. Ph.D. lUniversity of
Michigan)
Professor of Humanities 11946-1954i


HARTLEY, CRAIC SHERIDEN, Ph.D. (Ohio State UniversitI
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1966-1968).
H~KI MAN., MAIR CREEKNMORE M Ed.
Interim Instructor of Education 1 1970- 19701
HARTSFIELD CHARLES \ ANE M.Ed
Coordinator of Special Programs Drsrion of Continuing
Education 1970- 19701
HARVEY, "ILLIAM B A.B
Director, Universir) Pres; f 1967- 1967
HASS, CHARLES GLEN Ed.D ,Columb.a Unisersir i
Professor of Education i1958-19581
HASTINGS PETER E B.I E
Administratire .ssistan 17965 19651.
HATCHER HAROLD 4, IR., M.D Ianderbill Uninersltl
Intern in Medicine 1970-.19"70
HATFIELD. KENNETH B.5 B
.Assistant Football Coach 1 1977I 19' 1
HAULMAN, STEPHEN RUSSELL. B S
Area Director. Di\nsion of Housing 7 1968- 19711
HAUPT, CHARLES. S B.S P
Assistant Director. Bureau of Professional Relations. College
of Pharmacy 11950-19501.
HAWKINS HENRY M.. IR M D IUniversil olf Akansasl
Clinical Fellow, in Medicine, 1970- 19 i-.
H4MKINS, IRVIN F M.D iUninersi\ o1 Marylandl
Assistant Professor of Radiology i 1968-19 ~0
HAWKINS. ROBERT A. M A.
Teacher P K onge Laborator, School 11969-19"'0.
HAWKINSON LANCE ION B Arch.
Assistant in Arch.tecture I 1970. 1 7l1i
H4ANCOOK \\ILIAM i M D IUnnserst or Louvain Belgiumi
Resident in Medicine 1969-19701
HA4ES BEN VILLIArM Ph D ilniUersit\ or Keniucks'
Assistant Professor iAssisiant Animal Nulritronistl IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Belle Glade
71967-1967'.
HAvES CAROL\IRGINI1. M Ed.
Assistant Prolessor. College ol "Jursing 7 957. 1964 "
HANES FRANCIS CLEMENT Ph D Uniersit, ol North Carolinai
Professor of Spanish 19J46 1948
H4ES PATRICIA B S
Instructor College of Nursng 1969-19691
H4NGOOD NANC AI B S
Assistant Direcior of Finance and Accounting I 79.;6- 1958
HANNES, jAMES W B S
Assistanr Football Coach 11967-1971'
HAYNES KEITH E M D Ilndiana Unisersityl
Resident in Ps\ch, trri ,19'"0-9l79
H4ANES MARGARET D, M 4.
Inrerim Teacher P I: Yonge Latorators School (1965-19661."
HAtNES RICHARD PIERCE Ph D iUnisersit of Illino.si
Associale Professor and Acting Chairman of Phdlosophy
(196'-197I1.
HAYS CLIFFORD OLI% ER Ph D iUn.s\rsii, ot Tesaai
Assistant Professor of Cdil Engineering 19'71 l-11
HA1SLIP, NORA4N CALVIN. BS\
Professor IEntomologisli IFAS, Agricultural Research Center.
Ft. Pierce (1943-19561'
HA9~~ RD FREDERICK WARREN Ph D. ICoinell Unieri)ll
Associate Professor IAisociate Biochemisti. f1AS Agricultural
Research and Educational Center. Lake Alred (1956-19561
HAZELRIGC. ROBERT L, M. D IUnisersiil of Illinois'
Resident in Medicine 11969-19691.
HAZOURI MARIORIE B S ilUniersi\ of Floridai
Assistant in Ophthalmology 11966-19661
HEAD HENR, HERBERT Ph.D. lUnisersirl of Marlandi
Associate Professor oi Daurn Husbandr) and Associate
Physiologist. Agricultural Experiment Stations 11963-79711
HE4NE r', J)MES P4TRICK Ph D ONortlhesiern Unniersitls
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering and
Civil Engineering 1 1968-19681
HEARN, DONALD WILLIAMS. Ph D Ijohns Hopkins Univeriits
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Sssrems Engineering
S1971-19'1i






STAFF AND FACULTY


HEARON, PAMELA KLINSMAN, B.S.
fAssistan| Librarian A.ssistant Professor, IFAS. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred, (1966-1967)1.
HEATH. LEONARD L.. M S.T
Interim Instructor of Mathematics 11971-19711.
HEBERT, LEE P. Ph D
Professor (Agronomrstrl, IFAS, Agricultural Research &
Education Center. Belle Glade 1971-19711
HEDDEN. SCOTT LOGAN. M S
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Engineer). IFAS,
USDA. Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake
Alfred 1963 19681
HEDGES, WILLIAM DEPEW Ed D ICeorge Peabody College
For Teachersi
Professor of Education and Chairman of the Elementary
Education Department 11971-19771
HEIGHTON, ROBERT HERBERT IR. Ph.D. (Un sersit of HawaiiN
Assistant Professor of Anthropologs 17969-19691
HEILM N. KENNETH I M D IUniverslly ot %irginial
Assistant Professor of Medicine i 1970-19701.
HEISHMAN ANNE F. MS IUniversitI ol Virginial
Research Assistant in Brochemistril 11968-1969)
HELD, BEREL, M D iTulane Unisersirvl
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and CGnecology I1968-19681.
HELLING. JOHN FREDERIC Ph.D IOhio State Unisersiti
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Chemistry
I 162-1966)
HELLSTROM. WARD, Ph D IUnneriis of Illinoi~i
Associate Professor of English r 1961.196.1
HEMAN.ACKAH. SAMUEL M Ph D (Universily of Londoni
visitingg Postdoctoral Assocrate. College of Pharmacy
17969-19701
HEMMINGS. ERNEST THOMAS Ph.D. IUniversilt of Arizonal
Assistant Curator in 4nthropologs Florida State Museum.
and Assistant Professor of Anrhropology 1 1971-19.71
HEMP. CENE WILLARD Ph.D IUni\ersil, of Minnesorai
associate Prolessor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
11967 tr 70i
HENCH LARRY LEROY. Ph D Ohio Stalel
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materals
Engineering 1964-19681
HENDERSON. CHARLES ALFRED. Ed.D rUniversily of Floridai
Assistant Professor of Education 11964-196 1 '
HENDERSON, DAIIS. D D S (Nornhvesten Uniiersits Dental
School,
Professor and Chairman, Diirsion of Removable Partial
Prosthodonrtcs College ol Dentistr, 11971-197711.
HENDERSON FRANK WILLIAM. M D flefterson LIniversityl
Clinical Assistant Proiessor in Medicine 1959- 9591.
HENDERSON RULD' MARIE. Xi S
Assistant Professor of tMusic i 7963-1968l.
HENDERSON. THOMAS A. Ph D (Columbia Univeisitvl
Assistant Professor of Political Science i1965-79691.
HENNEBERGER. ROBERT E M A
Instructor and Director of Language Laboratory 11971-19711
HENRI. FREDERICK EARL. B I E IGeorgia Instituteol
Technology
Assistant Professor Assistant Induslrial EngineerI. USDA,
IFAS I1966-1966h
HENRN GEORGE SELDEN Ph D i"ale Liniverii.l%
Assistant Professor of Hislori 1961-1967,
HENRV RICHARD A M D iohns Hopkins Linivers.~lt
4ssrstant Proiessor or Medicine( 19'0-19'01
HENSEL DALE ROBERT Ph D IRulgers Universill
Professor ISodls Chemisti and Center Director IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Hastings.
11960- 1v?0;
HENSEL JAMES W Ph.D Ilowa Stale Uniseisilti
Professor ol Education and Chairman Department of
"ocarional Technal and Adult Education (7969-19691
HENTGES jAMES FRANKLIN IR Ph.D IUniversity ol Wisconsini
Professor Anrmal Nutritionistl IFAS 1952- 79661
HERBERT. AUDREY MN
Assistant Professor. College of Nursing 1967.19691
HERBERT GEORGIA A
Director. Health Center Informatron Sersices. (1959-19641.


HERBERT, IOHN HENRY, M.S.A.
Associate Soil Conservationist. Agricultural Extension
Service, (1954-1968I.
HERBERT. MARSHALL LINTON, M.D. (Harvard Medical
School
Resident in Radiology (11971-1971).
HERBERT, THOMAS WALTER, Ph.D. (Princeton University)
Professor of English 11946-19511
HERHOLD. WAYNE HOWARD, M.H.A.
Director. Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics and Associate
Professor-Associate Chairman. Health and Hospital Adminls-
tratron. College of Health Related Professions (1970-1970).
HERMANN, TADEUSZ WLADYSLAW, Ph.D. IMedical Academy
of Poznanl
Postdoctoral Fellow 11971-19711
HERNDON. THOMAS GLEN. Ph.D. (Duke University)
.Associate Farm Forester. Agricultural Extension Service
(1949-1957j
HERRON. WARREN L.. M D. (University of Tennessee)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology 1969-1969).
HESS. N NCY ROSE, Ph.D (Universily of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of Marketing 11963-19661.
HESS. PHILIP I M D IOhio Slale University)
Resident in Surgery (7968-1969).
HESSLER, JACK R, D.V.M.
Assistant Professor, Medicine
HESTER, jOHN DONALD. M.P.H.
.Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1957-1963)
HETRICK. LAWRENCE ANDREW. Ph.D (Ohio Stare University)
Professor iEntomrologistl, IFAS 1947-1959).
HETRICK LAWRENCE ANDREW III. M.A.
Assistant Professor of English 11966-1968).
HIBBS. SAMUEL G M.D. (University of Piltsburgh)
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 11965-1965)
HICKS. DORA ADELINE. Ed.D. (University of Texas)
Professor of Health Education 11948-19551
HICKS. JAMES RUSSELL. Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor iAssistant Vegetable Crops Specialistl.
IFAS 1977-1971l.
HICKS PHILIP EDWARD. Ph D. (Georgia Institute of
Technology-
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(11966- 19691
HIEBERT. ERNEST. Ph D (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologisll
IFAS 969-969969
HIERS. RICHARD HNDE Ph.D iYale UniversityJ
Associate Professor of Religion 11961-1967).
HILL ELMER CARL. B.SA
Assocale Professor iAssociate Bacterrologistl. IFAS. DC.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred.
11951-19631
HILL. FONTAINE S., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Resident & Fellow in Child Psychiatry 17969-19691.
HILL. HUGH MEIGHAN M.D (lohns Hopkins University)
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecolog( 1959-1966).
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs 119631
HILL. IERALDINE A. M Ed.
Instructor. P.K Vonge laboratory School 11959-1964).
HILL. LOUIS. i D IEmory UniversitI
Intern in Surgery
HILL ROSALIE ANN. M Ed.
Teacher. P K Vonge Laboratory School (1970- 1970).
HILL. SIDNEY R., Jr B.A.
Interim Graduate Teaching Assistant in Speech (1965-19701.
HILL, WALTER, A.. D.B.A. University of Washingtoni
Associate Professbr of Management (1967-19671.*
HILLIARD, FRANCES PAULINE, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education 17950-1960) "
HIMES lAMES ALBERT V.M.D. University of Pennsylvania)
Ph.D. rCornell Universityl
Associate Professor (Associate Pharmacologistl, IFAS
:1965-1969).
HINCKLEY. ELMER DUMOND. Ph.D. (Universily of Chicago)
Professor Emeritus of Psychology: Associate. University
Counseling Center (1925-79631.







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HINDES, CHARLES AUSTIN, M.F.A.
Instructor of Art (1969-1970).
HINES, VYNCE ALBERT, Ed.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Education (1947-1953).
HINKES, CHARLES, M.D. tUniversity of Pittsburgh)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1970-19701.
HINKLEY, HENRY ROBERT.
Building and Maintenance Superintendent, Health Center
(1955-19551.
HINSON, KUELL, Ph.D. (Universily of Wisconsin)
Professor of Agronomy (Geneticist), IFAS, (1955-1971).
HINSON. RAY, M.B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meleorologist), IFAS. NWS,
Agricultural Research Center, Lakeland (1964-1964).
HIPP, TIMOTHY S., M.Ag. (Universily of Florida)
Assistant Professor (Area Assistant Farm Mgt. Spec.) IFAS
(1970-19701.
HIPPLE. THEODORE W., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Education (7968-19701.
HIXSON, IMOGENE, B.S. in L.S.
Librarian and Chairman of Catalog Department (1949-719701.
HO, NANCY L., M.S.W.
Instructor of Social Work in Psychiatry 1970-19701.
HOBGOOD, SHANNON RANDALL, M.D. (University of Floridal
Resident in Radiology (1971 19711.
HOCKER, JOHN, M.D (University of Kansas)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery f1968-19691.
HODES, RICHARD S.. M.D. (Tulane Universt,)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (1965-1965).
HODGES, ELVER MYRON. Ph.D. (Rutgers Universtlsl
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS, Agricultural Research Center.
Ona, (1941-1949).
HODGES. IAMES R. Ph.D. IUniversill of North Carolinal
Professor and Chairman 17950-1970)
HODGES, IOSEPH DANIEL, Ph.D LUniversity of Michigant
Assistant Professor of Education. 11971-19711
HODGES IULIUS BARNEY, Ed.D. INew York University)
Professor of Education and Director, P.K. Yonge Laboratory
School (1962-1962).
HODGES, LINDA L. M.A.
Interim Instructor of French (1968-1968)
HODGES, PAUL C., M.D. (Washington Universily) Ph.D
(Universily of Wisconsinl
Visiting Professor Radiologj (1954-19641.'
HODGES, STEPHEN LOFTON, M.F.A.
Instructor of Ar 11968-19681.
HODGINS LAWRENCE IUDSON. Jr.. B.S.
Assistant Director of Physical Plant (1968-1968)
HODCSON, THOM JOEL, Ph.D. (University of Michigani
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1970-1970).
HOFFMAN, CHARLES ANDREW, Ph.D. IUniversity ol Arizonai
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Anthropology
(1967-1968).
HOFFMAN, EDWARD M.. Ph.D. (Universily of Miami)
Assistant Professor Microbiology, College'ol Arts and
Sciences, Assistant Bacteriologist. lEAS (1968-1968).
HOFFMAN, GLENN JOHN, Ph.D. University of Miamil
Associate Professor of Social Sciences, (1957-19631.
HOFFMAN, MAEIEWEL, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor in Education (1970-19701.
HOGENESCH, THIEO ELTIO. Ph.D ILeiden)
Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1970-1970).
HOGSHEAD, HOWARD P., M.D. (University of lowa)
Associate Professor of Surgery (1964-1968).
HOLBROOK, HOLLIS HOWARD, B.F.A.
Professor of Art(1938-1948.).
HOLDEN, EDMUND STANLEY, Ph.D. tNorlhweslern University l
Associate Professor of English (1957- 1966).
HOLLAND, DONALD R., M.A.
Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
(1970-1970).
HOLLAND, HAROLD FERRELL, M.S.C.E.
Assistant Professor of Building Construction (7968-19681
HOLLIEN, HARRY, Ph.D. (University of lowa)


Professor of Speech and Director of Communication Sciences
Laboratory 11962-1968).
HOLLINGSWORTH, JAMES SELWYN, M.A
Research Associate, Latin American Studies (1968-79681.
HOLLINGSWORTH, WILLIAM GEORGE, J.D. (University of
Florida)
Assistant Professor of La. (1969-1969)."
HOLMAN, FRANCES RAY, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1971-19711.
HOLMAN, LESTER C M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Resident in Psychiatry (1970-19701
HOLMES, THELMA MARY M.P.H.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy (1965-19691.
HOLMES, JAMES R, M A
Counseling Psychologist, Unnersity Counseling Center,
Assistant Professor of Psychology 1970-19701.
HOLMES. JOHN P., Ph.D iEmory University)
Postdoctoral Fellow of Mathematics 11971-1971).
HOLSINGER. JAMES W. M.D iDuke Unnersityi
Clinical Fellow Medicine.
HOLT, JOHN Ph.D ITexas A&M Universityj
Assistant Professor Assistant Economist Farm Management,
IFAS (1962-19651
HOLTZMAN. SAUL C. M D
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 11968-1968J
HOLOAK OWEN JOSEPH, Ph.D. IUnwersitY of lowa'
Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1966-1971)
HOLZER. CHARLES E., III. B.A.
Assistant in Psychirar (i1968-1968)
HOOD, C. IAN, M.B., Ch.B ILiverpoolh
Associate Professor of Pathology and Ophthalmology
(1956-19681.
HOOKER, PAUL I B S (Uniersity of Floridal
Graduate Research Associate, IFAS 11970-1970J.
HOOLE. FRANCIS W., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science (1969-1969.1.
HOOPER. CHARLES FREDERICK, JR., Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins
Uninersll I
Associate Professor of Ph)sics (1963-1968).
HOOPER. LEONARD I Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University)
Associate Prolessor of Journalism and Communications
(1964-1967l
HOOSER, HOBART. M.A.
Administraltve Assistant. Ditison of Inlercollegiale Athletics
1f950-19601
HOOVER. IOHN WESLEY. M.S.A E.
Professor of Aerospace Engineering (1951-1967)
HOOVER, ROY Ni M D iUniversity of Virginial
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 1966-19691.
HOPKINS, DONALD LEE. Ph.D Universit) of Kentucky)
Assistant Professor iAssistant Plant Pathologist) IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, Leesburg, (1969-1969)
HORD, R.E. MEd
Interim Instructor ot Music 11971-19711
HORN, GRANVILLE GLIDE. Ph D (Universita of Florida)
Professor i Ornamental Horticultunstl IFAS (1956-1967).
HORNBERGER ROBERT HOWARD, Ph D (Universith of
Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Clnical Ps chology. I A.I (1969-19691.
HORNE, EDWARD PORTER. Ph D (UmversitV of lowal
Associate Professor of Psycholog) 11949-1949).
HORNER. EARL STEWART Ph.D. (Cornell Universityl
Professor (Agronomist;, IFAS (1950-19641.
HORTENSTINE, CHARLES C., Ph.D. tUniversitr of Florida)
Associate Professor (Associate Soil Chemistl IFAS (1959-19671.
HORWITZ, JEFFREY A., M.D. (Unnersity of Cincinnati)
Resident of Ophthalmology (1969-1969).
HOSKINS, WILBUR IOLIFFE, M.S.
Instructor P. K. Yonge Laboratorb School i1958-19621.
HOUGH. IOSEPH POTTER. B S
University Controller 11964-1970).
HOUSER, RICHARD HART. Ph.D (Universily ot Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionist IFAS
Agricultural Research Center, Lireoak 11970-1970)












HOUSTON, WILLIAM H.. JR.. M.D. (University ol Georgia
Medical Schoonl
Clincal Associate In Ophthalmology 11966-1966).
HOUSER. RICHARD HART. Ph.D Umiversity ol Floridai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutrntionistl IFAS.
Suwannee Valley Experiment Station 11970-19701.
HOWARD. CHARLES MARION, Ph.D ICornell University
Assistant Professor (Assis;ant Plant Pathologislt, IfAS
.Agrcultural Research Center. Dover. 11967-1967).

HOWARD, WILLIAM M. Ph.D (Unisersily of Wisconsin)
Professor of Insurance 1'1955-19571.
HOWER ALFRED. Ph.D IHarvard UnisersaitI
Professor of Portuguese and Spanish 11962-1962)
HO ES. ALAN BRADFORD. B.S B A.
Coordinator of Special Programs. Dlision of Continuing
Education 179?7-79711
HREN, JOHN JOSEPH. Ph.D. iStanlord Universityl
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
17964-1967.
HSIEH CHUNG KUO Ph.D iPurdue Unimersilyl
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 11969- 1969).
HUBBELL. DAVID HEUSTON. Ph D INorth Carolina Stale
Universir t
Assistant Proiessor Assistant Soil Macrobiologisrl. IFAS
11969-79691
HUBER JOSEPH RICHARD. M.Ed
Instructor. P K Yonge laboratory School 1958-1962,.
HUBER. WAYNE CHARLES. Ph D. IMassachuselts institute
ot Technology
Assistant Professor of Ens ronmental and Cnil Engineering
11968-19681.
HUDDLESTON. IOHN FRANKLIN, M.D. (Duke Universitll
Resident in Obsletrics and Gynecologyi 1971-19711.
HUDSON. CAL\ IN H. M.D. (University ol Tennesseel
Clinical Instructor in Surgert i7969- 79691
HUDSON. IERE H. M S I
Colonel U.S. Air Force. MSIA Professor of Aerospace Studres.
i1968-19691
HUDSON. TERR' M M D iDuke Universilyl
Resident in Radiolog) 11970-1977)
HUFFMAN ANN MARIE, M.S.
Assistant Librarian. IFAS (1966-19691
HUFFMAN JACOB BRAINARD. D.F. IDuke Universilyl
Associate Professor, Associate Forester IFAS 1952-79571.
HUGCART. RICHARD LEIGH. B S.
Associate Prolessor iAssociate Chemist;, IFAS, DC. Agricultural
Research and Educarional Center Lake Alfred 1957-19611.

HUGHES. DAVID TIMOTHY. Ph.D IUniversily of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Statistics 11970- 19701
HUGHES. KENNETH BURDETE. S.J D [Harard University)
Professor of Law (1968- 1968).
HUMMEL. ROLF ERICH. D Sc. (Stuttgart German i
Associate Professor of Merrallurgical and Materials
Engineering 11964-19691
HUMPHREY. STEPHEN R Ph.D. IOklahoma State Universilyi
Assistant Curalor. Florida State Museum and Assistant
Professor of Zoolog) 11971-19'7
HUMPHREYS THOMAS ELDER. Ph.D IUniversity of
Pennsylvaniai
Professor 'Biochemisll. IF.4S (1955-1968).
HUMPHRIES CLENDA MOORE MS
Assistant Professor iExtension Household Equipment
Specialisr.1, IFAS 1969-19691.
HUNT. EL ROY. I D. IUnlversit\ of Mississippii
Professor of Laws 1962-1968;
HUNT. HOLLY FARISH. M S N
Instructor College of Nursing 7971-79711
HUNTER. ELIZABETH F M.S
Interim Instructor of Education i196"'-1967.1
HLNTER, FRANK R IR., J.D ICeorge Washington UniVersity)
Associale Professor of Law (1969-19691
HUNTER. HAROLD R Ph D. Southern California Universilyi
Assistant Professor of Sociolog) (7967-19691.
HURLBUT. HAROLD M.D. iEmory Universitr).
Clinical Instrucror of Surgery I 1969-1969)


HURSCH, CAROLYN JUDGE, Ph.D. (University of Colorado)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychology
(1967-1968).
HUSEMAN, HOWARD WILLIAM M.S. In L.S.
Executive Assistant to the Director and Assistant Librarian
11962-1971).
HUTCHINSON, EDWARD CHARLES. Ph.D. (Ohio State
University)
Associate Professor of Speech (1967-19671.
HITTER, ROCHELLE M. B. M.Ed.
Associate in Psychiatry (1968-1968;.
HUTTON. CURTIS EVAN. Ph.D. Ilowa State Unisersity)
Professor (Soils Chemist) and Center Director. IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, lay (1949-1949).
HUTTON. GEORGETTE
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing and Medical
Supervisor. I.A.' 1969-7969).
HYATT, DORIS, Y. B.S
Assistant Librarian. Reference and Bibliography (1967-1967).

IBARRA. EILEEN SULLIVAN. Ph.D. (Unisersity of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic (7969-1970).
IBARRA, FERNANDO Ph D. (U C.L A.1
Assistant Professor of Spanish (1967-19671.
INFANTE, GELINDO, B S.P.E.
Assistant Coach 1967- 96"1.
INGMAN, HAL MAURY, M.S.M.A. IGeorgia Tech.)
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1961-1961).
IRELAND. RONALD JOE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
Eglin AFB 11969-1970)
IREY, RICHARD KENNETH, Ph D. IPurdue University)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1964-1969).
IRVING. 10 ANNALEE. M.S.
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing 11970-19711.
ISAACSON. ROBERT L Ph D lUniversilV of Michiganl
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience (1968-79681.
ISLER, RALPH CHARLES. Ph.D (Johns Hopkins Universityl
Associate Professor of Physics (1966-79701.
ISMAIL MOHAMMED ABDEL-REHIM. Ph.D. iUniversily of
Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horriculturistl IFAS, DC,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred
(1968-19681
IUTAKA, SUCIYAMA M.A. IFacultad Lalinoamericana de
Ciencias Sociales. Sanliago. Chilei
Associate Professor of Sociolog 17967-1967).
IVEY, ROBERT DORSEY M.A
Assistant Librarian IFAS i1970-1970)

IABERG. RUSSELL LOWELL, S.T 5. (Temple Universityl
Assistant Professor of Humanities 11968-19691.
JACKMAN. DENNIS EARL, Ph.D. (Utah Stale Universiltyi
Postdoctoral Associate College of Pharmac) (1971-1971).
JACKSON. BILL GREER. Ph D (Texas A&M University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Husbandman), IFAS
11967 1967).
JACKSON, ELMO LOUIS, Ph D. (Harvard University I
Professor of Economics (1946- 1958) *
JACKSON, JAMES F B.S. IAlabama College)
Interim Graduate Teaching Associate in Zoology 17970-1970).
IACKSON. IUANITA Q. M.A
Teacher, P.K. Yonge (1971-79717.
JACKSON LARRY KEITH, M S.A.
Interim Assistant in Horticulture. IFAS 1964-1968)
IACKSON. LEONARD D, Ed.D iUniversity of Georgia)
Assistant Professor. P.K. Yonge (1977-1971.
IACKSON, REID E., Ed.D. (Harvard Universityl
Assistant Dean. College of Arts and Sciences and Assistant
Professor of Biological Sciences 7971-197117)
JACKSON RONALD FREDERICK, D.VA IMichigan Sale
UniversilyI
Associate Professor (Associate Vererinarranj, IFAS
(7968-7968).
IACOBS, ARTHUR I Ed.D. IColumbia Universily)
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications and
Producer-Director. Television Station WUFT (1964-19641.






STAFF AND FACULTY


JACUNSKI, EDWARD WALTER, M.A.E.
Associate Professor of Engineering Graphics; Assistant Dean,
College of Engineering 11947-1967)
JAEGER, MARC, I.R., M.D. (University of Bemr
Associate Professor in Physiology and Dentistry (1969-1969).
JAMES, BRYSON LEMOINE. Ph.D. (Ohio State Uniersilyl
Professor (Ornamental Horticulturistl and Center Director,
IFAS, Agriculrural Research Center, Ft. Lauderdale
(1970-1970)
JAMES. JOHN H., D.B.A. (University of Indianal
Associate Professor of Management 1961-19641.
JAMES, NORMAN I., Ph.D
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomistl lIAS,
Agricultural Research & Education Center Belle Glade
JAMES, SUE H. M.ED.
Counselor- Teacher. Division of Housing I 1968-1968).
JANES, MELVIN JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Iowa Slate University
Assistant Professor (Assistant Enromologist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Belle Glade
JANIS, KENNETH M, M.D. (New York Universlayl
Assistant Professor ol Anesthesiology 11970-1970i
JANIS, MARK G.. M.D. (University of North Carolina)
Intern in Medicine (1970-19701.
JANTZEN, ALICE CATHERINE. M S.
Professor and Chairman, Department of Occupational
Therapy 11958-19681
JARRETT, PAULS., M.D. (Indiana Unn\ersity
Clinical Associate Professor 17966-1966).
JEFFERIES, MILDRED B. M.P.H
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 1953-1953)
JENKINS. D. ORVIN, M.D. (University of Floridal
Resident in Surgery (1969-1970).
JENNINGS, GERALD DOUGL S, M.S.
Instructor in Comprehensive Logic r 1969-19701.
JENNINGS, ROBERT BENJAMIN, I.D (University ol Floridal
Associate Professor of Management & Business Las, and
Assistant Dean, College of Business Administration
(1957-19691.
JENSEN, ANTHONY SVEND, M.S.F. (Unisersily ot Floridai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Farm Forester) (1953-1953 .
JENSEN. PAUL I., Ph.D (University of loowa,
Associate Professor of Speech 1963-1967)
JERNIGAN, HOWARD M., Jr., Ph.D (University of North
Carolina)
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Bochemistry 1970- 19'01.
JESTER, ROBERT E., Ph.D. IUn.versilt of Utahl
Associate Professor of Education 11966-19691
JEWELL. RICHARD B., M.4.
Interim Instructor in Humanities 1971-19711
JOFFE, SARETTA H.. M.S IColumbia Uninersityl
Instructor in Social Work in Ps) chiatry (1969-1969)
JOHNS, LEWIS E., JR., Ph.D ICarnegie Institute of Technology I
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering 11967- 19681.
JOHNS, PHILIP T Ph.D. (University of North Dakotal
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biochemistry 11970-19701
JOHNSON. CARL HENRN, Ph D. (University of Washinglonl
Professor of Pharmacognosy (1939-1954)
JOHNSON, CHARLES C., Jr., B.S.B.A.
Controller, Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics (1964-19661.
JOHNSON, F. CLIFFORD, Ph.D. IUnisersiy of Texasi
Associate Professor of Zoology (1967-19671
JOHNSON, GORDON S., B.A. (University of Florida
A.I.A. Physical Planning Consultant ( 1968- 9'?1.
JOHNSON, IRMGARD, Ph.D. (University of Denver)
Professor of Humanities 11955-19671.
JOHNSON, JAMES TROY, Ph.D IVirginia Polytechnic Institutel
Assistant Professor (Assistant 4gronomisth, IFAS (1970-1970J.
JOHNSON. IERRY A., Ed.D. (Boston Universitly
Director of Center for Allied Health Instructional Personnel
and Professor of Health Related Professions (1971-19771 .
JOHNSON, JERRY ANN, Ed.D. iBoston Universityi
Professor of Education 11971-1971).
JOHNSON, JOSEPH E., III. M.D. (Vanderbilt Universityl
Professor in Medicine 1966- 1968).
JOHNSON, JUDY DIANE. MS.
Instructor in Education (1970-1970).


JOHNSON, LOYS ALMON, M.S.C.E.
Professor of Building Construction and Chairman of
Department of Building Construction 11960-19641
JOHNSON. RAYMOND CLARENCE. M.S.E.
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1946-7968J.
JOHNSON, RICHARD HAROLD, Ph.D IUniversilt of Missouri)
Assistant Professor of Education 11970-.1970).
JOHNSON, ROGER BURR Ph D. iCornell Universityi
Professor iEntomologist), IFAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Lake Alfred (1952-19651.
JOHNSON SIMON OTIS Ed.D. Indiana Uniersitly
Assistant Professor of Education i 19'7-19711.
JOHNSON. STEPHEN RANDALL, Ph.D. (Purdue Universlri
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nematologistl. IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Belle Glade
(1970-19701.
JOHNSON, STEVE
Campus Ser ice Coordinator 11964-1969.1
IOHNSTON, DAVID WARE Ph D. University of Californial
Associate Professor of Zoologs 1(963-19671
JOHNSTON. OTTO W., Ph.D. IPrinceton Unisersitsi
Assistant Professor of German 1969-1969)
JOINER. D WAYNE. M.D. tUninersil% or Georgiai
Resident in Radiologs (1968-19681
JOINER. JASPER NEWTON, Ph.D. IOhio State Uniersilyi
Professor IOrnamental Hot tculturisti IFAS (1950-7966.1.
JONES, ANNE HARRISON. B S
Assistant Registrar (1941-79521.
JONES, BARTLETT CAMPBELL Ph D IEmory Universilyi
Assistant Professor of Hisror) and Social Sciences 11969-19691
IONES, DAVID T, M.D (Universily ot Ohiol
Resident in Surger) (1967-19681.
JONES. DA% ID WILSON M.S A
Professor Agronomisti IFA4S 1946-1911I.
JONES, EDMUND RUFFIN, Ph.D (Unisersit! ol Virginiai
Professor of Zoology 11946-1947)
ONES ELISE CECILE. B 4
Research Instructor, Bureau ot Economic and Business
Research (1953-19531
JONES ERNEST MCCLAIN, I S.D. IYale Uniersitvl
Professor of Las (1954-1957'
JONES, ESTHER. I, M..Ln.
Assistant Librarian. Health Center Library (1970-19701.
ONES. H4RRY CREENE. B S
Administrator State Center for Continuing Education,
lacksonville (1968-19681.
JONES. JACK M.A.E
Assistant Football Coach(1971- 19711.
JONES, IEFFREYS 5 M D lUniversiiy of Floridai
Resident in Surgery 7'1970-19701.
ONES IESSE RA' JR M A. In L S
Associate Librarian. Reference and Bibliography
11961-19701
IONES. JOHN PAUL. Ph D IOhio Slale Universilyl
Professor fPlant Parhologist), IF4AS, agricultural Research
and Educational Center. Bradenron (1958-1970)
JONES, JOHN PAUL. MA.
Dean and Professor of journalism and Communications
11948-19681
JONES. LLO)D EDGAR III. Ph D IPurdue University
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, GENESYS-
Port Canaveral (1967.19671
JONES. OTIS P, Jr., B S
Director of Auxrdlarv Services 1 196'- 19' 1.
ONES, SALLY MOORE. B.S.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing 1966-1966)
JONES. WILLIAM B., Ph.D. (Vanderbill Unierstyi. Ph D.
(University of Virginiai
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Physics 11969-19691.
JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS B.S.B.A
Associate Director of Physical Planning 1948-19681.

JONES. WILLIAM HUGH Jr. ht I4 University of Floridai
Maintenance and Construction Superintendent. IFAS
(1953-19531.


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IONES WILLIAM MAURICE PhD iSourhern Calilornia
University I
Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of Department
1956 19681
IORDAN, JUDITH ANN. B S
Research Assistant in Clinical Research Center i 1968-1968).
JORDAN. LIRCINIA GOODELL, M E
Assistant Professor of Medical Technologyi 1967-19671.
IORDAN IILL A. M S. ITulane Uniersitly
Interim Graduate Teaching Associate of Zoology i 191-19711.
IORDON KENNETH FORBIS. Ed.D ilndiana University)
Professor of Education 11971.1971).
IORDAN ,ILLIAM RAND M D. IUn.ver-Hsi ol North Carolina)
Resident in Surgers 1 19'0)

JOSE. LEOPOLD C M D. LUniversilt of Philippines)
Resident n Radiology (1971-19711
JOSEPHSON SUSAN L B.A L.ndeisood College'
Research Assistant in Psychatrry 11969-1969'.
IOURARD. SIDNEY Mi Ph D iBulralo ULniersil i
Professor of Ps cholog, 11958- 1964-
IULIN lOSEPH RICHARD LL B
Professor of La~n and Dean of the Col.:geof Las ( 1971 -79771.
JULIUS. RICHARD L, M.D IUniversity of Floridai
Instructor and Special Trainee in Pediatrics 1967-1970)
IUELS CHARLES W N MD IUniersily of Cincinnaii
Resident in Anesthesiology 11970-19701
]URGENSEN PAUL F M D iSt Lou.s Unineriry;i
Clinical Fellos\ in Medicne, 1970-19'O7i

KADICAK. LOLIS ANTHONY. Ph.D L'ni\ersilv oi Floridai
Postdoctoral Fellow College ol Pharmacy 11971-1971
KAFOGLIS MADELYN L Ph D IOhio Slate Universilyi
Associate Research Professor Bureau of Economic and
Business Research 1960 1966i *
KAFOGLIS MILTON Z. Ph D iOho Stale Unl ersilr i
Professor of Economics 11958- 19681i
KAISER IOHN WILLIAM M A
Professor of Mathematics 196'- 1967,
KAISER. WILLIAM FRANCIS. M.B A8
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 1969 19691.
KALCH LESTER WILCO M I 4g
Associate Professor iAssoc.ate Ei ension Poullrymani
IFAS. 11951.19681.
KALLENBACH. ERNEST A Ph D
Associate Professor of Parhology 11963-19691
kALMAN. RUDOLF E IColumbia LUnversity
Graduate Research Professor or Mathematics, Electrical
Engineering and Industrial and Srstems Engineering
1919- 19711
KALRA SAT A PAUL Ph D iLiniversuis oc Delhi Indiai
Assistant Professor rn Obsletrics and Gynecology 191 19 19.
KANE BERNARD E Ph D IUni,.ersiitli Floridai
Post Doctoral Associate IFAS (1197'-9711
KAPLAN. LEONARD Ed D iRochesler Uniersihy
Associate Professor of Education 196'- 19681
KAPLAN STANLEY. Ph.D Liniversity of Miamii
Assistant Professor ol Anatomical Sciences 11966-19671.
KARACAN ISMET M D lUnisersilt of Islanbuli
Professor or Psschiatr) and of Electrical Engineering.
1966-19661
KARLSBERG. ROBERT C M.D lUniwersilyol Michigani
Resident in Ophthalmologs i 1968-19681
KARP. GERALD C Ph D. LIlniversilt o0 Washingtoni
Assistant Professor of Zoology h19 71.19711i.
KATZ LONCE ANN Ni 4.
Assistant Dean for Student Deselopment r 196'-19691
kAUDE ]URI \ ELLO Mi D iUniersi\ ol Kieli
Professor of Radiolog 11971.-19-1.
KALIFMAN CLEMENS MARCUS. Ph.D iUnisersily ol
Minneolai
Professor iForesteri IfAS 1951-7962i
KAUFMAN HERBERT E M D IHarsard Universitl-
Professor of Oohfhalmology Chairman of the Department
Of Ophthalmologp and Prolessor ol Pharmacology
1962 19691


KAUFMAN, DAVID ALLEN. Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
S1970-19701.
KAUFMANN. IOHN HENRY. Ph.D. (Universily of Californial
Associate Professor of Zoology f7963-1968)
KEEFER, DENNIS RALPH, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering (1963-1967).
KEENE, WILLIS R.. M D rohns Hopkins Universilyl
Associate Professor of Medicine and Chairman of the
Department of Medicine for ]HEP (1969-1970).
KEESLING, JAMES EDGAR. Ph.D (University of Miamil
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1967-1971..
KEHOE MICHAEL IAMES, M.D. iSt. Bartholomew s Hospital
Medical Collegel
Associate Professor of Psychiatry 1967- 1967).
KEIG NORMAN GUTHRIE, Ph.D. (Ohio Stale UniversitVy
Associate Professor of Economics (1963-1966J.
KEISTER. ELWOOD I E.D (Columbia Universit))
Professor of Music 11957-1963).
KEITT, AL N S.. M.D. IHarsard Universits)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1968-1968)
KELE MAX HERSCHEL. Ph.D ITulane Universityl
Assistant Professor of History 1965-19681
KELLEY. LORETTA I. MN
Instructor, College of Nursing 11969-1969).
KELLEN MICHAEL I.. M.D. IWashington University)
Resident in Radiology 11969-1970).
KELLE' MICHAEL I. M D (Washington University)
Intern in Medicine (1969-19691.
KELL'. DANIEL LEO. Ed. D. (Universil of Flonda)
Assistant Professor of English. Adviser 11965-19671.
KELLE1 EARL MCNEIL, MAg.
Professor trxtension District Agenrt, IFAS 11949-1969).
KELLI. ELIZABETH GRANT. M S. in L S.
Assistant Librarian Acquisitions 11970-19701.
KELLe, THOMAS IOSEPH Ed.D iUniersit) of Kansasi
Interim Assstant Professor of Education 11971.719711.
ELSEE. ELISABETH B M A IMount Holyoke College
Associate in Surgery 11961-19701.
KEM WILLIAM R, Ph D. IDuke University)
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology 17971-19771.
KEMP. HAROLD WARREN. M S
Assocrare Professor of Architecture 11966-19711.
KENDALL KENNETH EVERETT Ph.D IUniversdit of Floridal
Associate Professor of English (1965-19701
KENDZIOR RICHARD ANTHON', B SB A.
Assistant Bookstore Manager (1966-1966).
KENSLER, EDSEL BYARD. B S
Assistant Coach 11964-1964)
KENT IOSEPH FRANCIS Ph.D. universityy of Virginia)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Adviser (1970-1970).
KENT KURT E M A
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
1797f0-19701
KEPPEL. REUBEN ARTHUR, M S E
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering 1955-19701.
KERR. STRATTON HORSBURG. Ph.D ICornell University)
Professor (Entomologist I FAS 1953-1968)
NERSHNER. RICHARD B. Ph.D (Stanford Universityl
Assistant Professor or English 11971-19711)
KERSLAKE KENNETH ALVIN MF A
Associate Professor ofArl 11956-19691.
KESL LEONARD EDWARDS. M.A
Assistant Professor of Art (1968-19701.
KESTERSON. IAMES WALTER. M.S
Professor (Chemist) IfAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center lake Alfred 11947-19561.
KHALIL TAREK M.Ph D ITexas Technological Universiry)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
71969-1969).

KIDD. JOHN BAXTER. B S
Malor, U.S. Arm). Assistant Professor of Military Science
S1970-19'01.
KIDD. KENNETH PAUL. Ph.D. (Peabody University)
Professor of Education 11938-19551.






STAFF AND FACULTY


KILBY, IOHN DAVIS, Ph.D. LUniversily of Floridal
Associate Professor of Zoology, Adviser (11947-1956;.
KILLINGER, GORDON BEVERLY. Ph.D dlowa State University)
Professor fAgronomist),,IFAS (1941-1943).
KILPATRICK, KERRY E.. Ph.D lUnveisrry of Michigan)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1970-7970).
KIM, DONG SIE, Ph.D. (Tulane Universits)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-19691.
KIM, SUNG IIN Ph.D iUnivers.l' ol Floridai
Research Associate in Biochemrstrr (1969-19691.
KIMBALL, SOLON T., Ph.D IHarvard Universityl
Graduate Research Professor of Anthropology 17966-1966).
KIMBROUGH JAMES WILLIAM Ph.D ICornell Universityl
Associate Professor of Botany and Associate Micologist,
IFAS (7964-1964).
KIMBROUGH, RALPH BRADLEY, Ed.D (Unversity of
Tennessee)
Professor of Education and Chairman, Educational
Administration Department t 1958 719661.
KINARD, DRAYTON TUCKER Ph D IMichigan State
University
Professor (Agricultural Engineer' IFAS 17958-1958)
KINARD, SAMMY ALZOFON, NI L S.
Assistant Librarian. Reference and Bibliography 11969-1969).
KINCAID. RANDALL RICH, Ph.D IUnveisrsil of Missourii
Professor (Plant Pathologistl IfAS. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center, Quincy 11929 19431.
KINER. CLEVELAND D, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic 1719 7-1971I.
KINDER. GARY W., J.D University o Floridal
Interim Instructor in Law (7917.1977.1.
KING, ARTHUR D. Ph D IFlorida State Universityi
Assistant Professor. Office of Dental Education College of
Dentistry 1970-19 701
KING. EMILY ELIZABETH Ph D lUnisersily of Wisconsini
Professor (Estension Home Economist, Resource
Deselopmenti IFAS 17946-19641
KING, FREDERICK, Ph D Ilohns Hopkin Liniversilti
Professor and Chairman of Neuroscience and Professor
of Psychology (1959-19691.
KING, FREDERICK ELIJAH. M S
Executive Assistant Director. Division of Housing I 1951 19711
KING. HOWARD E.. B.A
Director. Administratnse Services Health Center 11962-19681
KING, MARTHA E. B A
Assistant in Surgery (1968-19?70
KING. ROBERT LEE, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins Unisersitli
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. Phystolog) and
Psychology 11961-1964).
KING. ROY WARBRICK Ph.D ICambrdge Uniersil't
Associate in Chemritryi(1969-1970'.
KINLOCH, ROBERT ARMSTRONG. Ph.D. Unniersiry ot
California,
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nematologistl IFAS.
Agricultural Research Center, lay t 1968-19681.
KINNAN. JOSEPH E., M S.
Captain. U.S Arr Force. Assistant Professor of Aerospace
Studies 1970-19701
KINZER JOHN MARVIN, M A..
Assistant to the Vice President for Student Attairs
(1971-19771.
KINZER, SUZANNE M, M S IRochester Universityl
Interim Assistant Professor of Education 11970-1970'
KINZEY, BERTRAM YORK. IR M.S.A.E.
Professor of Architecture (1959-19651.
KIRKLAND. EDWIN CAPERS Ph D INorlthwestern Unisersilt
Professor of English 11946-1951) *
KIRKPATRICK. MARTIN SMITH, M A
Associate Professor of English 11956-19691.
KIRMSE, DALE WILLIAM, Ph.D. llova State Universilyl
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering 17964-19651."
KISER LORA ANTOINETTE, M S
Professor (Extension Home Economist, Professional
Development), IFAS, (7946 1963)
KITTS, IOHN STEWART. M.M.


Assistant Professor ol Music 1965-19661.
KLEIN JR., E.F., M.D. (University of Missourli
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 11971719711.
KLEIN. PAUL A., Ph.D tUniversity of Florida'
Assistant Professor of Pathology I 1969-1969.
ELEMENT, FRANK WILLIAM M.A
Assistant Professor of Engineering Graphics 11958 19581.
KLINE, WILLIAM E.. Ed.D IUniersit' ot Denveri
Unrtersity Counseling Psychologist Associate Professor of
Education
KLINGENSMITH ROBERT D. jR M A
Interim Instructor of Geographs (1970-19701.
KLIPPEL R EUCENE Ph.D. iPennslyana State Unisersi ty
Assistant Professor of Marketing 119 1-179711.
KLLIGE RALPH WENDEL. MS
Professor of Civil Engineering 11951- 957.1.
KNAPP. FREDRICK W.. Ph D UlJniverily ol Calilorniai
Associate Professor (Associate Biochemist I. IF45 11960-19671
KNAUSS. IAMES FREDERICK. Ph D. ICornell LUniversilt
Assistant Professor i Assistant Plant Pathologistl IfAS
Agricultural Research Center. Apopka 11969-19691
KNIFFEN. JARED C. M D INes Nork Medical Collegel
Associate Professor or Medicine 1963-1969)
KNIPLING EDWARD BYRON. Ph D. iDuke LUnisersi'y
Assistant Professor i Assistant Plant Physiologst. IFAS
USDA (1968-19681
KNIPPEL THOMAS C MD (Unitersit of Miamii
Resident in Anesthesologs 1 1970-19701.
KNISELE\, SHERMAN PHILIP Ph.D. IUniersiq of North
Carolnal
Associate Professor of Humanities. Adsser 1964- 19691
KNIZLEY HOMER, MD IUn\.ersilt ol Floridai
Assistant Professor and Acting Chief of Endocrnologs
7 196- 19691.
KNOTS DOUC
Assistant Football Coach. i19b9-19691
KNOWLES HAROLD LORAINE Ph D IUn.iersits of Kansasi
Proiessor of Phisical Sciences and Physics 1 193 1-7955
KNOWLES LOIS NINA. IM A
Professor. Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Program
College of Nursing 11956-1966;
KOBURGER. IOHN ALFRED, Ph.D. INorth Carolina Slate
Unisersily I
Assistant Professor (Assistant Microbiologisrl IFAS
11969-19691
KOEFOD PAUL E Ph D IInstitute ol International Studies
General
Professor of Economics 1956-19651
KOENIG ALFRED D, M D iUnisersil ol Lausannei
Clinical.Assocare in Psschatry 11964 1964)
KOGER MAR IN Ph D lUniversily ol Missourii
Professor Animal Geneticisti IFAS 1 951-19511.
KOHLER. sILLIAM C, M D IUniersiIt ot Florida,
Fellow in Pediatrics 11968- 19701
KOKOM1OOR MnRVIN L MD iUnisersil of Michigani
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 11968-19681
kOLARIK. 1. MILAN, Ph D IUniversity of Piitsburghl
Senior Counseling Pslchologist Liniverstry Counseling
Center. Associate Professor of Ps cholog) 11956-1963.1
KOLTS 8NRON E I D IUniersit o Rochesterl
Clinical Fellow in Medicine 1970- 19"0.i
KONDA SUSUMU. M D. iKyolo japani Ph D IKyoloi
Iistring Associate in Parhologs 119 70
KONISHI. TERUZO. Ph.D i kolo lapani M.D. (Kolto
Associate Research Professor of Surgers. Phi siology and
Speech 1963 19681
KONNHA. MARVIN EARL. Ph.D IMichigan Slate Unisers.ri
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economistl. IFAS
(1970-1970l.
kOO. ROBERT CHUNC IEN. Ph.D IUniversits ol Floridai
Professor i Horticulturistl IFAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Lake Alfred 1953-19691.
KORAN, JOHN IOSEPH, jr Ph.D tStantord Universityi
Associate Professor of Education (1971-197 .
KOREN, KENNETH. M.D lUniversils of Floridai
Inrern in Pediatrics 11970-19701


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STAFF AND FACULTY


KORMAN'OS, EDWARD C.. Ir. M Ed.
Assistant Area Director Division of Housing 11970-19711.
KORU SADISABIT, MA Arch
Associate Professor of Architecture 11947-1956)
kOUBA. ETHEL 0. Ph.D Universily of Floiidai
Research Associate in Medicine 11969-19691.
KOZAL. N L M A.
Area Director. Division of Housing 17971-1971
KRAFT JOHN Ph.D Universly of Piltsburghl
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-1970)
KRAMER. DEAN C M D (Uniiersitv ol Missourll
Resident n Medicine 1969 19691
KRAMER SOL Ph D. Umiversitl ol Illinoisl
Professor of Psychiatry and Biology (7964-19641.
KRAUSCHE. CHARLES EMIL M SC E
Assistant Professor of Building Construction (1970-1971..
KRA'ER RONALD T M.F.A
Instructor of Art 1968-19681
KRESS. ESTA L M D iUniersilv ol Pennsylvania)
University Physician 7 1967j
KRESS. JACOB H.. M D Universilt ol \Vrginiai
Assistant Director, Student Health Service.
KRETSCHMER. ALBERT EMIL. Jr Ph.D iRulgers University
Professor I Agronomist l tfAS. Agricultural Research Center.
ft. Pierce 1952-1966.'
KREZDORN. ALFRED HERMAN Ph D ITexas 4&M Universilyi
Professor IHoriculturisti and Chairman, Fruit Crops Depart-
ment IFAS 17957.-9601
KRIENKE. WALTER ALBERT. M S
Associate Professor IAssociate Dairy Technologist, IFAS,
1946-19461
KRISPIN EGBERT. Ph.D IUnisersity ol Pennsylvaniai
Professor ol Germanic Languages and Chairman of
Department 1963-79691."
KRONST4DT, ALEX Ph.D IUniversii of Flordal
Assrslant Professor of Psychology 17968-19681
kROP HARRN D., Ph D lIUniersily o Miami)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology V.A I 11971-19711
KROPF. LINDA SLZANNE M L S
Assistant Lbrarian. Reference and Bibliography 11970-19701.
KRUMM ROGER VINCENT. NM N
Librarian in charge of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Library 11951-19"'0
KRUSE IOHN C M.D iCeorge Washington UnisersiiiV
Clinical Instructor in Anesrhesiology 11970-19701.
KUCH HELGA N MD Universily ol Munichl
Resident in Ps5chialry 11968-79691.
KUCH KLAUS MD IUnisersilv ol Heidelberg)
Resident in Psschrarry 11969-19691
KUCHAREk. THOMAS ALBERT Ph D IUniversity o Minnesolal
Assistant Professor IAssistant Plant Pathologisti. IfAS
1197'0 19701
KUCK. E I. NEWBY IFlorida College of Medical Technology)
Research Assistant in Anesthesiology 11969-1969)
KUITERT LOUIS CORNELIUS. Ph.D. lUniversity of Kansas)
Professor (Entomologistl IFAS (1948-19651
KULIG, SHARON. Ph D IUniersilty of Floridal
Postdoctoral Felloi in Speech (1969-7969).
KURTZROCK GEORGE H Ph.D IUn.versity of Illinoisl
Associale Professor of Speech and Director of Audiology
(1956-196')
KURZWEG. ULRICH HERMANN Ph D Princelon Universit l)
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1968 19681
KUSHNER DAVID Z.. Ph D iUniversITy ol Michiganl
Professor of Music (1969-1969).
KWACHKA. PATRICIA M A lUversity oi Floridai
Assistant in Psychiatry i 1969-19691
KYLSTRA. CHESTER DIER. Ph D University of Florida)
Associare Professor of Nuclear Engineering (1967-19671.
LABRECQUE, GERMAIN C Ph D (Ohio Slate University
Associate Professor of Entomology and Supervisor of
Premises Trearment Project U S.D A. Entomology
Research Laboratory t1963-1963)
LACEN BERTH MAPA
Assi.anr Director of Sports Public.t (1970-19701


LACEY, J. ALLEN. M.D. (Medical College of Georgia)
Resident in Surgery (1967-1970).
LACKORE, LEONARD K., M.D. (University of Iowa)
Resident in Anesthesiology (1968-1968).
LAESSLE. ALBERT MIDDLETON, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Zoology (1942-1956).
LA FONTAINE. MARJORIE KABRICK, M.S.P.H. (George Peabody
College
Associate in Obstetrics and Gynecology(1971-1971).
LAI, RONDALD JUEY-RONG, Ph.D. (Colorado State University)
Assistant Research Professor of Coastal and Oceanographic
Engineering (1969-1970).
LAITE, MELVILLE B., M.S
Associate in Pathology and Instructor 11957-1970).
LAKE, NOEL REESE. B S.A.
Groundskeeping Superintendent (1955-1955).
LAKE, RICHARD E., M A
Assistant Professor of Speech (1969-1970).
LAMBERT, ROY E., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Humanities (1959-1963).
LAMBERT, ZARREL V.. Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University)
Associate Professor of Marketing (1970-1970).
LANCIANI. CARMINE A.. Ph.D. (Corell University)
Assistant Professor of Zoology 11968-1970).
LANDAU, MARCIA E, B.A
Graduate Assistant 11967-1967J.
LANDOR, JOHN H., M.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Surgery 17969-1969)
LANDSMAN. THEODORE. Ph D. ISyracuse University)
Professor of Education (1958-1959).
LANE. C BRONSON, Universly of Maryland)
Associate Professor (Associate Dairy Technologist) IFAS
(7970-1970)
LANE DAVID, Ph.D. (Columbia Universilyl
Professor of Education (1954-19701.
LANCDON. KENNETH R Ph.D. cUniversity of Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nematologist), D.P.I., IAS
(1966-19661
LANGEE. HARVEY ROBERT. M.D iSlanlord University)
Assistant Professor of Psychratry 11968-1968).
LANGFORD, ALLIE GERALD, Ed D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of English, Adviser (1953-1966)."
LANGFORD. R.G M M
Assistant Professor of Music (1971-19711.
LANGHAM. MAX RAYMOND, Ph D (University of Illinoisl
Professor (Agricultural Economist), IFAS, (1962-1970).
LANTOS. ROBERT L., M S.
Director. Pharmaceutical and Central Sterile Supply
Services. Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy (1967-1967).
LANZILLOTT1, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Ph.D. ICalifornia at
Berkeley)
Professor of Economics and Dean of College of Business
Administration 11969-1969)
LAPOINTE, LEONARD. Ph.D. (University of Coloradol
Assistant Professor of Communicative Disorders, V.A.
(1969-1969).
LARCHE, THELMA B., M.A., in L 5.
Assistant Librarian, P. K. Yonge laboratory School
(1963-1968).
LARKIN, ANN REBECCA S. Ph.D. (University of Colorado)
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Biochemistry
11968-1968).
LARKIN, LYNN HAYDOCK, Ph.D. (University of Colorado)
Assistant Professor of Pathology (1968-19681.
LARRAURI O A.. MA. Arch.
Instructor in Archritcture (1971-19711.
LARSEN, IANET SEGER. E.D. (University of Floridal
Assistant Professor of English (1969-1969).
LARSON. RICHARD F., Ph.D. (Notre Dame University)
Associate Professor of Sociology (1968-19681.
LASLEY, MARION MURRAY. Ph.D (Columbia University)
Associate Professor ofSpanish (1956-1956).
LATIF, MOHAMMED ABDUL, MS.
Assistant in Engineering in Coastal and Oceanographic
Engineering (1968-1968;


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STAFF AND FACULTY


LATOUR, MARINUS HENRV, M.S.E.
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1946-:950J.
LAUER, JAY L.,
Administrative Assistant in Education (1965-19701.
LAUTER, WERNER, Ph.D. (Grieiswaldl
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry ( 950-19501J.
LAVIRE, WILLIS ALVIN. Ed.D IUniversitl of Floridal
Associate Professor of Education (1961-79651.
LAWRENCE FRED PARKER, M.5 A
Professor (Citriculrurrstl. IFAS 1947-19471.
LAWRENCE. GORDON D. IClaremont Men's Collegel
Associate Professor of Education 11969-1969.1
LAWRENCE, FREDERIC S., M A T.
Interim Teacher, P K. Yonge (19'0- 1970).
LEACH. WILLIAM WALLACE, M D. IUniversity of Floridal
Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 11971-1971)
LEADON. BERNARD MATHEW, Ph.D. University of Minnesolai
Professor of Aerospace Engineering 1964-1964 1
LAKE, WOODROW WILSON M A
Interim Graduate Teaching Assistant in Speech (1970-1970J.
LEAVENWORTH RICHARD STEWART. Ph D. IStanford
Universilyj
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(7966-1966J
LEAVERTON. DAVID R. M D IUniversity ol Coloradoi
Resident & Fellow in Child Psychiatry (1967-196?71.
LEAVITT, BENJAMIN BURTON. Ph.D IHarvard Universi t
Associate Professor of Zoology 1 1946-1954)
LEAVITT NORMA MURIEL. Ed.D (Columbia Universiryi
Professor of Professional Education (1953-19631
LEBARON, J.P., M Ed
Interim Instructor of AIusic 11977.19711
LEBER, GAIL W.
Assistant Professor Assistant hMelerologistl IFAS N%% S
Agricultural Research Center. Lakeland (1963. I963J
LEBO. GEORGE ROBERT. Ph.D IUnn.ersa of Florndai
Assistant Professor ol Astronoms 11964.1965)
LEACOCK ROBERT I .Ph.D IUniversity of Florida,
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy
(1971-19711
LEE, JONATHAN K. Ph D indiana Universilvi
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1971 1971).
LEE. PERMILLSS ARTEN Ir. MA
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 1948-19511.
LEE, ROBERT CHARLES. Ph.D. IPeabodyl
Associate Professor of English 11947-1956)
LEE. ROBERT EDWARD, Ed.D L(Unnersity of Floiidal
Interim Assistant Professor of Education 11969-19691
LEE, ROBERT MATTHEWS, Ed.S (University ol Floridai
Assistant to the Dean. College of Laws 11963-1963)
LEGG. KEITH R.. Ph D (University of Californiai
Associate Professor of Political Science i1966-1967~
LEGRAND, FERDINAND. M S tCollege of Tropical
Agriculture Netherlandsi
Assistant Professor ,Assstant Agronomist), IFAS Agronom)
Agriculture Experiment Station 1958-7970) *
LEHMAN, WILBUR L D D.S (Ohio State University'
Assistant Professor of Dentistry, College of Dentistr)
(1968-19681
LEIBMAN, KENNETH C, Ph.D INew York University)
Professor of Pharmacolog ( 1956-1968).
LEILICH RON EDGAR. Re D. (University of Indianal
Professor of Professional Physical Education and Recreation
11952-1967).
LEMARCHAND, RENE, Ph.D. (University of California at Los
Angeles)
Professor of Political Science 11962-19711
LEMBERGER, MAX AUGUST. M S
Associate Professor of Pharmacy, Assistant Dean, College
of Pharmacy 11971-19711.
LEMOYNE. MCPHERSON M A.
Interim Instructor of Economics 11963-1963).
LEONARD, CHESTER D.. Ph.D. (Rutgers Uniersilyl
Professor (Horticulturist), IEAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center, Lake Alfred (1950-19661.


LEONARD, ROBERT. M D.
Fellow in Plastic Surgery
LEPPELMEIER, CAYLE MCKERROW. M Ed.
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1968-1968).
LEPPELMEIER, J.W. M.A.
Interim Instructor of Economics (1968-1968;.
LERCH, HAROLD ALEXANDER, Ph D. IOhio State University I
Assistant Professor of Professional Ph s,cal Education
11968-19681.
LESLIE GERALD R.. Ph.D IOhio State UniversiT)
Professor and Chairman Department of Sociology
11967- 19671.
LESTER, W BERNARD, Ph.D (Texas A&M Uni ersavi
Associate Prolessor (Associate Agricultural Economist,
IFAS. DC (196. 196 '
LEVIN. SIDNEN. M D iBaylor Universitr
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Chairman of
Department of Pediatrics tor IHEP 11968-1970'.
LE. INSON, LESLIE HAROLD. LL M
Professor of Law ( 1966-19'"0
LEVY C MICHAEL. Ir Ph D iUniersity of \ isconsini
Associate Professor of Psychology 11964 19 01;
LEVN. JUDITH i Ph.D (Uniersiiy ol Floridai
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiairy 11970-19701.
LEWALLEN, STEPHEN BUELL ID
Interim Instructor 11970- 19701.
LEWIS A L Jr Ph D IDuke Uni\ersily I
Associate Professor of Humanities and Phdosoph)
11957-19661
LEWIS. ARTHUR Ed.D IColumbia Universilty
Professor of Education and Chairman Division of
Curriculum and Instruction. College of Education
i1970.19701.
LEWIS HAL GRAHAM Ph.D IColumbia Uni\ersiN I
Professor ol Education and Chairman Department of
Educational Foundations 1 936- 1969' "
LEWIS PAUL W Ph D IUnnerslly ol Utahl
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 119'1- 19"'1.
LEN. KENNETH D Ph.D. IWashinglon Stale Uni\ersity
Assistant Professor I Assistant Virologist. IfAS i 19 .-19'71.
LINDBERG. DAVID SEAMAN Ed.D. Uniersily 01 Floridai
Assistant Professor of Health Related Professions 1971-1971
LIEBERMAN. LAWRENCE I M D iUnimersii ot Flordai
Resident in Medicine 7 1968-1968).
LILES ANNETTE LUCILLE M.A B A in L S
Librarian and Chairman of Reference and Bibliography
Department Associate Professor of Library Sciences
194 7.19701

LIND, STEPHEN ANDERSON. LL M
I visiting Associate Professor of Lat\ 11970 19701
LINDBERG DAVID S Ph D IUnisersily o Floridal
Assistant Professor of Health Related Professions
Assistant Professor of Education ( 1971 19711
LINDER. PETER WALTER Ph D IUppsala Unisers.ly I
Associate Professor of Chemisltr (19"1- 197.1
LINDGREN, ERKI RUNE, Tekn Dr iRoyal Institute of
Technology Svedeni
Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics 11965-19651.
LINDHOLM, FRED ARTHUR. Ph D iUnneisies ot Arizonai
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1966-1966b
LINDQUIST, CARL W MD Ilohns Hopkins LUniersilty
Intem in Medicine 11970- 1970
LINDQUIST ROBERT CARL. M S
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences 11959-19651
LINGREN PETER D.. Ph.D
Associate Professor .Associate Entomologist IFAS
01971-1971).
LINKER, EUGENE, Ph D. IRutgers Uni ersilv)
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology 11970-1970).
LIPOVSKI, GERALD IOHN Ph D iUnniersily or Illinoisi
.Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 11969-19691.
LIPSIUS, CARLTON EDWARD Ed M
Assistant to the President (1971-1971,
LISCA, PETER Ph D IUnniersit, of Wisconsini
Professor of English 1958 1966)






STAFF AND FACULTY


LISHENG-SAN, Ph.D. (Rice Universityl
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering i 1968-19691
LISLE, FORREST, Jr.. M.Arch
Assistant Professor of Architecture (19701.
LISTER. JAMES, L., Ed.D. (University ol Illinoisi
Professor of Education and Chairman, Counselor Education
Department (1962-7968).
LITCHER. JOHN H.. Ph.D (University of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).
LITTELL, RAMON CLARENCE. Ph.D IOklahoma State)
Assistant Professor Statistics (1970- 19701.
LITTLE. JOSEPH WALLACE, I.D. IUni\erslly of Michigan1
Professor of lat 11967-19771.
LLEWELLYN, WILLIAM R.. M S.A. University, of Floridal
Count) Agent (on leasel, Instructor, IFAS. U.S. Embassy.
Saigon. iernam 11954-19681
LLORENS, LELAA. M.A iWayne Slale University)
Associate Professor of Occupatronal Therapy 1971-19711
LLOYD, JAMES EDWARD. Ph.D. ICornell Universilt,
Associate Professor of Entomology. IFAS (1966-19701
LOCASCIO, SALVADORE JOSEPH, Ph D IPurdue University
Professor Horriculturistu. IFAS (1959-19691
LOEHMAN. EDNA TUSAK. Ph D IPurdue University)
Assistant Professor IAssrstant Agricultural Economisti,
IFAS, (1970-19701
LOEHM4N, RONALD ERNEST, Ph.D IPurdue University)
Asslsiant Professor of Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering 1970-19701.
LOFGREN, CLIFFORD SWANSON, Ph.D. rUnisersit of Florida)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologistl. USDA IFAS.
Entomology Research tab (1968-19681.
OFTEN, WILLIAM TRAVIS. M.A E
Associate Professor of Education 193 7-1937;
LOGGINS. PHILLIP EDWARDS, M S IOklahoma Slatei
Associate Professor (Associale Animal Husbandman)
IFAS 1953-1966).
LONDONO IAVIER H., M D IUniversiy ol Anlioquia,
Columbial
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1969-19701
LONG, DONALD EUGENE, M S
Assistant Professor (Rural De elopment Specialistr
IFAS., (1970-1970.
LONG STEPHEN GANO. M A.
Assistant Professor of English. Aduser 17958-19581
LONG STERLING KRUEGER, Ph.D IUniversity of Texasi
Associate Professor (Assocrate Bacteriologisl. IfAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake
Alfred 11958-1968).
LOPEZ, RAUL I, M D. IUniverslly ol Floridal
Clinical Instructor of Medicine f 1970-19701
LOPUCKI. LYNN M.. I D. IUniversily ol Michigan I
Assistant Professor of Business Law (1967-1967)."
LORA, PEDRO M. M D (University ol Havana)
Resident in Anesthesiology 11970-1970)
LORE, CHARLES E, M D
Clinical Assistant in Surgery (1968-1968)
LORENZ, ERHARD
Radiology Instructor 1967-19671.
LORZ, ALBERT PROTUS, Ph D. (University of Virginial
Professor (Horticulturist) Agricultural Experiment
Stations (1948-19481
LOTZKAR. STANLEY, D D.S. (New York University
College of Dentislry,
Associate Professor and Chairman, Division of Special
Service Programs, College of Dentistry (1971-1971)
LOWDIN, PER-OLOV. Ph.D tUppsala)
Graduate Research Professor c.' C kon~.sry and Physics
(1960-1960J.
LOWE, RONALD EDSEL, Ph.D. IPurdue Universilyl
Assistant Professor .Assistant Enromologisri
IFAS, USDA (1966-19661.
LOWENTHAL, JOSEPH j, M.D IUnisersily of Pennsylvania
Clinical Associale Prolessor (IHEPJ in Medicine 1968-19681.
LU, SUNG YUN, Ph D ICarnegie Inslitule ol Technologyl
Associate Professor of Eng.neering Science and Mechanics
(1959-19631.
LUCANSKY, TERRENCE W. Ph D IDuke Universilyl


Assistant Professor 1971-1971)'
LUCAS. HOWARD CHARLES. M.D. (Cornell University)
Clinical Associate m Ophthalmology (1962-1962).
LUCHT, CHARLES ROSS, M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of English (1969-1969).
LUEHR. CHARLES POLING, Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1970).
LUGO, ARIEL EMILIO. Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Botanist) Arts and Sciences,
(1969-1969).
LUKE. HERBERT HODGES, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)
Professor iPlant Pathologist, USDA) IFAS, (1955-19551.
LUNDEEN HARRY C., D.D.S. (University of Minnesota)
Professor and Director of Occlusion, College of Dentistry
i1971-1971).
LUNDY. HOSEA WILLIA, B.S A.
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomist) and Center
Director, Agricultural Research Center, Liveoak, IFAS,
(1946-1955).
LUTHER, DOROTHY C., M.A.
Associate Professor, College of Nursing (1957-1969).
LUTHERER, LORENZ O., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Postdoctoral Felloi in Physiology 11969-1969).
LUTRICK. MONROE CORNEALOUS, Ph.D. (Ohio Stare
University)
Associate Professor (Associate Soils Chemist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, lay (1956-1957).
LUTTGE WILLIAM G Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience 11971-1971).
LYNCH. ANNA Q Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Associate in Student Mental Health (1968-19681.
LYNCH, MICHEL A., M.S
Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1971-19711.
LYNCH ROBERT R. JR., B.S Universiry of Floridal
Director. Information Services (1964-19661.
LYNN KENNETH
Assistant Trainer f 1964-196 71.
LNON. IAMES K Ph.D. (Harvard Universily)
Associate Professor of German 119711.
LYONS. HENRY R, M.D (Georgetown Universily)
Associate Professor in Psychiatry. Chief of Psychiatric
Service VA Hospital 11960-19671

MACAULAY, NEIL WEBSTER. JR., Ph.D. (Universily of Texas)
Associate Professor of History 1.965-1969).
MACBETH lAMES ALEXANDER, B S.
Assistant Curator and Chairman of Department of
Interpretation, Florida State Museum 11970-19701.
MACCULLOUGH, DOUGLAS BRUCE, M.A.
Assislanr Registrar (1966-1966).
MACDONALD, WILLIAM DICKSON. S.I.D. (University of
Michigan)
Professor of Law (1948-1951)
MACEY. ANNE MAILLARD, M.S PH. (University of California)
Associate in Obstetrics and Gynecology (1971-1971).
MACKENZIE, RICHARD S., D.D.S., M S. (University of
Michigan) Ph.D (University of Pittsburgh)
Professor and Director, Office of Dental Education, College
of Dentistry (1969- 1970).
MACLACHLAN. EMILY STEVENS, M A
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1961-1965).
MACMILLAN. DAVID M.. M D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Surgery 11968-1970).
MACNAUGHTON, ROBERT I., JR., M.D. (University of North
Carolina)
Resident in Surgery 1969-1970).
MADDOX, ROBERT Ph.D. iUniversity of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Management (1969-1969).
MADURO, LOIS ANNE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy. V.A.',
(1966-1967.
MAGIE, ROBERT ODGEN, Ph.D (University of Wisconsin)
Professor (Plant Pathologist), IFAS, Agricultural Research
and Educational Center, Bradenton (1954-1954).
MAHIG, JOSEPH. Ph.D. IOhio Stale)
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engmeering (1967-1967).





MAHON, )OHN KEITH, Ph.D. (University of California at
Los Angeles)
Professor of History and Chaiman of Department
(1954-1966).
MAHONEY, JOHN FRIEND Ph.D. (Lehrgh Universilyl
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
GENESYS-West Palm Beach 11964-1966)
MAJORS, RAYMOND KEITH, M.S.
Assistant in Anesthesiology
MAKLEY, JOHN T., M.D. (Case Western Reservel
Research Fellow in Orrhopedic Surgery (1969-1969).
MALAGODI. EDWARD F., JR., Ph.D. (University of Miamil
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1968-19681.
MALICKSON DAVID L.. M 5
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
11969-1970).
MALO, SIMON EDWARD Ph D (Universitl of Florida)
Associate Professor iAssociate Horticulturist), IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Homestead
11964-1971).
MALONEY, FRANK EDWARD, I.D
Professor of Lasw (1946-1951)
MALVERN. LAWRENCE EARL, Ph.D. IBrown Universil I
Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics. Acting
Chairman of the Department 11969-19711.
MALVERN, MARJORIE, Ph.D. iMichigan Stale Uni\ersilty
Assistant Professor of Humanities 11969-19701.
MALZONE, WILLIAM F., M.D (University of Floridai
Resident in Medicine 11969- 9691.
MANDELL, JAMES. M D (Unisersilt of Floridal
Resident in Surgery 11970-19701.
MANDELL, IEFFREY HOWARD, hi A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Insurance 11969-1969).
MANDERS, ARNFINN MOE, Ph D (Polytechnic Institure ol
Brooklynl
Professor of Electrical Engineering GENESYS-Port
Canaveral, (1964-1971?.
MANGUM. SHEILA 4NN M.S in L S.
Assistant Librarian. Catalog 11970-19701.
MANISCALCO, lACK E.. M.D. tUniversily ot Floridal
Resident in Surgery i(1970).
MANN. CHARLES H.. M D (West %irginia UnlerFsiii
Resident rn Surgery 1970.1.
MANNING, IOHN HYNES, Ph.D IOklahoma Slate Unrversityl
Professor of Bulding Construction (1969-19691
MANNIS. JUDITH G., B.S. iLiniversity of Pennsylaaniai
Assistant in Occupational Therapy i19.71 9''1.
MANS, RUSTY, J.. Ph.D. (University of Floridal
Professor of Radiation Biology and of Immunology and
Medical Microbiology ( 1970-19701
MANSELL, ROBERT S.. Ph.D (University of Iowai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soil Physicistl IFAS.
Agricultural Experiment Stations 11968-19681
MAPLES, WILLIAM R., Ph.D. lUniers.ty of Tesasi
Assistant Professor of Anthropology 11968 19681
MARAULIA, MATTHEW DANIEL, B S IFlorida Southern
Instructor (Assrstant in Chemistlry, IFAS, DC. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred (1960-19601.
MARCUS, ROBERT BROWN. Ed.D. IUn. ersity of Floridal
Professor of Physical Sciences and Geography Adviser
(1955-1968).
MAREN. THOMAS H M D. lohns Hopkins Universir.l
Professor and Chairman ot Department of Pharmacology
(1955-1955).
MARGOLIS, MAXINE LUANNA, Ph.D. (Columbia Universniyl
Assistant Professor of Anthropology (1969-1969).
MARGULIS, STEPHEN T., Ph.D. (University of Minnesola)
Assistant Professor of Psychology 11965-1965.1.
MARKEL, NORMAN N. Ph.D IUniversity ol Chicago)
Associate Professor of Speech, Psychology, and
Anthropology (1964-19681.
MARLATT. ROBERT BRUCE, Ph D. (Universily of Arizonai
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist) IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Homestead
(1964-1964).
MARLOW. G.F.. Jr., Ph.D. (Universill of Maryland I
Professor (Horticulturist and Chairman. Vegetable Crops


STAFF AND FACULTY


Department. IFAS 1969-1969)
MAROUSKY, FRANCIS I Ph.D. iUniversitr ol Virginiat
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist., IFAS. USDA,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Bradenton
11967-19671
MARRIOTT HENRY I. L., M D. IOxlord Uni\ersnyv
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 11969-19691
MARSH. BURTON W.. M D. IUnnersity of Floridal
Resident in Surgery 1968-19'01
MARSHALL SIDNEY PAUL, Ph.D. lUniversity of Minnesolal
Professor of Dairy Science and Dairy Nutritionst, IFAS.
(1942 19581.
MARTIN, FRANK G Ph D INorth Carolina Stale Collegel
Associate Professor Associare Statistician IFAS (1964-196-41.
MARTIN. PAUL BAIN, M S lTexas &AMi
Instructor .Associate in Entomology. IFAS 11971-19711
MARTIN RICHARD 4 M D iUniversit of Floridai
Intern in medicine i 1970-19 70
MARTIN. SAMUEL P. M D IWashinglon University at St. Louis.
Missouri)
Professor of Medicine 1 195b- 9561
MARTIN, THOMAS E M S B C
Assistant Professor of Building Construction 119641-9691
MARTINELLO MARIAN LETITIA. Ed.D IColumbia University
Assistant Professor of Education i 1970- 1970;
MARTINEZ JESUS E A E IUniersilt ol Havanai
Research Assstant in Medicine 11966 19661
MARTINEZ, JORGE PhD iTulane Universili
Assistant Professor of Mathematicsi 1969-19'Oi.
MAR\ EL MASON EDWIN Ph.D. iUnversity or West Vrginial
vegetablee Crops Specialist. Institute of Food and
Agricultural Science. Chief of Part) (ViernamJ: U S. Embassy.
Saigon. \Vetnam 195'-1970)
MARZKE. FREDERICK OTTO. Ph.D. Mihchigan Slate Universilyi
Professor (Entomologisri, IFAS LUSDA Insect Attractant
Behavior Research Lab. 11969-19691
MASCARO, GUILLERMO F Ph D IPrincelon Universitli
Assslant Professor of Psychology 1968- 9681
M4SE, DARREL IAN Ph D (Columbia Universilyl
Dean of the College of Health Related Professions and
Professors of Speech 11950-1958)
MASKIN. MENER H M D. ,Wayne Universityl
Professor of Psychiatry 1968-1968)
MASON JOHN F., M D IUnivers.ly o Florida)
Clinical Instructor 1968-19691
MASON MICHAEL L. M.A
Assistant Professor in Psychology 11969-1970)
MASSES THOMAS M Ed.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School 11966719771
MA4T4, JOHN F .M 5
Area Director, Division of Housing 11971.1971).
MATHIS. BENJAMIN L M A.
Assistant to the Vice President of Student Aftars 1 1971-19711.
MATHIS CATHERINE, M A
Assistant Area Drector Ditision of Housing 11971-19711
MATHIS. WILLIAM KARt, JR., Ph D ITesas A&M Universilyl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Economist). IFAS 1969-19691.
MATTHEWS. CHARLES ARNOLD, Ph D iUniersity of Virginial
Professor of Finance and Chairman. Department ol Finance
and Insurance, Acting Charman. Real Estate and Urban Land
Studies (1948-19571.
MATTHEWS. RICHARD FINIS Ph D iCornell Universilty
Associate Professor IAssociate Food Technologist)
11965-19651.
MATURO. FRANK S JR. Ph.D. iDuke Unnversityl
Associate Professor of Zoology. Supervisor of Marine
Laboratory. Dyision of Biological Sciences 11958-197.'0.
MAUCERI. ARTHUR A, Mi D IGeorgelown Universityl
Clinical Fellows in Medicine 11969 19701
MAUDERLI. MAX OTTO. Ph D iUniversilt ol Pennsylvaniai
.Associate Professor of German 1948-19541.
MAUDERLI, WALTER, D.Sc IUniversity ol Zurich)
Professor of Radiology. Professor of En ironmental
Engineering 1960-19651
MAULDIN. RICHARD DANIEL Ph.D iUniversity of Tevasi
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-19691


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STAFF AND FACULTY


MAUTZ. ROBERT BARBEAU, LL B. I ale University.) LL.D.
i)acksonville Universityi L H.D. IUniWersity of Floridap
Professor of Lais (7950-1963)
MAXWELL WAYNE P., M Ed.
Teacher P.K long Laborarory School (1969-1970).
MAY. FRANK PIERCE. Ph D tUniversily of Floridal
Professor ol Chemical Engineering (1955-19691.
MAf FRANKLIN E B S IMerr Univeisly)
Assistant in Medicne (1970-19701.
MA\BERRY MAURICE E B.S B A.
Director, Unnersry Placement Office 11953-1953).
MAYER MARION SIDNEY. Ph D ITexas A&M Unisersity)
Assistant Professor (Assrstant Entomologistl, IFAS. USDA,
i196619661.
MAYERSDORF 4SSA MD IHadassah-Hebrew University.
lerusaleemr
Resident and Instructor in Medicine (1970 19701.
MA1IL NATHAN MND iStanford Uniersiti
Resident in Surgerl 11969-1970;.
MAZIS MICHAEL B. Ph D iPennstliania Stale Universitl
Assistant Professor of Marketing 11971-1971).
MCALEER NANCY MARIE M Ed
Interim Instructor of Education (1970-1970).
MCALISTER, LYLE NELSON. Ph D Umnveisi.l of Californiai
Professor of Histor) and Graduate Coordinator of History
11950-1963.1.
MCBRIDE MARTHA COACHMAN. M Ed.
Counselor Teacher. Division of Housing 11968-19681.
MCBRIDE. ROBERT GREEN B.A
Counselor. Disison of Housing 11967-1967J.
MCCACHREN, JAMES ROLAND, M.4.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education Assistant
Basketball Coach f 1946-19461
MCCALL JAMES CLAYTON ht S A
Assisrant Professor (Rural Areas Development Specialisll
IFAS 1967-1961i
MCCALL, PETER T M Ed.
Teacher P.K Yonge 19'0-19."01.
MCCARTHY KE.IN MICHAEL, Ph D INorh Carol.nal
ssstant Professor of English and Linguistics 11969-1969,
MCCAULLEN MARY HAWLEY, Ph.D (Temple Universilyi
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology (1964-19651.
MCCLAMROCH I4MES Mi, M D IEmory University
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 1959-1959).
MCCLA\ E IfAMES THOMAS. Ph D Unversily of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Statistics ( 1971-19711 .
MCCLOUD DARELL EDISON. Ph.D (Purdue University)
Professor (Agronomistl and Chairman of Agronomy
Department IFAS. 1948- 1965 ."
MCCLURE RICHARD A. MS
Captain U S. Air Force, Assistant Professor ol Aerospace
Studies i197'1-1971)
MCCLOUGH, ROBERT H, M D IUniversil\ ol Flordal
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 11967-1968)
MCCOLLOUGH WILLIAM. Ph D. University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Finance i1969-1971

MCCONNELL DENNIS BROOKS, Ph D (Uniersilt of
Wi,conin
.Assstant Professor 'Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist),
IFAS. 1190-719701
MCCORD. DALE L. MiD i edical College of Georgia)
Resident in Radiology) 1970-1970)
MCCORNACK ANDREW ADAM. h S (Universily of
Mlaisachusellsl
Associate Proressor I Associate Horticulturist). IFAS. DEC.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Lake Alfred.
(1953 19'0).
MCCOWN, JACK THOMAS. Ph D. IUnisersiiy ol North
Carolinai
Professor and Associate Dean for Extension, IFAS.
l(1951-19701.
MICCON, FRANCIS TYRONE. I D.
Professor of Las (1955-1970)
MCCOY, RANDOLPH EDWARD Ph D (Cornell Uniserstls
Ass,stanl Professor i Assistant Plant Pathologisti, IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center Ft. Lauderdale 1'971-1971).


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MCCRAW, IOHN B, M D (University of Missouri)
Fellow in Plastic Surgery 1968-1970).
MCCREADY, STUART T., Ph.D. (Kansas Slate University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Poultry Prod. Technologistl
(IFAS (1971-1971)1
MCCRORY. CHARLES F., M D (University of Tennessee)
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (1968-79681.
MCCULLERS. LEVIS DUVAL. M.A.
Lecturer of Accounting (1968-1968).
MCCULLOUGH, IERRYL Ph.D. (Yale University)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Pharmacology and Therapeutics
(1970-1970).
MCCUNE SHANNON. Ph.D. (Clark University)
Professor and Chairman of Geography 11969-1969).
MCCURDY. CHARLES MILTON, M.D. WUniversity of Florida)
Clinical Associate n Obstetrics and Gynecology (1971).
MCDONALD ELLEN MARIE. M.A.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1957-1962).
MCDONALD, NANCN F., M.S.W.
Associate Professor of Psychiatry 'Social Work) (1960-1965;.
MCDONOUGH. JOHN ROBERT. I D lUniversity of Florida)
Assistant law Librarian. College of Law (1969-1969).
MCDOWELL. LEE R., Ph.D (Washington Stale University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionist),
IFAS 11977-19711.
MCELWEE, EDGAR WARREN. Ph.D IOhio Stale University)
Professor (Ornamental Horticulturist), IFAS (1953-1956).
MCEVER, MARY LOU. Ed.D (Universily of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling
(1969-1969)
MCFADDEN, SAMUEL EDG4IR. Jr.. Ph.D IUniversity of Virginial
Assistant Professor IAssistant Ornamental Horticulturist).
IFAS 11950-1950)
MCFADYEN, DONALD CARL, M Ed.
Instructor, P.K onge Laboratory School (1966-7970).
MCFARLANE. JAMES. B.Des.
Assistant Professor of.4rchitecture 1958-1966)
MCFARLANE. jUDY D,. M N.
Instructor and Assistant in Pediatrics. College of Nursing
(1969-19701.
MCFARLANE. ROBERT W., Ph.D. (Universit of Floridal
Interim Assistant Professor of Zoologs (1971-19711.
MCFERRIN IOHN BERRY. Ph.D. (UniversilY ol North Carolina)
Professor of Finance 11937-1946) Associate Dean. College of
Business Administration (19?11.
MCGEE. JAMES H D.V.M. IOklahoma Stale University of
Agricullure and Applied Science)
Post Doctorate Fellow in Pathology 119691.
MCGEE. IEAN E A B IRollins Collegel
Assistant in Psychiatry (1969-1969.1.
MCGEE, RICHARD KEITH, Ph.D. (Vanderbill University)
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychology
(7964-1967).
MCGINLEY I D B A
Interim Assistant and Professor of Architecture
11971-1971i.
MCGOWAN WILLIAM ALBERT, B S
Assistant Football Coach i 1965-1965.1
MCGRAW, FRANK WILLIAM, Sr Mi Ed
Instructor PK Yonge Laboratory School (1960-19641.
MCGUIGAN. JAMES E.. M.D ISt. Louis School of Medicinel
Professor and Chief of Gastroenterology and Professor of
Immunology and Medical Microbiology
MCGUIRE, JOHN F., B.S.
Graduate Research Associate. IFAS (1964-1971).
MCGUIRE, VINCENT, Ed.D. (University ol Floridal
Professor of Education 11947- 1960)."
MCKANN. MICHAEL RAYSOR, AMLS
Librarian and Chairman of Acquisitions Department
11970-1970)
MCKEE, VERNON C Ph D (lowa Stale Universityl
Associate Professor IDirector ot Program Planning)l IFAS
(1969-19691.
MCKENNA MARION E.. Ed.D (Universrit of Florida)
Associate Professor & Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs,
College of Nursing (7968-19701





MCKEOWN, CHARLES D., M.S
Colonel, U.S. Army, Professor of Military Science
(1971-1971).
MCKERNS, KENNETH WILSHIRE. Ph.D (McGil University)
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1960-1965).
MCLEAN, FREDERICK W, M.D (Marquette University)
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
(1964-1968).
MCLEAN, JAMES P., M.B.A
Administrative Assistant (1965-1965).
MCLENDON, ETHEL M, M.A in L.S
Assistant Professor. Library Science (1965-1965).
MCMAHAN. THOMAS K.. M D (Washington Universityl
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
MCMILLAN, PAUL CLIFFORD, B.A.
Building Service Superintendent 11958-19611.
MCMILLAN, ROBERT THOMAS, IR., Ph.D (Washinglon Stale
University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist. IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Homestead
(1967-1967).
MCMILLEN. SOPHIA ANN. Mi S
Assistant Librarian. Catalog (1971-19711.
MCMILLIN, MARVIN R, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Education and Assistant Dean.
College of Education 11970-19701.
MCMULLAN, PATRICIA, MS.
Research Associate, College of Nursing 11968-19681.
MCMURRAIN, TRUMAN THOMAS, Ph.D. (University ol
Georgia)
Interim Assistant Professor of Education 11970-1970).
MCNAB, BRIAN KEITH, Ph.D (University of Wisconsinl
Associate Professor of Zoology and Chairman of the
Department (1961-19711.
MCNAIRY, ALICE HALL. M Ln.
Associate Librarian. Acquisitions (1953-79701.
MCNEELY, ARTHUR M.. M.Ag.
Purchasing Agent. Health Center 17952-1963J.
MCNEELY, GWYN FARREL, M.D. (University of Norlh
Carolina)
Resident in Radiology (7977-1977i.
MCNEER, GORDON E., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Spanish 11970-19701.
MCPHERSON, LOUISE MARIE, Ph.D (University of Florida,
Graduate Teaching Associate of Speech (1971-19711
MCPHERSON, WILLIAM KENNETH, M S. (Iova Slate Universiryl
Professor (Agricultural Economist), IFAS (1951-1951 .
MCPHERSON WOODROW WILSON. Ph.D Harvard
University)
Graduate Research Professor of Agricultural Economics.
IFAS (1962-1962).
MCQUITTY, JOHN V. Ph.D. (University of Kentucky)
University Examiner and Professor of Psychology
(1929-1935).
MCQUOWN, O. RUTH, Ph.D. (Universily of Florida)
Associate Professor of Political Science and Assistant Dean
College of Arts and Sciences (1961-19661.
MCRAE, JOHN MALCOLM, M.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture 1967-19701.
MCRAE, THOMAS GARLAND, Ph.D (University of Florida)
Associate in Engineering 11968-1971).
MCTEER, ROBERT J.. B.S.B.A.
Assistant Business Manager, Division of Intercollegiate
Athletics (1971-19711.
MEAD, CHARLES A., M.D. (George Washington University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 11961-1969).
MEAD, FRANK WALDRETH, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologis.l, DPI. IFAS.
11966-1966).
MEADOWS. EDWIN HARRIS, JR.. M.Ag.
Associate in Engineering in Chemical Engineenng
(1969-19691.
MEADOWS. RICHARD L.. M.D. (University of Pennsylvanial
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 11965-1965).
MEANS, LARRY W., Ph.D. IClaremont Univers.tyl
Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Neurobiological Sciences
(1968-7968).


MEDINA, JOSE E., D D.5 IUniversily of Marylandi
Dean and Professor of Clinical Denfstry. College of
Dentistry 11967-19701
MEEK. PHYLLIS M Ed.D (Universi t of Floridal
Associate Dean for Student Development (1966-19691
MEGILL. KENNETH ALDEN, Ph D INale Unners.ilt
Assistant Professor of Philosophl i 1966- 1966'
MEHLBERG. HENRY. Ph D University of Ll I
Graduate Research Professor of Philosophv and Physics
(1970-19701
MELICHAR, FRANK 4, M D IUniversilt of Michigani
Resident in Radology 11971-19"1i
MENASCO. WILLIE TRAVIS M Ag IUniersilt ol Floridal
Assistant Professor, iArea Assistant Farm Management
Specialist IFAS. 11969-19691
MENDENHALL HIRAM W. M D LlUniersity of Caliornial
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and GCnecology
(1966-1970).
MENDENHALL. VON THATCHER, Ph D IOiegon Stale
Unlersilt
Assistant Professor .Assistant Food Scientist IFAS
(1969-19691
MENDENHALL, WILLIAt. Ph D iNorth Carolina Slate Collegei
Professor of Statistics and Chairman of Department
1963- 19631
MENKE. CHARLOTTE NADINE. B.S.B A.
Research Instructor. Bureau of Economic and Business
Research 1966-19661.
MENKE, WARREN W.. Ph D IPurdue Unlrersilyi
Associate Professor of Management 1 7967- 19691
MENZIES, DONALD STUART, M.D lUniversity of North
Carolinai
Clinical Associate in Obstetrics and Cvnecolog 1 19 71g
MERKEL EDWARD PAUL. B.S
Instructor of Entomology 11966-19661
MERRILL, IOHN ELLSWORTH, Ph D Princelon,
eisiling Professor of Astronomy 7969 19691
MERRITT HARRY C., IR i S.
Associate Professor of Architecture 1960-79b81
MERRITT WtNDELL HUNT. M D IUniversit of Norlh
Carolinai
Resident in Surgery (196'- 1970 "
MESA, ROSA QUINTERO. M S L S.
Assistant librarian. Documents (1961- 967
MESCH. BARRY, B S.
Interim Assistant Professor of Religion 1969-1969i
MESSER. HENRY HUTSON M.D iUniversnii of Floridal
Clincal Associale In Obstetrics and CGnecology i1911
MESSINA, ANTHONY MICHAEL. M D tUniversity of Floridal
Resident in Obstetrics and CGnecolog i'19"1- 19-97)
MEURLOTT KA\ BARRN M.A
Assistant Professor (Assistant Editor and Assistant
Communications Specialist). IF4S (1963- 196.
MEYERHOLZ, GEORGE WILLIAMN D M Ilova State
Uniersilyl
Associate Professor ittlension Veterinarian i. IFAS
i1968-19681.
MEYERS. HARRY GEORGE, M.S A. lUn.versar ol Floridal
Assistant Professor I Assistant Ornamental Horriculluristl
IFAS (1966- 1966.
MICHA. DAVID ALLAN Ph.D lUppsala Uniersilt
Associate Professor of Chemistlr and Phvsici 1 7969-7969)
MICHAEL. MAX, M.D (Hararrd Uni\ersitl
Clinical Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for
lacksonifile Hospitals Educational Programs I 1959. 1968i
MICHAEL, WARREN T, B S A
Assistant Director of Physical Plant i 1966- 1966,
MIFFIN MARTIN DAVID Ph.D IUni ersir of Neiadai
Associate Professor of Geology 17969-19691
MIKALSEN KR MFA
Interim Instructor in Architecture 1 1971-19711
MILAM, JAMES RILEY M S
Manager of Laboratories. Microbiologs 1963-1963 .

MILES, GEORGE G., NM D. (Long Island Universilvi
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology i 1967- 19691


STAFF AND FACULTY






STAFF AND FACULTY


MILES, GU' SIMPSON, Ph D iVanderbilt Universityl
Associate Professor of English i1957.7957).
MILIAN. MIGUEL, M D
Fellow in Surger)
MILLER lAME CARREE. M.A
Assistant Professor of Physical Education i 1948- 1962)
MILLER, B. LYNN. M D (Uniersilv of Chicagol
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 1967-1970;
MILLER. DONALD RICHARD, Ph D. lUniersity of Torontol
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
S1969-19691.
MILLER. ELAINE N.. M.A.
Assistant Librarian. Reference and Brbliography (1971-1971J.
MILLER. ERNEST C III, M.D ITulane University'
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (1965- 1965).
MILLER. GEORGE H.. IR M.D. [University of Penns hanial
Professor of Surger) and Chiet of the Division of Urology
,1958 1964;.
MILLER, HOWARD N., Ph D IUniversity ot CalilorniaJ
Professor (Plant Pathologist) Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences 17948-19551
MILLER. J. D. Ph D.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Geneticist. USDA. IFAS,
Agricultural Research & Education Center, Belle Glade
11971179711).
MILLER. JAMES W. JR Ph D (Uni ers1it o Florndal
Professor (Forester ItfAS 17936-19511.
MILLER JOHN H Ph D IUniversily of Virginal
Interim Assistant Professor of Physics. Astronomy and
Malhematics 1197'1.19711
MILLER. JOHN WILLIAM, Ph D lUniversily of Floridai
Professor fPlant Pathologist'li. DPI. If AS 11968 19681
MILLER. ROBERT M D lUnisersily of Miamni
Resident in Medicine (1970- 19 70
MILLER, ROBERT H i D IUniversit of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 11968-19701
MILLER. WARREN B. M D. IUniversitv of Floridal
Research Assistant in Psychiatry 17969-19691.
MILLIKAN AMES D. Ph D Yale Universilvi
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 17967- 19671.
MILLION. RODNEt R M D Indiana Medical Schoolt
Professor of Radrologs 11964-19691
MILNER GILBERT C M D. IUniversilt o TexasI
Resident in Psschiatrs (1969-1969)
MIL TON. JAMES EDMUND Ph.D University of Florida;
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering 11966-19660.
MILTON, RUTH LOUISE, Mi S
Associate Professor (Assocate State 4-H Club Agenti. IfAS.
11952 1966b."
MINCED, WILBUR FRANKLIN
Assistant Professor IAssistant Meteorologist), IFAS. NWS.
Agricultural Research Center. Lakeland (1959-1959).
MINGO. GWENUEL WILFRED, M.Ed.
Counselor- Teacher. Division of Housing i 1971-7977;1.
MINNICK DANNY RICHARD. Ph.D. (University of Floridas
Assistant Professor iA.slstanl Entomologrst). IFAS.
(19 119 71. .
MISLEVE' PAUL. Ph.D. IPenn Stale Uniersilyl
Assistant Professor IAssistant Agronomistu. IFAS. Agricultural
Research Center, Ona (7977-19771
MITCHELL. DAVID JAMES Ph.D. rUniversily of Californial
Assistant Professor IAssistant Plant Pathologist). IfAS
l797.719."1i
MITCHELL EVERETT RO\AL Ph.D
Associate Professor iAssociale Entomologistr. IFAS
11971-19711.
MITCHELL. VERVIL LOUENE. M.S
Assistant Professor (Estensron Home Mgt. & Family
Economics Specialisri. IFAS 1 965-7965
MOCKEL. ANDRE 14CQUES. Ph.D (Universite Libre de
Bruxelle-i
Associate Prnoessor ol Nuclear Engineering Scrences
1966-19701
MODELL. IEROME H M D IUni ersis of Minnesolal
Professor and Charman of Anesthesiology 11969-19691.


MOFFAT. ROBERT C.L., LL M (University of Sydney)
Professor of law (1966-1977)
MOIADIDI, QUDRATULLAH, M.D.
Assistant Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology (1971).
MONIF, GILLES, R.G., M.D. (Boston Universily)
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
(1968-19771.
MONSEES, CANDACE CLARK, M.A.
Interim Instructor in Social Sciences (7969-7969J.
MONSEES, DAVID M, Ph.D. (University of Chicagol
Assistant Professor of Sociology (1969- 19691.
MONTELARO. IAMES. Ph.D. fUniversily of Florida)
Professor Vegetable Crops Specialistl, IFAS, (1952-7965).
MONTGOMERY. HOLE FLEMING, Ir., M.A. in L.S.
Associate Librarian. Reference and Bibliography (1962-1970).
MONTI, LAURA VIRGINIA M.S.L.S.
Librarian and Chairman of Special Collections (1957-1970).'
MOODY LINDA E., M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing 1969-19711.
MOON, BEN LANE, B 5.B A.
Editor. Bureau of Economic and Business Research
(1966-1966).
MOONEY, ERNEST GORDON. M.P.E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1945-1956).
MOONE' HAM. ALCUS RAY. B.S.B.A.
Assistant Director, Department of Correspondence Study,
Di vision of Continuing Education (1966-1967).
MOORE. ALAN CONINGSBY, M Ed.
Associate Professor of Physical Education 17953-19691.
MOORE, CLARENCE A Ph.D. (University of Alabamal
Professor and Chairman. Department of Physical Education
for Men 119711.
MOORE E L. Ph D. (Massachusells Slate Collegel
Professor (Chemist.I, Agricultural Research & Education
Center. Lake Alfred 11951-1956)
MOORE. G. ALEXANDER. Ir.. Ph.D IColumbia Universityl
Associate Professor of Anthropology 1969-19701.
MOORE, G PAUL. Ph.D INorlhweslern Universily)
Professor of Speech Chairman, Department of Speech
11961719611
MOORE GRANVILLE ALEXANDER. Ph.D (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Anthropology (7966-19691
MOORE, jOHN EDWARD. Ph.D. (Universily ol OhioJ
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Nutritionist)
IFAS (1969-1966.
MOORE jUDYL M.N
Interim Assistant Professor. College of Nursing (1970-1970).
MOORE, JUDY R.. M N
Acting Dean and Assistant Professor. College of Nursing,
and Acting Chief of Nursing Practice. Shands Teaching
Hospital and Clinics ( 1970 19711.
MOORE, MICHAEL H., Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1971-19711.
MOORE, ROBERT CONLEY, Pharm. D. (University of
Tennesseel
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy1 7971-1971).
MOORE. THERAL ORVIS. Ph.D (University of Missouril
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1955-1966).
MOORE. THOMAS. M.D. University ol Florida)
Clinical Instructor in Surgery ( 1967-19691.
MOORE. WILLIAM, M.D (Emory Universityl
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 11964-1969)
MOORE. WILLIAM EDGAR, Ph.D. (George Peabody Schooll
Professor of Comprehensive Logic and Chairman of
Department. Director of Counseling. University College
11930-79621 '
MOREFIELD, IOHN DANIEL, M.A.
Instructor in English, Adviser (1968-19701.
MORELAND, ALVIN F., D.V.M. (University of Georgia)
Associate Professor of Experimental Medicine and Director
of Animal Department 17963-1968)
MORERA, JULIO E., M D (Unisersity of Miamit
Clinical Instructor of Medicine (7968-7969,.
MORGAN. ALICE ESTHER, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Education (1963-1968).


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STAFF AND FACULTY


MORGAN, BERNARD L., M.D. IUniversitv ot London)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 11968-19691.
MORGAN, JAMES I., Ed.D. (Unversity ol Floridal
Counseling Psychologist. University Counseling Center
(1967-19671.
MORGAN, JOHN, M.D IVanderbill Universitlv
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics 11970- 19701.
MORGAN, PHILIP BONE. Ph.D. IKansas State College
Professor of Entomology and Entomologist, USDA
Entomolog) Research Laboratory 11965-19651.
MORGAN, WILLIAM HERMAN. Ph.D. lUnnersal$ ol Florida)
Director, Water Resources, Research Center and Associate
Professor of Environmental Engineering 1957-19701
MORRALL, JOHN FRIPP Ph D IUnlersitl of North Carolinaj
Assistant Professor of Economics ( 1969-19691
MORRILL, OLIVE LEMON, Ed.D (Dacca University)
Assistant Dean. Human Resources Department. IF 4S
11970-19701.
MORRILL, WENDELL LEE. M S.
Interim Assistant in Entomology. IFAS 119"1-19711
MORRIS, ALTON CHESTER. Ph.D lUnisesiTy of North Carolinai
Professor of English and Acting Chairman of the Department
(1927-19691.
MORRIS, JOSEPH L., M.D. 0Iale Uniersia I
Resident in Surgery f1968-19701.
MORRIS, KENNETH D., M.Ed
Administrative Assistant in Education 1964-196'1
MORRIS, LEN W., M.D (Washington Univers l I
Resident in Radiology i1970-1970)
MORRISON. CLAYTON ALLISON MS E
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering i1962-19661
MORRISON, lAMES F Ph.D. iSlanioid Unisersilt
Associate Professor of Political Science 11966-1971 1.
MORRISON. SIDNE1 E. MD IDuke Un.versitll
Clinical Associate in Obstetrics and CGnecology (1971.1
MORRISSE'. RICHARD I.. B.S B.A.
Assistant to the V'ce President for Health Affairs I Hillhs
Miler Health Center (1971-19711.
MORROW, MATTHEW E., M.D Temple Unn.ersit, I
Clinical Assistant Professor in Medicine 11963-1963)
MORSE, ANITA L., I.D. iUniversity ol Indianai
Assistant Professor of Lan 11969-19691."
MORSE. RICHARD HUGH, M Arch.
Assistant Professor oi Architecture 11967 1967'
MORTENSEN, JOHN ALAN, Ph D Cornell Univelsit i
Associate Professor (Associate Geneticist, IFAS. Agricultural
Research Center Leesburg 11960-19681
MOSCOVICI. CARLO, Ph.D IRomei
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and oi Immunolog,
and Medical Microbrology, and Chief of \ virus Research
VAH (1'967-196')
MOSCOVICI. GIOVANNELLA
Assistant in Ophthalmology (1968-1970)
MOSELEi, THADDEUSM M D I\anderbilt Universilt
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery I 1968-19691.
MOSES, GALEN C.. M.S.A tUniversit of Floridal
Interim Assistant in Agricultural Economics, IFAS (1971-1971
MOSS, HAROLD GENE. Ph.D. IMichigani
Assistant Professor of English (1969-19691.
MOST, BERTHA M., M.D iUniversity of Pittsburghl
Assistant Professor of Ps) chiatry 1967-19681
MOTT. DONALD D.. M.S
Assistant Dean for Student Development (1962- 1969).
MOTT, GERALD OAKLEN, Ph.D ICornell Universitsl
Professor (Agronomist IFAS 1968-19681
MOTT, MARYM., M Ed.
Interim Instructor in English 1968- 79701.
MOTTOLA, WILLIAM C Ph.D. (Purdue Uniersilyp
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychology
(1968-19681.
MOUNT, GARY ARTHUR, Ph.D (Oklahoma Slate Universityl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologistl, USDA, IFAS
(1966-19661
MOXLEY, CLISBY CAREY. Ph.D. (University of Kenluckyl
Economist. IFAS (1955-19611.


MO'E. HUGH ANSON, Ph D Uniseersli or Floridac
Associate Professor. I.Associate Chemistl. If AS 1965-1971).
MONER ROBBIE SANDERS, B.S
Assistant in Pharmacy. College of Pharmacs 1 19'0-.19701
MRKVICKA. GAIL I. M S
Area Director Division of Housing 11966-19'1i.
MLIEHLNER FELI\ U ID iFrederick Iliam LUnilersit,
Germany-
Professor of Management 1950-19681."
MUGA, MARVIN LUIS Ph.D IUniversi or Texasi
Associate Professor of Chemisir\ and Ph) scs 1960-19681
MUGAR JOHN H. M 4
Interim Assistant Professor of Histors 196 -19671.
MULKE' MNIRCI1 ELIZABETH. MN A
Interim Instructor of Speech 11969-19691.
MULL. LEON EDMUND, Ph D ilosa State Universityi
Professor Microbrologrl IFAS 11940-1956).
MULLEE ROBERT G i D IState Uniersilt of Nevw lorkl
Clinical Associate in Obstetrics and C necologs 119771
MULLER 4LBERTS
Associate in Agricultural Education. IFAS. L S Embassy
San Jose Costa Rica 11968-1968'
MULLIN IOE ED 4ARD. B S .Uniersily ui Calilornial
Professor IStaristiciani USDA IFAS, 11962-1962
MULLIN ROBERT SPENCER Ph D IUniersilt ol Mnnesolai
Professor Plant Pathologistl IFAS 1958-1958P.
MULLINS JOHN THOMAS Ph D Unisersily of North Carolinai
Associate Professor i Associate Botanis t if A5 Agricultural
Experiment Stations 11959-19-"1
MUMFORD RICHARD I M.A.
Instructor in English i 19 1- 19
MUMNI ELIZABETH E M P H iUnsersi\S of North Carolinai
Assisiant Professor iHealth Education Specialist) IF4S
(19'0 19' 0t.
MUNDY BELVEY WASHINGTON. Ph.D. Unniersiiy ot Indianal
Associate Professor of Ph s,cal Sciences and Chemrstrs
11955-1956,
MUNIZ CARLOS E. M D lUnisersit o Hasanai
Assistant Professor in Psychiarry 1 1969-19691
MUNSON. EDWIN S. M D IUniersity of Tennesseel
Professor ol Anesthesiology 19'1 -19'1i
MUNSON JOHN B. Ph D IUn.\erslrt or RochesTer,
Assistant Prfuessor rit Neurouii ernce Physsology and
Pssjhclogs 1969- 199,
MUNSON R WILLIAM IR B Arch
Physical Planning Consultant 11953-1968'
MLIN'ER EDWARD ARNOLD M S
Assistant Curator, Department of Interpretation Florida
State Museum 1 1970-1970i
MURPHEY MILLEDGE, Ph D IOklahoma State Unisersitvi
Professor of Entomolog) IF4AS 194'-19651
NMURPHREE. ALBERT ALEXANDER B IOxrord Un.iersilvi
Associate Professor of English 11934- 1955 1
MURPHREE, ALICE H M A.
Research Assistant in Medicine I 196 19681
MURPHREE CLNDE ELWrN D PA IHarsard Unisersilt
Associate Professor tAssociate Agricultural Economistl
IFAS 1951-1957)
MURPHY. LIZETTE L M S IUni.ersilt ol Alabamai
Assistant Professor iConsumer Education Specialistl
IFAS 190. 19701
MURPHY THO.MAS FROST Mi.B A
Lecturer and Director of Business Associates College of
Business Administration 11969-1969'
MURRAY, BERTH M B S
Interim Teacher P K. Yonge 179 1-19711
MURR4t ERNEST DON. Mh F A M Ed.
Assistant Professor of Humanities i 1968- 19691
MUSCHLITZ EARLE EUGENE, IR Ph.D. iPennssliania State
Universitll
Professor of Chemistri (1951-19581
MUSELLA LILLI HEDDI Ph.D. tMcGill Universial
Research associate in Medicine 1 1968-19681
MUSTAKALIO. ANIA H M D. IFinlandi
Clinical Fellow in Opthalmologv 179070-9701






STAFF AND FACULTY


MUTH. EGINHARD HOERG. Ph.D IPolytechnic Institule of
Brooklynl
Associate Professor of Industrial and S)stems Engineering
11965-19691.
MUTH4RD. IOHN EDWARD. Ph.D (Ohio Stale Universityl
Head, Rehabilitation Research Institute and Professor of
Education and Rehabilitation Counseling (1967-19681.
MUTHER. THOMAS F Ph.D IUniversity of Leedsi
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology and Therapeutics
11963-19651.
MNERS FORREST EARL. tI Ag.
Professor (Assistant Dean for Personnell. IFAS 11948-19601."
MYERS, GARDINER, Ph D iUniveisily of California at Berkeley)
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 1965-1965).
M) ERS, JULIAN MOSTELLA. Mh.S.A. (University of Florida)
Professor I Agricultural Engineer). IFAS 11947-1960)
MVERS, LESTER H, Ph.D. (Purdue Universil l
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economistl
DC IFAS 1 1968 19681
MYERS. ROBERT BROWN, Ed.D. IUniversity of Florida)
Professor of Education 11953-1969).'
MYRICK, ROBERT DEWAYNE, Ph.D IUniversity of Arizonal
Associate Professor of Educalion (1967-19701
MYRICK. SAM E. M D iDuke University
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (1969-1969)
NACKMAN, LEE MARTIN, M.S
Assistant Professor of Pharmac) (VAHI, 1967-196.'7.
NADEAU. PAULINE MARY B S
Assistant in Pediatrrc Cardiolog).
NAGAT4, ERNEST A.. Ph.D. IPurdue Universityl
Assistant Professor of Finance t191- 1971).
NAIR, K C M.S. IUniversily of Missouril
Interim Assistant Pharmacologist. ,elerinary Sctencs IFAS
1969-19691.
NASH THOMAS C., M.A.
Interim Instructor in English 11971-19711
NASHIRO NACYOTOME. M.Ed
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy i 1968-1968.1.
NASSER. DELILL Ph D. IPurdue Unsiersil\)
Associate Professor. Microbiology College of Arts and
Sciences. Associate Bacteriologist. IFAS 17967-19701.
NATION A1MES LAMAR Ph D iCornell ULnisersityl
Associate Professor of Entomolog ft 1960-19701
MATTRESS, JOHN ANDREW, D E IEmbry-Riddle Universilty
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering. Associate
Dean of the College of Engineering (1957.1965). Acting Dean
of the College of Engineering 11966- 19681.
NAYLOR. JOHN GEOFFRN, M F A
Associate Professor of Art 11959-19681
NE4L FRED CARLTON. D ~ M. ITe\as A&M Uninersit )
M.S Associate Piofessor fAssoclate eternraranl. Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences (1962-19661
NEALE JAMES RALPH, R., Ed D (Columbia Universiti
Associate Professor of English. Ad\ iser 11946-1963.1
NEDER GEORGE A. M D.
Clinical Instructor in AMedicne 1967- 1967
NEEL III PERCN L., Ph.D. Universilt of California Davisi
Assistant Professor iAssisrant Ornamental Hortrcullurrstl.
IFAS, Agricultural Research Center. Fr Lauderdale
(1971.1971)
NEELN IOHNW NM B.A
Assistant Director, I. i1 ayne Reiz Union i 1966-19701.
NEFF, THOMAS O NEIL, M.S.E.
Associate Professor Mechanical Engineering (1946-1952).
NEILSON. JOHN TAILOR Ph D (Universil ot Glasgovi
Assistant Professor ( Assistanl Parasitologist I, Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences 11968-19681
NELSON, CHARLES WARREN, Ph.D IUniversals of Martlandl
Asijcatle Prolessor of Mathematics and Education
119tb6.1966,
NELSON EDWARDW. MD ITulaneUnisersity
Resident in Medicine 11969-19691
NELSON IOHN FRANKLIN. M D IUniersit, or Floridai
Clinical Associale in Pschiatral 1965- 1968i
NELSON ROBERT Mi D. lUniversitl of Floridai
Intern in Surgen


NELSON, ROBERT ELGIN, D.B.A. (University of Indiana)
Assistant Professor of Finance (1969-19691.
NELSON, ROBERT M., JR., M.D. (University of Washington)
Intern in Pediatrics (1970 1970).
NELSON, WALLACE MARTIN, Ph.D (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Social Sciences (1961-1967).'
NEMCHIK. GEORGE S., 8.5.
Interim Teacher, P.K. Yonge (1971-19711.
NESMITH. JAMES, Ph.D. INorlh Carolina Slate University)
Associate Professor (Soils Specialist, IFAS 11950-1958)."
NETTLES, VICTOR FLEETWOOD. Ph.D. ICornell University)
Professor, (Horticulturist). Institute of Food and Agri-
cultural Sciences I1938-1968).
NETZLOFF. MICHAEL L., M.D. lUniversity of Florida)
Resident in Pediatrics 11969-19701.
NEUBAUER, DAVID W., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Political Science 11970-19711
NEVILL, GALE ERVIN R Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics and Chair-
man of the Department i1964-19681.'
NEVIS. ARNOLD HASTINGS, M D. (Harvard University). Ph.D.
(Massachusells Institute of Technology)
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Biophysics (1960-1971).
NEW MELVYN. Ph D (Vanderbilt University)
Associate Professor of English (1966-1966.1.
NEWCOMB, ARTHUR PERRY. IR. Ph.D (Stanford University)
Associate Professor of Education 1963-1963).
NEWCOMB, THOMAS. M D IUniversity of Pitlsburgh)
Professor of Medicine and Acting Chairman of Biochemislry,
Associate Chief of Stall of VAH. Gainesville 1959-1969).
NEWELL JOHN. Ph.D. lUnlversilyof Texas)
Professor of Education (1967-19711.
NEWHALL. WILLIAM FREEMAN. Ph D. (Bryn Mawr University)
Professor (Biochemist I. IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station
(1952-19671
NEWMAN ARTHUR, Ed.D. (Indiana Universilyl
Assistant Professor of Education 1 1968-19681.
NEWMAN. E. GUSTAVE M.D. (Duke University)
Associate Professor of Psich.alry 1961-19681.
NELLANS WILLIAM ELFE B A.
Assistant Director for Business Afriars. Division of
Housing 11962-19641
NICHELSON. lACK C M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art 1961-1970)
NICKENS. IOHN MARCUS. Ph D. Florida Slate Universityl
Assistant Professor of Education (1971-19711.
NICKLESS, THOMAS V, At S
Interim Assistant Instructor (Interim Assistant in Vegetable
Crops) IFASI1971-1977I
NICOL. DAVID Ph D IStanford University)
Associate Professor of Geology 1 1965-7965J.
NIDDRIE. DAVID LAWRENCE. Ph.D. (Universiry of Manchesler,
Englandi
Professor of Geography (1966-1966).
NIELSEN. DONALD W Ph.D. (Wayne State
Assistant Professor of Speech (1968-19701
NIMS, PETER E M D IOhio Stale)
Resident in Psychiatry 11969-1969).
NININGER, HOHN HENRY. IR., B.S B A
.Administrative Assistant II: Cooperative Extension Service.
IFAS 1962-1962)
NOLAN, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (University ot MichiganI
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1946-1949)
NORDEN, ALLEN JAMES. Ph.D. (Iowa Stalel
Associare Professor of Agronomy. IFAS i1955-7956).
NORDLIE. FRANK GERALD, Ph D IUniversity of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of Zoology 1961-1966).
NORDSTEDT. ROGER ARLO, Ph.D. (Ohio State Universityl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer).
IFAS. 11969-19691.
NORMAN. OSCAR NEWTON B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meleorologist). IFAS, USWB,
Weather Forecasting Service (1941-1941
NORMANN. SIGURD. J. Ph D M D. lUnisersity of Washington)
Assistant Professor of Pathology 11968-19681.





STAFF AND FACULTY


NORTHROP, JAMES C., Ed D (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Education 17969-1970).
NORTHROP, MEAD F M.D. INew York Slate)
Assistant Professor in Radrology 11970-1970).
NOYES. WARD D. M.D. tUniversity of Rochesteri
Professor of Medicine 11961-19701.
NUERNBERGER. LOUIS O., M.D (University of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatrs 11966-7966..
NUETZEL. WILLIAM ANDREW. M.S
Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education
11959-19691.
NULTON. LUCY, MA
Instructor P.K. long Laboratory School 1950-1954)
NUMMELA. ERIC CARL, Ph D. ITulane University
Assistant Professor of Mathematics '1970-1970)
NUNDAHL, ERROL NEIL, M.Ed.
Assistant Area Director Dirsron of Housing (1971- 19711
NUNEZ, THERON ALDINE IR., Ph.D. lUniversial of California,
Berkeleyl
Associate Professor ol Anthropology and Assistant Dean
of the Graduate School 1963-1969).
NUNNALL\. STEPHENS W., Ph.D (Northwestern Universitl I
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1977-19711
NUNNERI MICHAEL yATES. Ed D llniversilty of Tennesseel
Professor of Education i 1968- 1968)
NUTTER. HAZEN EDWARD M.A
Associate Professor of Education and Head, Education
Library 11938-1950)
NYE, DAVID I., M.B.A. (Uniersity of British Columbial
Assistant Professor of Insurance 1797771977)

O BANNON IOHN HORATIO. Ph.D. iArizona Slate Universilyi
Professor (Nemarologistl. USDA. IFAS 11968 1968)
OBERLANDER, HERBERT, Ph D.
Associate Professor (Associate Physiologist), USDA, IFAS
(1977-1971).
OBERLIN, LYNN C.. Ed D. iMlchigan Stare University)
Associate Professor of Education (11970- 1970J
O BRIEN, THOMAS W., Ph.D. iMarquelte Unniersily)
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. Dirvson of Biological
Sciences (1967-19671
O'CONNELL. JOHN PAUL, Ph D. (Universily of Californiai
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering 1166-19691
O CONNELL. STEPHEN C J D. LL.D. ilacksonville Uniersily),
D Ed tBiscayne College); LL D. iNotre Dame Universityi
President 1796'- 1967)
O'CONNELL. VINCENT F. Ph D IAdelphi LUnversilyi
Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology and Ps chiatr)
11967-19671
O'CONNOR, JOEL L Ph.D (Universilt of Texasi
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1967-1967).
O'CONNOR, JOHN ARTHUR, M.A
Assistant Professor of Art 1969-19701.
O CONNOR, SUSAN. M.D. IUniversily of Floridal
Intern in Pediatrics (1970-1970)
O'DONNELL IOHN J..M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Russian (1968-1968).
ODUM, HOWARD THOMAS. Ph.D IYale University)
Graduate Research Professor of Environmental Engi-
neering (190970 1970
OESTREICH, MARTHA C., M.Sc.
Interim Teacher P K. Yonge Laborator) School 11970-1970).
OGBURN. BENjAMIN R, M.D. (Universill of Virginal
Assistant Professor of PsIchiarry (1967-1969).
OHANIAN, MIHRAN IACOB, Ph.D. LRensselaer Polytechnic
Institute)
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences and Chairman of
the Department 71963-1970).
OHLWILER, DAVID. M D. (University of Rochester)
Clinical Associate in Surgery 17967-1961).
OHRN, NILS YNCVE. Ph.D. iUppsalal
Professor of Chemisrryt 1966-19711 *
O LEARY, JAMES PATRICK, M.D iUniversity of Floridal
Resident in Surgery (7968- 970).
OLIVER, CALVIN CLEET, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1967-1967).


OLIVER. CLIFTON, JR., MA
Associate Professor of Management 11946-1959)
OLIVER JOHN PARKER. Ph.D. (Uniersity ol California, Los
Angeles)
Assistant Professor of Astronom 17970- 1970).
OLMSTEAD. PATRICIA PALMER M A
Instructor of Education (1969-19691
OLSEN GERALD N. M D IUniversity of Mississippi)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine 11970-19701
OLSEN. ROBERT WINTHROP, B.S. (M I T
Professor (Biochemisti. IFAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred 1947- 19471
OLSON. GERALD ALLEN D VM Auburn UniversityV
Interim Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and
Comparative Medicine r 1971-19711.
OLSON. WALDEMAR. Ed.D (University of Texasi
Professor of Education and Acting Chairman, Elementary
Education Department 11957- 19671.
OLSSON CARL NIELS. Ph D University ol Floridai
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy
(1958-19701.
O MALLET. HOHN RICHARD. Ph.D IUniversilt of Floridai
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering 1959-1964.1
OMER, GUY CLIFTON, JR. Ph D. ICalilornia Instilute of
Technology I
Professor of Physical Sciences. Physics and Astronomy and
Chairman of Department of Physical Sciences (1955-1967)."
O'NEILL, PATRICIA C B A.
Program Director I.Wayne Reitz Union (1970-19701
OPP. CARL BRADEN B.A
Head, Off.Campus Housing 17940-19551.
OPPELT W WALTER i D IHarvard Univeisiry
Professor of Pharmacology and Medicine 1964-7970).
ORAS ANTS. B. LitI. (Oxford University
Professor of English (1949-19491 *
ORMOND, WILLIAM NEWMAN, M A
Associate Professor of English Ad iser i 1948-1966).
ORSENIGO JOSEPH R Ph D iCornell Universityl
Professor (Plant Phvsiolog.st). IFAS. Agricultural Research
and Educational Center. Belle Glade (1957. 19"'0
ORSER. FRANK WILLIAM. M.S in L.S
Assistant Chairman of Acquistrons and Associate Librarian
11969-1969'
ORSER, LAWAN V, M.L S
Assistant Librarian. IFAS 1 19701970).
ORTH. PAUL GERHARDT, Ph.D (Uniersily ot Wisconsini
Assistant Professor i Assistant Soils Chemist) IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Homestead.
11959-1959)
OSBORN. GEORGE COLEMAN. Ph.D. (University of Ind.anal
Professor of Social Sciences 1947-19551
OSER, RONALDS S. M.D (Johns Hopkins Universityi
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970)
OSTERBIND CARTER CLARKE. Ph D (American University)
Research Professor and Director of Bureau of Economic
and Business Research i(1950-19617
OSWALD, ANDREW JACKSON. B S ITroy State)
Manager. Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc.,
IFAS (1971-1971)
OTIS, ARTHUR B. Ph D. IBrovn Univeisity)
Professor of Physiology and Chairman of Department
(7956-1956)."
OTT. EDGAR ALTON. Ph.D IPurdue Universiryl
Associate Professor iAssociate Animal Nurri tonistJ
IFAS 11970-19701.
OTT, RANL'MAN Ph.D. l1rginia Polytechnic Instiutel
Assistant Professor of Statistics 1968-19681
OVERMAN, ALLEN RAY, Ph.D. [North Carolina Stale Collegel
Assistant Professor (Asst. Agricultural Engineer) If AS
11969-7969).
OVERMAN, AMECDA JACK, M.S. ,Universiry of Floridal
Associate Professor (Associate Nemalologsti. IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Bradenton
(1951-1968)
OVERTON, ROBERT W
Director of Food Service (1967-1967)






STAFF AND FACULTY


OVESEN, NIELS KREBS Ph.D rTechnical Unisersity of
Denmarki
Visiting Professor ol C'sil Engineering 1971-19711.
OZAKI. HENRY YOSHIO, Ph D. ICornell Universityl
Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Research Center.
Ft. Pierce i1954-19661.
PACE. JAMES EDWARD, M.S.A
Professor (Animal Husbandman). IFAS i 1942-19651
PACHEFSKY. REVA ROBERTA. IM S.
Assistant Librarian. Health Center library 11968-1968.1.
PACKER, ATHOL B. Ph.D. (Unn.ersity of Kansasi
Assistant Professor of Education (1967-19671
AFFORD. VIRGIE MELTON. M P H
Assistant Professor. College of Nursing i 1959-19651.'
PAGANINI. CORAMAE. M.Ed.
Instructor of Education i 1964.1967.1.
PAGANINI, LOUIS ANTHONY. Ph.D lUniversitj of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Geography (1968-19681.
PAGE, PATSY R M D IMedical College oa Virginia,
Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics 1970-1970).
PAIGE. ARNOLD, Ph.D (Universilt of Caliorniap
Associate Professor Speech and Electrical Engineering
(1966-19661.
P4LAZZI DEBORAH LEE A B
Interim assistantt in Research, College ol Business Admin-
istration 11969-19691
PALENIK, GUS I.. Ph.D iUmversily ot Soulhern Calitornial
Associate Professor of Chemistry 119 0-19700
PALMER. ARNO ZANE. Ph D (Unisersity of Misiourl
Professor (Meat Scientstl. IfAS 1955-19641.
PALMER RICHARD DELRAY. Ed.S
Coordinator of Special Programs, Diision of Continuing
Education 1966-19661
PAPROSKI CHRISTINA W B A. INewark State College
Research Assistant in Pediatrics (1969-19691.
PARKER. IAMES C B.S
Associate in Psychiatr) (1962 196"'
PARKER, SANDRA SMITH, M Ed
Interim Instructor of Music 11970- 1901
PARKINSON MICHAEL THADDEUS. Ph D IUniversiin of
Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Physics 11969-19691.
PARRAMORE, HELEN MARTIN. Ed D lUnversilvot Floridal
Interim Assistant Professor of Education 1969- 19701.
PARRISH, FRED S.. B 5
Interim Instructor in Journalism and Communications
(1970-19701
PARRISH. JAMES BRIAN, B.S B.A.
Director of Admissions 11963-1970)
PARSONS, ROBERT GREGORY, M.D UniversIl, of Floridal
Resident in Radiolog) 11970-19701.
PARTHENIADES, EMMANUEL. Ph.D. (University of Calilorniai
Professor of Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering
11968-1969)
P4SCHALL, HOMER A. M.D. Bowman-Gray;
Assistant Professor of Surgery 1967-196.'.
PASSELL NICHOLAS Ph D. (Unitersity of Chicagol
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-19701.
PATE. FINDLAY MOYE, Ph.D University of Georgiai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionists, IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Belle Glade
(1970-19701.
PATKOWSKA. HANNA L Ph.D. IWarsaw Universit~l
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 11971-19711
PATRAY. JOANN HOWARD. M N
Assistant Professor. College of Nursing (1966- 19681.
PATRICK. I. CHRIS
Head Athletic Trainer, Diisron of Intercollegiate
Athletics 11970-19701
PATROWICZ, TULLY C.. M D. IUniversily oI Miamil
Resident in Ophthalmologs (1969-1969i.
PATTERSON, ELAM PUSEY, M Ni E
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1 1952- 1956).
PATTERSON, lAMES P, B S I lOhio Uniersiltv
Director of Publication, 11968-7968'
PATTERSON, MARGARET C Ph.D. IUniersitv ol Floridal


Interim Assistant Professor of English 11970-19701.
PATTERSON, STANLEY DOUGLAS Ed.D. University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Education (1970-19701.
PATTERSON. RICHARD SHELDON, Ph.D. (Comell University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist), IFAS, USDA.
(1968-19681.
PATTON, THOMAS HUDSON, Ph.D. (Universily of Texas)
Assistant Curator, Florida State Museum and Assistant
Professor of Zoology and Geology (1965-1969).
PAUL. GAREY ETHEL, M.A.
Interim Instructor in English (1965-1969).
PAUL, HARRY W., Ph.D (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of History (1966-19661.
PAWLIGER, DAVID F. MD LUninersity ol Floridal
UnLiersitv Physician and Assislant Professor of Medicine
(1967-1970)
PAYNE DORRIS BROOKS Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor. College of Nursing (1971-19711.
PEACOCK FENTRESS MCCOUGHAN. M.S (University of
Floridal
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Husbandman).
IFAS, Agricultural Research Center, Ona 11952-1963).
PEARLMAN. EILEEN R., MN
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing (1966-1969).

PEARSON, JAMES L, Ph D. INorlh Carolina Statel
Assistant Professor IAssistant Agricultural Economist),
USDA. IFAS. 17964-19641.
PEEK, RALPH LEON. Ph D. iUniversity of Floridal
Associate Professor of Social Sciences (1963-1969).
PEELE. THOMAS C IR.. M.D. NMedical Universitl of South
Carolinai
Resident in Pediatrics i 1970-1970).
PEELER. RUTH BEATRICE M A
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1934-1952).
PEIRCE, HARRY E., Ph.D. ICornell LUniersit l
Chief of Party El Salvador(. Associate Professor, IFAS.
LI S Embassy, San Salvador 11969-1969).
PERSON. CLIVE GRAHAM, M.Ec.
Visiting Lecturer of Accounting 11970-19701
PENLAND. ARNOLD CLIFFORD, IR M Ed.
Associate Professor of Music 1970-19701.
PENNINGTON. CLARK WILLIAM, C E
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1954-1966).
PENNY, HARRY HUBERT, Ph.D Universily of London)
I listing Professor (1971-19711.
PENNYPACKER. H S Ph.D. IDuke University)
Professor of Psychology (1962- 19701
PENROD. IOHN ARTHUR Ph.D (University of Pennsvlvania)
Professor of English i1950-1970).'
PEPINSKY. RAYMOND, Ph.D. (Universily of Chicago)
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, and
Physics (7968-1970)
PERDUE. GEORGE FRED M.S.E.E.
Graduate Teaching Associate in Aerospace Engineering
1969-1969,.
PEREZ. FERMIN LUIS. LL D (University of Havanap
Assistant Law Librarian 1967-7968).
PEREZ. GUILLERMO I M D. ,Universily o Paris)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Pediatrics (1969-19691.
PERKINS HAVEN M., M.D. (University of Louisvillel
Associate Professor of Anesthesiology 11959-1969).
PERRY. NATHAN WARREN Ph.D (Florida State Universityl
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology (1963-1967).
PERRY. VERNON G Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Professor INematologist), IFAS 1959-19591
PERSON. WILLIS BACLEY, Ph.D (Universily of Californial
Professor of Chemistry (1966-1966).
PETERSON, IANE ELLENE, M S L.S
Assistant Law Librarian (1969-19701.
PETERSON, LARRY LEE, M. Arch
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1967-1970).
PETERSON. LENNART RUDOLPH Ph.D. (Massachusetts Instilule
of Technology
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Physics
11967-7967)





PETRUCHYK, ION A., M.F A.
Instructor of Art (1968-19681.
PETRUS, DONALD RICHARD. M.S. (Stetson University
Research Associate, IFAS, DC. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred i 1968-19681.
PETRYK, SYLVESTER. Ph D iColorado Stare Universityi
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1969-1969).
PETTIS, AUBREY MARSHALL, M.S.A.
Associare Professor (Assoc. Agricultural EngineerI IFAS.
(1947-1957)
PETTWAY, RICHARD H. Ph D IUniversity or Texas al Austin]
Associate Professor of Finance (1970-19701.
PEYTON, FLOYD A.. Sc.D (University ol Michigan) M.S.
(Michigan College ol Mining and Technology)
Professor of Biomaterials College of Dentistry (1970- 19701
PEAFF, WILLIAM W., M.D. lUniversity of Buffaloi
Associate Professor of Surgery 11965-19691
PEAHLER, PAUL LEIGHTON. Ph.D (Purdue Unisersilyl
Professor (Agronomrstl. IFAS. (1958-19771 .
PHEASANT. THOMAS R., M.D. iWestern Reserve Universatyi
Intern in Medicine (1970.19701.
PHILLIPS. CURTIS Mh M.D. iMedical College of Georgial
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surger) 1969-19691.
PHILLIPS, DARWIN D, M D (Uniersity of Tennessee;
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesrolog\ (1969-19691
PHILLIPS, LYMAN A. IR, M.D rUniversity of Miamil
University Ph) scan (19671
PHILLIPS, RICHARD LEE. Ph.D iMichigan Stale Universityl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturisrt. IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred
11964-1964)
PHILLIPS, THOMAS W, M D iMedical College ol Georgiai
Resident in Radiology (1971 19711..
PHILLIS, JUDITH. Ph.D University of Floridai
Postdoctoral Fellow in Speech 1970- 19'01
PICKARD, JOHN BENEDICT, Ph.D. (University ol Wisconsin)
(1963-1968).
PICKENS NORMAN E.. M.D jLUniersity ot Chicago)
Resident in Surgery 1970).
PICKENS. WILLIAM S. M.D. (University of Arkansas;
Resident in Radiology 1970-1970)
PICKHARDT, ROBERT CHARLES. D.B.A (University ol Indiana)
Assistant Professor of Management (1964-1964).
PIERCE. EMORY LOWE, Ph.D. (University of Floridal
Professor of Zoology and Supervisor of Marine Laborator)
Division of Biological Science r1945-19551
PIERCE, JAMES ROBERT, I D (University of Floridal
Associate Professor of Law (1968-19711
PIERCE. ROBERT N.. Ph D lUniversilr of Minnesotai
Associate Professor of journalism and Communications
11970-19701
PIERCE, ROBERT WILLIAM, IR., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Geology (1969-1969.1.
PIERINGER, ARTHUR PAUL, Ph.D. ICornell Universityl
Assistant Professor (.Assistant Horticulturistl, IFAS Agri-
cultural Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred,
(1956-1956)
PEIRSON, K. KENDALL, M.D. INew ork Universityi
Professor of Pathology (1968-19701
PINKOSON, CHARLES, M.D.
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology 11968-19681.
PIOTROWSKI. GEORGE. Ph.D (Case Weslern Reserve University)
Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Assistant Professor
of Mechanical Engineering 1969-19691.
PIRENIAN. ZAREH MEGUERDITCH, M S.
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1931-19371.
PIRKLE, EARL C., IR.. Ph.D. lUniversityot Cincinnalim
Professor of Physical Sciences and Geology I1950-1969) *
PITTS, IAMES H., Ph.D. (University of Northern Colorado;
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic (1971-1971).
PIZIAK, ROBERT, Ph.D. rUniversity of Massachusetts;
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-19701.
PIZIAK, VERONICA K.. Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts)
Assistant in Medicine 11970-1970)
PLEASANT, JULIAN MCIVER, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Social Scrences (1969-1969)


PLUNKETT, BETTY KISER, Ph D. (University or Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Education 11967-19671
PLUTZKY, MAXIMO M.D. ULniversity of Havanal
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Chief of Psychatric Out-
patient Clinic 11968 19681
POE SIDNEN LAMARR M S
Assistant Professor assistant Enromologsr i, IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Bradenton
S1969-1970.
POLACK. FRANK M., M D. iSan Marcus University Perui
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology 196' 19671
POLLOCK KENNETH CHARLES Ph D INorlhwveslern Un.versilyi
Associate Professor of Communicative Disorders and
Speech (1964-1969).
POLLOCK, MARGARET BICE. M.A.
Instructor of Speech (1969-19701
POLOPOLUS. LEONIDAS. Ph.D iUniversity of California.
Berkeley;
Professor (Agricultural Economist and Assistant Dean
Graduate School. IFAS and Graduate School 17965 1969).
POMERANCE. WILLIAM MI.D iBellevue Hospital Medical
College
Visiting Professor of Obsterrics and Cynecolog i 1970 1970.1
POOLE. REID. M A
Professor of Music and Chairman of Department of AMuirc
11949-1962)I.
POOLE. RICHARD TURK Ph D IUnriersity ol Floridal
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Phssiologisti. IFAS
Agricultural Research Cenrer. Apopka 1 19617 I9"0.1
POPENOE, HUGH LLYW1ELYN. Ph D ;Universily ol Floridai
Director of Intenational Programs ,n Agriculture Director
of Center for Tropical Agriculture Professor of Soils and
Geography, Acting Director of Center for aquatic Sciences
(1957-19711
POP-STO1 NO\ IC ZORAN RISTA. Ph D IBelgrade
Associate Professor of Mathematrcs 1965.19681
PORTER ALAN HARRV D iUniversity il Floridal
Resident in Radiologs 11967- 19711
POSNER PHILIP. Ph D ISiale University ol New rorki
Postdoctoral Fellow in Ph)siologv, 1971 19711
POST. DON MCKENZIE M 5 F
Assistant Professor (Assistant Forester;. i 1951-19551
POTTER, IAMES M. M D iUni\ersil ol Florldal
Assistant Professor in Patholog r 1967. '196'
POTTER. M. NELL. M D. IL'niversiy of Floridai
University Physician 119671
POTTER. WILLIAM MELVILLE, M A
Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Tennis Coach
i1946.19461
POUCHER. DONALD WALTON M A
Assistant Professor IAssistant Communicairons Specialistl.
IF4S 11965-1965
POWE. CHARLES E. Ph.D. University of Floridai
Graduate Research Associate in Agricuitural Economics. IFAS
11970-19701
POWELL, STEPHEN M D ,Indiana University
Intern in Surgery.
POWERS. LEONARD STEWART I D IUniversilt or North
Carolinal
Professor of Law r1957-795"'
POWER, MARTHA, B S
Interim Instructor College of Nursing 179.'-19711
POZZETTN. GEORGE E Ph D IUnisersiry ca. North Carolinai
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences I 19.'- 1971;
PRADHAN TAPASK Ph D ICalcutta Universityl
Postdoctoral Associate in Obstetric, and GCnecology
1 1970-1971;
PRANCE, HENRY E., Ph.D.. IDuke Universityl
Assistant Professor of Zoolog, 1970- 19'0
PRASAD. SHEO SHANKER, Ph D IQueens Universily. Belfasl
Associate Professor of Physics 1968 19681
PRATO, ANTHONY ALFRED Ph.D Universilt of Californial
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economist IF.AS
(1969-1969).
PRATT. THEODORE B., D.Sc ISyracuse Unisers.il,
Associate Professor (Specialist in Communications and
Consumer Relations) IF.A 1969 79 70


STAFF AND FACULTY







STAFF AND FACULTY


PRESTON JAMES F., Ph D. IUnisersiIy of Minnesotal
Assistant Professor, Microbiology, College of Arts and
Sciences. Assistant Bacteriologsr. IFAS (1969-19691.
PREVIC, EDWARD P. Ph.D Unisersily of Illinoisl
Assistant Professor Alacrobiology, College of Arts and
Sciences, Assistant Bacteriologist, IFAS i11965-19711.
PRICE CHARLES, Mi D IBalor Universilyi
Intern in Surgery
PRICE. DONALD GRUBER. M P.H.
Associate in Radiation Control 11962 19701
PRICE. jOHN WILBUR. Ph D. IUnisersitl of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Humanities. Ad% iser 11961-1970).
PRICE, WILLIAM HICKS, NI
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences. Adviser 11966-19701
PRIEM. ERVIN SAMUEL, B.5 E E.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 17952-1952:
PRIMACK ROBERT B. M Ed
Interim Assistant Professor of Education '1966-1966;
PRIMO FRED ANTHONN, B.5
Research Assoc.are in Nuclear Engineering 11963-19631
PRINCE DOUGLAS DON, M.A
Instructor of Art 11968-19681
PRINE GORDON MADISON. Ph.D. IOhio Stale Unisersitll
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomistl. IFAS (1958-19651
PRING. DARIL ROGER. Ph D iNorth Dakota Stalei
Assistant Professor tAssistant Plant Pathologistl. USDA, IFAS
(19'1-1971I.
PRINGLE. PETER K Ph D IOhio Unsersilti
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications, and
Producer-Director of Television Station WUFTT(1971.19. 1i.
PRITCHETT, WILLIAM LAWRENCE. Ph D ilowa State Universilyl
Professor fSol. Chemisti. IF AS 1948-19531'
PROBERT, WALTER 5 ID INale University
Proii sor ol Las l1959- 1960'
PROCHASKA FREDERICK JAMES. Ph D INorlh Carolina Slate
Uniersilt I
Assistant Proiessor .4isvstanl Agricultural Economisti IFAS
i1970- 19''0
PROCTOR CHARLES LAFANETTE, Ph.D iOklahoma Slate
University I
Professor ort ndustrialand S)stems Engineering, Resident
Director GENESYS Kest Palm Beach 11966-19661
PROCTOR. SAMUEL. Ph.D. IUniversit ol FloridaI
Professor ot History and Social Sciences 11946- 19631.
PRUITT ELIHU P. III. M D. IUnisers.tl ol Alabamai
Resident in PsychialrI 11968- 19681
PRUGH. BYRON IONATHAN B S.C E
Professor oi Building Construction 11963-19701
PRVSTOWSK'N. HARRN. NM D (Medical College oi Soulh
Carolina'
Professor and Chairman of Obstetrcs and GCnecolog
11959-1959i.
PUHL. A1MES I M.D. iLlniversitl of losa'
Resident in Surger) 119'0:
PUHL SUSAN C M.D. (Universits of lonai
Unisersift Ph sician 1 19701.
PULLAN, VERONIC 4AGNES M A
Instructor, P K. Yonge Laboratory School 1958 -19621
PURCELL DENTW NM D. IMedical College oi Georgiai
Resident in Radiolog 19 19 '0 19701
PURCIFULL, DAN ELWOOD, Ph D (Universil, of Caliornia,
Associate Professor (Associale Plant Pathologistr IFAS
11964-19691.
PURDY, BARBARA ANN, Ph D IUnisers.il of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Anthropology
f1971. 19"'1
PURDV LAURENCE HENRY Ir Ph D University ol Californiai
Professor and Chairman, Department of Plant Pathology.
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences 1196'- 196't.
PURKEY WILLIAM WATSON SR Ed.D. iUniversity ol Virg.nial
Professor of Education 1964. 1970j
PURPUR -. IAMES ARTHUR M S E
Associate Professor of Coastal and Oceanographic
Engneer.ng I 1958- 1964'
PURSER. MARN MA Ni MF A.
Instructor or Education 1 1959-19601.


PURSER, STUART ROBERT, M.F.A
Professor of Art (1951-1951)."
PUTNAM, HUGH DYER, Ph.D. (Uiversity of Minnesola)
Professor of Enilronmental Engineering (7963-19701.
PYATT, EDWIN EUGENE, Dr. Eng. I(ohns Hopkins University)
Professor of Environmental Engineering and Chairman of the
Department 11965-1970)
PYE. RUBY LEE. M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physrcal Education 11949-1954).
QUADRES, HAROLD LAWRENCE, I.D. (Harvard Universilyi
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic Adviser
11970-19701
QUARLES. IAMES C, LL.B. lUniersity of Virginiai
Professor of Law 0(1969.1969).
QUICK. DONALD THOMAS. I D (Western Reserve University)
Clinical Associate Professor in Medicine 11964-19701.
RABELL, ROSA B M.Ed.
Instructor. P K Vonge Laborator) School 17966-1970J.
RACKSTEIN ANDREW D., M.D. (Chicago Medical Schooll
Resident An Anesthesiology 11970-19701
RADCLIFFE. ROBERT C Ph D lOhio Stale University)
Assistant Professor of Finance 11971-1971).
RAESE. IOHN THOMAS, Ph.D. lUniversily of Maryland)
Assislant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologisrl, IFAS USDA,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Monticello,
S1968 19681
RAINERO, DANTE LIDO M D ISan Fernando Medical School]
Resident 179551
RALEIGH. GEORGE IOSEPH. Ph D. iCornell University
Professor IHornculluristl IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Educational Center, Belle Glade 19'0- 19701.
RAMER RICHARD M., Ph D ISleven s Institute ol Technology)
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Biochemistr)
"19'1.19711
RAMEr M M Ph D. University of Caliornia,
Assistant Professor of Ps chologs 11965-19661
RAMEI ROBERT ANCEL. JR.. D.Sc Universitl of Cincinnati)
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1 1966-19661.
RAMIREZ ADOLFO Ph D IUnnersilt ol Wisconsinl
Assistant Professor of Spanish r1948-19561.
RAMSAY. RICHARD E M.D. lUniversiy of Floridai
Intern in Surgery 11969-19691
RAMSE HOWARD W. M.D lUnnsersiy of Floridal
Assistant Professor in Medicine i1961-19681.
RAMNSEY, R EUGENE, NM D. iUniversil ol Florida:
Res-dent in Medicine 11970 1970.1.
RANDALL. i MALCOMI. NiM H A.
Associate Professor of Health and Hospital Administration,
V A.' (1969-1969.1
RANDAZZO. ANTHONY FRANK. Ph D tUnn.ersily of North
Carolinai
Assistant Professor of Ceolog 11967-196."'.
RAO KOPPAKA \ Ph.D iUniersity of Wisconsin,
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. College of Pharmacy
(1969-1969).
RAO. PEIA\ER VISHWAMBER Ph.D lUniversily of Georgiai
Associate Professor of Statistics 1965-19651
RAPPENECKER. CASPAR, Ph.D tCornell UniNersityl
Professor of Geology and Arts and Sciences Coordinator of
Continuing Education 11949-19661.
RASBURY. WILEY C Ph.D. (Bowling Green Stale Universilvy
Interim Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology 11971-19711.
RATCHFORD BENJAMIN V. Ph D. (Duke Universilyi
Visiting Professor of Finance (1969-19 01
RATHBUN FRANK F M.A
Assistant Professor in Journalism and Communications
11968-1968i
RATCLIFF GENE D M.D. Tulane Unisersilvl
Clinical Fellow in Medicine 1970- 19701
RATLIFF HUGH DONALD Ph.D IJohns Hopkins Liniversityi
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
119'0-19'01.
RAULSTON, JAMES CHESTER. Ph.D IUniversiy of Maryland:
Assistant Professo i Assistant Ornamental Horticulturistl IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Bradenton.
(1969-19691





STAFF AND FACULTY


RAVIN, MARK B., M.D. (New York Universniyl
Associate Professor of Anesthesiology (1970- 1971
RAY, DELMAS DENNIS, Ph.D. LUn sersily or Floridap
Professor of Accounting (1948-1962.1.
RAY, JORDON BOON. IR J.D. lUn.sersit, of Floridai
Associate Professor of Business Law i 1962-19681
RAYL. JOHN E., M.D lUniversit of Louisville,
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgers 1962-19691
RAYMOND, WALTER B.Arch.
Professor of Architecure ( 1956-1958,
REBER, ROSE MARIE I., M.D. iNew jersey College of Medicinel
Instructor of Pediatrics 1968- 19701
REBMANN, DAVID RAYMOND, Ph D IUnniers.lv or Minnesolal
Assistant Professor of English 1970. 1970i
REDDISH, ROBERT LEE, Ph.D ITexas A,&M Unserl~ i
Associate Professor Associate Mears Specialist IFS
(11955.19571
REED. JOHN CLIFFORD. M E
Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1950- 1965)
REED. LARRY WOOD B.6
Interim Teacher, P.K Yonge Laboratory School 11969 1969.1
REED, THOMAS McKENNAN Ph D IPennsihania Slate
Uniersily;
Professor of Chemical Engineering '1952-1965)
REED. PHILIPB M D. ilndiana Uni\ersil
Clinical Associate Professor f 1969-19691
REED-HILL. ROBERT ELLIS. D Sc IYale UntiersitS I
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
(1960-19641 "
REESE. EDWIN CHARLES M.P.H.
Instructor of Ph sical Education 1966-196"'
REESE. ROBERT LEWIS. Ph.D iUniersil of Floridal
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturstl IF4S. Agrcultural
Research and Educational Center. Lake Alired. 11963-19661
REEVES. FRANK BLAIR M.A. Arch
Professor of Archirecture i1949-19681.
REGN JOSEPH LOUIS, M.h4
Assistant Professor of Physical Education f 19b- 19651.
REICH4RD. CARN LAYNE. Ed. D IColorado Slale Lln.iersils
Assistant Professor of Education 1969-19691.
REID, CHARLES EDWARD. Ph.D LLouisiana State Un.Lerits
Associate Professor of Chemistry 7 1948-19551
REID, JOHN TO.. Ph.D iSlaniord Uniersisis
Associate Professor of Spanish (197 1-1971 .
REID. WILLIAM R. Ph.D Ilowa Stale Un.iersitli
Professor of Education and Chairman Special Education
Department i 1969- 1969j.
REINERT, JAMES ARNOLD. Ph.D (Clemson Unisersii,
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologistl IFAS Agricultural
Research Center Ft. Lauderdale 1970-19701.
REINSTINE, HARRY W., JR., M.D. lUnisersTl) of Virginiai
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgeri 11968-1969)
REISKIND, JONATHAN. Ph.D. IHarard Llnisersir
Assistant Professor of Zoology (1967-19681
REITZ, HERMAN J., Ph D iOhio Stale Universilvl
Professor (h'orlculturistI and Center Director, IF45,
Agricultural Research and Educational Center, Lake Alfred
11946-19571
REMILLET, JUNE GORDON. M.P.H.
Associate Professor, College of Nursing 11959-19651
REMSEN, IOYCE F Ph D IRutgers Unniersitlvi
Instructor in Biochemistr ( 1971-19711.
RENICK, IOHN TERRY. M D. lEmor) Unierst ,l
Resident in Psychiarr (1968 -9681
RENN. WADE, M.D (Uninersilt of Florida
Resident in Surgery (1970).
RENNER, RICHARD ROY, Ph.D IUniersit~ of Texasi
Professor of Education 11965-19711.
RENNERT, OWEN M., M.D. IUniversily of Chicagoi
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Biochemistr,
11968-1970)
RENZ, IAMES HENRY, A.M L.S
Assistant Director of Libraries i 1970-19701
REYNOLDS, IOHN EVERETT, Ph D. (lowa State Unlnersilyl
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Resident
Instruction, IFAS, (1966-1971j.


REYNOLDS ABLE MARIE, M A
Associate Librarian. Catalog 1949-19701
REYNOLDS RICHARD C M.D john, Hopkins ULniersilti
Associale Professor or Medicine and Asst Dean for
Communrit Medicine 11968-197.'"
RHATIG4N RONALD M. Mi D IUn.'ers.N or Iovwa
Clinical Assislant Professor of Pa holog i 1969-19691
RHINES. FREDERICK NIMS. Ph D i'ale LUniersirl 1
Professor ol Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and
Chairman of the Department 1 1959-19601
RHOADES HARLAN L Ph D IUniversal ot Illinois
Associate Profes.or .Assocate Nemarologistl IFAS,
Agricultural Research and Educalinsal Center.
Sanford 1959-196",
RHOADES FREDERICK MILTON Ph D IMi si.ppi Sale
College
Assistant Professor .Assistant Soils Chemist'. IF4S Agricultural
Research and Educational Center Quinc$ 1966 196b6
RICE EDW IN RA4 BSA iUniversilt of Floridai
Assistant Professor I Assisant Agronomist Agricultural
Research and Education Center Belle Glade. IFAS USDA
RICE ROBERT I. M A
Assistant Proiessor of journalism and Communications
S1966 19661
RICE. WARREN IOHN Ph.D I Western Reserve Unisersili
Assisrant Professor of Clinical PsschologI. I .A I 19696 1969i
RICH MAR C .M
Assistant in Pediatrics Hematologs
RICHARD GEORGE A.. M D Lininertsl of Piltsburgh.
Assistant Professor ,n Pediatrics i 196-19681
RICHARD WVVANE Ph D IPeabodN Insl.rule,
Assistant Professor of Education 1968 19681
RICHARDS CHARLESC MD ilohns Hopkins LUnrersiTrv
Clinical Assislant Professor of Anesthersologs 1970.1970)
RICHARDSON, 1AMES GILBERT NM
Associale Proressor of Finance 119-46-1957
RICHARDSON. WOODROVW W ILSON. B Ch E
Associate in Astronoms 11968-19'"71
RIDGE MARGARET BLRNS MlL S
Assistant Librarian, Catalog 1969-19691
RIDINGS WILLIAM H. Ph D North Carolina State Uni.ersiti,
AiSSitant Protessor i Assistant Plant Parhologsl'. IF A-
11971.-19' 1
RIEDERER LAHOM4 L Ph D Flnrndai
Interim Instructor and Manager of Computer Laborator in
College of Business Administration 1096"' 1968i
RIESENBERG. DANIEL, M.D IUnerisls, o Mliamii
Intern in Surgers
RIEGEL. BYRON W\ M D ICornell Uni sersilv
Resident in Ophihalmolog i 1968 19681.
RIGGS. FRANK P I D lUni'erslls o Florida'
Associate Professor of la\ 11969-19691
RIHERD, MARTHA, M Ed
Teacher. P i. Yonge Laborarors School 1968-.1970'
RIKER HAROLD CLARK Ed D ,Columbia Un. ersili,
Professor of Education and Director of Housing 1 1938 19661."
RILEY IOSEPH L. hi D ILoma Lindal
Resident in Anesthesiologs 1169- 19691
RING, WADE. M Ed
Instructor. P K longe Laborators School 11958-19621.
RION. WILLIAM E M.A
Director of I IVane Reitz Linion 1945-19-481
RIPPY 1ILSON C., Ir. M D IEnmorn Un.iersil
Clinical Assocate ,n Ps)charry 1964--7964I
RISING. CLARA LUCILLE Ph D tUnniersilt of Florida
Assistant Professor of Humanities 1 1965- 79691 '
RITTER CERHARD X Ph D iUniersil) of \Wisconsni
Assistant Professor or Malhematcs i 19"' 191"
RITTERSKAMP, L DARLENE. Nr S Indiana Unirersil i
Instructor ol Ph)sical Education r 971.919971.
ROAN VERNON PARKER Ph D IUniersi \ or Illinois'
Associate Professoor MAechanical Engineering 1 1966-19661.
ROBBINS CHARLES LEWIS PM 5
Instructor in Sociology 11956-1960i
ROBBINS. JAMES E N1 D IEmorN Unn.ersr~
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmologs 1962 19621







STAFF AND FACULTY


ROBBINS MARILtN I B S. flowa State Collegei
Assslanr in Psychiatry 1969-196911
ROBBINS. RALPH COMPTON Ph.D lUnmsersity o Illinoisl
Associate Prolessor iAssocate Nutritionisti, IF45 11959-1966J.
ROBERTS DANIEL ALTMAN Ph.D iCornell Universitvi
Professor of Plant Pathology. IFAS 1959-19641
ROBERTS. DA' TON NOUNG Ph D IFlorida Slate Universilyi
Associate Prolessor of Education 11968 19681.
ROBERTS. EDWARD GLIERNSE' Ph D. iState UniersilI ot New
'orki
Prolesor. IFAS U.S Embass), Sargon Vietnam 11970-19701
ROBERTS, ELEANOR F M F A (Iale UnLsersityi
Public Functions Manager 1965-79651
ROBERTS HENR'i LAMAR M D iDuke Uniersitvi Ph.D
IMcCrill
Protecsor ut Surgers 1951- 19t,
ROBERTS LEONIDAS HOARD. Ph D IUnivers.Il ol Floridai
Professor oi Ph sical Sciences and Astronomy: Ad iser
(7949-1971
ROBERTS MICHAEL D Phil IO1iord Uni\ersil i
Assistant Professor in Bochemisif 1790- 19701
ROBERTS PAUL EDWARD. JR Ph D iLniversily ul lovia,
Assistant Professor of Economics and Director of MBA
Program 1 1969-19711
ROBERTS. RANMOND BLAINE Ph D iIowa Stale Universirj
Assistant Protessor or Economics i 79'0-19 'O0
ROBERTS ROBERT MICHAEL Ph D iOrl.rd Lnisersitl
England,
Assistant Prnoessor or Biochemistry and Borans 119.'0-1970'
ROBERTS. STEPHEN D Ph.D iPurdue Univer'il i
assistant Professor of Indusrrial and Systems Engineering and
ol Health and Hospital Administration Director, Health
S) srems Research Diiison, I Hillis Miller Health Center
(198- 1968'
ROBERTSON MARN FRANCES, Mi A
Associate in Psvchiatr 1 1966-196.7i
ROBERTSON WILLIAM KITCHENER. Ph D Purdue Universilli
Professor iSoils Chemist' IFAS 11950-7965)
ROBINSON FRANK ALBERT. M S
Associate Professor (Associale Apiculturfsrl, IFAS 1950-19661
ROBINSON. JOSEPH 4L B S
Interim Teacher. P K Sorige Laboralor) School 11969-1969.1.
ROBINSON. WILLIAM RONALD. Ph D IOhio State Unieisrii
Associate Proiessor of English 1967.196";.
ROCHFORD IOHN PATRICK B A
Interim Assstant Librarian Special Collections 17969-79691
RODEHEA\ ER. I NET LITTLE M Ed
Assistant Professor or Medical Technology 11961- 19671.
RODGERS EIRL GILBERT Ph D Ilowa Stale Universityl
Proiesior f Agronomi IFAS 1946.19591
ROESCH. CHARLES B i D iCornell Uni ersilal
Clncal Assisiant Proressor in Surger) IHEP-- 196919691
ROESSLER CHARLES E Ph D IUnisersit oi Floridai
Assistant Prolesso, of Radiation Biophvsrcs 11967-196'1.
ROGERS ANDREW I. Ph D ILin,\eisrln of Marlandi
Professor lEnromologstli. IfAS 1 197-. 1971l
ROGERS CLARENCE I. M Ag
Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering. IFAS
11953 1967.-
ROGERS 1AMES SAMUEL Ph D iLnisersity of Illinoisi
Agricultural Engineer USDA IFAS 1968-1968,.
ROLAND DAVID ALLEN. SR Ph D IUnn~ersil of Georgia
.Assistadn Professor I Assistant Poulrrs Scientisrl IfAS
i 19"l 199"01
ROLF LESTER I R Ph D ITexas A&M Lin.ersits i
Instructor in Pharmacolog 1i 7969-19;71
ROLLINS RALEIGH. MI D IMedical College ol Georgiaa
Resident in Surgers 119'01
ROOKS E\ELaN ANN. M H E
Assistant Professor Extension Human Deselopment
Specialist IF SaS 1969-79691
ROOKS JOHN M D
Resident in Surgerv
ROOSENRA4D. ION A MN 4
Instructor in lournalsm and Communications 1968- 19681.
ROPICKI. JAMES STEVEN B 4

42


Computer Operations Manager (1966-19661.
ROSCELLI WILLIAM JOHN Ph.D. (Ohio State University
Associate Professor of English 17966-19681.
ROSE, GILLIS NORMAN B.S. (Murray Stale College. Kentuckyl
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Economistl
IES S1943-1945).
ROSEN IRA G Ph.D IPolytechnic Institute ol Brooklyn)
Assistant Professor of Immunology and Medical Micro-
biology i1967-79671.
ROSENBAUM WALTER A. Ph.D. Princeton University)
Associate Professor of Political Science (1962-1963).
ROSENBERGER STANLEI EUGENE. Ph.D lUniversiy of Floridai
Professor (Marketing Specralist in Vegetable Crops). IFAS
(1947.79651 I
ROSENBLOOM. ARLAN L M.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor of Pedratrcs (1968-1968).
ROSENSHEIN. JOSEPH STANLEY, Ph.D (Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
Assistant Professor of Physics (1966- 1966).
ROSIER. NELSON EUGENE. M.S.E
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1955-1966).
ROSS CLAUDIUS ALLEN Ph.D University of Florida)
Interim Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering
11969-19691
ROSS, JAMES E. Ph.D (Universily ol Illinois)
Assistant Director for Technical Assistant in International
Programs in Agriculture IFAS11966-19,701.
ROSS IOHN J. M D IHarvard University)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics 11965-1969)
ROSS, MICHAEL H. Ph D INew, York Universilyl
Professor of Pathology I 1971-79771.
ROTH ROBERTA M D ICase-Weslern Reserve University)
Res-dent in Surgery 119701.
ROTHMAN, HOWARD BARRY M A.
Research Instructor of Speech (1969-19691.
ROTHWELL DONALD FREDERICK. Ph D. IPurdue University)
Professor I Soil Microbiologistl. IFAS 11948-19711.
ROUSE. ALVIN HAMILTON M S
Professor iChemisti IFAS Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred11949-79581.
ROW ANDREW WILLIAM M.A
Instructor in Alathemarics (1958-19581.
ROWE BOBBV LOUISE. M.A
Interim Instructor of Education 11969-19691.
ROWE. CHARLES E M.D tUniversily of Virginia)
Resident in Surgers (19701
ROY. IOANN RUTH BA
Interim Teacher, P. K Yonge Laboratory School. 11969-1969).
ROY. ROBERT, M D
Resident in Surgery
RUBIN. MELVIN L i D tUniversity ot Caliiornial
Professor of Ophthalmology 17963-196').
RUBIN, PETER E M D IUniersity of Rochester)
Instructor of Medicine (1967- 1970,
RUELKE OTTO CHARLES Ph.D. IUniersity ot Wisconsinl
Professor Agronomist). IFAS (7955-7969).
RUFFIN. WILLIAN CAIN, JR., M D IUniversity of North
Carolinai
Professor of Psychiarry 11959-19681.
RUMMEL. RAIMOND ALFRED, B S
Assistant Professor of Metallurgical and Materrals Engineering
11959-19671.
RUSHTON FRANCIS EDWARDS, M.D. tUniversity of VirgtniaJ
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (7969-1970).
RUTAN, FRED MURRAI. M.S.
Associate Professor ol Physical Therapy 11961-1968).
RUTH, BIRON EDWARD, Ph.D (West Virginia University)
Associate Professor of Civil Engrneering (1970-19701.
RYAN. MAR\ PATRICIA, M.A
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1969-1969.1.
RNSLHKEWITSCH GEORGE EUGENE. Ph.D. (Ohio Stale
Universilyi
Professor of Chemistry 1956-19651.
SABATELLA, JOSEPH J, M. F A.
Assistant Dean of the College oi Architecture and Fine Arts
and Associate Professor of Architecture (1959-19671.





STAFF AND FACUI TY


SABIN, IOHN ROGERS, Ph.D. IUnisersity of News Hampshirel
Visiting Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biophysics
11970-79711.
SABOM. MICHAEL B., Mt D (University of Texas;
Interim in Medicine 1970-19701
SACIUK. BOHDAN. Ph.D. IUniiersilr of Illinoisi
Assistant Professor oi Spanish and Portuguese and Linguistics
11969-19691
SADLER, FRANK 0 M.Ed
Instructor in English 1966-7970'
SADLER, SAMUEL COULD. Ed D. (University ot Floridal
Associate Professor of Maahemartcs 1 1954-19541.
SAFFOS ROSILIES. i D IUniversil ol Floridal
Chief Resident in Pathologp 1196819711 "
SAGA, SEGUNDINA A.. M D tUniversily of Cincinnali
Resident in Anesthestolog 19701970 19'.
SALAMON. GERALD L.. Ph.D IOh.o Slate Universily;
Assistant Professor of Accounting 11977-19711
SALIS. PATRICIA I.. B.A.
Research Assistant 11968-19681.
SAMUEL. IOHN ALTON. M.S.E.
Associare Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1954-796"1
SANCHEZ-ZALAZAR ANIBAI A M D iSan Marcos LIni\srsilt;
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 1969.19691.'
SAND. WALTER I Ph.D. tUnisersily ol NMarvlandl
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychologs. A' 1968-19 o8i
SANDEFUR WAYNE THOMAS. H.S D. University of Indianal
Professor. Professional Physical Education. 1 953-19631
SANDER. EUGENE GEORGE, Ph.D. ICornell Unisersitll
Associate Professor in Biochemistry 1967-1970)
SANDERS SANDr k M.D ;Universiql ot Floridal
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics t 1965-19681
SANDERS. W EUGENE M D iCornell Universilti
Associate Professor of Medicine 11969; and of Immunologs
and Medical Microbiology (7964-19'01.
SANDERS, WILLIE, B.5 E IUnisersitv of Floridai
Instructor of Pathologs and Occupational Therap$ i 1968-19701
SANDERSON, JOHN ALLEN. M.U.P
Assisranl Professor of architecture 1969-19691
SASHOFF, STEPHEN PENCHEFF, M.S.
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1 1932-19461
SATZ, PAUL, Ph.D IUniversily ol Kenluckyl
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology 11964- 1Q67j
SAUNDERS. JOHN VAN DNKE, Ph.D IUnitersil or Floridai
Professor of Socrologs 11961-19671.'
SAUNDERS. JULIA VISSOTTO, M.A
Interim Assistant Librarian. Catalog 1969-19691.
SAVORr, IOHN. Ph.D. IUniversitl of Durham. England;
Associate Professor of Parhologj ( 1966-19'0o.
SAW JOHN GREENVILLE Ph D iUniersilS of Londoni
Professor of Statistics 11965-19691
SAWADA TATSURO. Ph D IUniversity of Calilornia Los
Angelesi
Visiting Associate Research Professor of Physics and
Mathematics. and Interim Assistant Professor of Mathematics
11965-19701."
SAWI ER, EARL MORROW. Ph.D. lUnversily of Florida)
Associate Professor of Physics 11947- 79681
SAWYER. HERBERT A. R. E C.E
Professor of Civil Engineering 1962-19621.
SAXENA. GOPAL KRISNA Ph.D lUnisersity of Floridal
Instructor and Interim Assistant in Sods, IFAS 11968-19711
SAXON. JOHN P.. Ph.D iUnisersit of Georgial
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling 1971-19711.
SAXON, STEPHEN APPOLLOS, Ph.D. (Florida Stale Universitl
Assistant Professor of Mathematics ( 1969-19691.
SCALES. ROY W., Ph.D. rUniversily of Mississippi;
Postdoctoral Fellov in Immunologs and Medical
Microbiology 17970-19701
SCHAEPER, HERBERT ROBERT ANTON, Ph.D (University of
Floridal
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1969-19701
SCHAFER. MICHAEL IRWIN, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Assrstant Professor of Education 11969-19691
SCHAFER, WALTER L., M.D. &Ohio State Unimersityl
Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics 1969-1969).


SCHAFFER GERALD. B S B 4
Assistant to the Vice President for Administraire Affairs
11971-19771
SCHAFFTER, MARGARET V B S E.D ;Universitr of Floridai
Instructor. Computing Center.
SCHANK STANLEY COX. Ph.D. IUnisersit or Cal.Iorniai
Associate Professor Associate Agronomist IfA 11967-19661.
SCHARNWEBER. RONALD L M A
Assistant Area Director. Division of Housing 11969- 19771
SCHAUB. JAMES HAMILTON Ph D OPurdue Unnersit ,
Professor of Cil Engineering and Chairman or the
Department 17969 19691
SCHAUBLE PAUL G Ph.D iMichigan Slate LUnersity
Counseling Psychologist Unisersit Counseling Center
S1970-79701.
SCHEAFFER RICHARD LEWIS PhD iFlorida State Unniersir
Assistant Professor of Statistics 1196' 196'7
SCHEFFER. GEORGE. NM.A ARCH
Assistant Professor or Archtecture 11969-19 71
SCHENCK NORMAN CARL Ph D iLUnieisiit o0 Illinoisl
Professor (Plant Pathologist) IFAS 11956-79681
SCHIEBEL LEONARD .ILLIAM Iohns Hopkins ULnisersil\i
Associate in Pharmacology and Therapeutrcs 196. 19691
SCHETTINI ALFONSO. M.D iUniversity or Naples;
Assslant Professor of Anesthesiologvy 7Qbt8 19691.
SCHIEBLER GEROLD LUDVIG. M D IHarsard Medical School
Professor and Chairman of Pediatrics 1 1960-19661
SCHIENEMAN BRUCE 0 M D IOhio Stale Univeriltl
Resident in Medicine 1968-19681
SCHIFFLI RICHARD I B S B
LUniersits Business Manager 11966 197"1
SCHIMPFF ROBERT D M D IUnei5,t, o) Floridai
Research Instructor in Pathology 19'0)
SCHIMELING, GARETH L Ph D IUnivers.lt of Wisconsini
Associate Protessor or Classical Languages 19"0. 19"01
SCHMERTMANN JOHN HENRY. PH.D iNorlhi&esern
Universitsi
Professor or Civil Engineering 1965-1965 "
SCHMID GERHARD MARTIN Ph.D ilnnsbruck Unnersilsi
Associate Professor of Chemistry 1964.19'0i
SCHMIDT MIRLIN, Ph D iUnivers. of Ionai
Assistant Professor or Education 1968-19681.
SCHMIDT ROBERT .LLEN Ph D iPennsv ,ania Stale Lniversi l
Assistant Professor I Assistant Forester' Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences 1196- 196'i.
SCHNARE. PAUL S Ph.D iTulane Linierstlil
Assistanr Prolessor of Mathematics I 196'. 196"l.
SCHNEIDER ELA MIRIA. MA
visitingg Instructor of German 7 1968- 19681
SCHNEIDER JON R kM 4
Interim Instructor in journalism and Communications
11971.1 97 11

SCHNEIDER. NATHAN I Ph D IUni\ersitl ol Pillsburghi
Assistant Professor of Bacteriologvy 1954 1954'
SCHNEIDER, RICHARD THEODOR Dr. rer nal. ;Technical
Unineisitr Stutlgarl Germans
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences 11965. 19681
SCHNEIDER. WILLIAM JAMES. Mi D i.anderbill Uniersity
Resident in Surgery 19701.
SCHNELLE, KURTHANS M D IUniversit ol unichi
Sisiting Research Associate College of Pharmacy 11969-7969;
SCHOENAU RONALD HELMUTH B.S
Data Processing Director 11962 19691.
SCHOENFELD, ELIZABETH ARENE M.D IUniersir of Floridal
Resident in Obstetrics and CGnecologs (1969 19691.
SCHOESSOM%. GLEN IOHN, M S M.E.
Professor of Nuclear Engineering 1 1958- 1958;
SCHOLES ROBERT IAMES Ph.D IUnivnersii ol Indianal
Associate Professor of Speech and Lingustics i 1966-19'01.'
SCHRADER HANS WILLIAM. M S
Associate in Physics 1 1945-19771
SCHRECKENGOST, JACK F M S IBucknell Universitl
Graduate Research Associate. IfAS 179"'- 19771.
SCHULKIND MARTIN LEWIS M D. tUninersilt of Chicagol
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics r 1965- 19681


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STAFF AND FACULTY


SCHULMAN STEPHEN GREGORY. Ph.D (Uniersilt of Arizonal
Issislant Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistr) (1970-1970)
SCHULZE, DAVID L Ph D Ilossa Slate Universityl
Assistant Professor of Economics i 1970- 19701
SCHLUMACKER AUDREY SIMS. Ph D (Western Reserve
Unisersill I
Professor Psychology 11958 19581
SCHUMACHER, HENRY C M D Ijohns Hopkins Uniersisty
Clinical Associate in Ps)chiatry (1966-1966)
SCHWAB JOHN J M D IUni.ersity of Louisville)
Professor of Psychiatry 11959-19671
SCHWARTZ. FRANK LEROY Ph D IUniversity of Michigani
Professor of Mechanical Engineering 17962-1962).
SCHWARTZ GARY GENE MA
Area Director. Dlrsiion of Housing 11971-19711
SCHWARTZ MICHAEL, Ph D IUniversity of Floridal
Assistant Agricultural Economist. IFAS (1971- 19711
SCHWARTZ. MICHAEL R M.H.A
Associate Director. Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics.
Assistant Professor of Health and Hospital Administration
11966- 1681.
SCH% ARZ, GEORGE C MD IDuke Univers.liV
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Assistant Professor of
Psychratrs (1969-19691
SCHWE ER. HERBERT ENGLISH. Ph D iColumbia University
Professor of Chemical Engineering 1946-19501.
SCIADINI, FRANK M A
Assistant Professor of Comprehensve Logic. Adurser
(1960-19651
SCOrT ANNA DEANE. M Ed
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy 1967- 19671
SCOTT CHARLES. M.D IUnsersily of North Carolinal
Residern in Pediatrics 11970-19 01
SCOTT DAVID F IR A B A
Interim Instructor of finance 11968-1968'
SCOTT KATHERINE NASFA4 Ph D IUn.sersri
ol Floridai
Assistant Research Professor in Radiolog$i" 1968-19'll
SCOTT. MALCOLM FRASER. B A
Assirani Director of Admissions 11962. 1962'
SCOTT MARY M S
Instructor of Mathematics i 1971-19771
SCOTT ROBERT TAYLOR. Ph D IDuke Universiryl
Assistant Professor or Religion and Coordinator of
Religious Actih ties i 197'- 19771
SCOTT THOIMAS A. Ph.D IHarvard Unneisity;
Acting Chairman and Professor of Physics 11958- 1971)
SCOTT THOMAS E IR, M D (Uniserslly of Tennesseei
\ siting lecturer in Neuroanalomyv 1958- 19581
SCOTT THOMAS MCDONALD. M A E
Assistant Professor of Ph\ sical Education i 1949-19521
SCRAFFORD. RALPH 1. Ed.D (Pennsvlvania Slare Universi~ly
Associate Professor of Education 17957-195 7 "
SCROGGIE. ANN MCKISSICK M S
Interim Instructor of Education 11967-19681.
SCROGGIE EVERETT IR M A
Assistant Professor ol Communicatse Disorders
1l966-19681
SCRUGGS, WILLIAM MARTIN IR.. M Ed
Coordinator of Special Programs. Disision of Continuing
Education 11968-1968;
SCUDDER DELTON LEWIS. Ph D Irale Universilyv
Professor of Religion and Chairman of Department
S1946-1 9461
SCUDDER. WALTER TREDWELL, Ph.D. (Cornell Universii
Professor tHorticulturisti IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Sanford (1955-1968;
SEABERG. LILLIAN MARIE M A
Associate Librarian Reference and Bibliography (1949-19701.
SEASHORE. IOHN H m D IYale Unisersityl
Instructor in Surgers i 190- .190O
SEASHORE M\.RGRETTA MiD IYaleUniver.siyl
Clinical Assistant Proressor of Pediatrics I 1970-19701.
SE4'i NIAR\ E h D IlUnisers.I of Floridai
Resident ,n Pediarrti ( 1968-19691
SEGED'i. HARRY I B A


Assistant Curator, Florida Stale Museum (1965-1965).
SELF. MORRIS WALDT, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Cla Engineering 11966-1966).
SELFRIDGE, RALPH C Ph.D fUniversity of Oregoni
Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Computing
Center (1961-19661
SENTERFITT, VERNON, M S.
Assistant an Immunology and Medical Microbiology
(1968-19681.
SETTLE ROBERT, B, Ph.D. iUnversily of California at
Los Angeles)
Assistant Professor of Marketing (1970-19701
SEVERY LAWRENCE I.. Ph D (Uniiersity of Colorado)
Assistant Professor 11971-1972)
SEWELL, JERRY H. B.S (University of Georgial
Research Assistant in Ophthalmology (1969-1969).
SEYMOUR. CARTER PURNELL. M.S
Associate Plant Pathologist. DOn. of Plant Industry
11968-1968).
SHAARA. RICHARD BENSON, MA D. (University of Texas)
University Physician 1969-19691.
SHAFFER, CHARLES VERNON, Ph.D (Stanford University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering 11946-19661.
SHAGORY, GEORGE E M.B A IWharton School of Finance)
Graduate Research Associate. Academic Affairs (1969-1969).
SHAH. DINESH O, Ph D IColumbia University)
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Assistant
Professor of Anesrhesiolog) (19'0-1970).
HANDS. JOSEPH W JR.. M.D. IDuke Universily1
Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
1961-19701
SHANNON, GARY WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor of Geography (1977-19711.

SHANOR. LELAND, Ph.D (Universit of North Carolina].
D.Sc Illinois Wesle an Uniserslty)
Professor and Chairman, Department of Botany, Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences i 1965-1965J.
SHAPIRO, WILLIAM JAMES. M D. iMedical College of
Georgiaj
Resident in Surger) 19701
SHARON. CINDY, BA
Counselor- Teacher Division of Housing 11971-1971).
SHARP. BERT LAVON, Ed E IUniersity of Florida)
Dean. College of Education, and Professor of Education
11956-19681.
SHARPE, MILES HERVEY Ph.D IPennsylvania Slate Universilyl
Editor and Chairman of Editorial Department. Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences 11955-1961).
SHARPE. RALPH HAROLD. M.S.
Professor IHorticulturisi IFAS. 11948-1960;
SHAW LAWRENCE NEIL, Ph.D. (Ohio Slate)
Assistant Professor (Asst Agricultural Engineer) IFAS
(1969-19691
SHAW. LELAND GEORGE. i Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture 11964-1967).
SHAW. LYNN F Ph.D ICambridge University)
Assistant Professor of Pathology 11968-19691.
SHAW. M4R IN EvERT Ph.D. University of Wisconsin)
Professor of Psychology (1959-1962).
SHAW. SUZANNE JANE, h.A
Assistant Librarian, Catalog 1967-1967).
SHEA IOSEPH JAMES, Ph.D. IUniversily of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Education (1967-1967)
SHECKLES. MARY ELMVRA, Ed.D rColumbia Universityl
Associate Professor ot Education (1958-1964) *
SHEEHAN. THOMAS JOHN, Ph D. ICornell Universilyl
Professor IOrnamenlal Horticullurisil, IFAS (1954-1967).
SHEMDIN OMAR H Ph.D (Stanford Unisersity;
Associate Professor of Coastal and Oceanography
Engineering 1 1967-1969.1.
SHENKMAN. FREDERICk ALAN, Ed.D. University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1969-1971).
SHEPARD. BUFORD MERLE, Ph D ITexas A&MI
Assistant Entomologist. IFAS, Agricultural Research &
Education Center. Sanlord (1971-1971t





STAFF AND FACULTY


SHEPHERD, ISAAC BARNETT, M.A
Visiting Instructor of Art 11970-1970)
SHEPHERD, RAYMOND T., Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Postdoctoral Fellow of Mathematics (1971-1971)
SHEPPARD, DONALD MAX. Ph D. Arizona Slalel
Assistant Professor of Engineering. Science and Mechanics
(1968-7968)
SHERMAN ROBERT RAYMOND, Ed.D IRulgers Lnisersilty
Assistant Professor of Education (1967-19671.
SHERMAN. STEPHEN L., M.A
Interim Instructor in English 11970. 1970).
SHERMAN. WAYNE BUSH Ph.D IPurdue Universilyl
Asst. Professor (Asst. Horticulturistr IFAS 1966-19661.
SHEROUSE. RAY TRUMAN
Assistant Professor iAssestant Meteorologistl, IFAS. NI S,
Agricultural Research Center, Lakeland (1935-1 9351.

SHERRARD. MAURICE G. B P A
Medical Art-Illustrator 11966-19671
SHERRARD, ROBERT G., B S
Civil Defense Coordinator 1962-1962).
SHEVACH, ALLEN B., M.D IState Unisersil of New Yorki
Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 11969- 19691.
SHIELDS. DOROTHY ANN, M Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 11962-1962;
SHIELDS. MURRAY WILLIAM, Ph.D IUnnersi l of Washingtoni
Professor of Economics 11946-19491
SHIPPEN E RODMAN, M.D IHahnemann Medical Collegei
Clinical Associate in Psychiarry 11962-1962)
SHIRLEY, RAM LOUIS Ph.D Mlichigan Stalel
Professor of Animal Science (Animal Nutritionistl IFAS
11949-19571 *
SHOEMAKER. MADELYN OWEN. M.Ed
Instructor. P K. Vonge Laboratory School 1966-19701.
SHOEMYEN, MARGARET CLARE M.A
Instructor of Occupational Therapy: Chief Occupational
Therapist (1964-1966J.
SHOFI. IOHN D.. I D lUniversily of Floridat
Assistant Law Librarian (1969- 1969).
SHOLTES, ROBERT STEPHEN. Ph.D. lUn.versilI of Floridal
Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering 11964-1964).
SHORT, DONALD EUGENE, Ph D tUniversity of Nebraska)
Assistant Professor 'Assisrant Enromologist) IFAS (1970-1970).
SHOUP, JAMES CURTIS. M S.
Assistant in Pediatric Pharmacolog)
SHOWALTER, ROBERT KENNETH M S.
Professor of Food Science and Horticulturst, Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences (1945-1956).
SHULER, AUDIE IRWIN. B A
Director Security Service 11962-19621.
SHULMAN. STANFORD T.. M.D. (University of Chicagoi
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrcs 119 70-1970.1
SHULT ERNEST EDWARD. Ph D. Universily of Illinois)
Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
SHUMAKER jAMES R Ph.D tUniversity of Minnesotaj
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist), IFAS, Agricultural
Research Center, Hastings (1967-19671
SHUSTER, JONATHAN JACOB. Ph.D IMcGill Uniersity)
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1969-19691.
SIEG, KAY W. M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1977-1977)
SIEG, PETER K., B.S.
Assistant Editor. Health Center Relations ( 1965-1965).
SIEGEL. ALLAN GARY, M.L.S.
assistantt Librarian. Acquisitions (1971-19711.
SIEGEL. BETTY LENTZ Ph D. (Florida Stale Universityl
Associate Professor of Education (1967-1970).
SIEGEL, JOEL HERBERT. M.A.
Assistant Professor in English and Linguistics (1967-19701.
SIERAKOWSKI. ROBERT L.. Dr. Eng. (Yale Universilyl
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
11967-19681.
SIGMON. KERMIT N., Ph D IUniversity of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1966-1966).
SILHACEK. DONALD L.. Ph.D (University of Wisconsinl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist), IFAS (7970-19701.


SILK, ERNEST SAMUEL, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Phy sical Sciences- AdLrser 7 1957. 195"p
SILVERMAN, DAVID N., Ph D IColumbia Univers;rli
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology i 9"I-19711
SILVERMAN, IRWIN Ph.D lUnnser4il of Rocheiseri
Professor of Psychology 11968-19701
SIMANTON. WILLIAM ALDRICH Ph D lowa Slate University
Professor iEntomologrsrt. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred 1950-1 95"s
SIMMONS. LYNDA L., NM Ed IUniersilt oi Floridai
Interim Teacher. P K Yonge Laborators School 11968-19681

SIMMONS ROBERT E M.A
Associate Professor of journalism and Communications
11969-7969..
SIMONS. CHARLES FLOYD D %M ICornell Uniersilyl, Ph D
LUnisersity of Minnesolal
Professor (Pathologist) and Acting Chairman, IF(S leterinars
Science Department. Agricultural Experiment Station
(1948.197P
SIMPSON. CHARLES FLOYD D \ M. ICornell Unilers.ry Ph.D
IUniversllt of Minnesotac
Professor (Parhologisrl and Acting Chairman IFAS. Veterinary
Sci Department. Agric Exper Statron i1948 19 7'1
SIMS, GEORGE RUDD. M B A
Assistant Prolessor .l Marketing and iAsistant Dean
College of Business Adm,r,,straton i 719. 1964,'
SINGLETON GEORGE T M D IBalor Un nersilt
Professor of Surgery and Chief of the DIsion or
Otolaryngologs Chief oi SIalf Shand. Teaching Hospital
and Clinics 11961 19681

SINGLE IOHN EDL ARD Ph D Lnirersir, or Florida'
Professor of h\ater Chemistrv Departmenr of Environmental
Engineering (1967- 19"0
SISLER HARRY HALL Ph.D iUniersI\t o0 Illino.si
ExeculE e l ice President and Professor of Chemisry
1956-19 01
SITES IOHN WILBUR Ph D IOhio Stale University i
Professor iHorticulturfsti and Dean for Research IF5S
(1942-196'J
SIVAZLIAN. BOGHOS D. Ph D iCase Institute of Technology
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
11966-19681.
SKELLEY, ROBERT CHARLES M F
Associate Professor or Art 1962- 1970.
SKIDMORE, MAX S, Ed D. Uniseisifs ol Florida)
Assistant Professor and Assistanr Director. P K Yonge
(1977-19711
SKINNER. RICHARD G. Ir.. Mi D Emory Unisersis I
Clinical Associate Prolessor ilHEP; in Pediatrics i 1968-19681.
SKINNER, THOMAS COBB, M Ag.
Professor IAgricultural Engineer) IFAS 11947- 19641
SKORA. IRENE A M.D IMedical Academy or lagiellonski
University
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 11969-19691
SLATER JOHN CLARKE Ph.D .Harvard Unmsersil i
Graduate Research Professor of Phvsic, and Chemistr)
(1964-19641
SLATER ROSE C L MOONEY Ph D Unitersil of Chicagol
Sisitrng Professor of Chemistry 1 1964-19641.
SLATON, ROBERT C M.D. IUniver.;ly of Florldal
Inlern. Medicine
SLAUGHTER. JOHN EIDELL, M A
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences 1959-19641
SLOTTERBECK OBERTA ANN. Ph.D IUniversily of Texasi
Assistant Professor of Marhematics i 1969-19-01
SMALL, KENNETH FREDERICK
Director Radio Station RUF i'1956- 7956
SMALL. PARKER ADAMS. Jr.. M D (Universily of Cincinnalls
Professor and Chairman of Immunologs and Medical
Microbiology 11966-19661.
SMALL, TERENCE SAMUEL M A Mus Ed
Associate Professor of Music 11964-1970)
SMALLWOOD, EILEEN M
Admissions Officer 11951-196')
SMALLWOOD, MARK HARRISON M S.E.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 1 1958-79651 "






STAFF AND FACULTY


SMART GROVER C IR Unnrers.i aol Wisconsini
Associate Professor iAssociate Nematologist) IFAS 11964-19671
SMERDON ERNEST THOMAS Ph.D. iUnnersity of Missouril
Professor (Agricultural Engineer and Chairman, Department
of Agricultural Engineering. IFAS 1968-1968).
SMITH ALBERT B Ph D lUniersity ot North Carolinai
Associate Professor of Romance Languages (1963-19701
SMITH ALBERT BARNES III Ph D (Univeisit ot Michigani
Assistant Professor of Education 1 1970-19'0)i
SMITH ALEXANDER COUDI Ph.D. IDuke Uninersilty
Professor of Physics and Astronomy Act.ng Dean of the
Graduate School 11948-19711
SMITH ALLEN N MA
Assistant Professor o( journalism and Communications
(1970179'01
SMITH ANN Ml MN S \ IWestern Reserse University
isissrant Professor of Social lork iPsychiatr) I '1967- 19691
SMITH 4NN P MN
Assistant Professor College of Nursing i 1967- 9691.
SMITH BRN AN CHARLES Ed D lUn.iersity ot Oregoni
Associate Professor of Health Education 11969-1969,
SMITH CARROLL N Ph D IGeorge Washington University)
Professor ot Entomology and Director USDA Insect
rttraciants Beha ior and Basic Biology Research
Laboralors i 1963-1961i.

SMITH CECIL NUCKOLS Ph D iUniersil) of Californiai
Professor I Agricultural Economistl IFAS (1952-1963
SMITH CURRAN I M D IUniversily of Missourii
Resident in Surgery i 19701
SMITH DA% ID i Ph D IUnisersilt or Noltingham England)
Assocale Professor of Geograph)-i 1970-.19701
SMITH DALID THORNTON LL B. 18osion Unisersily
Professor of La% i 1968-19691.
SMITH DONALD L M D Jelverson Medical Collegei
Resident in Ophthalmolog) I 196- 196'1
SMITH DOROTHI MARy MN Ed
Professor College or Nursing 1956 1956'
SMITH EDWARD FRANK E
Associate Proressor of Electrical Engineering 11928-193''I
SMITH EMMETT DAN M A
Assistant Professor of Accounting 17970- 19"'0
SMITH. FRANCES SHAVER Ai A
Assocae Librarian Catalog 1 196'- 19"'0
SMITH GRAHAMP SHANNON Ph D iUn%,ersity of Floridai
Assistant Prolessor i Assistant Ornamental Horriculturist,
IFAS 1 1971 19711
SMITH, HARRISON BALLARD. Ph.D University of Floridai
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering GENESYS -
I'est Palm Beach 7 1968-1969'
SMITH HERRICK HA\NER M S. L A
Professor of Landscape Architecture 11966-7971 I
SMITH 4ACK REGINALD Ph D IUnnersitl at Southern
Caliorniar
Professor at Electrical Engineering I 196-1 19701
SMITH I MES HUNN Ni 5 AM E.
Assirant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 11947- 19521.
SMITH 10 N NE M A
Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
17959-19681I
SMITH KENNETH L.. Ph D IUninersilt of Missouri
Associate Professor (Associare Microbiologist) IFAS.
S1960 19661
SMITH LEONARDO. MD iUni\ersity of Floridal
Resident in Surgery 17970)
SMITH, PAUL H Ph D IUniversit ol Californial
Chairman and Professor. Microbiology. College of Arts and
Sciences. Bacteriologist., IFAS (i959. 1969i
SMITH QUENTIN M JR DDS iUniversity of Tennesseei
MN.P H lUni ersilv o Michigani
Professor and Chairman of Community Dentistry and
Professor of Medicine. College of Medicine 11969-1969;.
SMITH RALPH LESLIE M S
Associate Professor i.Associate Agronomisti. IFAS
Agricultural Research Center las (1943-79431.
SMITH RAYMOND 0 M D lUniversil or Oklahoma'
Assiiran Professor of Surgery 179'1-1971l.


SMITH, REX LANEL. Ph.D Ilosa State Universityl
Assistant Professor ot Agronomy. IfAS 11968-1968).
SMITH, RICHARD CLARK Ph.D. (Duke University
Assistant Professor 1971-19711.
SMITH. RICHARD T., M.D (Tulane University)
Professor and Chairman of Pathology 1958-1967): Professor
of Pediatrics (7958-19581
SMITH ROBERTS COLES B.A
Assistant Professor Assistant Communications Specialist.
IFAS11961-19611
SMITH. T LYNN. Ph.D iUniersily ol Minnesotal
Graduate Research Professor of Sociology 11949-1959).
SMITH. WANNE H Ph D iMilssissippi Slate Universityl
Associate Professor of Forestry and Associate Forester.
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1964-19701.
SMITH, %WILLIAM HOWARD. P Ed.
Associate Professor Extension District Agent, IFAS (1958-1971)

SMITH. WILLIAM WARD. Ph.D iTulane Universityl
Associate Professor Associate Entomologist) IFAS 11957-1966).
SMITTLE BURRELL JOE, Ph.D IRutgers University
Professor of Entomology and Medical Enromologist, USDA
Enromology Research Laboratory 17965-19651.
SMUTZ MORTON, Ph D University ot Wisconsin)
Professor of Chemical Engineering: Associate Dean for
Research. College of Engineering. Associate Director.
Engineering and industrial Experiment Slation (1969-1969).
SMYLIE. ROBERT FRANK Th AM
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences 17964- 967 "
SNEDAkER SAMUEL C Ph D (University of Floridal
Postdoctoral Associate in Center tor Aquatic Sciences.
Research Assistant Professor of Entironmental Engineering
1 968 19701
SNIDER MARTHA I MD
Assistant Professor College of Nursing 11965-1970).'
SNOWDEN MICHAEL STARKE B S
Associate in Astronomy 11969-19701.
SNYDER GEORGE H. Ph D IOhio Stale Uniersity I
Assistant Protessor i Assistant Soils Chemistl, IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Belle Glade
S1967-1967)
SNYDER GEORGE H.. Ph D IOhio Stale Unnersity)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soils Chemisti, IFAS,
Everglades Experiment Station 11967-1967.
SNVDER, GREGORY K Ph D University ot Calilomia at Los
Angelesl
Research Fello,, in Medicine (1970-1970).
SNYDER. HAROLD E M D. iVanderbill Universily)
Clinical Instructor of Surgeryt 1969-1969).
SOAR ROBERT STEPHEN. Ph.D. (University of Minnesotal
Professor of Education (1966-1966).
SOBEL. ROBERT E.. Ph D IGeorge Washington University)
Postdoctoral Fellows in Pathology (1969-1969.1.
SOLIS MANUEL MAURICO, M 5
Assistant Professor of Architecture 1969-1969).
SOMMERMILLE, C IOHN. Ph D (University of losa)
Assistant Professor of History (1971-797711.
SONNTAG, ARCH C, Ph D lUniversily of Utahl
Associate in Pharmacology (1968- 19681
SONODA RONALD MASAHIRO. Ph D IUninersaty of
Calitorniai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologistl, IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, Fr. Pierce (1969-1970).
SOULE. JAMES, Ph D IUnnersrit of Floridai
Professor of Fruit Crops Horlculturist,) IFAS 17956-19671.
sPANGLER. BYRON DECENT, M.S.E.
Professor of Civil Engineering 1949-19711.
SPANIER JOHN WINSTON. Ph.D. IYale University
Professor of Political Science (7957-1967..
SPANIER. SUZANNE S.. M D IUniersity of Floridal
Resident in Pathology 1969-19711.
SPARKS, LINDA FRANCES. M.S in L.S.
Associate Librarian, Education Library (1961-1970).
SPEARS. LUDIWILLEY. M.S
Associate Librarian. Assistant Professor of Library Science
11966-7970).





STAFF AND FACULTY


SPENCER. DAVID S.. M H A.
Associate Director of Research and Deselopment. Shands
Teaching Hospital and Clinics and Assistant Professor,
Health and Hospital Administration. College of Healtrh
Related Professions (1970-19701.
SPENCER, GARY, Ph.D. IBoslon Universil)
Assistant Professor of Sociology in Psychiatry. Department
of Sociology. 11970-19701.
SPIEGEL, EUGENE H, DD S. University of Pennsylvania:
Assistant Professor of Dentistry, College of Dentistry
11967 19671.
SPINKS, DANIEL OWEN. Ph.D. iNorlh Carolina Stalel
Professor and Assistant Dean for Resident Instruction. IFAS
(1947-19691
SPIVEY. HERMAN EVERETTE Ph.D IUniversity of North
Carolinaj
Professor of English (1936-19717."
SPIVEY, JOHN C M.D (Universit of irginia:
Resident in Medicine 11967-19681
SPLINTER. NANCY FLEMING. M S.N
Instructor College of Nursing 1971. 19711
SPOONER, GEORGE R.. M.D. WUniversity of Floridal
Clinical Fellow in Medicine 1968-19681
SPRINGER. PHILIP K. M D. (Universilt of MilsissippiI
Resident in Psychiatry '1970 19701
SPURLOCK, ALVIN HAROLD. M S.A. IUniiersilt ol Flordai
Professor (Agricultural Economist) IFAS (1934-1963 1.
SQUILLACE, ANTHONY E Ph.D lUninersity ol Florida:
Professor (Fores er: USDA, IFAS. 11965-1965).
SRYGLEV. TED FILO M S.
Medical Librarian, Health Center Library 11966 19661.
ST JACQUES. ERNEST HOWARD Ph D IGeorge Peabody
College
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Protessor of
Social Sciences (1969).
ST. PETERS IULIAR M D tUniversity of Floridal
Resident in Pediatrics 11969-1970)
ST PETERN, LOUIS B.. IR., N D tUn.versily or Floridal
Fellow in Pediatrics (1969-19 '0i.
STAFFORD JOSEPH H Ph.D iPuidue Universityi
Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics and Director
of Physical Planning t 1971-19711
STAGE. JOHN T, Ni D IOhio Slate Unisersily:
Clinical Assistant Professor IIHEPi in Anesthesiology
11964-19681
STAHL, ROBERT j, M.A Ed
Teacher. P K.Yonge (1970-19701.
STAHMER. HAROLD t Ph D iCambridge LUniersiit~
Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and
Professor of Religion and Philosophy (1969-19691.
STAINSBY WENDELL N. Sc.D john Hopkins Universit'
Professor of Ph)siology 11957-1969.1.
STAKELY. JAMES OWEN, B S Arch
Associate Professor of Building Construction (1955-1955)
STALL, ROBERT EUGENE. Ph.D. IOhio State Universili
Professor of Plant Pathology. IFAS 11957.-19691.
STANDLEN. GERALD BRENT Ph.D IUniversi t of Buffalo
Professor of Comprehensive Logic and Phllosophs Adviser
11960-19681.
STANLEY, DENNIS KEITH, NM L E
Dean Emeritus of the College of Ph sical Education, Health.
and Recreation and Professor of Professional Physical
Education 11931-1969)."
STANLEY, HAROLD R. D.D.S. (Universily of Mar)landl. M.S
(Georgelownl
Professor and Chairman. Department of Oral Medicine,
College of Dentistry, and Professor. Department of Path.
ology. College of Medicine 1968 19701.
STANLEY PATRICIA, N S
Research Associate in Nueroscience 11968-19691
STANLEY, ROBERT GREENBLATT, Ph.D lUniversil) of Californial
Professor (Forest Ph) siologistl IFAS 1965-19651
STANLEY, ROBERT LEE Ir. Ph.D. lUnierslry of Georgial
Assistant Professor lAssistant Agronomistl IFAS. Agricultural
Research and Educational Center. Quincy 11968-19681.
STATLANDER, DAVID P.. Ph.D. tPennsylvania State Universall
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 11966-19661.


STATTEL FLORENCE M.. M A
Associate Professor ,n Occupational Therapy 11971-79711
STEARNS, THOMAS WESLEN. Ph.D [University of Minnesotal
Professor of Chemstry and Assistant Chairman of Department
of Chemistry 1946-1955S
STEIN. ABRAHAM Ph.D
Associate Professor of Biochemistrr

STEIN GERALD H i D University of Pennsy~lanial
Clinical Instructor of Medicine 1966719701.
STEIN JEANNE, A 4
Research Assistant in Pediatrics 1968 19681.
STEINMETZ EDWARD. Ni D IUnversitl ol Florida
Resident in Medicine 11970 1970)
STENSGAARD. WILLIAM H. M A
Assistant Director of Physical Plant i 1964-19641
STEPHENS. FON WOODROA it PH
Assistant Professor or Physical Education 1 952.19561
STEPHENS IAMES MORRIS h S A5
Assistant Professor i Assistant Vegetable Crops Specialist)
IFAS 11962.19621.
STEPHENS. RICHARD BADENOCH, LL B. IUnisersity or Michigan)
Professor ofLaa ( 1949-1954C
STEPHENSON FRED D A NM Universits or Chicagol
Instructor of Social \tork in Psychiatry 11969-19691
STEPHENSON. SAMh E IR M D IUnis.eril ot Landerbilli
Professor of Surgers and Chairman of the Department or
Surgery for lHEP 11968 19701
STERBA. RICHARD LUDWICK ANTON M A
Assistant Professor of Econom.cs 7 1956-19561
STERLING DOROTH ht R E
Instructor. P.K. longe Laboratory School 11967-19711."
STERRET. DELBERT ELLINGSMORTH. Ed D
Associate Professor of Music I 1948-19'0).
STEvENS BILLIE KNAPP, hi A
Professor of Professional Phys.cal Education 11936-19541
STEVENS CHARLES B M A Florida Stale Unisersily
Assistant in Medical Education Office of the Dean 11969 19691
STEWARD KERR' KALEN. Ph.D IUnisersii: ol Connecticull
Assistant Professor iAssistanr Plant Physiologisti, IFAS L.SDA,
Agricultural Research Center Ft Lauderdale 1196-1.96.'
STEWART C RICHARD MND iUnisers.Is ol Cincinnati
Resident in .nesthesrologs 1 19'0 1970,
STEWART ERNEST HAROLD M S iAuburn Unisersili
Associate Professor i Associate Soils Physicistl. IFS U5SDA
Agricultural Research Center Ft Pierce 11960-1960:
STEWART IVAN PhD IRutgersUnisersily:
Professor IBiochemist IF4S Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Allred 1951-19611
STEWART. K.C D IUniersilt of iosai
Resident in Surger i 19'01
STEWART, KIRBN MPH
athletic Director, P K. 'onge Laborator) School 11966-19661
STEWART RONALD BROR M S P
Assistant Professor of Pharmac 1199. 1970:
STEWART WILLIAM KIRBY M P H
Instructor. P K Vonge Laboratory School 11966-19711
STIEFEL. IOHN R M D IEmory Uniersill
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 196. 196.'
STILL. ROBERT H., JR Mi D. (ledica College o0 Georgia:
Clinical Instructor of Surgery 11969-1969 IIHEP
STOCKSTILL. ROY EDWARD. B S
Assistant Professor of Engineering Graphics 1955-195'.
STOKES CHARLOTTE FOWLER M A
Interim Instructor in English 1 1966-1966 "
STONE. CATHERINE MM S
Assistant in Pathology 11969-19771
STONE. LEO D, M BA
i visiting Professor of Real Estate I 1970-1970)
STONE. MELVIN. M D IOhio Stale Universltly
Intern in Medicine 1970-19701.
STONE. WILLtRD E.. Ph.D IUni ersils or Pennsylvanial
Professor of Accounting and Chairman of Department
of Accounting 19 1960960
STORER, MORRIS BREWSTER Ph D i arard Universili
Professor of Humanities and Philosoph t 1947-.1970).


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STORMER, JAY R M Ed.
Assistant Dean for Student Development (1965-79691.
STOUFER ROBERT CARL, Ph.D IOhio Stale University)
Associate Professor of Chemistry 11958-1967)
S tRACK. JAMES C.. M B 4
Assistant Professor of Health and Hospital Administration
71970-1970l
STRANBERG, lAMES OLILER Ph.D IUniversiit of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor .Assistant Plant Pathologisr., IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Sanford
,167- 19 67
STRALGHN ALTO ALFRED. Ph.D IUnisersiTv ot Wisconsini
Assistant Prolessor iDirector. Program Evaluation and
Organizational Deselopmenlt IFAS 1 965-1971;.
STRANER. JOHN ROBERT. M Ag.
Associate Professor Associate Entomologistl IF4 S 1965.19711
STREIFF RICHARD REINHART M D IBasel Swizerlandl
Assistant Professor or Medicine 1967-19671.
STRICKLAND. ALBERT CARSON M S
Associate Librarian IFAS I 1958-19691
STRICKLAND RAN KENNETH M S F. IUniserityl ot Georgiai
Interim Assistant in Genetics. Forestry. IFAS 1960-19771
STRIPLING ROBERT OLIN E D IColumbia Unnersi I
Professor of Education 1941-19581 "
STROBEL. IAMES WALTER. Ph D IWashingfon State Universilsi
Professor (Plant Pathologiali and Chairman. IFAS Ornamental
Horiculture.Agricultural Efperrment Startons 1 1959-1970.1
STROZIER 'IRGINIA RAGLAND M A
Assistant Prolessor College of Nursing i 1957-19581
STRTKER. PHILIP DALID Ph D INorhwesrern Uneisesil,
Professor of English Adiser i 194 '-19641 *
STUBBS GEORGE iM MAD IEmory Unisersiti
Clinical Instructor or Surger i IHEP1 (1969-19691.
STURCILL CLAUDE C Ph D iUnnersir ot Keniucky;
Associare Prorfesor or Hhislor 11969-19691
TULRROCK RUTH t.iAR) B S
Research 4ssocare in Anatomrcal Sc.ences 1968-19681
SL' STANLE' jeuh-.ei. Ph D IUnisersitl of1 V'isconsin
4ssistanr Proilesor o1 Spee.:h and Electrical Engneerng
,19-'U 19-0~
SUAREZ ANDRES D C L iLlnisersiy ol Haanai
Professor of Latin American Studies Hisrory. and Political
Science 1965 1965 .
SULCHMAN DA'IDI Ph D IOhio Stale Un.ersityi
Counseling Pischologisr UnLnersitr Counseling Center.
Assistant Professor of PsIcholog) 1 967- 19671
SULLIVAN ED\ARD THOMAS D F Duke Unisersilli
Associare Professor I Associate foresterl. IFAS 7 1959-1959,
SULLI. AN JOAN MARIE Nh N
Resident in Nursing I 1971-19.'Ii.
SLLLI\AN KATHLEEN C M Ed
Interim Instructor in English 1 1970- 1970,
SULLIVAN ROBERT LEE Ph.D iUniversity of Floridal
Interim Assistant Proressor of Electrical Engineering
71970.19 10
SULLI\ AN. WILLIAM I Ph D. Iyale University;
Assistant Proiessor or Russian and Linguiltics f1970-19701.
SUMMERS THOMAS ELIGENE. Ph.D iUnit.ersill ot lowa
.Associate Prolessor Associare Entomologisti USDA. IFAS
t 1966 1966i
SUMNER. HAROLD R 4LPH. M.S ;Uni.ersilv ol Kentuckyi
Assistanr Professor A;ss.sant Agricultural Engineer), IFAS.
USDA Agsrcultural Research and Educational Center, Lake
Allred I 190-179 70'
SUMNER WILBL'R C MID IMed.cal College or Georgiai
Clinical Assistant Prortesor ol Surgery-IHEP (1969-19691
SUMPTER CLYDE GENE Ph D IUnisersil of Kansasi
.Assstant Protessor of Speech 1970-19701.
SUNWVALL. JAMES RAyMOND Ph D IUnisersilv or lowal
Professor of Humanities Aduser 11957-197"11
SLTER EMANUEL h D IBaslei
Dean or the College ot Medicine and Professor of Im-
munologs and Medical AMicrobiology 17956-1965J.
SUTER MAX M D ITulane LUnisersity,
Clinical Associare Professor IkHEP) of Obsterrics and
Csnecologs 11968-19681


SUTHERLAND, ALAN DURYEA, Ph.D. IUniversny of Illinois)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1958-1965).
SUTTON. DAVID LEE, Ph.D. (Virginia Polylechnic Institutel
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist), IFAS Agricultural
Research Center, Ft. Lauderdale (1970-1970;
SUTTON. RICHARD LEE, Ph.D IUniversity of North Carolinal
Assistant Professor of Political Science 11968-1968).
SUVARNAKICH, KAVI. M.D. IBangkoki
Resident and Fellow in Child Psychiatry ('1969-19691.
SUZUKI, HOWARD K., Ph.D iTulane University I
Acting Dean and Professor of Neuroscience, College of
Health Related Professions 11970 1970).
SVARLIEN OSCAR. Ph D. IUniversity ol North Carolina)
Professor of Political Science 1946-1955#."
SWANSON. BERT E., Ph.D. IUnversit of Oregoni
Professor of Political Science 11971-19711.
SWENSON. EDWARD W.. M.D Universlly of Nebraska)
Associate Professor of Medicine 11964-19641
SWETT. MANETTE. M.A
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1953)
SWINFORD KENNETH ROBERT. Ph F Universily of Michigan)
Professor (Foresters IFAS 11937-19601.'
SZINAI. STEPHEN SLOMO. Ph D iHebrew University of
jerusalem,
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1971-19711.

TAKASHI SAKIMOTO. M D (Nagasaki Universit School of
Medicine
Instructor. Ophthalmology 1971-19'11
TALBERT JAMES L, M D IVanderbill Universityl
Professor of Pediatrics and Surgery i 1967- 1970
TEAMS, MADE PENTON, B.A in L S
Librarian. Reference and Bibliography 1 1958-79 70
TAPPAN WILLIAM BURGESS M S A.
Associate Professor IAssociare Entomologist), IfAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Quincy
S1955-1967).
TARIAN, ARMAN CHARLES, Ph D. lUniversity of Marylandt
Professor (Nematologist r IFAS. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. take Alfred (1955-1958i.'
TARRANT. DARRELL G, M D (University of Kenlucky)
Intern in Medicine (1970-79701.
TARRANT. PAUL Ph D. IDuke Universilty
Professor of Chemistry 11946-79571
TAYLOR. CAROLYN DICKINSON. A B.
Associate in Nursing and Associate Professor of Anthropology
11959-79671.
TAYLOR FRANK H.G
Associate Professor of Humanities 1964-19681
TAYLOR. C. DEKLE. M D. (University ol Michigan)
Clinical Professor in Surgery (7969-1969)
TAYLOR, GRACE WOODALL, J.D IUniversity of Floridal
Law Librarian 1956- 19631
TAYLOR. RONALD DEAN Ed.D. tUniversity of Coloradol
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling 1970-1970).
TAYLOR. SENETTA B.. M.A
Counseling Psychologist, Unrversity Counseling Center
(1970-19701.
TAYLOR. THOMAS LEE. M.D. ICornell Uni9ersitly
Assistant Professor of Radiology (1968-19681
TAYLOR. WILLIAM JAPE. M D. (Harvard Unn\ersitly
Professor of Medicine 1958-19641.
TAYLOR, WILLIAM MURRAN. JR D.V M. iOhio StaTe University)
M S. Assistant Professor (Assistant Microbiologisj, IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, Ft. Lauderdale 1'967-1967)
TEACHY. WILLIAM. M D Unisersily of Nonh Carolinal
Resident in Surgery(1968-19701.
TEAGUE, PERRYO, Ph D IUniversity of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor of Pathology 1968-1968).
TEAS. DONALD CLAUDE, Ph.D. (UniversIly of Floridaj
Professor of Speech and Psychology ( 1967-19711.
TEFERTILLER, KENNETH RAY, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor (Agricultural Economist.I and Chairman,
Agricultural Economics Department, IFAS '1965-19651.
TELFORD, GORDON, M.D. (University of Chicagol
Intern in Surgery






STAFF AND FACULTY


TELFORD, SAM R., IR Ph D. Universily of Calilornia at Los
Angelesl
Assistant Professor of Zoology, Adviser 11970-197 11
TELLER, MORTON HERMAN M A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physics 1943- 19671 *
TEMES. GERALD D, M D. iStale Untiersity of Nes Ylork -
Upstate Medical Centeri
Clinical Fellov in Thoracic Surgery I79'J "
TENNANT LEO KEITH, MI P H.
Instructor of Physical Education 11967-19681
TEPLY, MARK LAWRENCE, Ph D iUniversitv of Nebraskai
Assistant Professor of Mathemarcis (1968-19681
TERHUNE, JAMES L NA A
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
(1967-1967)
TERRY, JUAN E Mi S L S.
Assistant Librarian. Health Center Library 11968 79681.
TESAR. DELBERT, Ph.D. IGeorgia Instilute of Technology I
Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1964- 1969 ."
TETLOW ALAN G h D iManchester Uni ersilty
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesrhesology 1969- 19691.
TEW. ROY EDWARDS Ph.D iOhio State L'niv\ersitl
Professor of Speech 19193 19661
THATCHER. WILLIAM WATTERS Ph.D IMichigan Stale
Universilyi
Assistant Professor I Assistant Animal Phsiolorgisl. IFAS
(1968-1968P.
THOMANEK. ERICH. Ph.D. IUniversilr of Illinoail
Assistant Professor of Management 11969-19691
THOMAS. BILLY SEA~ Ph.D iVanderbill Unirersin
Assistant Professor of Ph) scs 11960-19601
THOMAS. HENRY F M D IUninersily or North Carolinai
Resident in Surgery i 1970)
THOMAS, JOSEPH MICHAEL. B A
Urban Studies Bureau 11966-7968;.
THOMAS, MICHAEL E, Ph D ilohn Hopkins Unilersils
Professor of Industrial and S)stems Engineering 11965-1969; *
THOMAS, ROBERT E. M.A
Instructor in lIurnalism and Communications 11970- 19.01
THOMAS. ROGER K IR.
Posrdoctoral Felloxn in Center for Neurobiological
Sciences (1966- 19661
THOMAS, WILLIAM CLARK, IR.. M D. iCornell Unilersil l
Professor of Medicine r1957 19631
THOMASON. OLIVER BRUCE Ph D IPennisivania State
Universily I
Professor and Chairman Department of Rehabilitation
Counseling (1942-1964) *
THOMASSON, GEORGE O, M.D IUnsersitl ot Texasi
Un .ersrl) Physician. Instructor in Medicine i 1969- 969).
THOMPSON, BUFORD DALE Ph D IUniersi.l oa Floridai
Professor (Horticulturisli, IFAS. 1948- 19661."
THOMPSON. FRED GILBERT. Ph D iUniversity ol Maiamil
Assistant Curator of Malacolog\. Florida State Museum
(1966-19701.
THOMPSON, IRENE. MI A
Assistant Professor in English 1 967-79671
THOMPSON, IOHN B, III. M P H
Assistant Football Coach 11966-79661
THOMPSON, LEONARD GARNETT JR.. Ph.D iloua Stale
University)
Professor (Soil Chemisri IFAS i 7945-1945)
THOMPSON. NEAL PHILIP, Ph D. Princelon Unimersil
Assistant Professor (Assistant Biochemisr), IF S 1965-19651.
THOMPSON, RALPH BURNHAM Ph D (Universily of Texas,
Professor of Marketing (1955-19601 *
THOMPSON. ROBERT 1. M.D (Wayne Slale UniversitY
College
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Chair.
man of the Department of Obstetrics and GvnecologV for
IHEP. (1970-19701.
THOMPSON. ROGER M, Ph.D lUnversity of Texasl
Assistant Professor of English and Linguistrcs1 1971-19711.
THOMPSON. VICTOR A., Ph.D. tColumbia Universityl
Professor of Political Science 11971-1977).
THOMPSON, WILLIAM A, M D IUniversilt of Miami


Intern in Medicine 1970- 19"01
THORNBY IOHN I Ph.D. Lrniversil of Mr,nne4olal
Assistant Professor of Statistics. Biostatistlcs Unit
i1966-1966)
THORNE jACK FOSTER. Ph.D IUniersilt of Alabamai
Assistant Professor of Accounting 11968- 19681
THORP WILLARD L Ph D IColumb.a Un.Jenrsni
Visiting Distinguished Professor of Economics 1970-.19'0L.
THURSBY. GENE ROBERT B B D.
Interim Assistant Professor of Religion (1970-19.01.
THURSTON. PAUL THANER, Ph.D. University of Florida
Professor of Comprehens se Logic and English Adsser
i1957 19681.
TIFFIN. %ILLIAM TRUITT M S M E
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
(1944-19541.
TILLMAN CHESTER EARL Ed D IUninersil ol Floridai
Assistant Professor of English and Assistant Director or
Reading and Study Skills Center 1967- 1969i
TILLMAN. WILE1 1JAMES. JR M Arch
Associate Professor of Architecture 1952- 1968,
TIMMERMAN EUGENE MEL\ IN Ph D ULlnitersil of Soulh
Carolinai
Assistant Prolessor of Education 1960- 19601
TING. SILt UNG Ph D IOh.o State Un.versil
Professor Birochemistl IFAS. DC. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Lake Alfred 11953- 1968
TINGLE DA\ ID M D. IUni\ersily of Sheftield Englandi
Clinical Associate in Psychi.alr 11964- 196'
TISON IE.4N PIEPER M A E
Instructor in Education (1936- 1948I
TOBIAS. IOEL A I D IUni\ersit ot Pennsylvaniai
Clinical Fellos\ in Thoracic Surgery 11970'
TODD EUGENE ALLEN Ed D lUn.iersiln of Houx.oni
Professor or Education and Chairman Department of
Secondary Education i 196.6-19 1
TOHME S MN. MD IFrench Universilt of Medicinme
Resident in Surgery 11969-19'0L.
TOLBERT ELIAS LAKE Ed D IColumbia Uni ersill
interim Associate Professor of Education i 196,- 196'1
TONER R4~AMOND I M A
Director of Center for Latin Amercan Studies (1965-1965'
TONKIN ALLEN K M D iUniersity ol Lou.sillei
Resident in Radiology 119.'0-19771.
TONKIN. IN4 LYNN, M D lUniersilt oa Louis\ullei
Resident in Radiology, 1970-19711.
TORRE. ROCCO I. B A. Captain. U.S Air Force
Assistant Protessor of Aerospace Studie, ( 19t8. 1968
TOU. IULIUST. Ph D iYale LUnnierstvv
Graduate Research Professor of Electrical Engineering
11967-196'1
TOROSIAN, GEORGE. Ph D IUnisersity of Wisconsini
Assistant Professor of Pharmac 11969- 19691
TRAVIS DAVID M M D IVanderbill University i
Professor of Pharmacolog) and Medicine 1 1958- 1970
TRICKED. SAMUEL BALDWIN Ph D ITexas A&M Uninersilty
Assistant Professor of Ph sics 11968-19681.
TROUPIN, EDWARD CHARLES M.M
Professor of Music 1 1960-1968)
TROW. DONALD GORDON. B Com
Visiting Lecturer of Accounting 1970-19701
TRUDEAU WALTER L. M D. IOxford Uniers.itV
Assistant Professor of Medicine 11969-1969'.
TRUEBLOOD FELICITY. i A
Assistant Professor of English and Director Program of
English as Foreign Languages 17964-19681 "
TSAU IOSEF HENGKO. Ph D iMcGIII Univers.ily
Postdoctoral Fellosw, College of Pharmacy 1 1970- 19701
TSIBRIS. IOHN C M. Ph D ICornell University I
Assistant Professor of Chemistry1 1971-719,"1.
TUAZON IAIME G M D IUniersilt of Sanlt Tomas'
Assistant Professor in Anesthesiology 11969-19771i.
TUCKER, DAVID PATRICK. Ph D Universilt ot Calilorniai
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist IFAS 1967- 1967j.
TUCKER. FRANK C .JR.. M D lUniserslit of North Carolina
Resident in Surgery i 969-19691.






STAFF AND FACULTY


TUCKER. SAMUEL I Ph D IAllanta University
Assistant Professor or Education i 1971-7971P
TUCKER \\ILLIAM B M D IUnirersiI of Chicago'
Professor or Medicine i 19 19701.
TUCKER. WILLIAM K i D iDuke Unisersit) I
Intern n Medicine 17970-79701
TUNISON PAUL BLISS M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Ph sical Sciences Adtser 1954-1 9591.
TUNSTALL GEORGE C Ph.D iPrinceron Unisersil\
Assistant Professor of German i 1969-79691
TURNER BENJAMIN Ni M D iUniver.ity ol GeorgiaJ
Inrern in Parholog 1 1971-19711
TURNER ELDON R Ph D ikansas Slate Uni erlsil I
Interim Assistant Proles-or of HSI'or) 1969-1969'
TURNER IRA DOUGLAS B S
Director of Student Financial 4Ad i 1965-19671.
TURNER. LEONIDAS M i D iUni\ersilt of Miamil
Clinical Associale in Obsterrrcs and CG necolog) (19711
TURNER. %\ KENNETH. Ph D Ilowa Strae Unisersitl
Assistant Proressor i Assitant Agricultural Engineer i, IF.S
19 71-19'11
TUR\A\ ILLE LESTER IACKSON Ph D IGeorgia Institute oi
Technology P
Associdae Professor or Industrial and S) stems Engineering
I 1966-1968 '
TNLER MA E Ph.D IOhio Siale Uninersilyi
Professor of Alicrobholog) College of Arts and Sciences
Bacteriologist. IFAS 1953-79531
TNLER WILLIAM CORDON Ph.D IFletcher School of Law and
Diplomacy TulIl Unisersill
Asislani Professor of Economics r 199. 1969i
TVNER FRED HILMER IR Ph D iOklahoma State Umvnersl4i
Associate Proleso sso sociate 4gricullural Economist IF AS.
S1968-19681
TNNER M CK. Ph.D iLUnt ersi;l ol Cincinnati
Professor or Chemical Engineering 11944-1956,
TNSSELND MhILFORD S Ph D lUnisersily or Minnesolai
Assocare Professor of Finance 7 1966-19681

LIELSMANN IERRN NORMAN i S M F A
Professor of Arti 7960 1969 *
UENO TAKESHI. BA
Research Associate in Zooarchaeolog$. Florida State Museum
96196b 79661
UHRIG. ROBERT EUGENE Ph.D Ilowa Stale Unisersityl
Dean of the College of Engineering. Director ul the
Engineering and Indultrial Experiment Slation Proleiot'
of Nuclear Engineering Sciences *I 19bl) I7 68
UKOCKIS JA1 E ESR PhD ilndiana UniersilNi
Assiulant Protessor of Economics I 1970 19701.
LIMAN MARTIN ALLAN Ph D Princelon Universilvi
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Phy sis I l972.19721
UNDERBERGER. HOWARD LLO\D M S
Assistant Proiessot or Building Construction 1 1977119771
UOTILA MAIIA H RN ICollege of Nursing Helsinkii
Assistant Ophthalmologist 119661 9'01
UPDNKE. \YNN FRANKLIN. Ph D IMichigan State Unisersilyl
Professor or Proressional Ph) sical Education Chairman
or Department of Protcessional Curriculum
UPSHA4\ %% INTON LAMAR B S B A
Administratl e Assrstant II College of Health Related
Professions 1 1962-19671.
URONE PAUL Ph.D iOhio Slale Un.nersilvi
Professor ol Atmospheric Chemistry. Department of Enstron-
mental Engineering Professor of Chemistry. Department of
Chemisrr 1 971. 19711.
UZZELL. GRETCHEN F MI A
Teacher. P K Yonge Laborator, School 1970- 19701
VALA, MARTIN T Ph D Unisersity ol Chicago'
Assistant Proressor or Chemisiry 1 1967-19671
\ALISALO PA44O EMIL DEng ITechnical Uniersils of Finlandi
Associare Professor of Industrral and Slsrems Engineering
S1961-19701
VALK. MEL IN EHRMAN. Ph D lUniersitl ol Wisconsinl
Associate Professor oi German i 1947.194 7
\AN ARNAM CARL E M D iUnisersii or Oregoni
Clinical Assocate n Ophthalmology 1961 19681.


VANCE. JOHN MILTON. Ph.D University of Texasl
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 11969-79691.
SAN DE RIET. HANI KAMP, Ph.D. (Florida Stale Uni\ersity
Assistant Professor of Psychology 1 1963-19631.
VAN DE RIET. \ERNON DWAYNE. Ph D IFlorida State
Universal\
Assocare Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psycnology
1196?-1968i.
VANDERWERF CALVIN A., Ph.D. IOhio Slate Unisersilyi
Dean. College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of
Chemistry 11971-19711
VANDER ZIEL. ALDERT, Ph.D. IGroningen University)
Graduate Research Professor of Electncal Engineering
i1968 1968i
VANDEELDE ALEXANDER G M.D IUnniersit of SI Louvaini
Clinical Fellor, in Medcne l 1969-19691.
VANDI\ ER JOSEPH S.. Ph.D rLouisiana Stale UniversityJ
Professor of Sociologyi 1962-1962i.
%AN GELDER EDUARD, M 4
Assistant Director of Admissions ( 1966-19661.
VANHARTESVELDT CI Ph D Ilniversit of Rocheslerl
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience
,1970- 190,
VAN HORN HAROLD H Ph.D IUniversily of lowal
Professor i Animal Nurririontsrl and Chairman, Dairy Science
Department. IFS. 11970.19"'0
VAN MIDDELEM. CHARLES HENRY. Ph D. ICornell University)
Professor Biochemist, IFA4S (1957-1962)
VAN NMIEROP, L H S. i S IUniversily of Leiden Netherlandsi
Professor Pediatrics and Pathology (1966-19681
V\N RINSVELT HENRI ALBERT Ph.D. iUnisersill ot Utrechtl
Assisrant Professor of Ph\sics 11967 19671.
VARMA, ARUNKUMAR Ph.D lUniversly o01 AlbertaJ
Associate Professor of Mathematics I 1967 19691.
VARNELL EMILN D BS
Research Instructor 11962-1970'.
\ARNES. PAUL RA' Ed D IUnisersil) o0 Florida)
Associate Proressor of Professional Physical Education and
Charm in of the Department of Intramural Athletics and
Recreation 1 1968 19681.
\ASCONEZ, LUIS O, M.D. iWashinglon University at St. Louis)
Assistant Professor in Surge y (1970-19701
SASIL. INDRA KUMAR, Ph D IUniversit or Delhi. Indiai
Associate Professor of Botany 1967-1968).
\ASIL \VIMLA Ph D IUnwversily ol Delhi, Indial
Associate Professor r4ssociate Plant Phys.ologtstr. IFAS
l19"0-.19'0
\ASQUEZ PENELOPE R M A
Interim Assisrant Professor of Classical Languages 1971-19711.
VELE.. CORDON ALEXANDER IR B S
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S Army, Assistant Professor of
rilitrary Science (1969-19691
LENTERS DAVID B hi D IUniersiilt of Albenai
Resident in Radiology 11969-19691
\ERGARA, ALEHANDRO F. M.D (Universiryof Madridl
Resident .n Psychiatry 17969-1969)
VERINK. ELLIS DANIEL. IR Ph.D. IOhio State University
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
1965-19681.
VERNON JACK R Ph D INorthweslern Uniersilty
Associale Professor of Economics (1967-19671.
VICK. KENNETH WENDELL, Ph D. LOklahoma State Universityl
Assistant Professor, USDA Insect Attractant Behavior
Research Lab 119970 1970
LICKERS, FRANK DOW Ph.D. University ol Florida)
Associate Professor, Computer and Information Sciences.
I7963-19671
VICTORIA BENIANMIN E M D. (Universily of Cuyo, Argentinal
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 11964-19701
VIERCK. CHARLESJ. Ph D IUnniersil or Florida)
Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology
11965-19711.
VIGORITA. JOHN FRANCIS, B.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Classical Languages and
Linguistics 11969-19691.
\ILALLONGA, FEDERICO. Ph D iUniversity of Buenos Airesl
Professor of Pharmacy (1969-1969).












VILLARD. KENNETH LEE, B S.
Counselor, Division of Housing 17968-1968).
VINING, DONALD Q., M.D. IEmory LlUniersitle
Resident in Medicine 19.70-19701
VIPPERMAN. JR. POSE' E Ph.D IUninersila of Missouri)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionistl. IFAS.
Agricultural Research & Education Center. Quinc'
(1970-19701.
VIRTUE. CLARENCE M.. M.D. rUniveisilt of Rochesterl
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics and Instructor of Pediatrics
11966-19701.
VOGEL IOSEPH F.. Ph.D Universitl ol Floridai
Associate Professor of English 1965- 19701
VOGEL, PHYLLIS PALMER Ed.D IUnisersity of Floridal
Interim Assistant Professor of Education r 1966- 19701.
VOGEL, RONALD JOSEPH. Ph.D (Unn ersit ot Wisconsini
Assistant Professor of Economics 1969-19691
VOGH BETTY POHL. Ph D (Universily of Floridal
Assistant Professor in Pharmacologs (7964-19681
VOICHNSONK, BERNARD FRANCIS M.E A
Associate Professor of Architecture 17959-1969)
VOITLE, ROBERT 4LLEN Ph.D IUniersill ol Tennesseei
Assrstanr Professor (.Assstant Physiologistu. I.AS 1969-1969'
VOLIN, RAMOND B. Ph.D IMonlana Stale Collegei
Assistant Professor (Assirsanr Plant Pathologsrl. IFAS
Agricultural Research & Education Center. Homestead
11971-1971)
VOLK BOB GARTH Ph.D tMichigan Stale Universits'l
Assistant Professor Assisrani Soil Chemst i. IF4S Agricultural
Research and Educational Center Belle Glade 1 1939-1939,
VOLK, GAYLORD MONROE. Ph D. iUn.versiil of Wisconsini
Professor (Soils Chemiil,. IFAS Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Belle Clade 11939-193qi
VON MAUR. RICHARD K, M.D iOhio Stale Universirli
Resident in Medicine 1 1969- 191'0
VON MERING. OTTO O. Ph D IHarvard Unisersil i
Professor of Anthropology 119711.
VONTZ. FRIEDRICH K. Mi D Medical A ademN of Dusseldorri
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgers IHEP 1969-1969)
VOSS. ELBERT Ph.D. (Lnisersil ol Floridal
Professor of Pharmacs 11948-19701
VO'LES, LOUIS VERNON. 8.A
Director of Records and Registration 11948-1965)
VROOM, FREDERICK Q NM D. ILnn.ersitI ot Alabamai
Assistant Professor of Medicine 1 968-1968)

WAALI, EDWARD EERO. Ph.D. iUniversitl oft WVVomingi
Interim Assistant Professor 11971-1971)
WAGEMAKER. HERBERT JR M D. IHahnemann Medical
School)
Resident in Psychiatry 1967-19691
WAGLEY. CHARLES W, Ph.D IColumbia Universir i
Graduate Research Professor of Anthropology I 19"1-19"'1
WAGLOW, IRVING FREDERICK Ed D INel, ork Lln.,ersil
Professor of Physical Education 11946-19651
WAGNER, LYNN E ID IDuke Universiiyi
Interim Assistant Professor of La\ 1197.I-9711.
WAGNER. WILLIAM GRANT, M Arch.
Director of Bureau of Research and Associate Professor of
Architecture 11964-19671.
WAHL, F. MICHAEL, Ph.D IUnivers.t, ol Illinoisl
Professor and Chairman of Department of Geologs
11969-1969).
WAHLBERG, SHARON ANNETTE, Ed.D Auburn Un.versinyl
Interim Assistant Professor or Education 1 19."11971l.
WAITES ROBERT ELLSWORTH Ph.D. IOhio State Univerilti
Associate Professor (Associate Entomologistl iFAS
(1951-19681
WAKELAN, DONALD LEE, M.S A.
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Husbandmanl, IFAS.
11957-19671.
WALBROEL. CHARLES E M.D IUniversill of Floridai
Resident in Radiology (1969-1969).
WALDEN, WALTER C.. IM.S. IMisssiippi SlaTe Universilvi
Assistant Professor .Assistanr Agricultural Economist). IFAS
(1970-1970).
WALDMAN, ROBERT H.. M.D (Washinglon Universityl


Chief Resident and Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Immunology and Medical
Microbologl t196'-19"01.
WALDO TOMM'h RLTH. Ph.D IUniversii oi Florida,
Associate Professor of English 17955- 19681 "
WALKER BIRONH. M A IUninersil ol Florida
Professor of English 1942-.19701
A 4LKER, CHARLES. Mt S. North Carolina Slate Uniersilts
Assistant Professor IAssistant Agricultural Economist', IFAS
119.'0-1970
WALKER DON W Ph D ITexas Christian Universitsi
Asssisant Professor of Neuroscience and Psschologc
1968-19"O1
WA4LKER H T
Sisiing Instructor in Art 19"' 19"70
WALKER IOHN ELLIOTT Ed.D IUnisersil oi Flordal
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences 1964- 1967,
WALKER ROBERT DI\ON. IR.. M 5
Professor of Chemical Engineering 11944-196Q'.
WALKER ROBERT DIXON III, M D lUnisrFsity ofl Miamii
Assistant Prolessor in Surger) 19.70-1970)
W'ALKER ROBERT L1NN Ph D ISlanford Universitsl
Professor of Electrical Engineering Resident Direcror
GENESIS- Port Canaseral 1965- 1965
WALKER, SUE ROBERTS. B S
Assistant Librarian. .4A quisilions i 194- 19-1 .
WALKER THOMAS IEFFERSON Ph D IOhio State Ljni.ersil'
Professor iEntomologisi) IFASi 95"-1977'
WAALKLETT \ILLIANi D M D iEmnor Unieerit'.
Clinical Assistant Protessor ol Radioloug 190. 19"01.
WALL SUSAN RUSSELL M S lUniversil\ ol Tennessee-
Assistant Protessor I Assistant Stale 1-H Club Agentl IfAS
r197'-1970i.
IALLACE. ALEXANDER DONIPHAN. Ph 0 ILlnisersil\ .-I
irginia,
Graduate Research Proiessor ot Matjematics1 i 963- 19691
WALLACE HAROLD DEAN Ph D ICornell Uniers.isi
Professor Animal Nutritionii i. IFAS 17950-19611
I ALLACE HOWARD KEEFER. Ph D. iUnisersil ni Floridal
Professor of Zoologs 1 932- 19491
WALLACE IOHN B, IR Ph D IUniser-il ol Floridai
Assistant Professor or Managemeni i 196- 19681.
WALLACE. MAXWELL IOSEPH Ph D ICornell Unisersin\i
Associate Professor or French 1936- 19621 *
WALLACE, PAUL F M D IUnisersll\ of Chicagol
Assistant Professor of Surger 1961-19611
IA LLBRLINN HENRN MAURICE Ph.D IUnisers.it cI Chicago)
Associate Professor of Zoolog 11951-19bJ,
WALLIS. WARREN REUBENS B 5. University\ ol Wisconsini
Assistant Protessor Assstant Metleorologisti. IF.AS N2'S
Agricultural Research Center Lakeland 11960- 19601
WALSH BETH HOWELL, MS
Ass,~tanr Protessor i Etenison Food Specialhstw IFAS
i1l9-- 196"i
WALSH, EDWARD KIRAN Ph D IBrown LUniers.l i
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
11970-19;01
.\ALSH HELEN E% ELIN AB 'Miississippi Slate College for
Women
Associate in Obstetrics and C\necologs I 1962-1965'
WALSH. THOMAS. Ph D LUniers.it ol Chicagol
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 19 'I- 19711
WALTER. WILLIAM AUSTIN Ph.D. LUniersill ot Floridai
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering- Associate
Professor-n- Charge. GENESYS-Dawtona Beach 1 1965-19691.'
WALTERS 'TANC' BAILEY M S
Professor IExlension Home Economist. Programs tFAS
S1965-1965i.
WALTON BRUCE E NM D IWesiern Reserse UnisersAir
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surger i 1965-19651.
WAN. ELIZA H.. M A in L S
Assistant Librarian. Documents 11968-19681
WARD. BONNIE MULLINS. Mi A
Assistant Professor of Prolessional Ph) scal Education
1 19'0-19,01
WARD. DANIEL BERTRAM, Ph.D ICornell University
Associate Professor Associate Botanir l, IFAS 11958- 196's.













NA RD. GRAN DOLIULAS. Ph D iUnisersil at Marylandi
Assitrant Professor or Phssacs and Electrical Engineering
S1970-19'O0
WARD. IOHN LAWRENCE NM A N F A
Assistant Professor of Arr 1i966-79681."
WARD PHILLIP A N F A
.Associate Professor of 4rr i 1959-1968).
%\ARD RONALD W Ph D ilousa Sare Liniverslt I
Asusrtant Professor i Assistant Agricultural Economirsl, IFAS
119'0-19"01
\NARDOWSKI WILFRED FRANCIS Ph D iMich.gan Slate
LUnier sil
Assisantl Professor i Assistant Horticulturisti, IF S i 1969-19691
WARE WILLIAM B Ph D iNorlht-eslern Universit)
Assistant Professor ot Education 11968-19681
% ARHEIT GEORGE I Ph D iOhio Stale Uni\ersilyi
4ssistanr Proressor oa Psycharr) and Assistant Professor of
Sociology 1 1969-19691
WARMNIE GERMAINE L. M S
Research Assistant in Medcine 796'-196"1.
,,ARiMKE. HARRN EARL Ph D iSianrord Universilsi
Professor I Agronomstn. USDA. IFAS 11964-19641
WARN MARTHA FLEMING iMA
Interim Assistant Professor of English i 1969-19691
WARNER DENNIS DALE B 5 P
Instructor of Pharmacy 1 96'-196.'
WARNER STANLES E Ph D IDuke Linuersirty
Asisranr Professor of Economics 19"fJ- 19701
WARNICK. AL\ IN CROPPER PhD iUni\ersil ofl \Hisconsini
Professor I Animal Ph, siologastl IFAS. i 1953-19621
WARREN JESSIE ALMA NMA in L S
Asiisranr Professor i Asiirant Communications Specal/srl.
IFAS i 7957. 195 I
WARREN. SUSAN P B A
Assistant in Ps chialrr 119'0- 19701
\\ARSON SAMUEL R N D iMcCill Lnisterils
Professor in Psichratr, i 196b4 19qt"i
WASS HANNELORE LINA Ph D iUnisersir or Michiganl
Ass,stant Professor or Educarion 1 1969- 1969'
\\ASSON KENNETH R M D I\anderbllr Uniersitl i
Intern in Medicine. 1'70- 19'0.
WATERMAN IOHN ANDREW BA Arch
Phl sical Planning Consultant 1 969-1969
\ WATERS WILLIE ESTEL Ph D IUninsrsiIr or Floridai
Professor iHorriculrurstl and Center Director Agricultural
Research and Educatlinal CenItr Bradenton IFAS
1960- 19681
WATSON JAMES KENNETH. Ph.D IRice Unisersilvi
Associate Protessor of Electrical Engineering 11966- 19661.
WATSON MAR\ CALDWELL BS in L S
Associate librarian Reference and Bibliography i 1960-1970l
W ATSON ROBERT T M D IUni ersit, or Flonda
Resident in Medicine i 19.'0 19701
WATSON. \IC TOR S M 4
Irnterm Instrucror in English 1191-1 971I
WATTENBARGER IAMES L Ed D iUnisersif\ or Floridai
Professor or Educarton 1968- 19681
WATTLEWORTHJ IOSEPH 4 Ph D INortheslern Unier.atr)i
Professor of C l Engineering i 1969- 19691
WATTS, EARLE HUNT B S
Assisrant Proressor of Mechanical Engineering 1 1957- 1957
LAUGH BUTLER HUCCINS. Ph D Ilndiana Unisersiyl)
Associrae Piroessor of English Editor. Division of Sponsored
Research 196.1-1967i
WAUGH JOAN MEREDITH MN
Instructor College of Nursing 11966-19661.
WAYNE jOHN BRUCE, ki B A
Research Assistant College or Medicine 1968 19681
WEAR RICHARD ARLEN Ph D (Florida State UnsversirN
Assistant Professor of Humanities 11970-1970J1
WEAVER ANNA LOUISE B S in L S
Assocare lbiarian in charge or Architecture and Fine Arts
Librar 11959- 19.70 "
WEAVER WILLIAM BANCROFT NMS
Assistant Librarian. f4IF 196-. 196?
WEA\ER WILLI~M GLEN JR MS


Interim Instructor in Biological Sciences 11967-19671.
WEBB. DANIEL WARREN, Ph D. (Kansas State Universityl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Dairy Husbandman). IF45,
,19'1-1971.
WEBB, HOWARD W, M.D IEmory Lniversity)
Clinical Instructor in Surgery---HEP (1969-19691.
WEBB, I C M S IUniversily of Tennesseel
Assistant Professor (Assistant 4grcultural Engineer., IFAS
11971-19711.
WEBB. IOHN V M S.
Professor of lournalism and Communicarrons 11958-1966).
WEBB, MARY E M Ed.
Interin Research Instructor of Education 1 1970-19701.
WEBB SAWNEI DAVID, Ph.D. University oa California
Associate Curator of Vertebrate Paleonotology, Florida
State Museum. Associate Professor of Zoology and Geology
S1964-1970(
AEBB, W B Ph.D State University of lowa]
Graduate Research Professor of Psychology 11958-1970).
WEBER NANCN S. M Ed
Counselor-Teacher, Dvisison of Housing 1970-19701.
WEECH. HENR A JR Major, U.S Air Force. M.S
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies 11971-971).
WEEKS IAMES M D Un.eisity ol Illinoisl
Intern in Surgery
WEEKS. IOHN "ESLE NMD IDuke University
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and G)necology
71966-19701
WEEMS HOWARD VINCENT JR, Ph.D lUniversity of Ohio)
Associate Professor i Associate Entomologistl DPI, IFAS
S1966-19661
WEHLBURG. ALBERT F C ,M A IUniversity ol Floridal
Instructor in Speech 1966-1971)
WEIDHAAS. DONALD E Ph.D ICornell Unisersity)
Professor I Enlomologisrl and Investigattons Leader.
USDA, IFAS. 1196' 19671
WEIDNER JAMES PAUL. B S
Associate in Engineering in Chemical Engineering 11961-1965).
WEIGEL WALTER W, M.D IEmor University)
Clinical Instructor ,n Medicine (1959-1959).
WEIHE BRUCE A, I D tUniersit) ot Floridal
Interim Instructor in Las 11971.19711
W'EIMER. RAE 0
Dean Emeritus and Professor ol Journalism and Communi-
cations and Special Assitant to the President (7949-19681.
WEINGARTNER. DAVID PETER Ph.D (Michigan Slate
Universifr
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist). IFAS.
Agricultural Research Center. Hastings 1969-79691.
WEINSHELBAUM. ARLENE M M D iUnisersity of Chicagol
Resident in Radiologyl 1969-1970)
WEINSHELBAUM EDWARD I M D lUniersity of Chicagol
Assistant Prolessor of Surgery 11969 19691
WEINSTEIN IRA Ph D (George Washington University)
Associate Professor of Pharmacology i 1969-1969).
WEISS. CHARLES F &I D. IVanderbill Universiryl
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Pharmacy, and
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 1969-1970).
WEISS, CHARLES I, M D IChicago Medical School)
Intern in Medicine 11970- 19701
WEISS. DALID. LL B tHarvard Universityi
Associate Law Librarian r 1969-19691
WELBORN, SARAH. M A
Iteram Instructor in Humanities (1968-19691.
WELBORN CHARLES G JR.. M A
Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
(11966-19711
WELLBORN, WALTER H. IR, Mi D IEmory Unimersityl
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry 1965-1965)
WELLER HENRY RICHARD, Ph.D. IDuke Unisersityl
Assistant Professor of Ph)sics 11968- 1968).
WELLS, ANASTASIA L Ph D. IUnisersily of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology
WELLS. EDWARD L, B.F A.
Instructor in Journalism and Communications (1969-1969).
WELLS SALLY K M S IFlorida State Universit )
Associate in Rehabilitaton Research (7971-1971).






STAFF AND FACULTY


WELSCH, WALTER ROLAND, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Assistant
Track Coach (1954-1959).
WELTNER, WILLIAM, IR, Ph.D. iUniversily of Californlal
Professor of Chemistry 11966-19661
WENTZ. PETER WILLIAM, Ph D lUniversilh of Floridai
Postdoctoral Associate in Obstetrics and GCnecolog)
11971.1971).
WENZEL EVELDN LOUISE. Ed D IColumbia Uni%,eiSil I
Professor of Education (19558-1970.I1.
WENZEL. FREDERICK WILLIAM IR Ph D lUnivcrsit ot
Massachuseitsi
Professor iChemist IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Educational Center. Lake Alfred 1I948.1948).
WERSHOW IRVING ROBERT. Ph.D. riale Universitl
Professor of Spanish Acting Director of Airican Studies
Program i1946-1964,
WESBURY STUART A. M.H A. IUnieersilt oi Michigani
Graduate leaching Associate 1971.19 1I.
WEST. BARBOUR DUKE. M D lUniversieI of Kenluck i
Resident in Radiologv (19"'019701
WEST CAROLE E M D. iPhiladelphial
Fellow & Trainee in Ophthalmolog i 19.0-197"0
WEST. DAVID ALAN I D.
Coordinator for Sludent Conduct 17969-1969) *
WEST FELICIA E Ed.D.
Assistant Professor. P K Yonge Laborator) School
1796.-7971,
WEST. SHIRLEN HILL, Ph D. iUniveisilt or Illinoii
Professor Plant Phsifologisti L'SDA IFAS 1958-1969.
WESTERBERC. ARTHUR WILLIAM Ph D iUniversii ot
Londoni
Professor of Chemical Engineering 11967. 19711.
WESTFALL, MINTER IACKSON JR Ph D ICornell Uninersvi
Professor of Zoology and Enromolog 1947. 19691
WESTON. EDWARD C M.S
Instructor in lournalrim and Communications 179'0-019"0i
WETHINGTON. IOHN ABNER, IR. Ph D INorlhwesiern
Uni ersilvi
Professor of Nuclear Engineering 1963- 1960,
WETTERQ\IST, ORI.N FREDERICK M A
Assistant Professor of Architecture i 1969-1969)
WEYRAUCH WALTER OTTO I D Niale Unineri.,i
Professor of Las\ 1957.19601
WHANG CHOONC I M D iSeoul National Un.nersiai
Resident in Neurosurgery 11969- 19 01.
WHEATON. ERNEST RICHARD D Ed.
Assistant Professor l(Etension District Agent), IFAS
i1960-19701.
WHEATON. THOMAS 4DAIR. Ph D iUniersits of Calioirniai
Associate Professor IAssorare Hortlculturisti IFAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake
Alfred 1963-19701
WHEELER LAWRENCE ARTHUR. Ph.D lUniiersitv oa Southern
Caliiorniai
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. Acting
Resident Director Eglin AFB 11969-19691
WHEELER WILLIS BOLN. Ph.D. IPennsslania Stale Collegei
Assistant Professor I Assistant Biochemistl, IFAS 1966-1966'
WHITCOMB CARL ERWIN Ph.D ilowa State University
Assistant Professor lAssestant Ornamental Hortlculturistl
IFAS 11967- 9691
WHITCOMB, WILLARD HALL Ph D ICornell Uniseisill
Professor of Entomolog) (Entomologisti IFAS i196'- 196.7
WHITE ARTHUR 0 Ed.D INew 'ork Buttalol
Assistant Professor of Education 11970-19"01
WHITE. BARBARA CRITTENDEN M D
Chairman and Professor. Department of Ph sical Therapy
(1958-19691
WHITE. CLEMENTINE BERTHA. M M.
Assistant Professor of Music i1966-19661
WHITE, FRANKLIN HENRI Ph.D IUniversirt of Illinoisi
Professor iBactertologisr). IFAS 11955-19671
WHITE, JAKE B.. B.S A.
Associate Professor (Associate Dairy Husbandman). IFAS
11941-1944).
WHITE JOSEPH BENTON Ph.D iPeabod$ Institutei


Dean Emeritus. College of Education and Professor of
Education 11948- 19641.
WHITE LARRY DPh D iUniversity of Arizonal
Assistant Professor fAssistant Foresterl, IFAS 11970-1970).
WHITE, LAWRENCE L, MS. IMlaor U S ArmN.
Assistant Professor, Militar) Science i 197'-19711
WHITE LOWELLE., A D (Unnersit| of W'ashingoni
Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Disision of
Neurosurgervi 1970-1l701
WHITE ROWENA R M D. IUniersilt oa Mississippi)
Resident in Psschiairs 11970- 1970.1
WHITE TON' ROBERT M AE
Instructor in Architecture 1969-19'7 1
WHITEHEAD. RICHARD HOLMES. B A
Dean of Admissions and Registrar 1938-19,71
WHiTEHURST FREDERICK D Ph D iUni.ersir\ of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Accountnng 1 969-1969;
WHITEHURST. % ILLIAM L M D IUni\ersit or Tennesseei
Clinical Assistant Professor 71966-79691
.\ HITESIDE. JACK OLI\ ER. Ph.D ,Rhodesia,
Associate Professor fAssociate Plant Pathologisti IF4S.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Lake Alfred
(1967-19671
WHITLEI. ESTO'NA\ILLIS NM A
Instructor P K 'onge Laborator, School 1958-19621
W HITMAN. N E M.Ed
Instructor in lusIc i 1970-19 Oi

WHITNEN ELLSWORTH DOW% Ph.D INew. 'ork Unisersitys
Associate Professor on Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering! 1970179"0'
WHITNEN. IODIE DO ELE Ph D IUnisersil ol Oklahomai
Assistant Professor i Assistnmt Agricultural Engineer) IfAS.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center Lake Alfred
17965. 1965.
WHITTAKER RONALD D Ph D IFlorida State UniLnersilt
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
11969-19691.
kWHITTEMORE HIRAM D B.S A.E I lUniseiliI ot Georg.ai
Associate Professor Associate Agricultural Engineer; IFAS
L'SDA agricultural Research and Educarional Center. Belle
Glade 1 1958-9581
WHITT1. ELMO BENJAMIN. Ph.D INorlh Carolina State
Uniersilli
Associate Professor I Assocate Agronomsti IFAS
I 1966-19'11
WHORTON JAMES Ed.D IColorado State Uni.ersli
Assistant Prolessor of Education i lb9- 19694
\%ILCOX CHARLES IULIAN. Ph D Rutgers Unilersilvi
Professor iDairy Genercistl IFAS. 11959-179"1
WILCOX DONALD BROOKS I D ,Emorr Unit ersit r
Professor of Industrial and S)stems Engineering 11952-19521
k% ILCOX, MERRIL Ph D iNorth Carolina State Unniersilr
Associate Professor I Associate Agronomist) IFAS
i 960-19681i
WILCOXEN. IOSEPH K M D tlnivers.li of Ill.nois,
Resident in Medicine 1 1970-19'
WILDER. BUNA IOE M D iDuke Unitersilv
Associate Professor of Medicine 1962-19691
WILDER I. LLOND. M.D ILoma Linda Unisersil,
Clinical Associate in Psvchiatrt 1968 1968)
WILENSKY NORMAAN IMARVIN Ph D tale Uninersitvl
Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Histor)
i1962-1969'
WILES, HILDA BA
Interim Teacher. P. h. Ionge Laboratorv School 01968-79681
WILFRET. GARN JOE. Ph D IUnisersitl ol Hawanii
Assistant Professor I Assistant Genelicisti, IFAS Agricultural
Research and Educational Center Bradenton 1 1969-1969)
WILKINSON ALBERT H A D Ileiterson Medical College of
Pennsyl aniaJ
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surger) P P I 1969-1969)
WILKINSON, CLtDE WINFIELD. Ph.D LUn.versitl oI Illinoisi
Professor of English 11959-19591
WILKINSON ROBERT CLEVELAND, Ph.D IUniversi ~ ol
Wisconsmi
Professor i Entomologist) IF.AS 1960-1977 .





STAFF AND FACULTY


WILKOWSKE HOWARD HUGH. Ph.D ilowa State University
Professor IDatry Technologisrl and Assistant Dean for
Research IFAS 1950-196di
WILLARD. DEL iMS
Instructor in Mathematics 17960- 79601
WILLIAMS. 4UBREN LAKE. Ph D 1Oale University)
Graduate Research Professor of English '1958-1961)
WILLIAMS. CLYDE M M D iBaylor University)
Ph D IOxlord Universil'i
Professor and Charrman. Radrology 17960-1965J.
WILLIAMS DAVID D MN
Interim Instructor. College or Nursing 119?0-19701.
WILLIAMS DAID TJNDALE. Ph.D INew York University
Professor of Aerospace Engineering. Professors of Physics
S1957 1957)
WILLIANMS DONALD EDWARD Ph D (Northwestern
UniversilyI
Professor or Speech and Director ol Rhetoric and Public
Address i 1959.1971 i.
WILLIAMS EMMET LOUIS Ph D IGeorge Peabody College
lor Teachers'
Professor or Education and Assslant Dean. College of
Education 11964- 19701
WILLIAMS HERMAN BARNES B M E
Associate Professor of Engineering Graphics I 1946-19471.
WILLIAMS HIRAM D Ed.
Professor o Art 11960-19681
WILLIAMS. IZOLA FORRESTER M S
Associate Proresoor and Chairman. Department of Home
Economics IFAS 196J-19,"70
WILLIAMS I CURTIS. JR MD iBowman Gray
Clinical Assistant Prof ssor of Medicine 17967-19701
WILLIAMS MARGARET RUTH. Ni A
Chairman and Professor. Department of Medical Technology
i1961-79701'
WILLIAMS M/AR\ CILLEI B A University ot Floridal
Assistant Prolessor I ssstant Edior IFfS4 1961-19621.
WILLIAMS. ROBERT L NMD IAlbanvi
Professor ol Psychiatry and Chairman of Department
t1958-1964
WILLIAMS. TERRI E M D IOh.o Sale University
Resident in Medicine 1970-19701
WILLIAMS. WILLIAM N Ph D rUnversity of FIordal
Assistant Prolessor Division of Oral Biolog) College of
Dentistry r 1969197711
WILLIAMS WINTON E I D Universilt of Mississippiu
Assistant Professor of Lai 17969-19691
WILLIAMSON. HERBERT DUFF. M C E
Associate Professor of Building Construction 11965-19651.
WILLIS. RICHARD D Ph D IUnisers.iy of Illinoisl
Assistant Professor of Psycholog) 11969-1969).
SILLISON FRANCESCARLENE MD IMedical Collegeol
Ceorgiai
Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecolog) 11971-19711
WILMOT. DAVID L M A
Professor of Music 1962-1968l.
WILMOT. ,ILLIAM V. JR Ph.D IUniversity of Wisconsini
Professor of Management 11957-1964J
WILSON HAROLD ARNOLD Ph D IIowa Stale University)
Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Hisror)
.Adiser 1 1958-1967'
WILSON HENR' RUSSELL. Ph D University ot Marylandl
Associate Professor iAssociate Poultry Physiologistr. IFAS,
1962- 1967.i.
WILSON. IENNET MAE. M A
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing 11957-1957).
WILSON. WILLIAM CURTIS. Ph.D University of Floridai
Assistant Proressor (A4sslant Plant Pathologisll. IFAS
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Lake Alfred
S1966-19661
WILTBANK. WILLIAM JOSEPH. Ph.D University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Fruit Crops. IFAS. (1968-19681.
WIND. CHIEL A MN D L'niversil or Jerusalemi
Resident rn Ophlhalmology I 1968- 19681
WINEFORDNER IAMES DUDLES Ph D iUni ersily of
Illinoisi
Professor of Chemistry 11959-1967)


WING. ALEXANDER HOLBROOK. Ph.D IColumbia
University
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1955-19551.
WING. ELIZABETH S.. Ph.D. iUniversily ol Florrdai
Assistant Curaor, Florida Stale Museum (1961-19681.
WING JAMES MARVIN. Ph.D. IUniersilyof Iowa Slalel
Professor (Animal Nutritionist J IFAS (1951-1971).
WINIUS. GEORGE DAVISON, Ph.D (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of History 11965-19691
WINNIE, IOHN S.. MA
Instructor of Mathematics 11971-19711.
WINSOR. HERBERT WILLIAMS. B.S A. iRutgers University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Chemistl, IFAS(1930-1930,.
WIRTH WILLIS WAGNER Ph D. University of Californiai
Professor (Entomologistl. USDA. IFAS. '1965-1965J.
WITTE. WILLARD THEODORE. Ph.D IUniversity of Maryland)
Assistant Professor I Assistanr Ornamental Horticulturrst},
IFAS. 11977-19711
WITTIG. HEINZ JOSEPH MD (University of Munich)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics i 1968-19681.
WITTKOPF BARBARA JEAN, M S L S
Assistant Librarian Reference and Bibliography 11970-1970).
WITTKOPF, EUGENE R Ph.D ISyracuse Universitly
Assistant Professor of Political Science 11970-19711
WITTMER. P. JOSEPH. Ph.D Ilndiana Universilyl
Associate Professor of Education 11968-1970).
WOLFE, EMIL ANDREW. M S rPurdue University)
Professor iHorticulturis. IFAS, Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Belle Glade. 11948-19661.
WOLFENBARGER DANIEL OTIS. Ph D. ICornell Universilyl
Entomologist, IFAS Agricultural Research and Educational
Center, Homestead 11945-19461
WOLFF GEORGE ELLIOTT. Ph.D. (University of North Carolinal
Professor of Social Sciences Adviser 11948- 19691 1
WOLFORD. RICHARD WILSON, M.A IDuke University)
Professor iChemisl IfAS. DC. Agricultural Research and
Educational Center Lake Alfred 1951 1970).
WOLFSON, MORTON, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic. Adviser
S1965-1968l
WOLFSON. SORRELL L ,M D (Vanderbill University)
Clinical Assistant. Professor of Pediatrics (1965-1965).
WOLKING. WILLIAM. Ph.D. iUn.versily of Mnnesolal
Associate Professor of Education (1968-19681 *
WOLTZ, SHREVE SIMPSON Ph D IPurdue UniversityJ
Professor IPlant Physiologist). IFAS. Agricultural Research
and Educational Center. Bradenlon (11953-19681.
WON, CHING MIN. Ph.D tColumbia Universily)
Postdoctoral Associate. College of Pharmacy (1970-19701.
WOOD FRANK BRADSHAW. Ph.D Princelon Universily)
Professor of Astronomy. Director of Optical Observation
and Chairman lor Astronomy (7968-19711.
WOODARD. I. CARROLL. D.V.M Ph.D IAuburn Universaity
iMassachusetts Institute on Technology)
Associate Professor in Pathology 11966-1970)
WOODRUFF. ROBERT EUGENE, Ph.D tUniversity ol Flonda)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entomologist), DPI, IFAS
(1966-19681
WOODRUFF WILLIAM, Ph.D IUniversrly of Nollingham,
Englandi
Graduate Research Professor of Economic History and
Professor of Economics (1966-19681.
WOODS. CHARLES TRUMAN, JR., M.A.
Assistant Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station (1966-19681.
WOODS. CLIFTON. III. Ph.D (North Carolina Slate University)
Interim Assrslahr Professor (1971-1971).
WOODWARD. EDWARD R. Mi D. University oi Chicagol
Professor of Surgery and Chairman of Department 11957-19571.
WOODWARD, JAMES C., D.V M (Auburn Universityl
Postdoctoral Fellow (1958-1965).
WORKMAN, RALPH B., JR., Ph.D. fUniversity of Oregonj
Associate Professor (Associate Enromologist), IFAS,
Agricultural Research Center, Hastings 1958-1967).
WORTHEN, DAVID M, M D. IUniversity ot Minnesotal
Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology and Chief,
Ophthalmology Section, VAH' (1970-1970).






STAFF AND FACULTY


WRIGHT, MARGARET KATHLEEN. I D lUniersils of
Floridai
Interim Instructor in La\ 17971.19.1'
WRIGHT, ROBERT GRANGER M A
Interim Assistant Professor of Education 1970- 19"'0
WROE. MARTHA M A
Associate Professor of Phsical Theraps 11959-19T"0
WYATT, OHN WALTON S D iGeorge Washington Uni\crsil i
Professor of Busness tlaw 1948-1956'
WYNNE. JAMES %, Ni D iCornell Uni.ers;i.,
Resident in Medicine 1970-19'01
VAMOKOSKI. ROBERT. M D IOhio Staie LUniersirI
Resident in Surgern 1970l
YANG, MARK CHAO-KUEN Ph.D iUnisersitr or Wisconsir.,
Assistant Professor of Statistics 1970- 19.'0o
A1TES EDWARD D. MA
Assistant Professorr t lournalism and Communications
(1965-19661
YATES, HARRY EDCAR
Assistant Professor IAssistant Meteorologesti IF4S. .M% S.
Agricultural Research Center. Lakeland 11f54.19541
YELLEN, VICTOR hi.. M 5 IAuburn LUniersilt i
Computer Research Specialist i ,70- I.19"'T
'EN, ALICE BING M S.L S
Assilant Librarian Catalop 1966 -19661
11. ROLAND. Ph.D (UnisertlI ol PennshlIanial
Professor oi Electrical Engineeing Egin AFB 11968 19691
YOHO WILLIAM HERBERT MS 5
Associate Professor ol Ph.ssic/l Scences and Ceologs
11951-19511.
NORK. E. T IR Ph.D iCornell Uniterslri
Vice President for Agricultural A.airs and Prnoessor ot
International Agriculture. institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences 11963- 1631
NORTON, lOAN BANNISTER, Ph D iLinisersie\ s i Fluridai
Instructor in Physical Sciences 7 1967-19'01
OS1 WILLIAM ALBERT Ph D Indiana Uniersrs~
Assistant Professor of Speech 1971- 17971
NOST. WILLIAM F., M.D (Un\ierslv 01 Tennesseei
Clinical Instructor in Anesrhesiology I 1969- 1909'
NOUNG FRED OL AN, Ed D IUnisersil, ol Florida,
Interim Assistant Prolessor of Education 1971.-19711
YOUNG GERTRUDE MARIAN Ed.D IColumbia Uniersrs.
Associate Profe sor of Education 1957- 195"'.
YOUNG. HAROLD WILLIAM Ph D. IOhio Stale LUnisersiI,
Associate Professor Associate Haroiculturisri and Center
Director IFAS Agricultural Research Center. Montcello
i1958-19631.
YOUNG THOMAS WILBUR. Ph D. ICornell Univers.i'l
Horticulturist IFAS, Agricultural Research and Educational
Center. Homestead 1942- 19581."
YOUNG, MARIAN AMELIA M N in L S
Librarian. Catalog 11934- 19701 "
YOZGATLIOGLU. CUNENTA N D lUnisersi or
Instanbuli
Unisersl Pscchalrrsl. Chief. Clinical Sersices 1963.1963'
YU. SHIH CHENC. Ph D iUniversil oT lowial
Professor of Accounting i 196'- 9681.
\UAN TZU. LIANG. Ph.D. IOhio Slate Lninersill I
Associate Professor (Associate Soils Chemisti IFAS
(1955-19641.

ZAHN, M Sc.D IMassachusells Inslitule oa Technology I
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering I 19'l. 19701.
ZAM. STEPHEN G, III, Ph D iUnersst\ ot Southern Calitornia
Assistant Professor of Zoology 1966- 197 1
ZAUNER. CHRISTIAN WALTER PhD Southern Illinois
University
Professor of Professional Ph) sical Education 1965- 19711.
ZAVELSON. THOMAS M D IDuke Lniversa
Resident in Pediatrics 11970 19701.
ZAVIN. SHIRLEY ANNE. M.A
Visiting Assistant Professor or Art 11970 19"'01
ZEIGLER JANET WATSON. Ni Ed
Interim Teacher. P. K Yonge Laboratory School 11969-19701
ZEITLER. RONALD G M D (Washington Universitly
Clinical Associate in Psychiatrl 7 1966-19661.


ZELAZNY LUCIAN WALTER Ph D IPolnechnic Institute or
Virginial
Assistant Prolessoir Assisani Soil Chemsli IFAS 11 -O.-19~0l
ZE.tAN JOSEPH IAb Ph D iLinisersil ol Chicago,
Associate Professor or Philosoph 1966- 9l66,
ZEPP. GLENN ARTHUR Ph D. IPenn Sie? Lr.nisersit i
Assisrant Professor i Assistant Agricultural Economist'. USDA.
IFAS 1 19'7-19'l .
ZETROUER W ALLACE FEASTER MS E
Assistant Professo )>' Electrical Engineerng 1 19-3- 19561
ZETTLER FRANCIS \ILLIAM Ph.D ICornell Uniersin i
Assistant Professor I Assistant Plant Pathologistl. IFAS
Agricultural Researcn and Educarional Center Belle
Glader 1966-7966,
ZIEGLER CAROLNN IOiCE M Ed
Asslisjnr Area Direc(or. Ditision of Housing r 19"0 19711
ZIEGLER. LOUIS \ILLIA i Ph D iUnitersit\ or Florida,
Professor of Fruit Croips I5 9.I30- 1958i
ZIEGLER. MER\ IN L M t
Interim Claduate Teaclung Assistanr in Speech 1 1966-19'70
ZILLER. ROBERT C Ph D lUnniersitl ot Michigan]
Professor and Chairman of P-)chologs i 19T-. 19701
ZIMMERM4AN IRENE Ph D LIn.sersu~. of Michigani
Librarian Reference and Biblihgraphy 11957- 1970i
ZIIIMERMNiN LELAND L Ph D Ilnisersilr o0 Wisconsinp
Professor ol Speech and Director of ThearreI 1955 -19681.
ZIMPFER WALTER HENRI MS
Associate Professor o0 C,,I Engineering 1 1950 19561 "
ZITTER THOMAS ANDRE\\ Ph D iMichigar. Stae Lin.ersal
4ssisrant Prolessor A.ssiitant Plant Pathologisrl If 4S.
Agricultural Research and Educational Center. Belle Glade.
S1968 19681
ZOLTEWICZ. Inhn Andrew Ph D IPrincclon Lnisersisi
Associate Professor of Chemltrr i1j3- 1969'
ZORNETZER. STE\EN F Ph D iUniscrsil of Calitorniai
Assislanr Prolessor or Neuroscience 1 197 11971
ZUBERO. JOSE L M.D IZaragoza Unsers.,i. Spaini
Clinical Associate in Ophrhalmologs i 1960- 19661
ZUE, VICTOR WAITO i S E
Assistant in Research ,n Electrical Engineering i ls69- 19691.
ZUMBRO. IAMES MARtlk MA N1
Assistant Professor or Music 11969-1969!,
ZWEIG MARIL'iN B Ph D iUniversil or Rochester
Asistant Professor of Philosoph\ I 196b- 1966L




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STAFF AND FACULTY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
COUNTY AND HOME ECONOMICS AGENTS
1970-71




AHRANO ELIZABETH CERMAK. B S H E
EienPion Home Economics Agent II'. Alachua Counts
,119-.195-1
ALLEN EDWARD M S A
Exten;ion Agent ,IlI Ornamenlali. ,ftutr-Countr 17960 19691
ALLEN JE'4NNE MARIAN 8S
Eirension Home Economic; Agent IIh Lake Counts
S1969- 1963
ALPHONSE SANDRA TAILOR B S
Extension Home Economics Agent ll Brosard Counts.
7 1966 19661
ALSTON ARTHUR DEAN, M Ag
Extenion Agent Agriculture I li adison Counts r 19".i 71'9"'
ANDERSON MrAE MILLER B S
Ertenion Home Economics Agent I ll Afadlon Counts
I lj7i 9631Y
ANDERSON MNAR% ETHEL B S
E fens.on Home Economics Agent IIl Columbia Counts.
S1969 7969.
iNDREB S. ADAM. TUCKER M Ag
EAienion Agent llll. Agriculture Alachua Counts
I 95-.-19-I I
ANDRE\\S RANCE A4DAIS B S A
Counts Ex enion Drrtcur lli. Hamilton Counis i 15-. 195i
BANIBLRG LINDA\DARNELL B S
Ertension Home Economics Agent ili. Santa Rosa Count,.
119-7.179-1
BARNMB BRUCE ALAN. AM S
Eifenslon Ageni Ornamentals & Iegetables IIlli Orange
Counts i 195- 19691
BASS BERNICE ODELL M SA
Counts E tension Drt-tor IIIll. Clades Counts 19b5- 1971i.
BASS JACK \ESLEN M Ag
f leniorn Agent Indian tork i II' 1965- 1969'
BA4SETr MF.MliE GOINS 8 S H E
E tension Home Economcs Agent 111I Hllsborough Count,
19s5-9bge i
BEARDEN IAMES \\ILLIANi BSA
Extensuon Agent RAD and LEsestock il, Susannee Counts
71921' 79' ,
BEEM IEAN i S A
Countii fEen'nin Dire S194.8-9691
BELLIZIO IAMES ERNEST MS
Etlcrnion Agent Horrtculturte Ill Collier Counts I 7968-197U,
BENTLEN DiCKI DRESBACH B S
County Extension Home Economics Agent -*.-Hi I.
Gadsden Count 11966- 196b,
BIRREL -URILLA DRIGGERS BSHE
Efienson Home Economric Agent IItf Breiard Counts
i196 .19601
BIZETTE IU'TINE LAMBERT B SHE
Extension Home Economics Agent 4H r1,1 Dade Counts
I -l 1969'
BLACKBURN ALICE MARIE AM Ret
Eten_,on Home Economics Agent J-H li' Lake Counts
r 963 19"1i
BOARD SARAH MOORE BSH E
Elrenn.n Home Economii, Agenr Il Duadl Count,
I l 'O 7. liO]
BOSS FREDERICK EARL Ni 4
Ehrtension Agent L esiock llli. Palm Beach Countv.
Si7l- 719' ,
BRADDOCK THOMAS HANSEN I S A
Ercn.cin Agenl Da3ir & 1LesItok Mfuli Count% Ili
19 196oI
BRADLEN RICHARD LEONARD B 5 A
Extension Agent i l Sumter Counts i 19-5-19b63


BREELAND, CLIFTON HUGHEY, B.5
Ex ension Agent 4-H fl), Escambia County (1969-19691.
BROCK, MARGUERITE RISH, B.S H E
Extension Home Economics Agent (llt. St. Lucie County
S1946 1962.'
BRODIE JANE MARIE BS
Extension Home Economics Agent ill, Ba Counts. (1977-1971).
BROWN NETTIE RUTH. B S HE
Extension Home Economics Agent (ll), St Johns County
,1960 1969'
BURGESS JANE RANDAL. B S HE
Evtension Home Economics Agent (IIi. Jackson County
0954-7 969
BURGESS RAMIOND HUNTER MN.S.A
Count Extenson Director I lli, Hendrsy Counts 17962-19691
BURTON. JR THOMAS ROLAND AM Agr.
Acting County Extens.on Director. ill. Dixie County.
i1977.197 I1.
CAMNERON JOSEPHINE MOORE. AM Ag
Exten.ion Home Economics Agent Illl, Polk County
(1953-19691"
CAMPBELL. |OHN DOUGLAS. B S A
Coun~ fE tension Drector (11i1. Dade County 194- 1969J.
CANTY BESSIE IACKSON. M S.
Extensiun Home Economics Agent till. Duoal Counts
i19h3.79691
CARDELL IEANETTE SMITH 1 S
Extension Home Economics Agentr iI. Palm Beach County,
719 '0. lq 0l
CARMICHAEL. OTIS EUGENE IS
Extension Agent IIll. Ornamentals. Polk County I 1968-19711.
CARR HORACE MIXON. B.SA
Counts Etenson Director ilh, Bas Count) 1951.19511
CASTELLO MARN JONES BS
Extension Home Economics Agent-l-H lt Holmes
Counts. i1790-19'01
CAUSE' JOHN HIALMAR. BS A
Extension Agent Vegetables & Sugar Cane illI Palm Beach
Count r 1948.-16691
CHAIMPAGNE ROYIEAN NIS
Exteniion Agent Poultri I llI. Dade County 11953-1969).
CHANDLER. ISAAC R B S
Etrension Agent Agriculturajl I Hamilton Count)
19'2- 19b3'
CLARK BERNARD HENTZ B S A
Elension Agent Liveslock I iI, Gadsden County
11948-1969)
CLARK. ELIZABETH DA IS B S
E pension Home Economics Agent ill, Dade County
1965 1969i
CLARK KENNETH AMES. B S A
Counts Eftens-on Director llsl Sarasota Counry 1942-19691.
CLARK ,IRCINIA CARR. BS.H E.
Eitens;on Home Economics Agent (11l. Wallon County
17953 1960 *"
CLASSON DOROTHN IACOBSON B S
Extensron Home Economics Agent tilli. Lee County
S11 59-19A9,
CLA) RALPH THOMAS B SA
Counts EA ension Direclor it 11 Putnam County 1 19-9-79691.
COBB IEONARD CLARENCE, M.Ag.
County Elension Director 11I. Levs Count) 195. 19691.
COCHRAN. NANNIE NMOXLEY B.S
Exlension Home Economics Agent IllI. Polk County,
11971-19 1i
COLLINS LEALA REAVES B S
Eftenson Home Economics Agent 4il. Orange County
I1953-19691
COLLINS. WILLIAM EARL. B.S.A
Extenson Agent ill. Liestock, lackson Coun), (1951-19631.
COOMIBS %IRGINIA HILL, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H (ill, Hillsborough
Count) i1954 19691
COWEN EDWARD JAMES M Agg
Counts Extension Director Ill Escambia County I7955-19591
COWEN WILLIAM |OSHUA. B S .
Counts Extension Director IIIt. Union County (1946-1948).







STAFF AND FACULTY


CREEL, MEREDITH ANN, B S.H E.
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H III Sussannee
Counts 1969-19691
CREWS. IULIUS PAUL. B.S A
Counts Extension Director tllll. Susannee Count)
11953-19691.
CRESS. IR WALTON NELSON MS.Agri
Extension Agent Horticulture ill, Manatee Counts.
11970-19701
CUMMINGS JAMES FREDERICK, M Ag.
Extension Agent ll., Brossard Counts 1 96 1-9691
CUNNINGHAM. DOROTHY C., B S H E
Extension Home Economics Agent i i. Escambia County
S1966- 966).
CURTIS ROBERT GEORGE, BS A.
Count) Extension Director illll. Lee Counts 7952- 19701
DAIGLE. LOUIS IOHN Mi Ag.
Extension Agent Illi Ornamentals Dade Count) 1960-19701
DALTON JOSEPH DAID, Ph.D UniveiFsit of Massachusells'
Extension Agent IIlIlI Soils Dade Counts 1l1961-19691
DAVIS. HENRY PITTMAN. B S.A
Count} Extension Director illi Taylor Count) 1950-19541.
DAVIS, JOHNNIE EVERE TT. M Ag.
Count) Extension Director illl. I ashington Counts
11948-19691
DAVIS ROBERT MARION, hi Ag.
County Extension Director i'lli. Polk Counts 71960 19691
DAVIS, RUNNETTE HITCHCOCK. NM A
Extension Home Economics Agent II), Dade Counts
(1968-1968.1.
DAWSEY. POSTELLE GILPIN B S
Extension Home Economcs Agent IllI, Maaron Counts
(1957-1969)
DAWSON. ALBERT DOUGLAS B S A
Count) Extension Drector fill. Hernando County) 1966- 1969,
DEMAREE MICHAELE M S A.
Extension Agent 4-H lI, Leon Counts i 1969. 1969,
DEVOLL DAVID ALLYN. M.S.A
Extension Agent Il vegetables Mulh-Counts 11968 19681
DILBECK. JIMES DAVID. M S
Extension Agent II. Vegetables. Multi-Count) i1969--19771
DINKINS. PAUL LEROY. M Ag.
Counts Extension Director i lli St. lohns Counts 1956- 7969,
DIXON, BARMELL BLEDSOE B S H E
Extension Home Economcs Agent ill, Pasco Counts
11963-19631
DORSEY, TABLE STRONG B S
Extension Home Economics Agent ill Alachua Count)
i1968-1968i
DOWNS. ROBERT DONALD. B S A.
Extension Agent \ egetables i III Hillsborough Counts
S195'-1969.'
DRAVES. DOROTHY ENGLE B S H E.
Extension Home Economics Agent I lli. Pinellas Counts
i1962-1969)
DRUELL. DONNA LEMASTER. B.A.
Extension Home Economics Agent III Duval Count)
11970-19701.
DUKES. NEIL MATTHEW. B S
County Extension Director 0 ll. Columbia Counts
(1952-19691
DURDEN. BOBBY RAY. B S.A
Counts Extension Director (III. Wakulla County i 1961-19681
DURRE. NOLAN LOYD M.S
Extension Agent vegetabless (Illl. Dade Count) 1952-1969.
ELKINS, RUTH MCKEOWN B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent i Ill Polk County
11942-19691.
ELMORE. ANNIE SUE. M S.
Extension Home Economics Agent illt Washington Counts
11960-79601.
ERGLE, MARY ELLEN. B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H 1 Pasco County,
11968-7968)
ESTES, lAMES BARRY, M Ag.
County Extension Director I(1l11 Franklin Countsy 1958-19691.
FARRELL, WILBURN CARLOS. M.A.


Count) Extension Director 111. Alachua Counts i 1951-1969I
FENDER. DOROTHY ANN. B S
Extension Home Econom.cs Agent Ill Manatee County
11970-19'0i
FULMER, JUDSON TODD. hi Ed
Counts- Etension Director Ill Nassau County 1 195-1966)."

GARDNER %IRGINIA DICKENS BS HE
Extension Home Economics Agent Ill. Pnellas County
i195 -1.9701
GEORGE. DONALD ATkINSON B.S A.
Counts Extension Director Ill Sumter Counts 1954-19b0l.
GIFFORD. DOROTHY YOUNG B.S
Erlension Home Economcs Agent Ill), Bro%\ard Count-
1962 196'".
GILL LOUISE L BSHE
Extension Home Economics Agent I Ii. Seminole Counts
1968- 19681
GLASSCOCK PAUL EDWIN, B 5
E tension Agent Dairsingi ll' Hillsborough Counts
1195'-71991
GLENN ,OODRO\, %\ILSON M Ag
Count) Extension Director Il lackson Counts 1944-19441
GLISSON. JAMES MILTON B S A
Count) Extension Director illi Liberts County 11966-19711
GODBOLD THOMAS IESSE BS A
County Extension Director Itl. Clay Counts 11963-19691.
GOLDt\EBER SEIrMOUR B.S.
Extension Agent Fruit Crops MultirCount) I I) i 1960 -1969,.
GREGORY MARIORIE BUTLER BS.H.E
Extension Home Economics Agent Illi. Gadsden Count)
1952- 19691
GRIFFIN RALEIGH SIDNEY M.NAg
Extension Agent IIIt. Vegetables and Floxers. Palm Beach
Counts i'19-719 7. 01
GUIDRY. MALCOLM MICHEL MS
Extension Agent Ornamentals & 4-H il)I Lee Counts
S1971.1971

HADDOX. JACKSON ALEXANDER NM Ag
Counts Extension Director Illt. Lake Counts 1957-1969)
HALUSKY MikRILNN jEAN B S
Eatenson Home Economics Agent ili \\akulla Count)
S1969- 9691
H4MILTON PATRICK REYNOLDS. B S.
Extension Agent 4-H and Agriculture. Marion Count)
17971- 19711
HAMPTON, CH RLENE. B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent Il. Hlltsborough Counts
i1970-19"01.
HAMRICK OLI% ER RUDOLPH. M %g
Counts Extension Director Il I Madison Counts i 1950-1969.1.
HARPER EMILY GARMANY. B.S
Extension Home Economic, Agent III, Dutal Counts
S1966-1966.1
HARRELL AUBREY LUTHER M Ag
Counts Extension Director ,I1. Baker Count)y 1950-7952;
HARRIS BERT JEROME. BS A
County Extension Director tlllt. Highlands Count)
11948-19691
HATCHER. WILLIAM LESTER. B 5 A
Counts Extension Director i III Charlotte Counts' 1954-1957)
HAUSER GRACE ROBERTS BS
Extension Home Economics Agent (t., Dade County
11970-19701
H4AYMAN. JACK CARLTON M.Ag
Counts Extension Director i ilI Hardee County 11953-1969)
HEBERT. OSCAR JOSEPH. IR M S
Extension Agent Lniestock Multi-Counts llh 1967-7969'
HICKS. ROBERTA CHERR' B S
Extension Home Economics Agent Ill Baker Counts
S1960- 960'.
HOLMES. MARY ALYCE i S
Extension Home Economics Agent 11) Dade Count)
i1966 19661
HOLMES RUTH ANN B.S
Ex tension Home Economics Agent II), Palm Beach Counts
i1971. 1971.1.




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STAFF AND FACULTY


HOOPFER LEAH BELLE B S
Extension Home Economic' Agentii ll Pinellas Counts
17969-19691
HORNE NiAR, JANE, B S
Etrension Home Econorics Agent ill Escambia Count\
I 19o -.97'11
HULL DEARMAND L R M ':
Exren,,on Agent Ornamentals ill Palm Beacn Counts
I I9- 179"I
HLUNT RICHARD MICHAEL B S A
Esrension -lgent-Markering, Il Dade Counts 11964. 969;
HURNER CEORGE TIMOTHY IR B S A
Extension Agent-CaIrus i/ Highlands Counts 1905 -1965'
HUTCHESON CLANTON ELBERT .MS
ELrenijon Agent Il C.irusl rlut Counts i1970-.19'0
INGLE DONA 4TKINSON NMS
Erension Home Economics .Agent il i laIajetre Count)
I '11. 19 0 ,
JACKSON ELIZA MOXLEt. B S H E
Counts Eltension Home Economics Ageni ill. Bas Counts
i 1962 19621
JACKSON IOHN LESLIE IR NM Ag
Etreniojn Agent Citrus Multi Counts II f 19b8 19'",
IASA FRANK JOSEPH B S A
Counts Emlension Director iIll Seminole 1195'-1.9691
IETER ANN PIERCE B S
Et>ension Home Economics Agent 7il7' Okalousa Counts
7l956-7969i
JONES ARLEN CL'NNINGH-AM B HE
Ekrens,on Home Economrs Agent llt, Palm Beach Counts
I1963-19L'I
ONES DELORIS MA1E B S
Extension Home Economics Agent Ill Madison Counts
I, 60 19b9,
JONES HAROLD CHARLES r. A
Erenson Agent Ornamenrals l Dusal Counts. 9"I.-1971.
JONES SANDRA RAI B S
Ettension Home Econom(cs AgentII /7'asau Counti
1 l965.- 769
JORDAN DONALD FEAGIN Mi A
Count) Erension Drector Illi Flagler Count) i 90Yl 19."0i
IORCENEN MILFORD CHRISTEN M Ag
E pension Agent-Ornamental HotLrculture I lll
Hlljsb.orugh Cuunt1 i 1944. 79691
LOWERS HENRY EDGAR, .1 5S
Ellension Agent 4.H .A Agriculture IlI Suttannee Count\
119't 19"t
KEEDN. IATHERINE ROBERTS B S
threnson Home Economics Agent Ill Pinellas Counts
119',7 197 1
KEITH. KATHERSN LEE B S
Extension Home Economics Agent li Columbia County
i 197071970
KERSEN ALICE PACE Ni S
Ertension 4gentl-4- Hil Polk County i 197%.96'
KNIGHT JlIMM \ ERNON B S A
Extension Agent il. Breatrd Count 1 19'0 -19"7
LAIRD CUBIE RE\ONIE M Ed
Counrt Extension Direirtor llrt Cull Ciunr\ 7945-19691
LANDER DONALD WILSON NM A
Counts f4 enson Direc ro IIll' Collier Counts i 1950-79701
LEE FRANCES ELIZABETH B S
Extension Home Economi..c Agent I, loluia Count,
1 197 0. 19.'0
LINDSTROM ROBERT CARL NM S
Extensiorn Agent 4-H Ill Dusa Counr, 119"1-19.1
LITTLE FRANCES HEALING M.A
Eltens on Home Economics Agentil Dade Counts
I C7l). lv'U'
LIfTLEIOHN ELNICE MARIE B S.
Extension Home Economric Agent ii. Dual Counts
f c.1970 -1970
LOADHOLTZ IOSPEH LOLELL NM A
Counts fEuenson Director IIII, Bresard Counts 1967179,.1 I
LO 'DHOLTZ LARR' LEM IS 1MS
Extension Agent. Ornamenials--.H IIII. tolusia Counts
71967. '4 -ui

58


LUMNAN LINDA WHITTLE. B.S
EAtension Home Economics 4genr--1-H ll. Orange County
1968 -19681
MIADSON SHARON BOOTH. B S
Extension Home Economics Agent itI, Sumter Counti
179.' 1 79.71
MARTIN BARBARA M Ed
E tension Home Economics Agent Il. Hillsborough Counts
i 19 7- 19'7
MARTIN LINDA DIANNE. BS
Extension Home Economics Agent Ii. Marion County.
7977l-79'7
MCCAIN MARTHA SUE BS
Extension Home Economics Agent trll Bradiord County
1965 19651
MCCULLARS FORREST NOBLE. B S.A
Counts Extension Dieector-Agricullure IIll Indan Riser
Counr I 71953.1955
MCNUIT ROLLIN HARRIS JR B S A
County Extension Director ili,. Manatee Counts
S1961-19691
MCREE A1NICE ROILAND. B S
Elrtenison Home Economics Agent Ill Su.annee County,
1970. -19.70
IMEADO\\S IEANETTE M.5
Extension Home Economics Agent I ll Hernando County
17963 19651
MtDLER. INA SUE. B S
Eriens.on Home Economics Agent I. Palm Beach County
i197.-19711
MEDLIN QUENTIN. B S
Counts Extension Director (ll Citrus Counts 11947-19501
MELTON FRANK MAh4ER MS
Eluension Agent--.H & Horticulture /I, Sarasota County
0196."196"'
MILLER DANMON M S
EArens.in Agent ill Leon Counts 11970-1970I.
MILLER. 1AMES CHARLES BS
Estension Agent----I.Hitl, Madison County) 1944 79691
MILLER RUTH ANN B.S
Extension Home Economit( Agent ill Pola Counts
i79h9. 9 1I1
IMONTGOMER' ROBERT TERRENCE. B S A
Extension Agent-l-H Ill. Manatee County 11968-19681.
MOORE M-4R' ALLEN. M.A T.
Extension Home Economics Agent I ll Orange County
l1954-19691
MOORE RALPH WILLIA B S
Extension Agent-Communicarions & 4-H IIli. Dade County
il96--19691
MORRIS, III lAMES BUICE N S
Extension Agent ii Holmes Counti i 19.'0-19701.
MOSER JOHN EUGENE B.S
Extension Agent--l-H and Lseslock ilI. Alachua Count,,
,1969-1969i
MULLINS DANIEL EUGENE t S
Extension Agent. Ornamentals ill Escambia County,
119'0. 19701
MURA4RO RONALD PETER. MS
ElIension Agent Farm Management ill, Polk County.
119'I-19711

NE\%BURN GEORGE HILDRED B.S 4
Extension Agent Ill. Broward Counts 1197'0-19'07
NIX, FERN SUILPHIN B S H E
Extension Home Economcs .Agent (Ili. Santa Rosa Countys
1I954- 9541
NORTON MARTHA BURDINE. M.S H.E
E tension Home Economics Agent lll Martin County
01952 1956i.
ODOM. ALBERT HILL. Mi S A
Counts Extension Director (Ill, lellerson Counts 1(194'-79511.
O QUINN CLARENCE FENTRESS. B.S 4.
Extension Agent Poultry i l), Hillsborough Counts
(1954-1969L.
OSWLT THOMAS WILLIAM, M.S A
Extension Agent Citrus Illhi. Polk County 11963- 19691







STAFF AND FACULTY


P4RRAMORE ANN WOOD, B A
Extension Home Economics .Agent illi. Leon Counrt
S196.-19671
PASTORIUS. EDWIN STANTON. B S.
Extension Agent Ornamental Horticulture iIll. Sarasota
Count) 17958-7969i
PAlTEN jACK DOWELL B S A
County Exrenson Direcror il11I. Okaloosa County
11955-19691
PAULK HAR\ EN TIMOTHY Mi Ag
Counts Extension Director II111 Calhoun County 1195- 1969'
PENNER. RUTH TANLOR. B S
Extension Home Economics Agent Ili. Hillsborough County
119'0-1970i
PERRI. IR\ IN MCV\E, B S
Extension Agent Ornamentals I l Pinellas Count)
1969-1969'
PHILLIPS. WILLIAM JOSEPH. IR M.S
Extension Agent Horticulture MfullrtCounrs IIw.
196"'-19691
PREATT. ANN N ANLANDINGHAM B A.
Extension Home Economis Agent ill. Cla) County
11970-19701
PRICE. RAYBURN KENNETH. hM Ag
Count) Extension Director Iflll. Okeechobee Count)
1952-19711
PRIOR. ROBERT SHEPHERD. B S
Count) Etension Director illli. Palm Beach Count)
1 1946-969'
RHODEN JAMES LLO'D M Ag.
Count) Extension Director illll, Leon County 11946 -19691
RICHARDS JAMES EDWARD. M 5 A
Extension Agent Citrus fIll Hlisjborough County
I7969-19701
RITENBURGH IMOGENE DALLAS B S H E
Extension Home Economcs Agent fll, Clas Counts
I1964-196i41
ROBERTSON EDWENA IEANETTE B S HE
Extens,on Home Economics Agent IIllI Escambia Count)
1954.19691
ROE, MARY ANN. B S
Extension Home Economics Agent I ll. DeSoto County,
S1967-1967-.
ROSE SNLVESTER ALEXANDER M.S
Extension Agent Ornamentals IIII, Brexard Counts
S1956-1969, *
ROWAN CHARLES EDISON NM.Ag
Extension Agent 4.H & Agriculture il I. Pmellas Count)
(1954-19691 "
ROWAN. EDSEL WRIGHT B S A
County Extension Director Itll., Marion County 11950 19691
ROZAR. LUTHER LNNSON. M.Ag
County Extension Director Agriculture Ili Pasco Count)
71958 19691
RUSSELL IOHN COLEMAN M Ag
Counrt Extension Director fIll'. Gadsden Count) I 1952-19?70
SANDERS KENNETH MICHAEL M 5
County Extension Director ttll, DeSoto Countivi 1969-1969).
SATCHER. JO' WREN B S
Extension Home Economics Agent till, Bresard County
(1966-1971;
SCOn, LENZN MAURICE, M.4g
Extension Agent Beef Cattle Multi-County 111i 17955-1969)
SHEPARD. M4AR TVLER. B A
Extension Home Economics Agent I ll, Broiard Count)
119701-79701.
SHIRAR MAR LOU WAVMIRE. M S
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H 11ll; Palm Beach
County 1959- 19 70
SHOPTAW W'YN WEAER, B S
Extension Home Economics Agent ill. Duval County
17970-1970i
SIMPSON VICTORIA MAGALINE. B S.
Extension Home Economcs Agent iilI Dade County
(1949-19701
SMITH, CLARA ANN. B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent Ilt. Pasco County
(1963-1963I.


SMITH, JAMES BLANCH RD B S A
County Extension Director IIli. Osceola Count 17950- 1969i
SMITH. RICHARD HERBERT, N S
Extension Agent itl Columbia County i 19O- 19701
SMITH, WILLIAM CARLTON IM 4g
County Extension Director I/II Laiayette Counts
11957 19651
SOLGER. DA ID MERRiTT NM Ag
Extension 4gent Dairsing and Poultry I lll Polk Counlt
i1962-19701
SPEARS JACK JAMES N S
Extension Agent Agriculture iIli Sant Rosa Counts
11965 1969'
STANLEN PAULA PARIS B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent ill Citrus Counyt
11964-1964).
STONEROCK SHARON B S.
Extension Home Economics 4gent ill Les Counts
i91' 7971i.
SUMMER SIDNEN LANIER. M S
Extension Agent Beet Cattle it111. Polk Countvr 1965-19691
SWANSON HENRY FREDERICK. Nr S A
County Extension Director il\ I. Orange County i 1948-19691
TAMBURO SAL% TORE AMIMUL4L JR Ph D ILUniersi l ou
West Viginial
Extension Agent Horticulture III/t. Orange Counts
11966-1970).
TANKERSLEN MARILEE MNANGRUM B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent 4-H iI'. Okaloosa
Counts 1969-79691.
TAYLOR. BOBBY LEE. M.Vg
County Extension Director ill Bradtord Counts i 19b3-19711
TA'LOR. LAWRENCE DENNIS. NM.Ag
County Extension Director li, Holmes County 1 7954-1958J
THOMAS SARAH K\LER. B S
Extension Home Economics Agent ill MAarion Counts
11954. 1969
THOMASTON. IMIES EDSEL M Ag
Count) Extension Director Ill. W,'alton Counts 1954. 19691
THOMPSON ESSIE HOCAN B.S H E
Extension Home Economics Agent illI. Putnam Counts
l1961 19631
THOMPSON. ETHEL PASCHALL B S
Extension Home Economics Agent i Il Taylor County
i1957-195'1
THORNBERRN IUDN MARIE, B S
Extension Home Economics Agent ill Dade Counts
11970-1970).
TILESTON. MARILNN DIETRICH B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent iiti, Osceola County
(1956-19561
TOWERS DOROTHN AGNES B S
Extension Home Economics Agent 1ili, Dade County
17969-19'1
TOWSEND. DALLS BARTON B S A
Extension Agent J-H and Li\estock Illi. Collier Counts
17965- 970i
TOWNSEND, THOMAS RALPH Mi Ag
Counts Etlension Director Agriculture i Ill, \olusra
County i 948-19t69
VALENTINE. MARIAN BULLARD B.S H.E
Extension Home Economics Agent Iill. Lake Count)
(1954-1969p
VERNON BETTN MARTIN B S HE
Extension Home Economics Agent I i \olusa Count)
1969-19691.
WADE. WAYNE THEODORE, M.Ed
Extension Agent Beei Ill, Hllsborough Counts
(1961-19691
WALKER, JAMES HENRN, M S A
Extension Agent Soils and Agronom) il/I. Escambia Count)
S1949- 19701
WALKER, MARTHA MARIE, B S
Extension Home Economics Agent II, Leon Count).
(19'0 79701
WALTHALL CHARLES MIDDLETON M S
Extension Agent Beef Cattle Multi-Count) illl t96b- 196ci

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STAFF AND FACULTY





WATSON J4MES NICHOLS B S A
County E lension Direcror lI. Duval Countl 11946-19,71
WATSON LEWIS ELBVRNE, M 4g
Counts Extension Director llll Broitard Counts 11955-1969)
A 4TSON. M4ARN GLEE Mi S
Eltens,on Home Economics Agent llI. Lee Counts
i 19'"0 19-01
\%EBB HELEN PARKS B SH E
Extension Home Economics Agent (Hi, HIllsborough County
S1963- 1969'
\,EBSTER LINNETTE THAMTON. BS
Extension Home Economics Agent-4-H fil Putnam Count)
119t1 19-11
\%HELCHEL HUGH CALVIN BA
Counts Elension Director IIII,) Sr Lucie Count) 11956-19691
WHIGHAM NANCN BRIGHTMAN B S HE
Ex ension Home Economics Agent rll Pinellas Count)
11962. 1962
WHITE E WLMa BLODGET M S H E.
Extension Home Economics Agent ill Hamilton County
1 1955-19551
WHITTON, GILBERT MARSHALL M Ag
Counts Extension Director I ll Pinellas Countr 195'-1969).
wHITTf ROBERT BEZELLE, B S A
Counts Elxension Direcror-Horticulturist llj. Martin Counts
S1965-19-01
VILLIA`MS MARJORIE LUDEMAN B 5 HE
Extension Home Economrcs Agent illl Orange County
11952.1969'
l\ILLIAMS URSULA HICKS BS.
Extension Home Economics Agent i l), Gadsden County
17951 19691
H\OMBLE WILLIAM ROBERT B S.4
Etenfron Agenr--H and Agriculture Ill Le)y County
17966 19'1I
\'RRICK IERRN ALLEN M S
tErenonn Agent 4-HH II, Calhoun Counts 11967.19701
SrTES DIANE ELIZABETH BS
Elrenison Home Economics 4gentl li olusia Counts
i119"' 19"1'
ELL\ NGTON lAMES RUSSELL. iM Ag
Count) Extension Director iIlli Gilchrist Counts 11952.19691
NOUNG BECK) EPPERLN. BS
xtenio, H.o'me Economic Agent Ii Polk Countl.
179' -19'11
'OULNG SUE BETTERSWORTH. B S
Extension Home Economics Agentrtlll Breiard Counti
11953-. 69i
ZIEBART IOHN PAUL B S
Eyiension Agent il' Leon Counts 1 970-79"'0
ZORN M ILLIAM CARLTON MAg
Counts Extension Director Ii Santa Rosa Counts 17949-1953 .





STAFF AND FACULTY


MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY WHO
RETIRED SINCE JULY, 1968
AND
THOSE WITH EMERITUS STATUS
ABBOTT QUIDA DAVIS Ph D IUni.ersily of Missouri)
Home Economist Emeritus. Food Technology and Nutrition.
Agricultural Experiment Stations 119581
ALBERTSON RACHEL. B A
Editor, College ot Engineering iNot ember 30. 19691
ALLSION. ROBERT VERRILL Ph D iRulgers Unnersitl
Fiber Technologist Emeritus Exerglades Experiment Station
1179651.
ALSTON, CLIFFORD MS
Agricultural Economist IFAS i 956- 19691
ANDERSON. MONTGOMERY DRUMMOND Ph D IBrookings
University
Professor of Economics 1197-
ARNOLD LILLIAM E Ki S
Associate Botan,rs Emeritus. Plant Patholog .Agricultual
Experiment Stations 9 1958;
ARNOLD, P T DIX. M S A
Associate Professor Emeritus of Dairy Husbandrn and
Associate Dair) Husbandman Agricultural Experirment
Station i 9591
BACHMAN. HAROLD BURTON, B S
Professor Emeritus or Music r 1961
BANNISTER TURPIN CHAMBERS, Ph D IHariard Unilersilj,
D.F.A IDenison Uniersir.,
Professor of Architecture and Dean Emeritus of the College of
Architecture and Fine Arts 1 19661
BARTLETT GEORGE ROBERT. Ph.D lUnn.ersill ol Chicagon
Professor of Philosophy 1 94 "
BAUGHAN, DENER EVWINC, Ph D I)ale Unixersi i
Professor Emeritus of English 1 19671
B4ULT ROGER QUINCS. M A
Assistant Professor Emierlus of Ph si:al Scences i 19661
BE4TI ROBERT COLDER. L H D, NI A iLinilersilv o Florida,
Dean of Students Emerius 1 19601
BECKENBACH. JOSEPH RILES. Ph D iRurgers Unitersitry
Director Emeritus. Agricultural Experiment Stations 1796";
BECKER. RAMNOND BROWN Ph D lUni ers~l1 ol hinnesotai
Professor Emeritus ot Dairy Science. Darir Husbandman
Emeritus Agricultural Experimenr Stations ( 19631
BECKWITH STEPHEN L Ph D IUni\ersil\ ot Michigan,
Associate Prolessior Associate forester' Emeritus, IF4 A
School of Forest Resources & Conseriatron Agricultural
Experimenr Station 17948-1971#
BEISLER. ALTER HERMAN, D Sc Princelon Unier, T
Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering 1965)
BINGHAM. N ELDRED. Ph D Columbia UniLersiii
Professor Emerrtus o0 Education I 19I'7
BLACK. A4LIN PERCY Ph D iUn.xersit\ ol lotwa,
Research Professor Emeritus ol Chemistrs Prolessor Emeritus
of Environmental Science 1 79661
BLACKMON GULIE HARGROE Mi S A
Horticulturist Emeritus. Agricultural Experiment Station 19541
BLALOCK. LEWIS FLORENCE
Director of Admissions Emeritus 179661
BORDERS. HUE1 INGLES Ph D iUn.ieriisl ol Minnesolad
Professor IPlant Paihologistl IFAS. Agricultural Research
Center Fort LauderdaleI 944 19681
BOURKE NORMAN. M E
Professor Emertus of Mechanical Engineering 19601
BOYLES, CLIFFORD RAYMOND. A4
County Extension Director IlI. Okeechobee Countly (19711.
BRADY, MARNA ENABLE Ed.D IColumbia Universily)
Professor Emeritus of Comprehensive Logic 1 19711.
BRISTOL, LORIS ROOD. M.4
Assistant Professor of Education ( 19691.
BROWNE, ELEANOR BODE Ph.D vOhio Slai- Unnersilyi
Professor of Education 1969;
BRUNET, JOSEPH, Ph D. iSiantord L'niversa.y;
Professor Emeritus of Classical Languages 11967"
BURTON. CLAUDE C L.
Clinical Professor in Surgery 1 1971;


CALAWAY, WILSON THAYVER, M S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nematologisrl Emeritus IFAS,
Agricultural Experiment Station 1946- 19711
CALDWELL, WOFFORD T., M.5 E.D.
Associate Prolessor Emeritus o Building Consrruction
CALHOUN, EUNICE ZIPPERER M.Ed.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School i19701
CAMP ARTHUR FORREST PhD IWashington Uninerii
lice Director Emeritus Citrus Experiment Station1 79561
CARLETON, WILLIAM GRAVES, J D M A
Professor Emeritus of Hsloq and Political Science 1961
CARROLL. WILLIAM RICHARD Ph D LUniseriitl of MinnesoTai
Professor Emeritus of Bacieriologs I 1966;
CAR\ER WILLIAM ANGUS Ph D 'Slate Lniserils ol loai
Professor Emeritus of Agronomv. IF4S i 1964
CHILDERS. SALLIE RUSSELL. B S
Holmes Counlt Extension Home Economics Agent 111 '19771
CHRISTIE JESSE ROV, Ph D. IGeorge \\ahingloni
Nemarologist Emeritus Agricultural Experimenr
Stations i19601
CONNER FREDERICK %\
lice President tor Academic Alfairs, 19 77
CONSTANS, HENRI PHILIP LL B M i ~Uni.ersily of Iloali
Professor Emeritus of Speech 1 1965
COOPER. JOHN FRANCIS M S
Editor and Head of Editorial Department, Agricultural
Experiment Stations and Agricultural Evtension Service
Professor Emeritus 119611
CREIGHTON IOHN THOMAS Ph D IOho Slale Universilil
Emeritus Professor or Entomolog) 19691
CUMNIEE. CARROLL FLEMING MA E
Associate Professor Emeritus ot Education 19661

DANIS, ANTHONY LEO. M S
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Engineering 119671
DAVALUT JAMES W PhD iColumbia LniversitI
Proressor of Accounting 119471
D4AIDSON, ROBERT FRANKLIN. Ph D Itale Uni\ersil i
Emeritus Professor of Humanries 1 1962;
DAVIS. IOHN HENRY Ph D ILinnersirt of Chicago'
Professor Emerirus of Botany If4S i 1691
DEAN ROLLO H
Ass-stant Professor i Assistant Meleorologistl. IF45 NS S.
Agricultural Research Center I 19I'l
DICKENSON CARRIE ELIZABETH. M S
Professor Emeritus iClothing and Textile Spec Emeritusl,
IF45 19691
DOTI FRANKLIN AHASuERUS Ph D IUnisersitr or lowai
Professor of Histlor and Social Sciences and Dean Emeritus of
Unisersiat College 19717
DOVELL, IUNIUS ELMORE Ph D IUniversilv ol North Carolinai
Professor of Social Sciences 17968i.
DUER, MiARGARET DICKINSON B S in L S.
Assistant Librarian and Chairman of the Circulation
Department i 19681.
EBN, EDNA SIMS B S HE
\olusia County Extension Home Economics Agent IrII 119771
EDDINS. AUTHER HANMER, Ph D (Stale Uniersit ot lowai
Plant Pathologist Emeritus in charge Potato Insesrigation
Laboratory i 19bl
EDSON, SETON NORMAN M S
Associare Professor of Soils. IFA 11950-19581
EUTSLER. ROLAND BYERLN. Ph D IUniversit ot Penns\laanial
Professor of Econom.cs 179'
FARLEY ROBERT JOSEPH. I SD Iaale Unilersilc
Professor of Las' 17967.19321
FENN HENRI ANDERSON, LL B
Professor of Lan and Dean Emeritus College ur Lu
11948.19591
FERNANDEZ PEDRO LILLA. M A
Professor Emeritus of Spanish 19661
FIFIELD AILLARD MERWIN M S
Prosost Emertus for Agriculture 19621
FLANIGAN. FRANK MCCHESNE. M 4S M E.
Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering 1970;






STAFF AND FACULTY


FOOTE. PERRY ALBERT Ph D iUniersaly of W'sconsini
Dean Emeritus of the College ot Pharmaci and Professor of
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Director Bureau of Professional
Relations i 1967.
FORD ERNEST SIDNEN Ph D vLn.iersil\ ol Chicagoi
Professor Emeritus of Borans 19I711
FORESEE WILLIAM THOMAS Ph D ILInisersilt ol Florida,
Chemist Emeritus and Head Everglades Experiment Station
S19681
FOSTER CHARLES RICHARD Ed D Hardard L'nnrers.ir
Professor Emeritus or Education i 196hui
FOUTS E\EREfT LINCOLN Ph D iStale LUni.ersits lontai
Professor of Dary Science and Dairv Trchnologrst Emeritus
IFAS i 79'Oi
FOX. GEORGE GILLESPIE Ph D IPrinceron Universil
Professor Emer,tus of English 1 I163 .
FRENCH. ROW~LAND BARNES Ph.D iUniners.l or lo.a,'
Biochemist Emertus. Agricultural Erpetrment Station 11 961'

GAGER WILLIAM ARKINS Ph.D iPeabod Unisersil'.i
Professor Emertus il Mathema3tcs i 1968i
GELTZ CHARLES GOnLIEB M S F
Professor of Silt.culture Emeritus i 19661
GILCREAS F WELLINGTON A B
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Engineering i 1968B
COIN. COLEMAN JET. Pli D IUnnierisi or Floridai
Professor Emerrtus or Biological Sciences and Zoology 1 I1l7 1
GOODWIN FR4NK Ph D iUnn ersitI or Pennslthaniai
Professor Emeritus or Marlketin r 19651.
GRAHAM KLEIN H LL D IUni\ersitI ao Tampai
Professor Emeritus of Marketing 19651
GREENE ENGLISH MhAJOR B 5 4
Alachua Count) Extension Agentl I I 19' r
GROTH JOHN HENRY Ph D iUniersitl of Washingl-.on
Professor Emeritus of Humanities I 1903

HAMILTON. HENRI CLENN Ph D ICornell Uninersil,
Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Economics and *Igicullural
Economist Emerirus. Agricultural Experiment Stations and
Agricultural Extension Sern ce 1965'
HARKNESS RO'I WENDELL Ph D iUn-%er.is or Calirorniai
Associate Prorfesor r Associare Chemistlf tAS Agricultural
Research & Education Center Homestead 1 1945 1955
ilune 30 19711
HARRELL GEORGE THOMAS IR MND iDuke Unliersil)i
Dean and Professor lo Medicine Emeritus 1 19651
HARRIS HENRN CLA'iTON Ph D .Cornell Unsierista
Proressor Emeritus or Agronom IfAS 119691
HANNIE IOHN DALE B SA
Professor Emeritus ol Enromoloeg i19'11
HENDERSON IOSEPH RUSSELL M S
Professor IAgronomsti Emeritus 119691
HESTER. IANICE PARHAM 8 S in L S
Assistant Librarian. Catalog 19"'0
HINCKLE' ELMER DUMOND. Ph D iLIni.eriil, or Chicago,
Head Professor of Psychology Emeritus i 1963
HOLLINSHEAD B'RON S M A LL D IGrinnell Univers. it
L H D IMiami Universiyis
Professor of Humanities and Dean Emeritus of L'niersitr
College 7 196"'
HOLLIS ROBERT PARKER. BS
Assistant Professor Emeritus ol Industrial and S stems
Engineering 1968i
HUGGINS GEORGE THOMAS B SA
County Extension Director llll, Bradford Counts 119717
HUNTER GEORGE WILLIAM III Ph D lUniersilt of Illinoisi
Professor Emeritus of Microbfologs i 196'
HURFF GEORGE BRIAN. Ph D iLnisersit ot Pennsyltaniai
Professor of Economics 19701
HUSA \\ILLIAM JOHN. Ph D IUnitersrii or lowIna
Professor ol Pharmac) and Head or Departm~nt. Head
Professor Emerirus of Pharmacy 196 1
HUTCHERSON WILLIAM ROBERT. Ph D iCornell Unisersi.l
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics i 19691
INGLE. KELSEY H
Instructor P K longe Laborators School 19'11
IAMISON. F S. Ph.D iCornell Uninrsii


Professor iChairman Emeritus and HorticulturSlt. IFAS
91934-19681
IOHNS ROE L'ELL. Ph D (Columbia Uni ersityi
Professor Emeritus of Education 119711.
IOHNSON. LEVI MOTT B 5 A
Count Extension Director ill. Martin Count) 119711
KELBERT D\ ID GUSTAF ALFRED
Associate Horticulurist Emeritus. Cult Coast Experiment
Station 179651
KELSHEIMAER EUGENE GILLESPIE. Ph D IOhio Sale Uni.ersil\l
Professor Entomologistl Emeritus IFAS Cult Coast
Esperrment Staicirn 19J42-19691
KIDDER RALPH h\`hMAN M S
Animal Husbandman Emeritus r 9681
KIRk \ILLIAM GORDON Ph D ilona Slate Lniversilvt
Emeritus Anrmal Scientist and Emeritus Vice-Director Range
Cattle Experiment ration I 19bBr
KLUCE RALPH W
Professor Emericus Cslt Enginr-ering i 19"'
KNORR. LOUIS C Ph.D iCornell Unnseisasit
Professor Plant Pathologisti. IFAS Agr.culrural Research &
Education Center. Lake Alfred 17'8- 19591
KOKOMOOR FRANKLIN WESLEN Ph D IUnwversit ot Michigani
Prolessor Emeritus oi hfathematrc anrd Asironoms and
Head or Department I 19b0
KRONSBEIN JOHN
Proressor Emerilus Engineering Meallurgical and Materials
1179 1
KUNDEL TEWES Mi S
Associate Professor or Electric l Engineering i 19701
KURTZ ALBERT K Ph D IOh.o Stale Universitvy
Professor Emeritus or Psicholog, I 19681
LACKED JAMES BRIDGES. Ph D IColumbia Universitvl
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Science 119651
LARRICK THOMAS. M.Aich
Professor Emeritus of Architecture r19"11
LEWIS EDWARD HASKELL M A
Associare Professoorof Mechanical Engineerrng 119691.
LIPSCOMB RALPH \ ALDO Mi S
Associate Prolessor IAssociate Agionornistl Emertus. IFAS,
North Florida Experiment Station aranna LUnir 19701
LITTLE EDNAS
Extension Home Economics Agent Ill. IFAS Countv
Vork r 19 I i
LITTLE WINSTON WOODARD. M A
Dean and Professor Emeritus Unitersit, College 19621
LOkE CATHERINE HANNES. iM A
Sarasola Counit EAtension Home Economics Agent Il11f 19701
MACTA\ISH HELEN BONE BSA
Dade Countr Extension Home Economics Agent 119691
NMARTINSON, EARL PEHR. i A
Professor Emerilus of Inrlutlral and Ssrtems Engineering
i 1964
MASE DARREL ]A] Ph D IColumbia Uninersily
Dean Emeritus of Health Related Professions 1 19"I
MCCALL EMMETT DEHR'L B S A E
Counts Extension Director iIl. Class County I19701
MCCUBBIN EARL NOEL Ph D ICornell Uni.ersitlI
Horrirulturilf Emeritus Potato Investigarions Laboratory
i1966-
MCDONALD FRANCES MN BS in L S
Associate Librarian. Catalog 1 19701
MCINTOSH. PLEASANT RA '. M F A
Professor Emeritus of Art f1968'
MCLENDON IDA RUTH Ph.D IOhio State University
Associate Professor Emeritus of Education 119671
M.CMULLEN KENNETH SMITH M Ag
Professor Emeritus i Etension District Agent Emeritusl,
IFAS 19691
MEHRHOF. NORMAN RIPLEY. M Ag
Professor Emerntus of Poultry Science. Poultry Husbandman
Emeritus Agricultural Experiment Stations 1963i
MELENEN. HENRY, i D IColumbia Universilvi
Professor Emeritus of Medicine 1966-1966).
MILLS. NELLIE DAUGHTRY B S
Dual County Exlension Home Economics Agent f1ll1 19701.






STAFF AND FACULTY


MORRIS, CHARLES WILLIAM. Ph D IlUniersoir of Chicagoi
Graduate Research Professor Emerius of Philosophl 1 19581.
MORSE WALTER PRIEST. Ph.D ULimnersit of Florida'
Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics 1 19711.
MUEHLNER FELI\ LI D (Frederick William Germansi
Professor Emeritus of Management 1 79691
MUMA. MARTIN H Ph D IUnnersty or M'aryland'
Professor IEntomolog.sti, IF4S Agricultural Research &
Education Center. tale Alfred
MYERS FRANCESCOLMILLE i 4A
Assistant Professor of Mathematics i 11'. i
NELLER IOSEPH ROBERT Ph D IRutlers Unilers.hi
Soils Chemsr Emeritus Agricultural Experiment Stations
'1962,
NEWTON TISSOT ARCHIE Ph D iOhio State ULniersit
Entomologist Emerrrus Agricultural Experiment Stations 1964'
NICKELSON WILLIAM RD
Assistant Professor Emeritus Electrical Engineering 19"t
ORAS, ANTS
Professor Emeritus of English (19711
OSTEEN AL14\A OODRO\ MA S
Professor Emertus i Superc.sor Emeritus of the Florida
National Egg LaEing Testi IF4AS 1969'
OWENS MAXWELL OWENS MI Ag
Count) Extension Director ill Hernando Countr I1970
OXFORD. 1AMES T B S A
Count\ Extension Director Ill0. Brevard Counts 19"711
PAYNE ANCIL NEWTON. Ph D iUniersilv of Illino..
Professor Emeritus of Hisrors i 170i
PENNINGTON CLARK WILLIAM C E
Professor Emeritus & Associale Professor or Mechanical
Engineering 1 19 '1
PETERSEN ERHART GUSTAF ID AM B A
Associate Professor Emeritus of Accounting i 769A
PHANEUF. VICTOR S B S E
Associate Professor Emeritus of Building Conrrrucion I 19691
PHILPOTT, FRANK Ed D INevw ork Unisersit,
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Phssical Education r 1967'
PLATT. WILLIAM J JR M S A
Professor Emeritus iExtension District Agent EmerluS IF AS
S19681
PRESCOTT. FORD LEWIS Nt E
Professor Emeritus ot Mechanical Engineering 179b03
PRICE JOSEPH EDWIN BAE
Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences. Adsiser 1796P8
REA\ ES, CLARENCE W MSI 4
Professor Emeritus of Darv Science. 119'1
RIEF DAVID C
Associate Professor or Boran\ 1 19711
REITZ, JULIUS WANNE Ph D IUnisersitn of Wisconsin LL D
ITusculumi LL D Clni.ersilt of M.amii D Sc Ilacksonrille
UniversiT i LL D (Colorado St tie
President Emeritus of the Unitersr I1 196.7i
RING, ALFRED A Ph.D iNe Nork L'nnersrs,
Professor of Real Estate and Chairman of Department of Real
Estate and Urban Land Studies 11947- 19"01
ROBERTSON CHARLES ARCHIBALD. L.II D IUnliers,\ of the
South,
Professor Emeritus of English 119651
RUFF WILLIAM Ph.D itale Unisersitl
Professor Emeritus of English 1 19691
SALT, ELLIS BENTON, Ed D INe, 'ork University I
Professor Emeritus of Professional Physical Education i 196'"
SANDERS. DORSEY ADDREN. D V M IKansas Sale College
Professor Emeritus I eterrnariani, Institute or Food and
Agricultural Sciences 19681
SCHMIDT DORIS THEODOTIA M4 A
Professor Emeritus of Mlusic 19661
SCHOONMAKER LUCAS ELMENDORF B S E E
Associate Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering I 19661
SHIELDS MLIRR W', Ph D IUni ersiti of Washingtoni
Professor Emeritus of Economics 19691.
SHOEMAKER, IAMES SHELDON Ph D IUniversil1 of Minnesoial
Professor of Food Science Emeritus and Horticulturisr
Emeritus. Agricultural ftperiment Stations 11966'


SIMONS JOSEPH H Ph D. iUn.sersilh oI Californial
Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering I 19671.
SKELLETT. ALBERT MEL\ IN Ph D IPrincelon Unilersitl,
Professor Emeritus ot Electrical Engineering i 1969i
SMITH CHARLES BASSEL Ph.D iUn. ersit of Wisconsinl
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics I 1968I
SMITH DOROTH MhR'f MA Ed
Dean Emeritus College of Nursing 1 19711
SMITH EUGENE PATRICK B S A
Marion Counts Exrension Agent i I 19'11
SMITH. FREDERICK BURE 4N Ph D Itowa State UniRersil~
Professor of Soils Emeritus and Microbiologist Emeritus
Agricultural Experiment Stations 196 t"
SMITH WINSTON OLI ER. Ph D IPurdue Uniners~il,
Professor Emeritus or Mechanical Engineering 19681
SPACE. GEORGE DANIEL Ph D INe.w ork Uni ersisli
Professor Emerfius of English and Education 1 1969'
SPENCER ERNEST LEM ITT Ph D IRulgers Un.iersii i
SolIs Chemist Emeritus and -ead Culf Coast Experiment
Station 119681
STARR NATHAN COMFORT Ph D IHarard n~isersl
Professor Emeritus or Enghsh and Humanities 119631
STEPHENS. RUSSELL HAMPTON. B S
Cadsden Counri Extension Agent l 1970'
STO\ER LORENHAIGHT
Assistant in Horticulture Emerius t\ watermelon and Crape
In\estgarlons Laborators 17965'
SUIT R F Ph D Ohio State LUniertsrii
Prclie:sor IPlan Paiholo ,ugi Agr.cultural Research
a Education Center Lake AlIred I F4 1Aprd 31 19"1i
SWANSON LEONARD ERWIN D \ tM Ohio Stale Un .ersitli
Professor Emern~us Parasitologisti. Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences i Q -67
THOMPSON WILLIAM LOUDEN BS
Entomologsl Emertus Citrus Slation i 962b
THORNTON GEORGE DANIEL Ph D ilora State Unnersilti
Professor and Ass'stant Dean for Resident Instrucrton IFAS
11941. 19561
TODD MARN LEAH B S HE
Palm Beach Counri Evtenson Home Economcs Agent 11969)
TORRACA PASQU ALE MARIO
Prulessor Emeritus. Department of Architecture 1196-11
TO\WNSEND RUTH O\ERSTREET RN
Senior Research 4ssisant IFAS i lQ691
TURNER CLOVER MNANUEL LL B
Head Emeritus Department of Special Programs Division of
Continuing Educalion 19681
TUTTLE FRANK \WALDO Ph D IUn'riiesrls ol lowai
Professor Emeritus of Economics I 196~1
TfSON A1NIE LEE
Senior Research Assisrant iLbi ar ', IFAS 1 1958 19691
WALLACE. AL% IN T
Professor Emeritus. IFAS. Research Administration 19"71
W ARFEL HARR' REDCA' Ph D 1ale Uniners.itl
Professor Emeritus or English 1796b'
WATKINS JOHN \ ERTREES. M S A
Professor Emeritus or Ornamental Horticulture 19631
WATKINS, MARSHALL OW'EN, D P A Hartard Unisersiti
Dean Emeritus. D,\isson or Cont.nuing Education and
Dean for Eibeniron Emeritus. IF r 1969'
W\EBER GEORGE FREDERICK Ph D iUniserstv ol Wisconsinm
Professor Emerrius of Plant Parhologs (1964J
WEBER IRUING L
Professor Emertlus Sociology I 1971
WEIL JOSEPH D Sc ,lackion,,lle Lin.eriL-sll
Dean Emeritus. College of Engineering 119661
WELLS THOMAS NATHAN. B S EE
Linisersisl Business Manager i cI50 -19'01
WEST STANLEN LEROY LL B. B S in L S
Director of Libraies Emeritus and Professor of Librars
Science Emeritus 196'-
WESTCATE. PHILIP JOHN Ph D ICornell Unisersil\i
Professor IHorticullurstt IFAS. Central Florida Experiment
Station i1943-19601







STAFF AND FACULTY


%HITTEMNORE HIRAM D
Associate Pro ssor IFA4 Agricultural Research and
Educaronal Center at Belle Glade 19"It
\%HITNER BENJAMIN F IR. BS A
Assstant HIriculturrst Emeritus Central Florida Experiment
Station 11967'
WILCUS. % A CCURTIS Ph D iUniversits of Wisconsinj
Professor Emeritus or tistorv and Director Emeritus,
Caribbean Conlerences i 196b 1
WILLIAMiSON ROBERT CROZIER, Ph D IUniersitr ol
Wisconiin,
Prcfel,.s.s r Emerrrus of Ph sics r 19621
WILSON jOHN WVALLACE Sc D iHarvard Uninersiji
Inromolc'gist Emertus, Central Florida Espertment
Station I 1966)
WILSON WILLIAM HAROLD Ph D. IUninersti oI Illinoisi
Professor Emeraius of Mathemrtics and Logic Counselor
S19591
V\ISE. 1ICOB HOOPER. Ph.D IPeabodN Instiulel
Chairman Emerrus Jo Comprehensive Course Read-
ing Speak.ng and W'riing and Professor Emerirus
or English 11964,
WOLFE HERBERT SNOW Ph D IUnwers.f oi Chicagoi
Professor Emeritus of Fruir Crops Insttilue of Food and Agn-
cultural Scences 19641
NODER LO\ELL CURTIS M A
.ssociale Professor Emeritus of Marketrng i 19671
iOUINC, CANNING K MI.. M. 4 F A
Professor Emeritus of Architecture (19711.


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STAFF AND FACULTY


LIST OF DECEASED STAFF

1968-1971


ANDERSON, THOMAS AUBREN M.A
Assistant Professor of Education and Assistant Director,
University Placement Service 1963-19671. (Deceased
luly 5. 1968).
BIBER, DAVID NMN. M.D. iCincinnai University
Clinical Instructor in Medicine 11968-1968)
BLACK, KENNETH
Professor of Law IDeceased May 23, 19711.
BLESS, ARTHUR AARON. Ph.D ICornell University i
Professor Emeritus of Physics and Director of Bioelectrrcal
Potential Prolect 119511 (Deceased lan 19. 19691.
BLOCK. HERMAN HENRY. C E
Professor Emeritus of Buldding Construction and
Chairman of Department 119631 IDeceased
December 79. 19711
CARSON. ROBERT EMMETT Ph D IUniversily of Michiganl
Professor Emeritus Humanities iDeceased
November 14, 19711
CHANCE, JAMES EDWARD. L.L B. Ph.D
Professor Emeritus of Real Estate (1965) (Deceased
December 12. 19681.
CHERNETSKI, KENT EUGENE. Ph.D (University ol Californial
Assistant Professor of Zoology 11964-1964). iDeceased
February 2, 19701
CHERRY, HENRY SURGEON, M.S.
Assistant Dean of the College of Physical Education and
Health. Professor of Professional Physical Education.
Chairman of the Department of Intramural Athlerics and
Recreation 11942-1964). (Deceased June 7, 19681
CRANFORD. ROBERT I Ph.D iUniversity of lowai
Professor of Journalism and Communications 1967 196 7j.
(Deceased August 9, 19691
CRESAP IDA KEELING
Librarian Emeritus. Agricultural Experiment Stations 19631
(Deceased May 31, 19691.
DAVIS, EDWARD IOHN, M Ed.
Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, (1963-79671."
(Deceased December 3. 1967)
DAVIS ROBERT STANLEY. B.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture 11958- 19711)
IDeceased May 19, 19711.
ELLIS. GORDON BROOKS.
Nassau County Agent.. agricultural Extension Service
(1944-1968 i(Deceased December 13. 1968)
EMMEL, MARK WIRTH. D V.M hlowa State Universiryt
Professor Emeritus Veterinarian I Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences 119611 (Deceased April 8. 1969).
FAGEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK, M.S
Professor of Electrical Engineering 1947-19571.
(Deceased May 6. 1970).
FARRIS, CHARLES DETYENS, Ph.D tUniversily of Chicagol
Professor of Political Science (1958-1964). (Deceased
February 24, 19691.
FORD, JAMES A., Ph.D (Columbia Universityl
Curator of Anthropology. Florida State Museum
(1964-1964). (Deceased February 25. 19681
FORD. SUDELLA IUANITA, B.5.
Assistant Hillsborough County Extension Home Economics
Agent (Deceased May 23. 1969).
GALLAGHER, WILLIAM B M.D (Si. Louis University
Resident in Psychiatry f1967-1967). (Deceased May 27, 19631.
GARDNER JANE LOCKWOOD, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Chairman
Department of Required Physical Education for Women
11961-1962). (Deceased lune 18. 1969).
GRATZ, LEVIOTTO. Ph.D. (Cornell Universilyl
Assistant Director and Plant Pathologist Emeritus
(Deceased 19681.
HEIDINGSFIELD, MYRON S., Ph.D. (New York)
Professor of Marketrng and Director. International
Marketing Resource Center (1963-19641. (Deceased
May 30, 19691.


HENDRICKSON RUDOLPH B S
Associate Professor Associate Chemist', IF4S. Carus
Experiment Station 11947- 170) Deceased September
27. 1970J.
HIPP. 1ACOB E
Assistant Professor of Finance and Insurance Deceased
August. 19711.
JAMISON. F S Ph D iCornell Universitl
Professor iChairman Emeritus and Horiculturist', IFAS
iDeceased May 1" 1971l
JOHNSON MCMILLAN HOUSTON M A Arch.
Professor of Architecture 17946-19681 iDeceased October
76. 1968'
JONES OSCAR FREDERICK. Ph D IStanlord Unnersits
Professor of German 1937-19591. Deceased Seprember
14. 19701.
KAMMERER GLADYS M Ph D. IUniserxl of Chicagol
Professor of Politcal Science and Director of Public
Administration Clearing Sersce 17958 19581 i Deceased
July 17, 19701
LASIEWSKI ROBERT C
Professor of Comprehensite Biological Sciences
iDeceased August. 19"'i.
LEIGHTY R4LPH G B S iUnisersl\ ot Illinois
Associate Soids Surveyor IFAS. Agricultural Experiment
Station i1947-19561 iDeceased April 18. 19711
LEPS. JOSEPH MCELRON Ed.D iColumbia Uniersilt
Professor of Education 17 43 19451 (Deceased August
17 79681
LITTLE \INSTON \1OODARD NM
Dean Emeritus. L'nersilt College 1 1945. 1962 Deceased
NoHember 15. 19701
LUCKHAUPT. AMOS EDWARD B S
Instructor of Chem.sr r 1962-19691 i Deceased December
6. 19691
MADIGAN jOHN REAGAN Ph D Illinois Insriuule of
Technology
Professor of Electrical Engineering 7 1969-19691 1 Deceased
November P1. 19691
McCALEB. jOHN E Ph D iTexas bA&M Uniersrl,
Associate Professor I Associate .gronomst~, IF AS
Agricultural Research Center. Ona 1955-19631 iDeceased
lune4, 19711
MEAD, ARTHUR RANMOND. Ph.D IColumbia L'n.iersit
Ed.D lUniversily or Miamii
Director. Bureau of Educational Research and Professor
Emertus of Education I1950i I Deceased lanuars 27 19771
MELENEV HENR' E
Professor Emeritus or Medicine Deceased lanuary 19'11
MOORE jULIAN S. M S.A
Poultry Husbandman. Agricultural Exrensron Sertnce
S1950-1969 1 Deceased Nosember, 19691
NOLTING. JOHN PAUL M S
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences i19551 956'
(Deceased May 28, 1971i
NORMAN IAMES WILLIAM Ph D IColumbia Lni\ernlt
Dean Emeritus of the College ol Education 179551 1 Deceased
April 12. 19691
PADEN WILLIAM LEE jR. M A
Instructor. P K. Vonge Laborators School 1 1958-19621
(Deceased lanuary 20. 19681
PATRICK. REMBERT \ALLACE Ph D lUniersie or North
Carolinai
lulian C. Yonge Graduate Research Professor Emeritus of
Historv (19661 (Deceased November 16 196'i
PATRICK. ROGER. Ph D Ilova State Uninersit
Bacterologist. Citrus Experment Station 195219521
(Deceased March 17. 19681.
PEARCE JAMES MARTIN Ph D. lUniversilt ow Floridai
Assistant Professor of Chemisrr 17946-1953. iDeceased
March 6. 79691.
RAPP. GALINA G
Assistant Professor, Germanic and Slavic Languages
(Deceased December 2. 1970)
RAV, JERRY C
Interim Graduate Teaching Assistant or Speech Deceased
lanuarv 1971.1





STAFF AND FACULTY


RETHLINGSHAFER DOROTHN ADELAIDE Ph D IUniversl
ol North Carolinai
Associate Professor of Ps'ychologs (1947-1969) 1 Deceased
Jul) 25 1969'
S AGE ZACH.MS A
Agricultural Economist lDeceased 19681
SAVILLF. THORNDIKE, M S
Pioressor Emerrtus of Enrironmental Engneerrng
rFebruars 29, 19691
SCHMIDLKOFFER MICHAEL ANTHON. Mi B.A
Interim Instructor of Insurance 1969- 19691. 1 Deceased
October 19691
SCHUMACHER HENRY C
Clinical Professor of Medicne IDeceased Februar\ 75.
19711
SEBOLD HOWARD ROBINSON M L 4A
Professor of Landscape Architeclure f 1948-1966) tDeceased
lune 22, 19701
SENN. PETTUS HOLMES. Ph D iUnWiersitl ot Wiscons.ni
Head Professor Emerrus. Department of Agronom),
College ol Agriculture 11961' IDeceased Notember 6, 19691.
SHEAL'i ARTHUR LISTEN. D V M IMcKillipi
Head Prolessor Emeritus of Animal Husbandrs, Animal
Husbandman and Head IDeceased 79671.
SPEIR W H 8 S
A.ssisant Professor Assirsant Hydraulic Engineeri IFAS.
LSDA Agricultural Research Center. Ft Lauderdale
11962-19621 .Deceased September 5 19t11
SPRINGFIELD WORLEt THAXTON BD iEmorn Unisersilti
Assistant Professor of Religion and Coordinator Of
Religious 4citries. 1968-19681 IDeceased lul) 22, 19701.
TUCKER. Wll LIAM BURNS M S
Assistant Professor of Mathemarics; Adviser 1958- 9641
SDeceased Februars 27, 1969'


WATERS, ROLLAND H Ph.D. lUniaerstil or Chicagot
Professor Emeritus of Psycholog 119641. IDeceased
July 1, 19671.
WAUGH, lOAN MEREDITH. M N
Instructor College of Nursing i 1966-19661. iDeceased
February 28. 19691
WALLACE ALVIN T Ph.D. IUninerisit of North Carolina;
Professor (Geneticistl, and Assistant Dean for Research.
IFAS f 1950 19681. 1 Deceased April 18, 19711
WELDON LYLE W., Ph.D iUnniersith of Wyomingl
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomist). IFAS,
Plantation Field Laboratory, USDA i 1960-79701 (Deceased
january 37, 19'0).
WHITMAN CARLTON FLOURNOS, Ed.D IUniversily oi
Floridai
Assistant Professor of Music 11970.19701 Deceased
October 9, 1970)
WILES. KIMBALL. Ph.D lOhio Slale Universityl
Dean of the College of Education and Professor of
Education IT95-11963;1 Deceased February, 1968)
WOOD CHARLES GEORGE. IR Ph D Florida State
Universilyi
Assistant Professor of Education 1966-1966# i Deceased
February 1. 19681
VOUNG HOWARD BACON, Mi S A.
Assistant Professor (Assistanr Eflension Dairy Technologistl,
lFAS (7957-19571 (Deceased October 1. 19691
ZIEGLER EDWIN ALLEN D Sc. iFranklin and Marshall)
Professor Emeritus of Forest Economics and Management
119511. (Deceased October 74, 19671.





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HISTORICAL NOTE
The University of Florida is a combined sale Univer-
sity and land-grant college located in the northern
center of the State. While its beginnings go back to the
days previous to Florida's admission to the Union in
18-5 its first college the College of Arts and
Sciences did not open until 1853. A few years later
the passage of Ihe Morrill Act provided lands tor state
inslilulions of higher learning which would promote
agriculture, mechanical arts and military, science
resulting in the beginnings of Ihe College ot Agriculture.
the College of Engineering and the Agricullural Ex-
periment Station.
By 1905 there %were a hall-dozen siale-supported in-
slitutions of higher learning in Florida, located in \ar-
ious parts ol the State and struggling for existence. A4
that time the Florida Legislature look a slep unprece-
dented in the h.slorN of education in any stale b\
passing the Buckman Act. which abolished the six
State Colleges and provided for the establishment of
two new institutions ol \which the Uniserstit ol Florida
was one It was established for men at Gainesville
and placed under the direction of the Board of Control
a body created b\ the Buckman Acl. The seen mem-
hers of the board represented the seven geographical
sections of the Slate and served without compensation.
except for travel and incidental expense incurred in the
performance ol duty. In 19q- the University \as made
coeducational The nine-member Board of Regents
replaced the Board of Control in 1965.


SETTING AND ENVIRONMENT
The University ol Florida is located in Gainesville
a cilt ol approximately b5 000 excluding Un,\ersil\ of
Florida students Situated in north central Florida. mid-
way between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gull ol
Mexico. Ihe city is known as an agricultural and small
industrial center.
In addition to a moderate climate Gainestille oilers
many other advantages to students ot the Unisersits.
A golf course is within easy reach of the campus, and
swimming and boating accommodations are available
at nearby springs and risers. The lakes in the vicmni\
abound in fresh waler fish while Ihe Atlantic Ocean
and the Gulf of Mexico are within a two hours dri\e.
As the seal ol Alachua County the citm is the local point
of diversitied industrial and farming activities
Practically ever) religious denomination is represented
in the Gainesville area Churches that are aclte include
the Presbyterian, Baptist, Lutheran. Melhodisl Catholic.
Epsicopal Christian Sevenlh Day Ad\eniisl Church of
Christ Scientist Church ol Christ Christian and
Missionary Alliance Advent Christian B nai Israel.
Church of Latler Day Saints Church ol the Nazarene
Assembly ol God Aposlolic Church ol Christ Church
ot God. Disciples of Christ Pentecostal Holiness. United
Church of Christ Unitarian-Universalisis, and several
of these denominations maintain chapels adjacent to the
campus. These include St. Augustine Chapel ICatholic
Student Centeri the Baptist Student Union Wesley
Foundation iMelhodist Student Centeri Chapel of the
Incarnation (Episcopal Sludent Cenleri. Church of Chris
B'nai B nih Hillel Foundation ile\sishi. the Lutheran
Student Association. The Latter Day Saints itormani
and the Socielt of Friends IQuakeri. All ot the chapels
carry on extensive programs of vilal interest to Univer-
sity students.

TRANSPORTATION
The city is served by the Seaboard Coast Line Railway.
A schedule of daily bus service wiith connections to all


points of the United Slates is maintained b, South-
eastern Greshound Lines and Trailals Bus SNstem.
Easlern Airlines series Gainessille \.ilh daild flights
with connections to all parts of the US Shaswnee
Airlines has 30 daily\ flights to points in the stale and
region.



ORGANIZATION OF THE
UNIVERSITY
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
Direcl superlsion oter the Lniversilt of Florida
its policies and atlairs is tested in the Board of Regents
a bod, composed ot nine citizens from different regions
ot the state hoare appointed bs the Governor lor nine-
sear terms Uninersi t altairs are administered b, the
president with the advice and assistance of the Admin-
istrati\e Council The legislative bod\ of the Unisersils
is the Unitersiti Senate


QUARTER SYSTEM
The ULninersi ol Florida operates on a quarter sslem
In a i\tele-m(cnth \ear there are tour quarters running
trom September through August. averaging ten weeks
of class instruction Courses are scheduled in such a
s'a\ that a student ma' enter the UmnL ersilt at an\
quarter and proceed normally through an appropriate se-
quenceotcourses Quarters begin in September lanuary.
March and June.


UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTION
THE LOWER DIVISION
THE UNI\ERSITN COLLEGE administers all ot the
work for the Ireshman and sophomore Nears offering a
program ,ihich 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 Ditision


THE UPPER DIVISION
THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE a unit of the In-
slitute ol Food and Agricultural Sciences oilers cur-
ricula in all ol the major fields of agriculture and grants
the degree or Bachelor ol Science in Agriculture
THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS
oilers curricula in architecture, interior design, land-
scape architecture building construction fine arts his-
lonr of art crafts. adseriiting design. art education.
music music education and theatre and confers the
degrees ot Bachelor of Architecture Bachelor of Design
Bachelor ol Landscape Architecture Bachelor ot Building
Construction Bachelor o1 Fine Arts. Bachelor of Design
in Art Education Bachelor of Music and Bachelor ot
Music Education.
THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES oilers
curricula leading to degrees ol Bachelor ot Arls and
Bachelor ol Science wv thopportunities tor specializing in
mans science and liberal arts fields. It offers the courses
in mathematics. biological sciences physical sciences.
social sciences and humanities required in the curricula
of the professional colleges
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
offers curricular programs leading to the degree of Bach-
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a specialized program leading to the degree of Bachelor
of Advanced Accountancy.
THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, an integral part of the
j. Hills Miller Health Center. Is accepting studentss be-
ginning in September 19'2. Since part of the cur-
riculum will be presented lointlv with the College
ot Medicine the admission requirements %ill be
basically the same for both schools.
THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION has curricula in el-
ementar and secondary school instruction leading to
the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Education or
Bachelor of Arts in Educalion It also provides an in-ser-
vice program for the teachers of the state. The P K.
Yonge Laboralor School a unit ol the College of Edu-
cation, enrolls pupils from the kindergarten through the
secondary school Undergraduate teacher preparation
programs are NCATE approved and lead tocertification a
pre-school, elementary and secondary levels in Florida
and t.,enlt-seten other slates "here NCATE standards
provide the basis lor reciprocal agreements.
THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING otters curricula
leading to the degree of Bachelor ol Science in an$ of 11
engineering disciplines. The iirst degree in Environ-
menial Engineering and Coastal and Oceanographic
Engineering is the Master s degree.
THE SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CON-
SERVATION is a unit ot the Institute ol Food and Agri-
cultural Sciences The school oilers professional majors
in Fores.trv Wildlife Ecology and Forest Products lead-
ing to the degree Bachelor of Science in Forestry.
THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS
a unit of the I Hills Miller Health Center. oilers cur-
ricula leading to a Bachelor ol Science in Medical Tech-
nology a Bachelor ol Science in Occupational Therapy
and a Bachelor of Science in Ph\sical Therapy. The Col-
lege also oilers a curriculum leading to the degree of
Master ol Rehabilitation Counseling. and Master of
Occupational Therapy
THE COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM AND COMMUNI-
CATIONS otters curricula leading to the degrees of
Bachelor of Science in journalism. Bachelor ol Science
in Adertising and Bachelor of Science in Broadcast-
ing. It also oilers sequences in public relations, technical
journalism and urban affairs reporting.
THE COLLEGE OF LAW oilers a curriculum leading to
the degree ot juris Doctor.
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE a unit ol the I. Hillis
Miller Health Center offers a curriculum leading to
the professional degree of Doctor of Medicine Ph. D
degrees in basic medical sciences are offered through
the Graduate School. A special medical scientist training
program leading to the combined degree of Doctor ol
Medicine-Doctor ol Philosophy is available jointly
through the College of Medicine and the Graduate
School.
THE COLLEGE OF NURSING a unit ol the I Hills
Miller Health Center offers a curriculum leading to the
Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree The College
also oilers a curriculum leading to the Master of Nursing
degree.
THE COLLEGE OF PHARMNhC', a unit ot the 1
Hills Miller Health Center. oilers a curriculum leading
to the degree ol Bachelor ol Science in Pharmacy. M.S.
and Ph.D degrees are ollered in pharmaceutical sciences
Through the Graduate School
THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH,
AND RECREATION offers services and training through
the Departments ol Physical Education for Men and
Women the Department of Intramural Athletics and
Recreation and the Department of Prolessional Cur-
riculum The Department ol Professional Curriculum
offers programs leading to undergraduate degrees in


health education, physical education, and recreation
and graduate degrees in physical education and health
education. Professional areas of preparation include:
teachers of health education or physical education.
health educators for public or voluntary agencies and
recreation directors.



SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS
SERVING
ALL COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC has the responsibility
for such musical organizations as the University Bands,
Orchestras, Choruses. and Glee Clubs and offers
courses in the following areas- ili Theory of Music,
121 Hislory and Literature 13l Applied Music. 14i Music
Education, and 5i Ensemble Music.
THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE offers the
lour year program and the Iwo year program oi Army
ROTC. Completion ot either ot these programs by a stu-
dent leads to his being commissioned in one of the
branches ot the United States Arm) Reserve or the Reg-
ular Army. Flight (pilol training is available for selected
Senior Cadets.
THE DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE STUDIES offers
the lour Near program and I\%o year program of Air Force
ROTC. Completion ot either ol these programs by a stu-
dent leads to his being commissioned in the Air Force.
Pilot training is given to the selected. qualified male
Senior Cadets electing a piloT career in the Air Force.
THE DEPARTMENTS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION ad-
minister the programs in physical education vhich will
meet the lower division personal development require-
ments.

GRADUATE INSTRUCTION
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL offers programs leading
to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in 56 fields;
Doctor of Education Specialist in Education Engineer,
Masler ol Agriculture Master of Arts. Master of Arts in
Archriecture Master of Arts in Education. Master of
Arts in Health Education Masler of Arts in Journalism
and Communications Master of Arts in Physical
Education. Masler of Arts in Teaching. Masler of Build-
ing Construction. Master of Business Administration.
Master of Education. Master ol Engineering, Master
ot Fine Arts, Masler of Health Education, Master of
Occupational Therapy Master of Physical Education,
Masler of Rehabilitation Counseling Master of Science,
Masler of Science in Agriculture. Master of Science in
Building Construction. Master of Science in Forestry,
Master of Science in Pharmacy. Master of Science in
Statistics Master of Science in Teaching and Master of
Statlislcs. All instruction is carried on by the faculties
ol the colleges and schools lisled above.


ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS is the
chief academic officer for the University. In this capac-
itv he supervises the allocation of resources in the aca-
demic areas the improvement of instruction, the cor-
relation of instructional activities, the development and
improvement of research activities the evaluation of
university academic activity, and the establishment of
policy hith respect to employment, promotion, and
tenure of the academic staff. In the absence of the Pres-
ident and Executive Vice President he acts \with the au-
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ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS
THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION E
AFFAIRS is the chiel business otticer ol the University
He is responsible for establishing policy relating to uni-
versity business matters coordinating the preparation
of and control ol the operating budget collecting and
disbursing funds in accordance with stale satutes man-
aging campus security auxiliary services and the main-
tenanceof the physical plant and grounds directing pur.
chasing the administraive computer stall personnel
property control and auditing functions.


INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE UNITS
THE BOARD OF LiNI\ERSITN EXAMINERS is respon
sible lor admission and placement testing and assists in
the measurement ot achievement in thecomprehensive
courses in the University College.
THE OFFICE OF THE RECISTRAR has charge ol the
admission and registration ol students the maintenance
ot academic records the scheduling ol courses, and
the issuance of transcripts ol student records.
THE TEACHING RESOURCES CENTER 118 Library
East supports the instructional and research programs of
the Lniversitv. It maintains and provides the tollo i ng
facilities and services. sill photographs cinemato-
graph,; audio laboratory graphics department: A/\
equipment and maintenance technical advice and as-
sistance. and student ID cards.
THE COUNSELOR TO FOREIGN AGRICULTURE STU.
DENTS Foreign students in Agriculiure are requested
to contact the Otfice ot International Programs in
MlcCarlt Hall This otlice aids foreign students to in-
tegrate their American education more completely with
actual conditions in their homelands and also gives
information to all students interested in foreign agri.
cultural problems 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 mag-
nilude beyond their predecessors have come into
being. Though still in their infancy they are already
extending mans capability to solve problems in every
field ol human activity Againsi this background the
organization ot a curriculum dedicated to a broad
sector oi human endeavor was necessary Toward this
end the Intercollege Department ot Computer and In-
formation Sciences %vas created in 19-1 offering degree
programs in the Colleges ol Arts and Sciences and Engi-
neering Degree programs within other colleges are cur-
rently under sludy.
Subject areas found within the CIS curricula are con-
cerned with representations and transformations of in-
formation structures and with theoretical models tor
such representations and Iransformations. 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 ap-
plications having common structures, processes and
techniques. This prepares the student tor 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 lor Ihose who need experience


in computer applications lor proper career preparation.
For further information contact the CIS department
oiftce in 336 \Verl Hall

THE CENTER FOR
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
The Center tor Latin American Studie. is the Uniner-
siis unit responsible for directing or coordinating inter-
disciplinary instructional and research programs related
to the Latin American area I[ is a budgeted unit
withinn the Unl\ersilt and is administered bs a Director
immedialel\ responsible to the President
The Center sponsors conferences publishes the results
ol scholarly research related to Latin America and co-
operates wirh other Uniner-ils units in overseas develop-
ment and training programs


DIVISION OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
The Di\ sion ot Biological Sciences is organized v th-
in the College or Arts and Sciences to provide coordina-
ion in the Biological Sciences. Thr- Division \virh a
stall Irom mans disciplines has organized faculties in
cellular biology molecular biology\ genetics develop-
mental biology\ para'itolog\ marine biolog\ radiation
bii:ilog\. and ecology\ Each raculr\ is responsible tor
developing and superis.ng a core program in its special
area In addition II the cross-departmenlal programs the
Division series to coordinate biological science where-
ever II exists in the Uni\ersity. The Departments of Zo-
olog\ Boaan, Mticrobiulogy Biochemistlr and Br-
ological Sciences are the units composing the Diision
ol Biological Sciences


DIVISION OF NUCLEAR SCIENCES
The Nuclear Sciences Djvision is a coordinated muli-
disciplinanr program in research and teaching inmollong
departments and sections or department, irnm six col
leges Particularly aclte in the program are the Depart-
ment of Nuclear Engineering Sciences the Division ol
Biological Sciences and sections Irom the Depart
ments ol Animal Science Boran\ Chemistr\ Micro-
biologs Ph\sics and Radiology
Established as the result on a special act or the 1i -
Legislature and housed pariiallv in the Nuclear Sciences
Center the program permits the maximum use ol our-
standing and costl\ tacrlilies and eiiecrtiely encourages
cooperative v\ork between students and lacult\ irom the
man\ disciplines engaged in nuclear research and
leaching
Special facilities available at the Uni\ersil\ include a
100 K% training reactor a lour Me V'an de Graatt Ac.
celeralor several neutron generators subcriical
assemblies a vvholebody radiation detector and six
multirure irradiators twih source strengths ranging
Irom -00 to 110 000 juries ol radioactriul\
The program in Nuclear Sciences is headed b\ a direc-
tor v\ho serves to coordinate and promote research and
leaching in the nuclear tield throughout ihe Uni\er-
sits The director is also responsible for the satetl pro-
gram which is carried out by a Radiation Control Com-
mittee made up ol scientists Irom many ot the depart-
ments using sources or radiation and a Radiation
Control officer viho is responsible tor the operational de-
tails ot the salety program.
The Nuclear Sciences Division encourages training in
the proper handling and use of radioacit\e materials b\
sponsoring periodic special non-credit courses in rad-
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also provides support to a credit-course in basic radio-
isotope techniques which is available to upper under-
graduate students as well as graduate students faculty
and stall.
The nuclear program as now constituted presents an
unusual opportunity tor qualified stafl and students to
pursue \ital investigations in one of the ser, rapidly ex-
panding areas of science and technology


STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
The University of Florida participates in student ex-
change and pre-professional programs with a number
of other Florida colleges and universities both public
and private Some of the colleges and universities
participating include Belhune-Cookman College
Florida A t,& Universits Florida Memorial College
Edward Waters College and Florida State Lnisersit$.
For information concerning programs eligibility and
procedures vrite or call the Oltice of Academic Affairs.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
LIBRARY SERVICE
The library system consists of two central units Li-
brary East and Librar\ West and branch libraries in the
College of Architecture and Fine Arts. Education Engi-
neering Law. the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci-
ences, the I Hillis Miller Health Center the Department
ot Chemistry and the P K Yonge Laboralory School. In
addition, reading room facilities have been provided for
journalism and Communications Physical Education.
Health and Recreation and the dormitory areas
The holdings ol the libraries number over 1 4-0 000
cataloged volumes and a large number ol uncataloged
documents and newspapers. Man\ of the materials are in
the form ot microfilm and microcards Among the special
collections in the library s\slem are the Rare Book Col-
lection the Dance-Music Theatre Archives the P K
Nonge Librara of Florida Historn the Marjorie kinnan
Rawlings Collection \which consists of manuscripts,
tlpescripts and memorabilia ol one ol America i dislin-
quished noelists, and the Colollection l Creatie
Writing shich includes works sheets. manuscripts
and other literary papers oi significant contemporary
American and British Authors. In recent years special
emphasis has been placed upon strengthening the hold-
ings lor the Latin American Area Studies Program. ex-
peciall tfor the Wesi Indies and the Caribbean areas.
There are centers for reference service in both Library
West and Librars East. The malor collection ol bibli-
ographies and reference books is located on the first
tloor of Librar\ West with librarians available to give
assistance to students and faculty
Pholoduplication services are available The regular
schedule for Ihe central libraries in Monday through
Saturday 8 00 A MN to 11 00 P N : Sunda\ 2 00 P M to
11-00 P.M The libraries serving the various academic
colleges and schools obsenre a similar schedule, with
variations. 4 Handbook Getting Around in Your Univer-
siyt of Florida Libraries provides helpful information
on !oan regulations and special ser ices.


THE FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM
The Florida Stale Museum was created by an act of
the Legislature in 191- as a department of the Univer-
sitl oa Florida. Through its attiliation with the Univer-
sity it carries the dual responsibility as the Slate Museum
ot Florida and as the I university Museum.
The Museum operates .a a center ol research in

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anthropology and natural history. Its accessory functions
as an educational arm of the University are carried for-
ward through interpretive displays and scientific publica-
tions. Under the administrative control of the director
are the three departments ol the Museum: Natural
Sciences stated by scientists and technicians concerned
with the stud) and expansion ol the research collections
of animals. Social Sciences whose staff members are
concerned with the study of historic and prehistoric cul-
lures, Interprelalion, stalled by specialists in the inter-
pretation of knowledge through museum exhibit tech-
niques. Members ot the scientific and educational
staft ol the Museum hold dual appointments in appro-
priate teaching departments. Through these appoint-
ments the) participate in both the undergraduate and
graduate teaching programs.
Graduate assislanlships are available in the Museum
in areas of specialization emphasized in its research
programs. Facilities are available lor graduate students.
The Museum is located at the corner of Museum
Road and Center Drive in a modern tacililv completed in
19"0 The public halls are open from nine-lhirty until five
o clock every day except Sunday, when they are open
from one to five o clock. The Museum is closed on
Christmas Day There is no admission charge. The Mu-
seum is frequently used by University and public school
classes.
The research collections are under the care of cur-
ators who encourage the scientific study of the Muse-
um s holdings. Materials are constantly being added
to the collection both through gilts from friends and as
the result ol research activities of the Museum slaff.
The archaeological and ethnological collections are
notesworlhy There are extensive study collections of
birds, mammals, mollusks. reptiles amphibians. fish in-
sertebrate and vertebrate fossils Opportunities are pro-
vided for students staff and visiting scientists to use
the collections. Research and field work are presently
sponsored in the archaeological paleontological and
zoological fields. Students interested in these special-
ties should make application to the appropriate teach-
ing department

GENERAL STATE AND
UNIVERSITY AGENCIES
THE FLORIDA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
is the HIeld arm ol the Unisersity of Florida and the
United States Department of Agriculture in educational
work relating to agriculture and home economics and
represents the iolal Unisersitr in community-oriented
programs ol continuing education. II is one of four
malor divisions of the Institute of Food and Agricul-
tural Sciences at Ihe Uniersit\ of Florida. II works
with both adults and south, the latter primarily through
4-H Clubs
In cooperation w ith Boards of County Commissioners,
the Extension Service jointly employs agricultural agents
in bb counties. Extension home economics agents
are employed in 5' counties. These agents work with
local people to determine their educational needs. Pro-
grams are developed based on these needs and are de-
signed to leach.practical application of agricultural and
home economics research informallion. The agents are
lacully members of ihe University of Florida, appointees
of the United Slates Department or Agriculture and em-
ployees ot their respective counties.
Educational assistance is gisen the people of Florida on
agricultural problems such as commercial crop and
livestock production and marketing. Home economics
programs tocus on helpingfamilies solve their problems in
such areas as clothing and textiles, food and nutrition.
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ment. family economics, health and safely, household
equipment and consumer education. Efforts also are di-
rected to other areas such as farm and home business
management community development, leadership de-
velopment and public allairs.
A staff of specialists in agriculture and home eco-
nomics provides technical support tor programs through-
oul the slate. These specialists keep in touch sitih the
latest observations and findings by the Florida Agricul-
tural Experiment Stations the United Stales Depart-
ment of Agriculture other Land-Grant Uninersities and
other current, reliable sources ot subject-matter inform-
ation. They analyze and interpret this information in
terms of its application to given areas and problems and
keep the agents informed on research of concern to
the people in the counties. Cooperative efforts with or-
ganizations and other agencies are vital parts of the
programs over the stale.
Information is disseminated by the Extension Sern.ce
through a variery of teaching methods such as
demonstrations meetings tours. visits to farms and
homes where individual attention is given to problems.
and personal contacts in offices or by telephone. Exten-
sive use is made of radio. television. news stories and
publications. Short courses institutes and conferences
are held throughout the slate and on the campus in co-
operation with agricultural and home economics groups
The office ot UNIVERSITY RELATIONS AND DE\EL-
OPMENT is responsible for the long-range advancement
program of the University by obtaining understanding
and support to enhance the resources available. Alumni
Services, Development Services and Publications are
divisions of this office.
THE DIVISION OF INFORMATION SERVICESnmlerprets
the Uniersity s programs, policiesand object es through
all mass communications media, including newspapers.
radio, television magazines motion pictures. publica-
tions, photographs, special displays exhibits and com-
munity relations projects. In fulfilling such responsibil-
ities. the Division of Information Services operates as
an administrative coordinating unit to help create a
climate for better public understanding oi higher
education and the Liniversity of Florida.
THE DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS works ith Linier-
sity academic units, departments service ottices and
other campus-related organizations in developing
publications to meet various needs Coordination oi
copy content design. production and contract pro-
cedures are integral functions o! the office while
assisting in the preparation of booklets. folders.
brochures, pamphlets and other printed material.
The Divison also produces the University of Florida
Magazine.
THE DIVISION OF ALUMNI SERVICES main purpose is
to bring together the organized efforts of alumni in
the promotion of the interests and needs ot the Univer-
sity. It strives to encourage continuous participation by
alumni in the life of the University. and provides the
means of continued fellowship and association for
graduates and former students.

It is also the headquarters office of the Universit)
of Florida Alumni Association working closely with that
organization in community and public relations student
recruitment and fund raising. It publishes on a quarterly
basis, University ol Florida magazine and a Uni\ersity
of Florida Today Newsletter. In addition today II is
active in the promotion and activities of the Schools
and Colleges within the University as well as many other
activities for the benefit or the University of Florida and
its faculty and student body.
THE DIVISION OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES is re-
sponsible for the coordination and supervision of all


development and fund raising activities at the Uni\er-
sity. It also serves as the headquarters ol the Universiiy
of Florida Foundation. Inc a non-proti corporation
established to aid the University in seeking private
financial support.
THE UNIVERSITY CENTER OF THE ARTS serves stlu
dents, faculty and the general public by presenting
exhibitions and performances ot the best workss in the
visual and performing arts
THE UNIERSITY GALLERY is an integral part of the
Architecture and Fine Arts complex The Gallery is loca-
ted on the campus lacing south 131h Streel ior LU S -111.
An atrium and a relecling pool are Itwo pleasing lea
lures of the Gallery s distinctive architecture stcle The
Gallery w% h ;000 square let oa display space is com-
pletely modern air-conditioned and maintains a \aried
exhibition schedule of the usual arts during the year
The content of exhibitions displayed in the Uni\ersiiy
Gallery range from the creations b\ traditional masters
through to the latest and most experimental work- bh
the modern avant garde The minor arts or \esterdac
and today along \wih the creations of oriental and
primitive cultures form topics lor exhihiicons sched-
uled. The Gallery originates one or lto or the malor
exhibitions during the \ear Each exhibition shows tor
approximately a month and the Gallers hours are
from 9 AM i to 3 P Ni daily except Sunday when they
are 1 P.M to 5 P hi The Gallery is closed on Saturdays
and holidays and during the month of September
THE TEACHING GALLER' of the Department of Art is
located adjacent to the Department s otlice area on the
third floor or the new Classroom Building in the Col-
lege of Architeclure and Fine Aris complex As a direct
and physical adjunct to the Art Department s leaching
program this Gallery displays smaller traveling exhibi-
tions ol merit as \well as one man shows by ihe taculit
artists and student exhibitions The Galler\ ix open
Monday through Frida\ trom Q '4A to noon and from
1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M It is closed Saturdays and Sundays
WRUF STATE AND UNI\ERSITI OF FLORIDA RA-
DIO STATION operates on 830 kilocycles vwith a power
of 5 000 \,wars. WRUF-FMN operates on 103 megacycles
on a radiated power ot 2' 000 wall, The\ are both
atfiliated with the National Brradcasling Company and
originate the Unitersity ol Florida Football and Basket
bal Networks. WRUF has one or the largest recorded
libraries of any radio station in the country and has
UPI news service
One of WRUF s more important functions is 'hat ot
furnishing practical experience to students enrolled in
the radio programs ol the Uninersity. The extent to
which this policy is applied is demonstrated b\ the tact
that the operating personnel oi \WRUF consists almost
entirely of University students specializing in radio
work, and the effectiveness ol this training is demon-
strated by the nationwide reputation which VXRUF has
achieved for the developing oi some of this country s
leading announcers and radio executives The various
radio curricula in addition to providing this practical
operating experience requires a selection ot courses
from many of the departments or instruction ot the
University. The student is taught an awareness ot the
social obligations placed on any medium whose pur-
poses include public entertainment information edu-
cation, and cultural advancement He is given lhc broad-
est 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 ot the program and should be the
beginning of the building of a breadth oit ie\poin
on the part of the student which he will continue to
cultivate by reading and study atter he has completed
the training program






General

GENERAL INFORMATION


\\RUF and WRUF-FM employ approuxmalely twenty
to thirts students in their operations which give these
students commercial operation experience as W\RUF is
a commercial non-lax supported auxiliar\ or the Uni-
versit\ of Florida
11 student personnel used by SLalions WRUF and
WRUF-FM are selected and hired on the basis of neces-
siIy on the part ol the Slations and talent altitude
scholarship requirements 12.0t tilness for lob and future
college program on the part ol the students as deter-
mined b\ personal intervie'.s and/or open auditions
with and for the Station s execulnie personnel. Open
auditions are announced public\ however prefer-
ence is gisen those applying w.ho plan future activity
in broadcasting
,%UFT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA EDUCATION TELE
VISION STATIONS operates on Channel 5. It is atlil-
,ated with PBS the Public Broadcasling Sernice the
National Association ot Educational Broadcasters and
it is a unit of the Florida Educational Teleision Network
\\UFT s lunction is lour-iold i I to provide an edu-
cational cultural serTice to the communiiN so that as
man\ persons as possible may share in higher educa-
lion and sit attendant cultural environment 12 to assist
in the instructional role of the University through broad-
cast ot curricular otterings 131 to help advance the
techniques of teaching through television i4i to pro-
%ide Universi.t students \with practical training in tele-
i\sion broadcasting to supplement their broad aca-
demic background
WIUFT s sludio production crews are members ol
broadcasting classes or paid student personnel selected
alter 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 Communicarions.
The purpose ot THE UNI\ ERSITY OF FLORIDA PRESS
is to encourage publish and promote original and
scholarly manuscripts which will aid in developing the
Uni'.ersit as a recognized center ot research and school.
arship.
In addition to its broad range of state regional, and
inler-American titles the Pres- publishes books or gen-
eral interest. and six separate series, the Floridiana
Facsimile Series the Institlue of Gerontology Series
the Latin American Monographs iSeries Two,, and Ihe
Unilersitr of Florida Monographs iHumanities and
Social Sciencesi The Press is also the publisher of the
HANDBOOK OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES which is
sponsored b' the Librar\ ot Congress.
The Press Board or Managers including the director
and tilteen lacult\ members appointed bo the President
of the ULniersity determines policies relating to the
issuance ol author contracts and the acceptance ol
manuscripts submitted tor publication.
The Uninersilr ol Florida Press is a member of the
Association or American Unnersity Presses and the
Association of American Publishers
THE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION pro.
vdes LlUniersity-i .ide leadership and coordination tor
continuing education courses and programs. Its stall
works w.ith and assists indiidual colleges in developing
and conducting continuing education programs in
their respective areas as %%ell as those which are inter-
disciplinars in nature. Thus ihe Division enables the
Unirersir ito be responsive to the \aried and chang-
ing educational needs ot Florida s citizens Olt-campus
credit classes correspondence slud\ courses and spec-
ial programs ot instruction provide educational oppor-
tunities for more than 4- 000 annually The Division also

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administers the Slate Center for Continuing Education
located in Jacksonville the inler-university Correspon-
dence Study Department and designated federally
funded programs such as those provided under The
Stale Technical and Vocatlonal Services Act (P.L. 8- 182);
The Higher Education Act of 1965 iP.L 89-3291. The
ElementarN and Secondar\ Education Act IPL 89-101.
Cooperative Extension Service personnel are utilized
in community oriented programs under Title I of P.L.
89-329.



TRAVELING SCHOLAR PROGRAM
The state Unisersits S\stem attords under the Travel-
ing Scholar Program an opportunity for graduate stu-
dents in take course work or conduct research activities
at any ol the uni\ersities in the Stale System. The course
work taken under the auspices ol the Traveling Scholar
Program at another university in the System will apply
for graduate degree credit at the student s home cam-
pus. The deans ot the graduate schools of Ihe State
universities are the coordinators of the Program. For
derails regarding the Program and for approval to par-
ticipate in it students must apply to the 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 de-
velopment arm ol the Universit. coordinating its
efforts closely with the Office of Academic Affairs and
the Graduate School.
In carrying out its responsibilities, the Division's
activities support the total research and training pro-
gram of the Uni\ersity in order to produce a maximum
benetil to the University and the greatest service to the
State of Florida 11 proposals for sponsorship or re-
search. granis-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 oi the Division ol Sponsored Research
are intended to stimulate growth and to assist in ex-
panding a balanced research and training program
throughout the Universit. These activities are intimately
related to the support ot the graduate program. The ser-
vices provided are designed to relieve the principal in-
vestigators in many departments of detailed adminis-
trative and reporting duties connected with some spon-
sored programs The duties and responsibilities ot the
Division. ol course, do not supplant the prerogative of
the principal investigator who seeks sponsors for his
own project nor upon the responsibility of the investi-
gator tor the scientific integrity ot the project In direct
contacts between a principal investigator and a potential
sponsor however, coordination with the Division is nec-
essarn to insure uniformitr in contract requirements and
to avoid duplication of negotiations wilh the same spon-
sor
The Div vision of Sponsored Research is administratively
responsible to the \'ice President for Academic Affairs.
Policies and procedures for the Division are developed
by a Board ol Directors working with the Director with-
in the general framework of the administrative policies
and procedures of the Unisersity.
THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS. a divi-







GENERAL INFORMATION


sion of the Institute of Food and Agricullural Sciences.
are responsible for extensive organized research lead-
ing to the improvement of all phases of Florida s wide-
ly varied agricultural production processing and mar-
keting. The Stations are administered by the Dean tor
Research located on the University of Florida campus
and include main station departments as well as Agri-
cultural Research and Education Centers operating as
an integral administrative unit.
Many members of the research staff of the Agricul-
tural Experiment Stations are also members of the
faculty of the College ot Agriculture as are some in the
Agricultural Extension Service These three agricultural
divisions of the University work cooperatively in man\
areas under the administration of the Vice President
for Agricultural Affairs. While agricultural research is
the primary oblective ol the Agricultural Experiment
Stalions funds tor graduate assistants are made avail-
able to encourage graduate training and professional
scientific improvement.
Results ol the research ot the Agricultural Experiment
Stations are published in scientific journals bulletins.
circulars. mimeographed reports and the Sunshine State
Agricultural Research Report and are available to Florida
residents without charge upon request to the Editorial
Department of the Agricultural Experiment Station at
Gainesville. The Agricultural Experiment Station coop-
erates closely with the A ricultural Extension Service
in providing research findings for prompt dissemina-
tion.
Research at the Main Station is conducted within
18 departments Agricultural Economics Agricultural
Engineering, Agronomy. Animal Science Botany. Dairy
Science Entomology and Nematology Food Science
School of Forest Resources and Conseration Fruit
Crops. Microbiology,. Ornamental Horticulture Plant
Pathology Poultry Science Soil Science. Statistics
Vegetable Crops and Velerinary Science In addition to
the above the Main Station has lour units vilal to its
research programs. namely Editorial Library Field
Services and Business Service.
In order to best serve the varied needs of Florida s
diversified agriculture Agricultural Research and Edu-
cation Centers are located at numerous locations having
different climatic conditions, soil types and crops.
Intensive research is conducted in all fields of agricul-
ture such as citrus vegetable tield crops livestock
pastures and manv others.
The Agricultural Research Centers and their locations
are as follows: Monlicello Brooksville. Ft. Pierce Im-
mokalee. Dover Ft. Lauderdale Hastings. Ona, Apopka
Marianna. Live Oak. Leesburg Lakeland lay and
Ocala.
The Agricultural Research and Education Centers
and their locations, are as lollows Homestead. Belle
Glade, Bradenton, Lake Alfred, Quincy and Sanford.
The Florida Agricultural Experiment Station is coop-
erating with the Brooksville Beef Cattle Research Sta-
tion, Brooksville, a USDA field laboratory in its beet
cattle and pasture production and management pro-
grams. and with the National Weather Service Lakeland
in the Federal Frost Warning Service for truill and vege-
table producers and shippers as well as cooperating
with numerous Florida agricultural agencies and or-
ganizations.

THE FLORIDA ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL
EXPERIMENT STATION developed from early research
activities of the engineering faculty and was officially
established in 1941 by the Legislature as an integral
part of the College of Engineering. Its mandate is "to
organize and promote the prosecution of research
projects of engineering and related sciences. vith


special reference to such or these problems as are im-
porlant to the industries of Florida
The College and the Station are inextricably inter-
ltvined-Ihe two activities cannot be separated tunc-
tionally they comprise the two arms ol the vvhole en-
ginee,'ng body In many instances a program initiated
primarily as a research entity has developed into a full-
fledged academic department ot the College
demonstrating the close interlocking relationship of
the research and teaching lunclions
Each year a series of Special EIES Proiects are se-
lected that are of high priority to Floridians Examples
are projects on regional vater management beach
stabilization pollution abatement power plant sire
selection stream improvement and technology Irans-
ler. The funding ol these projects i; otten enhanced
by support trom municipal state or federal agencies
as well as from grants from industries and loundallons.
Since 196" seven departments ot the College ot
Engineering and the Experiment Station have moved
into some 310000 sq II. provided in seven modern
new buildings and one remodeled building These
improvements including equipment have raised the
value ot the physical plant o0 the College to o\er 513
million
The laboratories. slall and facilities of other divi-
sions ot the Universirt also are available to the Sta-
tion research taculty through many outstanding inter-
disciplinary programs. These research lacullt mem-
bers comprise the leaching and lecture sitati llh
whom the students come into dadly contact in the
classroom. With the close relationship that exists be-
tween leaching and research students are exposed
to many engineering and industrial problems normal\
not encompassed in a college program. Moreover
the undergraduate students trequenml\ ind emplco ,
ment on research projects as student assistants
The Slanion receies onhl a small portion or iis oper-
ating revenue trom the state. The major support ol its
research activities is dern ed trom contracts \vith go.ern-
ment agencies inundations and indusilral organiza-
lions Large and small manulaclurers avail themselves
o0 the finest engineering re-earch laboratories in the
Southeast The Station has superior racillies and stati
in such fields as microelectronics and integrated cir-
cuits power systems metallurgy ceramics- coasral
and oceanographic engineering, soil mechanics trans-
port phenomena and Iluid dsnamics- energy confer.
sion air and vialer pollution control electrochemistry
lasi neutron physics, nuclear rocket propulsion dy-
namics and \ibraiions: communications kinetics
,onics gaseous electronics and plasma and systems an.
alysis to name a fev.
THE BUREAU OF RESEARCH is one or the actiitiies
of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts II loslers
and encourages research in all areas ol the building
arts and line arts II also provides an opportunity for
graduate students and taculiy members to engage in
research and cooperate elfectivel\ in research with
other University departments and institutions
THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RE-
SEARCH is the Research Division ot the College of
Business Administration. A part or the work of the
Bureau is to provide economic and business inrorma-
lion about Florida. A malor source ol this information is
the FLORIDA STATISTICAL ABSTRACT published an-
nually b, the Bureau By published reports ol special
research and through the monthly Economic Leaflets
Sent Iree to any resident of Florida upon request the
bi-monthly Business and Economic Dimensions and
special reports, the results or research work available
to all residents ol Florida. Consultant Sernices are ren-
dered the business community civ ic groups and govern-

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General

GENERAL INFORMATION


meni The Bureau makes it possible lor leaching pro-
fessors to engage in organized research and provides
research training for graduate students
THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CLEARING SERVICE
is a research publication. and service adjunct of the
Department of Political Science in The College of Arts
and Sciences. II carries on a continuous program ol
research on public administration and public policy in
Florida: II publishes research and surveys ol govern-
mental and administrative problems in both scientific
and popular monograph storm In broad areas of public
policy and public service training II works in coopera-
tion with other units 0o the Universilv
THE RESEARCH DI VISION OF THE COLLEGE OF
JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS conducts
research in the news media in broadcasting adver-
l sing and public opinion

THE FLORIDA WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH CEN-
TER was established in 1964 as Ihe result of the passage
of P.L. 88-3 V The W'ater Resources Research Act ao
1964 "to Tiimulale sponsor provide for and sup-
plement present programs for conduct of research
investigation experiments and the training ol scien-
tists in the fields ol water and of resources which affect
water The Center has a small administrative slalf and
the tunds available to it are used largely in \water research
projects II is under the general policy guidance ol a
Committee composed of the Acting Director ol the
Center lor Aquatic Sciences the Deans to the Colleges
of Arls and Sciences Engineering and Law. the Dean
lor Research. IFAS, the Director Division ol Spon-
sored Research and the Director. Department ot En-
gineering. Central and Southern Florida Flood Control
District The operations ot the Center are under a Direc-
lor.
THE URBAN STUDIES BUREAU is the University unit
responsible tor coordinating and encouraging the devel-
opment ot interdisciplinary research in and ol urban
areas, curriculum and training programs in urban studies
and the establishment ol liaison between the Universily
and urban areas. It is administered by a Director who
is responsible to the Vice President tor Academic Af-
fairs.
THE DIVISION OF PLANNING AND ANALYSIS per-
forms the analysis and does the planning required to
ensure that available resources will be used to accom-
plish Ihe goals of the many and diverse programs ol
the Uniersity ot Florida at minimum long range cost.
Work is carried out by the stall and related committees
in the areas ol campus planning, budgeting and space
assignment The policies and procedures tollolled by
the division in its operation are available to anyone
by application to the o'lices ot the division.



COMPUTING CENTER
The Computing Center of the Univerasil provides
the services ol IBM S\stems/3b0 Model 65 and 1401
electronic computers 563 Calcomp Plotter and other
subsidiary equipment.
The principal functions ol the center are:
1. To aid research by furnishing computing services
lor the laculty staff. graduate students, and others.
2. To provide computing support for undergraduate
and graduate classes.
3. To maintain a library ol computer programs for
the benefit of users.
4. To carry on investigations in the theory and appli-
cation ol numerica analysis.


5. To conduct research under contract or other ar-
rangemenis for university federal, state, and
other government agencies, as well as for foun-
dations and individuals.
6. To assist in coordinating and developing Uni-
versity research programs in ,which the computer
may be involved.
7. To provide machine computations and tabulating
facilities for olher educational and research units
of the Universily
The Computing Center is primarily a research unit
though members of the stall may leach courses in
other departments. Thesis work may be carried on in
in the Center.



THE j. HILLIS MILLER
HEALTH CENTER
THE I HILLIS MILLER HEALTH CENTER at Ihe Uni-
versitl ol Florida in Gainesville is a modern complex of
institutions which advance human health and educate
tomorrow s leaders in Ihe health professions.
II is housed in a building complex which includes
the College of Dentistry the College of Health Related
Professions. the College ot Medicine. the College ot
Nursing. the College of Pharmacy and the Shands Teach-
ing Hospital and Clinics. which is its center for modern
patient care and clinical training of news health profes-
sionals A College ol Veterinary Medicine is in early
planning stages
The academic programs ol the Health Center pre-
pare students to understand that tomorrow s health
care must focus on The community in order to achieve
the long range health ol man The programs help them
to understand that health care involves the health leam:
the physician. the nurse, the dennsl. the pharmacist:
persons in health related professions the community;
the researcher the educator: the counselor the body
or men and women who by training together-and
later by working Iogether-contribute more effectively
to a person's well being.
The health-oriented professions exchange infor-
mation within the Health Center and draw upon the
olher resources ol Ihe University to further man's under-
standing of health and illness.
Since the opening oa its first unils-the Colleges oi
Medicine and Nursing-in 1956, the Health Center has
become one ol the most advanced centers for health
care, education and research in the nation.
Located on the southern edge oa the University of
Florida campus the Health Center was named for Dr.
SHills Miller late president ot the University whose
vision and determination helped formulate the early
planning of the health complex as an integral part of
the University.
The Health Center building complex includes the
Medical Sciences Building the Shands Teaching Hos-
pital and Clinics activated in 1958 the Pharmacy Re-
search Wing. opened in 1961, and the Jessie Ball duPont
Building which opened in 196-.
Prolect I, a building expansion program to provide
needed facilities for the educational programs of the
Health Center. is underway
A College of Denlistry tacilily is under construction
as part of the health sciences building complex.
A Veterans Administration Hospital across from the
Health Center is engaged in a program of patient care.
teaching and research which is aitiliated with the pro-
grams in the Health Center s colleges.






GENERAL INFORMATION


The Jacksonville Hospitals Education Program. Inc.
which offers educational opportunity in clinical fields
to students of the Health Center s colleges is an otfi-
cial division of the University ot Florida


INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
The organization ot the Instilute of Food and Agricul-
tural Sciences ilFASi was approved by the Board ot
Regents in 1964. The Institute is the Uni\ersity of Flor-
ida s staleswide agricultural research and educational
organization. With programs extending into .irtually
esery county and community in Florida the primary
mission of IFAS is that o0 helping Ihe State to realize
its maximum potentials for agricultural deselopmenl.
This mission is carried out through the three closely
related functions ol resident instruction research and
extension-including the programs ol the College o0
Agriculture. the agricultural Experiment Stations the
Agricultural Extension Serice and the School of Forest
Resources and Conservation. The Vice President for
Agricultural Altairs for the Universitl coordinates the
functions ol this unique research and development
program which serves the Stales mulli-billion dollar
agricultural industry-Florida s most important in-
dustry.
The offices ol the \Ice President as well as the Deans
tor Resident Instruction. Research and Extension are
located near the center of the campus in McCarty Hall
Administrative offices ol the School of Forest Resources
and Conservation are located in Rolls Hall
Developing the trained manpower to serve Florida s
dynamic agricultural industry is the mission ot the resi-
dent instruction function ol IFAS. The curriculums ol
the teaching program tor the ditlerent fields of study
are structured to provide the training necessary for its
students to meet the ever changing needs of the State s
highly specialized agriculture and related businesses.
The mission of the research division ot IF S is directed
at developing new and improved technology to enable
Florida s agriculture to become more etticient and im-
prove its competitive position This mission is accom-
plished through the research programs of ihe 19 on-
campus departments of IFAS as well as through the
eflorls ol the vast network ot 21 research or research
education centers located trom Pensacola to Home-
stead. Basic and applied research are the products ot
this network. Many ol these units aim their elforts
primarily at developing new and improved technology
to meet the needs ol the area in which they are located.

Concerned with oft campus educational endeavors,
the extension programs of IF\S are aimed at getting
new knowledge used in such a way that maximum bene-
fit can be realized by the people of Florida. The ex-
tension program at the local lesel is cooperativels
administered by the University ol Florida. the several
Boards of County Commissioners and the United
States Department of Agriculture. The County Agri-
cultural and Home Economics Agents located in 66 of
Florida s counties are members ol the faculty of the
University of Florida and conduct both youth and adult
educational programs virtually in esery community
of the State.
The reputation ot IFAS, as one of this nation s pri-
mary sources of agricultural technology lor the humid
tropics has been firmly established. The International
Programs Otlice ol IFAS including the Center for Tropi-
cal Agriculture is responsible for coordinating efforts
aimed at helping to meet the needs of developing
Tropical countries for experienced technical assistance


personnel and applicable quality training ol their own
people.
The agricultural programs ot the Unisersity of Florida
have. without question been a malor contributing
factor in the development of Florida s multi-billion
dollar agricultural industry. The resources of these edu-
cation, research and development programs are com-
mitted to assisting all segments of the agricultural
industry with a more complete development ol Florida s
agricultural potential.




General

ADMISSIONS


Admissions



APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Application for admission to ans College School or
Division of the Uni\ersity must be made to the Admis-
sions Section of the Orfice of the Registrar on the forms
prescribed and b$ the dates indicated below. It is quite
proper to correspond \ith Deans, Directors or Depart-
ment Chairmen but such contact with Unn ersitr officers
does not in any waa eliminate the necessity for ailing a
formal application in the Orfice of the Registrar by the
dates specified.
How to Apply. 4n applicant should address a request
to the Admissions Section, Otrice of the Registrar. Uni-
tersity ol Florida asking ?or application forms. Forms
and directions for completing applications vary \ith
the level of entry at the University and the applicant
should indicate that forms are being requested for ad-
mission as a Freshman, tinder-graduate Transfer, Grad-
uate. La\y, Medical, or Special student, as the case might
be.



GENERAL STATEMENT
The University encourages applications trom quali-
tied applicants from all cultural racial, religious and
ethnic groups
A brief summary or the general requirements tor
admission or readmis-ion to any college or dvislon of
Ihe Linersit is gi en below -
1. A salislacior- academic record
2. Sanslactory scores on achievement tests or ex-
aminations
3 4 saiialactory conduct record
The specific requirements lor readmission lal the
same or a dllferent level ol a student previously enrolled
at the University of Florida are given in the STUDENT
REGULATIONS section of this catalog Consult the
INDEX for page number.
The spectic requirements lor admission to the
Unniersi t ol Florida tor the tirsl time as a Freshman
Undergraduate Transfer. Graduate Law. Medical.
or Special student may be found in the appropriate
sections which tollos It should be understood, how-
ever, that minimum requirements are given and thai
admission to the University is a selective process. the
satisfaction of minimum requirements does not auto-
matically guarantee admission.
The admission requirements have been arrived ar
alter a very careful stud\ ot the experiences ol thou-
sands oi students over a long period of years In e\ery
case minimum requirements have evolved Irom studies
ol student performance at the University ot Florida.
These studies have had as a primary objective the iden-
tiication ol factors that v\ould indicate reasonable
chance tob successful completion ot University ol Flor-
ida work
The Universityl Admissions Committee is the agency
responsible tor administering all admissions to the Uni-
versity and its various components
Students vwho are planning to enter the University
ot Florida tor the tirsi lime will be considered for ad-
mission as follows.
1 Beginning Freshmen-studenis who have never
attended college. iSee following section. ADMIS-
SION AS A FRESHMANi.


2 Undergraduate Transfers-students who have pre-
viously attended any college or university regard-
less of amount ot time spent in attendance or
credit earned but who have not received a bach-
elor s degree. ISee following section ADMISSION
AS A TRANSFER STUDENT TO UNDERGRADUATE
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGESi.
3 Graduate Students-candidates or Master s or
Doctor degrees. ISee following section AD-
MISSION TO GRADUATE SCHOOL.
-1. GENES'S Students-candidates for admission to
the Graduate Engineering Education System
program of the College ot Engineering iSee fol-
lowing section ADMISSION TO THE GRADUATE
ENGINEERING EDUCATION SNSTEMi.
5. Law Students-candidates tor admission to the
College of Medicine iSee folloMing section, AD-
MI_%ION TO THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE).
SSpecial Students-applicants w.ho do not fall in
one ol the aboae categories. ISee lollo ing section
ADMISSION AS A SPECIAL STUDENTi.
8. Transient Students-applicants \vho wish to en-
roll for one term only in order to complete work
lor Iransier back to parent institution. ISee fol-
lowing section ADMISSION AS A TRANSIENT
STUDENTi.


Physical Examination Requiremenis
The results of a physical examination completed
by your physician or any Doctor of Medicine and
reported on forms supplied by the University Physi-
cian are required prior to initial enrollment at the
University of Florida. It your application for admis-
sion is approved the physical examination form will
be forwarded to you for completion by your doc-
for and return to the University Physician. Your report
of physical examination should be received by the
University Physician at least 2 weeks prior to your
planned date of entrance.


ADMISSION AS A FRESHMAN
APPLICANTS WHO HAVE NEVER ATTENDED COL-
LEGEi When to Apply: No application will be consid-
ered for the 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. The deadline for receipt of appli-
cations for September is March 1. Notification o ad-
mission or denial will be given to all applicants by
early April. The deadlines for receipt of applications
lor bother teris are given in the University Calendar.
Admission ot students is on a selective basis. The
availability of community junior colleges and other
state universities in Florida has caused the Board of
Regents to assign to the university or Florida a role in
the total slate system of higher education which de-
mands that the entering Freshman Class be limited in
number. Such limitation does not prevent students
Irom attending the upper division and professional
schools ot the Uniersiir since they may attend junior
colleges or other universities and if qualified, subse-
quently transfer to the University s upper division col-
eges in accordance wvi'h rules printed elsewhere in
this Catalog.
The requirements tor admission set forth below are
designated to give priority to those applicants whose
potential on the basis ol their record indicates the
greatest likelihood ol success and the obtaining of
maximum benetils irom the University College pro-
gram at the Uni\ersity of Florida.







ADMISSIONS


A. Requirements for admission-Florida students
For consideration a student must meel the following
minimums,
1. Graduation from an accredited secondary school.
2. Twelse academic units 'English Foreign Language
Mathematics Science and Social Sludiesi
3. A "C average in academic courses.
4. A score in Ihe top 10"., Itolal score of J300 on the
Florida Twelfth Grade Tests
5. A record of good conduct Malor or continuing
dilticully with school or other authoriliie may make an
applicant ineligible regardless ol his academic quali-
tications.
A student s total high school record is a significant
factor in determining whether he will be selected for
admission Not onl\ his grades and his scores on the
Florida Twelfth Grade Test but the educational ob-
lective and pattern ol courses taken in high school rank
in class school s recommendation and the personal
record are all important in prolecling a studeni s poien
tial tor successfully meeting the academic standards oat
the University ot Florida.
Composite pictures of Recent Freshman Classes at
the Universitl oi Florida indicate that appro imatels
'"0o score between 380-495 on the Florida Twelirh Grade
Placement Test which places them in the top 20'" of all
secondary high school seniors Approximately 50"' ot
each entering class has earned a B or better aer-
age in high school academic subjects While there
is no minimum grade average or test score which in it-
self assures a student ol admission or success in college.
prospective freshmen are urged to discuss the meaning
and implication ol these data w:th their school counsel-
ors before deciding whether to apply tor admission to the
University ol Florida.
B. Requirements lor admission-Non-Florida Slu-
dents.
Because of a limited entering Ireshman class only
a small number of highly qualified studiens from states
other than Florida may be admitted The minimum re
quirements lor consideration are essentially the same
as for Florida students except that scores of at least
500 on each section ol the Scholastic Aptitude Test
of the College Entrance E examination Board are expected.
In addition each out of state student must achieve
an academic average ol B or better and should rank
in the top tifth ot his class.
Candidates' Reply Date. Freshmen admitted for the
September class must indicate their enrollment plans
by May 1.
Advance Housing Payment. Entering Freshmen are
required to pay their housing contract at the time they
give notice of their enrollment plans. This payment is
non-retundable after May 1.
Early Decision for Superior Students. Students with
superior secondary school records academic average
at least 3 51 and junior year high school SAT rest scores
approximatelyv 600 each on the verbal and mathe-
matics sections may apply tor early decision. The stu-
dent must certify that this is his only application and
this statement must be supported by the signatures
of his parents and appropriate school otiicial The com-
pleted application must be received by November 1
and, if admitted the student must make his com-
milment to attend the University ot Florida, accom-
panied by his housing payment by December 1

Early Admission. Since the University of Florida has a
Board of Regents imposed ceiling on the number of
beginning freshman students, it does not encourage a
formal program of early admission. Students consider-
ing college entrance prior to graduation from high


school are advised to seriously discuss this mailer
with their parents and school guidance counselors.
applications for early admission from students in an
Accelerated Graduation Program will be considered
by the Unirersitl s Admissions Committee provided
the following information is available for evaluation.
1 A written statement from the student setting forlh
the reasons tor requesting admission to the Uni-
versity of Florida prior to graduation from high
school.
2. An official transcript of the student s record
covering the ninth tenth and eleventh grades.
3. A report ol the students scores on either the
Scholastic Aptitude Test iSATi of the College En-
trance Examination Board or the Florida Iwelfth
Grade Placement Test
4. A letter of recommendation Irom the student s
high school principal or guidance director
5. Results of personal interviews by at least three
members of the Admissions Committee.
In view ol the Board ot Regents limitation on the
size ol the entering freshman class, only a ver\ small
number of students have been approved Ior early
admission to the Unisersity or Florida. However the
University is a parlicioant in the Advanced Placement
Program and the College Level Examination Program
sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board
Under these programs, a student may receive Universitl
credit on the basis ol satislactor\ scores achre\ed on
the examinations For lurlher information concerning
these programs please contact the Coordinalor of
Advanced Standing Credit in the Dean s Office Uni-
versity College Umniersit nt Florida
All Freshman applicants are considered irfr admission
(I the Lniersili College



ADMISSION AS A TRANSFER
STUDENT TO UNDERGRADUATE
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
,APPLICANTS %\HO HA\E ATTENDED -N' COLLEGE
OR UNI\ERSITS REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT OF
TIME SPENT IN ATTENDANCEE OR CREDIT EARNED
ARE CONSIDERED AS TRANSFER STUDENTS I
When to Apply: Applications may be submitted not
more than one year in advance and applicants are
strongly urged to apply at least six months prior to the
dale they plan to enter. Applications will not be ac-
cepted after the deadline date for the term as indicated
in the University Calendar published in this catalog.
The applicant who wails until the last possible date
to file his application may find that he is unable to
furnish the necessary supporting records in lime to
permit a decision for the term in which he desires to
enler.
In this section are listed the general requirements
tor admission ot undergraduate transfer students II
should be observed however that ADMISSION TO THE
UNI\ERSITN IS A SELECTIVE PROCESS AND SATISFN-
ING THESE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS DOES NOT
GUARaNTEE ACCEPTANCE Allenlton is also directed
to the fact that some Upper Division colleges ot ihe
University hate established enrollment quotas because
oa limitations ol space and laciliies. Transfer appli-
cants who meet the minimum admission requirements
vill be referred 1i the selection ccmmiitee ot the
appropriate college lor consideration ot their enroll-
ment within the college s established quotas
A transfer applicant should reler to the General In-
lormation section of this catalog %which deals with the
organization of the UniversitN for an explanation ot





General

ADMISSIONS


the University College ILower Divisioni and the Upper
Diinsion
It an applicant is accepted for admission courses
completed at other accredited institutions with grades
ol "D or higher which reasonable\ parallel the cur-
riculum of the University of Florida will be accepted
for transfer. However, it is the prerogative ol the col-
lege I\ilhin the Universilyt administering the work for
the degree sought to determine how transfer credits
may be used in satisfying degree requirements. No
more than 64 semester hours 196 quarter hours of
credit transferred from or through a junior college
ma) be applied toward the quantitative requirements
for a Universit ol Florida degree

A. FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGE GRADUATES
(This section applies ONL1 to students seeking to
transfer directly from a Florida public junior college
\nith the Associate in Arts degree in a university
parallel program All other junior college appli-
cants and undergraduate transfer applicants from
tour-sear or upper division colleges and universi-
ties should consult Section B nhrch follows I
The Universitl ot Florida subscribes to the Articu-
lation Agreement between the State Universities and
Public junior Colleges of Florida. Under this agree-
ment. any graduate of a Slate approved Florida public
junior college is eligible tor admission to the Univer-
sitl iI the student has completed the uni\ersily parallel
program and received the Associate in Arts degree
provided the degree has been awarded on Ihe basis
ui the following.
1 At least 60 semester hours lq0 quarter hours ot
academic work exclusive ol occupational courses
and basic required physical education courses
I An approved general education program ol at
least 36 semester hours S14 quarter hours.
3. A grade point average ot at least 2.0 on a -4 0 sys-
tem on all college level academic courses attempted.
Within space and fiscal limialtions, applicants who
have satisfied the above minimum requirements will
be considered lor admission al the junior level to an
Upper Division college. Such students may be re-
quired to lake additional pre-proiessional courses nor
completed at the junior college. However such courses
\,ill not reduce the number ot credits required in the
Upper Division for a degree
B. TRANSFER APPLICANTS OTHER THAN GRADU-
ATES FROM A FLORIDA PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGE
I This section applies to students seeking to trans-
ter from a Florida public junior college without an
Associate in Arts degree in a university parallel pro-
gram and to all undergraduate transfer applicants
irom other colleges or universities.I
I. Requirements for admission to Ihe University Col-
lege.
1. Eligible for admission as a beginning Freshman.
An applicant must have been eligible lor admission to
the University ot Florida as a beginning Freshman in
order to be considered for admission to the Unisersity
College as a transfer student. ISee section ADMISSION
AS A FRESHMANi
2. Good standing. An applicant must be in good
standing and eligible to return to any institution prev-
iously attended. A student who for any reason vvill
nol be allowed to return to an instilurion previously
attended cannot be considered tor admission to the
University[ on Florida.
3 Satisfactory record. An applicant must have an
average ol "C or higher las computed by the Unier-
silt of Florida) on all work attempted at each institu-
lion previously attended. No application can be con-


sidered until complete official Iranscripts of all the
applicant s undergraduate work are in the possession
of the Admissions Olfice. An official transcript must
be furnished from each institution attended regardless
ol length of attendance or credit earned. Official sup-
plementary transcripts are required, as soon as they
are available, for any work completed alter making
application Since an average of "C or higher is re-
quired lor graduation from the University of Florida,
one who has tailed to maintain this average al another
instilulion is not eligible to apply Regardless of the
average earned courses completed at olher institu-
tions must reasonably parallel the curriculum at the
University ol Florida.
-4. Satiisactory test scores. An applicant must present
satisfactory scores on an acceptable general ability test.
Any of the tollovwing lests may satisfy this test require-
ment If laken prior to first enrollment in college, the
Florida Twelfth Grade Placement Test. the Scholastic
Aptitude Test ISATi of the College Entrance Examination
Board, or the American College Tesling Program (ACT)
will be considered. Otherwise the applicant should
furnish scores on the School and College Ability Test,
College Level ISCAT) The minimum acceptable score
on these tests will vary with the amount and quality
of academic study the applicant will have completed
prior to transfer.
5. Satislactory conduct record. An applicant must
present a satislactory conduct record. Regardless of
other qualifications an applicant wvho has experienced
serious or continuing dillicullt with school or other
authorities because of improper conduct may tind his
application disapproved.
II. Requirements for admission to an Upper Division
College.
With the exception ol item 1 an applicant for ad-
mission to an Upper Division College must satisfy the
requirements listed above tor admission to the Univer-
sity College In addition. the following requirements
must also be satisfied
1 Advanced Standing credit. An applicant must
present a minimum of 64 semester hours tor 96 quarter
hours ol acceptable college courses, not more than
lour semester hours ot which are in Militar) 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 tor admission by
the Upper Division college of his choice, or acceptable
substitutes, as part of the courses offered for advanced
standing credit. ISee appropriate college section of
this catalog. Upon recommendation by the Upper
Division college an applicant lacking some ol the spe-
cific course requirements may be permilled to enroll
in that college and complete them if he meets all other
requirements for admission, however, such Lower Divis-
ion courses will not reduce the number of credits re-
quired in the Upper Division lor a degree.



ADMISSION TO THE
GRADUATE SCHOOL
When to Apply- Applications can be accepted as late
as the final date listed in the Universit Calendar. Because
the final decision on admission to Graduate study has
to be made by the Graduate Selections Committllee of
the various Colleges and lime is required to prepare
the materials for Iheir consideration, it is strongly urged
that applications be made well in advance of this final
dare.






ADMISSIONS


Application for admission to the Gradual- School
must be made to the Admissions Section Otice of the
Registrar on lorms supplied b\ Ihat otice and at the
limes slipulated in Ihe University Calendar. Applica-
tions. which meet minimum standards for admission
are referred to the graduate selection committees ol
Ihe various colleges and divisions for approval or dis-
approsal.
No application will be considered unless the com-
plete otticial transcripts of all the applicant s under-
graduate and graduate work are in the possession ot
the Admissions Section and no transcript will be ac-
cepted as official unless if is received directly trom the
Registrar oi the institution in which the work was done.
Olticial supplementary transcripts are required a" soon
as the\ are available tor an; work completed alter
making application

All foreign students whose native tongue is not Eng-
lish making application for admission io the Graduate
School ol the Universil\ o0 Florida must present their
scores on TOEFL ITesting ot English as a Foreign Lang-
uagei. Each applicant is asked to write TOEFL Educa-
lional Testing Service, Princeton New lerseL U S.A
requesting a Bulletin of Inlormalion and registration
storm IT is important to remember that tinal consider.
tion can not be granted a foreign student s application
for admission until his scores on thi lest are received
bv Admission Section Ottice ot The Registrar Uni-
versity of Florida Gainesville. Florida U.S A.

In general, no student who is a graduate ol a non-
accredited institution will be considered tor graduate
sluds in any unit ot the ULniversit;.
Undergraduate Record Unqualilied admission to
the Graduate School is dependent upon the presen-
tation ol a baccalaureate degree from an accredited
college or curriculum with an average ot B tor the junior
and senior sears. In some units or the Graduate School
and on the more advanced levels ol graduate study
an undergraduate average considerable; above B ma;
be required. In some units admission may be considered
with an undergraduate average slightly below B
College graduate admission selection committllees take
into account not only the general grade average but
the distribution of work and the quality and extent
of preparation Ior the graduate program which the
student proposes to undertake.
While the general admissions requirements
described abose apply to both master s and doctoral
candidates it should be noted that doctoral candidates
must meet certain additional requirements which varN
according to the programs established bv the depart-
ments and colleges. Furthermore it is desirable for
students planning to enter certain colleges and depart-
ments to have a reading knowledge ot one foreign
language
Graduate Record Examinalion-A satislactors aver-
age score on the Graduate Record Examination is
required for admission. Each applicant tor admission
must submit scores on the aptitude test ot the GRE. but
either at the request ot the department concerned or
on his own solution, the applicant is encouraged to
submit in addition the score on one or more advanced
subject-matter lest of the GRE. The scores on all tests
taken will be weighed in regard to admission
The GRE is given six limes a year-in October, De-
cember, January, February. April and june-at a great
many locations in the United States including Gaines-
ville. Florida. To determine exact dates and the most
convenient locations, students should write to the
Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey.
Applications are required several weeks prior to the


examinalion and scores are received about a month
alter the examination Hence it is necessary\ to apple\
lor the GRE in earl September tor admission in lan
uary in early December lor admission in March in earl\
january Ior admission in lune and in early March for
admission in September Other examination- are
given tor which application must be made in Novem-
ber and May but the ones listed above are correlated
with admission deadlines




ADMISSION TO THE GRADUATE
ENGINEERING EDUCATION SYSTEM
(GENESYS)

I'hen to Appl/ The Graduate Engineering S\slem
iGENES'Si is a part ot the College ot Engineering
and as such tollow- the regular Unisersriy Calendar
Applicalions can be accepted as late as the iinal dale
listed in the Universit Calendar howeLer since the
record or all applicants ior GENESIS must be relieved
by the College ot Engineering and time is required to
assemble the necessary transcripts and test scores II
Is strongly urged thal application be made %well in
advance ol the tinal date.
All applicants seeking to enroll lor credit in courses
through GENESNS must secure admission into the Uni.
versdi ol Florida. Application for admission must be
made to the Admissions Section Oftice ol the Regis-
trar Unisersity o Florida on torms obtained Irom the
Resident Director ol GENES'S Cape Canaveral Or.
lando Daytona Beach or W\'est Palm Beach Florida
No application will be considered unless complete
official transcripts ao all ihe applicant s undergraduate
and graduate work are in the possession or the Regis
trar and no transcript will be accepted as olticial un.
less it is received directly from the Registrar ol the
institlulion in which the w ork was done
Applicants tor GENESS maV be admilled initially to the
Graduate School or to the College ot Engineering as pot -
graduate students depending upon the applicant s qual-
tiIcations and objeclives In order to be admitted to the
Graduate School the GENESYS applicant must salti\ all
admission requirements established by the Graduate
School Isee Admission to the Graduate School section
ol this catalugi. Briefly stated Ihese requirements in-
clude the presentation ol a baccalaureate degree trom
an accredited college or curriculum wsith an average
grade ol 'B lor the junior and senior \ears. a sat-
islaclor\ score on the Graduate Record Examinaion,
and the recommendation of the Graduate Selection
Committee ol the College ol Engineering
Applicants lor GENESYS who either tail to tull, meet
the requirements tor admission to the Graduate School
or who do not desire to work ror a graduate degree
may be admitted to the College or Engineering as pos-.
graduate students. Such students ma\ subsequently
be admitted to the Graduate School by removing de-
ficiencies. it any, in their qualifications Applications will
be considered on the basis of the applicant s overall re-
cord. The basic requirement for admission to GENESrS
as a post-graduate student in the College ot Engineering
is the possession ol the baccalaureate degree in en-
gineering irom an accredited college or curriculum
Although test scores Irom Ihe Graduate Record Examin
nations are not required applicants are strongly advised
to submit scores on both the aptitude test and the ap-
propriate advanced subjecl-maller sections ot the GRE as
evidence of their qualification lor admission Salisiaciory
scores on the GRE will be required for subsequent ad-
mission to the Graduate School.







ADMISSIONS


ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
When to Apply The Initial Application for Admission
form may be obtained after June 1 from the Office of
Admissions, College of Dentistry. Aller careful screen-
ing ot the Initial Application forms by the Dental Admis-
sions Committee promising applicants will be sent an
additional Formal Application requesting information
not included on the Initial Applicalton. The completed
Initial Application form should be returned directly to
the Office of Admissions. The submission of a prepro-
fessional committee evaluation or letters of recommen-
dation will not be necessary until the Formal Appli
cation is filed. A11 materials should be submitted as
early as possible, but no later than November 15 ot
each year
The College of Dentistry aspires to allract students
of the highest caliber into its various programs. High
standards of scholastic achievement. moral character.
and mol\ation are expected ol the applicant The stu-
dent oa dentistry must possess a high basic aptitude
supplemented by an academic preparation ot the high-
est order because of the vast area ot science which must
be mastered bv the dentist. The highly personal rela-
tionship between patient and dentist places Ihe latter
in a position of trust which demands maturity integrity
intellectual honesty, and a sense ol responsibility) A
broad representation of the ethnic mixture of the State
is sought in the student body through an active recruit-
ment program. The College strictly adheres to the
principle of ethnic, racial, religious and social equality
among its student body and faculty.
Cenerally. students applying tor admission should
plan to complete the requirements lor a bachelor s de-
gree. However qualified students may be accepted
without fulfilling the degree requirements provided
Ihey shot evidence of sufficient preparation lor the
study of dentistvr. Applicants with an overall B' aver-
age as a minimum will receive strongest consideration
for admission to the College ol Dehlistry Applicants
over the age of thirly rarely will be given strong con-
sideration
Etery applicant must lake the Dental Admission
Test preterablh in the Spring preceding the submission
of his Initial Application or at the latest the Fall testing
period The lest is given three times a year at many col
lege and university testing centers. Following a review
of all application materials and Dental Admissions
test scores by the Denial Admissions Committllee.
interviews with members of this Committee will be
arranged for competitive applicants.
S1ee also more detailed description in Ihe College ol
Dentistry bulletin i


ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF LAW
When to Appl, Applications can be accepted as late as
the tinal date listed in the Law Catalog Since time is re-
quired to assemble the transcripts and test scores
necessary it is strongly urged That the applicant tile his
application at the beginning or or during the last quarter
or semester ot his program lor the Bachelor s degree.
Beginning Students All applicants Tor admission to the
College of Lavw musl have received a baccalaureate de-
gree trom a regionally accredited college or univer-
sitl and achieved a salisiaclorN score on the Law School
Admission Test
The minimum acceptable score on the Law School
Admission Test required lor admission larnes vith the
total grade point average ache ed by theapplicant on all
college work alrempled h\ The applicant prior to the re-
ceipt of the bachelor s degree The lower the grade point

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average, the higher the Law School Admission Test score
must be to qualify for admission Grade point average
is computed by the University ot Florida system. in which
each quarter hour of A is allotted fui r poiiis. B three
points. C Iwo points. D one point and failure or incom-
pleies zero points. The sum ol the grade points so com-
puted is divided by the sum of all hours attempted. The
average thus derived determines the minimum Law
School Admission Test score for Ihe applicant. An ap-
propriate adjustment in the lest score will be made in
cases where the score submited is Ihe result ot retaking
the lest
Advanced Standing Students- For information on
admi.sson to the College or Lavt v% ith advanced standing
see ihe College or Law Catalog


ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
When to .ppl Because the number ol places in the
Iirsl Near class ol the College of Medicine is limited. it is
important that a candidate make application as early as
possible during the Summer and Fall of the year pre-
ceding his intended date of entr\.
Personal qualities ol high order character, res-
ponsibilit and maturtN are the primary requirements
for admission The student must have demonstrated
superior intellectual achievement. A bachelors degree
is strongly recommended. The quality of Ihe academic
background as well as the performance ol the student
in relation to the load attempted. still be weighed. A
genuine interest in human welfare is important. Efficient
methods of study and elective powers of reasoning are-
essential
The College admits both men and women. A limited
number of oul-ol-stale students in proportion to the
number in the Universitl as a whole may be admitted.
Applicants over the age ot thirty rarely, v ill be considered.
No applications from persons over thirtv-tive will be ac-
cepted. Students who have tailed academically or are
ineligible to continue in another medical school will not
be admitted.
Applications irom students who are presently enrolled
in another medical school illl be considered provided 11)
the student is eligible to continue in his present medical
school. and [J' the school he is now attending is a
member or the Association ot American Medical Col-
leges. Applications will also be considered from students
who have successfully completed work al an accredited
w o-year medical school.
Prospective applicants should take the Medical Col-
lege Admissions Test by the spring preceding the submis-
sion of the application. A personal interview will be re-
quired tor final acceptance.
Graduate students who are candidates for the Ph.D.
degree in medical sciences should apply through the
Graduate School
iSee also more detailed description in the College of
Medicine catalog I


ADMISSION AS A
SPECIAL STUDENT
When to Appl,. Each application for admission as a
special student must be reviewed by the University Ad-
missions Commillee. Applications cannot be considered
II they are received alter the dates specified in the Cata-
log: and it would be desirable for a person considering
application as a special student to initiate such an appli-
cation at least three months in advance of Ihe term he







ADMISSIONS


wishes to enter, in order to allow time tor additional evi-
dence to be presented it it should be requested by the
Admissions Committee.
Special students may be admitted to the various
schools and colleges of the Upper Division only by ap.
proval ol the University Admissions Commillee. Each
case will be considered on an individual basis. Applica-
tions for admission as a special student must include. iii
records ol previous educational experience Ihigh school
or college transcriplsi. 12i a statement as to the tIpe ot
studies to be pursued- i31 a briel statement ol the reason
or reasons for selecting a special program other than a
regular one Il) salislaclors evidence ot ability to pursue
these studies lor example a student to enroll as a spe
cial student or some technical courses and who feels
qualified to do so by reason of employment or other ex-
perience. 151 salisfacdor scoreson such ability orachieve.
ment tests as may be prescribed in individual cases by
the University Admissions Committee.


ADMISSION AS A
TRANSIENT STUDENT
WVhen to 4pplt Applications should be submilled ai
least two months in advance and will not he accepted
after the deadline dale lor the term as indicated in
the Universilt Calendar published in this catalog. Ap-
plicants should clearly indicate on all correspondence
with the Admissions Olice that enrollment as a tran-
sient student is being requested.
Subject to availabillt ol lacultl space and facilities
a regular undergraduate student in good standing at
another accredited collegiate institution may be permit-
led to enroll at the Universily of Florida for one term only
as a transient student in order to complete work to be
transferred back to the parent institution. Each applicant
will be required to furnish a statement of good standing
from the institution current\ attended No evaluation
will be made work pre\ ously completed bs the student
It is the applicant s responsibility to secure such approval
as may be required by the parent institution.
Enrollment as a transient student in no %way implies
future admission as a regular student to the University
of Florida.


ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION,
SELECTIVE SERVICE, AND
SOCIAL SECURITY
The University of Florida is approved tor the education
and training ol veterans under all public laws no\w in ei-
fecl. i.e., Chapter 31, Title 38 U.S. Code iDisabled
Veterans), Chapter 34. Title 38. U.S. Code ICold-War
G.I. Bill). and Chapter 35 Tille 38. U.S. Code iChildren
of Deceased or Disabled Veteransi. Students who may
be eligible lor educational benefits under any
Veterans Administration program are urged to contact
the local Veterans Administration representative or the
Veterans Administration Regional Office P 0. Box 1437.
St. Petersburg Florida. well in advance ol the dale of
their registration. Students expecting to receive benefits
under one of these programs must tile with the Oltice
of the Registrar their Certificate of Eligibility which is
issued by the Veterans Administration. No certification
can be made until the Certiicale ot Eligibility is on tile.
Benefits are determined by the Veterans Administration
and the University certilies according to Iheir rules
and regulations.


The Orlice ot the Registrar will submit enrollment
certification to the Selective Service Syslem if the slu-
dent has submitted his selective service number ac-
cording to Selective Service Sstem regulations. The
Seleclive Service System will also be notified when the
student is no longer enrolled or is no eligible to continue
andlor has completed requirements tor his degree
Inquiries relating to Social Security Beneiils should be
directed to the student s local Social Securit\ Oflice.
The Oilce of the Registrar will submit enrollment cerlit-
icates issued bN the Social Securily Administration lorstu-
dents eligible to receive educational benefits under the
Social Securil Act providing the student registers for
twelve quarter hours or more


ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR
FOREIGN STUDENTS
'11 foreign students whose nalive tongue is not En-
glish making application ior admission to the LUniersit\
ol Florida must present their scores on TOEFL iTesting ol
English as a Foreign Languagei. Each applicant is asked to
rile TOEFL, Educational Testing Service. Princelon
Nev, lerse\ U S.A. requesting a Bulletin ol Inlorm-
alion and registration form It is important to remember
that tinal consideration cannot be granted a foreign
students s application for admission until his scores on
ihis test are received b\ Admission Section Oflice ol
the Registrar Liniversily o0 Florida. "Canessille Florida
32601 U.S.A





General

EXPENSES



Expenses


APPLICATION FEE

Each application for admission to the University must
be accompanied by an application tee or 515.00 Applica-
tion lees are nonrefundable Further instructions ill
be found in the Admissions section of this catalog and
in the College of Law and the College of Medicine
catalogs.



GENERAL

STUDENTS SHOULD BRING SUFFICIENT FUNDS.
OTHER THAN PERSONAL CHECKS, TO MEET THEIR IM-
MEDIATE NEEDS Personal checks will be accepted for
the exact amount of tees.



CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS-
FLORIDA OR NON-FLORIDA
For the purpose ot assessing registration tees. students
shall be classified as Florida and non-Florida. A Florida
student is a person who shall have resided and had his
domicile in the Stale of Florida for al least twelve i12i
months immediately preceding the tirsi day of classes
of the current term
In applying this police "srudenl shall mean a person
admitted lo the insliluiion. II such person is a minor it
shall mean parents parent or legal guardian of his or
her person
The word minor shall mean a person w ho has not al-
rained the age ot 21 and whose disabilities or minority
have not been removed by reason o0 marriage or by a
court or competent jurisdiction.
The word 'domicile for lee-paying purposes shall de-
note a person s true. fixed. and permanent home and
place of habitation. It is the place where he intends to re-
main and to which he expects to return when he leaves
without intending to establish a new domicile else here.
The word 'parent shall mean a minors lalher. or
mother or II there is a guardian or legal custodian ot
his person then such guardian or legal custodian
In all application- lor admission br students as citizens
oi Florida theapplicant or ir a minor his parentsor legal
guardian shall make and tile with such application a writ-
ien slalemeni under oath rhal such applicant s a bonaride
citizen resident and domiciliary of the state of Florida
entitled as such to admission upon the terms and condi-
tions prescribed tor citizens, residents, and domiciliaries
of the State.
A non-Florida student is a person not meeting the re-
quirements outlined above A non-Florida student ior
if a minor, his parent or parents aller having been a res-
ident and domiciliary of Florida for Iwelve months may
apply for and be granted reclassification prior to the first
da, ot classes or any subsequent term in accordance
with the provisions ot the preceding paragraph In addi-
lion the application for reclassification must be accom-
panied by a certified cop\ or a declaration or intention
To establish domicle tiled w.lii the clerk or the Circuit
Court as provided b\ Section 222 1~ Florida Statutes.
Unless the contrary appears to the salislaction or the
registering authority~ or the institution at which a stu-
dent is registering it shall be presumed that


1 The spouse of any person who is classified or is eli-
gible for classification as an in-state student is like-
wi.se entitled to classification as an in-sate student.
2. A minor whose parent is a member of the armed
forces and stationed in this state pursuant to military
orders is eniilled to classification as an in-state stu-
dent The student while in continuous attendance.
shall not lose his residence when his parent is
Ihereatler transferred on military orders. A member
of Ine armed forces of Ihe Lnited Slates stationed
in this state on mililarv orders shall be entitled
to classication as an in-state student while on active
duty in this state pursuant to such orders.
3. No person oer the age or 21 %ears shall be deemed
to hate gained residence while attending any educa-
tional institution in this State as a lull time sludeni,
as such status is defined b\ Ihe Board ol Regents.
in the absence of a clear demonstration that he
has established domicile in Ihe Slate.
4. Ant person tho remains in Ihis Slatrew hen hisparent,
hating therelofore been domiciled in this Slate, re-
motes from this State shall be entitled to class-
itication as a Florida student so long as his alien-
dance at a school or schools in this State shall be con-
tinuous. Attendance at a school or schools in this
Stale shall be deemed 'continuous it the person
claiming continuous allendance has been enrolled al a
school or schools in Ihis Slate as a lulllime student. as
such term is defined by the Board of Regents for a
normal academic 'ear in each calendar year or the
appropriate portion or portions of such years Ihereof
since the beginning ol the period for which contin-
uous attendance is claimed. Such persons need not
attend summer sessions or other intercessions be-
yond the normal academic $ear in order to render
attendance continuous.
Any student granted status as a Florida student which
slalus is based on a sworn slalement which is false
shall upon a determination ot such talsirt be subject
to such disciplnary sanctions as may be imposed by the
president of the university which sanctions may include
permanent expulsion trom the Stale Universit Svystem or
any lesser penalty

The follow ing categories shall be treated as Florida
residents for tuition purposes:
1. Veterans ot the United Stales of America retired
with twenty 1201 years or more of active military ser-
\ice including dependent members of their im-
mediate families who are in Florida at the Ime or re-
tirement or twho mote to Florida within one year fol-
lotwing retirement and intend to make Florida their
permanent home
2. Full-lime elementarN. secondary, and junior college
facully members under current teaching contracts
in Ihe State of Florida.
3. Full-time faculty and career employees of the Univer-
sity System and members of Iheir immediate families.
iThis is construed to exclude the spouses of sludents.i
To establish Florida residence a student applying tor
admission should complete the residence affidavit on
the application form.
To change status from non-Florida to Florida a stu-
dent must present to the Registrar s Otlice a copy of the
Declaration of Inteni and the completed Residence
Altidavil Form To claim the military exception the stu-
dent must lurnish the Registrars Office a copy ol the
miltiar, orders showing assignment to Flonda. 4% public
school official must submit a written statement from his
superior as to his public school status. A University em-
ployee must submit a statement from his employer as
to his employment status.








EXPENSES


REGISTRATION AND
INSTRUCTIONAL FEES

The Unoiersity Calendar appearing at the tront ot this
catalog sets torth the beginning and ending dates
or each quarter.
THE FOLLOWING FEES AND CHARGES ARE PRO-
POSED AT THIS TIME HOWEVER SINCE THE CATALOG
MUST BE PUBLISHED CONSIDERABLE IN AD ANCE
OF ITS EFFECTIVE DATE IS IS NOT ALWAYS POS-
SIBLE TO ANTICIPATE CHANGES AND THE FEE
SCHEDULE MAY BE RE% IED E ERN EFFORT WILL BE
MADE TO PUBLICIZE CHANGES FOR AN) QUARTER IN
AD DANCE OF THE REGISTRATION DATE FOR THAT
QUARTER
Fees are payable on The dales listed in the Uniser.
sit\ of Florida Calendar appearing at the front ol the
Catalog or the dales shown on statements sent those
participating in Ad\ance Registration. Payment ot lees
is an integral part ol the registration process. Registration
including payment o0 leesi must he completed on or be-
lore the proper due dale Student Accounts The Hub
must be provided a properly\ executed authorization tor
payment in cases %where tees are to be paid by a pre-
iLously approved loan scholarship debit to student de-
posit. etc. prior to the deadline published on the calen-
dar. All payments tor Full and Parttime Students received
alter the due dale are subject to a 525 00 Late Fee
Fees charged are based on the classillcatlon of a stu-
deni as Florida or Non-Florida Full-Time or Part-Time
Graduate. Post-Baccalaureate or Undergraduate
1. Students w\ho register as Ireshmen sophomore;
juniors seniors or in a tilth-.ear baccalaureate program
will be assessed the undergraduate registration lee
2 Sludent'i w.ho register in Ihe Graduate School. as
post-baccalaureate studentss or in the College 't Law\
1ill be assessed the graduate registration lee.
S Post-bacralaurealp students unless regis-
tered in the Graduate School .\il be assessed the un-
dergraduate registration tee
Unless otherwise noted the lees Ior each quarter
include fees tor Matriculation Student Health Ser\ices,
Student Actihites and a general Building Fee


SUMMER' OF EXPENSES FOR
GRADUATE FLORIDA STUDENTS
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE


FEES
BOOKS
HOUSING
FOOD
TRAVEL
LAUNDRY
PERSONAL


TOTAL


QUARTER
$q10 00
'0.00
160.00
250.00
40.00
30.00
60.00

$800.00


FULL-TIME UNDER-
NOT ENROLLED IN

THREE QUARTERS
$5"0.00
210.00
480.00
-50.00
120.00
90.00
180.00

$2400.00


NOTE. Out-of-state undergraduate students should add
$350.00 per quarterly estimate and $1050.00 to academic
year estimate.

FEES ARE ASSESSED AS FOLLOWS
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
A FULL-TIME mine hours or morel FLORIDA STUDENT
will pay a lee of $190 for each quarter for which he is
enrolled.
A FULI.-TIME nine hours or morel NON-FLORIDA
STUDENT will pay lees of 5-40 for each quarter for which
he is enrolled 151i0 Registration plus $350 Non-
Florida Feel.


A PART-TIME FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled for eight
credit hours or less. %ill pa\. per quarter. A lee 0l $1b per
credit hour. He ,ill not be entitled 1o Student Activit
or Infirmary privileges
A PART-TIME NON-FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled for
eight credit hours or less will pay per quarter a tee ol
$43 per credit hour 1$16 plus S2" Non-Florida Feei He
will noi be entitled to Student Actisi.N or Innlrmary
pri ileges

GRADUATE STUDENTS AND STUDENTS ENROLLED IN
THE COLLEGE OF LAW
A FULL-TIME mine hours or morel FLORIDA STU-
DENT will pay a tee or $240 tor each quarter tor which
he is enrolled
A FULL-TIME mine hours or morel NON-FLORIDA
STUDENT will pa\ lees of $591) iur each quarter for
which he is enrolled s'240 Registraiion plus $350 Non-
Florida Feel
A PART-TIME FLORIDA STUDENT, enrolled tor
eight credit hours or less, \will pay per quarter, a tee
o0 $20 per credit hour. He will not be entitled to Student
Aclivity or Inlirmars pri ileges
A PART-TIME NON-FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled tor
eight credit hours, or less ill pa\ per quarter. a lee ol $4
per credit hour li20 Registration plus .$2 Non-Florida
Feei He ill not be entitled to Student Achlillt or In.
ihrmars privileges.
STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE M.D. PROGRAM OF
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND THE D.M.D. PRO-
GRAM OF THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
A FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled in the MD program ot
ihe College of Medicine will pa\ a tee ol 1 0150 per \ear.
payable in three installments ort $50 each in September
lanuary and March.
A NON-FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled in the MD pro-
gram ot the College of Medicine will pa\ a lee oft i 250
payable in three installments ol $ 50 each in September
January and March.
The lees shown are due and payable during the reg-
ularls scheduled registration periods in the months
shown above. See the Unniersit Calendar at the tront
ot this catalog tor applicable dales.
For turlher inlormaion see the catalogs ol the Col.
lege ol Medicine and College oi Dentistr.
GRADUATE ENGINEERING EDUCATION
SYSTEM (GENESYS)
A student enrolled in GENESIS will pa\ a lee of 560
per credit hour. The maximum tee charged will be 5375.
Students enrolled in GENESIS are not entitled to Stu-
dent Acli liN or InlirmarN privileges
Lni ersi[\ policies concerning application and late tees
also applh to GENES'S, ecept that the -'25.00 late tee
will not be assessed during the tirst ieek of classes.
SPECIAL FEES AND CHARGES
Audit Fee A regular\ enrolled lull-Ime student may
audit courses withoutt payment of an additional lee.
Others must pay lees ot $16 or S20 per credit hour de-
pending on classiiication. Auditors permit storms may be
obtained in the Ottice of the Registrar Fees dre payable
at Student Accounis The Hub.
Graduate Record Examination. The Aptilude Test ot
the Graduale Record Examination is required lor ad-
mission to the Graduate School A tee ol $8 covers the
cost of this examination. Students who lake one of the
Advanced Tests of the Graduate Record Examination
in combination w\iih the Aptitude Test pay a lee ot $16.
These lees are parable to the Educational Testing Ser-
,ice. Princeton New lersey 08540.
Graduate School Foreign Language Test. All Students
wishing to be certified as proficient in a reading know -





General

EXPENSES


ledge of French German Russian or Spanish must lake
the Educational Testing Service IETSI Graduate School
Foreign Language Tests. a lee ot $10 covers the cost ot
each examination. This tee is pa able to the Educational
Testing Seruice. Princeton News Jersey 085-40.
Librars Binding Charge. Candidates ror a graduate
degree ilth a thesis or dissertation pay 58.00 charge for
the permanent binding ot the Ito copite deposited in
the Unsersii\ of Florida Librar. This charge is pay -
able at Student Accounts the Hub b\ the dale specified
in the Graduate Catalog. A tops of the receipt must be
presented at the Graduate School ottice.
Alicrotilming Charge Candidates for a doctoral degree
pa\ S25 00 to cover the microlilming of the dis-
sertation This charge is payable at Student Accounts the
Hub b\ the dale speciired in the Garduate Catalog


PREPAYMENTS-UNIVERSITY
HOUSING
Beginning freshmen receie housing contracts auto-
malicallt when admission is approved They are required
to prepa, rent tor the rirst quarter at that lime This rental
prepayment is refundable under certain conditions as
set torrh in Ihe housing contract.
Applications for assignment to Unisersitl housing
facilities ror single students other than beginning Iresh-
men or tor married students must be accompanied
by a payment or S10 00. This payment is nonrefundable II
\will be credited against the rirsi rental payment.


REFUND OF FEES
Fees will be refunded under certain conditions upon
presentation at Students Accounts The Hub of a Regis-
tration Status form issued by the Registrar and the cur-
rent Ceritihcate ol Registration.
No refund swill be made under this policy except upon
proper application.
A lull refund ot tuition. registration and instructional
fees ,ill be made if a student withdrats Irom the Uni-
versity or if his registration is cancelled by the Universilt
on or before the tinal day tor adding courses and for
changing sections.
A rull refund of tuition registration and instructional
fees less $43 00. will be made if withdrawal was due
to involuntary call to aclie military service or due to the
death of the student.
Except as noted above no retund will be made if the
student withdraws after the final day for adding courses
and for changing sections unless withdrawal is for medi-
cal reasons. Illness must be confirmed by the student s
physician. A pro-rated reimbursement ot fees will be
made to students who withdraw for medical reasons
according to the following schedule-
Through the tinal da taor adding courses
and changing sections ........ 10000
Through Friday of the 2nd week of
classes ............... 75o
Through Friday of the 3rd week of
classes .......... 5000
Through Friday ol the 4th week of
classes ....... 2500
No pro-raied medical refunds will be made after
Friday ot the 4th week of classes
Commensurate refunds to par-time students shall
consist only of amounts which were collected for credit
to incidental revenue.
Deductions will be made from refunds for unpaid
accounts due the University


PAST DUE
STUDENT ACCOUNTS
All student accounts are due and payable at Student
Accounts The Hub at the time such charges are in-
curred
Delinquent accounts will be considered sufficient
cause lor cancellation of registration as University reg-
ulations prohibit registration graduation, granting of
credit or release ot transcript for any student whose ac-
count with the University is delinquent.






STUDENT AFFAIRS


Student Affairs

For a more complete description ot student lite and of
University Regulations pertaining specifically to Student
Affairs. see Student Handbooks. Florida Handbook.
Student Rights. Responsibilities Regulations and The
Married Student.


VICE PRESIDENT FOR
STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Lice President lor Student A lairs series as a still
officer advisory to the President in all matters pertain-
ing to students. As chiet student personnel otticer he
serves as a liaison between the Otfice of the President
and other adminisiralive ottices that deal with non-
classroom activities of students and with the s-el gos -
ernment processes of student groups
The Vice President for Sludent Atlairs works toward
providing on the campus a climate that is tasorable lo the
spirit or serious inquiry and is concerned with the
maintenance ol good communication and working
relationships among students lacult and administrafl.e
units as they labor together for the welfare of students.


OFFICE FOR
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
The Dean lor Student Deselopment has overall re.
sponsibilit tor the general welfare of all students To.
gether with his assistants, he provides an ottice lor per-
sonal counseling and adsisemeni in all aspects or stu-
dent gro\wh. Particular ailention is gisen to academic
financial and social problems and when necessary the
student is referred to other departments laculit or
agencies. The Otfice consists ol a Counseling and Ser-
vices section as well as a section for International Stu-
dents and a section tor Minorit Atlairs.
Fraternities and sororities are Tilhmn the administra-
tive and advisement responsibility ol the Ottice lor Stu-
dent Developmenl.
The Office has a coordinate functional relationship
with the Director ol Housing regarding student and
staft needs within Universitl housing lacitlies including
married students swhere\er they are housed
The Dean lor Student Development is the lirst point
of contact for information and assistance for interested
groups and individuals outside the Unisersit\ on ques-
Irons concerning students
The Assistant Dean tor Minorilt Allatrs provides many
services tor disadvantaged and minority students at
the Llniversity. These services include lutoring reler-
rals for academic advisement counseling financial as-
sistance and general guidance.
An Assistant Dean for Veteran Affairs with the aid of
student assistant veterans provides many services, in-
cluding tutoring referrals counseling financial as-
sistance information and general guidance.


OFFICE FOR STUDENT CONDUCT
The Oltice lor Student Conduct has the responsibility
for coordination oi e'torts to enforce the Code of Stu-
dent Conduct and such additional duties as the Vice
President for Student Alfairs may request him to
undertake including the investigation and presentation
of alleged violations of student conduct to various
hearing bodies.


DIVISION OF HOUSING

The Director ol Housing administers. supervises and
coordinates all programs and operations in the resi-
dence halls, the apartment villages, and the Ofl-Cam-
pus Housing Olffce. He works cooperalively, with the
Dean for Student De\elopment as mentioned above.
GENERAL INFORMATION
All Freshman and Sophomores who applh for admis-
sion to ihe University will receive Housing Agreements
upon approval ol admission. No application for Housing
is made b\ Freshmen or Sophomores.
All other students must nitiate their arrangements
tor housing eiher b,, ill applying to the Oltice of the
Director ot Housing lor assignment to Unisersity
Housing Facilities, or 12i obtaining accommodations
in private housing. ISee Oil-Campus Housing Sectioni.
All correspondence concerning applications lor ULni-
\ersity Housing should be addressed to the Director ol
Housing Uniersity of Florida Gainesville 32601). An
application for residence hall space for students other
than Freshmen and Sophomores ma, be tiled at an, rime
alter an application for admission to the Unisersity has
been made. Prospective students are urged to appl, as
earl\ as possible because ot the housing demand.
Roommate requests shall he considered it the in-
disiduals wishing to room together submit their ap.
plications on the same date clearly indicate their desire
10 room together on their respective applications and
are v ilhin similar academic classircalions
RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS
ALL SINGLE FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE STLJ-
DENTS IMEN 4ND WOMENI are required to live in Uni-
,ersilv Housing Upon written request. exceptions will
be considered for students who are married commute,
lise in Gaines.lle sith their parents, or undergraduate
men and women other than freshmen who wish to live
at their tralernilt or sorority houses Such requests will
not be considered alter the Housing Agreement is com-
pleted
Regardless ol classification housing contracts lor
single student housing are for the Agreement Near of
lour quarters (Ieptember to Augusti it the student is
enrolled
HOUSING ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
ORGANIZATION Unisersit residence halls have
been designed and organized to emphasize the import-
ance ot the individual student in small-size living
groups Each hall pro ides opportunitiestor normal and in-
lormal educational programs together with social and
recreational actisites. Man\ residents find their hall the
center or their oui-of-class interests. \'hat you %vill
tind depends largely upon sour own contribution to the
lile of your hall. Programs and acti\ites ary from hall
to hall and trom \ear to year since the\ are based on
the needs and interests of the students themselves.
STAFF In all residence halls or housing areas pro-
lessionall, trained administrators and counselors and
parl-time resident assistants are well qualified to assist
with group and individual actlilites as well as with mar-
rers of personal concern to student residents. In each
Living unit illoor or section. resident assistants and stu-
dent leaders pros ide group leadership and guidance.
SELF-GOVERNMENT All students in the residence
halls are automaricallh entitled lo parricipale in organiza-
lional actintes ,which can play a significant part in their
educational cultural social and recreational lile. Of-
ficers and representatives are elected to hall and area
councils which govern group activities and establish
standards for group living. There is full opportunity for
participation in the procedures of democratic self-eov-
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STUDENT AFFAIRS


ernment and tor li ung under the principles ol the Honor
Code.
In all residence halls, an actiity tee 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
closely chest-of drawers and senelian blinds Residents
are encouraged to obtain Iheir own drapes pictures bed-
spreads rugs and desk lamps alter arrival at the Univer-
si>"
LINEN SER\ ICE All students assigned to residence
halls are furnished a basic linen service. The charge is
included in the room rent This service entitles you to
two sheets, one pillowcase and three towels per week.
Extra linens or additional items such as blankets pillows
and desk lamos may be rented at a nominal cost.
TELEPHONE SERVICE Room telephones are avail-
able in all of the residence halls. Each room telephone
provides 2-1 hour service on campus and within the
Gainesville area. Charges for long distance calls are
billed monthly to the room phone by the Southern Bell
Telephone Company and residents pay directly to the
company The basic cost for local room telephone ser-
vice is included in the room rent.
RENTAL REFRIGERATORS Refrigerators will be
available in some residence areas and the cost is in-
cluded in Ihe quarter\ rale Students may bring their
own individual rterigerators to any residence area ex-
cept Beat Towters and elsewhere that relrigeralors are
permanent) installed. Siudents must make their own
arrangements for Inmallalion and removal of private
reirigeratorc.
S\'hIMMING POOLS Swimming pools are located
adjacent to the Graham Area and the Vulee Area and
are avtalable for use of students, statl and tacully of
the University.
RESIDENCE HALLS FOR
SINGLE STUDENTS
Some variety in types or accommodations is pro\ ided
by the University. The double room lor Two students is
Ihe most common type for men and women students.
A limited number or single rooms is available. In
several of the residence halls ror men 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 'otall 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 six residential areas:
1. Broward/Rawlhngs Area (women students only).
The Broward complex houses 626 students while the
Rawlings complex accommodates 350 students Al-
though student rooms are not air conditioned public
lacilities which are air conditioned include main lounges.
libraries recreation rooms television rooms calelerias.
and a sundry shop. Each iloor has a community bath-
room and a study room.
2. Graham/Hume Area coeducationall: This re-
;idence area houses a combined tolal of about 1200
students Men and women live in ditterent buildings
or in opposite vs wings separated by a central lobby and ad-
ministratie offices. Each floor has community bath-
rooms and study rooms and all facilities are air condi-
lioned. Central public tacliles include main lobbies,
libraries, recreation rooms, 'elesision rooms snack
bar and a bookstore All student rooms are doubles.
3 lenningsY/ulee Area Icoeducationall- The
jennings/lulee Residence Area houses about 950


students. Men and women live in separate buildings or
in opposite v wings of one building separated by a central
office and public lobby Non-air conditioned single and
double rooms are available and each floor has com-
munit\ bath facilities and a sludy room. Community
kitchens on each floor permit students to prepare their
own meals. Air conditioned public laciliies include main
lounges libraries recreation rooms and television
rooms.
4. MURPHREE AREA Icoeducational): Murphree,
Thomas Sledd Fletcher and Buckman Halls are all
located in this area The\ were the first residence halls
built on the UniversitN of Florida campus and represent
the largest Iving area for about 1300 students. Suites for
tIo. single and double rooms are available. All
rooms are equipped wilth lavatories. These halls are di-
vided into separate vertical sections, accommodating
from 16 to 60 students each. Men and women students
live in separate sections. There is a bath on each floor.
A Rathskeller is also located within the area.
Non Hall. also located in the Murphree Area, provides
housing for 214 men students within Ihe East stands ot
Florida Field. Von is completely air-conditioned and has
study rooms a recreation room. and a leleision room.
Most student rooms are doubles \with a lew singles
and triples. Yon Hall is assigned to men on athletic schol-
arships.
5 TOLBERT AREA icoeducationall: This area consists
of Weaker and East Halls accommodating aboul 400
women students and Tolbert South. and North Halls
accommodating about 500 men students Tolbert
Area contains single and double rooms with bath facil-
ities and sludy rooms located on each floor. Public
facilities for the area include a recreation room.
television room libraryN-slud\ room and snack bar.
6 BEATI TOWERS (coeducational, upperclass and
graduate students only, Each Tower one for women
and one for men accommodates approximately -00 slu-
denis These buildings are entirely air-conditioned and
carpeted %%ith a unique suite arrangement on each floor
that virluallh eliminates traffic past suite doors. All stu-
dent rooms are suites for lour including a study-kilch-
enetre. The commons building has a social room.
library and sundry shop.
Quarterly rent rates for a double room are currently
between $130 and $165 per student depending on
whether or not air-condiiloning telephone service, and
refrigerators are provided. The quarterly rent rate, in-
cluding utilities, for Bealf Towers is currently $175 per
student. A rental refrigerator will add $10.00 per quarter
to the cost ol any space in which a refrigerator is in-
stalled.
APARTMENTS FOR MARRIED STUDENTS
The Universrit operates flie apartment villages for mar-
ried students. To be eligible to apply torand occupyapart-
ment housing on-campus the following are necessary:
The married student must meet the requirements
for admission to the University of Florida, qualify as a
full-time student as defined by his college or school and
continue to make normal progress toward a degree
as determined by the head of his college or school. (A
minimum of 9 credit hours is required for a full-time
undergraduate students.
The married student must be a parl of a family unit.
detained as husband and wife with or without one or
more children or divorced or widowed persons with
dependent children.
The married, widowed or divorced student must be
part of a family with a combined gross annual income
including grants-in-aid. scholarships. fellowships and
grants which does not exceed, during the period ot
occupancy the following maximum income limitations:








STUDENT AFFAIRS


2 persons
$5,950.00


3 & -I persons
i'.000 00


5 & b persons
S8 050 00


These revised income limitalons are tentatie subject
to approval by the Committee on Student Housing
Since on-campus apartments are intended to provide
relatively low-cost housing for married students a
family with a combined gross annual income in excess
of theaboe scalecannol appl lororoccup an apartment
except in unusual circumstances. Exceptions ma\ be
granted only by the Committee on Student Housing
Residents in all villages must turnish their oswn linens
dishes rugs. curtains or other similar items. Utilities
are an extra expense except in University Village.
FLV'ET VILLAGE III ot remporar\ trame construclion
will be phased out by january 1974
CORRY AND SCHUCHT MEMORIAL \ILLCGES or
modern brick, concrete and wood construction con
tain almost an equal number ol one and i\wo-bedroor.m
apartments with a les\ three-bedroom units in Corr\
Village only. These apartments are furnished \ilh basic
equipment in the living room kitchen dining area and
one bedroom. Rent rates isubleci to change are
currently $65 $75 and $85 per month. Some two bed-
room apartments in Corry Village currently rent for
$75.00 per month. Applications for the three-bedroom
units may be made only by current residents.
DIAMOND MEMORIAL VILLAGE consslis ol 208
apartments similar in construction furnishings and
equipment to those in Corr, and Schuchi villages .
Special features include a communii building wilh air
conditioned studs-meeting room and a sludy cubicle
in each Iwvo-bedroom apartment Rent rates Isubiect Ic
change are currently Shs 00 and S"'.00O per month
for one and Iwo-bedroom apartments respectitel,
UNIVERSITY VILLAGE APARTMENTS, Ihe newest mar-
ried student housing development. consists or 220 cen
rally healed and air conditioned one and to bedroom
apartments. Community facilities include a village store
laundry and a large meeting room.
Individual apartments are not furnished n\iih the
exception of the kitchens which are equipped with sitoe
and refrigerator. Monthly rent rates are $8- and S'10"
tor one and Ilo bedroom apartments respect liely. These
rates include all utilities.

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
Inquiries about olt-campus housing should be di-
rected to the Oil-Campus Housing Otiice Disision of
Housing. University ol Florida Gaines\ille i32b011.
The Ott-Campus Housing Otice maintains elensise
records on apartments houses rooming units trailers
and Iraier park lots ottered tor rent to students or
tacully or stafl members. This ottice compiles annual\
a comprehensive list ot malor apartment developments
rooming houses and Irailer parks accepted b\ ii tor reter-
ral. This list sill be sent upon request to anyone who has
completed a Request lor Assistance \ith Ott-Campus
Housing. In addition to the units contained in the
comprehensive list. the Oiltce has on record several
hundred units in small establishments to which
referrals are made alter notice of availability is re-
ceiled from the owners
Since mutually satisfactory rentals can usually be ar-
ranged only after personal inspection of facilities and
conferences tllh the owners it is recommended that
persons seeking oil-campus housing plan to come here in
person at an appropriate time in advance ol the term for
which they need housing. Such visits should be made
on week days not on a weekend and atter advance
information has been procured Appointments may be
made for consultation on particular problems


Single students (Freshmen and Sophomoresi who are
subject to the on-campus residence requirements
should not make any commitments for oil-campus hous-
ing until they have obtained permission for off-campus
residence.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Most national Iraternal groups \irh chapters at the
L'nisersit, maintain their oi.n houses adjacent to or on
:he campus Freshmen are not permitted to Ine in
Iraternilt or soirinl houses. Universi student regula-
Ilonr are in ellect lor all sorority and traiernil\ houses.
COOPERATIVE LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Currently there are three cooperalie living groups at
The LUniersit of Florida. These cooperative lirung
groups are not administered by the Uniersity but are
each governed by their own board.
4mong the qualifications for membership are scho-
lastic abilit\ and reference ot good character These co-
operatie Il,\ng groups are specifically operated b\ and
tor students itih limited financial means for attending
the Umniersil\ The cooperative living facilities are lo-
cated co eniently to the campus.
Inquiries pertaining to cooperarite lining ma\ be
made to the Director ol Student Housing Unisersitt of
Florida The cooperative living organizations currently
include The Collegiate Lising Organization 1420 N.VV
1sl A\enue Georgia Seagle Hall 1002 W% Lnisersti,
Avenue and the Florida Student Housing and Scholar-
ship Foundation House 122" SW 4th A4enue.


INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
AFFAIRS
The Foreign student Ollice corresponds itlh foreign
inquirers concerning the various educational oppor-
tunities and admission requirements al the Uni\ersity.
The Oli.ri coordinates closely wilh the Admissions Of.
lice in clearing students lor admission and arranges
for authorizing a united Slates \isa II assists in pro-
\iding the reception hiusi;ng and orientation or net
Foreign siudent- In cocperalion wiih .oiher Linier.
sit ol:llices and agencies ori-campus. it provides
rInancial assistance a available The oliice ser bes by
counseling and direct action as a continuous service
center for iroreign students in solving their problems
o0 whaie\er nature. Close liaison is maintained with
acadenmit counselors and helping services on and oft-
campus
The Foreign Student Adciser implements the reg-
ularion- ol the Departments ot justice Stale and Labor
insofar as foreign students and racull\ are subject
to Ihem He promotes an aciihe communal relations
program ol mutual assistance and cross cultural ex-
change


STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
The Student Financial Aid Oltice functions under
policies established by the Senate Committee on Stu-
dent Financial 4id ol \which the Director of Student
Financial Akd i, secrelar, Working in cooperation with
the Otice tor Student Deselopment student aid coun-
selors interview students pertaining to employment
loans grants and scholarships. This oitice series as an
important part of the academic and personal counseling
and guidance ot students seeking financial assistance.
in e\er\ case an attempt is made to suggest a balance
bet\seen sel.-support parental help and institutional
loans, grants and scholarships. In order to assess need
ol applicants on an equitable basis the Unitersitl of
Florida participates in the College Scholarship Sernice






General

STUDENT AFFAIRS


ot the College Entrance Examination Board. Inquiries or
applications tor student financial aid and scholarship
awards should be addressed to the Director of Stu-
dent Financial Aid
All rnancial aid i e scholarships loans grants and
employment is awarded as a package in response
to application submitted between Noxember 1 and
February\ 28 each \ear. Awards are made for a com.
plete academic \ear Ard is rarely\ available for late
applicants since federal and state appropriations are us.
ually exhausted b\ those who applh during the reg-
ular application dales
Scholarships
Scholarships are available in limited numbers and
wirhin lund limitations Atwards art gi\en to applicants
on the basis or academic excellence good character
leadership and financial need Additional awards are
made bt donors who select the recipient directly\ Hence
students are urged to consult the resources of their
home community ci\ic clubs service organizations
and counts educators
Emplo ment
Emplomenr is available to students on a part-
lime basis while in school E\ers eiiort is made to direct
applicants to poitions that \will iornard their educational
goals In general thirst quarter freshmen are dis-
couraged from seeking employment until the\ establish
themselves academically. Ho\ne\er it the Ireshman leels
he must wourk then he -hould make an application
at the Orrice nfr lSudent Financial Aid.
Loans
Loans are available in I o iorms- 11i long-term
loan including Uiniersilt of Florida. Federal and
State programs' I>i 'mall emergency shorl-term loans.
Nn .ludents should ,eek a short-term loan Mlthout a
repameni plan that does not depend on theappro\al ot a
unitersil lung-term loan.
,rant
Grants using federal funds are awarded i\ lhin
lund limilationsi to those students whose financial need
qualilies them tor consideration Applications are not
made lor a grant as such but aiardees are selected
Irom Iht student financial aid applications submitted
during the regular application dates -hhown abo\e.
.A, ard'
Awards are made to students in recognition t0 ex-
ceptional achie\emenlm n variouss fields ot student lite
In some instances these are cash grants. in others
medals certliicates or kes


UNIVERSITY CAREER PLANNING
AND PLACEMENT CENTER
Career Planning and Placement is a means ot helping
students understand themselves through assistance in
the clariticatlon o lire goals counseling in planning and
correlating educationaT and vocational oblecies. and
advice and guidance in making education and employer
cc'ntacr

Students and alumni are offered information and
counseling on careers in general and jobs in particular
so that the indi%.dual can evaluate his employment
needs in relation to those of sociei\. The service en
able, the individual to choose circumspectly a suitable
area .r interest through \which he can assure his per-
sonal growth and selt-realizaion
The Center is the central student Career Planning
and Placement Agenc\ tor the Universit,. It functions
as an integral part or the otlal educational process ot the


UniL ersilt or Florida It is responsible for developing
and maintaining communication channels for the slu-
dent to racultl and state. other educational institutions.
business industry and government so that student
needs and interests relating to career preparation can be
interpreted planned and implemented.
In sum the Career Planning and Placement Cenler
is concerned with those aspects ol student develop-
ment which deal \with his finding an optimum career.
This means assisting the student to use all the resources
available to him within the educational com-
munit\ and in the larger contexl the general com-
munit in preparing himself tor enrective membership
in socleis

1. SERVICE TO STUDENTS
a Career Orientation and Development-help the stu-
dent become aware ot the many and varied career op-
portunities that exist in the \workda'y world including
their requirements and changing nature.
b. Career Placement assist the student or alumnus
in achieving his career oblectlle by making known to
him the lull range or employment opportunity$ and as-
sisting him to present himsell etteclinelh as a candidate.
c Career Related Student Employment direct the
student into summer or cooperate \work experiences
as a part o0 an occupational orientation and career devel-
opment program
2. RELATIONS WITH EMPLOYERS
Provide professional assistance and facilities which
will enable the employer to select candidates to meet
his employment needs
3. RELATIONS WITH THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
Achieve a partnership which permits administration
and tacull' to make their fullest contribution to good
placement while minimizing their intol\ement in the
routine mechanics ol placement
4. GENERAL ACTIVITIES
a Resource Librar provide a resource library where
students and alumni can find up-to-dale information
on employers vocations training programs job markets
and reference material on all phases o0 identification.
selection and planning lor careers.
h. Financial De\elopment solicit mones and male-
rials trom corporations in the storm of scholarships.
research tunds and unrestricted grants to departments
and donations at materials and equipment for teaching
purposes.
c. Public Relations prepare articles and information
bulletins relating to Career Planning and Placement
acth cities tor distribution to news media radio, T%,
newspapers and magazines and other outside agencies.
Represent the university\ to parents other individuals
and groups that indicate an interest in the university
role ot Career Planning and Placement
d Research and Reports conduct research and pre-
pare reports relating to curriculum construction. oob
market surveys and forecasts. salary studies, place-
nent results by college major and degree and other
areas as required.
e. Publications publish manuals, pamphlets. bul-
letins and articles lor use by students alumni taculty.
administrators and others requiring information relating
to the Center. its services and functions.
ULniersil College and Transler students are urged
to visit the Center and use the services tor vocational
and career planning at the earliest possible moment.
One \ear prior to graduation all students should register
for lob placement assistance. Similar assistance is
available to alumni xhho are making changes in employ -
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