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 Staff and faculty
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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 1971
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.
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Volume ID: VID00546
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Full Text

THE UNIVERSITY RECORD


1971*1972


Undergraduate Catalog Issue
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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THE UNIVERSITY RECORD

of the UNIVERSITY

OF FLORIDA




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The Record
Comprises:
The Graduate Catalog, the Under-
graduate Catalog, the Schedule of
Courses and various bulletins on regu-
lations, policies and information.
These documents will be sent gratu-
itously to all persons who apply for 1F T I
them. The applicant should specifi-
cally state which document or what ..
information is desired.




STATEMENT OF MAILING PRIVILEGE
VOLUME LXVI 0 SERIES 1 NUMBER 3 MARCH 1, 1971
PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA,
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ZIP CODE 32601 ENTERED IN THE
POST OFFICE IN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AS SECOND-
CLASS MATTER, UNDER ACT OF CONGRESS, AUGUST 24,
1912, OFFICE OF PUBLICATIONS, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.










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Page
University Calendar v
Board of Education viii
Administrative Council of the University ix
Staff and Faculty 1
General Information 63
Admissions 71
Expenses 76
Student Affairs 78
Housing 78
Student Life-Services, Facilities, Activities 83
Student Regulations 86
Colleges, Schools, and Curricula
University College 91
College of Agriculture 105
College of Architecture and Fine Arts 115
College of Arts and Sciences 125
College of Business Administration 133
College of Education 141
College of Engineering 155
School of Forestry 172
College of Health Related Professions 175
College of Journalism and Communications 181
Center of Latin-American Studies 187
College of Law 188
College of Medicine 189
College of Nursing 191
College of Pharmacy 195
College of Physical Education and Health 199
Military Department 207
Instructional Departments and Description of Courses 211
Index 323












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CALENDAR for 1971

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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 30 31 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 28 29 30 26 27 28 29 30 31
31 _






CALENDAR for 1972

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 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 27 28 29 26 27 28 29 30 31
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 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 29 30
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 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
31






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

CALENDAR, 1971-72


(CRITICAL DATES)


FALL TERM 1971
Registration .... ................ ... ......... September 14-16
Classes Begin....................................... September20
Classes End ................. .. .................. December 3
Final Examinalions ...... ......... ....... December 6-11
Grades Due (Graduating Seniors) ................. December 9
Commencement .................... ............. December 11
Grades Due (All) ........... ........... December 13


WINTER TERM 1972
Registration .. ................................ January 3
Classes Begin ......... .. . ...... ..... . . .. January 4
ClassesEnd ....... .................. .. ................... M arch 10
Final Exam nations ....... ............. .... ...... ... M arch 13-18
GradesDue (Graduaring Seniors) ..... ........ March 16
Com m encem ent .......................... ................. .... M arch 18
GradesDue jAII) .. ...................... March 20


SPRING TERM 1972
Registration.......................................................... M arch 24
Classes Begin .............. ..................................... M arch 27
Classes End ........................... .......................... .... June 2
Final Examinations ............................................... June 5-10
Grades Due (Graduating Seniors) ......................... June 8
Commencement ..................................................... June 10
Grades Due (All) ...................................................... June 12


SUMMER TERM 1972
Registration ............................................................. June 16
Classes Begin ........................................................... June 19
Classesfnd .......................................................... August 18
Final Examinations.......................................... August 21-26
Grades Due (Graduating Seniors) ....................... August 24
Commencement ................................................. August 26
Grades Due (I All ..................................................... August 28




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
CALENDAR, 1971-72
FALL QUARTER

1971


March 1,Monday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for beginning freshmen students to file application
for admission for the Fall Quarter.
July 2, Friday,4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing application at the Office of the Registrar
to change college or division for the Fall Quarter.


luly 16. Friday,4 00 pm
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
University of Florida (except beginning freshmen) to file
application for admission for the Fall Quarter.
July 16, Friday,4:00 p.m.
Last day for those previously in attendance at the University
of Florida to apply for registration appointments for the Fall
Quarter.
September 3, Friday,4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing admissions for those whose application
was filed by above deadline All credentials must have
been received and college changes approved. Those who
clear after this date will be assigned late registration
appointments.
September 14-16, Tuesday-Thursday
Orientation and registration (including payment of fees)
according to appointments assigned. No one permitted to
start registration on Thursday, September 16, after 3:00 p.m.
September 17, Friday
Last day for paying fees without being subject to late fee of
$25.00.
September 17, Friday
Last day for completing registration for Fall Quarter. All
students registrating today subject to $25.00 late fee. No one
permitted to start registration on Friday, September 17,
after3:00p.m.
September 17, Friday
Drop-Add period begins.
September 20, Monday
Classes begin.
September 22, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for adding courses and for changing sections.
September 29, Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for dropping courses without receiving grade of E.
October 15, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing degree application at the Registrar's
Office for a degree to be conferred at the end of the Fall
Quarter.
October 15, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for removing grades of I or X received in the pre-
ceding term of attendance.
October 15, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing application at the Office of the Registrar
to change college or division for the next quarter.
October 22-23, Friday-Saturday
Homecoming-Classes suspended.
November 19, Friday,4:00p.m.
Last day for withdrawing without receiving failing grades in
all courses.
November 24, Wednesday, 10:00 p.m.
No examinations, class quizzes or progress test may be
given after this date and prior to the final examination
period.
November 25-27, Thursday-Saturday
Thanksgiving. Classes suspended, 10:00 p.m., November
24.
November 29, Monday, 8:00 a.m.
Classes resume.
December 3, Friday
All classes end.
*December6, Monday
Final examinations begin.
December 9, Thursday, noon
Degree candidates' grades due.
December 10, Friday, 3:00 p.m.
Report of colleges on candidates for degrees due in the
Office of the Registrar.
December 11, Saturday
Commencement Convocation.
December13, 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 4,1:00 p.m.







CALENDAR


November 19. Friday.4:00p.m.
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
University of Florida to tile application for admission for
the Winter Quarter.
November 19. F rday. 4 00 p.m
Last day lor those previously in attendance at the Unnersty
of Florida to apply for registration appointments for the
Winner Quarter.
December10, Friday,4:00 p.m.
Last day for clearing admissions for those whose application
was filed by above deadline. Al credentials must have
been received and college changes approved Those who
dear after this date will be assigned late registration
appointments.

1972

January 3. Monday
Registration according to appointments assigned Iincluding
payment of fees). No one permitted to start registration on
Monday, January 3, after 3 00p mn
January 3, Monday
Last day for paying fees without being subject to late fee ot
$25.00.
January 4, Tuesday
Classes begin. Last day lor completing registration tor
Winter Quarter. All registration tees increased $2500 No
one permitted to start registration on Tuesday. lanuary 4.
after 3:00p.m.
January 7, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for adding courses and for changing sections
January 13, Thursday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for dropping courses without receiving a grade of
E.
January 21, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for removing grades ot I or X received ir. the pre.
ceding term of attendance
January 21, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing application at the Othice of the Registrar
to change college or division tor the next quarter
January 21, Friday,4:00 p.m.
Last day for filing degree application at the Registrar's
Office for a degree to be conferred at the end of the Winter
Quarter.
February 25, Friday, 4:00 p.m.
Last day for withdrawing without receding tailing grades
in all courses.
March 3,Friday, 10:00 p.m.
No examinations, class quizzes or progre"; rests mas be
given after this date and prior ro the i.nal examination
period.
March10, Friday
All classes end.
*March 13, Monday
Final examinations begin
March 16, Thursday, noon
Degree candidates' grades due
March 17,Friday,3:00p.m.
Report of colleges on candidates for degree, due in the
Office of the Registrar.
March 18, Saturday
Commencement Convocation
March 20, Monday, 10:00a.m.
All grades for Winter Quarter due in the Ottice or the
Registrar.


*Selected comprehensive and assemrrbl eaminajions begin
Saturday, March 11,1:00 p.m.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
CALENDAR, 1971-72
SPRING QUARTER


1972


February 18.Friday.4 00p.m.
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
University of Florida to file application for admission for the
Spring Quarrer.
February 18, Friday.4:00p m.
last day for those previously in attendance at the University
of Florida to apply for registration appointments for the
SpringQuarler
March 3,Friday.4 00p m
Last day for clearing admissions for those whose application
was tiled by above deadline. All credentials must have been
received and college changes approved Those who clear
after this date will be assigned late registration appoint-
ments
March 24.Fridav
Registration according to appointments assigned linclud-
ing payment of fees No one permitted to start registration
on Friday.March 24.after 3 00p.m
March 24.Friday
Last day lor paying fees without being subject to late fee of
$25.00
March 27. Monday
Classes begin Last day for completing registration for
Spring Quarter All registration fees increased $2500 No
one permitted to start registration on Monday, March 27,
after 3 OOp.m
March 29.Wednesday.4 00p.m
Last day lor adding courses and for changing sections
April Wednesdai.4 00p m
Last day lor dropping courses without receiving a grade of
E
April 14,Friday.4 00p m
Last da) tor filing application at the Office ol the Registrar
to change college or div vision lor the next quarter
Apnil14,Friday.4 00p.m
Last day for students to remove grades of I or X received in
preceding term of attendance
April21 Friday.3 00p m
Last day lor filing degree application at the Registrar's
Office tot a degree to be conferred at the end of the Spring
Quarter
May 19.Friday.4 00p m
Last day for withdrawing without receiving failing grades
in all courses
May 26 Friday.10 00p m
No examinations. class quizzes or progress tests may be
given afier this date and prior to the final examination
period
lune 2, Friday
All classes end
lunee 5. Monday
Final examinations begin
lune8. Thursday,noon
Degree candidate grades due
lune9. Fiday.3 00p m
Final report of colleges on candidates for degrees due in the
Office of the Registrar
lune 10, Saturday
Commencement Convocallion
june12. Monda.10 00a m
il1 grades for Spring Quarter due in the Office of the
Registrar


*Selected comprehens,.e and assembly examinations begin
Saturday June 3.1 00pm


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
CALENDAR, 1971-72
WINTER QUARTER






CALENDAR


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
CALENDAR, 1971-72
SUMMER QUARTER


1972

April 28. Friday, 4 00 p.m
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
Uninersity of Florida to file application for admission for
theSummer Quarter.
,pril28.Friday 400p.m.
Last day for those not previously in attendance at the
Unnersily of Florida to file application for admission for
the SummerQuarter.
May 19,Fr.day,4 00p.m.
Last day for clearing admissions for those who application
was filed by above deadline. All credentials must have been
received and college changes approved. Those who clear
after this date will be assigned late registration appoint-
ments.
lune 16, Frday
Registration according to appointments assigned (including
payment of fees). No one permitted to start registration
on Friday, June16, after 3 00 p m

june16. Friday
Last day for paying fees without being subject to late fee of
$25.00.
June19, Monday
Classes begin. Last day for completing registration for
Summer Quarter. All registration fees increased $25.00. No
one permitted to start registration on Monday, June 19,
after 3:00 p.m.
June 21.Wednesday, 4 00p m
Lasi day for adding courses and for changing sections


June 28.Wednesday.4 00p m
Last day for dropping courses without receiving a grade of
E.
July7,Frdav,4 OOp m
Last da$ for filing application at the Office of the Registrar
to change college or division for the next quarter
July7.Frrday,4 00p.m.
Last da) for students to remove grades of I or X received in
preceding term of attendance.
July7,Friday,4:00p.m.
Last da for filing degree application al the Registrar's
Ollice for a degree to beconftered al the end of the Summer
Quarter.
August 4. Friday,4:00p.m.
Last day for withdrawing without receiving failing grades
in all courses.
August1l,Fr;da) 1000pm
No eiam.narons, class quizzes or progress tests may be
given after this date and prior to the final examination
period.
August 18, Friday
Allclassesend.
*August 21, Monday
Final examinations begin.
August 24,Thursday, noon
Degree candidates' grades due.
August 25, Friday, 3:00 p.m.
Report of colleges on candidates for degrees due in the
Office of the Registrar.
August 26, Saturday
Commencement Convocation.
August 28, Monday,10:00 a.m.
All grades for Summer Quarter due in the Office of the
Registrar.


*Selected comprehensive and assembly examinations begin
Saturday, August 19,1:00p.m.






BOARD OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

REUBIN ASKEW
Governor
State of Florida
TOM ADAMS
Lieutenant Governor
State of Florida
RICHARDSTONE
Secretary of Stare
State of Florida
ROBERTSHEVIN
Attorney General
State of Florida
TOM O'MALLEY
State Treasurer
State of Florida
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN
Commissioner of Educat ion
State of Florida
FREDO.DICKINSON
Comptroller
State of Florida
DOYLE CONNER
Commissioner of Agriculture
State of Florida


BOARD OF REGENTS

D. BURKE KIBLER, III, j.D.
Chairman
Lakeland, Florida
LOUIS C. MURRAY, M.D.
Vice Chairman
Orlando, Florida
E. W. HOPKINS, B.S.B.A.
Pensacola, Florida
CHESTER H. FERGUSON, J.D.
Tampa, Florida
MISS ELIZABETH KOVACHEVICH, LL.B.
St. Petersburg, Florida
HENRY D. KRAMER
Jacksonville, Florida
JULIUS F. PARKER,JR.,J.D.
Tallahassee, Florida
MRS. E. D. PEARCE, B.A.
Coral Gables, Florida

(To be announced)

ROBERT BARBEAU MAUTZ, Chancellor, LL.D.
Tallahassee, Florida






ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL


ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY

STEPHEN CORNELIUSO'CONNELL, I.D. LL D., Ed.D.
President
HARRY HALL SISLER, Ph.D.
Vice-President
FREDERICK WILLIAM CONNER, Ph.D.
Vice-President for Academic Affairs
WILLIAM EARL ELMORE.B.S., C.P.A.
Vice-President for Administrative Affairs
LESTER LEONARD HALE. Ph.D.
Vice-President for Student Affairs
EDMUND FERRIS ACKELL, D.M.D., M.D.
Provost for the Health Center
E.TRAVISiORK, IR ,Ph.D.
Provosr. Instltulenffoodand Agricultural Sciences
ROBERT ARMISTEAD BRYAN, Ph.D.
Dean of Faculties
ROBERTSTEPHEN BOLLES, Ed.D.
Dean of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts
CLIFFORDALLEN 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 University College
CHARLES EDWARD CORNELIUS, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine

KENNETH FRANKLIN FINGER, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Pharmacy
JOHN LEWIS GRAY, Ph.D.
Director of the School of Forestry
HAROLD PALMER HANSON, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School
JOHN PAUL JONES, M.A.
Dean of the College of journalism and Communications
ROBERT FRANKLIN LANZILLOTTI, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Business Administration
JOSEPH RICHARD JULIN, LL.B.
Dean of the College of Law
DARREL JAN M1SE.Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Health Related Professions
JOSE ENRIQUE MEDINA, D.D.S.
Dean of the College of Dentistry
BERT LAVON SHARP, Ed.D.
Dean of the College of Education
JOHN WILBL'R SITES Ph.D.
Dean of Research,
Institute of Food and Agricultura I Sciences
DOROTHY MARY SMITH, M.Ed.
Dean of the College of Nursing
CALVIN ANTHONY VANDER WERF, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences


EMANUEL SUTER. M.D.
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 year by the Student Senate.



PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES

FRANK THOMPSON ADAMS, Ed.D.
Dean of Student Development
THOMAS SANFORD BIGGS, JR., LL.B.
University Attorney
FRED HILTON CANTRELL, B.S.B.A.
Dean of University Relations and Development
JOSHUA CLIFTON DICKINSON,JR., Ph.D.
Director of the Florida State Museum
SAMUEL RAY GRAVES, B.A.
Athletic Director
GUSTAVE ADOLPHUS HARRER, Ph.D.
Director of University Libraries
ROBERT RAMSAY LYNCH, JR., B.S.
Director of the Division of Information Services
WILLIAM JOHN WATSON, JR., B.S.P.E.
Director of Alumni Services
RICHARD HOLMES WHITEHEAD, B.A.
University Registrar



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

DOYLE CONNER, B.S.A.
President of the University of Florida Alumni Association
J. MALCOM RANDALL, M.H.A.
Director of the Veterans Administration Hospital






Staff

And Faculty


OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION,
RESEARCH, ADMINISTRATION
AND EXTENSION
1970-71

(The first date indicates the first year of academic employment The
last date, the yeat of present rank; the asterisk represents inter-
ruptions in service or leave of absence; 'denotes Veterans
Administration Hospital staff I


ABBOTT. THOMAS BENI MIN, PH D IUnisersIt of Florida)
Associate Professor of Speech and Director of
Speech Pathology (1963.19681
ABBOTT.WESLEV WENDELL.M Ed
Insiructor.P K Yonge laboratory School ( 1958.1%2)
ABNE, HOWARD T R .MD (University of Georgia)
Resident in Surgery (1968.-19,70
ABRAHAM, C L AUDE K UR T, Ph.D. (University of Indiana)
Professor or French 11964-19701
ABRAMS, ROBERTM .Ph.D.DDS ILlnisersts of Pennsn(laniai
Assistant Professor Obstetrics and CGnecology 11969- 196
ACHEV. PHILIPM.,Ph D IPennsylsania Slate University]
Assistant Professor of Radiation Biophs sici. Department of
Radiology and Disiion of Biological Sc oenc es 11967- 19691
ACKELL,EDMUNDF .D N D (TutlsLnisnersity.M D lWestern
Reserve
Provost. I Hills Miller Health Center, Professor of Oral
Surgery, Department of Surgery. and Profe;ow of Denti.try
11966-1969J
ACKERMAN. THOMAS I .Ph D.IFlorida State LUniversit
Assistant Profesor of Education %967.196%7.
ACOSTA ABEL .RDOP.M D (Unisersirv ol Hasanal
Resident in Anesthes.olog, 11%9-1969)
ADAIR.CLARKH .MD Dalhouise L'niersit I
ClinicalAssitant Prolesior f 1%9-1969l
ADAMS, CALVIN K.. Ph D (Kansas Stlae Uns ersit' I
Assistant Professor of Ophrhalmolog
and Psycholog) 11%9-19691
ADAMSE 4RNEST DAIGHT.Ph D (Duke Uniseisiltsi
ProfessorofPhysi.csi 7961- I 'O
ADAMS,ELWYNA.,M.D.
Visiting Associate Professor of Music (1970).
ADAMS. FR NK THOMPSON Ed D IUnLersyitof Florida)
Dean for Student Des elopmenr 1i946.1%91
ADAMS. PALILL .M D (CoClumbia Uniersil I
Professor of Psychratry and Pediatrics 1%96 and
Director. Children's Menral Health LUn.i( 1960- 1966,1
ADAMS, WILL I M ROBERT M.D 0 ale University)
Professor of Patholo' 11968- I%681
ADERHOLD.RICHARDM ,M D (Unsersitl ot North Carolinai
Resident and Trainee in Psychiarr 17968.-1969l
ADLERZ.WARRENCLIFFORD.Ph D IOregon Slate LUnersitly)
Associate Professor (4ssoiate fEnomolojgist IF AS
Watermelon and Grape Inveslieafions laborarnr) 1958. 19tis I
AGEE.O FRANK.M D I Louisiana Stale Uniersit,
Professor of Radolog 11962-19701
AHMED.ESM MAHMOUD.Ph D IUniersa7r of Maryland)
Asiociare Professor (I Aocrate FoodScienlists If AS (1964-1969).
AHRENS, MAURICE RUSSELL, Ed.D. (University of Denver)
Professor of Education (1954-1954).
AITKEN.JAMESBRUCE.Ph D Univeisr ir of Floridal
Assistant Prolessor 1A sitanr Horrculturrti, If AS North
Florida Experiment Station (1967-1967).
ALBRECHT, RUTH E., Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor ol Sociology 17957.-79601
ALBREGTS. ERL EUGENE PhD (Purdue ULniersi,) I
Aisrant Professor(Asistarn Plant PathologRit IF AS.
S'rawberrp and \egetable Feldtaboiraiors i1%'-7.%'
ALBRIGO.LEOGENE.Ph D iRufgers Unsersiv I
AssistanrProfessor iA'isranrHorticulturiet i IF S, Citrus
Experiment Stationf l968-f.968
ALDRICH, HENRY CARL, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Botany? 11%6-1 %61


ALEXANDER. LICE ELILABETH.B S in S
Associate i rbraran in charge olP K 'ronge Library of Florida
Hisiors t95.-19'0) O
ALEXANDER.LEON H .M D (Medical College of irginrai
Clinical nstructor in Surger) f 1968.1%8
ALEXANDER.RUTH HAMMACk.Ed D LUnimersil of Indianal
Associate Professor and Chairman Department of Ph) sacal
Education for Women (1969-1969).
ALEXANDER.SAMUEL KERN Ed D ILn-,ersiryof ndiana)
Profesorot duc iion 11968-19700
ALEXANDER.WILLIAMHOPKINS.IR M A T
Research Assncare Bureau of cnnnom,c and Busrness
Researh 96'.-196'),
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM MARVIN, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professornof dujarion 1%l. 96%3
ALFIERI,SALVATORE ANTHONY, JR., Ph D lCornell L'nisersts I
Associate Plant Pathologist, Division of Plant Industry
(1968-1968).
ALGEO,JOHN THOM ,S.Ph D IUn.versit ol Floridai
Professorof English and Asranr Dean or the
Graduate School (1961-1969).
ALLEGER. DANIEL EUGENE, M.S.
Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Sfarions l1945.19451
ALLEN, BILLY JAY, M.A.
AssocialeProfessor(A/ ,.'aar Stat 'e4-HCIjb Agent I FAS.
I 195.19681 *
ALLEN,CHARLES Ph D IBrandeirsUn,.erprili
A ssiranr Prolesor of Bircherriirs 11 96 19.
ALLEN, DON L., D.D.S. (University of North Carolina)
M.S. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Periodontology and Associate Dean, College of
Dentistry, (1970-1970).
ALLEN JOHN| l' Ph D (L'ri.ersirN ol 1,iconsnmi
Aicic,are Proeoriof Span, h I1960-1%96
ALLEN, KENNETH RICHARD, Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of
Technology)
Assistant Professor of Physics (1968-1968).
ALLEN, PAUL D., M.D. (Boston University)
Associate in Surgery (1968-1970)
ALLEN, ROBERT EUGENE, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1968-1968).
ALLEN, ROBERT JOHN JR .PhD L'Unerils ofMarsiandi
Assistant Professor( .,,.itra,. gro.n.n-, irri. If 5S [Eeglades
Experiment Station (" Q ul- 50i
ALLEN,VIRGINIA FRICK, M.Ed.
Instructor, P K. Yonge Laboratory School 1958.1 ob2'
ALLEN.%I ILLIA MC MD 0- niersrs ol Chicago)
.4ssisranr Profe-,or n Orrhopedir Su ,rge~ 11966-1968).
ALLIGOOD, EDGAR RALEIGH, M.Ed.
Director, Department of Correspondence Study, Divisionof
Continuing Education (1965-1965).
ALLISON.HENRV E Ph D iTheNev School
Assioojte Prolesor of Ph.oh.rph) (1968-1968).
ALONSO KENNETHB .MD iL.ni.er.ryof Florida)
Resident, Pathology
ALTEMEIER, WILLIAM A., III, M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and of Immunology and
Medical MSirrh', lcy s (I 19%Q. 9 '0,
ALTIERI, DONALD PAUL, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Education (1962-1970).
AMBROSE, EDNA VIRGINIA, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Education (1958-1958).
AMBUEHL, RALPH ABRAHAM, B.S.E.E.
A ~,,ra r or,,Engin riene g r, e Ifl-.:rrf:dl f nbcnpo rnn Ir a 9"0- I -U),
AMMERMAN, C L RENCE B'MLE' .Ph D iLnsersi s cI lll,no,.i
Professor of Anm il S (1958-1970).
AMOS ERICH MD iLou.siana Staie University)
Reirdent rn Radoli 1196 I9- %90
ANDERSEN, PHILIP H., M.D. (Marquette University)
Chief Resident in Surgery (1967-1970).
ANDERSEN, THORkILDL MD IL noserslvof Copenhagen)
Professorol Ane5nrrhesin.lig 1 1958. I69i
ANDERSON kR%,ID A PhD rUnisers.is oi Texas)
Assistant Protes.or i.o .if.rk 'erng I r?%5. I%51








STAFF AND FACULTY


ANDERSON, AUGUSTUS E., M.D. (Tulane University)
Clinical Instructor of Medicine. (1966-1968)
ANDERSON, CARL ANDREW, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Associate Professor (Associate Soils Chemist). IFAS, Citrus
Experiment Station (1962-1968)
ANDERSON, CARL ARTHUR. M.B.A.
Assistant Professor of Accounting (1947-1950).
ANDERSON, CHARLES LAMAR.M.S.A.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economist)
lfAS(1960-1968)
ANDERSON,GEORGE A., M D. IBowman-Gray)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1968-1968)
ANDERSON, lAMES RICHARD, PhD. (University of Maryland)
Professor of Geography(1960-7969)
ANDERSON. JOHN F., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Zoology
(1968-1969).
ANDERSON, Reba L., B.S.
Instructor of Occupational Therap),f 1959-1970).
ANDERSON, RICHARDJ AMES, Ph D. lUnsersity of Michigan)
Professorof Psychology. Associate Uneersniy Counseling
Cenrer(1943-1956)
ANDERSON, RICHARDMCLEMORE. hM D (Emory University)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (7959-1963).
ANDERSON, ROLANDC C.RL, Ph.D. (Universily of Floridai
Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering (1961-1969).*
ANDERSON, TIMOTHY ERNEST, M.Ag.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist),
IFAS(1968-7969)
ANDERSON, WILLIAM HENLEY, M.D. (University of Chicago)
ClinicalAssociate in Ophthalmology (1968-1968).
ANDERTON, ROBERT L., M.D. (Ohio State University)
Resident in Medicine (1969-1970).
ANDREWS, JOHN W., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1959-1962).
ANDREWS, SAMUEL DALTON, M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor Education (1969-1969).
ANDRIOLA, MARY, M.D. (Duke University)
Resident, Medicine
ANDRIOLA, MICHAEL J., M.D. (Duke University)
Resident in Pediatrics (1966-1966).
ANGORN, RICHARD ARTHUR,J.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1968-1968).
ANTHONY, DAVID SALISBURY, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professorof Botany and Associate Biochemist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1955-1955).
ANTONINI, GUSTAVO A., Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Latin American Studies in Geography
(1970-1970).
ANTRIM, CRAIG KEITH, M.F.A.
Visiting Instructor of Art (1970).
APPERSON, FRANCES EUGENIA, B.A. in L.S.
Librarian and Chairman of Documents Department (1943-1970).
APPLEDORF, HOWARD, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of
Technology)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nutritionist), IFAS (1969-1969).
APORTELA, GLADYS H., M.D. (University of Havana)
Resident and Trainee in Psychiatry (1968-1969). *
APORTELA, SI NESIO Z., M.D. (University of Havana)
Resident in Psychiatry (1968-1968).
ARAUJO, OSCAR EDUARDO, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Associate Professor of Pharmacy (1962-1968).
AREAN, VICTOR M., M.D. (University of Spain)
Clinical Professor of Pathology (1957-1968).
ARIET, MARIO, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Computing Center; Health Center
Computer Coordinator; Associate Professorof Industrial and
Systems Engineering (1967-1968).
ARMAYOR, 0. KIMBALL, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History (1968-1968).
ARMSTRONG,ALLAN LEROY,M.D. (University of Virginia)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1967-1967).
ARMSTRONG, MARVIN CARA, JR., M.Ed.
Interim Instructor of Education (1969-1969).
ARMSTRONG, PATRICIA D., B.J.
Research Assistant in Psychiatry (1969-1969).


ARNETT. WILLIAM TOBIAS. M.A. Arch.
Professor of Architecture, Dean Emeritus, College of
Architecture and Fine Arts (1933-1945).
ARNOLD. CALVIN EUGENE, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist) IFAS.
(1969-1969)
ARNOLD, LUTHER A.. Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Education (1958-1958)
ARRINGTON. LEWIS ROBER TS, Ph D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Animal Science and Animal Nutritionist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations. IFAS (1946-1967). *
ASH, JAMES L.,M H.A
Assisrant Director. Shands reaching Hospital and Clinics and
Assistant Professor. Health and Hospital Administration.
ATKINS, CEDRICK DONALD, B.S.
Professor (Chemist), IF AS, FCC, Citrus Experiment Station
(1957-1951)
ATKINS, ROBERT MADISON, B S.
Colonel, L' S Army. Professor of Military Science(1%969-1969)
ATKINSON, SAMUEL C., M.D. (Tulane University)
Clinical Insrructor in Surgery-IHEP-(1969-1969)
ATT AWAY, JOHN ALLEN, Ph.D. IDuke University)
Associate Professor ( associate Chemist), IFAS. FCC, Citrus
Experiment Station (1959-79641
ATWOOD,j WESLEt, M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Resident in Radiology ('1969-1969)
ATWOOD.SUE C., M.D (University of Tennessee)
Resident in Psschiatryf1969-1969)
AUFFENBERG, WALTER, Ph.D (University of Florida)
Curator of Herpetology and Chairman of Department of Natural
Sciences, flonrida State Museum. Professor Zoology (7956-1968)
AULT, NET, Ph.D (Pennsylvania State University)
Aisisiani Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
AUSNESS, RICHARDCHRISTIN, J.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Proie,ior of lta (1968-1968)
AUSTIN IjAMESI MEE
Research Associae in Neurobiological Sciences (1968-7968)
AUSTIN. OLIVER LUTHER. IR.. Ph D rHarard University)
Curator of Ornithology. Florida State Museum, Associate
Professor of Zoology 1957-1962)
AVERY, BYLLYE Y., M.Ed.
Associate in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
AVIL DONALD LEE. Ed.D (Uniersily of Nebraskai
Professor of Educationf 196J-19701
AYLSWORTH, ARTHUR S.. M.D. (Universil) of Penns) Ivania)
Clinical Fellow and Trainee in Pediatrics (1968-1969,1
AYOUB, ELIA M., M.D. (American University of Beirut)
Professor of Pediatrics (1969-7969).
BABERS,HENRY I.,M D jCornell Unnersityl
Clinical Professor in Surgery (1959-19691
BACALL O. ELOV R D M. (Uniersity of Havana)
Research As'ociare and Manager in Primate Research facility
(1966-1968).
BACON, PHILIP. Ph D (Uniersilt of Tennesseei
Associate Professor of Matrhematici (1965-1968).
BADM NN.W SUE.Ph D (Unis ers%.l of Floridai
Research Associate in Zoolog) (1968-19681
BAER, HERMAN, M.D. (Basle)
Director of Clinical Microbiology and Associate Professorof
Immunology and Medical Microbiology (1966-1970).
BAGNALL. L ARR OWEN,PhD (Coinell Universil)
Assisranr Professor (Assisranr Agricultural engineer) IF AS,
(1969-1969).
BAILEY, ROBERT LEO, M.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering f 1960- 19671
BAILEY, THOMAS LEE, III, Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering (1953-1963).*
BAIR,MYRA LOUISE, M.A IMichigan StaleUnsersityj
InstrucrorolPh)sicalfducation (l97'l0- 1970
BAIRD.CARL DIRELLE, M S E Unisersity of Florida)
Research Instructor. Agriculrural Engineering. IFAS (1968-1969).
BAKER.FRANK SLOAN, IR .MS
Professor Animal Husbandmani IF AS, North Florida
Experiment Station (1945-1963).
BAKER, MELVIN CHARLES, Ed.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Education and Assistant Dean, College of
Education (1952-1963).








STAFF AND FACULTY


BAKER. ROY M., M.D. Emory University)
Clinical Assuilant Professor in Pediatrics (1969-1969)
BALDWIN, DAVID HALE. Ph D lUnisersiry of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Merallurgical and Materials
Engineerngf1966-71966) *
BALDWIN. FLETCHER NATHANIEL, IR., LL M.
Professor of taw 196%2-1968
BALDWIN. LLOVD BARRINGTON. M.Ag
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer Iff45S
(1%97-196?)
BALDWIN. NANCV, Ed.D. (Universityof Florida)
Assusrant ProfessorofEducarion(1970-19701
BALERDI,CARLOS. FR ANCISCO, Ph D ILouisiana Stale Universitl
Assistant Professor I Assistant Horticulturist) IFAS. Watermelon
and Grape Investigatirrons laboratory (17966-1966)
BALISON.JEFFREN R ,M D University ol Chicago)
Resident in Surgers 119701
BALL,JOSEPH EDWARD. M S
Assi.sant to the Director, Dvs,ion of Housing (1970-1970).
BALLARD, STANLEY SUMNER. Ph D (Unisersalvol Caifornial
Professor ol Physics Chairman ol Department of Physic sand
Astronomy. Director of Diwsion of Phy scal and Mfathemartical
Sciences (1958-7968;
BANKS,SAMUEL A..Ph D IUnnersi t ol Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Mfedic.ne (7962-1970)
BARANOWSKI, RICHARD MATTHEW, Ph D (Un1iersilyof
Conneclicult
Professor Enromologgist IF S5. Sub-Tropical Experiment Station
(1956-1967)
BARCLA .JACK K Ph.D UnDnersv ol Michigan)
Postdoctoral fellovi, in Phy siolog, 11969-19691
BARD, DAVIDS M D (Columbia Collegei
Assitsant Proles,or of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1970-1970).
BAREFOOT, SHERWOOD V .M D iGeorge Washington
University)
Intern in Medicine (19 70-79701
BARGER,BENJAMIN, Ph.D.
Co-Direcror. Studen Mfental Health Service; Chief. Mental Health
Project; Professor of Psychology
BARINGER WILLIAM ELDON.Ph D iUn,versity of Illinoisi
Professor of Social Sciences (1947- 1949ji
BARNARD.GEORGE .M D IUniversity oiNorlhCarolinai
Aocate Professor ol Psschiarr) Chiel Psvchiarric Inpatlent
Unit (1963-1968).
BARNE FT. RONAI DDA 1 ID. Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist), IFAS, North Florida
Experiment Station (1970-1970).
BARON, VIRGINIA, M.N.
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing (1970-1970).
BARRON, DONALD H., Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professorin Obstetrics and Gynecology (1969-1969).
BARRON, RODGER WILLIAM, B.A.
Instructor (Assistant in Chemistry), IFAS, FCC, Citrus
fsperimeni Station, 1956-19561
BARROW, MARK V., M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor in Medicine (1966-1969). *
BARTLETT, BEVERLY J.F., M.S.
Research Assstanr (1969- 9769;
BARTIETT.GEORGE ROBERT.Ph D IUn.%ers.ryofChicago)
Profesor of Philosophy 1794'. 194'
BARTLETT,JOHNW.,M D (LiUnersiy otFloridal
Chief Resident of Ped,ai,.cs (1969-1970)
BARTLETT.MARION CLEMENT.M E E
Associate in Engineering in Electrical Engineering (190. 19'101
BARTLETT, THOMAS GEORGE, B.S.
Head Basketball Coach 1966. 1966P
BARTLEY, ERNEST R., Ph.D. (University of California)
Professor of Political Science (1949-1955). *
BARTLEY, THOMAS D., M.D. (University of Colorado)
Professor of Surgery andAssistant Dean for Postgraduate
Education (1961-1970).
BARTON MAURICE ARTHLR MD IBoilonUnnersits)
Clinical AicKate Pole,,or, 7968. 1969
BARTON.PAULLINE HINTON Ed D
A soc'are Professor. College of Nur ing (1959-1965).*
BARTSCHT.CHARLAIE AN.M S
4A.,.ijnr Professor I Iienor, Home M.anagemenr & Family
Economic, Special,sr If 4S 1i968-19681


BARTZ.IERRt A Ph D. (Unsersiy ol Wisconsini
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist) Institute of
Food and Agriculrural Sciences 11969-79691
BASKIN, ALMA DEAN, B.A.
Research Assistant in Medicine (1967-1967).
BASKIN IERRN MACK.Ph D (Vanderbil Universr) lI
Inrerim Research Assoriare, Agricultural tipeimeni Sration
f'796'-96?i.
BASSETT, MARK JULIAN. Ph D lUniersity of Maryland)
Assistant Professor. (Assistant Horticulturisti. Institute of Food
and Agriculrural Science 11970-71970
BATES, ROBERT PARKER,Ph.D. (M.I.T.)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Food Scientist), IFAS (1967-1967).
BATES. ROGER GORDON Ph D (Duke University)
Professor of Chemistry (7969-1969)
BATES.STANLEY RAYMOND Ph D (Unisersityol Florida)
Research Instructor in Mferallurgical and Marerials Engineering
(1969.19701
BATTISTE, MERLE ANDRE%% Ph D (Columbia Unversity I
Professor of Chemistry 1961.-1970
BAUMER, G. HARRY, III, B.S.B.A.
Directorof P.rchangr 17965-19661
BAUSHER, JUDITH C., M.S.
Research A.sisranr in Parholog) 17%9.691
BAXTER, JOHN FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins); D.Sc.
(Honorary) (Bethany)
Professor of Chemistry(1952-52).*
BAXTER. METTALLUCILLE.M A
Ass,siant Professor of Phyrcal Therapy V.A.' (1967-1967).
BAZER, FULLER WARREN, Ph D INorh Carolina Slate Uniersiti I
Assistant Animal Physiologist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1968-1968).
BEACH, ROBERT O.
Director and Assistant Professor of Medical Illustrations
(1956-1962).
BEAM, BURTON T., JR., M.B.A.
Interim Assistant Professorof Insurance (1970-1970).
BEARD, PERCY MORRIS, M.S.
Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education;
Assistant Athletic Director, Division of Inter-Collegiate Athletics
(1936-1969).
BEARDSLEY, DANIEL WALDO, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor (Animal Nutritionist) and Head, IFAS, Everglades
Experiment Station (1949-1968).
BEASLEY, WILLIAM ., Ph.D. (University of Georgia)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Immunology and Medical Micro-
biology (1970-1970).
BEAUVAIS,JUNET., A.B.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1968-1968).
BECHT, PAUL ANTHONY, M.Ed.
Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1968-1968).
BECKER, CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Pharmacy and Chairman of Department (1947-1961).
BECKHAM, JAMES A., M.A.
Assistant to the President (1969-1969).
BECKHAM. JOSEPH CARL, J.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Assistant Professorof Social Sciences (1969-1970).
BECKNELL, JERRY LOIS, B.S.
Captain, U.S. Army, Assistant Professor of Military Science
(1969-1969).
BECKNER,JOHN, B.S.A.
Research Associate in Botany, Agricultural Experiment
Stations, IFAS (1965-1965).
BECKWITH, STEPHEN LYON, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Wildlife Management and Associate
Forester, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1948-1955).
BEDNAREK, ALEXANDER ROBERT, Ph.D. (University of Buffalo)
Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of Department
(1963-1969).
BEEMAN, CARL EDGAR, Ed.D. (Cornell University)
Assistant Professor of Education (1967-1967).
BEGGS, JOHN H.,M.D. (University of Minnesota)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (1963-1967).
BEIRNE, RAYMOND MICHAEL,M.A.
Associate Professor of rnglish 11954-1%96
BEISTLE,GERALDMICHAEL, M.A.
Instructor in Humanities and English (1964-1966). *









STAFF AND FACULTY


BEISTLE.MARGARET RUTH,M.4A
Counselor- Teacher. Division of Housing( 1964-196%4.
BELKIN, DANIEL A .Ph D (University ol Florida)
Assisrant Professor of Physiology (1961-1966)
BELL, BRUCE H ,D.M.D (Tuhts University)
Professor and Chairman Department of General Dentistr,.
College of Denisrr) (1968-1. 68)
BELL, PHILLIPADRIAN, M.E.
Graduate Research Assistant in Industraland Systems
Engineering (1969-1969).
BELL. ROBERT E. M.D. (Bowman-Gray School of Medicine)
Clinical Assistant Prolessor 11970-1970)
BELL.WILLIAMR.,M D IDukeUniersityl
Clinical Assistant Professor in Pedrarcs (1969-1969)
BELLER, RONALD E., M.B.A.
Graduate Research Associate, Health and Hospital
Administration (7966-1970)
BELTRANENA,HUMBERTOj M.D. IHasana University)
Resident in Anesthesiolog) (1%9-19691
BENGTSON, GEORGE, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Associate Forester, Tennesssee Valley Authority (1968-1968).
BENNE T.GERALDTHOMAS. .D (Unisersili ofFloridai
Inreim Assistrani Professor of La% (1968-1968)
BENNETT, ROBERT BROADHURST, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1953-1953).
BENNETT,SILAS FLEMING, B.S.L.S.
Assistant Director of Libraries (1964-1969).
BENNINGER, LAWRENCE J., Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
ProfessorofAccounting(1956-1959).
BENSON, LESTER LEON, B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meteorologist), IFAS, USWB,
Weather Forecasting Service (1956-1956)
BENTLEY, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Professor Social Sciences and Comprehensive Logic;
Assistant Dean, University College (1938-1965).
BENZ, WILLIAM PATRICK, M.P.H.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1951-1955).
BERARDO, FELIX M., Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Associate Professor of Sociology (1969-1969).
BERCAW, BEAUREGARD L.,M.D. (University of Virginia)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1967-1969).
BERGER, RICHARD DONALD, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IFAS,
Everglades Experiment Station (1967-1967).
BERNARD, DONALD HARRY, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Education (1969-1969).
BERNER, LEWIS, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Director of Division of Biological Sciences; Professor
of Biological Sciences and Chairman of Department: Professor of
Zoology and Entomology; Curator of Natural Sciences, Florida
State Museum (1946-1970).
BERNSTEIN, JERALD J., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Anatomical Sciences (1965-1965).
BERNSTEIN, MARY ELIZABETH
Research Assistant in Ophthalmology (1967-1968).
BERNSTEIN, STUART P., M.D. (George Washington University
Clinical Instructor (1968-1968).
BERRY, ROY CHARLES, B.S., Major, U. S. Army
Assistant Professor of Military Science (1970-1970).
BERTRAND, JOSEPH E., Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Scientist), IFAS, West
Florida Experiment Station (1966-1966).
BESSETTE, LEO, B.B.A.
FinancialAid Counselor (1953-1961).
BETANCOURT, OSCAR, M.D. (University of Illinois)
Intern in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
BETHEA, SALLY BROOK, M.L.S.,
Associate Librarian, Catalog (1959-1970).
BEVIS, HERBERT ANDERSON, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering (1961-1964),
BEYETTE, THOMAS KENT, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of English (1969-1969).
BIEBER, JEROME B., Ph.D. (S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo)
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and History (1969-1969).
BIGELOW, GORDON ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (John Hopkins University),
Professor of English (1951-1967).*
BIGGS, ROBERT HILTON, Ph.D. (Purdue University)


Professor (Biochemist). IFA S. (1957-1969)
BIGGS, THOMAS S., JR.. L.L.B.,
University Attorneyfl969-1969)
BILLEN, DANIEL A., Ph.D. (University of Tennessee)
Research Professor of Radiation Biology and of Immunology and
Medical Microbiology. (1966-1966)
BINGHAM. N. ELDRED. Ph.D. (Columbia University),
Professor of Fducation (1950-1950) *
BIRNDOR F, LAWRENCE A.. M.D. (University of Michigan)
Resident in Ophrhalmology (1970-1970)
BISHOP, BERNAYS, M.P.H
Assistant Professor in Physical Education and Golf Coach
(1962-7%967)
BITZER. E. WEST. M D.. (Unnsersity of Virginia)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery(1966-1969).
BLACK,KENNETHLERON, L L.B
Professor of I aw I( 1949-19521
BLACKBURN,ROBERTD ,M S
Associate Professor ( Associate Agronomist), IF AS, USD.A,
Plantation Field I aborator) (7960- 9671
BIL AC KWOOD, ROBERT E., M D. (Unis ersity of F Ilorida)
Resident in Surgers (19701
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), IF AS,
FCC, Citrus fEperiment Sta ion (1962-1962)
BL AIR. Roger Duncan Ph.D. IMichigan Slale Unniersity)
Assistanr Prolteor olt conom.cs '1970-1970)
BL AKE. ROBERT GEORGE, Ph DI University ol Florida)
Associate Proessor ol Mathemarc i(1943-1955)
BLAKEY ARCHFREDRIC.Ph D (FloridaStaleUniversity)
4issrant Professor ol Social Sciences (1969-1969.1
BL ANCHARD, FRANK NELSON Ph.D IUniversity of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Geolog, (1958-1969)
BLANK. HENR'v S.. M D. IGeorgeW ashington Universily)
Clinical Instructor f 196. 19691
BLANTON. FRANKLINS ,Ph D. (Cornell University)
Profesor of Enromologs (i956-19561
BI AZQUEZ.CARLOSH ,Ph D IUniversiy ol Florida)
Assistant Profesor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), If AS. South
Florida field I aborafory '1966-1966)
BLE EIWEIS, ARNOLD S.. Ph.D (Penns) Iania State University)
A,s,sranr Prolessor, Microbiolog), College or Arts and Sciences.
Assistant Bacteriologist. If AS(1967-1967)
BLOCK. ALBERTC .Ed.D IUnisersity of Miami)
.Assistant Professor of Education (1966-196)
BLOCK, aLLAN lAY, h, D. Iohns Hopkins Uniers.t I
Aisisrant Professor of Medicine (1970-1970)
BLOCK.GERIRUDE HECT.M.A
Inruictor in English 11967. 1967
BLOCK. SEYMOUR STANTON, Ph D (Pennsylsania Slate
Uniersitly l
Proteior of Chemical Engineering (1944-1966)
BLODGE TT, RAL PH H AMIL TON, Ph.D (Universii oi Pennp Ivanial
Professor of Economics 11950-19501
BLOOD. ARTHUR M ,M D. Emory Unisersityl
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry i1968-1968)
BLOODWOR TH. BERTHA ERNESTINE. Ph D. Universityol Florida)
Assistant Professor of English (1961.1%96 1)
BLOODWOR TH. SHIRLEi
Instructor College olNursing 1968-19681
BLOODWORTH. THOMAS H..M.A
As.sfanr Director of Personnelt 196. -1965)
BLOOM. GERALD EDW RD.M D (Universityof MaFyland)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (1968-1970.1
BLUE. RICHARD ARTHUR.Ph D |Unisersit ofWisconsin
Assistant Prolesso ot Phiics7 1966-1%61
BLUE.VvILLIAMGUARD.Ph D (Uniersitl of Missourii
Protesor (Soil Biochemist),f AS. Agricultural Experimeni
Stations 17950196%31
BLLUME.ROBERT ALLEN.Ph D IUniversityof Michigani
Asiranr Proressor ol Education. f 1969-1%969.1
BL)iTHE.RUDOLPHH.,Pharm D. Columbia Uniseisityl
Ass.irant Dean, College ot Pharmacy. and Assoc.ate Professor
or Pharmac ( 196'- 7970)








STAFF AND FACULTY


BOARDMAN,GERALD RAY. Ph D. I University of Wisconsin)
AssisrantProlessor ofd ucarion 11%969-1%96
BOBBIN. RICHARD P.. Ph D (Tulane Universitrv
Postdocioral Fellow in Surgery l 969-1%9)
BOCK E WILBUR. Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Assistant Professor of Sociology 11963-79J64
BODINE.WILLISRAMSE ,JIR. M.M
Associate Professor of Music (1959-1%7).
BOEWADT. ROBERT I, Ph D tMichigan State Universit I
Assistant Professor ol Marketing 1970-1970)
BOLCH,WILLIAM EMMETT, Ph D (Unisersity of California)
Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering 1961%6-O79701
BOLDUC, JOSEPH ELROY. Ed D (Unisersit ofTennessee)
Assistant Professorotf ducaton 17969-7969)
BOLLES. ROBERT STEPHEN. Ed.D (Columbia University) I
Dean. Collegeol Archirecrureand Fine Arts Professor of Music
(1948-196%6).
BONNEVILLE, DOUGL AS A. Ph D tOh,o State Univerity
Associate Professor of French (7%963.1968)
BOONE,WILLIAM THOMAS.M Ed
Instructor of Phys.cal Educarion (1969-1969
BORDEAUX, FRANCIS MARION, JR., B.S.
Research Associate in Bacterologv 17966-1966)
BORDERS. HUEY INGLES. Ph D |Universitv of Mnnesoial
Professor (Plant Pathologist). IF AS. Plantation Field IaboratorN
(1944-1968).*
BORUCHOW. IRWIN B M D ICeorgeton Uni.ersitl)
Assistant Professor in Surgery (196%9-1970)
BOSTWICK, JAMES BURDETTE, B.A.
Coordinator of Special Programs, Division of Continuing
Education (1969-1969).
BOUDIN, HENRY MORTON, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor of E ducanton (7970-19701
BOWDEN. jOE ALLEN. Ph D IL'nriers r of North Dakoa1p
Research Associate ,n Biochemstr (11%8.196%8)
BOWERS, ROBERT HOOD, JR., Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of English and Curator of Rare Books (1946-1955).
BOWLES.RICHARD WILLIAM. M S
Professor olf &usic (1958-196%.)
BOWMAN CAROLYN I., PhD (Duke University)
Assifsant Professor or Irench (1970-7970)
BOWMAN, EARL K., B.S.
Associate Industrial Engineer USDA, Agricultural Experi-
ment Sfarons195'7-7957)
BOWMAN, JOHN F., D.M.D. (Tufts University)
Associate Professor and Chairman, Division of Complete
Denture Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, (1969-1969).
BOWMAN, THOMAS THEODORE, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
BOYD,CHARLESW., M.D.
ClinicalAssociate in Ophthalmology (1968-1968).
BOYD, CLIFFORD ALLEN, Ed.D. (Boston University)
Dean, College of Physical Education, Health, and Recrea-
tion and Professor of Professional Physical Education(1950-1970).
BOYD, FREDERICK TILGHMAN, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
ProfessorofAgronomy, IFAS(1938-1959).*
BOYD, ROBERT S., B.A.
Interim Instructor in Journalism andCommurn caron, 17968-1968,
BOYKIN, V" ILL LNt HENRV, Ir Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Assistant Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics;
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (1967-1967).
BRADBLRY. ROBERT WESLEY, Ph D IUniersi~ ol Michigan)
Professor of Economics College of Business Admn,srrafion
and Interim Agricultural Econom,tr Agrcultural fEpermenrt
Station, IFAS(7950-1952).
BRADDOCK ROBERT I MES.Ph D iUmnierirt or M.chigani
Assistant Proles or I -Asi'anr food Scenr,ii. IFAS C.rrus
Eiperrment Station 1970-1970).
BRADLEY, RICHARD EUGENE, D.V.M., Ph.D. (University of
Georgia)
Associate Professor (Associate Parasitologist), Institute of
Foodand Agriculurai Science.i 195-.9691
BR ADSH AW,V I AMES PHILIP, M.A.,M.S. in L.S.
A sociare Professor off English 7946-19591.
BRAD .LOULISP .M D IEmor, Uniners.l,l
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (1961-1969).
BRADY.MARNA\ ENABLE.Ed D iColumbia Lniers, i


Profesor of Comprehens,ie I ogrc Adviser (1948-1970).
BRADY, PATRICK G.. M D tNe lersee Collegeof Medicine)
Resident in Medicine 17968-19691
BRANCH, DAN PAULK, M.S.
Associate Professor of Architecture (1961-1967).,
BRANCH. JOHN T ,IR ,M B A
Coordinator o Specia/Piograms D ,-wtn o Continuing
duciatoni 1958-1966i
BRANDAS,ERKKIJUHANI.PhD Uppsalai
Assistant Professor of C hemisry and Phr iicl 1%969-9691
BRANDT.JOHNFREDERICH Ph D Iloiwa Liners,rl
Aisocare Prolessor of Speech 11965-19701
BRANTLE, RICHARDESTES Ph D (Princeton L'mnier si|
Assistant Protessor of Englsh 17 969-7%91.
BR SHEAR BILL'.MD i Louissille Unn ers.y I
Clinical instructor ,n Medicne-( 7967.'7%)
BRA.SK.WILLARDIOHNGUSTA E, M M
AssocareProfessor ol fus, c96%3.196%8
BRASWELL, ROBERT N., Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Chairma
of the Department (1964-1966).
BRATTELAND, EIVIND, M.S.E.
Visiting Assistant in Engineering in Coastal and Oceano-
graphic Engineering (1970-1970).
BRAUNINGER, GORDON E., M.D. (Columbia University)
Resident in Ophthalmology (1970-1970).
BRECHNER, BEVERLY LORRAINE, Ph D I L ouwiana Stare
Assistant Professor of Mathematics ( 1968-1968;.
BREDAHL, A. CARL, Ph.D. (Pittsburgh University)
Assistant Professor of English (1970-1970).
BREITHAUPT, JAMES FREDERICK, j.D.
Assistant Professor of Law (1970-1970).
BREIVOGEL, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Ed.D. (Rutgers University)
Assistant Prolesor Oi Educar,on i'1966-1966i
BRELAND, HERMAN LERO Ph D i L'nn ersrt ot Illino.si
AssociateProfessor(SoilChemsi, ifF IS, Agr,culturalEw.
periment Stations (1952-1966).
BRENDEMUEHL, RAYMOND HUGO, Ph.D. (Iowa State
University)
Associate Forester, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
BREY, WALLACE SIEGFRIED, JR., Ph.D. (University of
Pennsylvania)
ProfessorofCher-,,tr., 1952-1%964
BREZONIK, PATRICK LEE, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of Water Chemistry, Department of
Environmental Engineering (1966-1970).
BRIDGES, CHARLES MARTIN, JR., Ed.D. (University of
Tennessee)
Associate Professor, College of Education (1966-1966).
BRILL, THOMAS M., M.D. (University of Michigan)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1959-1969).*
BRINSON, CARYL ANN, B.S.
Interim Graduate Teaching A.ssrant in Speech i 1967-19'0 O
BRISTOR, JOHN D., M.S.
Associate Professor of Building Construction (1963-1967).
BRODE, PETER E., M.D. (Hamburg)
Research Fellow in Pediatrics (1969-1969).
BRODERSEN, ARTHUR JAMES, Ph D LUnimers.i oi California)
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1966-1969).
BRODIE, BRUCE R., M.D. (Washington University)
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
BRODKORB, PIERCE, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Biological Sciences andZoology (1946-1955).
BRODNAX, HENRY DOSS, JR., M.S.
Assistant in Agricultural Economics, USDA., IFAS
(1966-1966).
BROGDON, JAMES EDISON, M.Agr.
Entomologist, Agricultural Extension Service (1955-1966).
BROLMANN IOH4 NNES BE RNARDUS, Ph.D. (University of
Flo' dai
A.ii,tant Profec' I '4i';itnr I egumeBreeder), IFAS, Indian
R,iser FeldLabcrato, i 7969-1%90
BROOKBANK, JOHN WARREN, Ph.D. (California Institute of
Technology)
Professor of Zoology (1955-1968).
BROOKE, DONALD LLOYD, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Stations,









STAFF AND FACULTY


IFASIT946-7962P
BROOKEMANAVALERIE ANNE.Ph D. (Uniersity of Si
Andrews, Scotland)
Visiting Assstant Prolessor in Radiation B.ophysics (1968-1970).
BROKER JOHNRAYMOND, MS A
Assistant ,n Agricultural Economics. L'SDA. IF A5(7969-1969)
BROOKER,MARVIN A ,Ph D Cornell University)
Professor (Head Academic Detelopment Program). IFAS
(1927-1956;

BROOKS, HAROLDKELLY Ph D (HarardUn.serstI I
Associate Professor of Geolog) 17956-7%21
BROOKS. IAMES KEITH. Ph D.(OhioStarel
Associate Professor of Mathematics (167-1%969)
BROOKS, MALCOLM STEW ART PhD I Austalian National
University)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Mat hemalc (1970.-7970)
BROOKS, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Ph D. lUnmersri ot W isconsin;
Associate Professor 1 Asociate Entomologistl. IF AS. Cirru,'
Experiment Station f (%0-1%6
BROOKS,THURSTONL.,JR .B 5
Statstrcian II. Florida Deparrment of C,trus. IF. AS.
(1963-1966).
BROWARD, CHARLES P., M Ed
Teacher, P.K. Yonge(1970-19'0;
BROWN, BOBBURTON, Ph D (Uni,ersiIy otWisconsin)
Professor of Education (19% 5. 1968l
BROWN, DAVID C., M.D. Univer i91 ot Florida)
Assistant Professor, JHEP 1966- 1970;
BROWN, DONALD EDWARD. M Ed
Assistant Coach (1962-19621
BROWN, GEORGEELDON Ph D LUnniers.l of tMinneola)
AssociateProfessor(Assocdate Plani Pjr holog.,,r IF A S.
Citrus Experiment Station, Departrmni .t Carr t' 1965.19 '01
BROWN, HENRY CLAY, PhD I Unierit oa Floridai
Professor of Chemical Eneineer ing 3nd Pruoeior ot Chem,4 (1952-1956).
BROWN IEANWOODLEN M Ed
Teacher, P.K. Yonge Labouraorr SchoolI 196'.-19681
BROWN, JOSEPH C., M.D. ILoma Linda Un.ersr I
Resident in Anesthesioloe i 96%8.-1968
BROWN, ROBERTGLENN M D iDuke Lniver4tls
Resident in Surgery(*19%8.-1970i1
BROWN, SHARON LEE, M Ed
Instructor, P.K. tr.ne Lab.inr r,-,a School 11966-19"';
BROWN, WILLIAM SAMLEL.Ph D IStaie Uni eri, Ot Ne, \ork
Assistant Professor ofSpeech 196%8.19 '"0
BROWN, WOODROWW.LSON 'M g
Pruloes,ur i Safe -H Clubtealdr-, I IF -.,794l1- 95l01
BROWNING, CHARLES BE NTON. Ph D |Kansad Statel
Professorand Dean forki .udeni Intuci,on If 4S
(1966-1969).
BROYLES,ARTHURAUGUSTLS Ph D ;ialeLUnsersa.,l,
Professorof Physics and Ph,. l ji ceins cn, I1Q49.-t It1
BRUCE, WILLIAM ALVIN, Ph D I Ohio Staiei
Research Associate, Citru, I pprimenr Srar,,..n. if 'i4
(1969-1969).
BRUEGGEMAN, WILLIAM B Ph D Oh,,. Stare al nser,, I
Assistant Professor of Firnncf. ( 19'ii). 7c' I
BRUMBELOW, CONCEPCION C M D IL, LniserH ot Sanru Tomas1
Resident in Anesthesiolh-_-gi I ipi. Q7Ol'0
BRUNO, FREDERICK P., M S
Research Instructorin R.d,afin Ph; "s I h9.5-. 7 '' I
BRUNO, JEAN C., M.S. (Urn. er si, of F lu idal
Assistant in Immunolog, ani t.tfedi.:al I.ficrobiolov
(1970-1970).
BRUNS, ROY E., Ph.D. (Ok lahoma Si.aie L'risi eril4
Interim Assistant Profes.or ..t Cherm.-r,,r, I79C3.- 198
BRYAN, HERBERT HARRIS Ph D ICornell Uni er,il,
AssistantProfessor(Assi-ranm Hort.cutrur, ri If A4 Sub.
Tropical Experiment Station It -1 796,41
BRYAN, PATRICIA FREDERICKS M Ed
Interim InstructorinHtmajnte 1967.1961 71
BRYAN, ROBERTARMISTE AD Ph D IUn, ersins of Keniuck, I
Dean of Faculties and Prtoleor orf t ri.rI,.h
BRYANT, DAVIDRAYMOND IR A B


Administrative Assistant Il, Institure oIf ood and Agricul-
tural Sciences (7958-1958).
BRY ANT. MICHAEL LEE, J.D.
Interim Assirsan Professor of law(1969-1970)
BUCHANAN, DAVID WAYNE, Ph D. (Rutgers University)
Assisranr Professor (Assisrant Horticulturist), IFAS.
(1967.1967
BUCHER. jOHN F., D.D.S (Pirisburgh UnisersiTyl. M S (University
of Michigan)
Associate Professor and Chairman. D',isfon of Endodonlics.
ColleRe of Denistry 1%969-1%96
BUCHMAN.ELLENU ,B.S
Assistant in Surgery (196%9-7970)
BUCK DOUGLASLLOYD.BS
Assisranr Communicatrons Specialist Agricultural Extension
Sericei7965-%965)
BULLARD. BARCLAY STITH.M.L S.
Asstant Lbbrarian Reference and Bibliography( 1968-1968)
BULL ARD. WILL AM ROTCH.JR Ph.D. IHarvaFd University)
Chairman otf Department ol Socal Sciences and Associate
Curator, Florida Stare Museum (969-7%91
BULLPEN, RIPLEY PIERCE, M.E
Curator of Anthropology. Florida State Museum (1952-1952)
BULLOCK. L" NDAL M RVIN.Ed.D (Universiryof Kansas)
Interim Assistant Professor of Education (1%9-1%969)
BULLOCK. ROBERT CROSSLN. Ph D. (Unisersity of Connecticutl
AssociareProfessor ( ssiociate Efnfomologistl), IFAS. Indian
R,ef field Laborator) (7%961-961.1
BULLOCK. THOMAS EDWARD, R ,Ph D IStanford Universitvl
Associate Professor ot Electrical Engineering, Associare
Protenor ot Nucleai Engineering Sciences (196-7969)
BUNN IACKC ,M D tHaraidUniversity,
Reiiden in Ophrhalmologs (19.'0-19'70
BUNNELL, CHARLES EDW &.RD. M.D. (Uniersily of Floridal
Intern in Patholog. 119701
BUNTING, DONALDCHARLESM S.
4,>istanr Professor of Physical Sciences 17948-1948)
BURCH RDT.H NS. M
Instructorin Surgers (1968-1969.
BURDINE, HOV ARDWILLIJM.Ph D (Cornell Universiryl
Professor I Soils Chemist I. IFAS. Everglades Experiment Station
(1955-19681
BURGESS, PAUL P.L Th .MS PH
Assistant Professor of Obsetrics andGynecolog (1970-1970).
BURGIS.DONALDST F FORD, M.S A
4sRociare Professor (Asioc iae Horticulturist) IF AS. Gulfl Coast
Experiment SfaronI(946-7969)
BURKHART, ROBERT WESLEN. M S
Assistant ibrarian SpecialCollections (1970-1970)
BURLESON.WV' ROWEIL.M D ;Universmir of North Carolinal
Chief Re'ident in Lirologs (19701
BURNES. IAMES AL TON. D Phil. (Oxford Uniersiy I
Prote,5orotfLa (17968.19681
BURNETT HARRN COPPIN,M S
Aiocate Plant Parholog st. D. oi Plant lnduirrv (968-7968l
BURNS. AUGUSTUS MERRIMON, III, Ph D (Universit ot North
Caiolinai
Asi.an[ Professor ol Social Sciences and Htors 1 196"'-1967;
BURNS ]AMESFRANKLIN.Ph D iMassachusetsilnslilute of
Technologvl
A.ocaireProlesorol indusrraland S stemsEngineerrin
1 %,F,6.19691
BURNS. IOHN IOSEPH, IR .Ph D I Unisersity of Colorado;
Associate Professor oi Engineering Science and Mechanic,
SI%.'. 19671
BURNS. WILLIAMCAL. IN.M S
A,,,sranr Proessor ( 4swrant Animal Husbandmanland Head.
IF 4S USDA Bronkisile Beef Cattle Research Siation (795'-195 7)
BLiRNSED. DAIDW MI D (Universit of Flordal
Re.,dent nPschiarry (1970-19'01
BURT.E\ ERT OAKLEN.Ph D ;OhioStaleUniversilvi
Professor (Ornamental Horticulurist
IF AS. Plantation fteldlaborators ( 1%962.1%9
BURTON.CLAUDEC NMD iUniversilyof Marvland)
C Inical Professor in Surper 196%4. I%91
BUSBEE.GREER A .III.M D (Ilandeibil L Uniersil)I
Resdent in Surger, 19'0)









STAFF AND FACULTY


BUSBY, JOENEIL.Ph D IUnsersitr ot Floridai
Professor. Dean for Cooperatrre Efenrion Service, IFAS, and
Dean for Conrtinuingf duration 194'- Iq''O
BUSBY.'AALTER .d D IMichiganSlale Universil I
Assisranl Prolessor of Educat,on ( 9681-968)
BUSHNELL.D4 ID.Ph D lHarard Unielsil
Professor of H,sror' (1t%3. 1%68
BUSK GIL SUS N.M Ed (LUn.~ersi, of Florida)
Instructor of Archritecrure 17968-1968 i
BUSLIG, BELA STEPHEN, M.S.
Research Associate, IFAS, FCC. Citrus Experiment Station
(1967-1967).
BUSTAMANTERODOLFOE MD IL'n..er4it ol Hadanal
Resident in Parholok, 1i%'- 1%'
BUTLER. AR THUR G .Ph D IlUn.ersit of Iloridal
A,s'ranr Protes'or ot M'anagemeni 11969. -1Q'1
BUTLER.GEORGE BERGEN Ph D (Unier.il of North Carolina)
Prolesor of Chem,>rry and R'e,iarh Prole>or ( 94b. 1957).
BUTLER GLENN A Ed D IOklahoma Slate Lniers.l, i
Asocrare Profe-.or oI)ourrnahrm and Communicarrons
%1966-1969)
BUTLER.JERR\ FR NK.Ph D iCornell L'n.eritn |
Asisurani Enromnlog..r Agrcullural Experrmeni Stai,.),.
(1968-19681
BUTLER, SHERMAN LINVILLE, M.L.S.,
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1968-1968).
BUTSCHER. WILLIAM M D Iletteion Medical Collegei
Chnic l .$isorrareProfe~inr rf Pedrairi:, 1l%-I. 1969)
BUTT, ARNOLD FREDERICK, M.A.
Professor of Architecture and Chairman of Department of
Architecture (1967-1969).
BUTTERWORTH, JAMES DONALD, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Professor of oMar ering and Chairman of Department of
NMarkefngi 1955.19581
BUTTON, ROBERT ADAMS, M.Litt.
Director, University Personnel Relations (1963-196%5)
BYRON,KENNETH HUGH Ph D (Uniers.rt olflor.da
AssociateProfessor orf nghlh Ad.,r %I9b-19'"0i
BYVOETPAUL,M.D.,Ph D Ln.,er.rs, of Leaden.The
Netherlands)
Associate Profe,.or D,c ,.nc.B.r.lIoeratSc ,en BZOCH,KENNETHRUDOLPH Ph D INorh.,eltern L'n,.eirsi
Chairman and Protenor, D parimeni ,t C. mm.nu',i.ahie
Disorders; Professor of Speech, (1960-1965).
CADE IAMESR .M D (Soulhaerlten L.ni.efsii, i
A scrarel ProPle,,ar'andrChl,-,-l R nl M ..-,I n i fi;" |. l% 3g ]
CAGE BOBBYNYLF.PhD Ilo.a ialee L'niersr;ii
Asl nPm Polei'corOf EdLruraicii IIoi9. q8*
CAHOON, STUART N., M.D.
Co-Director, Student Mental Health Service; Coordinator,
Community Psychiatry; Associate Professor of Psychiatry.
CAKE. EDWIN iOOD. PhD ICornell Un.seiir, i
Econorisi, Farm Management ,griculrural E [uienron er... 1.-
(1952-1952).
CALAWAY, WILSON THAYER, M.S.
A,,irjtan Proie-., r-if E nfmhois IQ4t,.- 1% I
CALDWELL, DAVID KELLER, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Associate Professor of Speech and Director of Research,
Marineland, Florida (1969-1969).
CALDWELL,ROBERTEDWARD, Ph.D.i Purdue L n, ers.r-
ProfP wor Sod rChemir i. If AS, Agricultural Experiment Stations
(1941-1968).
CALDWELL, WOFFORD T., M.S.Ed.
Associate Professor of Building Construction (1957-1965).
CALHOUN, NANCY
Instructor, College of Nursing (1970-1970).
CALLAHAN, PHILIP S., Ph.D. (Kansas State University)
PCofeisor ol EnLcinoiogS L'DA Insect Attractant Behavior
Reejrchlab 1|969.1%9i
CALLOWAY, PAULINE FRANCES, Ed.D. (North Carolina State
University)
Associate Professor (Extension Home Economist, Program
Developmeni. If.S 1968-1968).
CALVERT.D4AID ICTOR PhD iloaa Sltie Ln,.i.s,,i
A c'.c'. iePro#ie ,r .'i. ...,rrA- i Snd rhom ii If In..i.aiRiver
field laborator t1 f-19I- 181


CAMP SUSANCHRISTIAN.M S
AssocrateProfleor.14 .oaiefelt.'ns,nn ..' tonist),lFAS,
S1955.19641
C AMPBELL.C4RL V ALTER.Ph D IPurdue Ln..ei~ri i
Professor Horirrulrurr l. IF Sub tropircallxp or.mi.rifi
Station (1960-1970).
CAMPBELL. DONALD R M D IL'nieri.l ol Floridai
Re-ideni ,n P.sch.arr 1 I%,9a. I i9i.
CAMPBELL, HOWARDW., Pn D IL n,.. r,iS )i Caillornia)
Interim Assistant Professor. ,f ,ri ii>, I l' 'i,. ; ''",
CAMPBELL, HUGH DANIEL Ph D i Lr,,.ersi. of British
Columbia)
A-.i.nanr Proie-r.if ori i %u.-ii ar Efoi,rer-r.inp CAMPBELL, LINDSEY D., M.D.
ClinicalAssociate in Psychiatry (1968-1968).
CAMPBELL STEPHEN F .MD iM.,,hinglon Lr..erisif
Intern in Medicine(1970-1970).
Ci1NEP. PAUL CHARLES.I S
A ,Nranr Ph, .sr,,,r %4 79'0
CANTRELL FREDH B S B A iLUn.erisils oFIoridai
Drean 'n.ver.,r, Relihon, aridDe elopmenr 1 79t8. %8;
CAPEHART, BARNEY L.,Ph D iLUnme ilvofOklahoma)
A sofanf Polesor ,jt InLfrdearanl kr(frem, fnynmeerin'n
(1968-1968).
CAPELLA, JOSEPH A.
Research Instructor (1967-1970).
C RANASOS GEORGE j t D lohn.-Hopkins Lniersit,
A .itanr Proles,wr ,n ,\ li-iic n- tSlrj'. t9bB,
CARDEILHAC, PAUL THIERS,D.V.M. (Texas A&M University),
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania)
"A ..fidlr"Profref c', r c*,'*)( pPPa rn-,ji'.m i .ir.' r ri Inirl lu'r.ud
Food arnd g'ri uliur i S ,,.n:..-c, I%8-. '7%d
CARITHERS, HUGH A., M.D. (Emory University)
ChrIrica l4Aiat. Pof-..r,r I i-H P in PIJPedair,, '1968-7968).
CARLISLE, VICTORWALTER PhD iL'ni..rt.s o Floridai
Associate Professor( ',-,rarc ui,-iCh-m,-,r IF 4Aricultfural
Experiment Stations (1947-1967).*
CARLSON, NORMAN GILBERT, B.S.
Head, Sport Publicity, Assistant Athletic Director (1963-1963).
CARNELL, CORBIN SCOTT, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of English, Adviser (7958-1968)
CARNES, JAMES JEROME, A.B.
Head Track Coach (1964-1964).

CARNEY, FRANCIS EDWARD, M.D. (University of Florida
Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology (7970-1970).
CARPENTER, JAMES WOODFORD, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Animal Science (Associate Meat Scientist)
IFAS(1953-1964).*
CARR ARCHIE F .IRL I Ph D ,L '...r lt, i tFIordi o
Ct',iJud'r. ll:.'jr-'. i P r ;r. r ,, r ," -,.',l-,-1. , r ,,"j _,,.ll._.r of
ZCnr .i raI 'Si', nr-e. Fl,'ir,.J, t s',i ,\tfu.i ijn, 1" i' "-. .
CARRGLENNADODSON Ed D it ni.er..i i.lc- ordjii
Assistant Professorof Edur in 1 05.'.l- o;")
CARR, JOHN EDWARD
Assistant Director of Purchasing (1966-1970).
CARR,THOMADE[ADERICiN PhD ILn.eri5 .iof Flor.dal
ProfessorofPh ,.., ,'md 4 .Innr,m|, 1 79,;. ?Qi i,
CARR, WILLIAM E. S., Ph.D. (Duke University)
Assistant Professor of Zoology(1965-1966).
CARRERA. FRANK. Ill. M.D. (EmorvUniversitvi
A,,n-,,iar. Pr,ii, ,,r P. d r,,,. ,,, 1P y h, ~','. (1960-1970).
CARROLL, EDWARD ELMER, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering (1966-1966).
CARROLL, LYN, M.A.
Assistant Professor Speech (1969-1969)-
CARRON, HAROLD, M.D. (Wayne University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology (1965-1968).
CARSON,ROBERT E.i"ITT Ph D [ ir,,..rr., ol ,Mi:h.gani
Professor of Humana,r.. CARTER,JOHN MICHAEL, M.E.
Assistant Professor of Building Construction (1962-1969)
CARTER,TRAVIS ARDUS, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor o i.mp e-h-,i.. r I .e., ar.,d IJu jr.,.r,
Associate Counseling P (, hColm.,i.r Uv.e.,r iy lr). I'Ti,
CARTER.WILLIAM E., Ph.D. (Columbia University)









STAFF AND FACULTY


Director of the Center for Larin American Studies and Professor
of Anthropology (1962-1970).
CASAGRANDE. JEAN, Ph.D. (University of Indiana)
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages (1968-1968)
C ASEY, ERNEST R., IR., M.D. (George Washington University)
Clinical Associate in Opthalmology(1961-1961).
CASEY. JAMES T., M.D. (Albany Medical College)
Resident in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
CASSELMAN,THEORN W.,M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Engineer), IFAS,
Everglades Eperiment Station (1960-1970)
CASSIDY, LELIA BELLE, M.S .L.S.
Assistant Librarian I.F A S (1970-1970)
CASSIN. BARBARA C., B.S. (Simmons College)
Research Instructor (1969-1970).
CASSIN, SIDNEY, Ph.D. tUniversity of Texas)
Professor of Physiology(1957-7969).
CASTEEL, JAMES DOYLE, Ph.D. (Peabody University)
Associate Professor of Education (7969-7969).
CASTLE, JAMES R., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Resident in Medicine(7970-1970).
CATANZARO, RONALD J., M.D. (Washington University)
ClinicalAssociateProfessor(1969-1969).
CATE, CHARLESALLEN, Ed.D. (University of Texas)
Associate Professor of Education (1953-1953). *
CATO, JAMESCAREY, M.S.
Assistant in Agricultural Economics, USDA, IFAS (1969-1969).
CATON, DONALD, M.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Assistant Professor in
Obstetrics and Gynecology (1969-1969).
CAUTHEN, JOSEPH C., M.D. (Duke Medical School, North Carolina)
Assistant Professor in Surgery (1970-1970).
CENTIFANTO,YSOLINAM., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and of Immunology and
Medical Microbiology.
CERUTTI, PETER A., Ph.D. (University of Zurich)
Professor and Chairman of Biochemistry (1971-1971)
CESARE, BURTON LEO, M.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Circulation (1970-1970).
CHAIN, MOSES BENTON, M.P.H.
Assistant Professorof Physical Education (1964-1968).
CHALKER, PAUL, M.A.
Editor, University of Florida Press (1957-1970).
CHALMERS, DAVID MARK, Ph.D. (Rochester University)
Professor ofHistory (1955-1967).
CHAMPION, JOHN MILLS, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Chairman and Professor of Health and Hospital Administration;
Professor of Management (1964-1969).
CHANCE, J EAN, C., B.S.J.
Interim Instructor in journalism and Communications
(1969-1969).
CHANDA, KAMAL CHANDRA, Ph.D. (University of Manchester,
England)
Professor of Statistics (1967-1969).
CHANG, RICHARD TAIWON, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Associate Professor of History (1966-1970).
CHAPMAN, HERBERT LEE, JR., Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Professor (Animal Nutrionist), IFAS, Range Cattle Experiment
Station (1951-1965).
CHAPMAN, RICHARD ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor, (Nematologist), IFAS (1969-1969).
CHAPMAN, ROY L., JR. (University of Tennessee)
Resident, Anesthesiology (1969-1969).
CHAPMAN, WI LLIS HARLESTON, M.S.
Agronomist and Head, North Florida Experiment Station
(1942-1959).
CHAYES, DOROTHY J)., M.D. (Women's Medical College of
Pennsylvania)
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology (1966-1968).
CHELLEMI, S. JOHN, D.D.S. (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology, College
of Dentistry (1970-1970).
CHEN,SU-SHING, Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
CHEN, KWAN-YU, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of Astronomy and Physical Sciences (1963-1969).


CHEN. WAYNE H., Ph.D. (University of Washington)
Professor of Electrical Engineeringand Chairman of the
Department (1952-1965).
CHENETTE, EUGENE R., Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1966-1966).
CHEONG, IN TAI, M.D. (Seoul National University, Korea)
Resident in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
CHESHIRE, MC KINLEY, JR., (Duke University)
Resident in Psychiatry (1968-1968).
CHEVES, FOREST A., M.S.
Associate in Chemistry (7967-7970)
CHIKKAGOUDAR, MALLESHAPPA SIDRAMAPPA, MA,
Interim Instructor of Statistics (1968-1968).
CHILDERS, DONALD GENE, Ph.D. (University of Southern
California),
Professor of Electrical Engineering (7965-1968).
CHILDERS, IOANNE M., M.A.
Research Assistant in Child Psychiatry (1969-1969)
CHILDERS, RICHARD C., M.D. (University of Rochester)
Resident in Medicine (1970-7970)
CHILDERS, WILLIAM COLE, Ph D. (University of Florida)
Professor of English. Adviser (1959-1969)."
CHINNICI,)OANNECECELIA,M A.P.H.
Interim Instructor of Physical Education (1968-1968).
CHIOU,GEORGE C. ., Ph.D., (Vanderbilt University)
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology (1969-1969).
CHIRAS, GLORIA L., MSN
Assistant Professor,. College of Nursing (96%7-1969).'
CHIU,TSAO-YI,M.S.E.
Associate in Engineering of Coastal and Oceanographic
Engineering (1959-1970).
CHO, MIN-HAING, M.D. (Severance Medical College of Yonsei
University), Ph.D. (University ofSasketchewan)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Pathology (1969-1969).
CHOATE, RUSH EDGAR, MSA
Professor (Agricultural Engineer) IFAS, (1947-1959).
CHOW, ALROY A., M.D. (Dalhousie Medical School)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1969-1969).
CHRISTENSEN, BENT AKSEL, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Civil Engineering(1963-1965).
CHRISTIAN, MILTON BURKE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic, Adviser
(1964-1970).*
CHRISTIANSEN. KENNETH A., Ed.D. (Universit) of Missouri)
Professor of journalism and Communications and
Director of Educational Television (1959-1959).*
CHRISTIANSEN, WILLIAM CLEVE, Ph.D (Iowa State University)
Associate Professor (Aisociare Animal Nutritionist), IFAS
(1970-1970).
CH'U, CHAUNCEY CHENG-HSI, M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Chinese (1969-1969).
CHUN, PAUL W., Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Associate Professor in Biochemistry (1966-1970).
CHYNOWETH, DAVID P., Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Interim Instructor in Bacteriology, IFAS(1969-1969).
CIMINO, LOUISE., M.D. (St. Louis University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1962-1969).
CIZNAR, IVAN, Ph.D.
Associate in Microbiology.
CLARK, ANTHONY JAMES, Ph.D. (Denver University)
Assistant Professor of Speech (1969-1969).
CLARK, EDWARD BOWIE, JR., M.A.
Interim Instructor of Education (1966-1966).
CLARK, EWEN, M., M.D. (University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Instructor in Medicine, University Physician (1966-19701
CLARK, FRED, M.S.A.
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1940-1963).
CLARK, GENEVIEVE, M.Ph.
Assistant Professor of Nursing, College of Nursing (1967- %967)
CLARK, HAROLD BROWN, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky)
Professor of Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Ec onomist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1958-1958).a
CLARK, VERNON WILMOT, J.D.
Professor of Law (1946-1949).
CLARKE, BERTA LOU, M.A.
Assistant Librarian, Catalog(1970-1970).








STAFF AND FACULTY


CL4RKE.CARL T .Ph D IUniversiry ol Florida
Director. Marriage and College de Protect. 4ociale
Profes sor o Ps ychology 1964-19701
CLARKSON, MARK HALL.Ph D (Uninersit, ol Tesast
Professorol Aerospace ngineeinmg and Chairman of
Department (191-1961)
CLAYTON, JOE EDWARD, M.S.
Aisociae Profeisorl isociare 4rculiuLJrat ngRneer l IS
USDA Everglades itperiment Slarioni 1965-19651
CLEM LESTER WILLI AM Ph D Ilninersiv ol Miamii
Aiiociare Profeisor of Immunnlogs and Medi'al t fd ',r rjholtog
1f966-19681
CLEMENT.STEPHENP IR M D lHarajrd L'Unersei i
Clinical 4 ,srant Prolepr,r of Pediairarr 198-19691
CLORE.FORREST C .M D IL'ninerii, oet Michigani
Resident in RadiolugI 196'- 1%681
CLOAVER.1AMESWESLE1 MD IL'niervti otGeorg,ai
Clinical Assoc,aie in Ophrhalmolo 1 1%b. 19681
CLUBOK.ALFREDB Ph D LiUnisers,r otlMich.gani
AssociateProleor oftPol,tiarl Srpn(ce, 1958.-1964
CLUFF,LEIGHTON E M D (GeorgeWashingron L'ni.ersilli
Professor and Chaitman o. the Department or k1edir. ne
(1966-1966).
COBB, THOMAS CARTER, J.D.
Interim Assistant Professor of Law & Assistant Dean (1968-1970).
COBB, WILLIAM T M D iLin,eril, ol Floridal
Resident in Ophrhalmologc f 1969 -196Q1
COGGAN, JANET M., M.Ed.
Assistant in Occupational Ther ips 11 1-1971).
COGGINS DEBORAHR M D iDukeUniversity)
Clinical Associate (1959-1969).
COGGINS %ILFMERj 1 .D IDuke L'nepis,ti
4miocraieProle>,orot At.'lirne andrl ,r'( F..' ~Opartmeiol of
Student Health (1962-1967).
COHEN EDWIN PhD IiojNabradrenL'nerc'.t,i
A, ncare Prote s,)r ui CI,n,.a/lP.r h.).ij r. aiPI P,. ihtil,.c \ -V.A '
(1968-1968).
COHEN HOARDLIONEL PhD IL'n,.eri,a otndiana)
Assifani Prole orol Phsij.al ij ,-ien -anij AIronom
(1968-1968).
COHEN, LOUIS DAVID, Ph.D. (Duke University)
Chairman and Professor of Clinical Psychology; Professor
of Psychology (1962-1962).
COHEN, MORTIMER, Ph D IUninel nis' of N1nnesola i
Professor (Plant Patholo-g IiF 45 Ind,4 n R,5i-r ftelJ
Laboratory(1956-1968).
COKER, jOHNL D D S Unersii olPenniIl. an,ai
CI.niCal 4.itannt Prole-,u ,n Dr-ntail suri t,'p, i 192l.1969).
COLE, DAVID 0., M.D. (University of Mississippi)
Resident in Radiology (1969-1969).
COLE, MOSES MCWILLIE, B.S.
Inrrucror c.iEnimoloe, (1966-1966).
COLGATE, SAMUEL ORAN, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute
of Technology)
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1959-1966).
COLLETT %\ILLIlhMk D D M iPri.burgh University)
Associate Prot-,,or an:'d Ch-,m,,,r, Division of Radiology,
College of Dentistry; andAssociate Professor, Department of
Radiology, College of Medicine (1968-1968).
COLLIER, COURTLAND A., M.E.
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1961-1967).
COLLINS, DOROTHY E., M.S.W.
Assistant Professorof S.c -al % nrt P.n P -hijiri '1966-1969).
COLLINS EARNESTS MD iL ni.re is of NorIhC.rol.nal
Ch,el Res,denr ,n Ob rer,.c, andl ine.-,.,l i ei 19 19'i ,
COLLINS GEORGE H MI D iLU'neriits iof errmoni,
Prolessor of ParOrhl,'ie ardniff-(,( ,n. 7 l53i 19'i
COMBRINK, CAROLYN JEAN, M.S.
Assistant Professor(Extension Housing Specialist), IFAS
(1966-1966).
COMBS, ARTHUR WRIGHT, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor of Education (1954-1954).
COMBS.GEORGE ERNEST Ph D Iowa State University)
Prote-s' o, r,,mal or-ni ,t. .-and Animal Nutritionist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1951-1967) *
CONKLIN, JAMES BYRON, JR., Sc.D. (Massachusetts Institute


ofTerhnolonvi
Assisiani Professoroi Ph i- 196%4. -I9b4
CONNER, FREDERICKH IL LI AM Ph D rL'niersiyof
Pennsvlsania)
,ce-Pre,,denr for Academic Affairs and Professor of
Inghlsht19JS.1968 *
CONNER, H. HENRY, B.A.
Instructor in Journalism and Communications and Producer-
Director, Television Station WUFT(1966-1967).
CONNER, J.WAYNE,Ph D iPrinceton University)
Professor of Romance Languages and Chairman of Department;
Directorof Division of Humanities (1962-1968).
CONNER,JAMES RICHARD, M.S.
Interim Assistant Professor in Agricultural Economics,
IFASi 1%9-9691
CONNER TOTSYE JOHNSON, M.Ed.
Teaher P.K.Yonge Ljboiaronr School I9%- 1%969
CONNOLLY. IOHNW D PhD il.'nier,;r, oFlo,),da3
Allorrae Prioie,,r .-f Phx-,r ,i-ia "r' I "
CONOVER, CHARLES ALBERT, M.S.A.
Assistant Professor(Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist),
IFAS (1963-1963).
CONOVER, ROBERT ARMINE,Ph D i Lnner,,.r[ ot llIno,,,i
Professor (Plant Pathologist) and Head, IFAS, Sub-Tropical
I pp rrmi-n Sr.iar. ,n 194'. 7 rb.'
CONRADT D\,IDPALUL B A iBri.,r.Lni.er-.i,
Inrernm s, inr P-.oi ,,.-,r t P .'-irj I i,,r-,nr, 191,8. eh8
CONRON STEPHENSEBASTI N Ph D iLnr,,.ers.,i.i l.a
A -,",,-,air Pr ,r- or or EnvIn,,h, ar,.j 4-r n-er.rf in qij ,w
(1%0-1969).*
COOK,ALLYNAUS-IN Ph D IL n.er.,I of Wisconsin)
Professor (Plant Parhiin ejs Ir..,riure ..f Food and Agricultural
Sciences (1954-1967).*
COOK, TERRENCE, M.D. (Stritch College of Medicine, Loyola
University [Illinois])
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
COOPER, ALICE JOYCE, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1957-1957).*
COOPER,JANET E., M.A. (University of Florida)
Assistant in Pediatrics (1%969-1969).
COOPERRIDER DONALDEL[MER D\ i iOh.o Sale University)
M .Sc Pr.'.le orrPar n, l.',,i-ri h-,.r urij F...,latl
Agricultural S:,en"r-. 11%8. 1%8.,
COPPOCK,GLENN EDGAR, M.S.
Professor (Agricultural Engineer), IFAS. FCC, Citrus
Experiment Station (1958-1958).
COPPOCK, JOHN ANDREW, M.S.
Agricultural Engineer, Fla. Citrus Commission (1958-1968).
CORAM,WILMER THOMAS, JR., M.A.E.
Head, Department of Special Prornr a m D ......n ,_. Continuing
Education (1957-1969).
CORNELIUS, D. KIM, B.S. (University of Florida)
Instructor, Computing Center (1969-7969).
CORNELL. JOHN ANDREW, Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
Assistant Professor of Statistics. Agricultural Experiment
Station (1968-1968).
CORNETT, JOHN MICHAEL, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Assistant Professor of Speech (1970-1970).
CORNETT, MARY K., M.A.
Teacher, P.K Yonge(1970-1970).
CORNWELL GEORGEW Ph D il. ln;ir,sil,-f Mih;,gni
A .nir-arp Pritlf-i r of II ,ljlt ftl ,o .ol ,4 *r,- 3n F.-riF rrr,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1967-1967).
CORPENO, ROBERT SALOMON. M.P.A.
Research Associate, Latin American Data Bank (1967-1967).
CORRELL, LARAINE, M.S.
Assistant Librarian, Special Collections (1970-1970).
CORY, LLOYD W., M.S.
Captain, U.S. Air Force. Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies
(1968-1968).
COSBY, BETTY WALLACE, Ph.D. (Syracuse L r,;.eL .il
Assistant to the Vice President for Student 4 fra,r., r i, 9I
COTTER,JULIAN RAY, M D Ilohn. HopkI.r., i. ni.Lr.,,i
Associate Professor orOb'r.ii,,, in, -r.'.i:..h.'-.,i i lC.;C, ,')
COTTON,JANE DERBYSHIRE,M.A.
Assistant in Medicine (1967-1970).
COUCH, LEON WORTHINGTON, II, Ph.D. (University of Florida)








STAFF AND FACULTY


Assistant Professor ol Electrical Engineeringf1967-1968).
COUCH, MARGARET W. Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Postdoctoral Associate (1969-1970)
COUSAR. JAMES E.. III, M.D. (Iohns Hopkins University)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery-IHEP- (1%969-1969).
COVEY.CHARLES DEAN, Ph D. (University of Louisiana)
Associate Agricultural Economist Marketing. Agricultural
Extension Sersuce(1957-%9671
COX, ERNEST H A1 NES. Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor
of EnglishI 1947-1964).
COX, MERLIN GWINN, Ph.D. IUniversiy of Flor ida)
Associate Professor of Social Sciences. Adviser (1955-1966)
CO E, IOHN M.. M.D. (Yale University I
Resident in Medicine (7%969-1969)
CRAGO. JOHN A ,M.D (Cornell University)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1959-1959)
CRALL, IAMES MONROE, Ph.D. (Universi l of Missouri)
Professor (Plant Pathologist) and Head, IfAS, watermelon and
Grape Iniesrigations Laborator) 11952-19541
CRAM, STUART PROUD,Ph.D. (Universilt of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1966-19661
CRAMER.IOHNW ,Ph D (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor in Pharmacology and Therapeutics
(1967-1967).
CRANDALL,CATHERINE %NN,Ph D (Purdue University)
Research Associate and Instruc tor in Pathology (1%960- 1%960)
CRANDALL, RICHARD B Ph D IPurdue University
Associate Professor Immunology and Medical Aficrobrolog
(1%960-1970)
CRANNEY,ADELBERTGARR,jR., Ph.D. (Universit' of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of English and Education and Director oi
Reading Laboratory and Clinic(1966-1969)
CRAPS, JOHN ELLIS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Assistant Professor of German (1939-1952).*
CRAVEN,ROYC I.R M F A
Director, Un sersiy) Callery, ProfessorofArt (1954-1967).*
CRAVENS, SALLY ANN, M.S.
Assistant Librarian, Documents (1967-1967).
CREBO, DOROTHY WESTHAFER, M.A.
Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, (1968-1969).
CREEL, AUSTIN BOWMAN, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Associate Professor of Religion (1957-1964).'
CREVASSE, LAMAR E., M.D. (Duke University)
Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Regional Medical
Program 11959-19691
CREWS, HARRY EUGENE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of English (1968-1968).
CREWS, JAMESWILLIAM, Ed.D. (University of Indiana)
Associate Professor of Education (1948-1963).*
CREWS, RUTHELLEN, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Education (1966-1969).
CRIBBETT,ALBERTF., 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 of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of English (1970-1970).
CRILL, JERRYPAT,Ph.D.(Lini ersit, otWViscons.ni
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IFAS, Gulf Coast
Experiment Station (1968-1968).
CRIPE,JERRY LELAND,M.A.
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1965-1967).
CRISS, WAYNE E., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1970-1970).
CRIST, EARL RICHARD, B.A.
Instructor of Medical Technology; Chief Technologist, Clinical
Hematology (1963-1966).
CRIST, JOAN LEE, M.S.W.
Instructor of Social Work in Psychiatry (1967-1967).
CRIST, RAYMOND E., Docteur es Lettres (Grenoble, France)
Research Professor of Geography (1951-1951).
CRISTESCU, CORNELIA G., Ph.D. (University of Bucharest)
Associate in Astronomy (1970-1970).
CRISTESCU, NICOLAE, DMP (University of Bucharest)
Graduate Research Professorof Engineering Science and


Mechanics (7970-19701
CROCKER. LINDA M., Ph.D. (Michigan State University),
Assistant Research Professor, Rehabilitation Research Institute.
College of Health Related Professions (1970-1971).
CROCKER. TIMOTHY EUGENE,Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist). IFAS (1970-1971).
CROKER.GEORGEWILLIAM.M S
Director of Research (7968-1968)
CROKETT,. OE RICHARD, Ph.D. (Universty of Florida)
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Geneticist). IFAS,
Iverglades Experiment Station (1960-7969).
CROMROY, HARVEY LEONARD, Ph.D. (North Carolina State
University)
Associate Professor of Radiation Biology and Entomology
1 964-1964)
CROMWELL, RICHARD PARK.M.E.
Assistant Professor (Assr Agricultural Engineer) IFAS,
(1967-1969)
CRONE, ERNEST GEORGE,M.Ed.
Asuslanl Professor of Physical Education (1957-1963)
CROSBY. FLOYD R.
Manager. Data Processing (1%6-1966)
CROSL AND, ROBERT ELDER, M.A. Arch.,
Associate Professor of Building Construction (7971-19711.
CROSS, CLARK IRWIN,Ph.D (University of Washington)
Associate Professor of Geography and Physical Sciences
(1949-1954)
CROSS.JEROME LEE. Ph.D IUniversily of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering( 1968-1970i
CROSS, WILLIAMGAIL.M E
Assistant Director, Vrayne Reitz Union (1960-19661
CROUCH. HELEN JOHNSON, M.A.
Assisant Professor. P K Yonge Laboratory School (1957-195 )
CROW, LON WORTH, III, B.A. Econ., B.A. Arch.
Physical Planning Consultant ( 1969-1%9).
CRUMBLEY,D. LARRY, Ph D ILouisiana Slate University
Associate Professor ol Accounting 11970-1970)
CULLEN, STANLEY I.,M.D. (University of Miami)
Associate Professor in Medicine (1966-1969).
CUMMINGS, ROBERT C.
Director, Printing Department (1963-1963).
CUNHA, TONY JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Professor and Chairman, Department of Animal Science,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (1948-7950)
CUNNINGHAM, HUGH W.,M.A.
Professor of ournalism and Communications (1955-1965).
CUNNINGHAM, MYRON ARTHUR, Ed.D. (Northwestern
University)
Professor of Education (1953-1958).
CUNNINGHAM,RICHARD WAYNE, M.D lUnr.ersity of Florrda)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1962-1966).
CUPPY, DIANA L., B. S. (Kansas State University)
ResearchAssistant in Medicne (1960-196%2
CURRAN, CHARLES, HOWARD, D.Sc., (Montreal University)
Professor (Entomologist), IFAS, Watermelon and Grape
Investigations Laboratory (1961-1961).
CURRAN, ROBERT LYNN, Ed.D. (Harvard University)
Professor of Education (1952-1969).
CURREY, WAYNE LEE. Ph D (Lniversty of Conneclicut)
Assistant Professorol Agronomy. If A S (1970.19 0)
CURRY, MARTIN LEE, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor in Humanities (1967-1967).
CURRY, R. CHARLES, JR., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Medicine (1969-1970).
CURTIS, CLAYTON C., Ph.D. (University of Indiana)
Associate Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Studies
(1958-1961).
CURTIS, LARRY MC CLARAN, M.S. (Auburn University)
Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering, IF A 5119 70-19 '0)
CUSUMANO, CHARLES L.,M.D. (Georgetown University)
Assistant Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
andClinical Investigator, VAH (1968-1968).
CUTLER, RONALD JOHN, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Engi,,h 1946- 79591
CUTLER, WILLIAM H.,Pn bD |Uniei s, I of Southern Callorniai
Assistant Professor of Communicar, e Disorder V A.' (1967-7967j








STAFF AND FACULTY


DAANE. BETH.M S
Assrisant Professor of t brary Science (199-19691
DACE. MELVIN C N D IWashinglon Unisersilv)
Chnical nstrucror in Medicine i7962- 968P
DAHMS. ALAN Mi Ph D IL'ninersil, of Northern Coloradoi
Assistant Prolessor of Comprehense logic and Education,
Adwser (7969-7969y
DAICOFF.GEORGE MD rUniersill of Indiana)
Professor in Surgers (1967-19"'0
DALLERBA. MARIAGRAZIA. M U P
isieing Research Associare Prolesor of Architecture (1969-1969).
DALRYMPLE. ROBERT ANTHONY M 5
Assistant in Engineering in Coastal and Oceanographic
Engineering 17968.1968
DALSHEIMER, BARBERA CORINNE. i PH
Instructor, P.K. Vonge Laborators School 11955-19601
DALTON GEORGE RONALD. Ph D (Lniversil of Michigani
Professor of Nuclear Eng.neering Science 1 7959-196%81.
DAL,.I AMESWILLI AM.MD LLosola Uniersi
Associate Prolfesor of Obsretric. and Cynecologv (1968-1968).
DAMEN, MARK, B.A.
Associate in Broadcasting and TV Program Director, Television
Station 1, L' T (1973-969i
DAMICO, ALFONSO J., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science (1969-1969).
DMICO SANDRA BOWMAN.M .
Interim Teacher P K tonge laboratory School (1969-1969).
DFAMRON BOBBY LEE. Ph D lL'niersil, of Florida)
AssisMant ProleBsso of Poultry Science and Assistant Nutritionist,
Agricultural f sperimen Sration 11966-19681
DANA. ALVINHERK .i E D
Admissions Ottce, (1966-19%66
DANBURG, RUSSELL LAVERNE, M.M.
Professor of Music i 1948- I%,i
DANEMAN E ADAMS. M D iL nieris of Cincnnatii
Clinical Associaie ,n Pcharr 11%3-796%3
DANIEL, M. RAYMOND, B.S.B.A.
Busine,, Marnaip, of uAthletics, Division of Intercollegiate
4Arhler,cs 11969-%969
DANOFF, JASCHA, M.D. (Toronto University)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (1970-1970).
DANTZMAN CH ARIES LEONARD Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Pote-:) ',.ssranr Sct, Chemist), IFAS, Range Cattle
lperoment Station 11959. I%l0
DARBY, JOHN F., Ph.D. (University of W;sromini
Profeioi (Plar.r Pirholog;,ri and Head ifAS, Central Florida
Eiper.ment Station 1 951.1966'
DASTA, ANTHONY JOSEPH, M.S.
Assistant Professor ofArrhirecfure 196b-. 196%'
DAUER, MANNING JULIAN, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Political Science and Chairman of Department;
Director of Social Sciences (1933-1950). "
DAURELLE, GEORGE P.., M.D. (Hahnemann University)
Clinical Aoc.are in Rad..-,fig, 11%5.196 5,
DAURER, ROSEMARY B., M.P.E.H.
Interim Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1966-1966).
DAVID, J.K., M.D.
Clinical Associate Professor (fHEP) in Pediatrics (1965-1968).
DAVIS, BILLY HAMPTON Ed D iLinmerilt, oi Flordal
Interim Instructor in Comp"rh,-n,,ee Lopgc 119'0-. 1979
DAVIS, CARLTON GEORGE, Ph.D i Michigan State L'n.ersity)
Assistant Professor (Assistant aer,,rulural Econmrist i. IFAS (1970-
1970).
DAVIS, CHARLES T., B.S.
Residence Administrator, Division of Hou,,n i 19'0- 19't0
DAVIS, CLARENCE EDWARD, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Statistics, Biostatistics unit (1969-1969).
DAVIS, DENZIL ROBERT, A.B.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meteorologist), IFAS, USWB, North
Florida Experiment Station (1963-1963).
DAVIS, EDWARD ARNOLD Ed D il'nisersity of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Iducisr,on i t951. I751).
DAVIS, GEORGE KELSO, Pn D iCornell University)
Director, Division of Sponsored Research, Professor of Animal
Science, and Animal Nutritionist (1942-1970).
DAVIS, GERALD ROGERS, B.S.


Assistant Professor (Assistant Meteorologist), IFAS. USWE.
Weather Forecasting Sersice 11960-19601
DAVIS. HOR4NCE CIBBS Ir M A
Professor of journalism and Communications (1954-196S)
DA'VIS, HUGH CHESTER. Ir Ph D ILnf ersrit ol tennesseei
Professor of Clinical Pischologv and Poscholngs 19b0. 79.701
DAVIS JAMES M M D lHariard Uniiersiiy)
Clinical Instrucror in Surgers i11969.1%9
DA%. IS. JOSEPH STE%. EN Ph D WLniser~,.I of io.ai
Assocarte Profeosor of Bolanr I 96b-19'0i
DAVIS. OSH D.M D tLnisersit, ol Alabama)
Clinical Assoc ae.n PNch,alr r19bJ-1%96J
DAVIS, R. HUNT Jr .Ph D IUni.ersil, of Wicons.ni
Assistant Prole.sor of Hitor I 1%96'. 19691
DAIS. RICHARDELOOD MS
Assistant Basketball Coach 96%6-.196i
DA'IS.ROBERTST4ANLEt.B Arch
Assistant Pro'eisoi oi Archirecture 958-.1958,
DAWSON, ROBERT CHARLES
Program Director, I. Wayne Reitz t non i 9%'. 196',.
DAWSON, WILLIAM W., Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Professor of Opthamology, Psychology, and Physiology (1965-
1969).
DEAKIN, MOTLEY FREMONT. Ph D UL'n.esilt, of California)
Associate Professor of Engih 1 t%2. %96"
DEAL, DON, M.P.E.
Assistant Football Coach (1970-1970)
DEAL, PAMELA C., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Radiology (1969-1970).
DEAL, THOMAS E., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident ,n Surger 119'0i
DEAL, WILLIAM BROWN, M.D. (ULni. er>il of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Medicine! 1964.1 "'0)
DEAN, CHARLES EDGAR, Ph.D. (North Carolina State University)
Professor (Argonomist), IFAS, North Florida Experiment Station
(1959-1969).
DE AN. ROBER I GEORGE, D.Sc. (Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Professor of Coastaland Oc eanr,-.e,arhic Eng;neering and
Chairman of Department; Protesrn, ci C. I nif neer n-r in I 9i6- 1961
DEAN, ROLLO HIRAM
Assistant Professor (Assisrni Ile.rer~ioler IFAS, USWB,
Weather Forecasting Service (19-2. i '- ,1
DEAN, STANLEi R .MD IL n.ersity of Michigan)
C l.n icalPro te , r.r ( 19 '0. 1 0 ,
DEASON, DOUGLAS LOUIS, Ph D iPurdiue L n,-ers.i i
Assistant Professor, (Assistait 4g1r,utruri. [ fg,neeri, Citrus
Experiment Station, IFAS (1969-1969).
DEBUSK, FRANKLIN, M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Associate Professor in Pediatrics (1966-1969).
DECKER, PHARES, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor (Plant Pathologist) Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (1942-1966).
DECOSTER, DAVID ARTHUR, M.A.
Assistant to the Director, Division of H' i.'. -q I i.'. Fl ri7).*
DEDRICK, CHARLES V.L., M.Ed.
Interim Instructor of Education (1969-1969)
DEEN, WILLIAM WELCH, Jr., M.S.
Assistant Professor (Assista.ii 4i*i',,uliwiral Engineer), IFAS,
Everglades Experiment Station ( Qi s. 1% "i
DEFORD,JAMESVi MN D i_ r,,.eis.i, o. fIor.da,
Chief Resident, I H H, iwa.t c',.
DEFUNIAK, HERBERT RIVERS, M.S.
Associate Librarian and Chairman of Circulation Department
(1966-1969).
DEGROOT IOHAN'ES PhD Cionlnien Lriisiers;,)
R'esiach PrF'ini-. o ais ,h-m.iiii., I iri I. 'i
DEHOFF, ROBERT THOMAS, Ph.D. (Carnegie Institute of
Technology)
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (1959-1970)
DEINZER, HARVEY T., J.D., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Accounting (1947-7949).
DEKLE, GEORGE WALLACE, B.S.A.
Instructor of Entomology (1966-1%6).
DELAND, FRANK H., M.D. (University of Louisville)
Professor of Radiology (1970-1970).









STAFF AND FACULTY


DELANEY, LILES R B S
Instructor aol medical Technologs. 4 1967-1967)
DELA TOREE CANCEL M D JUniversit of Havanaj
Assistant Professor in Medicine 1796%5-.1969)
DELATORRE. I I M D IUmnversiv at Hatanal
University Psschiarr,ir and Asiiaanr Professor of Pslchiatrv 17969-
1969).
DELL. GEORGE A .M D ISI Louis Un.versilv)
Clinical ssiiranr Prole,,or in Pediatrics 196%1-19691
DELL, YVONNE CODY, M.A.
Interim Instructor in English i11 7- 7%'i
DELONV. DEXTER L IM (Harvard Unnrersitly
Profet sor of Ilaw ( 1948.79511
DE LOS SANTOS, ANTHONY E., M S
Interim Instructor in Journalism and Communicarion (1970.-19 '01
DEMETER, CONSTANCE, M.S.
Instructor of Communicative Diorders (1 %9- 9691
DENMNIN. SIDNE'I B Ph.D. (Duke Unisersitvi
A~socare Prolesor of Psychia"v, and Socrolog 11966- 19661
DENMARK, HAROLD ANDERSON M S
As >ocarc Proie,,io of nt orrologv i 1966-l%b6)
DENNIS, CARROLL WAYNE, B.S
Major, U.S. Army, Assistant Prorle-,or of Nfiliars Science 11969-
1969).
DENNISON, RAYMOND ALEXANDER. Ph D LUnisersiFs 1 ol oA
Professor and Chairman, Department ol Food Science Inouirute or
Food and Agricultural Sciences ( 1 4-1.) 56)
DENNN ELEANORE DAVISON, M Ed
OII.Campu. Counselor, Divis on ol itourp 11969.19 69
DENSLOW, DAVID ALBERT, M.A
Assistant Professor of Econom.' 19'0- 9-19"'ri
DE PADUA, CONSTANTEB.,M.D IUniversitr ot hePhilippinesi
Assistant Professor ofAnesthesology 1 96 '. 19'0.i
DER-HOUSSIKIAN, HAIG, Ph.D. IUn,, rsi, of Texa 3
Associate ProfessorofForeign iLanguage.1, 196 "- 19'i01
DERRICK, CLARENCE, Ph.D. (Unit er siil ol C h.cagol
Professor of Humanities; Chairman. Departmerr ofat Humante,
(1953-1962).
DETURE, FRANCIS A., M.D. (Uni ersit; of Florida I
Intern in Surgery (1970).
DETWEILER,JOHN S., Ed.D. (Univere, of Floridal
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communcarton 11965-
1970).'
DEURLOO, DOUGLASA.,M.D. (Unimersiy ol FIoridal
Resident andTrainee in Radiologs i 196'. 7969
DEUTSCH, DONNA MARION, M P H
Assistant Professor of Physical Juca on 71966-19681
DEW, DONALD, Ph.D. (University, of lonal
Associate Professor of Speech ard -%c derrc Coordinator ou Com-
munication Sciences Laboratoryl %96 3-19 70
DEWITT, ROBERT M., Ph.D. (Uni\ e' F,i of Michigari I
Associate Professor of Zoology and Ar ing Chairman or the
Department (1954-1969).
DEWSBURY, DONALDALLEN, PhD Lini ersIs olfMichigan)
Associate Professor ofPsycholos 1 %66-19 70;
DEYRUP,CYNTHIA L.,Ph.D.(Boston Uiner,i4r i
Associate in Biochemistry (1970-19'"
DEYRUP. JAMES ALDEN, Ph.D. (Lninersi.t of Illinoisi
Associate Professor of Chemistr, 7%5.5 7969P
DHARMKRONG-AT,AYUT,M.D iLnitersil, ol Medical Sciences.
Thailand)
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics (19"0- 19'0)
DIAMOND, KATHELEEN KERVIN.M A
Interim Instructor of French (1969-1969i
DIAZ,CLAUDIOJOEL, M.D. (Un terw. ot Salamancad
V.A.H., Resident in Surgery (19"' 1
DIAZ, NILS JUAN, Ph.D. (Universil of Flor dal
Assistant Professorof Nuclear I nnet- ring Sc.ence, 1i 199.191'01
DICK, RONALD D., M.S.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy. I courre i 1i79'- 190 1i
DICKERSON,OTTI JOE, Ph.D. (Unis era's. of w, ,scon., n)
Interim Associate Nematologist prc rural E permenr Sration
(1968-1968).
DICKEY, DOUG, B.S. (University ot F lor ida i
Head Football Coach (1969-196%)
DICKEY, RALPH DAVIS, M.S.A.
Professor (Ornamental Horticultu,, rt If A 5 197?. 19551


DICKINSON. JOSHUA CLIFTON, Jr., Ph.D. (Universityof Florida)
Director and Curator of Ornithology. Florida Stale Museum: As-
sociate Professor Zoology(1946-7967)
DICKINSON, IOSHUA CLIFTON, III,Ph D. (University of Florida)
.Assistant Professor of Geography (1967-1967)
DICKSON, DONALDWARD, Ph D tNorih Carolina State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Nemalologist Pathologist) Institute
of food and Agricultural Sciences (1968-7968)
DIESTEL. IOSEPH. Ph D. (Catholic ULniersi:l I
Postdoctoral Fellow, Marhemaric i (1970-19?0).
DILLER.GEORGE T Ph D. (Slanford University)
Assistant Professor of french (7968-7968)
DINSMORE, JAMES I.. Ph D. (Universtt1 of Floridal
Interim Asirant Professor of Zoology (7969-1970)
DIRECTOR. STEPHEN WILLIAM. Ph.D. (University of California)
Asistanr Professor of Electrical Engineering (7968-7%969
DIXON. J C.. Ph D. lUniversity of North Carolinal
Profesor of Psvcholog) (1949-79561 *
DOBSON. DEAN M ,M D lBowman Gray University)
Resident in Surger 17970)
DODGE,WILLI AM H Ph D University of Mississippi)
Post Doctoral Associate 11970-19701
DOHERTY. HERBERT IOSEPH, Ph D IUniversity ol North Carolnal
Professor of Hislorn and Social Sciences and Chairman of Social
Sciences 11949.7964 *
DOLBIER.WILLIAMREAD. r.,Ph D (Cornell Unisersityj
Assistant Professor of Chemsrr) 796%6-196)
DOMINIAK.KENNETHE ,Ph.D (Polytechnic Instrruteof Brooklyn)
Lbsiting Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineer-
ing and Electrical Engineering. CENES YS-Cape Canaveral 1970-
19701
DONELIN,D NIEL. WILLIAM.MN L.A
Inisruclor of Archirecture I 7970)
DONI AN, FRANK FORBES, I., PhD IUnisersit) ol Florida)
4st .ant Prolei.or oa Phi sical Sciences and Asrronomy
(197'0-19.'0)
DONNENFELD.O W VLTERD D.S (NeA Y'fork University
Professor and Chairman. Division of Periodonrology. College of
Denfistrf (7969.19691
DONO, AN.CLEMENT HAROLD.Ph.D IUniversity of North Caro-
linal
Professor ofl Economic. and Chairman ofl Department or
Economic i 940-1952
DONO AN.I MARIE,B.A ID'NoutilleCollegei
Research 4A,-ranr in Bic.chemi>trs (1969-1%969
DORNER.IOYCE I .M N.
Interim Instructor College of Nursing (19'0-19"'0
DOT. FRANKLIN AHASUERUS Ph D (University of lowa|
Prolesor at Hstrorv and Social Science, arid Dean of L nisersir)
College ?946.1-966
DOTI.KEITHLONNIE.Ph D iUnisersirT ofCalifornial
4 irant Prole ior ol Elecrrcal Engineering 11968. 19686
DOUG'LD.DONALDE AN,M iS A E
4,ociate Prolessoror Arrhirecture i 1970-19701
DOUGHERTN.MiARSHALL HARDING B S
A,>stanr Profesor (' A,tsant Chemc al Engineer IF 4S, FCC.
Crrus f periment Srarionf 1953J-95J3)
DOUGHERT RICHARD HAINES. Ph D. (North Carolina State Uni-
.erstlyl
As4sranr Prole.or i Aisstanr Food Scenrr i. If AS 7969-7969,1
DOUGL AS.CARROLL REECE,Ph D (Unisersilyol Tennesseel
A4;stant fltension Poultrrman. Agricultural Erperimenr Station
andCooperar"e i viensirn Serntrre 799-19701
DOE DEREKB .Ph D London Uniers.Il I
Aisocare Profes~,o of Merallurecal and Marerals Engineering.
Associare Prote~or at [lerrrncal Engrneering 71967- 1967i
DO%\. I K4rM L,PhD Unn ersily of Missouri.
Assltant Ag.ricultural Ecoromir Agri-ultsural f perment
Staron. If 4 S ( 1%8-.1968
DOWDEN W ILLI M L .M D (Universi4, of Kenluckvi
Iniern in Medicine (19'0.-19'0
DOWNS IOHNB i D iL'nners ri otFloridal
Res,dpntrn Anerheiologs 119'O-1.9'i01
DR GSTEDT.LESTER R Ph D (Un.ersirs of Chicago),MI D iRushl
Research Prole sor n Surgers and Prolessor n Ph1 iolog) |17959-
19691
DRAKE DID LL1N.Ph D |SsracuseUniersitfi








STAFF AND FACULTY


Assistant Professor of Mathematics 1968-1968)
DRESDNER, RICHARD DAVID. Ph.D. IPennsltIania StaleUni-
versityl
Professor of Chemrstry(f95J-1966)
DRYLIEDAVIDM.M D (BowmanGra' Unisersi!ly
Associate Professor in Surgery (96%- 7%91.
DUBOSE. ARLEY THOMPSON, III.M S.
Assistant in Engineering in Environmental Engineering (1970-
1970)
DUCHARMf. ERNEST PETER. PhD Universatv ol MiUnesotal
Prolessor(Planl Pathologist). If 45. C-rrui Eiper,men Starion
(1946-19561
DUDECK.A E. Ph D tPennsylvania State Uni ersit)
Assistant Professor (Assisrani Ornamental Horliculturist) Plant
FieldLaborator. IFAS (970-79'O0
DUFTY. JAMES WELLONS. PhD ILehigh Lni.ersityl
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Assistant Proles-
sorofPhysics (1970-7970).
DUGAN, ROBERT JOHN, MSEE
Assisran in Chemistry 1%969-1970).
DUGGAN, DENNIS E Ph D. (Oregon State ULni ersil I
Associate Professor. Microbiolog College of Ars and Science,
Associate Bacteriologir IF AS 11%'- 196'7
DUNAVANT,BILL' G .Ph D IPuFdueUnisersily
Director of Nuclear Sc ences Division. Professor of Nuclear
Sciences and Environmenral Engineering. AssocialeProfeisorof
Radiology (1960-1966).
DUNAVIN.LEONARDSYPRET.Ir .Ph D LUniersrtyof Florida)
Associate Professor AI ssociate Agronomitl If AS West Florida
Experiment Sration( 1959-196%71
DUNCAN CLARENCEWALLACE.Ph D lUniersis oliFlor.dal
Interim Assisranr Professor of Education (19"'0.97010
DUNCAN, RAYMOND L., M.D. (University of Minnesota)
Intern in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
DUNKLE JOHN ROBERT.PhD (Clark Uniersir i
Professor of Physical Sciences and Geography. Ass-,ranrDean
Universir College 11949-196%51
DUNN.JIMM, B.5 (Unnierstr ot Florida)
Assisrantr Football Coach 11969-1%919
DUNN. M LCOLM I .Optician
Assistant in Opthalmologv 1196%4-19"70l
DUNNAM.FRANCISEUGENE PhD (Lours.ana Slale Universil) I
AssociareProfessor oPhysirc 958-796'"
DURGIN,WILLIAMW.,Ph D (BronULiniersll I
Aisi rant Por'es o' ol ng.neerngn Sienc e and Mdfechar,n c'
:19"0-19701
DURLING,ALLEN EDGAR,PhD iSracue un,,ersiT)
Professorof Electrical Engineering 1%96-19'701
DURRANCE, CHARLES LIVINGSTON, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1940-1960).
DURRANCE, KENNETH LEROY, M.Ag.
Associate Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1954-1966).
DUSHOFF, IRAM .M D (Uniersity ofPenns..isaniad
ClinicalAssistani Profeisor ,n Surgerx IHEP- 96%9-7%969
DUTOIT.BRI AN MURRAY.Ph D IUn,,ersit of Oregon i
Associate Professor of Anrhropology r966-1969)
DWYER, RICHARD ANTHONY, Ph.D. (University of California at Los
Angeles)
Associate Professor of English (1966-1966).
DYKES, ELMA ETHEL, M.A.
Assistant Professorin Nursing (1%962. %66
EADES, JAMES LYNWOOD, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Ceologv 19.70- 79'0
EASIE.CAROLINEW M S IUniersir otFlor.dai
Research Assocate in MIedcrrne (1962.1969
EASLEY, JOHN FOREST, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Animal Science (Assistant Animal
iNurr,t,onii) lFAS 1962. 1962
EASTVOOD, RALPH A.LLEN.Ph D 1Cornell Ln, ersir I
fconomist. MfarkeFng Agrcultural Eiien~ion Ser ci' I 1195'-1957}.
EATON.ELIZABETHS.M A.
Associate t ibraran. Health Center I ibrar 1962..19' 7'1
EBBECK.FRED NICHOL AS PhD iMichigan State L'r,,ert,i, I
Ass'irani Prolessoo of Educaion'19"0o.19 OI
EBCIOGLU.IBRAHIM K .Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics (1961-1966).


ECHEVARRIA.RENE.M D (Unisersityol Havana)
Associate Professor of Pathology (%960-19,01
ECKDAHL..ICKPOLK.M Ed
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 17951-7955)
EDDLEMAN. BOBBY ROSS. PhD I North Carolina Stale University)
Associate Professor Assistanr Agricultural Economistl. IF AS
(1966-19691
EDDS,CEORGE TSON D M Texas A&M University), Ph.D.
(University of Minnesota)
Professor and Chairman. Department of I. eterinarv Sc;ence.
Institute of Foodand Agric cultural Sc.ences 1962-196211
EDDV. ELIZABETHM PhD IColumbia Univeri,1, I
Associate Professor of Sociology and Director Urban Studies
Bureau 196'-1%9671
EDEN.WILLIAMGIBBS PhD (Unsersit or llinoisi
Professor and Chairman Departmenr of Enromolog). Institute
of Foodand Agricultural Sciences I 96%5-1%951
EDMISTON, CL' DE K,. Ph D I loa State Unis.ersitl I
I isring Associate Professor of Ph) s,c (7970-7970)
EDSON,CHARLES GRANT,M.S.E.
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1946-1951).
EDWARDS,GEORGE JOHN, B.A.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Biochemist), IFAS, Citrus
Experiment Station (1953-1970).
EDWARDS, Richard Archer, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Professor ofCeologv 17940-1966
EDWARDS,THOMAS .M D iTulane Ltniersitl I
ClinicalAssociate in Ophrhalmologv 1%2.-1%961
EDWARDSON,JOHN RICHARD,Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS(1953-1966).
ED" ARDSON MICKIE N .PhD IMichigan Stale L'nieriii
Associare Proiessor ot ournaltm and Communcarons IV'
P.oducer-Dreckor and Drecror Radio Cenier i 195b- 1966i
EGGERT, CHESTER LEE, Ed.D. (Universityof Indiana)
Professor of Education (1948-1954).
EIBNER, JOHN R., B.S.
Director Public Relations, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics
(1950-1966).
EISENBERG MARTIN ALL AN.D Eng itale Un..ersitV
Associate Profesior of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1966-1968).
EITZMAN, DONALD V., M.D. (University of Iowa)
Professor in Pediatrics (1958-1969).
ELEFTHERY, DEAN G., M.D.
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (1968-1968).
ELFENBEIN, WILLIAM MARTIN,M.Ed.
Counselor-Teache,. Dn ,ion of Houing 11969-I%961
ELGERD, OLLE I NGEMAR, D.Sc. (Washington University at St.
Louis, Missouri)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1956-1962).'
ELIOT, ROBERT S., M.D. (University of Colorado)
Professor of Medicine (1967-1969).
ELKINS.VIRGIL LYNN,M.S.A.
Area Program Specialist Agricultural Extension Service,
Tallahassee (1949-1961).
ELLENSON. EUGENE, B.A.
Executive Assistant to the Athletic Director (1960-1969).
ELLETT, JOHN S., II, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor ofArcountnrg i 'I % 9').
ELLICKSON ILD' L .M S
Counselor. Teacher, Di.sor, nf Housing, (1970-1970).
ELLIOTT, HERSCHEL HUGH, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Associate Professor of Philosophy (1955-1%4).
ELLIOTT, LARRY P., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Professor in Radiology (1%967-1967).
ELLIOTT,PAUL RUSSELL PhD iL ni,eir., of Michgani
Assistant Dean for Pre.-Protei onal Eiducar.on in he Colleges of
Arts and Sciences, Dentistry, and Medicine and Associate Professor
ofZoology(1963-1969).
ELLIS BETT' RRUTH Ed D IVayne Siale L'n.ersity)
A.s, ranl Piolessr -.r lducalion 1%5. 19F38,) *
ELLIS,GEORGE LELAND, Ph.D (University of Florida)
Interim Research Associate, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1968-1968).
ELLIS, WILLIAM HOBART, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering (1962-1966).









STAFF AND FACULTY


ELLISON, ARTHUR C.
Research assistant in Pharmacology and Therapeurics (96- 967)
ELLISON, EMILY D., B.S.
Research Associate in Ophthalmology %1962-19621
ELMORE, WILLIAM EARL, B.S.,C.P.A
Vice President for Administrative Allraus 1950-1967).
ELMSTROM.GARR WILLIAM.Ph D IUniversity of Californial
Assislanr Professor Assstanr Horracullrursr). lEAS. I, arermelon
andGrape Inest,garion, taboratnry 1%969-79691
ELVESTROM.MICHAELDALE.M.F A
Lis.inng Instructor olArr f 19701
EMERSON, ANN P., M.S.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Nutrition (1969-1969).
EMERSON IAMESD,M D (Washington LniversilyatSt.Louis)
Chief Resident ,n Surger (1968- 7970,
EMERSON, RICHARD P., M.D. (Harvard University)
ClinicalA,5oc.are in Psvch.arrv (7965-7%5)
EMMEL, LEONARD G M D I Unnversit ol Pennsylvania)
Clinical Inslructor in Medrne ( 1959-19591.
EMMEL, THOMAS C., Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Zoology
(1968.19681.
ENGELHARD, ARTHUR W., Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Associate Professor (Associate Plant Pathologist), IFAS, Gulf
Coast Experiment Station (1966-1966).
ENGLAND, WILLIAM TILFORD, Ph.D. (University of Virginia)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968).
ENGLEHART, RICHARD WILSON, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State
University)
Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences (1968-1968).
ENNEKING, WILLIAM F.,M.D. (University Wisconsin)
Professor of Surgery and Pathology and Chief of Division of
Orthopedics (1959-1962).
ENO, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor (Soil Microbiologist and Chairman of Department).
IFAS, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1950-1965).
ENTNER, MARVIN LEE, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of History (1961 -1968).
ENWALL, HAYFORD OCTAVIUS, J.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Law (1956-1 956).
EOFF, KAY MARVIN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy
(1962-1968).
EOFF, SARA P., B.A.
Assistant in Research in Biochemistry (1966-1966).
EPPES, BILL GORTON, M.Arch.
Associate Professor of Building Construction (1968-1968).
EPTING, FRANZ R., PH.D. (Ohio State University)
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1967-1967).
EPTI NG, LYNDA HYDE, M.A.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1969-1969).
ERWIN, JOHN R., M.D. (University of Illinois)
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (1965-1965).
ESCOBAR, NELSON, M.D. (University of Salamanca)
Resident in Neurosurgery (1970).
ESSER, ROBERT PAUL, B.S.A.
Instructor of Entomology (1966-1966).
ESTES, MARION, M.D.
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. (1968-1968).
ESTNER, CAROLYN )., M.A.
Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy (1966-1970).'
EVANS, HENRY C., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Resident in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
EVERETT, GORDON DALE, B.Des.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1958-1965).
EVERETT, PAUL HARRISON, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor (Soils Chemist), IFAS, South Florida Field Laboratory
(1958-1968).
FABRIC, ARTHUR L.,M.S.W.
Assistant Professor of Social Work in Psychiatry (1959-1967).
FAHIEN, RAYMOND W., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1964-1964).
FAIN, JOHN TYREE, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Professor of English (1947-1951).
FAIRBANKS, CHARLES H., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Anthropology (1963-1963).


FAIRCHILD, ALEXANDERGRAHAM BELL.PhD. (Harvard
University]
Professor of Entomologv, Gorgas Mfemorial tab, Canal Zone
(196%8-1968)
F A1RING. ROBERT LEW IS. Ph.D IUniverslt of Pillsburghl
Associate Dean and Associate Professor, Division of Continuing
Education (1947-1970).
F AITH. MARK E .M.D (University of Chicago)
Resident in Surgery (196-1970)
FAITH, ROBERT EARL, JR ,DV M. ITexas A&M University)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Comparatine Medicine (1968-1968)
FAL LGATER. MICHAEL BYERS. Ph D (Northwestern University)
Interim Assistant Prolessorol Chemistry 1969-7%969
FANNIN,WILLIAM R.,JR ,M D (ULnisersity o Florida)
Resident in Psychiatry (1970-19701
FARBER, ERICH ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (Universty of Iowa)
Professorof Mechanical Engineering (1954-1954)
FARICV, JOHN HARTNE TT, Ph.D IUniversity of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor of Marketing(1966-1966)
FARLER, CARL, B.S.
Interim Assistant in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural
Extension Service (1966-1966).
FARRIOR, RICHARD T., M.D. (Duke University)
Clinical Professor in Surgery (1969-1969).
FARRIS, GLENN ALOYSIUS, M.A.T.
Assistant Dean for Student Development (1962-1969).
FARRIS, PATRICIA B.,B.A. (University of Alabama)
Assistant in Psychiatry(1969-1969).
FAULKNER, EDWARD EARL, B.B.C.
Instructor of Building Construction (1970).
FAULKNER, NORMAN A., j.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Law (1969-1969).
FEARN, RICHARD LEE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering (1965-1965)
FEARN, ROBIN ARNOLD CRAIG, M.S.
Assistant Director of Libraries (1969-1969).
FEARNEY, EDWARD MAURICE, B.Arch.
Associate Professor of Architecture (1946-1958).'
FEASTER, JOHN PIPKIN, Ph.D. (University of North Carolinaj
Professor of Animal Science and Biochemist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1951-1968).
FEELEY, CAROLYN P., M.L.S.
Assistant Librarian in charge of Chemistry Library (1968-1968)
FEINBERG, ROBERT M., B.S.B.A.
Associate University Examiner (1962-1966).
FEINGLASS, EDWARD JOEL, M.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
FEINSTEIN, STEPHEN M.A.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Speech (1970-1970).
FELDHERR, CARL M., Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Professor of Anatomical Sciences (1967-1967).
FELDMAN, ALBERT WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of Minnesotal
Professor (Plant Pathologist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment
Station (1958-1958).'
FELLERS, JOHN D., M.S.
Assistant Director, Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics;
Assistant Professorof Health and Hospital Administration
(1958-1966).
FELLERS, PAUL JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Food Technologist),
IFAS, FCC, Citrus Experiment Station (1965-1965).
FELMAN,ALVIN H., M.D. (University of Cincinnati)
Assistant Professor in Pediatric Radiology '1969-1969).
FELTMAN, GORDON, M.S.E.
Major, U.S. Air Force, Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies
(1970-1970).
FENN, HENRY ANDERSON, LL.B. (Yale University)
Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus, College of Law (1948-7959)
FERGUSON, EMMET F., JR., M.D. (Medical College of Georgia;
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (1969-1969),
FERGUSON, RAYMOND CARL, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Education (1962-1962).
FERGUSON, SARAH CAROLINE, M.S. in L.S.
Instructor-Librarian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1951-1962).*
FERGUSON, WILLIA M., M.A.









STAFF AND FACULTY


Interim Instructor, Phdosophly (7%969-969
FERRELL.ROGER ERNEST.JR .M D IUniersirly of Floridal
Resident n Obstetrcs and Gnecologv (79,70- 79t~'
FERRER, IORGE, M D (College of Medicine ol Uruguay I
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics 1 970-79'01
FIELDBINDER,WILLIAMCLIFFORD,B.B.A.,C.P.A.
Director of Internal Control (1969-1969).
FILLMER.HENR T.. Ph D (LUnversily of Ohio)
Associate Professor ot Educarion (96'-. 1%96).
FINE.STUART L .M D IUnisersitl of Marlandl
Residenr ,n Ophthalmologs 17969 19te9
FINGER. KENNETH FRANKLIN Ph D IUnisersitq ol %%sconsini
Professor and Dean Cofllee eo Pharmac v (968.7 9681
FINLAYSON, BIRDWELL, M.D. (University of Chicago)
Associate Protessor in Surgers 196'- 9701
FINLA SON. GORDONC .MD iUnivers.rl of Fioridai
Resident in Medicine (19'0- 19'0,
FINLEY, MARTHA CLAUDETTE, M.S.
Assistant Professorof Physical Therapy (1969-1969).
FIORINO, JOHNANGELO,Pi D (lowa Slaie Lniseis. s
Interim Assistant Professor nof Cem,,i rs 1 969-19691
FISCHLSCHWEIGER, WERNER, Ph.D. (Graz)
Associate Professor, Division of Oral Pathology, College of
Dentsiry 11969- 9691
FISHER. BRADLE .E D D (Unrnersir, of Florida)
Assistant Prolessor ol Comprehensi c l ogic Adviser (1969-1970).
FISHER, FRANCINE E., M.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IFAS, Citrus
Experiment Srationi 1946.19461
FISHER.NORMAPAIGE.M A inEd
Assistant Professor of Ph s.cal Therapy (1964-1968).
FISHER.WALDOR .M D IlUniersrn of Pennsylvania)
.Assiistanr Proleor oi Afedc.ne (1%9o5.1%5.i
FISKELL.IOHNGARTH AUSTIN P H.D. (McGill)
Professor of Sols andBricKhem,t Agricultural Experiment
Srarionsi 9517-9617
FITZGERALD LAWVRENCET.MS iUnisersir of Floridal
Research .Associain Radolr'og. 7964-19691
FLAGG, RICHARD SINCLAIR, M.E.E.
Assoc arein Astronom i1196b -19'fp
FLAM, JOHN DONALD, Ph.D. (New York University)
Associate Professor of Art (1966-1969).*
FLANNERY, MERLE FLIZABETH, Ed.D. (Pennsylvania State
University)
Assistant Professor of Education (1966-1966).
FLEMING ARTHURR R M D iTemple University)
Resident, trainee, and Assistant in Psychiatry (1969-1969).
FLEMION,PHILIPFREDERICK, M.A.
Assistant Director, Center for Latin American Studies (1962-1962).
FLESHER, CAROL K.,Ph D iLinuiers.r, of Flor.dal
Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling Center,
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1965-1965).
FLOWER, BRUCE W., J.D.
Interim Instructor in Journalism and Communications
19'0- 19701
FLOWERS, JOHN WILSON, Ph.D. (University of Virginia)
Professor of Ph, si 11947.91953 I.
FLUCK, RICHARDCONRAD, Ph D iNo rh Carolina State University)
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Engineer) IFAS,
(1965-1969).
FLUKER.SAM SPRUILL Ph D Il.ninersil, ofHaiail
As.irant Professor I A4,,anr Eromoin~gi I Bg Bend
Horticulture Laboratory, IFAS (1969-1969).
FONTANA.IOHNIR MD iCeorgeiownLr eriri
Resident in Obsierc r and C,,nec.log. i 119#8. Moll'
FORBES, INA CLAIRE, M.M.
Assistant Professorof kMu ,,c i 1.- 19 '0
FORBES.RICHARD B PhD iPennsian.aial L'nisersiin
Associate Profeisor i ocAica SoeI-, Chemr,,,i iI S45 Central
Florida Efperiment ;tation (' -l8-196'i
FORD,DUANE,M.A.
Instructor of Speech (1970-1970).
FORD, ERNESTSIDNEY, Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Botany (1947-1949).
FORD, HARRYW., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)


Professor Horricultur if 4S. Citrus Experiment Station
(1950-1962).*
FOREMAN.RONIDC .JR .PhD rLn-,ersirl of IlInoil
Aisocriae Prolessoroli nglsh Direcrfool Afro. American
Srudies Program 119'0. 19'0J
FORGNONE CHARLES Ed D (Peabods Lin.ersili
Associate Proflesor ni Edura,lr.n (19'0- lQ'O0
FORIZS.LORANT M D IFerenciio sel. Hungary)
Clinical 4Asociate nPiPch,ar, 11965-79651
FORRESTER DONALD IASON Ph D IUnn.ersils of California)
.4ssistanr Professor I Amsifanf Paras.r logior linsraiureofFood
and Ag4iculuratl Scenre, 17%9- 79691
FORSMAN MPRIONEDlIN PhD 00Ioa Sale Uniersnii
Profe,,or ol Eleftrdal Engonpring Dureior ol Engineerng
fsrernalProgra.rrI955.-1968
FOSCLiE HENRY A MD Duhe Unisers;lt)
Resident ,n ledi"r mni 1969. 1%91
FOSTER, ROBERT STILL, M.Ed.
AsocrareProte:j por fus I 7Q4.i 79'"n
FOSTER, ROBERT ROY, J.D.
Interim Instructor (1970-1970).
FOUSE, SARAH BAIRD, M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1968-1970).
FOUST, CHARLES WILMOTT, B.S.
Assistant in Chemical Education (1970-1970).
FOWLER, HARMON ROAN Ed D IL r.nirsaF oi Flordal
InterimAssistant Prjft-,,'- Of It -u.-adion i IlQ-0. 'I7'1i
FOX, DALLAS ROBERT, M.S.A.
Int. Assistant in Agricultural Economics I AS 119'0-19.701
FOX IACKSONLEl4AND Ph D IL'ni.rsili ot M.nnesotai
A,,"sranr Prnihfa- t oI Ens,r.inmendI i En,,r,err,n r i 19 *. '68i.
FOX,LAURETTAEWING, Ph D (Un.,ersiis oi llinois,
Associate Professor of Pharmacology (1949-1955).
FOX, WILLIAM MCNAIR, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor of Industrial Relations and Management (1954-1963).*
FRANKE, DONALDEDWARD,Ph D iTe.a,i &ML n..ers.,l
Assistant Professor of Animal Science (Assistant Animal
Geneticist), IFAS (1968-1969).
FRAKES,JOYCE M., Ph.D. ar, t r.ni L,, r...r,rs,
Interim Assistant Profess..'", ii,, C-rT,.,n 7r. -. t970).
FRANCIS, VIRGINIA GLADYS, M.A. in L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1964-1964).
FRASER DONA LD ..1 D IHa dhnimarn nMdcal College)
Chinir idl A > "r it Pf li-,,-, ,ii Pie-liadr. l I '98 7Q)jl.I
FRASER, L. KEITH, M.D. (Johns Hopkins)
Resident in Ophthalmology (1970-1970).
FRAZER, PERCY WARNER, M.F.
Associate Professor of Forest Management andAssociate
Forester, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1936-1949).'
FRAZER,WILLIAM JOHNSON, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Economics (1957-1968).*
FRAZER,WINIFREDLOESCH, Ph D iL-n.er,'*,i oI FloridaP
Associate Professor of English (1955-1964).
FREDERICKS, CARL, M.B.A.
Interim Instructor of Finance (7 1%8. 3 1.
FREDLEY, MARILYN E., B.A.
Assistant in Psychiatry (1969-1969).
FREELAND, JAMES JACKSON, J.D.
Professor of Law (1957-1963).*
FREELS, JOHN WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of California at
Riverside)
Assistant Professor of Political Science (1968-1968).
FREELS, MARY KAY, M.Ed.
Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1970-1970).
FREEMAN,CHARLES ENSOR, M.S.
Assistant in Agronomy, Agricultural Extension Service
(1967-1967).
FREEMAN, ELEANOR F. L., R.N.
Instructor, Manager ofOperating Room (1966-1966).
FREEMAN, SALLIE B., Ph.D.
Instructor, Nueroscience
FREEMAN, GEORGE ROLAND, M.S.A.
Assistant Director, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1950-1967).
FREEMAN, JAMESV., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
.n'riirucr'r in Su'?irr, i 9"Ic










STAFF AND FACULTY


FREEMAN, JOHN R., Ph D. (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Director of Health Systems Research Division; Associate
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and of Health and
HospiralAdministraion (1966-1968)
FREEMAN, THOMAS EDWARD,Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)
Professor (Plant Pathologist) Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (1956-1968)
FREEMAN, WATSON LOUIS,M.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (7953-1967)
FREGLY. MELVIN J., Ph.D. IUniversity of Rochester)
Professor of Physiology and Assistant Dean for Graduate
Education in the Medical Sciences (1956-7968).
FRENCH, RICHARD E.,Ph.D. (University of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1%967-1967) *
FRENCH,WILLIAM IOHN,Ph.D. (New York State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist). IAS, Big Bend
Horticultural Laboratory (1967-1%67)
FREUND. GERHARD, M.D. (I. W. Goethe University, Germany)
Associate Professor of Medicine (1%963-1970)
FRIAS.IJMME.M D
Assistant Professor
FRIED, MELVIN, Ph D. (Yale University)
Professor of Biochemistr) (1956-1%7).
FRIST. JOHN C.. M.D. (Washington Unversityat St. Louis)
Resident in Surgery (196%7-1970)
FRISTOE.CHARLESWESLEY, Ph D. (University of Illinoisl
Associate Professor of Economics (1950-1955)
FRITZ, GEORGE I., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Associate Professor of Botanv and Associate Plant Physiologist,
Agricultural fperiment Stations 17960-96%4).
FROSSARD, ROBERT T Ph.D. (Michigan Unimersity)
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1968)
FRY, JACK LEROY, PhD (Purdue Universityl
Professor of Poultry Science and Poultry Products Technolgisr
Agricultural fxperimenr Station (1964-1970).
FRY. RICHARD M., M.D. (Temple University
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (1960-196%7)
FUELBERTH. JOHN DOUGLAS. Ph D. (Uniersity of Nebraska:
Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathemaric s 1970-1970)
FULLER. DAVID DOWD, M Ed
Baseball Coach and Asssrant Football Coach ( 1946-19461
FULLER, EARLW JR..M.D IMedical College of, irginia
Resident in Medicine 96%8-%969
FULLER, THOMAS I., M.D. (Northwestern Uniersit) I
Resident in Medicine (7%9-1970)
FUNK, ARTHUR L 4YTON. Ph D IUniversiry of Chicago)
Professor of Humanities and History (1946-196%2)
FUNKHOUSER, JACK SHERRICK, M.M.
Director. Teaching Resources Center and 4Asssrant Professor oi
Humanities 196%1.%965
FURLONG, ROBERT E.. LL.M (tale Uniersit)
Professor of law (1966-1966
FURLOW, LEONARD T.. JR.. M.D. (Washington University at St.
Louis. Missouri)
Assistant Professor in Surgery (1%5-196%7
FURLOW.LEONARDT.,SR ,M D lEmory Universit) I
Clinical Professor ,n Surgery (1969-196%9)
FURMAN THOMASdeSALJSSURE M S.C E.
Professor of Envronmental Engineering and Professor of
Civil Engineering(1951-19641
FURR.CHARLESGILMORE.LL B. iWake Forest Uni ers.ty
Director of Development 196%9- 7%969
GABBAN EDMOND) Ph D (Columbia LUniersity
Associate Professor ofChemisr (7%969-19691
GADSDEN,THOMAS,M Ed
Teacher, P K Yonge Laborafor- School (1967-190)
GAFFNEY.IEROME JOSEPH.M MS
Research Instructor, L'SDA. Agricultural Engineering.
Agricultural Experiment Station. IF AS796%6-19661
GAGLIANO.THEODORE E ,M D (Columbia University p
Assistant Professor (%965-196%5)
GAHAN.IAMESB M S
Professor of Entomology and Administratie Officer L'SDA
fntomology Research Laboratory 1963-7963
GAIHA, PR ABHA, Ph D Norithwestern Universits I
Post Doctoral Associate in Industrial and Systems Engineering


(1970-1970).
GAINES,CAROLYN JANE, M.S.
Associate Librarian, Catalogl7965-1970).
GAITANI5. LOUIS ANDREW, M.A.,J.D. (Universityof Florida)
Associate Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Studies
(1946-1951)
GAITHER. ROBERT BARKER, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of
Department (1962-1966).
GALLAHER,WILLIAM RHEA, R., M.A.
Interim Graduate Teaching Assistant in Speech (1970-1970).
GALLARDO. ANNIE S., M.D. (University of Philippines)
Resident in Pathology (1967-1967)
GALLUP, GORDON A.. Ph.D. (University of Kansas)
Visiting Research Professor of Chemistry (1967-1967)
GAMBLE, JOHN FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Interim A associate Professor of Environmental Engineering
(1968-1968)
GAMMON, NATHAN, JR., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor (Soil Chemist), IF AS. Agricultural Experiment
Stations(1946-1946)
GANNON, MICHAEL VALENTINE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Religion and History (196%7-196%9)
GANO, OVID RAYMOND, B.E.E.
Head, Bioelectronic and Instrument Shop and Assistant Professor
of Radiology(1944-1970) *
GARABEDIAN,GARABED A., Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Visiting Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
(1970-1970)
GARBER, MALCOLM. Ph.D. (University of Southern California)
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1968).
GARCI A-BENGOCHEA, FRANCISCO. M.D. (University of Habana
and Tulane University)
Professor of Surgery (7%2-797'0.
GARDNER,CHARLES HUGH, Ed D (University Indiana),
Assistant Professor of Educarion (967-%967)
GARG. LAL C, Ph.D. (University of Floridal
Research Associate in Pharmacology and Therapeutics
(1969-1969)
GARLINGTON, AMESC,M D IYale University
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery(1965-1%6)
GARNSE' ,STEPHEN MICHAEL, Ph.D iUnivers.ty of California)
Associate Professor (Assocate Plant Pathologist), USDA, IFAS
(1%969-1969)
GARRARD. LEON A Ph.D. (University ot Florida)
Interim Research Associate, Agricultural Experiment Stations
(1%963-1963)
GARRETT, EDWARD ROBERT, Ph D. (Michigan State Universityl
Graduate Research Professor of Pharmacy (196%1-1961)
GARRETT,RICHARD EDWARD,Ph D. (University of Virginia)
Professor of Physics (1%963-1970)
GARRETT. ROBERT, B.S E E. (Pratt Institute)
Assistant in Psychiatry (96%?-1%8)
GARRISON. DONALD,M.D (University of North Carolina)
Resident in Pediatrics (1970-1970)
GARSIDE,W.BLAKE,M.D. ISt Louis Universityl
Administratie Chief Resident in Surgery (1967-1970)
GARVIN,JEWELH ,B.5 mL.S.B.A.
Assistant Librarian, Health Center Library (1960-1964).
GASCHE. ROBERTTHURSTON,M.Ed
Teacher. P K Yonge Laboratory School (1968-1968)
GASCHO,GARY JOHN, Ph D (Michigan State Universitry)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant NutritionistI. IFAS,
Everglades Experiment Station (1968-1970)
GASSET, ANTONIO. M D. (Boston University I
Resident in Ophthalmology (196%7-1967
GATER, ROGER ALLEN, Ph D (Purdue University I
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 1' 968-19681
GAY-CROSIER. RAYMOND, Docteur-es-Lettres (Berne University)
Associate Professor of French (196%7-196%7)
GEBHARDT, BRYAN, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Pathology(1969-1969)
GEHAN.FREDERICKEDWARD.M A E
Associate Professor of English (1946-19551
GEIGER.WILLIAM H.,M D
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (7968-1968)









STAFF AND FACULTY


GEITHMAN, DAVID T .Ph D (University ol Florida)
Assistant Professor of Economics 1967-19671.
GENUNG. WILLIAM GORDON. M S
Professorifniomologisr), IF AS., E erglades EIperiment Station
(1949-1970).
GEOGHEGAN PATRICK MARTIN Ph D IUn,%ersilyof Illinois)
Assistant Professor of English 1967-79681
GEORG.JAMESGONDER,B S
Assistant Professor (Assistant Mereorologisti and Head IfAS,
Weather Forecasting Serirce. CS`I 8 (1952.'-1970)
GEORGE, THEODORE SAMUEL, Ph D (Duke University)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1938-79561
GERALDSON,CARROLLMORTON,Ph D IUniersry of Wvsconsin
Professor(Sods Chemisr I. If 5, GulfCoaslr Eperinmenr Station
11951.1969)
GERARD, DIANA KATHLEEN, M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Italian (1969-1969).
GER RDO. ALE\ANDER.M S
AsistaniProlesor oftaihpmar,c. Adviser (1968-1968).
GERBER.JOHNFRANCIS, Ph D IUn.versityof Missouri)
Professor (Climatolog.t) FAS, (196%0-1969).
GERVAIS, ROBERT H., M.D. (State University of New York)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Alachua County Health De-
parrmen t 19.'0-19'01.
GESSNER.IRAH .M D iUnmersrit of Vermonti
Professor of Pediatrics (7960-19'
GETZEN, SAMUEL PACE
Manager, Campus Shop and Bookstore (1960-1960).
GIBBS, KENNETH CHARLES, Ph.D. (Oregon State University)
Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics and Assistant
Professor of Environmental Engineering, IFAS and Engineering
(1969-1969).
GIBLIN, MARGARET KELLY, M.S.
Interim Instructor of Education (1969-1969).
GIBSON,ROBERTL,M.D. (Medical College of Virginia)
Instructor in Anesthesiology (1968-1970).
GIBSON,WILLIAM J.,M.D.
ClinicalAssociate in Optnalmology(1968-1968).
GIBLIN, MARGARET KELLY, M.S.
Interim Instructor of Education (1969-1969).
GIESEL, JAMES T., Ph.D. (University ofOregon)
Assistant Professor of Zoology (1970-1970).
GIFFORD,GEORGE EDWIN, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology (1957-1968).
GILBERT, CARTER ROWELL, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Curator of Ichthyology, Florida State Museum; Assistant
ProfessorofZoology (1961-1963).
GILBERT, IRWIN H., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professorof Entomology andAssistant Director, USDA,
Entomology Research Laboratory (1963-1963).
GILBRAITH, KENNETH MARSHBURN, M.SA.
Vegetable Marketing Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1957-1959).
GILKISON, BETTY GAY, M.S.
Interim Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
and Recreation (1969-1969).
GILLETTE, JAY MICHAEL, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Speech (1968-1968).
GILLILAND, CHARLES H., M.A.
Interim Instructor in English (1969-1969).
GILLILAND, JOHN WESLEY, Ed.D. (New York University)
Visiting Professor of Education (1970-1970).
GILLS, JAMES PITZER, jr., M.D.
Clinical Associate in Opthalmology (1968-1968).
GILMAN.STE E H M D IUninersity of Florida
Clinical Instructor oi Surg..rv 11966-1969
GINSBERG, STEPHEN P., M.D. (University of California)
Clinical Fellow in Ophthalmology (1970-1970).
GIPSON, AMOS C., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Clinical Instructor of Medicine (1968-1969).
GLASSMAN, ARMAND B., M.D. (Georgetown University)
Assistant Professorof Pathology (V.A.) (1969-1969).
GLEASON, LARRY N., Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Research Associate in Pharmacology and Therapeutics (1969-
1969).
GLEIM, JAMES KILMER, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)


Assistant Professorol Asrronomy ( 196-t%61
GLENN,JOHN C.,Ph.D (Unisersil ofOklahoma)
Associate Professorof Animal Science Associate Pht srologf I
IFAS 17968-968J
GLENN, JOHN K., B.S.
SystemsAnalior ShanrdiTea hin Hoprhai.fC(i.hr."
(1966-1966).
GLICKSBERG. M ANDELL. L M INew York University)
Prolesor ollaw 1 953 19591
GLICKSTEIN, ANDREW M D Ilohns Hopkins L'ni ersii t
Intern n Med,c,ne ( 19'0-719'0
GODBEY, ASA L., M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor (1967-1968).
GODDARD, FREDERICK OWEN Ph D iDukeUnierusli
Assistant Professor o E c onom,c (1966 -1966),
GODDARD, RAY EVERETT, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Associate Professor of Forestry and Agronomy, and Associate
Geneticist, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1959-1964).
GODWIN, DWIGHTS.
Photographic Services Supervisor (1964-1964).
GODWIN, GRANT MURRAY,M.Ag.
Associate Professor (Associate State 4-H Club Agent).
GOFF, FREEMAN LEO, B.S.
Manager of Married Housing, Division of Housing, (1968-1968).
GOFF, ROWLANDD.,M.D. LUnievsi of Norh Carolina)
Clinical Fellow in Thoracic Surgery (1909-1970).
GOFFMAN, IRVING ., Ph.D. (Duke University)
Professor of Economics (1959), Chairman, Department of
Economics (1970).
GOIN,COLEMAN JETT, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Biological Sciences and Zoology; Adviser
(1942-1956).*
GOING, ROBERT E., D.D.S., M.S. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor and Chairman, Division of Biomaterials,
College of Dentistry(1969-1969).
GOLDBERG, LOUIS, Litt.D. (University of Melbourne)
Visiting Professor of Accounting (1970-1970).
GOLDEN, TERRY D., M.D. (University of North Carolina)
Resident in Medicine (1968-1969).
GOLDHURST,WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Associate Professor of Humanities (1964-1964).*
GOLDMAN, JACQUELIN ROBERTAPh.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychology
(1961-1969).
GOLDSTEIN, AMY S.,M.S.
Instructor in Comprehensive Logic (1967-1970).
GOLDSTEIN, JONATHAN LEOPOLD, M.Ed.
Residence Administrator, Division of Housing (1968-1968)
GONYEA, EDWARD FRANCIS,M.D. (Georgetown University)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1967-1967).
GOOD, LEE EDWARD, B.S.
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army, Assistant Professor of Military
Science (1968-1968).
GOODWIN, JERROLD RALPH, Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1969).
GORBET, DANIEL WAYNE, Ph.D. (University of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronomist), IFAS, North
Florida Experiment Station (1970-1970).
GORDON, IRA JAY, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1956-1964).
GORDON, KATHERINE K., M.A. (Columbia University)
Associate in Psychology (1968).
GORDON, MICHAEL WALLACE,J.D. (University of Connecticut)
Associate Professor of Law(1968-1968).
GORDON, RICHARD E., M.D. (University ofMichigan)
Associate Professor of Psychiatry (1967-1967).
GORDON, RONALD JEFFREY, Ph.D. (Princeton University)
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering (1969-1969).
GORENBERG,RICHARD. Mi D |Duke L.niersll I
Resident in Obstetrics andC i neclo,.g I1968. 961 I
GORMAN, BENIAMIN L., Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Associate Professor of Sociology (1968-1968).
GOSLINGA,CORNELI-CH Ph D Niimrnern ,n,,r.,s I
Professor of I at,n Amrnrcan Studep and Htirors, i 19 Q. i7 .










STAFF AND FACULTY


GOTTI. EDWARD W.. M D (University of Florida)
Assistant an Medicine (1969-1970)
GOUCK, HARRY KYDD. S.
Assistant Professor ol Entomology (7966-1966)
GOULD, ROBERT WILLIAM. PhD University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering t964-19681
GOULD SHAROND M S W
GOWAN.SAMUEL CHARLES.M.A
Interim Instructor in Humanities 196"- 1969)
GRAEFFE ARNOLDDIDIER.Ph.D (Berlin]
Professor of Humanities tl948-1963)
GRAEFFE.LOTTE B..Ph.D Universily of Floridal)
Assistant Professor of English 1965-1966)
GRAHAM, HENRY H.,M D (CornellUnei'sity)
ClinicalInstrucror in Medicine 11959-19591
GRAHAM, MARGARET NICOL,M.M.
Interim Instructor of Music 11969-1969)
GRAHAM, MARY ELIZABETH, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1964-1966).*
GRAHAM, ROBERT B Ph D (Texas Technicall
Assutiant Protessor of Psychology and Research Associare
in Surgery (1967-79691
GRAHAM, THOMAS ALOYSIUS,JR., B.S.
Assistant Registrar (1959-1963 I
GRAINGER, DAVID A., D.D.S. (Northwestern University)
Professor and Chairman, Division of Operative Dentistry,
College of Dennisfr, ( 1969-19691
GRAMLING, LEA GENE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Chairman of the
Department (1946-1959).
GRANT, JOHN, Ph.D. (New York University)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathematics (1970-1970).
GRAND, JOHN LOUIS ROCHON, M.A.
Professor of Architecture (1937-1947).
GRANT, LOUIS GERARD, B.S.
Assistant in Engineering in Nuclear Engineering Sciences
(1960-1965).
GRANTHAM, WILLIAM J., JR., M.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1959-1963).*
GRATER, HARRY ALLEN, Ph.D. (Penn State University)
Director, Senior Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling
Center, Professor of Psychology (1965-1965).
GRAVES, HOWARD BRADLEY, JR., Ph.D. (University of
Washington)
Research Associate, IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station (1962-1962).
GRAVES, SAMUEL RAY, B.A.
Director of Athletics (1960-1969).
GRAVES,SHIRLEY, M.D. (University of Miami)
Instructor in Anesthesiology and Pediatrics (1970-1970).
GRAY, JOHN LEWIS, D.F. (Duke University)
Professor, (Chairman of Forestry Department and Director of
School of Forestry), IFAS (1963-1970).
GRAYBEAL, ROBERT T., M.D. (Harvard University)
Resident in Medicine (1969-1970).
GREEN, ALEX EDWARD SAMUEL, Ph.D. (University of
Cincinnati)
Graduate Research Professor of Physics; Graduate Research
Professor of Aerospace Engineering (1963-1963).
GREEN, JACOB, M.D. (University of Alabama)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1970-1970).
GREEN,JAMESRUSSELL,JR., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Associate Professor of Medicine (1959-1967).
GREEN, RICHARD LOUIS, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Speech (1967-1969).
GREEN, VICTOR EUGENE,JR.,Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS, Everglades Experiment
Station (1951-1965).
GREENAWALT, THOMAS CHARLES, M.Ag.
Assistant Professor(Assistant State 4-H Club Agent), IFAS
(1962-1966).
GREENE, CALVIN CLAY, M.S.M.E.
Director of Physical Plant (1950-1950).
GREENE, GERALD LEE, Ph.D. (Oregon State University)
Associate Professor, Assistant Entomologist, IFAS, North
Florida Station (1966-1970).


GREENE. ROBERT EDWARD LEE, Ph.D (Cornell University)
Professor of Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Economist.
Agricultural Experiment Stations(1948-1948)
GREENIER, HAROLD J., M.D. (Georgetown University)
Assistant Professor of Medicine(1968-1969)
GREENLEE, THEODORE, M.D. (Northwestern Universityl
Associate Professor in Surgery and Anatomical Sciences
(1966-1970)
GRE ENM AN, JOHN ROOSEVELT, I.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Econo-
mist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1939-1945)
GREENWOOD,GORDON E ,Ed D. (University of Indiana)
Assistant Professor of Education (1967-79671
GREER, MELVIN, M.D. (New York University I
Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, and Chief, Division
of Neurology (1961-7967)
GREGG. JAMES HENDERSON. Ph D (Princeton University)
Professor of Zoology (1957-7963 I
GRIERSON, WILLIAM, Ph D.ICornell Universityl
Professor Horticulturist .I IFAS Citrus Experiment Station
(1952-1965).
GRIFFIN, DANA, III,Ph D. (University of Tennesseel
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Botany (1967-1967)
GRIFFIN,GEORGE MELVIN,Ph.D (Rice University)
ProfessorofGCeolog, (1970-1970)
GRIFFIN,NANCYCL AIRE, M.S.
Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1967-1967)
GRIFFIS,CAROLYN ST ALL INGS, Ph D. (Unisersay of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences. Aduser (965-.1969)
GRIFFITH.IOHN L Ed D. Oklahoma Stale Umniversity)
Associate Professor oflournalism and Communications
(1969-1969).
GRIFFITH, MILDRED MASON. Ph.D Universily of California)
Professor ofBiological Sciences and Boran) ( 1950-196J3)
GRIGGS, HARRY H., Ph.D (Universitly of Iowa)
Professor of Journalism and Communca ions (1958-19701
GRIGGS,THOMASM M D. Uniersity of Virginia)
Resident in Surgery 11968-19701
GRIGSBY, JOHN R.,M.A
Assistant Professor of Music (1967-1967)
GRIGSBY,SHAW EARL, Ph D. iCornell Lniersilty I
Professor (Extension Training Specialisr). IF 4S (1953-1967)
GRIM, CHARLESJR., M S B C.
Assistant Professor of Building Construction 1 967-1970)
GRINBERG, MARCA.,M.D (Cornell University)
Resident in Ophthalmology 17970-.17970
GRISSOM,EUGENEEDWARD,M F.A
Professor of Art and Chairman of Department of Art 11953-1966)
GROOMS, DONALD A .M A.
Associate Professor of fournalhm and Communications
(1962-1970).
GROSS, DOROTHY
Instructor, Collepe ol Nurng 11969-19691
GROSS, JOHN A.,M.D (Ohio State Unislerst)
Resident in Psychiarrv (19 O-1970
GROSS, SARA, M.S.S
Associate in Psychiatr fSocal M ork u 1970-1970)
GROSSMAN,THELMAF ,M S.
Academic ProfessIonal I in Pychology ( Socal % ork I 11968-1968J
GROTELUESCHEN,THOMASS .M S
Interim Teacher, P K Vonge taborator School 1970-1970l
GROWTH, EARL C., M.M E.
Assistant Professor ol ,fuic (7%'7.96"1
GUBBINS, KEITH EDMUND. Ph D iLondoni
Associate Professor ot Chemical Engineerine 196. 19681 1
GUBBINS,KEITH EDMUND. Ph D London)
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering 17962-1968)
GUERRERO, MANUEL.M D ILinisersity of Santa Domingol
ClinicalAssociatein Psychaitr) (965-19651
GUERTIN,WILSON H., Ph D. Michigan State Unisersity I
Professor of Educarion 1 960-19681 *
GUINAGH, BARRY lOSEPH. Ph.D IMichigan State Unisersi l I
Assistant Professor of Education 196 8-1970)
GULL,DWAIND.,Ph D (Cornell Uniersiirl
Associate Horticultlurst Agricultural Experiment Stations
(1958-1967).









STAFF AND FACULTY


GUMAER, AMES.M S.
Residence Administrator. Dwision of Housing (1970-1970)
GURIN. SAMUEL, Ph D (Columbia University)
Professor ol Biochem,stry Diision of Biological Sciences
(1969-19691
GUTTERY. EDWIN. M.D IUniversirq ol Louisville)
Resident in Pediatricsf 1970-1970)
GUTTINGER.HELEN IREL ,ND, B 5
Teacher.P K Yonge Laboratorv School 11968-19681
GUTTMAN. ROBERT J LL M.
Assistant Professoroft law (7%.7-7967).
GUr ALBERTGL CLSGOV. Ph D iCarneg,e Instituteo Technologs)
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering ( 1%960-19601
GUV.CLIFFORD, MD (New jersey College of Medicinei
Clinical fellow in Medicine(7969-1970)
GUY.IOSEPHF .M A
Assistant Professor of Accounting (1970-79701
GUYTON.DAVIDL .M D (Harvard Medical School)
Intern in Medicine 17970-19?70
GUZMAN.VICTOR I .Ph D (Cornell University)
Professor(Horticultursrtl. If.AS erglades IEperimeni Starion 0
GYGI. ANDREW,M D IUniversiry of North Carolina)
Intern in Surger) (11970-79701
HABECK.DALE HERBERT.Ph D INorth Carolina Slate University)
Associate Entomologrit. agricultural f speriment Srarrons
(1963-1967)L
HACKETT, RAYMONDL .M D (Unisersi, ol Vermont)
Associate Professor of Patholog) (1962-19681
HACKLER,RUTH NADINE,M.S.
Assistant Profeisor (Ereniion Consumer Education Specialist),
IF AS (1969-17969)
HADL E Y, R U FUS TILMON, B.S.
Director, Administrative Computing Center (1960-1969).
HADLEV.WILLIAMP ,M D IDuke ULniersit)I
Clinical Asssani Prolessor olPediarrici 1968- 968#
HADLOCK. EDWIN HAROLD.Ph D (Cornell University)
Professor of Mathematics (1948-1953).
HAGGERTY, JOHN JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of English (1967-1967).
HAHN.H ILLI AM.M A
Residence Adminstraror. Division of Housing 11967-1967).
HAINES, LEWIS FRANCIS, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Humanities and Comprehensive Logic (1941-1946).
HALE.JAMESPIERCE MS
Professor ot Music 195'-197'0;
HALE,LESTER LEONARD Ph D lLouisiana State Universil I
Vice President for Srudent Allai,rs and Professor of Speech
(19J5-1% 967
HALE MARK PENDLFON JR Ph D (lUniersitq of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 1970-19M01
HALL.C B .PhD ICornellUniers,.rt
Professor IHonicultur tl IfASI 1950-1%41
HALL. DOUGLASC .M D lUniversit ofFloridal
Resident in Obs'etrcs and CVnecolog f190-1970Ol
HALLEERETTEE IR Ph D (Unin eis r o Florida
Co-Director. Mental Health Project, A-,franr P'oie-or ot
Ps)cholog) 11962-1970;
HALL, JACK
Assistant FootballCoach 1196%9-%9)
HALL, LINDA THORNTON, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1969-1969).
HALL.ROBERTM MD iL r sersilv ol M.chigani
Re>rdent in Radiolog) 111969-1%9
HALL, ROBERTA HALCOMB, M.S.
Associate Professor (Extension Home Furnishings Specialist),
IFAS(1959-1969).
HL PERIN. DON 4KIBA. Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
Professor of Building Construction (1953-1965).
HALSEY, LAWRENCE HENRY, M.S.A.
Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
!1948-19681
HAMACHER HOHARDBROCKMAN,M Arch
Assocate Professor of Archirecture 11956-19681
H AMIL TON. DAN M Ph.D. (Kent State University)
Postdocloral Fellos, Center for Neurobiological Sciences
(1968-1968).


HAMMER,LOWELLCLARK.Ph D IUni.ersiiy of Floridal
AssociateP professor oCommunicarise Disorders and Speech
17963-9701
HAMMER. MARIE SPEYRER. MHEcEd
Interim Assistant Professor (Interim Extension Home Economist),
If AS( 1969-7%9691
HAMNMER.RICHARDHARTMAN.Ph D (L'niersily of Arizonal
Asssiant Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemrir 11961-1. 91 I
HAMMOND, EUGENE ASHBY, Ph D IUnersiTr ol North Carolina)
Professor of History and Socral Scrences (1946. 19551.
HAMMOND, LUTHER CARLISLE, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Professor Soil Phsicrstl If AS. Agricultural E periment Stations
(1950-7%41
HAMPTON, ARCHIBALDS. M D (Emori Unisers INl
Chief Resident & Instructor in Pschiarr 7 1968-196%8
HANKS. ROBERTWILLIAM. PhD lUnisersiti of Chicagol
Assistant Professor( Assisant Plant Ph) siologist I It AS Citrus
Experiment Sration 1955-19551.
HANNA. PAUL LAMONT Ph D 1SIanlord Unisersr I
Professor of Histors and Social Sci-ncei 19J39-19461
HANNA. THOMAS LOUIS Ph D (Lrniersi) of Chicago)
Professor and Chairman of Depar ment of Philooph5
(1965-9651%5
HANNA, WAYNE WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Assistant Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1970-1970).
HANNUM, JOHN BALLARD, M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1958-1962).
HANRAHAN, ROBERT JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1958-1966).
HANSON, HAROLD PALMER, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Dean ofthe Graduate School and Professor of Physics
(1969-1969).
HANSON, KARL B., M.D. (University of Chicago)
Clinical Associate Professor (IHEP) in Medicine (1968-1968).
HANSON, THOMAS HUBBARD MC HATTON, Ph D iUnisersinyof
Georgia)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968).
HARDCASTLE, BRAIN,M.D. (University of Leeds, England)
Assistant Professor of Surgery(1966-1966).
HARDCASTLE, HEATHER S., M.D. (Leeds Medical School, England)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Pharmacology (1968-1968).
HARDEN, RICHARD CLAYTON, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Electrical Engineering; Resident Director,
GENES YS- Orlando (1967-1967).
HARDER, IAYNE CRANE PhD lUnniersil of Flor.dal
A ,,oar-ae Pro'eror nt L inguLric and Dartnr ,ioi Ihe frilinh
Language Institute (1954-1971). *
HARDMAN, ALVIN A., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Obstetrics andC necologV 1 96 5-19 01
HARDMAN-DE-BAUTISTA, M.J., Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Associate Professor of Anthropology (1968-1970).
HARDY, CHARLES A., M.D. (University of Missouri)
Resident in Anesthesiology (1969-1969).
HARDY, NED M., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Pathology (1967-1967).
HARE,GEORGE EDWARD, Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University)
Postdoctoral Fellow Mathematics (1970-1970).
HARKNESS, ROYWENDELL, Ph D iLUni.ersrs of California)
Associate Professor, (Associate Chemt IF 4S. Sub-Tropical
Experiment Station (1945-1955).
HARLAN, WILLIAM EDWARD, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Swimming Coach
(1949-1954).
HARLAND, ERNEST CLAYTON, C.V.M. (Oklahoma State
University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Veterinarian), Institute of Food
and Agriculrural Sciences 11969-19691
HARMON, CHARLES,M.D. (Washington University)
Resident ,n Surgery 1 7% -19o01
HARMS, ROBERT HENRY, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Professor and Chairman, Department of Poultry Science,
Institute of Food andAgricultural Sciences (1957-1963).
HARPER, AYLENE SHARP, M.S.
Assistant Program Director,]. Wayne Reitz Union (1966-1966).
HARPER,JULIA M., M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1966-1970).









STAFF AND FACULTY


HARPER,VERNE LESTER.Ph D (Duke University)
Professor ol Forestry(1966-1966)
HARRELL. AMESE I M.D jUniversityof Floridal
Chief Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology (1967-1970)
HARRER,GUSTA% E ADOL PHUS, Ph .D. (University of North
Carolina)
Director o l libraries and Chairman of Department of library
Science(%968-1968)
HARRIS. BARNE V,JR.. Ph.D (Oklahoma Slate Umnersit)
Associate Professor 4isociare Dairy Nutritionist). IF S
(1963-19691
HARRIS, GENE THOMPSON, M.S.
Assistant in Agricultural Economics, USDA, IFAS, (1970-1970).
HARRISON, DALTON SIDNEY,M.S.A.
Professor (Agricultural Engineer) If AS. (1953-1968).
HARRISON.M RY NALL.M.S.
Assistant Professor ( xrension Consumer Education Specialist),
IFAS(1963-1967).
HARRISON, THOMAS, M.D. (Duke University)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1967-1967).
H R ROWER. MOLLY. Ph.D. (Smith College)
Visiting Professor of Psychology (1968-1970).
HART, THOMAS ALONZO EDWARD, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Humanities (1946-1954).
HART, THOMAS GEORGE, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Interim Assistant Professor, (Interim Assistant Horticulturist),
Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (1970-1970).
HARTLEY, CRAIG SHERIDAN, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics;
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
(1966.19681
HARTMAN, MARY CREEKMORE, M.Ed.,
Interim Instructory of Education (1970-1970).
HARTSFIELD, CHARLES WAYNE, B.A.E.
Coordinator of Special Programs, Division of Continuing
Educrjaon i 19-0-9'.)1'
HARVEY, WILLIAM B., A.B.
Director, University Press (1967-1967).
HASS, CHARLES GLEN, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1958-1958).
HASTINGS, PETER E., B.I.E.
Administrative Assistant (1965-1965).
HATCHER, HAROLD A., JR., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
HATFIELD, KENNETH, B.S.B.A.
Assistant Football Coach (1971-1971).
HAULMAN, STEPHEN RUSSELL, B.S.
Residence Administrator, Division of Housing, (1968-1968).
HAUPT, CHARLES S.,B.S.P.
Assistant Director, Bureau of Professional Relations, College of
Pharmacy (1950-1950).
HAWKINS, HENRY M.,JR., M.D. (Universityof Arkansas)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1970-1970).
HAWKINS, IRVIN F., M.D. (University of Maryland)
Assistant Professor of Radiology (1968-1970).
HAWKINS, ROBERT A., M.A.
Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1969-1970).
HAWKINSON, LANCE JON, B.Arch.
Assistant in Architecture (1970).
HAYCOOK, WILLIAM M., M.D. (University of Louvain, Belgium)
Resident in Medicine (1969-1970).
HAYES, BEN WILLIAM, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionist), IFAS,
Everglades Experiment Station (1967-1967).
HAYES,CAROL VIRGINIA, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (1957-1964).
HAYES, FRANCIS CLEMENT, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Professor of Spanish (1946-1948).
HAYES, PATRICIA, B.S.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1969-1969).
HAYGOOD, NANCY A., B.S.
Assistant Director of Finance and Accounting (1958-1958).
HAYNES, JAMESW., B.S.
Assistant Football Coach (1967-1971).
HAYNES, KEITH E., M.D. (Indiana University)
Resident in Psychiatry (1970-1970).


HAYNES, MARGARET D.. M.A.
Interim Teacher P K Yonge Laboratory School (1965-1966)
HAYNES. RICHARDPIERCE, Ph.D (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Philosophy (1967.-967)
HAYNIE, JOHN DALE. B.S.A.
Agriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service(1947-1947).
HAYSLIP, NORMAN CALVIN, BSA.
Professor (Entomologist). IFAS. Indian River Field
Laboratory(1943-1956)
HAYWARD, FREDERICK WARREN. Ph.D (Cornell University)
Associate Professor (Associate Biochemist). IfAS. Citrus
Experimen Stat ion (1956-1956)
HAZEL RICG. ROBERT L.. M.D. fUniversity of Illinois)
Residem in Medicine (1969-1969).
HAZOURI,GERALDG.,M.D. (Universit of Florida)
Resident in Ophthalmology 11968-7968)
HE AD. HENR' HERBERT. Ph D. (University of Maryland)
Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Assistant
Ph) siologiit, Agricultural Experiment Stations (196%3-1963)
HEANEY. IAMESPATRICK,Ph D iNothwestern Unversityl
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering, Industrial
andSystems Engineering and Civil Engineering
(1968-1968).
HEARON, PAMELA KUNSMAN,B.S.
Assistant Professor(Assistant Librarian), IFAS, Citrus
Experiment Station (1966-1967).
HEARSEY, BRYAN VANDIVER, Ph.D. (Washington State University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968-1968).
HEDDEN, SCOTT LOGAN, M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Agricultural Engineer), IFAS,
USDA, Ctirus Experiment Station (1963-1968).
HEIGHTON, ROBERT HERBERT JR., Ph.D. (University of Hawaii I
Assistant Professor of Anthropology (1969-1969).
HEILAND, SHARYN E., M.A.
Assistant Professorof Physical Education (1969-1970).
HEILMAN, KENNETH M., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Assistant Professorof Medicine (1970-1970).
HEISHMAN, ANNE F., M.S. (University of Michigan)
Research Assistant in Biochemistry (1968-1969).
HELD, BEREL, M.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1968-19681.
SELLING, JOHN FREDERIC, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Chemistry
(1962-1966).
HELLSTROM, WARD, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of English (1961-1967).
HEMAN-ACKAH, SAMUEL M., Ph.D. (University of London-
Visiting Postdoctoral Associate, College of Pharmacy(1969-1970)
HEMP, GENE WILLARD, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(1967-1970).
HENCH, LARRY LEROY, Ph.D. (Ohio State)
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
(1964-1968).
HENDERSON, CHARLES ALFRED, Ed.D. (University of Florida I
Assistant Professor of Education (1964-1967).
HENDERSON, FRANK WILLIAM, M.D. (Jefferson University)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Medicine (1959-1959).
HENDERSON, RUDY MARIE, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Music (1963-1968).
HENDERSON, THOMAS A., Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Political Science (1965-1969).
HENNESSEY, JAMES THOMAS, M.A.
Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs
(1963-1969).*
HENRY, FREDERICK EARL, B.I.E.
Assistant Industrial Engineer, USDA, Agricultural Experiment
Stations (1966-1966).
HENRY, GEORGE SELDEN, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Assistant Professor of History (1961-1967).
HENRY, RICHARD A., M.D. (Johns Hogkins University)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1970-1970).
HENSEL, DALE ROBERT, Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Professor (Soils Chemist) and Head, IFAS, Potato In-
vestigations Laboratory (1960-1970).








STAFF AND FACULTY


HENSEL, JAMES W., Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Professor of Education and Chairman, Department of
Vocational, Technical andAduh Education (1969-196%9).
HENTGES. JAMES FRANKLIN, JR.. Ph.D (Universit) of Wisconsinl
Professor ofAnimal Science and Animal Nutritionist. Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1952-1966)
HERBERT,AUDREY, M.N.
Assistant Professor. College of Nursing 1967.1%969)
HERBERT, GEORGI 0 A.,
Director. Health Center information Servnces 1)959-1964)
HERBERT. JOHN HENRY. M S.A.
Associate Soil Conservationst. Agricultural Extension Service,
(1954-1968).
HERBERT, THOMASWALTER, Ph.D IPrinceron Uniersisty)
Professor of English (1946-79571;
HERHOLD, WAYNE HOWARD, M.H.A.
Director, Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics and Associate
Professor-Associate Chairman. Health and Hospifal Administration,
College of Health Related Professions 11970- 19'01
HERNDON, THOMAS GLENN, M.S.F.
Associate Farm Forester, Agriculture Extension Service
(1949-19S7).
HERRON,WARREN L., M.D. (Universiy of Tennessee)
Clinical Assisrant Professor of Ophrhalmolog 196 %5- 1%91
HESS, NANCY ROSE. Ph D (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of Marketing (1963-1966
HESS, PHILIP I, M.D (Ohio StateUnsersirv)
Resident in General Surgery (7968-1969)
HESSLER, JACK R., D.V.M.
Assistant Professor, Medicine
HESTER, JOHN DONALD, M P H
Assistant Professor ol Physical Education (1957.1963)
HESTER, MARVINT.,M.A.
Interim Instructorin English (1966-1970).
HETRICK, LAWRENCE ANDREW, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
ProfessorofEntomology(1947-1959).
HETRICK, LAWRENCE ANDREW III, M.A.
Assistant Professor of English (1966-1968).
HEWSON, WILLIAM ,..M D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Obsetric s and Gynecology 17968-71969.
HIBBS.SAMUELG, M D (University of Pittsburgh)
ClinicalAssociale in Psychiarry r1965-19651
HICKS, DORA ADELINE, Ed.D. (University of Texas)
Professor of Health Education (1948-1955).
HICKS, PHILIPE DW ARD Ph D IGeorgia Inliulte of Technology)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1966-1969)
HIEBERT, ERNEST, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist) Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences (1969-1969).
HIERS, RICHARD HYDE, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Associate Professor of Religion (1961-1967).
HILDEBRANDT, RICHARD JOHN, M.D. (Duke University)
Assistant Professorin Obstetricsand Gynecology (1960-1966).
HILL, ELMER CARL, B.S.A.
Associate Professor (Associate Bacteriologist), IFAS, FCC,
Citrus Experiment Station (1951-17963).
HILL, FONTAINE S., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Resident & Fellow in Child Psychiatry (1969-1969).
HILL. HUGH MEIGHAN. M D Ilohn Hopkins Uni.ersit) |
Professor of Obsteric i and Gvnecolog) (1959-19661.
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs (1963).
HILL, JERALDINE A., M.Ed.
Instructor, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School (1959-1964).
HILL, ROSALIE ANN, M.Ed.
Teacher, P.K. Vonge Laborators School (1970- 19.01
HILL, SIDNEY R.,Jr., B.A.
Interim Graduate Teaching Asista nr in Speech (%965-1970)
HILL,WALTER .D B A ILniversityof Washington)
Associate Professor of Management (1967-1967).
HILLIARD, FRANCES PAULINE, Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education ( 1950-1960) -


HILLIARD.MARY ELIZABETH,M S N.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (1961-1961 )
HIMES JAMESALBERT.V M D LUniersi4 of Pennsvlsania),
Ph D ICornell University)
Associate Professor (Associare Pharmacologist J. Institute of
FoodandAgricultural Sciences (1965-1969).
HINCKLEY. ELMER DUMOND. Ph D (University of Chicago)
Professor Emeritus ofPs)chologv Associate University
CounselingCenter (1925-796.J)
HINDES.CHARLESAUSTIN.M.F A.
Visiting Instructor of An (19691
HINES, VYNCE ALBERT. Ed D. (Universty ofIllnols)
Professor of Education (1947.1953)
HINKES, CHARLES. M D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Clinical fellow in Medicine (1970-19701
HINKLEY, HENRY ROBERT,
Building and Maintenance Superintendent, Health Center
(1955-1955).
HINSON, KUELL, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of Agronomy, IFAS, (1955-1966).
HINSON, RAY, M.B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meterologist), IFAS, USWB,
Weather Forecasting Service (1964-1964).
HIPP, JACOB EDWARD, L.L.B.
Assistant Professor of Insurance (1955-1957).
HIPPLE, THEODORE W., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Education (1968-1970).
HIXSON, IMOGENE, B.S. in L.S.
Librarian and Chairman of Catalog Department (1949-1970).
HO, NANCY L., M.S.W.
Instructor of Social Work in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
HOBIN, FREDERICK,M.D. (Universityodf Vermont)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology (1969-1969).
HOCKER, JOHN, M.D. (University of Kansas)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (1968-1969).
HODES, RICHARDS., M.D. (Tulane University)
Clinical Assistant Professor in Surgery (196S-1965).
HODGES, ELVER MYRON, Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS, Range Cattle Experiment
Station (1941-1949).
HODGES, JAMES ROLAND, Ph.D. (North Carolina University)
Chairman of Comprehensive English and Professor of English
(1950-1964).*
HODGES, JEFF A., M.D. (University of Mississippi)
Resident in Radiology (1968-1968).
HODGES, JULIUS BARNEY, Ed.D. (New 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 University), Ph.D.
(University of Wisconsin)
Visiting Professor of Radiology (1964-1964).*
HODGES, STEPHEN LOFTON,M.F.A.
Instructor of Art (1968-1968).
HODGINS, LAWRENCE JUDSON, Jr., B.S.
Assistant Director of Physical Plant (1968-1968).
HODGSON,THOM JOEL, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Profess or of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1970-1970).
HOFFMAN, CHARLES ANDREW, Ph.D. (University of Arizona)
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Anthropology
(1967-1968).
HOFFMAN, EDWARDM.,Ph.D. (LniversIt) of Miam n
Assistant Professor, Microbiology, College of Arts and
Sciences; Assistant Bacteriologist, IFAS (1968-1968).
HOFFMAN,GLENN JOHN, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Associate Professor of Social Sciences: Adviser (1957-1963).
HOFFMAN, MAE JEWEL, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor in Education (1970-1970).
HOGENESCH,THIEOELTIO,Ph D (Leidenl
Assistant Professor of Chemisrr 17970-1970)
HOGSHEAD, HOWARD P., M.D. (University of Iowa)
Associate Professor of Surgery (1964-1968).
HOLBROOK, HOLLIS HOWARD, B.F.A.
Professor of Art (1938-1948).






STAFF AND FACULTY


HOLDEN, CLAIREANN, M.S.
Initruclor (Assistant in Microbiology) Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences 11967-1967)
HOLDEN. EDMUND STANLE Y, Ph D INorthweslern University)
Associate Professor of English (1957.1- 966)
HOLLAND.DONALDR MA
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
'1970-7970)
HOLLAND.HAROLDFERRELL.M S C E
Assistant Prolfesor of Building Construction f 1968-19681
HOtLIEN HARRY,Ph D (Universityofl owa)
Professor of Speech and Director of Communication
Sciences laboratory (1962.-1968)
HOLLINGSWORTH.IAMES SELWYN M k
Research Associare, lain Amercan Srudre 1968-.19681
HOLLINGSWORTH, WILLIAM GEORGE, J.D. (University of
Florida)
Assistant Professor of Law(1969-1969).
HOLMAN, LESTER C., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Resident in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
HOLMES, THELMA MARY, M.P.H.
As oriari Prntr .sor ri Ph .,rl Th rarDp i 965-91it-l,
HOLMES IAMESR .M A
Counseling Psschologhi Uninerity CounelingCenter,
Aljant Prolesor ot Pscholog If 1970-79'j0)
HOL'MSIMI.R I.NIES, 0D. (Duke University)
Cn ,r,,, i r .- i ...s '.ir.rJ, i r-
HOLSWORTH, MICHAEL C., M.D. (University of Miami)
Resident .f Pa-,. Ir,e 1969-19691
HOLT, JOHN, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Assistant Professor-Assistant Economist Farm Management,
IF AS 196.27%'5i
HOLTZMAN, SAUL C., M.D.
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (1968-1968).
HOLYOAK, OWEN JOSEPH, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical
Education (1966-1966).
HOLZER,CHARLES E., Ill, B.A.
Assistant in Psychiatry (1968-1968).
HOOD,C.IAN M B .Ch B Liserpooll
Associate Professor of Pathology (1956-1968).
HOOLE, FRANCIS W., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science (1969-1969).
HOOPER, CHARLES FREDERICK,JR., Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins
University)
Associate Professor of Physics (1963-1968).
HOOPER, LEONARD J., Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University)
Associate Professor of Journalism and Communications
(1964-1967).
HOOSER, HOBART, M.A.
Administrative Assistant, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics
(1950-1960).
HOOVER, JOHN WESLEY, M.S.A.E.
Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Campus Coordinator,
State Technical Services (1951-1967).
HOOVER, ROY M., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Clinical Assistant Professorof Surgery (1966-1969).
HOPKINS, DONALD LEE, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IFAS,
Watermelon and Grape Investigations Laboratory (1969-1969).
HORN, GRANVI LLE CLIDE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor (Ornamental Horticulturist), IFAS (1956-1967).
HORN, JOHN K., M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1964-1968).
HORNBERGER, ROBERT HOWARD, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, V.A.1, (1969-1969).
HORNE, EDWARD PORTER, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Associate Professor of Psychology (1949-1949).
HORNER, EARL STEWART, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1950-1964).
HORTENSTINE, CHARLES C., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor (Associate Soil Chemist), IFAS, Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1959-1967).
HORWITZ, JEFFRE YA., M.D. (University of Cincinnati)
Resident of Ophthalmology (1969-1969).
HOSKINS, WILBUR JOLIFFE, M.S.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1958-1962).


HOUGH. IOSEPH POTTER. B.S.
UniversiryController f1964-1970)
HOUSER. RICH .RD HART. Ph.D (University of Floridal
Assistant Professor (Assistant Animal Nutritionist). IFAS.
Suwannee Valley Erperimenr Station (7970-1970)
HOVDE, HOWARD T., Ph.D (University of Pennsylvania)
i isifing Professor of Markering (1969- 1969
HOWARD.CHARLES MARION, Ph.D ICornell Unnersity)
Asistanrt Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist), IF AS,
Straiw berry and Vegerable Field LaborarorK 1796'-7%967
HOW' RD.WILLIAMM Ph D (Universityof Wisconsin)
Professor of Insurance (1955-1957)
HOWER ALFRED. Ph D. iHarvaid Univers.ty)
Professor ol Portuguese and Spanish 11962-1962)
HOWES,ALAN BRADFORD, B.S.B.A.
Coordinator of Special Programs, Division of Continuing
Education (1971-1971).
HREN, JOHN JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
(1964-1967).
HSIEH,CHUNG KUO, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Ass itant Professor of Mechanical Fngineer ing (7969-1969)
HUBBELL, DAVID HEUSTON, Ph.D. (North Carolina State
University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soil5 Mc robiolog.s I. IF AS.
AgriculruruI %Eperiment Staons 11969-19691
HUBER, JOSEPH RICHARD, M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1958-1962).
HUBER, WAYNE CHARLES, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of
Technology)
4,A,i faani ProfPe.or nf Ci; l Engineering and Coastal and Ocean.
opr qphr: Fii'neer.nLi 7f8.-19681
HUDSON,CALVIN H., M.D. (University of Tennessee)
Clinical Instructor in Surgery (1969-1969).
HUDSON. If RE H .M S.1 f.
Col..nel L s 4,r Forre MSIA, Professor of Aerospace Stud.,.
Military Coordinator (1968-1969).
HUDSON, TERRY M., M.D. (Duke University)
Resident in Surgery (1970).
HUFFMAN, ANN MARIE, M.S.
Assistant Librarian, IFAS 1%966-1969)
HUFFMAN, JACOB BRAINARD, D.F. iDuke Unisersi 1
Associate Professor of Forest Product Technologyand
Associate Forester, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1952-1957).
HUGGART, RICHARD LEIGH, B.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Chemist), IFAS, FCC, Citrus
Experiment Station (1951-1961).
HUGHES, DAVIDTIMOTHY, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1970-1970).
HUGHES, KENNETH BURDETTE, S.J.D. (Harvard University)
Professor of Law (7968-1968).
HUMMEL, ROLF ERICH, D.Sc. (Stuttgart, Germany)
Associate Professor of Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering (1964-1969).
HUMPHREYS, FRANK R., M.Sc. (University of New South Wales)
Research Associate Soils Department, IFAS (1969-1969).
HUMPHREYS, THOMAS ELDER, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Professor of Botany and Biochemist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1955-1968).
HUMPHRIES, GLENDA MOORE, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Extension Household Household Equipment
Specialist), IFAS (1969-1969).
HUNT, E.L. ROY,J.D. (Universityof Mississippi)
Professor of Law(1962-1968).
HUNTER, ELIZABETH F., M.S.
Interim Instructor of Education (1967-1967).
HUNTER, FRANK R. JR., J.D. (George Washington University)
Associate Professor of Law (1969-1969).
HUNTER, HAROLD R., Ph.D. (Southern California University)
Assistant Professor of Sociology (1967-1969).
HURLBUT, HAROLD J., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Instructor of Surgery (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.
Assistant Librarian, Teaching Resources Center (1962-1967).









STAFF AND FACULTY


HUTCHINSONEDOWARDCHARLES. PhD0 (Ohio State University
Associate Professor of Speech (%967-967)
HITTER, ROCHELLE M. B. M.Ed.
40 fjie,nl P. harF I 8.M ta ti,
HL TON CL'RIISE, A.' PhD Irjo '.iae I. n.,r.,is,
Prnlp >w r [io.l.Chrn ,.ri .lr',h i ., II ii 5 l. i 1I ,r,.Il
I(permneni Srar,,',ri tQ4r4. tlji,
HUTTON1 GEORGETTE
Assistant Professor .,:. .. * . %ig9- t 9t
IBMCH IOHN R M D iLn,,er.,.r. oR R,-., he.r.
C 'nifcallelton ,r r.,,rj, .1 SU ' '" >*.' ',,,.
IBARRA,EILEENSULLIVAN,P' D it r,,., r..r..-, i,,i3
AssistantProfessorof '"'.. rir. r ,, r. t I. ,r...* i ,"
IB.RRA FERNANDO Ph D iL C '
Assutrnt Praif^, ,-r jir sp[jrh.,hf Iv, ~ l ").
INFANTE,GELINDO, B.S.P.E.
Assistant Coach (1%97-967).
INGLE, KELSEY HUDLESON, M.S.
instructor, P Yonge laboratoatry hooll 1945-1952)
INGMAN.HAL MAURY, M.S.M.E.
Assistant Professorof lMechanical Egineeringi 19 1-1961 % .
INGRAM, BETTY P., BS.
Instructor in English (1970-1970)
IRELAND, RONLD IOE Ph D 0I nr..,r, ni Fl,:.r,,,i
Assistant P'rer, i rI ,.tr.,.aIl jn-ii,. .1 n. ,n .,, r,'. l" f fl
AFB 1%9-1970).
IREY, RICHARD KENNETH, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Dry~l.fi~- i il r-hj-n. I I ner-, f.ne I
IRVING, JO ANNALEE, M.S,
I n s t r u c t o r ( -fl t . n' ," ,' l .. i, 1- ,.
ISAACSON ROBEPTL PhD i r,,.,-r ,-.r .,, h,,jr,,
Pro Ie ,,s I. P r ,, ,t ,/., r,,( fP,, ,, .. ...r ., | a" r, In ,,, ( 1, ,, ,,, ,. .
(1968-1968)
IStER.RuLPHCHiRL[F- Ph D UI,..J'.-, l..pk.r,. University)
A so Jri P r. '., -,or,.r PF,i .," i hr, I','i'
ISMAIL.MOHAMMEDABDEL-RIHIi m Pkh O ,i.... ..r. ,.. I .hr,.Ja,
Assistant Professor,(Assistanth-i. m.. u, ii 1 i.C r "
Experiment Station (1968-1968),
IL TAKA !' .1 1I 1 AM 1 4 Fair. i i r. .n.L r .-r, rii3.jCiencias
Soiales Snluid(i Ch-.-1
i..1,rare Por'... . r r,....., .e' ,1967-7967)
IVEY, ROBERT DORSEY, M.A.
Assistant Librarian IFAS (1970-1970)
JABER .- Ri S ElL LOiAllL T DI T.I n' l i.r,,..r ,.
Assistant Professor of Humanities (1968-1969),
IACKSON, BILL GREER, Ph.D. (T-, a&.t I n;.,-i ;',
Assistant Professor(Assistant .rn.j nh r t,,1. ,,, -4r, .ir.,rj .
Extension Service (196%7-1967)
JACKSON,ELMOLOUIS,Pi D ,.raD.. r,....-r.,i.
Professor of Economics (4-. r't- i *
JACKSON, JAMES F., BS.
Interim GraduateTeachingA ......'. t. Z -, -.'. 1970).
JACKSON, LARRY KEITH, M.S.A.
Interim Assistant in Horticulture, IFA S (1964-1968).
JACKSON,RONALDFREDERICK,D.V.M *,,.o -ir,,i.
University)
Associate Professor (Associate Veterinarian), Institute of food
and Agricultural Sciences (1968-1968)
JACOBS, ARTHUR J., Ed D iCi:lurr, 1 'r.., ;.
Assistant Professorofl' l.. ra ,,t' .. .... ,., i',..- ,,. .
Producer-Director, Television Station W FT(1964-1964).
JACUNSKI, EDWARD WALTER,M AE.
Associate Professor of Engineering Graphics; Assistant Dean,
College of Engineering (1947-1967)
)J EGER ".i RC I R .M D ,' r.,e,.. 1,. B -rr,
A'.x ,al;e Pr ..,... r, rP ,.- ,, ,r ., ,, 1969-1969)
JAMES,BRYSO1MF.lOiNE Ph D O 'h. .i l. Ii .....
Professor (O r'in-.rri t .-,rr,, .1 ,,',.. , ,,I Plantation
Field Laboratory (1970-1970).
JAMES.GEOFFREYB .i D ,l.r,;.-rs;!, ,_,,,rd..- Aroier,..
VisitingA ,,-rar' Pr,-.,. ,. i utjl r. ... a, n, .- -.-. o., t5-,,.
1970).
JAMES. JOHN H., D.B.A. (Universityof Indiana)
Associate Professor of Management (1961-1964).
JANES,MELVIN JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Iowa Str..- I 'r,;...r;,,
Assistant Professor (Assistant Entor- ......'. Ii A t.-rglades
Experiment Station.


1ANIS, KENNETHM. ,M D i e, Nc.ik L rn,,er,ri,
Assistant Professor, it 4t'r,h,.-, i,-o e ti Q l. 19 -i1 ,
JANMS MARK C M D L n..ev.ivof NorthCarolina)
Infrl-i in N \tfitneln l\ 1 ',I. l- 'vf
JANOS, [L0 IK PhD iChi.rl ni.eri%.i Pr.isue)
4 -, ir i/ P, .r)ii t .or r, IjFhr,.Ti' i i b. tr',,R,
JANTZEN. ALICE CATHERINE, M.S.
Professor and Chairman, Department of 0.r upht.i.if t1. her.,p,
(1958-1968)
JAPRETT PAL'l S 1.D D lindianal n.e..t. ,

JEFFERIES, MILDRED B., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1953-1953).
JEN IL AN Ph D it rn.p ,.rl r.iCaI,ilu, n,i
A,.,. i nr Prit u' n r r .-di f ii ,.I (i hi r nr, r ipi,,, -,Ire.,Ie'ri'r-,,
(1969-1969).
JENKINS, D. ORVIN, M.D. (University of Florida)
1. .iifnl ,n Su. e-., I IQ Q- I 71'l1
JENNINGS, GERALD DOUGLAS. MS.
Interim Instructor in Comprehensive Logic (1969-1970).
JENNINGS, ROBERT BENJAMIN, J.D. (University of Florida)
A -,, ni .' Prrfr "-,, .. f. jn i g-mr,1n S B,,rrtiess Law, andAssist-
ant D'an iCoiiL't( u, it u n.,'. Arm1,,-,,.r.i,. nm 1957-969).
JENSEN, ANTHONY SVEND, M.S5F.
Assistant Farm Forester, Agricultural Extension Service (1953-
1953).
JENSEN P' l L I Ph D IL n..Pr.i, i c. ilo.a
A ,- ,r, Prl s., .- I Sr l .h 1'4.63 t. I )
JERNIGA HO% APRD s.i ir Ph D 1 i,;.e.r,ir. of torIh Card-jlnai
POst-Do,, oir j t lh ..i .r. IF.. h. m i. i I1'). I 7C'(i
JESTER, ROBERTE ,P., D iL n..ei,,., .oI juh,
Associate Professo: oi tI-.i, i .n ,i pi. rl ,li
JOFFE, SARETTA H., M.S. (Columbia University)
Instructor in Social Work in Psychiatry(1969-1969)
JOH'.' L\IE I, IR PhF.D (Carnegie Institute of Technology).
A.- r,,.r, Pi r.... ... Chemical Engineering (1967-1968)
JOHNS, PHILIPT.,Ph.D. (University of North Dakota)
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biochemistry (1970-1970)
JOHNS, ROE LYELL, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1946-1946),
JOHNSON, CARL HENRY, Ph.D. (University of Washington)
Professor of Pharmacognosy (1939-1954).
JOHNSON, CHARLES G Jr., B.S.B.A.
Controller, Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics (1964-7%6).
JOHNSON, F. CLIFFORD, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Associate Professorof Zr' .1.i, ,1 t4 "- .1967).
JOHNSON, IRMGARD, Ph.D. (University of Denver)
Professor of Humanities (1955-1967).
JOHNSONJAMESTROY,Ph.D. L .rgn. P,)iitechn. In,t,rule.
Assistant Professor of Agronor ir f i t9'",. 'i r,
JOHNSON,JOSEPH E., 111, M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Professor in Medicine (1966-1968)
JOHNSON,JUDY DIANE. M.S.
Instructor in Education (1970-1970).
JOHNSON, LOYS ALMON, M.S.C.E.
Pr,,, ., -.,r.i.iijr, r .-nstruction and Chairman of Department
r ., ,,il,r- C-, .u, r, -r. ,'1960-1964)
JOHNSON, RAYMOND CLARENCE, M.S.E.
Professor offlectric.,ul '..- .rr. r 1 i 1'4'. '. .8'
JOHNSON, RICHARD HAROLD, Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).
JOHNSON, ROGER BURR, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor (Entomologist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station
(1952-1965).
JOHNSON, STEPHEN RANDALL, Ph D .Purd.JA r,;. ,-r.,
Assistant Professor(Assistant N. r, i,r., I.. i i, aS r ,.
Experiment Station (1970-1970)
JOHNSON. STEVE
Campus Service Coordinatotr (t964-1969)
JOHNSON,WARREN OSWALD, B.A.
Pr ri, ri *.i '.F- r. i, ,1,.r' ani i. si AS, Weather Forecasting
Set. r ~ .t s ? 't.r ,
JOHNSTON, DAVID WARE, Ph.D. (University of California)
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Zoology
(1963-1967).
JOHNSTON, OTTOW., Ph.D. (Princeton University)










STAFF AND FACULTY


Assistant Professor of German %969-1%969
JOINER,D WV, NE.M D (Unersly of Georgia)
Residenr in Radiologs (1968-19681
JOINER. IASPER NEWTON, Ph D Ohio Slate Lninnersit I
Profesor Ornamental Hort,culuriil IF 4S 117950-1966)
JOINES ROBERTCLINT.Ph D iEmory LiUners%,)
* Intern Assistant Professor of Chem,rr 11?%9-1969- 1
IONES, ANNE HARRISON B S
Ai,ssrant Reg,ifrarl 7941. 19521.
JONES. BRTLETTCMPBELL Ph D IEmory Liniversitl)
Aisstant Prolfeor otf Hors and Sncal Sc'ences %9. 19691.
IONES.CHARL ES ALL 'N.M S
Counselor. Teacher DB- rnn of HouIuin 11969-1969i
JONES, DAVID T., M.D. (University of Ohio)
Residen in Surge') 1196'- 1%81
JONES. D, IDVILSON. MS '
Associate Professor of Apronoms lf45(7946-1959i
JONES. EDMUNDRUFFIN. PhD ILininersityofVirginial
Professor of Zoolog) (1946-194."1.
)ONES ELISECECILE.B A
R .e pie a 'h ln .lrLir r Bfuo 'a l I t n n ,nw inf l, 1.., -
Reear, 'lr s 1 7 '- QL. i
JONES, ERNEST MCCLAIN, J.S.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Law (1954-1957).
IONES.ESTHER I .M Ln
Aaisranr lbrarnar, Healrh Cen-,te L-tbjr (19'0-79"'O
JONES HARRM GREENE B S
Adm,nstraror Stale CenterforContinuing Education,
Jacksonville (1968-1968).
JONES. JACK, M.A.E.
Assistant Football Coach (1971-1971).
JONES.IEFFRE[ S .M D LUn,ersry of Fioridai
Intern irn SurFer i 119'- 719'0(
JONES, JESSE RAY, JR., M.A. in L.S.
Associate Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1961-1970).
JONES, JOHN PAUL, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor I Plant Parholog'.t IF AS, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station. (1958-1970).
JONES, JOHN PAUL, M.A,
Dean and Professor of Journalism and Communications
(1948-1968).
JONES, LLOYD EDGAR, III, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Profefor of ei- tr. l reempering. GENESYS-Port
Canaveral (1%967-1967).
JONES,NORMANE MID L'ni..ers,- of Florida
Clinical Fellow in Ra djrcog, I q S%8-196 )
JONES, OTIS P., JR., B.S.
Director of Service Activities (1967-1967).
JONES, SALLY MOORE, B.S.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1966-1966).
JONES, VANCE HARPER, M.Ln.
Assistant Librarian, Architecture and Fine Arts Library
(1969-1969).
JONESWILLIAM B., Ph.D. (Vanderbilt University), Ph.D.
(University of Virginia)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Physics (1969-1969).
JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS, B.S.B.A.
Asiorare D.ret''rort Ph, .,i Pl.,nr nu (1948-1968).
JONES, WILLIAM HUGH, JR., M.A.
Assistant Superintendent of Field Services, Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1953-1953).
JONES,WILLIAM MAURICE, Ph.D. (Southern Cal.lor na Un,.er i) i
Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of Depa.rnr-ni, ir r Q. 1968
JORDAN, HILLIARD E., JR., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Intern in Surgery (1970).
JORDAN, JUDITH ANN, B.S.
Research Assistant in Clinical Research C ,rne r f 1%.9.- 1%81I
JORDAN, VIRGINIA GOODELL, M.E.
Assistant Professor of Medical Technology (1967-1967).
JORDON, KENNETH FORBIS, Ed.D. (University of Indiana)
Visiting Professor of Education (1970-1970).
JORDAN, WILLIAM RAND, M.D. (University of North Carolina)
JOIPrnSn SurSNc. i I L o I
JOSEPHSON, SUSAN L., B.A. (Lindewood College)
,?*.- dj h A ,lt.nI P.. 1. h f,', I 'c "-1'j91


JOURARD, SIDNEY M, Ph.D. (Bulfalo University)
Professor of Psychology (1958-1964)
IULIN.IOSEPH RICHARD, LL B.
Professor of law and Dean of the College of Law( 1971-1971)
JULIUS. RICHARD L ,M D. (Universili ol Florida)
Instructor and Special Trainee in Pediatrics 11967-1970).
JUELS.CHARLESW .M D (Uniersityof Cincinnali)
Resident in Anesthesiology (1970-1970;
|URGENSEN. PAUL F.. M D (SI. Louis Universilyl
Clhn.cal ellowi in Medicine (1970-1970)
IURKIEWICZ.MAURICE I .M D (Harvard Universilyl. D.D.S.
ILUmniersia of Maryland)
Prolessor of Surger) and Chief of Plastic Surgery (1959-7968)
KAFOGLIS, MADELYNL.,Ph D (OhioSlare Universityi
Associate Research Professnr Bureau ol Economic and Business
Research (1960-1966).*
KAFOGLIS,MILTONZ Ph D lOhioState University)
Professorof!conomrics 1958-I96
KAISER, IOHNAILLIAM.M A
Professor of Mathemarcsi 1%.'.-7967).
KAISER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.B.A.
AisiorantProiesiO'olElec rr,cat ngneering%969-1969)
KALCH, LESTER WILCOX, M.Ag.
Associate Extension Poultryman, Agricultural E tension
Service (1951-1968).
KALLENBACH, ERNEST A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Nueroscience
KAM L,WASEEM.M D iluntendol
Rei,dent .n Ophrhalmologs 11969-%9691
KANAI, ATSHUSHI, M.D.
Instructor in Ophthalmology(1968-1968).
KAPL AN, LEONARD. Ed D iRochester University
Associate Prolensor of Educaton (1967-7968;
KAPLAN,STANLEY, Ph D iiniveriry of Miami)
Assistant Professorol Anarom.cal Scence 17%966-196.7
KARACAN, ISMET, M.D. (University of Istanbul)
Proiessor ol Pschiarrvt I1966-19661
KARLSBERG, ROBERTC., M.D. (University of Michiganj
Resident in Ophthalmology (1968-1968).
k4RNS,CHARLES FRANKLIN Ph D IPitisburgh Uniersity)
A,,ociate Professor of peechi 1964-1969)
KATZ, LOYCE ANN, M.A.
Ausrtanf Dean for Student Detelopmentr 196'-7969)
KAUFMAN,CLEMENS MARCUS, Ph.D. (Unisersif of Minnesolal
Proleisor of forestry and Forester Agric cultural fEper-menr
Stations (1951-1962).
KAUFMAN, HERBERT E., M.D. (Harvard Universits
Professor of Ophthalmology, Chairman of he Department of
Ophthalmology and Professor ofPharmacolcgs 17962-1 969
KAUFMANN, DAVID ALLEN, Ph.D. (University ao Io a
Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1970-1970).
KAUFMANN,JOHN HENRY,Ph.D. (Universih of Calilorniai
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Zoology
(1963-1968).
KEEFER, DENNIS RALPH, Ph.D. (University of Flo idal
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering 11963967;
KEENE,WILLISR., M.D. (Johns Hopkins Univers,.1
Associate Professor of Medicine and Chairman on the
Department of Medicine for HEP(1969-1970)
KEESLING. JIMESEDGAR Ph D IUniersiiy ol Miamil
A~sistani Prote.?,so' o Marhemr.cr, 196%- 1968|
KEHOE, MICHAEL JAMES, M.D. (St. Bartholomew s Hospital
Medical College)
Associate Professor of Psychiatry (1967-1967
KEIG, NORMAN GUTHRIE, PhD iOh.o State Uniersil I
Associate Professor of Economics (1963-1966)
KEISTER, ELWOODJ., E.D. (Columbia Universty
Professor of Music (1957-1963).
KEITT. AL AN MD IHarcard Uniser,. li
Assistanr Proteror of Afer',cne 17968-19681
KELE MiX HERSCHEL Ph D (Tulane L'niersity)
Asst.anr PrcolesnorolH,tnri i 51 9681
KELLEY,LORE T I MN.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1969.196qI









STAFF AND FACULTY


KELLEV.MICHAELI .MD (Washington Ln, eisiI]
Resident in Radologs 1969-79'o0)
KELLEV.MICH4EL I .MD (Iashinglon Univeisil I
Intern in ledcine( 1969-19691
KELlO.DANIEL LEO.Ed D (Universly of Floi.dai
A.ssisanl Prolessor ol english A4d seri%5-965.I%'
KELLY, EARLMCNEIL, M.Ag.
Prolesior ifxlenson DistriciAgerni I AS (1949-1969).
KELLY, ELIZABETH GRANT, M.S. in L.S.
Assitan Librarian Acqu.slflon> 119"i19 9'tlt
ELSE. ELISABETH B MA (Mount HolvokeCollege)
Associare'n Surger 11%967.-79"0
KEMERAIT JINET PERKINS.M AN
Inler.m instructor in Englsh (7969-1969.1
KEMP.HAROLD% WARREN. M S
AssistantProlessorol rchierrure %966-7196.)
KENDALLKENNETH EVERETT Ph D IUn.ersiryof Florida)
Associate Professor of English (1965-1970).
KENDZIOR.RICHARD ANTHONY SB S B
Assistant Bookstore Manager 1966- 79,iJ
KENSLER, EDSEL BYARD, B.S.
Assistant Coach (1964-1964).
KENTJOSEPH FRANCIS, Ph.D. (University of Virginia)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
KENT, KURT E., M.A.
Assistant Professor of Journalism and Communications
(1970-1970).
KEPPEL, REUBEN ARTHUR, M.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering (1955-1970).
KERR. STRATTON HORSBuRG.Ph D ICoinell Lni.erii
Entomologuio gr,culrural f=perimen S5raion I 7953-19681
KERSLAKE, KENNETH ALVIN, M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art (1956-1969).
KESL, LEONARD EDWARDS, M.A.
VisitingAssistant Professorof Art (1968-1968).
KESTERSONJAMES WALTER, M.S.
Professor(Chemist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station (1947-1956).
KEY, LYNNEA, M.Ed.
Counselor-Teacher. Dii, o.no Hou,,ng 19q6-.19691
KHALIL, TAREK M., Ph.D. (Texas Technological University)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1969-1969).
KIDD, JOHN BAXTER, B. S.
Captain, U.S. Army, Assistant Professor of Military Science
(1970-1970).
KIDD. KENNETH PL'L.Ph D iPeabod, L ni.ei rr
Profecsor of Educaton 19j8. 9i551
KILBY, JOHN DAVIS, Ph.D. (Universityof Florida)
AsnociarreProfe,>or id)BiolfB,,)-.lS.:.-.fc.l-. an,.Zon .gh Adviser
(1947-1956).
KILLINGER, GORDON BEVERLY, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
ProfessorofARronoms IFAS 119417.Q41i
KILPATRICK.KERR~ E PhD lUnieisis ofMichigari
As',:iant Professor of Indurnral and S% riems e neineer ine
(1970-1970).
KIM, DONG SIE, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1969-1969).
KIM SUNG IlN.Ph D lUnisersit of Floridai
Research Aioc(,aie n B,chemFtr i I7%9-71969)
KIMBALL, SOLON T., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Graduate Research Professor of Anthropology (1966-1966).
KIMBROUGH, JAMES WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Assistant Professor of Botany and Assistant Micologist,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1964-1964).
KIMBROUGH.RALPHBRADLE[ Ed D iLiniersn of Tennessee)
Professor ol Educar,.narnd Cha,rmar, Educarional
Administration Department (1958-1966).
KINARD,DRAYTON TUCKER Ph D Michigan Slae L ni.ersr, i
Professor( Agiculrural Engineer I If 45 958-79581
KINARD, SAMMY ALZOFON, M.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1969-1969),
KINCAID, RANDALL RICH, Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Professor (Plant Pathologist), IFAS, North Florida Experiment
Station (1929-1943).
KING, ARTHUR D., Ph.D. (Florida State University)


Assistant Professor, Office of Dental Education, College of
Dentistry (1970-1970).
KING EMILN ELIZABETH.Ph D iLnierslr o WiWsconsnum
Piotesor ((rens-on Home Icornomit ResourceDe.elopmentl
IFAS.(1946-1964)
KING,FREDERICk Ph D iohnsHopkin I-n.sier,i,
Professorandiharman.il ,','ejproscenre.andPr.f(,.eor
oflPrholor), i 195.- I%91
KING, FREDERICK ELIJAH, M.S.
Assistant Director for Administration. Division of Housing
(1951-1957).
KING, HOWARD E., B. A.
Director, Admininstrative Services. Health Center (1962-1968).
KING, MARTHA E., B.A.
A,i.sranr in Surern 11968. Q1970
KING ROBERTLEE.Ph, D ilohns Hopkins L.niersiti
A sii ant Pro'e-or of Phbsio(og> andrPscholuog 1961.7%94
KING, ROY WARBRICK, Ph.D. (Cambridge University)
Associate in Chemistry (1969-1970).
KINLOCH. ROBERT ARMSTRONC.Ph D iLnisersitiofCal.lornial
4;stranr Profesor ( 4,ssiant Nemarolog-,' I. If 4 1% el florida
Experiment Station (1968-1968).
KINNAN,JOSEPH E., M.S.
Captain U.S. Air Force. Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies
(1970-1970).
KINZER, SUZANNE M., M.S. (Rochester University)
Interim Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).
KINZEY, BERTRAM YORK, JR., M.S.A.E.
Professor of Architecture (1959-1965).
KIRK,WILLIAMC ir I D iUnrersrti ol Florrdai
Assistant Professor of Law (1968-1968).
KIRKLAND, EDWIN CAPERS, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Professor of English (1946-1951). *
KIRKPATRICK, MARTIN SMITH, M.A.
Associate Professor of English (1956-1969).
KIRMSE, DALE WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Assistant Professorof Chem,rai Engiripeerne I 9 h.-I9%5 *
KISER, LINDA KAY, M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1969-1969).
KISER, LORA ANTOINETTE, M.S.
Professor (Extension Home Economist, Professional
Development), IFAS, (1946-1963).
KITTS, JOHN STEWART. M.M.
Assistant Professor of Music (1966-1966).
KLEIN.PAUL A Ph D iUr,,errir of Flordal
A ,,u#anr Ptole-,or it PIbolog, It7%9. tW9Q
KLEMENT, FRANK WILLIAM, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Engineering Graphics (1958-1958).
KLINE, WILLIAM E., Ed.D. (University of Denver)
University Counseling Psychologist; Associate Professor of
Education.
KLINGENSMITH, ROBERT D., J)R., M.A.
Interim Instructor of Geography (1970-1970).
KLINK,JULIE ANN, M.S.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1970-1970).
KLUGE, RALPH WENDEL, M.S.
Professor of Civil Engineering (1951-1951).
KNAPP FREDRICK ,%, Ph D iL r,-ersi>s ol Californ.ai
Aioc',areProlies.ri4,snareB.nhprr,I if 4SS, %n. 196'I.
KNAU'S' IlAMESFREDERICK Ph D ICornell UnI,ersilv
A,.,rant PrnFe-snr I 4,,.,are Plar.r Pahi'ir-glr' f i f4S Ridge
OrnarnentalHorticjliirall tab.,raior r 1?%. 1969i
KNIFFEN, JAREDC.,M.D.(NewYork Medical College
Associate Professor of Medicine (1963-1969).
KNIPLING, EDWARD BYRON, Ph.D. (Duke L n.ei ri
Assistant Professor of Agronomy, IFAS. SD41 1%68. f81
KNIPPEL, THOMAS C., M.D. (University of Miami)
Resident in Anesthesiology (1970-1970).
KNISELEY, SHERMAN PHILIP, Ph.D. (University of North
Carolina)
Associate Professor of Humanities, Adviser (1964-1969).
KNIZLEY, HOMER, M D IL ni.er..rs of Fior,dai
Assistant Professorand Arr,ng ChMt of Endorrnr.,log
(1967-1969).
KNORR, LOUIS CARL, Ph.D. (Cornell University)










STAFF AND FACULTY


Professor (Plant Pathologist). IfAS. Citrus Experiment Station
(1948-19591
KNOTTS. DOUG
Assistant Football Coach. (1%969-1%9)
KNOWLES. HAROLD LORAINE. Ph.D. (University of Kansas)
Professor of Physical Sciences and Ph) sics (193- 1955)
KNOW ES. LOIS NINA. M.A.
Professor. Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Program. College of
Nursing(1956-1966).
KOBURGER. JOHN ALFRED. Ph.D. (North Carolina State
University)
Assistant ProfessorIAssistant Microbiologw ), IFAS 1f969-1969)
KOCH, DUANE E.. Ph D (Michigan State Universityl
Inter.m Assistant Professor (Interim Assistant Meat Scientist).
IFAS (1969-1969)
KOEFOD, PAUL E., Ph.D. (Institute of International Studies,
Geneva)
Professor o Economics (1956-1965).
KOEHLER, ERICA)., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing (1968-1968).
KOENIG. AL FRED D.. M D. lUniversiv of Lausannei
Clinical Associaren Psvchiatry 1964-19641
KOGER,MARVIN, Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Professor of Animal Science and Animal Geneticist, Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1957-195 1)
KOHLER,WILLIAM C., M.D. (University of Florida)
Fellow in Pediatrics (1968-1970).
KOHUT, ROBERT, M.D. (University of Chicago)
Associate Professor of Surgery (1966-1966).
KOKOMOOR, MARVIN L., M.D. (University of Michigan)
Clinical Assistant Professorof Pediatrics (1968-1968).
KOLARIK, J. MILAN, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Senior Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling Center;
Associate Professor of Psychology (1956-1963).
KOLTS, BYRON E., M.D. (University of Rochester)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1970-1970).
KONDA, SUSUMU, M.D. (Kyoto University)
Associate in Pathology (1970).
KONISHI,TERUZO, Ph.D. (Kyoto, Japan), M.D. (Kyoto)
Associate Research Professor of Surgery, Physiology and
Speech (1963-1968).
KONYHA, MARVIN EARL, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economist),
IFAS (1970-1970).
KOO, ROBERT CHUNG JEN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor (Horticulturist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment
Station (1953-1969).
KOOGLER, CAROL GROSS, M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Health Education (1968-1968).
KORDANA, JANE HELEN, M.A.
Associate Professor of Nurng 1195. 79%61
KOREY, KENNETH, M.D. (University of Florida)
Intern in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
KORMANYOS, EDWARD C., JR., M.Ed.
Residence Administrator, Division of Housing, (1970-1970).
KORU, SADI SABIT, M.A.Arch.
Associate Professor of Architecture (1947-1956).
KOUBA, ETHEL O., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Research Associate in Medicine (1969-1969).
KRAFT,10JOHNB.S.
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-1970).
KRAMER, DEAN C., M.D. (University of Missouri)
Resident in Medicine (1969-1969).
KRAMER, SOL, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor of Psychiatryand Biology (1964-1964).
KRAUSCHE, CHARLES EMIL, M.S.C.E.
Instructor of Building Construction (1970).
KRAVER, RONALD T., M.F.A.
Instructor of Art (1968-1968).
KRESS, ESTA L., M.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
University Physician (1967).
KRESS, JACOB H., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Assistant Director, Student Health Service
KRETSCHMER, ALBERT EMIL, JR., Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Professor (Agronomist), IFAS, Indian River Field
Laboratory (1952-1966). *


KREZDORN, ALFRED HERMAN, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Professor and Chairman. Department of Fruit Crops.
Institute of foodand Agricultural Sciences (1957-7960).
KRIENKE. WAL TER ALBERT,M.S.
Associate Professor of Diary Science and Associate Dairy
Technologist. Agricultural Experiment Stations (1946-1946).
KRISPVN, EGBERT. Ph.D (University of Pennsylvania)
Professor o0 Germanic Languages and Chairman of
Department (1963- 1968) *
KRONSBEIN. IOHN, Ph D. (Leipzig, Germany), Dr. rer Nai. ljena.
Germany)
Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and
Professor of Ph s.ics (7958-7q58)
KRONSTADT, ALEX. Ph D (University of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Pscholog) (7968-19681
KROPF, LINDA SUZANNE. M.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1970-1970)
KRUMM,ROGER VINCENT,M.A.
L ibranan in charge of Engineerng & Ph) sical Sciences
Library (1951-1970).
KRUSE. JOHN C.. M D. (George Washington Uniersity)
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology(1970-1970)
KUCH, HELGA N.,M D (Unversil of Munich
Resident in Psivchiatr (1968-19691.
KUCH.KLAUS. M D (Universit of Heidelbergl
Resdenr in Psychiarry (1969-7969)
KUCHAREK. THOMAS ALBERT, Ph D IUnniersily of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist) Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences (1970-1970).
KUCK, E. J. NEWBY (Florida College of Medical Technology)
Research Assistant in Anesthesiology (1969-1969).
KUEHR,WANDA LEE, M.A.
Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1970-1970).
KUITERT, LOUISCORNELIUS,Ph D (UniversitE of Kansasi
Professor of Entomology and Nematolog), Entomologist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1948-1965).
KULIG, SHARON, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Speech (1969-1969).
KURTZROCK, GEORGE H., Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Associate Professor of Speech and Director of Audiology
(1956-1967).*
KURZWEG, ULRICH HERMANN, Ph.D (Pnrnceton University I
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and
Mechanics (1968-1968).
KUSHNER, DAVID Z., Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professorof Music (1969-1969).
KWACHKA, PATRICIA, M.A. (University of Florida)
Assistant in Psychiatry(1969-1969).
KYLSTRA, CHESTER DYER, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering (1967-1967).
LABRECQUE, GERMAIN C., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Associate Professor of Entomologyand Supervisorof
Premises Treatment Project-U.S.D.A. Entomology Research
Laboratory (1963-1963).
LACEY, BERT H.,M.A.P.A.
Assistant Director of Sports Publicity (1970-1970).
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 (Universitl of Floridal
Associate Professor of Zoology (1942-1956).
LAI, RONALD 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 (1953-1970).
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).
LAMPERT, SUSAN ELIZABETH, M.S.
Counselor Teacher, Division of Housing (1969-1969).









STAFF AND FACULTY


LANCIANI.CARMINE A ,PhD ICornellUn.iersiivl
Assuisant Professor of Brolog.cal Sciences and Zoology
(1968-1970).
LANDAU, MARCIA E., B.A.
GraduateAssistant(17967-967).
LANDOR. JOHNH .M D [innerIly of Chicago)
Professor of Surgery (169-7%916
LANDSMAN, THEODORE. Ph D |5Sracu~e Un,versity)
Professor of [ducaron f 1958.79591
LANE.C BRONSON Ph D (UniversitV ol Mar)landi
Associate Professor and Aisocrate Dair) Technologist,
Cooperalite I renson Se'rs e(19'0. -9"'0
LANE.DAVID.Ph D IColumbia UniersIYj
Professor of Educatron (954-19'"0
1ANGDON.KENNETHR Ph D tUnisersiY of Floridal
Asisuant Professor ofl Nemarolng, 11966.1961
I 4NGEE.HARVEY ROBERT.M.D (5tanlord Lin,rersitf
Astislant Professor of Psychatrr 17968.17961
LANGFORD. ALLIE CERALD.Ed D (Columbia Unilersiryl
AssocrafeProlfe.o, o f nglih. Ad,, LANGHAM, MAX RAYMOND, Ph.D. (Un.sersjr) of Ilirno.s
Professor Agrculturai conomr l IF S 196.-1970),
L NTOS ROBERTL .MS
Director. Pharmaceurral and Central Srerite Suppl,
Services: Assistant Professor, College of Pharmar v %'-% 96 i.
LANZILLOTTI, ROBERT FRANKLIN Ph D ICalifornia at Berkeley)
Professor of Economics and Dean ofCollege of Bsine~s
Admrnrstrarion 1%969-1%916
LAPOINTE, LEONARD, Ph D IUni% er iy of Colorado)
Assistant Professor of Communicative Disorders, V.A.'
(I%969-7969)
LARCHE,THELMA B.,M.A., in LS.
Assistant Librarian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1963-1968).
LARGE.IOHNRL'NAN Ph D |LniLeUsirn of ArLansaI
Assoc'are Pote,,or i%>or ile Plan" Pa ho)logri I Imeritus
If 4S(I%9
LARKIN ANNREBECCS .Ph D Uiniersa. oColorado)
AssilanrProfessor Nuerorir6nce il'6. 19681
LARKIN.LINN HAI DOCK. PhD (Lin.iersr. of Colorado)
As.stanrProfessorot iuierocienceI9..8-19681
LARRICK, THOMAS, M.Arch.
Professor of Architecture (1946-1946).
LARSEN JANET SEGER.Ed D Linisersiy ol Flordal
4ssuranrProlessorol lngihsi %969-19691
LARSON RICHARD Ph D Nore Dame University)
Associae Proflesor ol S(,iolog) 11968-1968,l
LASLE. MARION MURR I. Ph D IColumbia L'UnersirYi
.AssociateProlesso of Spanrh 1956.-156 i
LATIF, MOHAMMED ABDUL, M.S.
A.i;stant in Eng;neering in Coastal andOceanographic
fne.neering 197%8- 19681
LATOUR, MARINUS HENRY, M.S.E.
Associate Professor ori lcrical nemnepringi 1946-71950
LAU.THOM S IOSEPH MD (Yale Lbnersii I
Re,,dent in Pathnlog, 1196'. 1%'6"
LAUTER,WERNER, Ph.D. (Griefswald)
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1950-1950)."
LAVIRE HILLIS AL% IN, Ed D ILninersits ofFlor.dai
Associate Professot oi Educaron 1196 -7%195
LAWRENCE, FRED PARKER,M.S.A.
Professor(Horrieuliurist I. IF 4 994". 194'1"
LAWRENCE.GORDON D (Claremonr Men sCollegei
Asoc rafe Proles,or of Iducarron (199-1%969
LAWS.DAIDP. Ph D iLn.ser.ri o llInoI.sl
Interim Asrstant Pioflpor oPorrugues P(9"o0- "'O
LEADON, BERNARD MATHEW, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of 'erciparce fnpineeri n I 914-1964).
LEAKE, WOODROW WILSON, M.A.
Interim Graduate Teachng A,-.ranr in Speech 19'10.-19701
LEAENWORTH.RICHARDSTEWtARI PhD iSianlord Un.'ersri'
Assoc 'aeProfesio'of Indui-rialand Strem. Engireerng
(1966-1966).
LEA'vERTON.DA IDR .M D ILnivers,r of Colorado)
Resident & fellow, n Child Pschiarr 196'-. 1967).
LEAVITT BENJAMIN BURTON. Ph D iHarvard Liniersif~)
Asiociare Professor of Bintogiral Scences and Zoolorv (1'46- 1954).


LEA.ITT.NORMA MURIEL Ed D iColumbia Liniersalv
Professor of Profess'onal Phvscat Educarion (7953-1963
LEBER,GAILW.
Assistant Professor fssisranr Meierolog,i. If 45 I 'S5B.
W'ealher Forecasring Servce (1963-196%)
LEBO.GEORGE ROBERT Ph D IUn sersnt of Flor.dai
A4,isran Professor of Asfronnr I94.196-51
LEE.DAVIDBYRON ID ILn.serIv, of Floridal
Assistant Professor rf Compreheniive l ogrc Ad ,ser(1968-1969).
LEE, PERMILLAS ARTEN, Jr.,M.A.
Assistant Professor ol Ph. sral [ducatroni 1948-19511
LEE ROBERTCHARLES.Ph D IPeabodyl
Assoc LEE ROBERT EDW ARD Ed D (Un.sersiI ofFlor.dal
Interim Assistant Profe-sor of !ducaion 7%99-1%9691
LEE,ROBERTMATTHEWS Ed S tuLniversi, ol Floridal
Assistant totheDean College ol la. 3-19631
LEGG,KEITH R., Ph.D. (University of Califor n;al
Associate Professor of Political Scienr (t 196%6-1 6 7).
LEGRAND FERDINAND MS
A),rstant Professor f.Asstant Agronomist I IF AS, Everglades
Exper,menrSlationf7958.-9'0l *
LEHMAN.WILBURL .DD S OhioSlaleUniversity)
Asitfanf Prolessor ol Denrrrrv College of Denr,str 18- 196I%8J
LEIBMAN. KENNETHC .PhD INevv tork University)
Professor ol Pharmacologs (1956-1968i
LEIGHTY, RALPH GEORGE, B.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Soil Surveyor), IFAS, Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1947-1956).
LEIUCH.RON EDGAR Re D IUnniers.) of indianal
Protfeor of Pofest,onal Ph) s.caI tduca,con and Recrearion
(1952-1967).
LEMARCHAND, RENE, Ph D ILiniers.irv ofCaliforniaat Los
Angeles)
Associate Professor of Political Science (1962-1968).
LEMBCKE, BARBARA A., M.A.
Counselor- Teacher, Division of Housing (1968-1968).
LEMBERGER, MAY AUGUST,M.S.
Associate Professor of Pharmar v i "-1971).
LEMOYNE, MCPHERSON, M.A.
Interim Instructor of Economics (1963-1963).
LEONARD, CHESTER D., Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Professor(Horticulturist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station
(1950-1966).
LEPPELMEIER,GAYLE MCKERROW, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Occupational Ther iap 1968- 96%81
LEPPELMEIER, ).W., M.A.
Interim Instructor of Economics (1968-1968).
LERCH HAROLD ALE XANDER.Ph D iOhioSiae L'ni.ersity)
A,,r.anr Proles,or ,' Potp, sior.al Ph ,.c aI tduraron (1968-1968).
LESLIE, GERALD R., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
ProfessorandCharman Deparrmrnin Snc"nings 1I96'. 7%7).
LESTER, W. BERNARD, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Assistant Agricultural Economist, FCC, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1967-7967).
LEVIN SIDNEY.M D iBas lo L'n;,ersifli
A,,ocrare Proifesr' i Ped.,arc a.'d Chairman of Department of
Pediatrics for IHEP(1968-1970).
LEVINSON, LESLIE HAROLD, LL.M.
Professor of Law (1966-1970).
LE%\.C MICHAEL Ir PhD iLUniers,Vr ol\.scons.ni
A ociateProleor oiPs.,hologs T4.tQ'OI
LEVY, JUDITH M., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
LEWALLEN, STEPHEN BUELL, l.D
Interim Instructor (1970-1970).
LEWIS,A.L., Jr., Ph.D. (Duke University)
Associate Professor of Humanities and Philosophy (1957-1966).
LEAWIS.ARTHLR I .Ed D iColumbia University)
Proessor of I dua arion and C h ,rman, Division of Curriculum and
Instruction, College of Education (1970-1970).
LEWIS. H L GRAHAM PhD (Columbia Lnirsersit N
Prole-io of fdu. ar',cn andCh,,fman Depa.-rmPnr .-If1 ,J rdar,,3,at
Foundations (1936-1969).*
LI ';HENf .SAN PhD ,R.Ir,; err,,
A44,iardn Proulfs.Or of E lec r.rl [ ngr.ner'.ne I Q) 1968 9 I










STAFF AND FACULTY


LIEBERMAN, LAWRENCE I ,M.D (Universityol Florida)
Resident in Medicine (7968-1968)
LILES, ANNETTE LUCILLE,M.A ,BS mL S
li brarian and Chairman of Reference and Bibliography
Department. .'ssociare Professor of Librar) Sciences (1947-79701
LIND, STEPHENANDERSON.LL M
Visiting Associate Professor of lawt 1970-19'0.
LINDGREN, ERIKRUNE,Tekn Dr (Royal Instilue of Technology
Sweden)
Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics 11965-1965)
LINDHOLM, FREDARTHUR, Ph.D. (Linersity of Arizona)
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1966-1966)
LINDQUIST CARLW MD IJohnsHopkins LUniersiryl
Intern in Medicine I1970-1970l
LINDQUIST, DONALD ARTHUR,Ph.D. IIowa State College
Professor of Entomology, USDA Insect Arrracrant Behab,or
Research Lab (1970-1970).
LINDQUIST, ROBERT CARL, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1959-1965;
LINDSEY, ELIZABETH M., M.S.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1968. t9681
LIPOVSKI,GERALD JOHN, Ph.D. (Uniersity of Illlnoisi
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineerng 1969- 79691
LISCA, PETER, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsint
Professor of English (1958-1966).
LISLE, FORREST, Jr., M.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture :' 19 '01
LISTER, JAMES, L.. Ed.D. (University of I II nois I
Professorof Education and Chairman Counielor Educaron
Department (1962-1968).
LITCHER,JOHN H., Ph.D. (University of Minnesota I
Assistant Professor of Education (1970- 9 f
LITTELL, RAMON CLARENCE, Ph.D. (Oklahoma Slatei
Assistant Professor Statistics (1970-19 '0
LITTLE, JOSEPH WALLACE, J.D. (Universil ol M.chigan I
Associate Professor of Law(1967-1968)
LLEWELLYN,WILLIAM R., M.S.A. (Uriversity of Florida)
County Agent (on leave); Instructor. IF A S. U S
Embassy, Saigon, Vietnam (1954-1968,*
LLOYD, JAMES EDWARD, Ph.D. (Cornell Lniversitt)
Associate Professor of Entomology 11966- 19 '0)
LOBER, DAVID A., M.D. (State Unive'sis of New or k
Downstate Medical Center)
Intern in Surgery (1970).
LOCASCIO,SALVADORE JOSEPH, Ph D tPurdue Uni ersity~)
Professorof Vegetable Crops, (Horiculturisr Insitrure
of Food and Agricultural Science (1959-19691
LOEHMAN, EDNA TUSAK, Ph.D. (Pu'due Un,,ersilt I
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural
Economist, IFAS, (1970-1970).
LOEHMAN, RONALD ERNEST, Ph.D. I Purdue LU'n, ei sirv I
Assistant Professor of Metallurgica! and kfaterals
Engineering (1970-1970).
LOFGREN, CLIFFORDSWANSON, Ph D LUnisersit) ofFloridai
Assistant Professor of Entomology, L 'SD4 Entr.mologs
Research Lab. (1968-1968).
OFTEN, WILLIAM TRAVIS, M.A.E.
Associate Professor of Education (191 '- 19j '
LOGGINS, PHILLIP EDWARDS, M.S.
Associate Professor of Animal Science and Assoc,ate
Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Eb per imenr Station
(1953-1966).
LONDONO, JAVIER H.,M.D.(Universilv of Antioquia. Columbial
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1969-19 70i
LONG, DONALD EUGENE, M.S.
Assistant Professor (Rural Developmenr Specialisrt
IFAS,(1970-1970).
LONG, STEPHEN GANO, M.A.
Assistant Professor of English, Adviser 1 958-19581 ,
LONG, STERLING KRUEGER, Ph.D. (Un- ersilv ol T7easi
Associate Professor (Associate BacterlnogRo I IfAS.
Citrus Experiment Station (1958-1968,
LOPEZ, CELIA AMALIA, M.S. in L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Acquisitions (196 1966
Lt)PEZ, RAUL I., M.D. (University of F lorda i
Clinical Instructor of Medicine (1970-19701


LOPUCKI. LYNN M. J.D. (University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor of Business Law (967% 967- )
LORA. PEDRO M., M.D. (University ol Havana)
Resident in Anesthesiology (1970-19701
LORE,CHARLES E., M.D.
Clinical Assistant in Surgery (1968-19681
LORENZ,ERHARD
Radiology Instructor (1967-796%7)
LORZ. ALBERT PROTUS, Ph.D. (Univesitc of Virginial
Professor of Vegetable Crops and Horticulturist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1948-1948)
LOWDIN.PER-OLOV,Ph D IUppsalal
Graduate Research Professor of Chemistry and Physics (1960-7960)
LOWE. RONALD EDSEL. Ph D. jPurdue Universily)
Assistant Professor of Entomology (1966.79661
LOWENTHAL, JOSEPH I M.D (Universily of Pennsylvania)
Clinical Associate Professor (IHEP) in Medicine 1968-1968)
LU. SLING I UN, Ph D lCarnegie Institute of Technology)
Associate Professor of Engineering Science and
Mechanics ( 1959-19673)
LUCAS. HOWARDCHARLES.M D. Cornell University)
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (%962-1962J
LUCHT,CHARLES ROSS, M.A
Interim Assistant Professor of English (1969-9691
LUEHRCHARLES POLING.Ph.D (University of California)
Assistanr Professor of Mathematics (7968-19701
LUGO, ARIEL EMILIO, Ph.D. (Unis ersity ol North Carolina)
Assistant Professor (Assisanrt Botanist). IFAS (1969-1969)
LUKE, HERBERT HODGES.Ph D ILouisiana State
Professor (Plant Pathologist, USDA) Institute of Food and
,Agricultural Sciences 1(1955-1955)
LUNDI, HOSE A WILLIA, B.S.A
Associate Professor ( Associate Agronomist) and Head. IFAS.
Suwannee alley Experiment Starton(1946-19551
LUTHER.DOROTHYC.,M A
Associate Professor. College of Nursing 11957-1969)
LUTHERER.LORENZO, Ph D (University of Floridal
Postdoctoral fello%% in Phi siologv 11969-1969)
LUTRICK,MONROE CORNE ALOUS. Ph.D (Ohio Stale)
Assocare Professor (Associate Soils Chemist), IF AS. I, esr
Florida Experiment Sration 17956-1957)
LVNCH. ANNQ. Ed D.(Unier.ry ol Floridal
Assoc ate in Student Mental Health (7968-1968)
LYNCH.ROBERT R.IR .BS Uninersity o iloridal
Director. Information Ser ices (1964-19661
LINN.KENNETH
4,sisrant rraner(1964- %96'
L'ONS. HENRY R.. M D. IGeorgeiown Unisersit y
Associate Professor nPs Pschiatrr Chief of Psychiatric
Sernce 'A Hospital(1960-%967
MxiBLE PHYLLISLOUISE.MS
Assirani Director for Propramming Dn iion of Housing
(1959-196?71
MAC AULMY.NEILL WEBSTER IR ,Ph D University of Texas)
Associate Professor ol History 11965-1969)
MACBETH.IAMES MLEANDER.B S.
Assutant Curator andChairman of Department of Interpretation.
Florida Stare Mfuseum (1970-1970i
MACCULLOUGH DOUGLASBRUCE M A
Ais,srant Regisrrari1966-19661
MACDONALD.VVILLIAMDICKSON S I.D (Universityof
Michigani
Professor of Lai, 17948-19511
MACKENZIE.RICHARDS .,D.D S MS lUniersityofMichigan)
Ph D Liniversits of Pitsbuighl
Professor and Director. Office of Dental Education. College
of Denti,strr 199-19'01
M4CLACHLAN.EMILYSTE ENS.M A
Assiranr Professor of Social Sciences 1(961-1965
MACMILLAN DA 1DM M.D |Universitl of Florida)
Re5,dent in Surger (1%968-19"'0
MACNAUGHTON ROBERT J IR.. M D. I Unnersity of North
Carohnal
Resident in Surgery 11969-19'OF
MADDOX.ROBERT.Ph D IUniversily of Texasl
Sistrant Professor of Management (7969-.969)










STAFF AND FACULTY


MADURO.LOIS ANNE M `
4,sstant Professor of Occ upational Therapy, VA. ', (196-1967).
MAGIE.ROBERTODGEN Ph D (LUniserlt oo iSt, onsni
ProfessorfPljanParhologfl f 14S C,ull -. a., per.,mPein
Statron1954-19.5 l
MAHIG. IOSEPH. Ph.D (Ohio State
Ai.sacateProfessor ola Mechanica In ,'g.nmoerng i -*. '.,%I
MAHON,JOHN KEITH, Ph D IL nlisvesI oi California at
Ios Angelesi
Proleisor oi Hr-iors and Chairman otDepartment (1954-1966).
MNIHONEN IJOHNIRIEND Ph D ILr.hghL n,...rsil,.
Associale Prnte.cci, .,-if indu.lr.jl Ind ,,i..n. Ingineer-
,nig 1964-1%."o
MAJORS, RAYMOND KEITH, M S.
Assistant inAnesthesiology
MAKLEY,JOHNT MD iCase WeilernRete-rei
ResearchFeiine ,nOthnpeihr Suister r i iQ-.I796,
MALAGODI.ED'AA.RDF IR PhD IL ni.prer.,ci% \,m
A'intni Prnieio' cil Piuch.)IOt'. 11 t8- lQ,, i
MALICKSON, DAVID L.. M.S.
Interim Assistant Professor of journalism and
Communications (1969-969).
MALKL S HERBERT LEON Ph D ilova Srai.e
Interim At%%Klrvn Pr.jofe.- r w Chem.-rn I ?%sa. I"w,,
MALO SIMONED%,ARD.PhD iL'nter.is of Florida)
4silant Profle.on I 4si-ani Ho)i ultur?,n IFAS, Sub-Tropical
Experiment Station (1964-1964).
MALONEY,FRANK EDWARD, .D.
Professor of Law(1946-1951). *
MALVERN,L ARENCEEARL Ph D IBr6'wn L'ner,l i
Professor oltng.rn er.ng Sienr i jni3 i, ..h.i ic.l ;' '-.r- l 'a
MALVERN, MARJORIE, Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor of Humanities (1969-1970).
MALZONE VIILLIAMF MD ILniser ,iof Florida)
Re,,dent in sfedi...,n I 79%Q. I %Q,
MANDELL I MES NMD iLn. er,,pivof Florida)
Intern in Mfedfi:.ne 19' '0-19'0
MANDELL,JEFFREY HOWARD, M.A.
Interim Assistant Professorof Insurance (1969-1969).
MANDERS, ARNFINN MOE, Ph.D. (Polytechnic Institute of
Brooklyn)
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. GENESYS-Port
Canaveral (1964-1964),
MANGUM, SHEILA ANN, M.S. in L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Caratlei in. 19 -",1
MANISCALCOJACK E., M.D. (University of Florida)
Intern in Surgery (1970).
MANN CHARLISH M D i%,esl \ irginid L n,.er,1 ,
Resdenr in Surpr, i 19'O)i
MANNING IOHN H ES. Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Piofle:,ri no Buildn g C.-.nstruction (1969-1969).
MANS, RUSTY J., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Proi3fe., r r,if Jd,,ai.r,i .- .-. e.-, ar1. i Immunologyand
,'.lpe.J.,,i i .i. b.-.b/le i 71,* '. t'S "'
MANSELL, ROBERT S Ph D IL nie,,1, oi ,ea)
Assistant Piote, i'r i A ,,iani S.,oiPlh, ,r if AS, Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1968-1968).
MAPLES, WILLIAMR. PhD iL'nieirt. oli Te.d,,
Assistant Professorot 4raihrp.i..r., -i '19. i%.q,
MARAULIA, MATTHEW DANIEL, B.S.
Instructor (Assistant in Chemistry), IFAS, FCC. Citrus
Experiment Srar,.,, 7l (. %rij,
MARBAN IORCF ANGEL Ph D ,. r,.Lerr,r oi Fior,di,
4ASr.nt Profesfor i, indutrdl arnd S.r -r..n, fr. er,.-ring
%969.-169J
MARCLS. NE141 M D i,%ahhingr r,-,n n,.rr.,iiatSt. Louis)
Re -dentn Surge-r i 1967.1 T'pi
MARCUS, ROBERT BROWN, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Profeior, flPhscai '.r"..-,. ;.n,Ji- .e- frj,, Adviser (1955-1968)
MAREN, THOMAS H M. D ilohr. Hookpn. University)
Professor andChj,rmnanor DE..pirr ni o,, Pn3.ma, ,s,.a.
(1955-1955).
MARGOLIS, MAXINE LU ANN A Ph D IColumba University)
Assistant Professorof Anth,..Dol:r 1E'6. I9-196'1,
MARGULIS. STEPHEN T Ph D IL .-iirs.iof Minnesota)
Assistant Professor of Psychology(1965-1965).


MARKEL NORMIAN .Ph D I n,,',.,, .i.l(.i h. .jKi,
A',,OrwaJ( Pror ri 1.1 r. r.,' P. .. h, I i,'. a,.iIf 4,ihr, I .
(1964-168),
MARLAMT.ROBERTBRI C[ Ph DO ILn,,ei.,,.,i Ai.ona)
As,ocare Prole,..i I | ,. Pl,- ,ir p P ril .,,,. i,r i IAS. S b-
Troprcal I ,per,mern tn S,,,'n, 1 4 -. I .4 ,
M ARLO'IE C F IP PhD i.Ln,..iril, c. ".1ar Ildr.d
Prniei.riChd.rm.ran D.-par'd'r.r,r.. i ,fr.jl- Cropsand
Hr,ritulur",, i If 4A Itl -4. Isr,'
MAROUSKY, FRANCISJ.,Ph.D i0 Lr ni. r or ,i irn.n.
AssistantProfessor(Asstsfan ,r,, .,hu'.,rr' if I I t J A, Gulf
Coast Experiment Station (f967-1967)
MARRIOTT HENRI I L .1 D 1O.idid n,.-r,,
_l,n. MARSH, BURTON W., M.D (University of Floridal
Resident in Surgery (1968-1970)
MARSH LL.SIDNE) PALL Ph D it ri,,,,,i ut Mr.nn,.,ria,
Pr,0 e .or. o Dl ri S ,-rh 'r. ,l* j.r \u '....'.r..,r .e... ullu'di
Experiment Stations (1942-7958).
MARTIN FRANK C PhD | )INullh(a.lr,i. ',je.Cijiec
A,... ,arF- Prll ...., r.i Sr i, r,, 4c., ri,,. t, ,. r n ,I.r,
Station (1964-1964).
MARTIN RICHARDA 't D i. r,,.i...... .,i Flor,d.J,
Intern in k.fped.fn'i, 1iJ''r. '',li
MARTIN,SAMUELP %t D i,\ ashhnzrn l n,.,r.,r, ar'I L,-u'.,
M;s.Ouri,
Pot', .,r ,., Medicine(1956-1956).
MARTIN, THOMAS E.,M.S.8.C.
Assistant P if ..,.r -'',.,i, i Construction(1964-7969)
MARTINELLO, MARIAN LETITIA. Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Education l1970-1970/
MARTINEZ IESLU' 1 r f 'nivneri. nIt .in-i
Re -arrh 4 ..rjrt.n moj.. I %r,. 1 ,r,"
MARTINEZ, JORGE, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Mat hematics (1969-7970).
MARVEL,MASONEDWIN,Ph.D. i r.-.. ..,i .,,I V. i '.,1r,,
Vegetable Crops Specialist. r .iiii., .. i,....i '...,I rncultural
Science, Chiefof Party Viernam,; (S. Embassy. Saigon,
Vietnam (7957-1970)
MARZKE, FREDERICK OTTO, Ph.D ,r ,,a. University)
A .- .;'ei Pr, .,, ,,. ,, f F r,.rr., ,/'.L i "/1 4 I,-,o. Atractant

MASAGATANI, GLADYS NOBUKO, BA.
Instructor fC)ir. r,,I... it,. ,, .. I, .i.R 1968)
MASCARO, GUILLERMO F., Ph.D. (Princeton L university)
Assistant Professor olf Psychology (1968-1968).
MASE, DARRELJAY, Ph.D .C.lurn.b.a l.l n.,..r .;.
Dean of he College of is ,isih, r,.,, iP. ,. i,,,,tProfessor
of Speech (1950-1958)
MASK IN, MEYER, H., M.D (Wayne Universityj
P.'ui,( |r -,IP., h. r> l 1,I"A. 1cM.
MASON ICOHF ".1 D ii r,.,'r.,rof Florida)
Clinical Instructor (1968-1%969)
MASON, MICHAEL L., MA
Assistant Pr,if-. .-,*n P .-. i, .. ',
MASSEY, THOMAS, M.Ed.
Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory 5chool(1966-1969),
MATHIS, WILLIAM KARY,JR.,P- ', T,.,I, Ra i ., .. r. i
Assistant Professor(Assistant I i-,1 i, iI', ..
MATTHEWS,CHARLESARN )L hD Ph D ., .i ,,i',r,,
Professoroffinanceand ~ i .. ..,-, ,1 ,it I .
Insurance (1948-1957).
MATTHEWS, RICHARD FINIS, Ph D. (( r, r,,.,,.,
Associate Food Technologis. Agricult rural Extens on Service
(1965-1965)
MATURO,FRANKj. S.,JR.,Ph.D.. Duk,- r...Ir,..
Associate Professor of Zoology '.I,., .1 .ii, ,.. Laboratory,
Division of Biological Sciences (1958-1970). *
MAL CERI ARIHt R A .I1D ,-.eriv,.,, -'University)
C ln rj hl ,.li, .n .f. ef.. ..- .7"-,.*. 1' i
MAUDERLI,MAX OTTO Ph D .. n,.,., ..i P.-.... i. ,,.,
Associate Professoroft( rn., f',A '~,.
MALDEPLI V- LTIER Dt .1 -,.-i., ofZurich)
Poi- .,-ir -R.. R,.J... P . ...* .r environmental n ineering
(7960-1965)











STAFF AND FACULTY


MAULDIN RICHARDDANIEL PhD iLinnerslt ol Texasl
4'e tnire Pioti-(i'..o Me lrbf m.r,( II4.- 196 1
MAURER, NANCYE, M.S. N.
Instructor, rM.lr.'Rg %.) Nurng,i 179' ). 'O"
MAUTZ,ROBERTBARBEAU,LL B i\aleLn,..er,.a, I LL D
ijack.Connldle L n erels' I L H D illnieriets oF Frlordal
Pre.,te.or o Ilan I1950-' lQ3hJ *
MA%%EELL STEPHEN IACKiSON Ph D lLn,nie#%sit ol Florcdal
tnrpieem Inrtulf r-ri rel \fajrhI-mLIrr., 79191. 19'll1
MAXWELL,WAYNE P., M.Ed.
TeacherP.K. Yonge Laboras' r. Sch.-e, 1%969. -Q01
MAY, FRANKPiERCF Ph D iLn.eriir, ol Florddal
ProfessorofChrrmn .,lftn:re-r.ne,'rii QSS-969c
MAY,FRANKLIN E., B.S. (Mert- er Lin.er,,i .
Assistant in Medicine (1970- l 'il1
MAYBERRY, MAURICE E., B.S B A
Director, nr,.,e. Pljrrr,( .. Platrrf nrt 0ta r`Q397
MAYER,MARION SIDNEY, PhD 1 Tewa. &&MT LiUner ,li l
Assistant Professorof Entor I d L i cii%6 1966,
MAYERSDORF,ASSAM.D.(1-adastjh-Hebrep L ri..ere,,i lerusalemrr
Resident and Instructor in h lei -,., irI t "-. 9'70
MAYL,NATHAN,M.D. (Stanf :.,d Lin..er'csi
Resrdent in Surt-rcs I19 7 -Q6 Il-
MAhNO GLEN NI D iasahingron Uni.er.ir, i
Penidetr .n Radl. i.r.t, t1ri. l N49
MCALEER, NANCY MARIE, N Ed
Interim Instructor of Educai-o, i IQ "-. I 'fli
MCALISTER,LYLE NELSON,Ph D IL'n.,eri, r,t Calre.orniai
Projle .- n H .r)i air,n~ j (,riu afp' e r..i linat r lt t hl-e r
(1950-1963).
MCBRIDE,MARTHACOACHNIA N N Ed
Counselor-Tea.',h D, c,,.. r, t-i',u-. .tc 1 ', 19.Ri
MCBRIDE, ROBERTGREEN, B A
C(ounji ln D.t nn ft HtIue r-,idr I7 "'- -190"'
MCCABE, SUSAN P.,M.N.
Instructor,'-. ,1t. ,, .' 8
MCCACHREN 1 MESROLAND ,IM
A.,tar. Pr, .t.Fi,.)r rl Ph, .,l lc ,ir ir,..if 4A, i- rnr fi ket-raill
Coach (1946-1946).
MCCALEB,)OHNEARL, Ph.D ITe ac \&Mt_ ni.e.-I.I
Associate Professor,i ".e ,t. Le-ri, .T i,.r li AS R ,,e C e( trle
Experiment Station ( 1iS I if 7
MCCALL,JAMESCLAYTONM S A
RuralAreas Development (5per d,,l. a.gr ulrur IlE .ri-n- ,
Service (1961-1961).
MCCALL, PETER T., M.Ed,
Teacher,PK. v nr (1970- l'ec
MCCARTHY, KEVINMICHAEL PhD INerhhCrr,el.na,n
Assistant Professor of English I T qc. 79AQ I
MCCAULLEY,MARY HAWLE v Ph D iTemple In.er-,.i, I
Assistant Professor of Cl..... lPP.,e h...lrD Ie, l IJ. I
MCCLAMROCH,JAMESM.,.M D iFmorc, Un,.ce.r-,
Clinicall Instructor in Medi ,nr c ltc;c. I 5i,?,
MCCLOUDDARELL EDISON Ph D iPurdue l. r,.er.,i I
ChairmanandProfessorof Artron.'im, iF ASI JS.-Qr., .
MCCOLLOL' H ROBERT H M D IUnierieil ol FIc.rdil
Clinr lln,truc r.r rn, Pt.e i. irr 190"'.7Qn i
MCCOLLOUGH, WILLIAM A M A
Interim Teaching Associate i, F.ri n,--, 9n w'. lQ'il
MCCORDDALE L.,M.D. (Medi, all Colleg1- LoI Cecog.a
Resident in Radiology (197,.e- i.
MCCORNACK, ANDREW AD P'-1 MS
Associate Professor (Assoc... lI re. ie.. ,iu, i i ,AS I te.e
Experiment Station, Departrri-,, .i r-.rrj. e Is. I',
MCCOWN,JACKTHOMAS Ph D ILini..erl, ., l NerlhCartlinai
Professor(Extension Distri r Aeir'r n It4 i 11 l i
MCCOYFRANCISTYRONE I 0
Professor of law (1955-197- 1
MCCRAW,JOHNB.,M.D. (LUni.Pr. r,, il Mi -.ouri
Resident in Surgery (1968-1a 'i c
MCCRORY,CHARLESF., M D Ln.,er.,i, ri Ternr,e. fei,
ClinicalAssociate in Ophtn,' l.,,-o' e l'ce 11i r
MCCULLENJOHN LOUIS, A
Interim Instructorin Social4, *i e .,,J-.Hiim, a r.," 1I,4. I..w I I
MCCULLERS,LEVISDUVAL PN .
LecturerofAr ...i..c ,,iee e 'et,. r'iel, I


MCC LINE. SHNNON.Ph D cClark LiUn.ersil I
Profte nr and Chafrmanrf Georajph 11969.- 9691
MCDONALD.ELLENNMARIE M Ak
Inerructor. P l aongrfldabnrafo School t7957-19621
MCDONALD.NANC', f .FM 5 W
A4,ociarl, Priore%,r ot P, rh.ar fSooal \ o k It 1 960.1-951
MCDONOLIGH.IOHNROBERT. I D IUniers.Ip of Florida)
A -,ranr La%% Lhr.eruan. rifllpePol Iar 7%9. 19A69
MNCELIAEE EDGACR\%%RREN,PhD IOhioSlareULninersi.yl
ProleF, r, I Ofnamr .e i .f, nrl,eiLJuri,,ri IF 45 1953-19561
MCE'. ER.IARi LOU Edl D iLUrnersi.le ol Florida
4,.,rant Prc.re-i or )n RH hi.,bidra'nn r(-rn.u elingi 969-19691
MCFADDEN SAMUELEDGAR Ir PhD LUn.eersavIof. rgniaic
Av,:tjnl Pinlfeior I 4..A jnr Oenamenral Horeculruririj 14I
r1950-. 1950
MCFA D'EN DON4tLDCARL.M Ed
In.rrucrotr of Educarion P K onef ri %b-19'O)
MCFARLANE JAMES B De-
A,.iranrfl Prof-..)rot 4rrh..i re- r e f 095) -196ol
PACF I.RL ANE. IUD\ D NI N
In.rructor C.fllpe ef l Nur.,ng 7969- 7969
MICFERRIN ION BERRN PhD ,Uni.ere,Is ofNorthCarolinai
Prolet'i)r of n fiin 11i 7991. 194Ai1 Dlre-nr ',c Graduate Steudee
in the C.--llegp-rI Bu.ne,. 4, ninrraiInn r 195bl
MCGEE I NMESH D Ni lOklahoma aileULnieeri, ol1
Agrif.ullurednd \ppl. -d.cencei
Potr Dodtor.jieF lId en Parhr.lnvi 7964I
MCGEE IE ANE A B iRolljn.Collegel
A,,i..ranr .n P.,rhiar, j l%q. 7-I9
MCGEE RICHARDkEITH PhD \anderbill Lini.eri., 1
4.O.-e.ifPr,I.C ell l.nr"lJ ,P,-h l1nig, ande Pot hleleeiV
7 l4t, 'eo- I
F.OiC-rO N i, ILLI A ALBERT B S
Ai'iii.rjirie F.. settall e, t..-', I"qeir' 7t6R I
MCCRAMI FRANK I.ILLIANi.-r NM Ed
-, .rjuerto Pk i on g Ldhbarn,'n S.'hi:,ol1 1960-796-41
NiMCC1'IIGN AiIMESE .MD iSi lou .School o lNiedc inel
Proif...or and Chtip ror ( ernntc e(i;ehv ancdProte.eor ot
Irrimun,)l.-,g ajnd .f,1.-1t-iidl P.fIe IOhIIInlc
MCCGuIRE INCENT EdrD oL'n.erile of Flurdali
Prole, f.r i fij. ,..irn 1.94'. 1'960I "
MCINTARE ARCHIB\LDED4.\ RDC B :i A I Un.er sii, ol floidai
&.lnaL7t-r fPltiad ouindil nnr e' Pr.eIlu. Ini: I AS
S196Qe- 196,
NMCK NN MICHAEL RA\SOR IMLS
LhrrinandrCh,''mani af 4,. ii.ii.n. DparrmenrreQl. 19'9"'0
1CI EE \ ERNONC Ph D HIIjAa lraleLinrieri ly,
4,.,u (- Pr. r e '|i rrr.re if Prr. )trri, Planring I IF AS

NICKENN A.IARION E Ed D iL'nie.ir,s oLt Flnridal
4 ,( re Pr 'iep.-iof A;.-.fatnr Ip r h-li.r C a'lujare' PouR rari-%.
(_ollrpEi i- N I 7,e,, 'rg I crA. 1'1.11
MCKERN% KENNETH%%ILSHIRE Ph D iMcGill Li'nceis i
Ploef.,,.".r ti, O-htr'lri, dnl (" i re l > iilfl lQe 'h. 7 ?i
tMCLE N FREDERICK %% M.D 1 i Mae quut L'ner-.ill i

NMCLE[N I NMESP %I B E
4tilmenitrj[n e i lradnr, Ir. l'.1" i
MC(LENDON ETHEl i N m nS
4,. ,rler pri ,e ,,er Lihrae ,'ii ( ,i*i 7qei. 19bl
P.IMtiAHAN THOMNIC k N D ieSa\h,ngvr.:.r.Lne,er.r,i
me -r ,ic ,".lr ,-e i i 1 ie. tS'rei
MCMILLAN PALILCLIFFORD B A
Bui.jleng Serce SupcrlnrennenrirI 958 -.161
>i'.PCIIl \N ROBERT THOM 1q IR Ph D iS\ash.r,Egron ade
Lin er, .,i,
S.tadnr Penpr.net ...tnr Planr Pjihoilo ,r II A4i Sub
r.i.i,.f f epeTrrinr e Sre I e .nr I t'i "" 1bI9h
MCMILLIN NIR\NR Ed D IUn1iere.ils ot Flor.dal
4,,,tainl Prilleei ler ice LduaJerenr I e ,'e. 7I9'(cc

MCMNItILAN PATRICIA NI S
Re'Pafcht A. ,O -at' Cntlle-e i)l N.,,n 1ne 798. I6-%8
MCMLURRAIN TRLNIAN THOMA.S Ph D (lUineri, olGeoirgal
Interim 4,..srant Ptrri .,.r irlo diju jrrr.n I W 0''l. 19'01
kICNAB BRIAINKEITH PhD IULnieri.Is ol iSiconsinl
"iocniae Profl.i r i.. t Zer. le .e 7 l 6 lo b -19641








STAFF AND FACULTY


MCNAIRY, ALICE HALL.M.Ln.
4 a..-,aret'brar...r. 4c.n ,.Si ,.,, s. 1t.1970)
MiCNEEL1 RITHI. R M 1 %I g
Purcj,,hj.ne mI-.nr H, ihh ( .r, f (19-52?1%3)
MCNEER,GORDON E..M.A.
Inifornm 4,,imn Pi',rr'.... .r Ip,.. .,1970-1970)
MCPHERSON, WILLIAM KENNETH. M.S.
Pri. ,ilrf..o t.jf 'L, L.Jr,j l t'",n, IP .. irnt i*r. i,, .fijr ,f s ,irs,,,i,.r,
A4 nrruffuraji pt rimirTi .r.f I 111, i .7Tc I,
MCPHERSON, WOODROW WILSON, Ph.D. (Harvard University)
C(.raduareRPe r., hfa Fir. ,r A,- ar r...rr di Economics
(1962-1962)
MCQIO'ITT iOHN% Ph D i, r..pe.,i, ,a iken lui,,
I n le vr .,t ea ,-n r. .,' n ,iP ri ...n P , i,. 1 T -.'' rit5 A
MCQUOWN, O. RUTH, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Political Science (1961-1966).
MCRAE, JOHN MALCOLM, M.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1967-1970).
MCRAE. THOMAS GARLAND, M.S.
GraduateResearchAssociateinAerospac Fi,,*- .......... ',11 8 t fQR
MCTEER,ROBERT). B.S.B.A.
Assistant Business Manager. Division ot Intercollegiate
Athletics (1971-1971).
MEADCH ,RIE1sA M11) i=e.:.rg ( \.ahr,r]jn r. r,. r ;i.,)
Clinical ratr P .- .r r-..'. % ',
MEAD. FRANK WALDRETH, M.S.
4-Aoianf Pre.r ..-r. I fiitr i t '", ICS IC. ',.
MEADOWS. EDWIN HARRIS JR. M. Ag.
Associate in Engineering in Chemical Lngineering (1969-1969)
ME;ADO%%S RICH 4RD L M D .L n..Pr.,.. ,rr,,,, r- -,1 ,
Cfin'cd/ A.t.o n P. r ,. F,,art 1".h 1'.* '.,'
MEANS. LARRYW., Ph.D F)r r ,T. ,ri I r,., v .,i. ,
Postdoctoral Fellow,. '. *' "., .' h,.,,,. ,, i'Sc (1968-1968).
MEDINA lOSEE D S ii- n,,,er-o.i oi,v ,ljar,df,
Deari and P ite.-. r -.r' ..i I31. ., ,;.r., ei ,. fDentistry
(1967-1970).
M EEI PH'LLI [,1 D ,t n., t,,-r.,.. i ..r da)
4.,, a, J1 '.,, ... t ., ,, ..r,, ,, r1966-1969)
MEGENITY JEAN,M.S.
Interim Instructor, (. -i.t, Nursing (1970-1970).
MEGILL, KENNETH ALDEN, Ph.D. (Ya'r. t r,.. e .i, i
4s ,ianp ponf'. ,,r,1 v i i..,.ptv. I lai' t'.i
MFHIBERC HF R'R Ph, D iL n..er.,r.. ,....
S;- r ,dui"rlc.,-,.rh' Pe,'e., ..ir..r P i... ,pr, ,i,,l ,. '1970-1970),
MENASCO,WILLIE TR A I a., ,1 ii,,,l.i, siale University)
Assistant Professor. (Area Assistant Farm Management
Specialist. IFAS, (1969-1969)
MENDENHALL, HIRAM \. M D r.,i-. ,.I., of California)
Associate Professor of Ot-v. rtri,.r.,.. n..cology(1966-1970).
MENDENHALL,VONTHATCHIP Ph D i0Or2we.r. ,,ie r, .-r,ity)
Assistant Professor (Assistant f.- ...v.i.r.., ait t,'.,Q. I,,
MENDENHALL.WILLIAM, Ph.D. (NorthCarolina Stat tL.li L e. ,
Professor of Statistics and Chairman of Department I. t a.,- f. 11
MENKE, CHARLOTTE NADINE, B.S.B.A.
Research Instructor, Bureau of Economic and Business

MENKE,WARRENW.. Ph.D. (Purdue L'r,;. r.;1, i
Associate Professor of Management, 1 r',
MERKEL, EDWARD PAUL, B.S.
Instructor of Entomology (1966-1966).
MERRILL, JOHN ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (Princeton)
Visiting Professor of Astronomy (1969-1969).
MERRITT, HARRY C .JR., M.S.
Associate Professor of Architecture(1960-1968).
MERRITT, WYNDELLHi %I M D ii n..i.,rTrvof NorthCarolina)
Residentin Surgery. 14,r Io'i-,1
MESA, ROSA QUINTERO, M.S.LS.
Assistant Librarian.Documents (1961-1961).
MESCH, BARRY, B.S.
Interim Assistant Professor of Religion (1969-1969).
MEURLOTT, KAY BARRY, M.A,
Assistant Editor. Agricultural Experiment Stations. Assistant
Communications Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1963-1963)


MEYERHOLZ.GEORGE ILLIAM,n V0 M .1 1,~ M ,1,- L n..,., ;.
Associate Professor(fxtension Vi. ... r,,., I-, i r. I ,t..... I
and Agricultural Sciences f 968-1968)
MEYERS, HARRY GEORGE,M.S.A.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist), If AS
(1966-1966)
MICHA. DAVIDAILNANP' 1 1 .i, ,t, .... .
As-ociate Protessor of i .. . ., I Ia., 1969)
MICH All mA \1 D i0r.il.l r,-.o .,', ,
l.n ,. w. .. ., .r '.I .. ., ,, ,ri 4. .. ,, Dean for
Jacksonville Hospitals Educational Programs (1959-1968).
MICHAEL,WARREN T., B.S.A.
Assistant Directori.r Pt,... Pu I, ,'1966-1966),
MIFFINMARTIN DAVID, "h ,D it n..--r ,.iof Nevada)
Associate Professor of Geology (1969-1969)
MILAM, lAMES RILEY,B.S.A.
Manager of Laboratories. Bacteriology (1963-1963)
M ILES,GEORGEG.. M D IL..,nk; ijnJ ,-,,. r,.i.,
Clinical Instructor.., .., ih .,, .. .I,,. i 1 4,,
MILES, GUY SIMPSON, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt Universityl
Associate Professor of English (1957-1957)
M ILES, W ILLIAM T., Ph.D. I n;...r.. ,v P.-r,n. n .,n;,,,
Interim Visting Assistant Pr.i ..... .. i t.. n-.,r. ''. l -. ,.
MILLAR,JAMECARREE.M.A
A. ,. ,1 P ..., , ,, Education(1948-1962)
MILLERi H l [NN '1 i0l r,,....... I.ofChiragol
A .. ., *r, f'f I l ... r p .. r, j i.. 1- I 1 I.
MILLER.CAROL RAYMOND, Ph.D, (Clemson University%
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist) Institute of food
and Agricultural Sciences (1964-1964)
MILLER,DONALDRICHARD, P-, D ii ,r. r-r. ofToronto)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
GENESYS Port Canaveral (1969-1969).
M ILLER.ERRNFTC III '.1I Tul Ir., r,;.,r.;I.
ClinicalA .. i' .. ,,, 1 ..-.. I r.
MILLER,GEORGE H. JR.,M.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Division of Urology
(1958-1964)
MILLER, HOWARD N., Ph.D. (University of California)
Professor (Plant Pathologist; Institute of food and Agricultural
Sciences (1948-1955).
MILLER. JAMESW., JR.,M.S.F.
Professor of jogging and lumbering and Forester. Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1936-1951)
MILLER, JOHN WILLIAM. Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Plant Pathologist, Division of Plant Inldustry (1968-7968)
MILLER. ROBERT. M.D. (University of Miami)
Resident in Medicine (1970-1970).
MILLER, ROBERT H., M.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrir s1968-1970)
MILLER.WARREN B., M.D. (University oflorida)
Research Assistant in Psy hi.atry (1969-1969)
MILLIKAN, JAMES D. Ph.D. (Yale University)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1967-1967)
MILLION, RODNEY R..M.D. (Indiana Medical School)
Professor of Radiology (1964-%969)
MILNER, GILBERT C.. M.D (University o( Texas)
Resident inPsychiatry (1969-1969)
MILTON, JAMESEDMUND,P-. L1 .i r.. r .ir I i.r,J
Assistant Professor of Aerios. .. . .. .. I ,. Ia'i
MILTON.RL THLOUISEM.S.
Associate Professor (Ass i iate State 4-H Club Agent). If AS.
(1952-1966)"*
MINCEY,WILBLR FRANKLIN
Assistant Profenssr (Assistart MeIterologist IFA S. ( SiAWB
Weather Foretcasting Service, 1959-1959)
MISHRA.RADHAKANTA Ph.DF
A4 ... .r ... 4 ,,.l ,, '
M I' H[I l R '), '-' A*. '. tI
Coordinator for Disadvantaged Students and Mmorit y Groups
(1969-1969)
MITCHELL,VERVIL LOU ENE, M.S.
Assistant P', i .. ...., .' i. .i. family Economics
Specialist), I1 1s,15f '-i.
MOCKEL, ANDRE JACQUES, Ph.D Universite Librede Bruxelles)
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering Sciences (1966-1970)









STAFF AND FACULTY


MODELL IEROME H Mi D IL'nersill ol Minnesorai
Prolesor ,r,L.Chj.rm i, .I Ant.rhessolhog 17%9-19691
MOFF AT ROBERTC L LL Mi iL'niersitolS.dnies1
4 0soafi Pr.t,'. .,r i ,lI II )- 19681
MONIF.GILLESR G %i D (Boston Uniieiin) I
A*i.,,-ijri Prolr .:.rni (hr,h.ir rand r,e nct uJluJ,> 1 1968. 1o8)
MONSEES.CANDACE CLARK, M.A.
Interim Instructor *nS-,K Itcienr p. i 19,9.0l9-9i
MONSEEN DAIDM Ph D iLin,.ers5i o Chicago)
A ,.r.ani Profpe, ,r .it S.'.ci..i 19Qh- F 064i
MONTELARO. I NMES Ph D (Lni.ers.iv of Flonida)
Vegetabl"Crop. Spf.-,aJlr Acr.ruliuralEfren.,on Serv.re

MONTGOMERY, HOYLE FLEMING Jr., M.A.in L.S.
Aiceare L hr r,.in R.-t.-r"n,' jrad B thlr.grraph 171962. I''i1
MONTI, LAURA VIRGINIA,M.S.L.S.
Librarian and Chairman of Special Collections (1957-1970).
MOODY, LINDA E.,MN
Interim Instructor, (oll-.' gr. ,',> .,ng 7 l%9-19691
MOON BEN L NE BS B A
Edior Bur,'arii'lr,,-,im,r and Bu. ,n. RP(archi 1966-1966).
MOONEY ERNEST GORDON MPE
,>tdanl Proyipe.irr i- Ph ", al Edturarton 1 1945-1956).
MOONEYHAM, ALCUS RAY, B.S.B.A.
4,irajnr Dre,:r.,r Dppj~rmrr,, iifCorr,',pondence Study,
D IO ie oi' 'no l -r i E o i lufi "n f j. ,jnr l "1 9 7 ) .
MOORE, ALAN CONINGSBY, M.Ed.
Associate Professor of Physical Education (1953-1969).
MOORE,G.ALEXANDER,jr., P D iCoiumba Lin,.eri.) i
Associate Professor andActirt Chi ,ran a, r,rihipi:l,}i
(1969-1970).
MOORE,G. PAUL, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Professor of Speech; Chairman, Department of Speech (1961-1961).
MOORE, GRANVILLE ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of Anthropology (1966-1969).
MOORE,JOHN EDWARD Ph D iUni;.e.-i. of Oh;ol
Associate Professor of Ar,.ni.I .n. n -n, ..r, .jl. Animal
Nutritionist.,.tkulhir ,l ,p, r,1.m ,-r MOORE, JUDYL.,M.N.
Interim Assistant ProfessorC, Mlle.er-.i \,.ur,,n 1 9'i. 79'i'
MOORE, THERAL ORVIS, Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Associate Professor of Mathematics (1955-1966).
MOORE THOMA1 t D iLmi,er,ii ,c FlorIda,
(lri. illnti r lJi, r Mitra -r I l'r,' ".7in'i I
MOORE tILLIAM M. D IEmc.r, L'n,.Pis.,,i
CIhn.ral 4,1...r1i r..ir ,.rr i. Srr-rir 744. -t%9y i
MOORE, WILLIAM EDGAR, Ph.D. (Peabody Institute of the City of
Baltimore)
Professor (Conpr'. r,-. l.,-i. rn. I Chairman of Department;
Directoroft '.vil-, .'-hf I ,,...r, ,'.ii,, e(1930-1962).*
MOREFIELD, JOHN DANIEL, M.A.
Instructor in English, Adviser (1968-1970).
MORELAND iL.INF Di rj I "r,.'i ., i:iCr.reM
4 ",-,,--,ar- Pr.ir, ,, ,r ', *r s r..rrm,'aral i o.f ,. nir- nl D) r .-r. ir i,
An,mJiD part.irn,,',( 19,i. lt f rti
MORERA, JULIO E., M.D. (University of Miami)
Clinical Instructor of Medicine (1968-1969).
MORGAN,ALICE ESTHER, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Education (1963-1968),
MORGAN, BERNARD, L., M.D. (University of London)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (1968-1969).
MORGAN IME',l EdD ll 'nierlr.,t i.lor.ddl
Co,'r,,i i.,, P'.., t ... .',.r i ,,, ,r C. ,r,... lng Center (1967-1967).
MORGANJOHN,M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Clinical Fellow in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
MORGAN, PHILIP BONE, Ph.D. (Kansas State College)
P,',-,h.,,..r.,f fnt ..ni ,I.., ,,.I F;ri,,rn (,-ri'; USDA Entomology
P ".." art t .J ., i ..', I ,,'.. I qo-I
MORGAN,WILLIAM HERMAN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Director, Water Resources Research Center and Associate
Pr,-ll ..l lf .l E .,, ,riftn.,,r iit |,.',n, r.,"L' l 1"a ". I 'li "
MORRALL, JOHN FRIPP, Ph.D (University of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1969-1969).
MORRIS,ALTON CHESTER, Ph n .-r..1 ,.i North Carolina)
ProfessorofEnglish andActi,,; ('Ct, ,,n,.. 1Ih, Department
(1927-1969).


MORRIS.CHARLESWILLI4M.PhD (LIn.ersityof Chicagol
Graduate Research Prolessor ol Phrinsophy(1958-1958)
MORRIS.IOE SCOTT.LL M
AssocraieProfesiorof laiwf(%'-7970 *
MORRIS.JOSEPH L .M D (ale Universil I
Resident in Suriger f 1968-1970'p
MORRIS.KENNETH D BSB A
Assisranr n .4dm,nitraiont (964-17964
MORRIS.LENW MD (WashingtonUnmersity|
Resident in Radolong, (1970-19701
MORRIS SIDNEN ALLEN, Ph.D. (Flinders Universityof South
Australia)
Pordorroral Fello AMarhemat,, 7970-.19701
MORRISON CLA TON ALLISON M S E
Assltant Prole,or of Mfechan.cal Engineeringf 1962.19661.
MORRISON IAMESF .PhD iSlanlod Universimt I
4Ass,ant Pr.otetor ol Political Sc.ence (1966-79691
MORROW MATT-HEi E M D i Temple Uniersity)
Clncal A. .ini Pronlpsr Jri dec,,ne i 7963-796%3
MORSE .NITAL ID lUni.ersit of Indianal
AsrantProfteor otl t 11969- 1969i
MORSE, RICHARD HUGH, M. Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1967-1967).
MORSE 5 ALTER PRIEST Ph D iLn.versil of Floridal
.Aoc.,are Proifepsi nrt orMathmarr., (1952.-195 7
MORTENSEN,JOHN ALAN Ph D |CorneilLniseri;1y)
Associate Professor (A .s.itr-,aC.eni.c,'r I 4fS. 4tatermelonand
Grape lnserigians taborar ,sr I7601. q9681
MORTON,WILLIAMMCDONALD PhD (Uniersith of Missouri
Assistant Professor (Assistant Ornamental Horrirultuisrl IFAS
Plantation Field Laboratory (1968-1968).
MOSCOVICI, CARLO, Ph.D. (Rome)
Associate Professor of OphiralnoliieR and ol Immunniogs and
Medical Microbiology, and C href nl ,rus Reearcrh, k 4H 1196.'- 196l
MOSCOVICI, GIOVANNELLA,
Research Assistant in OphrhalrroloR f 1968. 1 9681
MO'%EL[E TH ADDE LUS M .M D i wander bilt Lniserssi
Clinih.:al 4,o.,arP Prole ,i' 1I Surer i 1968-19691
MOSS HAROLOGENE Ph D iNMchigan)
A.,.r nor Pr o)eTor Frgislh I9 9- 1969)
MOSS, MARTHA C., M.A.
Interim Instructor of French (1970-1970).
MOST BERTHA .. tMt D lninsersh ol P.lsburghi
4stjr.f Proiep ,or r, P,-hIrr, 196' 'tbsl)
MOTT, DAVID M., Ph.D.
AiSso.afeP n Pharmjc.liog
MOTT, DONALD D., M.S.
Assistant Dean for Student Development (1962-1969).
MOTT, GERALD OAKLEY, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1968-1968).
MOTT, MARY M., M.Ed.
Interim Instructor in English (1968-1970).
MOTTOLA, WILLIAM C., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychology
(1968-1968).
MOUNT, GARY ARTHUR, Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University:
4*.,slanl Pr fe- .ero...rnt Ir. l .-n, i, i ')o. -19%6
MONLEN.CLISBN CAREY PhD iUni.nrsit ofKeniuckyp
Ei ,.n,,msr -lr~n rruraT trj rm. Cn <|.r c',' I' 5l I6 1
MOYE,HUGH ANSON Ph D iLr.,,sr-.,ol Flor,dai
Assistant Pr. .- ,r (4 ....r ~ r h' m,.r i it 4A 1965-1965).
MOYER, ROBBIE SANDERS, B.S.
A. ..,t.r,,r ,n Pharmac.. C..lleg r.'1 Phirm,4 i 170-1970).
MRKVICKA, GAIL) J., M.S.
Residence Administrator, Division of Hou..ngi 1966- 1966
MUEHLNER, FELIX, U.J.D. (Frederick William University, Germans i
Professorof Management (1950-1968).*
MUGA, MARVIN LUIS, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics (1960-1968).
MUGAR, JOHN H., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of History (1967-1967).
MULKEY,MARCIA ELIZABETH, M.A.
Interim instructor of Speech (1969-1969).
MULL, LEON EDMUND, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Priife or ol Da.ri ,s aj ifactfrn and r t i'roboloi'f,
A ercuIulua Eal Epi rrnsui, Si,ion1. 1 i td-0. 1956l








STAFF AND FACULTY


MULLER, ALBERTS.
Asso rare n Agriculrural fduraton if -i. jS. Embassy,
San lose Coa Ricail 7%8-i%98J
MULLIN, JOE EDWARD, B. S.
Sraftr'c'ran Agroculiuralfvpenment SrJtr4,ons 1962.- tIr2i
MULLIN ROBERT SPENCER.Ph D ILnieri, tol iM,nnesolai
Prolesior Plart Patholog,, l I nuliiuier i f Fild .jnil Afr,,'iuliural
Science( i1958- 1958
MULLINS, JOHNTHOMAS,Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Botany
(1959-1965).'
MUMA, MARTIN HAMMOND, Ph D iL nn ers.y of Maryland)
Professor intromoloRi, If AS. Citrus Experiment Station
17951-1958)
MUNDY.BELEIN ASHINCTON Ph D iL'nner.,ivof Indiana)
Assoc r'ae Professor ot Ph,i ncal cnc -re and Chomistry
(7955-1956).
MUNGER FRANI .PhD (HarsardL'niersili
Proteiior oi Potlca Scer.irf-e 1969.1796'i
MUNIZ CARLOSE .MD ILinn,ersvi olHatana)
,sisranr Protesnor n Puchars i I49. 1 91
MUNSON, JOHN B.,Ph.D. (University of Rochester)
Assistant ProfessorinPhic, s and PtChjl.p .esi %to. 1thPi
MUNSON, R.WILLIAM, JR., B.Arch.
Ph scalPlanning Consultant (1953-1968).*
MUNYER, EDWARD ARNOLD, M.S.
Assistant Curator, Department of Interpretation, Florida State
Museum (1970-1970).
MURPHEY, MILLEDGE, Ph.D. (Oklahoma A&M University)
Prolfeor of ntnomolog, T94'. 1%596
MURPHREE, ALBERTALEXANDER, B.A. (Oxford University)
Anocale Professor of ir.glh I Ij4. t-1955 I
MURPHREE, ALICE H., M.A.
Research Assistant in Medicine (1964-1968).
MURPHREE, CLYDE ELWYN, D.P.A. (Harvard University)
Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics and Associate
Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Stations
(1951-1957),
MURPHY, THOMAS FROST, M.B.A.
Lecturer and Director of Business Associates, College of
Bu.ines Adrrm,,riafion, 7%9. 1%96
MLRRA1 ERNEST DON MF A M Ed
4sostant Profeteor a Humanrte! 1968-7.9#9,i
MUSCHLITZ,EARLE EUGENE,JR., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State
L'n.;ersiti
Pro.ieso of Chemistry (1951-1958).
MUSELLA,LILLI HEDDI, Ph.D. (McGill University)
Research Associate in Medicine (1968-1968).
MUSHAK, PAUL, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Pathology (1969-1969).
MUSTKALIO ANIAM MD ifnlandi
Clinical fello irn Ophrhalmorrng 179',J04 '0
MUTH, EGINHARDJOERG, Ph.D. (Polytechnic Institute of
Brooklyn)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1969-1969).
MUTHARD, JOHN EDWARD, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Head, Rehabilitation Research Institute and Professor of
Education and Rehabilitation C, r,,r elhng i tt,". 1%a
MUTHER,THOMAS F., Ph.D. (University of Leeds)
Assistant Professor in Pharmacology and Therapeutics
(1963-1965).
MYERS, FORREST EARL, M.Ag.
Professor (Assistant Dean for Extension), IFAS (1948-1960). '
MYERS, FRANCISCOLVILLE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Adviser (1956-1956).
MYERS, GARDINER,Ph D il.'n;,ersii: f Califc.rn;a aj Berltlel
Assistant Professorot ,Ch.m,, ir i 196%5.l 1*i
MYERS, JULIAN MOSTELLA, M.S.A.
Professor (Agricultural Engineer), IFAS, (1947-1960).
MYERS, LESTER H., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Agricultural Economist, FCC, IFAS (1968-1968).
MY E RS ORLO .Ph D i\Aashrngon I ni.er'.l, at Sr Lou,., Mo.)
As-ncdaeProe'oerO' o Apripceingr.or'.ngp I7ti. Ias i.
MYERS, ROBERT BROWN, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Professor of Education (7953-7969). *


MYRICK, ROBERT DEWAYNE, Ph.D. (University of Arizona)
Associate Professor of Education (1967-1970)
MYRICK SAM I M D iDuke Ln.er.isI
Clincal As4 ,sanm P,'ir-. r ifi i i r, 1%4r i% Q,i
NACKMAN, LEE MARTIN, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (VAH). (1967-1967).
NADEAU, PAULINE MARY, B.S.
Assistant in Pediatric Cardiology.
NAIR.K C MS ILnell,niTertrs Mi.LOurl
:rrerm A irsfanr Parm. _.i,.h,,i r r rr,ri ar S.* .vn-'.- IFAS
(%969-1969).
NASHIRO. NANCY OTOME, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Occupational T- r a p, IQ'j. i> .,
NASSER, DELILL S., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
As,o.:;ae Pr r fNe ., ls.,-l.h '. College of Arts and Sciences;
A.,,.(adl Bar er'enii .g r If4S, l -1. '
NATION, JAMESLAMAR,Ph D iCc,,r,.ill L nuer i,
A rc are Profe-,rr l Efinr rn'all.' ,' i f .Ly' Io'* n
NAT-RESS IOHN ,NDRE D F irr.r, rR.iddleL university)
Profeo, nofl n u.Ju r,a' and S.r .1 f I.,g, -r.nl Associate
D ear.lro fh e C ollegp ,' n ,., Sre -: 1 .' Ar Il ,?-. '.- .'n .d,-r., n h r, -
L._)llee..' nf neerI..............e He,, i
NA.LOR IOHNGCOFFR. '.1F
Awa.or ,aleP'o'e,? re' ,"Art P I 9.-19O.1 P
NEAL,FREDCARLTON D '.1 rTexd. A&i Ln..ert,u |
M.S., Associate Professor (Associate Veterinarian), Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences (1962-1966).
NEALE,JAMES RALPH,JR., Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Associate Professor of English, Adviser (1946-1963).
NEDER, GEORGE A., M.D.
Clinical Instructor in Medicine (1967-1967).
NEEL, R. GLENN, M.D. (University of Mississippi)
Resident in Surgery 1t. t'ii
NEELY, JOHN W., M.B.A.
Assistant Director, J. Wayne Reitz Union (1966-1970).
NEFF, THOMAS O'NEIL, M.S.E.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1946-1952).
NEILSON,JOHN TAYLOR, Ph.D. (University of Glasgow)
A, ^itan Pr' fei, ,r., 4.. ,.tar,i Psrar ,inil. .,,is I, in-,r.i itof Food
and gA':uiruratilenci'i tl. i9i
NELSON,CHARLES WARREN, Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Education (1966-1966)
NELSON ED, aiRD1 MI D Iulane University)
Resident in Medicine (1969-1969).
NEL.ON I H'N FRAANI LIN mt D i r... l, ot I io,.dai
,in ,.al A ..-r.arf ,,-, P.. rh .-i i t-1 l t ,un I
NELSON, ROBERT ELGIN D B A (Univer-itvof Indiana)
Assistant Professor off.',-,.', "', 14 ,Q. 'ci,
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).
NESMITH, JAMES. Ph.D. (North Carolina State University)
o isp-c,Jal.i Agricultural Extension Service(1950-1958) .
NETTLES, VICTORFLEETWOOD, Ph 0 ,Cor,ell. n,.i-r.,-,|
Professor, (Horticulturist), Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (1938-1968).
NETZLOFFMICHAEL L M D i, n,ei.,i, o .lorda,
Resident in Pediatrics (1969-1970).
NEUBAUER, DAVID W., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science (1970-1970)
NE ILL CALE ERL IN IR Ph D iai.nr,Iod L'n..-'i, i
PrO'e,.-,r .,i ngnr f.,r %r.' ,- ,I ar,1 le hein .J ,.1 Chairman
ofthi Ueparrr, erlr, lt4 .4 t i81
NEVIS, ARNOLD HASTINGS, M.D. (Harvard University), Ph.D.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
A associate Professorofl ".If n. .. I .r i ti I. ... .. ."1.. ,' I ."
Biophysics (1960-1967).
NEW, MELVYN, Ph D iVanderbilt University)
A -.,,.,tr, Puh.' ,.. ,, i EncL .., 1,',, 1. 1966).
NEWCOMB, ARTHUR PERRY. JR.. Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Associate Professor of Education (1963-1963)
NEWCOMB, THOMAS, M.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Professor .*i -.if- r. .'-;.c ,-Thairman of Biochem)stry,
AssociateChi .-.I iitr .1 aH i ..j,,'. %ville(1959-1969)
NEWELL, JOHN, Ph.D. (University of Texas)









STAFF AND FACULTY


Associate Professor of Educationi 1967-79681
NEWHALL.WILLIAMFREEMAN, Ph D (BrynMaAr University)
Professor (Biochemistl), If AS Citrus Experiment Station
(1952.1967%
NEWLY HANDS DA IDMICHAEL.M SE E
Graduate Research Associate in Electrical Engineering
(7%969.Q69)
NEWMAN, ARTHUR, Ed.D. (Indiana University)
Assistant Professor of Education ( 1968-7Q681
NEWMAN, E. GUSTAVE, M.D. (Duke University)
Associate Professor of Psychiatry (1961-1968).
NEWMARK, E., M.D. (Duke University)
Instructor in Ophtrhalmolongy ( 1967-1970 1
NEWSOM,WILLIAM A Mi D iUn,versalI ofviVrginial
Assistant Proflesor in Ophrhalmologr 719'0-19701
NELANS,WI'ILLIAMtLFE B A
Assitanr Director lfo Bus ,ness Atlair D union of
Housing (1962-7964).
NICHELSON, JACK C. M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art (1961-1970).
NICKELL, WILLIAM B., M.D. (University of Alabama)
Clinical fellow in Plat ii burger 17966-19'0)
NICKELSON, WILLIAM RICHARD DAVID, B.S.E.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (1957-1966).
NICOL, DAVID, Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Associate Professor of Geology (1965-1965).
NIDDRIE, DAVID LAWRENCE, Ph.D. (University of Manchester,
England)
Professor ol Geograph I 196b 19661
NIELSEN, DONALD W., Ph.D. (Wayne State)
Assistant Professor of Speech (1968-1970).
NIMS, PETER E., M.D. (Ohio State)
Resident in Psychiatry (1969-1969).
NININGER, JOHN HENRY, JR., B.S.B.A.
Assistant in Administration, Agricultural Extension
Service (1962-1962).
NOLAN, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Chemical Engineering(1946-1949).
NOLTE, HARTMUT, M.D. (University of Kiel)
Visiting Postdoctoral Associate in Pharmacy (1970-1971).
NOLTING, JOHN PAUL, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1955-1956).
NORDEN, ALLEN JAMES, Ph.D. (Iowa State)
Associate Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (1955-1956).
NORDLIE, FRANK GERALD, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of Zoology (1961-1966).
NORDSTEDT, ROGER ARLO, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer),
IFAS, (1%969-1%969).
NORMAN, OSCAR NEWTON, B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Meteorologist), IFAS, USWB,
Weather Forecasting Service (1941-1941).
NORMANN, SIGURD, J., Ph.D., M.D. (University of Washington)
Assistant Professor of Pathology (1968-1968).
NORRIS, CAROLYN JOYCE, M.Ed.
Residence Administrator, Division of Housing,
(1970-1970).
NORTHROP, JAMES C., Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Education (1969-1970).
NORTHROP, MEAD F., M.D. (New York State)
Assistant Professor in Radiology (1970-1970).
NOYES, WARD D., M.D. (University of Rochester)
Professor of Medicine (1961-1970).
NUERNBERGER, LOUISO., M.D. (University of Oklahoma)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (1966-1966).
NUETZEL,WILLIAM ANDREW, M.S.
Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1959-1969).
NULTON, LUCY, M.A.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1954).
NUMMELA, ERIC CARL, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathematics (1970-1970).
NUNEZ, THERON ALDINE, JR., Ph.D. (University of California,
Berkeley)
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Assistant Dean
of the Graduate School (1963-1969).


NUNNALLY.STEPHENSW.. Ph D (Noilhweslern University]
,ssisiani Professor of Civil Engineering (1977-19717
NUNNERY. MICHAEL YATES, Ed.D. (University of Tennesseel
Proles,orol Education 7%968-1968)
NUTTER.HAZEN EDWARD,M.A
Assocate Professor of Iducation and Head. Education
I ibraryi 17938-1950)
O'BANNON, JOHN HOR ATIO, Ph D (Arizona Slate)
Asswilanr Nematologisr. L1 S Depr of Agriculturetl968-79681
OBERLIN L NNC.,EdD (Michigan SlaleUniersityl
Associate Professor of [ducarion 11970-19:'0)
O'BRIEN THOMASW .Ph.D (Marquette University]
Assiurant Prolesior of Biochemistry, Division of
Biological Scences l6%'-I967).
O'CONNELL, IOHN PAUL.Ph D Uniersly of California)
Asocare Professor ot Chemical Engrneering 11966-19691
O'CONNELL.STEPHEN C .1 D.. LL D (Jacksondile Unisersil),
D Ed (BricayneCollegel, LL D |NoireDameUniersilyl
President (196'- .967)
O'CONNOR. IOEL L Ph.D IUnierseil of Texasl
Ais,irant Profesor o/f arhemaricsl 196 '-7% 19
O'CONNOR, JOHN ARTHUR, M.A.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art (1969).
O'CONNOR SUSAN.M D lUni-eisiv of Florida)
Intern in Pediatrics ( 19'O.- 1970
O'DONNELL, JOHN J., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor ol Russman 11968-19681
ODUM, HOWARDTHOMAS, Ph.D. (Yale Un,,ersif))
Graduate Research Professor of Environmental
Inneerng i 19'0- 197'01
OESTREICH, MARTHA G., M.Sc.
Interim Teacher, P. K. YongeLaboratory S hool 11970-.1970
OGBURN, BENJAMIN R., M.D. (Universit) ol iigin.ai
Assistant Professor of Pfsch,air.at r96'-1969)
OGDEN, MARVIN I., M.Ed.,
Assistant Professor of Journalism and Cor mu ncar on, and
Producer-Director, Telei,.on Sia',.rr. tU L'fi t195-1 9681
OHANIAN, MIHRAN JACOB, Ph.D. (Rensielaer Pol lec hnc
Institute)
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Scienc ei and Chairman ol
the Department (1963-1970).
OHIWILER, DAVID, M.D. (University of Rochesrer)
Clinical Associate in Surgery (1961-71961
OHRN, NILSYNGVE, Ph.D. (Uppsala)
Associate ProfessorofChemirrs and Ph ..cr
(1966-7967).*
O'LEARY, JAMES PATRICK, M.D. (Universie of F lo dal
Resident in Surgery (1968-1970).
OLIER.CALINCLEET PhD (Purdue Unisersit, i
Pr,1Oe.sor of ifehar,-cal fng.neerng (196'- 196'i
OLIVER, CLIFTON, JR., M.A.
Associate Professor of Management (1946-79591
OLIVER, JOHN PARKER, Ph.D. (Universit .)I Califor nia. Los AnRelesi
Assistant Professor of Astronomy (1970-19.'7i01
OLLIFF, DONATHON CARNES, M.A.
Interim Instructor in Social Science (1968-1%9681
OLMSTEAD, PATRICIA PALMER, M.A.
Instructor of Education (1969-1969).
OLSEN, GERALD N., M.D. (University of Missispp.)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1970-1970).
OLSEN, ROBERT WINTHROP, B.S.
Professor (Biochemist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment
Station (1947-1947).
OLSON, GERALD ALLEN, D.V.M. (Auburr
Postdoctoral Fellow in Medicine (1968-1 9681
OLSON, WALDEMAR, Ed.D. (University ot Texasi
Professor of Education andActing Chairman flemeniary
Education Department (1957-1967).
OLSSON,CARL NIELS, Ph.D. (University of F lo ida
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy
(1958-1970).-
O'MALLEY, JOHN RICHARD, Ph.D. (Univei.sv ol F lordal
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineerpngi 1959. 1Q64a
OMER, GUY CLIFTON, JR., Ph.D. (California Ins 1 lute o Technology I
Pro/e,,orofPh, si:alS Ch.arnan, i D'parrment of Ph ,,al S( ,enrp 195i- 196's "








STAFF AND FACULTY


O'NEILL.PATRICIAC B A
Program Direcror I i% aneRerzL'non r 9'0-I9'01l
OPP.CARLBRADEN B A
Head. OIl-Campus Housingr 1940-19551
OPPELT.W WALTER.M D (HarvardUni.ersil5)
Professor otPharmacologt and Medcine 1964- 79'01
ORAS.ANTS.B Litt (O|fordUniersFii i
Prolesor of tnglhsh 17949-79491
ORMOND, WILLIAM NEWMAN, M.A.
Associate Professorol English. 4d% ieri 1948-19661
ORSENIGO, JOSEPHR.,Ph D (Cornell Unniers.iy)
Professor fPlanr Ph ssofogi IF 45. i erglades Experiment
Station f1957-1970) *
ORSER, FRANK WILLIAM, M.S.
Assistant to the Director of Libraries (1969-1969).
ORSER. LAW AN ML S
Assranr ltbrarian. IF Si 11970-1970).
ORTABASI UGUR. Ph D IUni,ersitv of Floridai
InterimAssioant Prote>,or of Nuclear Engineering Sciences
(1969-1969).
OR TH PAUlGERHARDT.Ph D (Uniersi, ot,\ .iconi.nl
4'%,>ranr Profesor t 4iranr S.iods Chem,:ri IF 45. Sub- Tropical
E experiment Srarorn 1959-19591
OSBORN. GEORGE COL EMAN. Ph D LniL ersity of Indiana)
Prolesot of Socal Science. (1947.1955)
OSER RON'LDS N D john Hopk.ns Lni ersiii
Intern in Medic'ne I'q 0- 9790
OSTERBIND, CARTER CLARKE, Ph.D. (American University)
Research Professorand Director of Bureau of Economic and
Business Research (1950-1961).
OTIS, ARTHUR B., Ph.D. (Brown University)
Professorof Physiology and Chairman of Department
(1956-1956).
OTT, EDGAR ALTON, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Associate Professorof Animal Science (Associate Animal
Nutritionist), IFAS(1970-1970).
OTT, RAY LYMAN, Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1968-1968).
OVERMAN,ALLEN RAY, Ph.D. (North Carolina State College)
Assistant Professor (Asst. Agricultural Engineer) IFAS (1969-1969).
OVERMAN, AM EGDA JACK, M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Nematologist), IFAS, Gulf Coast
Experiment Station (1951-1968).
OVERMAN, JAMESLYNN, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate in Entomology, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1970-1970).
OVERTON, ROBERTW.
Director of Food Service (1967-1967).
OZAKI, HENRY YOSHIO, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Associate Horticulturist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1954-1966).
PACE, JAM ES EDWARD, M.S.A.
Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service (1942-1965).
PACHEFSKY, REVA ROBERTA, M.S.
Assistant Librarian, Health Center Library (1968-1968).
PACKER, ATHOL B., Ph.D. (University of Kansas)
Assistant Professor of Education (1967-1967).
AFFORD, VIRGIE MELTON, M.P.H.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (1959-1965).*
PAGANINI,CORAMAE, M.Ed.
Instructor of Education (1964-1967).
PAGANINI, LOUISANTHONY, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Geography (1968-1968).
PAGE.PATSW R MD iMedicalCollege ofrginiai
Clinical Inr.ructor o-f Pedar ic i I- '. 0. 79 01
PAGE, RALPH EMERSON, Ph D iS racuse University)
Dean Emeritus, College of Arts and Sciences, Assistant Dean of
AcademicAffairs and Professor of Political Science (1948-1968).
PAGE,THOMAS L, M.A.
A.4. sanr Prifei c.it nt Pc.ira.l Screncei 196t- 196%
PAIGE ARNOLD Ph D LUnisersTi of Calitrniai
Associate Prolesior ol Speech an.i leciitcat E!nr,neerina6
(1966-1966),
PALAZZI, DEBORAH LEE, A.B.
Interim Assistant in Research, Collepe of Busr,es. Adm,nirr atinn
(1969-1969).


PALENIK GL'SI.Ph D IUn.,eril, ofSouthernCalifoin-ai
Asciate Prolessot of Chemistri (19'0- Q'0l
PALMER,ARNOZANE, Ph D IUni% ersiyof Missouri)
Professor of Animal Science and Meat Scientist, Agricultural
perirnment Srarions 1955.1%41
PALMER.RICHARDDELR Ed S
Coordinator of Special Programs Div sion of Continuing
Education (1966-1966).
PAPROSKI.CHRISTINA5, .B A iNevwark SraleCollege;
Research Asiisant in Pediatrics 17969-1%96
PARKER, JAMESC., B.S.
Associate in Psychiatry (1962-1967).
PARKER, SANDRA SMITH, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor of Music (1970-1970).
PARKINSON, MICHAELTH JDDEUS Ph D iUn,%ersit! of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Ph i,c 01799- 96%9
PARR, PHILIP L., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Resident ,n Surgers 1796'-19'01
PARRAMORE HELEN MARTIN Ed D L'n.,ersil, of Fior.daI
Interim siast3nr Pr(,tersr oi duc.ron.n( Ib9.197'0
PARRISH, FREDS., B.S.
Interim Instructor in Journalism and Communications (1970-1970).
PARRISH, JAMES BRYAN. B.S.B.A,
Director of Adm's.on 11963 -19.'0
PARSONS, PHILIPS., ).D. (Harvard University)
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic, Adviser (1969-1970).
PARSONS, ROBERTGREGORI M D IUn,.eisi oI Floridal
Resident in Radiology (1970-1970).
PARTHENIADES, EMMANUEL, Ph.D. (University of Calitu n.ai
Professor of Coastaland Oceanographic Engineering (1968-1969).
PARTRIDGE, WILLIAM L., M.A.
Interim Instructor in Social Sciences (1969-1969).
PASCHALL, HOMER A., M.D. (Bowman-Gray)
Assistant Professor of Surgery (1967-1967).
PASSELL, NICHOLAS, Ph.D. (University ofChicago)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
PATE, FINDLAY MOYE, Pn D iLmni.ers.lr oiGeorgral
Assistant Professor(Assrtanr Animal Nurriion,'n, if AS,
Everglades Experiment Station (1970-1970).
PATRAY, JOANN HOWARD, M.N.
Assistant Professor, College of Nursng 11 %bh- 781
PATRICK, I.CHRIS
Head Athletic Trainer, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics
(1970-1970).
PATROWICZ, TULLY C., M.D. (University of Miami)
Resident in Ophthalmology (1969-1969).
PATTERSON, ELAM PUSEY, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1952-1956).
PATTERSON, JAMES P., B.S.). (Ohio University)
Director of Publications (1968-1968).
PATTERSON, MARGARETC.,Ph.D. (Universityof Florida)
Interim Assistant Professor of English (1970-1970).
PATTERSON, STANLEY DOUGLAS, Ed.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Education (1970-1970).
PATTERSON, RICHARDSHELDON, Ph D iCornell L'r.iersi, I
Assistant Professor of Entomology (1968-1968).
PATTON, THOMAS HUDSON, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Curator, Florida State Museum and Assistant
Professor of Zoolon, and CeoioRi l I% 5.-l%9i
PAUL,GAREY ETHEL, M.A.
Interim Instructor in English (1965-1969).
PAUL, HARRY W., Ph.D. (Columbia University)
4 .ocrare Pronlsor of Hisfr,r I 46b-. I%6
PAWLIGER,DAVIDF MD iL'niier-,,i -, Iorida,
University Physician andAssistant Professor of Medicine (1967-1970).
PEACOCK, FENTRESS MCCOUGHAN, M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Animal Husbandman). IFAS,
Range Cattle Experiment Station (1952-1963).
PEARLMAN, EILEEN R., MN
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing (1966-1969).
PEARSON, JAMES L.,M.S.
Assistant Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Stations (1964-1964).
PEEK RALPHLEON Ph D iL n.%esiis of Florida)
o(.ale P'ol tor ,if ,ii,-dal Si ,?en",< Adviser (71963-1969).









STAFF AND FACULTY


PEELE, THOMAS C IR M D IMedical LUneri os1 outh Carolinal
Resident in Peditrr, s 19'1i. 19'i0
PEELER, RUTH BEATRICE, M.A.
Instructor,P, K Yonge Laboratory Schoofi 17934.195?2
PEIRCE.HARRv E .Ph D iCornellUniveiiri,
Chief of Part ifl SaIlidor I. A4,or,aie Pretc,-or if AS. U S
Embassy, San Salvador (1969-1969).
PERSON, CLIVE GRAHAM,M.Ec.
Visiting Lecturer of Accounting (19 '0.19 '0
PENLAND ARNOLDCLIFFORD.IR .M Ed
A, or.ae ProflesIsor or fu.c i 19'71I
PENNINCTON CL ,RK VILLIAM C E
A>,ocarer Pvoteorof tl ec harnialt ng.neer.nr (1954- f-I66
PENNYPACKER, H.S., Ph.D. (Duke Un etrsii
Profesor u- P,-h hoogh 17962. IQ 'O
PENROD, JOHN ARTHUR, Ph.D. (Uni. ers .i ol Penn;, l,an al
P',ofeso' i fEnglhsh I l50-. 190l *
PEPINSki RAY` MOND Ph.D.(Univeris oi Chicagoi
Professorof Metallurgical and Marer i a Engineerrng and
Physics (7968-1970).
PERDUE,GEORGE FRED, M.S.E.E.
Graduate Teaching Associate in A-r,,p r e Engnet-rua"r
(1969-7969).
PEREZ,FERMIN LUIS,LL.D. (Univer'.rs of Halanai
Assistant Law Librarian (1967-19661
PEREZ,GUILLERMO J.,M.D. (Univer.is ol Par.s
Clinical Assistant Professor in Pediartr.i, i 191%9-19691
PERKINS, HAVEN M., M.D. (Universlt of Lou.,.Ilel
Associate Professor ofAnesthesiGcl\ i 19'SQ. 1969
PERKINS, MARGARETS., M.S.
Research Associate in Physiology: l64.1 65
PERRY, FRANKLIN STANTON, M.Ag
Professor (Extension District Agernt i i HS 17946.- 949,
PERRY, JOSEPH M., Ph.D. (Northweler r, Linn ersil
Assistant Professor of Economics (1964-1. 941
PERRY, NATHAN WARREN, Ph.D. (F Ior.da State Uni,, eis.rs I
Associate Professor of Clinical Psyc holon I 1961 196b',
PERRY,VERNONG., Ph.D. (UniversIs olt iscorins.n
Professor of Nematology and Nera"itoi,,r 4rr cultural
Experiment Stations (1959-1959).
PERSON,WILLIS BAGLEY, Ph.D. (Ur..iser.,ts of Cali.or na
Professor of Chemistry (1966-196,
PETERSON, CHARLESA., M.D. (Unier-ti, of Floridai
Resident, Pathology.
PETERSON, JANE ELLENE, M.S.L.S.
Assistant Law Librarian (1969-1970'1
PETERSON, LARRYLEE, M.Arch.
Assistant Professor of Architectut r-1 9 19 '0,
PETERSON, LENNART RUDOLPH Ph D i Md..ahu.el., Inst.hu'e
of Technology)
Assistant Professor of Physical Scienc. .. .' i Ph ,,i. .i -. ". 176i
PETRUCHYK, JON A., M.F.A.
Instructorof Ar (1968-1968).
PETRUS, DONALD RICHARD, M.S.
Research Associate, IFAS, FCC, C. r u, p r,n-,nr Stetiiro
(1968-1968).
PETRYK, SYLVESTER, Ph.D. (Colorado Sia.e I.r.neri.,ri i
Assistant Professor ofC n,, I ner..r,-.ne, 11 17.90 1 i
PETTIS, AUBREY MARSHALL, M.S.A
Associate Professor (Assoc. A -', hil i.,r' tin. -. I i i 1 794'.
PETTWAY,RICHARDH.,Ph.D.(Ur.r, iris ot Texa, ar Au, ini
Associate Professor of finance (Ti9 1 '" I
PEYTON, FLOYD A., Sc.D. (Univer.I,v ol MNih.hir.i M 1S Michigan
College of Mining and Technology l
Professor of Biomaterials, Colleg- i Dennr, ,79'0.- I 'iu
PFAFF, WILLIAM W., M.D. (Universir .ca Bulialt.i
Associate Professor of Surgery (19t. -%* 9Ii
PFAHLER, PAUL LEIGHTON, Ph.D. :Purdue Un, .e'r i', i
Associate Professor ofAgronomy iF S l i i. 1 )S
PHEASANT, THOMASR.,M.D. (Weotern Rser-e LiUr.er,.i, i
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
PHELP'S DEAN G Ph i) I\.vNhingfon lniersit, I
4 ,,,lart P i.ir.l.iir t ri .f thr-, u .'. t 10e,4. 1958,
PHILIPS, PATRICIA, M.A.
Research Instructor in Speech (19, 9". I i,i


PHILLIPS.CURTISM ,MD IMedical College of Georgial
Clinical Assistant Professor nt Surger 1796%9-1969)
PHILLIPS DARWIND.M D IUn.,ersitl of Tennesseel
ClincalInsirucror n Aneitheuologvf 96%9-19691
PHILLIPS.LrMIN A. IR M D IUniersity ol Miamil
r'niersirs Phyiiciant1967J
PHILLIPS.RICHARD LEE Ph D IMichigan State Unnerstyl.
Ai'tant Prolfepor(Anisranr Horrirulursril). IF AS. Cirrus
ifper,ment Srarioni 1964-964-
PHILLIS. IUDITH. Ph D IULniersr ot Florida)
Pntdocroral fellow n Speech 79'0-19'O
PICKARD IOHN BENEDICT. Ph D (Unerstv olf Wisconsin)
(1963-7968),
PICKENS.NORNIANE MD IUnisersin olChicagol
ReNdenr in Surgery (t1970
PICKENS WILLIAMS MD lUniersif ofi kansasl
Resident in Radologs (1970.- 19'0i
PICKHARDT.ROBERT CHARLES D B A Uni,esil of Indiana)
A-,,ianr Profesio or1 ,tfanagereni i 1964.17964 "
PIERCE EMOR'i LO\%E.Ph D ILUniersil, of Floridal
Prfote-'or of Zoolopg and Super',sor ot marine Laboralor)
D,,sion otBiologiral Sriencel 1945-.955j
PIERCE IAMESROBERT, I D Unieisil, ol Florida)
4i.siant Proiesor of al.I 8 196.819dl
PIERCE ROBERT N Ph D IL'nn.ertI ol Mirnesotla
A".oc.ate Pruic-3or Co Iour'al,,mrri ni Co'mmun.carion,
,i if .' 19'"
PIERCE.ROBERT ILLIAM IR Ph D iUnieisit, of Illinoisl
Artitant Pofiteorof Colog 11969-19691
PIERINGER kRTHLiRPAL'L PhD ICornellUnu~ersitl
Aurni Prolesi0or| gA.-.iait Hririrulturi If AS. Ci.rru
.p erumer, Srari n fi 1956- 1561l
PIERSON.K KENDALL M D 0Ne \oivk Lini.ers, I
Prr.,i;ncr ri Path.lr, ', i 1o68. 19'0i
PINKOSON CHARLES M D
i..in Arji 4,c-. or.r. Ophrhalmnilc. I) 19-. 19681
PIOTRO 'SKI GEORGE Ph D (CaseVesternReser.eUni.ersiiI
A,, ljn Prilrc.,>i rolCr rhrnpeihri Surjr Ar-' 4irtanr Profe.'or
i.,Iit-ihir,,r-3l sni,neevrn.np, I9h9.1969il
PIRENIAN ZAREH NEGLIERDITCH M S
A. ,..,rafe Pr' ,-ip,..,r Ad r-ea mar,n,.i 19j 7-19.1l'
PIRKLE EARLC IR Ph D iL'nersluorCincinr.ali
Priiie,.nr oi Phs i, I SrIi.n -r-~. d,.- sii.eol, e r 7I9'5 .10691 "
PIZIAN ROBtRT Ph 0 LIni..,isa rjslid-achu,[.tl]
4,,.idr.' Pr i,.'. .i.tr i if .l ilsh i.t i.( i -I 19'aiI
PIZI ,4 \ERONIC K Ph D iUniersilvo01lassachuseltsl
4,,,,l .-,r in tfpdi-,.r.e 97,0-.19'01
PEASANTS IlJLIANMCI\ER.M A
Interrim As.irf Prourf-iorof Social Screnrei 1969-19691
PILINKEEr BETT KMSER PhD iLtners il o Illinosi
4,,rtar,i Pro,fe,.or Ot Eduraioni 196'. Q6 "
PLL'TZkIN MIA 1MO Mi D L'niersi., of Ha.anai
4,i.irartr PPre.lcr,.rro Psihrr, Chietl o P, rh-afrir Ouipartent
Cli.cn, 196-'9%8 i
POE SIDNEV lM-ARR M S
A4,.tani Prols,> I .A,,nt ran Ernlom ,i..ifrl I I45. Cult Coajr
E(pernmenrt staron, I%'<. I19,'0
POl ACK FR ANK M M D Sjar, Marcus LUrni.ei vi Perui
Ac.care Profer.or of Ophthalmnilous) I 1b%'-9o'I
POLLOCK KENNETHCHARLES Ph D iNorthneieinUni.ers.ilt)
A4-,:iePo PioIsor)at Ccr'rr.runi.-urip ,DiriDerc and speech
71964.19%91
POLLOCK MARGARET BICE M 4
Inotruct'or ot Spee h, 1 %99. 1';701
POLOPOLL'S LEONIDAS.Ph D (nLnersrs ol Caliornia. Beikelevi
Prrpnor i 4ernculturalt]nncm,rtarld A ,iranr Deiar, Graduate
School if4SaiidCriaduar i 'n,'i ,,I9% .5- 9691
POMER ANCE ,'ILLIAI It D iBelle, ue Hosp.tal Medical
Cr'lleea
L ,:ir ir .g P r r -t e- .o r '. '1 0 hr> r t ,' no in d C > re i- r. -, _r i I 9 0 1 9 O i.
POOLE REID.M NA
Prfii'.,ur of Ai u-i .randCha,rman Lo Depjrtment f A lu ,c
11949Q. 42
POOLE RICHARDTL'RK PhD IUnierilotFlor.daI
A ..--'.ire Prot-isor 4i A..i-.are Planr Ph s,ologRst IFAS Ridii
Or r.amentalot-Irru irutr al labosratois 11 967., 19r'l








STAFF AND FACULTY


POPENOE HUGH LL ,E%[LYN.Ph D iL n.eis o Flotidai
D,recroro International Programj .r 5,i ,. iiirteip Dr.rtor of
Center lo FTropiral 4 ".ultu'' 4,.i ,r.. P.' .... of Soilsand
GeoRgaphs icring Drecrii-,t l(enrF r f-r qij.ar.,- Sciences
(795'- 7966
POP-STOIANOIIC ZORAN RIST Ph D iBelgiadet
As,ocraleP'nlfp.o'r l Mr.tahe f,,h ,[ I"'*." ll 1
PORTER.ALANHARRS S
Research Aierant n Radi)r.\s 7' !". 1%')
POST.DON MCKENZIE M s
4s.iitanif Pol e or .It lol'i'rlg P t ,nrp ,. .i..ri., Forester,
Agriculfuralf.pe r,reni Staii,,,nn, I .I.r si.
POTTER, HOWARD SPENCER, Ph.D. (l'ni;. ei i of Inrdidnai
AsoCate Profpior E AN'df Pfan P.,l, ,Phh,,. is) i --,ulf
Coast I rperrmenr irar,rn I T9'I- 19'uI
POTTER 14MESM MD iLn..ershlo l Flo.r,da,j
ResidentinParhclIowg i7%-I9,' "
POTTER M NELL nD 1L nI.ers.vofFlorida)
L'n,.ersal Ph,.,iani 796'I
POTTER, WILLIAM MELVILLE, M.A.
Aisiran Protep.or oI Ph, s.-dal Fiu 11946-1946I
POUCHER, DONALD WALTON, M.A.
Assistant Communications Specialist, Agricultural Extension
Service t65-%5 19; i
POWERS.LEONARDSTE% SRT.I D ln,.er.irvof NorthCarolina)
Professor of Law (1957-1957).
PRADHAN, TAPAS K., Ph.D. (Calcutta University)
Associate in Biochemistry (1970-1970).
PRANGE,HENRYD.,Ph D iDukeL. rn.er.is,
Assistant Professor c. Bnlne .s Si,-en- e, and Zoology (1970-1970)
PRASAD SHEOSHANKER Ph D IOueen. L'r..ser,.I, Beif-3.il
A.oc'ra'ie PoIor I Phr, ri 1I 7 .%.-1 7 i
PR O. ANTHON' L LFRED Ph.D. (University of California)
Asisfani Pr,jile-o ,., fijni AgriculturalEconomist), IFAS
(1969-1969).
PRATTn THEODORE B D Sr iSidCu.e University)
4.-ociare Proie-,.,r SFpec,.ar .ri C,,mmunicationsand Consumer
Relations) IFAS (1969-1970).
PRESTON jIJMESF Ph D _.r,,ier..t. ,I \iinr.soilai
4;,o ranr Prnle tnr -fi.-ri.rdhr,-, (-,i- Ar e ..=f 4.!, ,rnl ',-,r..-e,
4,rItani Bar-fnolognr IF AS 17%9 I4 % ,%
PREVIC EDWARDP Ph D iUn;.er.r, of lll;noi.i
Aii,%rnr ProIp^- r Mfir',ob.o,)l. roll,. rnf ArtsandSciences;
A."-tant BjacIero1rei if -,s I lqr,,. 9'11,
PRICE, DONALD GRUBER, M.P.H.
Associate in Radiation Control (1962-1970).
PRICE IOHN 5IILBL R Ph D IL n,,es.ir, o .hlhia..n
AiCoJle Prote..so ri Humrrjn.ri., -. Anr i iih I. t "',1
PRICE, WILLIAM HICKS,M.A,
Assistant Professorof Social Sciences, Adviser (1966-1970).
PRIEM, ERVIN SAMUEL, B.S.E.E.
Assistant Prnrpr.r, ( -)l l..i-l, r ,'l,, .-,nr,r., t 5.'-1952).
PRIMACK, ROBERT B., M.Ed.
Interim Assistant Professor of Education (1966-1%6).
PRIMO, FRED ANTHONY, B.S.
Research Associate in Nuclear Engineering (1963-1963).
PRINCE, DOUGLAS DON, M.A.
Instructor of Art (1968-1968).
PRINE, GORDON MADISON, Ph.D. (Ohic ;S nie i. n; ., .'1
Associate Professor of Agronomy, IFAS (.f' 'i i
PRITCHETT,WILLIAM LAWRENCE PhD ilo-a s .ite- L r. diversity)
Professor(Soil Chemist), IfAS, cr.'',iliur'il *,.,.--n.nt
Stations (1948-1953) *
PROBERT, WALTER, S.J.D. (Yale University)
Professor ofLaw(1959-1960).
PROCHASKA, FREDERICK JAMES, Ph.D. (North Carolina StateC ollegr-
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Economist), IFAS
(1970-1970).
PROCTOR, CHARLES LAFAYETTE, Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Pr.l.,,or o ln.,t rl'.arl :n.1 ,..rr u ,n. r, ii.. .. i. Resident

PROCTOR SAMUEL PhD it ni.er*-r,f, .flori;du,
ProfessorofHt i, inr fs.., ., n ,i ,7, -I-, 7 ,, 1
PRUITT,ELIHU P., III, M.D. (University of Alabama)
Resident in Psychiatry (1968-1968),


PRUGH, BYRON jONATHAN, B.S CE.
Professor of Building Construction (1963-1970)
PRUSACZYK, JOSEPH EDWARD Ph.D (Case Western Reserve)
Interim Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1970-1970)
PRYSTOWSKYHARRYM D.,%M dili lt I-,.ili.er...it5,uih Carolina)
ProfessorandChairman of( O .r..... ,,, Ir .*.,,,ii..
(1959-1959).
P:. HL I ANESI I D L n..er..iroflowa)
R i-k f'nl in'- 111 l-.rs i T'"111
PUHL, SUSAN C.,M.D (University of Iowa)
L r-., r.,,i Ph,..,-, ,. ('970)
PULLAN, VERONICA AGNES. M A,
Instructor, P.K Yonge Laboratory School(1958-1962).
PURCELL,DENTW., M.D. (Medical t'-0, .. ,.',P, .,,
Resident in Radiology(1970-1970)
PL RCIFL'LL DANEILSOOD Ph D i r,;.. r'.i r.i(i.,n;,,,

!I ,_ i n, ri *I r ir ,r 1 i I : '-,
PURDY,LALREN.CE HE i R r Ph D r. ni r.,nr .. (-.I I1,..rnia)
Professor arn, '.'hdim.f, i ,' , r. ,f 'lj,.,r r" .j b. ,h t 1 1
Institute of I I ,. .-- I s '," '--, ij ",
PURKEY,WILLIAMWATSON .R Ed D I r,,.-.rsI, o'.I.f.r,n,,,
Professor of Education (1964-1970)
PURPURA, JAMES ARTHUR, M.S.E.
Associate Professor or Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering
(1958-1964).
PURSER, MARY MAY, M.FA.
Instructor of Education (1959-1960).
PURSER, STUART ROBERT.M M.F.A.
Professor o Art (1951-1951) *
PUTNAM, HUGH DYER, Ph.D.. L- r.n,. r ,r, ,-,i ',inr,., .
Professor ofEnvironmental E. ,r. r .ri.,, i. i. ."',,
PYArTT ([)%.INEI.,CENE Di En l, i-.r H.jpkinr I r,,.. -.r.,
Pf.r- , r f n i, ,, r- r m 1f fi'in rlr-r.r.i JI i i1,' .7l. i ,1 rhi
Derp rrmc-nool n I .7 It r."
PYE,RUBYLEE,M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1949-1954)
QLUADPES HkROLDLAWRENCFE ID Har.ar.it r,.e.;.i.
Inrf r.m 4.,,,i, nr Pr .r,-.... ..-. i4 4rprehb 1 ,1 ".. t,, 1 r
(1970-1970).
QL ARLES 1M'. SC LL B ii .n, v,-r.,ivofVirginia)
Prrt:. .. ,r 1,~, I49- Nrh9,
QUICK, DONALD THOMAS, M.D. (Western Reserve University)
Clinical Associate Professor in Medicine (1964-1970).
RABELL, ROSA B., M.Ed.
Instructor. P K. "nrer I -0 .. .. .,r. c t-, ..-., I i,,. 1 l'
RACKMAN, ROBERT LAMAR, M.S.
Research Associate, IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station (1969-1969)
RACKSTEIN ANDREW D MD (Chiraco Merliril School
'-.,,,flr',l irn 4. l, [h, ,, ,l. ,.'. i 7G '".. I l "'i',.
RAESE, JOHN THOMAS,Ph [) I r.., r ,, ,-,r *.lurI., lin
4.,;,sanr P -.,f, .' (4 .... r.,n r.. lj. Pn-,.l.. i, ,. if %, USDA.
.eB n iiforn, ulr,'ui ll .,,I i r ,r ... I 1"'s ? id,,
RAINERO, DANTE LIDO, M.D. (San Fernando Medical School)
Resident (1955)
RALEIGH, GEORGE JOSEPH, Ph.D. (- r,li. n,. ,.r.,,,
Professor (Horticulturist) IFAS. Everglades Experiment Station,
Florida Lettuce Inc. (1970-1970).
RAMEY.M. m Ph D iL .i..,r... ,iCalifornia)
Assistant Pr.. f, ... .. t. .. , 965-1966)
RAMF'r ROBERIT ANCEL IR [), n,..,:r., ...fCincinnati)
Pi,-,Il .1,, f OI [Ie ',lf.rJl I n .,, r ,ln i 7lC i
RAMIREZ, ADOLFO, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor of Spanish (948-1956).
RAMSAY, RICHARD E., M.D. (University of Florida)
Intern in Surgery(1969-1969).
RAMSEY, HOWARDW, MD. (University of Florida)
Assistant Professor in Medicine (1961-1968).
RAMSEY, R. EUGENE, M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Medicine (1970-1970)
RANDALL, MALCOM, M.H.A.
Associate Professor of Health and Hospital Administration.
VA. (1969-1969)
RANDAZZO, ANTHONY FRANK, P>. IJ i_ n, ,O r '. of North Carolina)
Assistant Professor of Geology (1967-1%7)









STAFF AND FACULTY


RAO.KOPPAKI,V ,Ph D (Lini.esit ofWisconsinil
Professor of Pharmjceutical Chem.sr), College of Pharmar)
(1969-79691
RAO.PEIA' ER ISH ,MBER Ph D iUnieevl r ol Georg.al
4.rcare Proies)ior .i 5tajtI'i Agricultural E p.r,.'iimen
Station (1965-1965).
RAPPENECKER C ASPR Ph D iCornell Unierseiill
Prifte5or of .Pntlog and Arrt, and Srr-nnrv Coor inatejr .0
Cor.rnuing(ducaroni 7e49-91%61
RATCHFORD.BENIJMIN' .PhD IDuke LinneraiiV)
I. lrli ePol.ti,'r f F,nt r- ancel 1969-19'il
RATHBUN, FRANK F., B.A.J.
Interim Instructor in Journalism and Commun, if orr n,
(1968-1968).
RATCLIFF GENE D M D iTulane Un,.erstr i
Cl,n,ral felln ,n I.f id,,r.ne ( Q'-0.19'"i,
RATLIFF HL'GH DONALD PhD ilohnsHopkins Ln..er..t,
A,-ranl Profe ctor,..rindulrr,a.tand S..,r-m En inpn r.,nf
(1970-1970).
R LULSTON. I NMESCHESTER Ph.D.(Univer.-il ol Marl,ndi
Asi,iranf Proute.or I -).-..ijni Ornamental Hiri, .iiir,,i i
IFAS, Gulf Coast Experiment Station (7969-1 ,%-' 1
RAVIN, MARK B., M.D. (New York Universit,
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology (1970. 19'0,
RAY, DELMAS DENNIS, Ph.D. (University of F Iou ida
Professor of Accounting (1948-1962).
RAYJORDON BOON, JR., J.D. (University o0 F lor ida
Associate Professor of Business Law (1962-' 9t81
RAYL,ANITA
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing(19'I0 .19 01
RAYL, JOHN E., M.D. (University of Louisville i
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery (196.2- 96 %'
RAYMOND, WALTER, B.Arch.
Professor of Architecture (1956-7958).*
REAGAN, MICHAEL GREGORY, B.E.E.
Associate in Physics (1968-1970).
REAVES, CLARENCE WILLIAM, M.S.A.
Extension Dairyman, Agricultural Extensio' Ser .: I 14'. I194
REBER, ROSE MARIE J., M.D. (New Jersey Collie ei Medic ne i
Instructorof Pediatrics (1968-1970).
REBER, STANLEY R., Ph.D. (University of Chic.gol
Assistant Professor of Economics (1969-1969,
REBMANN, DAVID RAYMOND, Ph.D. (Unier.ri .fl '.t,rnneula, d
Assistant Professor of English (1970-1970).
REDDISH, ROBERT LEE, Ph.D. (Texas A&M Uni er e.,, i
Associate Meals Specialist, Agricultural Extrn. n Sir ,rr.
(1955-1957)
REED, JOHN CLIFFORD, M.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and A... ,iarv ii ifo. t,
College of Engineering (1950-1965).
REED, LARRY WOOD, B.A.
Interim Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratory Sch..,, I% 1%" s
REED, THOMAS McKENNAN, Ph.D. (Pennsyl niu sljae ULn,. ei ,,, i
Professor of Chemical Engineering (1952-19651
REED, PHILIP B.,M.D. (Indiana University)
ClincialAssociate Professor (1969-1969).
REED-HILL,ROBERTELLIS D Sc iValel-'nirers.,l I
Professorof Me'itl.urr,, II 1n,1. s lt,, '-r t.nin. I -r.r ,,n i .' l6'in 196h4
REESE, EDWIN CHARLES, M.P.H.
Instructor of Physical Education (1966-1967%
REESE, ROBERT LEWIS, Ph.D. (University of F l.:. .dl
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturisr i if Ac ( .r,.
Experiment Station (7963-1966).
REEVES, FRANK BLAIR, M.A.Arch.
Professor of Architecture(1949-1968).
REGNA, JOSEPH LOUIS, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education (' % 1. il. I1
REICHARD, CARY LAYNE, Ed.D. (Coloradotiare I_ r.nrs,.,
Assistant Professorof Education (1969-196 .
REID, CHARLES EDWARD, Ph.D. (Louisiana ei Air.. .,L Lr i
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1948-193; i
REID, JOHN T., Ph.D. (Stanford University)
Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish (197'. 4 1,
REID, WILLIAM R., Ph.D. (Iowa State Univer..1, I
Professor of Education and Chairman, Spe. ., It. ,, rin
Department (1969-1969).


REINERT. AMES ARNOLD. Ph D IClemson Lnisersite
A,, rtlani Pnlesor iSlaniif rnir-oi-)14gir ii, fAS Plantartion
leldlaborator,5 19:0-19'Oi
REINsTINE HARRVi .IR MD iLniinrrsitI ol irg.niai
I1tin, Ja1 4*.,-1i,ar. Perir.,if ~t -r I q68-1%.9|
REISKIND IONATHAN Ph D) iHarard L'ni crsl I
4..i.,ldtlr Ptnrie(,lltr,,in r.i.Bi,ll.li n t sii II.,-1' anllon .l f. 4 .A ,Pi
il 96-l'h68i
REITZ HERMAN I Ph D iOhiSIdleleinnersairi
Pri...r ,ur H.,rtre iiltur i ,i,,,iil in Jl if -" Ci., u. <.E rn" ,=,r
Srrao I 19J6M. I765'i
REMILLET I LINE GORDON MPH

RENICk JOHN TERRi ,D IEm.n,.,r Ur.,,-r ,II
P..,,,l., Ir.nP. rh.li. I %r;i_ tQ ,r.
RENN A%% DE %1 D i n..e].,ri,r, loridal
/. ,,(h-,l f ,n Sur ', .' l^ 'rf,
RENNER.RICHARDRON.Ph D IL'n.erslv or Tei.ail
Aior',ael. Pr',lp 'lor o t,'i.itu,-in, mi 1"5-1%5)
RENNERT O%%EN M. M D iI_:n,.ers.il o Chicagol
An.c.care Pr.'_-t. ,r d.' Pedar .,: and B,a.r hemr.rr, !16,-19701
RENZ. JAM.ESHENR1 A Mil S
*.,,,,ranr DecrTur ,,f I ,brar,. I 95'0. 19 '1|
RE i NOL DS. OHN E% ERE TT. PhD i Ioa Siate Unnesit, I
A,,,rai.rtf Apricuurttj [cr-n ni)i. Afrrulrural E permeni
SlJrii.r,intn; 6 7%bI
RE NOLDS UNABLE MiARIE iM 1
4'..,-.rar- t.brat ,anr (r ( C io ,I 194 -. 19'I)0
REN NOLD' RICHARDC MN D lJohns Hopkins Un,.eritl1
A, .aif, e Prufe-.o' hf ,ec ,'c'r'narind -sr Dean for C rnmmunif
f.ed e,r l' 1968. 19",1
RHkTIGAN RONALDMI .M D iIJni,er.int, of lo,.al
C(nirrl ,rri.lrant Piro. .nr irP,,rh.log~ 1969. I-7b9
RHE P. JIAMES I Mi D Ianderbilh Lininerlsi
fhreer, in Suri er 1 19-"Il
RHINES FREDERIC NINIMS Ph D i ale Un.%ersiir)
Prtc ,o r of &ferallure-"aljandJ Alatereni Engneermn and
Ch.prm.in ,nthe Doparlmenl i t'15Q. 1960J
RHODES HARL AN L Ph D IUniefils ot llhino.si
"rorareProt,'-,,r i ..,,,-.,i r Ne.m rlt r e ,I Iif A'. iCenirl
f lo"rfad (xporr.rtnr rSat,, ,ni 7q5. 19k.'1
RHOADtS FREDERICK kilL TON Ph D iM.s1,.i.pp, StlaeCollegei
A4,..iant Prff,.. .r | A,,..Ia-,t 0ll. Ch--, rnl if AS North florda
E iper.m.-nr .tat,,sn t'.h6.19 bi
RICCI LEON4ARDO PhD iUnierii ol Florence-i
(',r]dual R.-arrf-h Prt..,-C "rii r,'.h,ir furef 1969-19691
RICE ROBERT I M 1 A
4A. ,.tn( Prr)lr-.ii,- .-, I:,u*rr,.il,,m .ur,,l I C ,:ttn ,jr.,,- ir,,-n, 19%6-71% 6'
RICE %lARRENJOHN Ph D i\%le.prnReterne Lrn,er.%is I
A4...,anl Pr,:.le..t-,r .-.t Chin,,..) '.'.,r ti OluC \ A 1196Q- l )i'1I
RICE \\ILLINIC m 3 iinliiei;ii ol Floridal
Re.rfiPrni ,n SL '1, lv',n
RICH MAR\ C .Mt
As,,, jrinr in Pe-.dair Her, ir,. i, .g:
RICHARD CEORCE A MN D iL'n,.er>.t, olrPi.iburghl
4. ..art Pri,r ,.- ,r ,n Pchf,alr., .1 196 .'1 h.1
RICHARD \%A.NE Ph D IPeabod, ln,slulel
4..,rant Prot;n ,r[11 1 jdur" l ,. I l-819fr81
RICHARDS CHkR[ltSC MD ilohnHopkinnUr..e,,r.I',i
Clnr.-jl 4 r...nfl Pri.f.-. s.-, nnP.thr... ,-., i 1t ''i-I9'O- i
RICHARDSON IANMESGILBERT M A
.,,.arP- Pr, .r.r i f. rlj.,,r. 1 fJ1 195 "I
RICHARDSON %\OODRO\\ %%ILSON B ChE
4, lfarinr i'lrfnn,,rr ( tAil. lq'li
RIDGE MARC ARE T BL'RNS Mi L S
A,,,I.lnr i ,t.r, r. ir, C r log I ?Ih". I'If'9
RILDERER LAHOMkiL PhD IFlo.d,,
Inrern. /IrsfL'u. .,1 f -i. t or l 0 nlJ ..I '.rTi[pur.,r Lihi-ratjir in
Co rll.e ,lr- tBu . 4rAdi-nT,i i.rr i. i T9 ral
RIEGEL.B'RON%% .tM D ICornellUni,eii,tlsi
Resdemn .nO pl',rh (in r-ln]h i lsb% 19081
RIFE DAMIDCECIL PhD iOh..oi 3leULn,.?ert[%
fra-r,,m .-si,, )V-i Pr. .ao. ..-,f DE n ..'n it B,'o'line. at CSoe'-c- .
i l'6b 19681
RIC,GS FR NNKP I D ILr,,,-er,, ot Flor.dal
A. ',.ff P lr t<.,lt ,Lan r 190 i 1








STAFF AND FACULTY


RIHERD,MARTHA,M.Ed.
Teacher, P.K i ongel Ihi ar,air, r h,. ,t ,,.5. tQOii,
RIKER HAROIDCL ARK Ed D lColunmba n.er.,I,,
Prn ivit ol li, ju in J anI Dir I ,it ll i i.,1,uifi- I 1.9 1 ih) *
RILl~.IOSlPHL M D iLomaLindai
R i-.derif niii rierh -io lotbi I It*). It,-'
RING, WADE,M.Ed.
Instructor, PK. Yonge Laboratory School (1958-1962).
RION, WILLIAM E., M.A.
Director off. Wayne Reitz Union (1945-1948).
RIPPV %, IISONC Ir M D limc.F% L'n.i-rsity)
CI,nral ~o. ao- er.', han i 6%.. e4. J
RISING, CLARA LUCILLE.Ph D i L'n., i of F Ior iJa i
Assistant Professor of Humani,.r : *
ROAN.% ERNON PARKER PhD iL nier.l. 1 IIIinnoi
4SO( aJfr Pno,..unr, ,I v.f c'lar,,ra tEl[r,irr .'rir i I i lQvi i n, ,
ROBBINS, CHARLES LEWIS, M.S.
Instructor in Sociology (1956-1960).
ROBBINS, JAMES E., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology (1962-1962).
ROBBINS, MARILYN I.. B.S. (Iowa State College)
4,anIalrr nri P.,-h,.ar. r 1thQ. lQh'i
ROBBINS, RALPHCOMPTON Ph D i 'n.,er,,rs ..t llIr,,,,
Associate Professor (A /.*i i r ,Jir.r.in, if % i I 'ui. 1hr, .
ROBERTS, DANIEL ALTMAN,Ph D ioirn,.ll University)
Professor(Plant Pirh ,,-.e. i n. irit ,it, j fi,,.i I r., 4 il,.,l
Sciences (1959-1964).
ROBERTS, DAYTON YOUNG, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Interim Associate Professor of Education (1968-1968).
ROBERTS, DONALDRAY, Ph.D. -.ubu.;r, .n,.,r ,i
Research Associate (Courtesy). It ;1. t'*'s. ,',
ROBERTS, EDWARD GUERNSEY, Ph.D. (State University of New
York)
Professor. IFAS, U.S Embassy. Saigon, Vietnam (1970-1970).
ROBERTS, ELEANOR F., M.F. A. (Yale University)
Public Functions Manager, I. Wayne Reitz nion (1965-1965).
ROBERTS. ELIOT C.. Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Professor and Chairman, Department of Ornamental Horticulture.
Institute of food and Agricultural Sciences (1967-1967).
ROBERTS, HENRY LAMAR, M.D. (Duke University), P*' D iMt, iC..i

ROBERTS, LEONIDAS HOWARD, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences and Astronomy;
Adviser (1949-1961) *
ROBERTS, MICHAEL D. Phil. (0. fc, d I r,;. e: it, i
Assistant Professor in Biochv- i-m i 'i. liii
ROBERTS, PAUL EDWARD, Jr., Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1969-1969)-
ROBERTS, RAYMOND BLAINE, Ph.D. (Iowa State University)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1970-1970).
ROBERTS, ROBERT MICHAEL, Ph.D. (Oxford University, England)
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Botany (1970-1970).
ROBERTS, STEPHEN D., Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1968-1968).
ROBERTSON,MARY FRANCES, M.A.
Associate in Psychiatry (1966-1967).
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM KITCHENER, Ph.D. (Purdue University)
Professor (Soil Chemist). IFAS, Agricultural Experiment
Stations (1950- 965).
ROBINSON, FRANK ALBERT,M.S.
Associate Agriculturist, Agricultural Experiment Stations
(7950-1966),
ROBINSON,JACK RICHARD. B.A.
Assistant Director of Personnel (1965-1969).
ROBINSON,JOSEPH AL, B.S.
Interim Teacher. P K Yonge Laboratory School (1969-1%969).
ROBINSON, WILLIAM RONALD, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Associate Professor of English (1967-1967)
ROBINTON,WALTER HASKETT, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor in Social Sciences (%967-1967).
ROCHFORD, JOHN PATRICK, B.A.
Interim Assistant Librarian, Special Collections (1969-7969).
RODEHEAVER, jANET LITTLE. M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Medical Technology (1961-1967).


RODGERS, EARL GILBERT, Ph.D. (Iowa State university)
11.M, .. .. ,,i ~,g v.ir n,, it AS (1946-1959)
RODRIGUEZ, RENE SERGIO, Jr., Ph D (U niv-rsity o( T-ennessee
Assistant Professor of Mathtmah ticals 96t -1968
ROESCHCHARLES B, MD (Cornelli Universiy)
ClinicalAssistant Professor i. n Srgery I if P-, 11- 1969)
ROESSLER,( HaRLE' I PhI) l ,., 1 i.lorida)
Assistant ', ,i. -.. ,. I. .... i ,. ,i . '1967-1967)
ROGERS, CLARENCE J. M.Ag.
Associate Professor (Assoc Agricultural iniimeir; If AS
(1953-1967)
ROGERS, JAMESSAMUEI Ph I) ,, ....... ofIlinois)
Agricultural Engineer.' ,s',4 i ,, i iSi 1%9 )
ROLAND, DAVIDALLFN, Sr., Ph.D. (University of Georgia)
Assistant Professor, andAssistant Poultry S ienti,. Agri cultural
Experiment Station (1970-1970).
ROLF,LESTER)..Ir.,Ph.D.(T,..i. 'A.t i, ... r .,.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Ph r,,,.- ..' . ., r .-,
ROLLINS, RALEIGH,M.D. (Medical (.. i Georgia)
R e si d e n t i ,, ,-, I ,
ROOKS, EVELYN ANN, M.H.E.
Assistant Professor (Extension Human Development Specialist)
IFAS (1969-1969).
ROOSENRAAD, ION A., M.A.
Interim Instructor in journalism and Communications (1968-1968)
ROPICKI, JAMES STEVEN, B.A.
Computer Operations Manager 1(1966-1966)
ROSCELLI, William John, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Associate Professor of English (1%966-1968)
ROSE,GILLIS NORMAN, B.S.
Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Stations (1943-1945).
ROSEN, IRA G., Ph.D. (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn)
Assistant Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
(1967-1%7).
ROSENBAUM, WALTER A., Ph.D. (Princeton University)
Associate Professor of Political Science (1962-1%3)
ROSENBERGER, STANLEY EUGENE, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Marketing Specialist in Vegetable Crops, Agricultural Extension
Service (1947-1965).*
ROSENBLOOM A RLANL MD .1 0 i r.i. .....,n, ,r,
Assistant Pr,.. -, ,,. I .. .' tu i t%.vt
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 (1955-7966)
ROSS, CLAUDIUS ALLEN, M.S.A.E.
Graduate TeachingAssociateinAerospace Engineering (1958-1964)
ROSS, ERNEST, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Visiting Professor, Poultry Science, IFAS, (1969-1969).
ROSS, JAM ESE.,PE, D it n,r.- i ill ..... ,
Assistant Director for Technical Assistant in International
Programs in Agriculture, IFAS (1966-1970).
ROCSS IOHNI MD Har, jrd L r,,,:.r.,,,
S..' ar,- Pr.-,- .,or .. P r.J..ir,, 1-. 7i ,
ROTH, ROBERT A., M.D. (Case-Western Reserve University)
Resident in Surgery (1970).
ROTHMAN, HOWARD BARRY, M.A.
Research Instructor of Speech (1969-1969)
ROTHWELL, DONALDFREDFRICK Ph D iPur.u-Lr.i.. i.r,,
Associate Professor (A- .. .. ..* ,. r.,i,.i..,,, i
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1948-1958).
ROUSE, ALVIN HAMILTON, M.S.
Professor (Chemist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station (1949-1958)
ROW, ANDREW WILLIAM, M.A.
Instructor in Mathematics (1958-1958).
ROWE, BOBBY LOUISE, M.A.
Interim Instructor of Education (1969-1969).
ROWE, CHARLES E., M.D. University of Virginia)
Resident in Surgery (1970)
ROY, JOANN RUTH, B.A.
Interim Teacher. P. K Yonge Laboratory School. (1969-1%969)
ROYE, DAVID B., Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Interim Assistant Professor of ih I... Sciences (1969-1970)









STAFF AND FACULTY


RLBIN.MEIN L .M D (Uniersilv of Calfornmal
P'ole.'or ou Ophthalmology 11963-19671
RUBIN.PETERE .N D IL ninersifl of Rochester)
Instructor of tpdfd.cne(%.1.-79'0
RUBRECHT.AUGUSTWESTON, B.A.
Infrr.m Inq.rucror of fngi.th i 1969-1964qi
RUELKE,OTTOCHARLES.Ph D (Uniserslv of Wisconsinl
Professorol 4 Rronorm) In FAS 1955-1969i
RUFFIN.WILLIAMCAIN, R., M.D. (University of North
Carolina)
Professorof Psychiatry (1959-1968).
RUMIMEL.RAV4MOND A.LFRED. BS
,ltant Ptoletnr of. erallurgu.'al and M.arerial, fngneerrnI
(1959-1967).
RUSHTON.FR4NCISEDWARDS.M D IUniersit of Vrginal
As4 itdnr Prole-uor ol Ped'arri 1%969. -lq'O
RUSSELL,LARRY WILBUR, M.S.E.
Senior Research Assistant in Engineering in Environmental
Inirneernni t198-19681
RUTAN, FRED MURRAY, M.S.
Associate Professor of Physical Theraps f % 1 I 1968
RUTH, BYRON EDWARD. Ph D |Ves! rginia Ln,ersit,
Associate Professorof C, vI E ngi never Ing 17970- 19 0 I
RYAN MkARYPATRICIA M ,
4.,%ra nt Prolecr ol Ph sica Educarsonf 1969-19691
RISCHKEHITSCH GEORGE ELCENE Ph.D OhioSiale
University)
Professor of Cherem,srr 1956-19651
SABATELLA, JOSEPH J., M.F.A.
Assistant Dean of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts and
Associate Professor of Architecture(1959-1967).
SABIN, JOHN ROGERS, Ph.D. (University of New Hampshire)
Interim Associate Professor of Chemistry (1970-1970).
SABOM, MICHAEL B., M.D. (University of Texas)
Interim in Medicine (1970-1970).
SACIUK, BOHDAN, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese (1969-1969).
SADLER, FRANK 0., M.Ed.
Instructor in English (1966-1970).
SADLER, SAMU EL GOULD, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1 954. 1q95 i
SAFFOS, ROSILIE S., M. D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Pathology (1 968-1968). *
SAGA, SEGUNDINA A., M.D. (University of Cincinnati)
Resident in Anesthesiology (1970-1970).
SAHNI, PRITAM S., M.D. (Medical College of Amritsar)
Re.denf .n SurRers 119'01i
SAJOVIC, JAMES W., M. F. A.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1966-1970).
SALIS, PATRICIA J., B.A.
Research Assistant (1968-1968).
SAMUEL, JOHN ALTON, M.S.E.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1954-1967).
SANCHEZ-SALAZAR, ANIBAL A., M.D. (San Marcos University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology (1969-1969).
SAND, WALTER I., Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, VA' (1968-1968).
SANDEFUR, WAYNE THOMAS, H.S.D. (University of Indiana)
Professor, Professional Physical Education; Chairman of
Department of Professional Curriculum (1953-1963).
SANDER, EUGENE GEORGE, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Associate Professor in Biochemistry (1967-1970).
SANDERS, SANDY K., M.D. (University of Florida)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1965-1968).
SANDERS,W. Eugene, M. D. (Cornell University)
Associate Professor of Medicine (1969) and of Immunology and
Medical Microbiology (1964-1970).
SANDERS, WILLIE, B.S.E. (University of Florida)
Instructor of Neuroscience(1967-1967).
SANDERSON, JOHN ALLEN, M.U.P.
Assistant Professor of Architecture(1969-1969).
SASHOFF,STEPHEN PENCHEFF, M.S.
Professor of Electrical Engineering (1932-1946).


SATZ PAUL.PhD (Universly ol Kentucky)
Assoc.ae Professor of Clan.cal Psychologv 1964-19671
SAUNDERS. JOHNVAN D)KE.Ph D (Universiy of Florida)
Professor of Socology(1961-1967)
SALUNDERS IULIAVISSOTTO.M I
interim ,stant Librarian. Caaiogf 1969-1969)
SAVORY JOHN. Ph D Universi of Durham, England)
Aisociare Professor oi Pathology 11966-19701)
SAW.IOHNGREENVILLE.Ph D Univerisityof Londonl
Professor of Statistrcs (1965-19691
SAWADA TATSURO.Ph D. (Uniersity of California. Los Angeles)
Si nisrng Associare Research Prolessor of Physics and Mathematics.
and Interim Assistant Profesior of Mafhemac(7%(1965-19701
SAV, YER. EARL MORROW Ph D I U ni ersity of Florida)
Associate Prolessor of Physs 194-7%19681
SAWYER.HERBERT A .IR..M E..C E
Professor of Ci il Engineering 17%2-967%19621
SD.tENA,GOPALKRISNA.Ph.D IUniversity of Florida)
Posr-Doctoral feloois. Agricultural E periment Station (7%96-1968)
SAXON.STEPHE N APPOLLOS. Ph D F Ilorida State University I
Assisrant Professor of Mathematcs (7969.-1969
SCALES.RON VV .PhD (UniersityVof Mississippi)
Postdoc oral fellow in lmmunotoe) and Medical Microbiology
,1970-1970)
SCHAEPER, HERBERT ROBERT ANTON, Ph.D. (University of
Florida)
AssirtantProtesor otMechaniralf ngineerrngf%99-1970)
SCH'FER MICHAEL IRV"IN.Ed D Uniseisityof Florida)
Interim Assistant Professoro' Education (1969-19691
SCHAFER, WALTER L., M.D. (Ohio State University)
Clinical Instructorof Pedratr,c 1i %'- 1909)
SCHAFFER, GERALD, B.S.B.A.
Assistant to the Vice President for Administrative Affairs
(1971-1971).
SCHANK, STANLEYCOX Ph D (Un.,ersit\ of California)
AssociateProfessorof 4gr onorr,. A S 1961-79661
SCHARNWEBER, RONALD L., M.A.
Residence Administrator, Division of Housing(1969-1969).
SCHUB I MESHAMILTON.Ph.D (Purdue Unniersitl I
Professor of Civil Engineeringand Cha. man ol the Department
(1969-1969).
SCHAUBLE, PAULG., Ph.D. (Michigan State University)
Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling Center
(1970-1970).
SCHEAFFER, RICHARD LEWIS, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1967-1967).
SCHEFFER, GEORGE, B.A.
Instructor of Architecture (1969-1969).
SCHIEBEL, LEONARDWILLIAM
Associate in Pharmacy
SCHENCK, NORMAN CARL, Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Professor (Plant Pathologist) Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (1956-1968).
SCHETTI NI, ALFONSO, M.D. (University of Naples)
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology (1968-1969).
SCHIEBLER, GEROLD LUDWIG, M.D. (Harvard Medical School)
Professor and Chairman of Pediatrics (1960-1966).
SCHIENEMAN, BRUCE 0., M.D. (Ohio State University)
Resident in Medicine (1968-1969).
SCHIFFLI, RICHARD)., B.S.B.A.
UniversityBusiness Manager (1966-1971).
SCHI MPFF, ROBERT D., M.D. (Universityof Florida)
Clinical Fellow in Pathology (1970).
SCHMELING, GARETH L., Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor of Classical Languages (1970-1970).
SCHMERTMANN,JOHN HENRY,Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Professor of Civil Engineering (1965-1965).*
SCHMID, GERHARDMARTIN, Ph.D. (Innsbruck University)
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1964-1970).
SCHMIDT, MARLIN, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Education (1968-1968).
SCHMIDT, PETER ALLEN, M.A.
Assistant in Engineering in Nuclear Engineering Sciences
(1968-1968).








STAFF AND FACULTY


SCHMIDT ROBERT ALLEN Ph D iPennsIanma Sale Lni ersiy i
Asoranf P'ofesor f I i,,ran r Foiretpr In lnrfirp of Food and
Agr'culrural Srrence,i tI%"- 7%'i
SCHNARE P41L.S PhD (TulaneLn;, ers;Ii
A,.toant Prnlesor .,f lMathenar.-ir 1l9?'- 1%"'.
SCHNEIDER, EVA MARIA, M.A.
Visiting Instructor ofGerman (1968-1968).
SCHNEIDER NATHNJ .Ph D IUni.ers s olPiimsburghi
Ass.slant Professorot Barreonolog IQ 154.- 1941
SCHNEIDER,RICH4RD THEODOR Dr rei fal i lem.hncal
Uniersiiv ShlulgarT German, I
Professor ol Nucleai fr. RneetSi-g'c,ni oP, 1Q5. 57 681
SCHNEIDER %ILLIk Il4MES M D arnderb.II University)
Intern in Su'gers i 79"'0
SCHNELLE.KLRT HANS M D IL'niersi, 01 N1unichi
Vr.ng Research ,socare e oll Plharmri- 11%99-7%91
SCHOENAU, RONALD HELMUTH, B.S.
Data Procesng .rec ro' Il %-1. %o'i
SCHOESSOIA GLENIOHN M S M E
Proies or 't uflur'lea,' fno,rn -.ne, 1 1-95..?i
SCHOLES ROBERT IAMES. Ph D ULn..er<.ivof Indiana)
4,0oclare Proeis,,or ot Speech'h! i1 .- .19"0) *i
SCHRADER, HANS WILLIAM, M.S.

SCHRODER, VINCENT NILS, Ph.D. (UDuke University)
Associate Professor of Agronomy, IfAS (1955-1969).
SCHULKIND, MARTIN LEWIS, M.D. (University of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics ( 965-1968).
SCHULMAN, STEPHEN GREGORY, Ph D iL nierai rol Arizonial
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical hemrr lo "1.79 '' 0
SCHULZE. DAID L .Ph D iloia Stale L'riiers I I
A.s-rant Prnlepsr ri f.,onomii 1rw tf .t' l
SCHUMACKER, AUDREY SIMS, Ph.D. (Western Reserve University)
Professor Psi.:holoigs 1958-. I581i
SCHUMACCHER HENR)C MID ilohr., H pkins L nieriniT,
Clin.cat4,.orcal.'.nP,.iha,,s i ?%<)*''r"'
SCHWAB, HENRY R., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor of Classical Languages (1970-1970).
SCHWAB IOHN I MD IL'n,.esar, of'ou..,.Ilel
P'uote.'s..'r ot P rchirr, 11959.1 'i.
SCHWARTZ, FRANK LEROY, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1962-1962).
SCHWARTZ HERBERT TOBIAS IL %I i .'n.,,Ps.l o Illinois)
Inrerim Ai.tranr Prole' or of S3,jI Sc nr.-, 17968f. 19%8i.
SCHWARTZ, MICHAEL R.,M.H A.
4AiocireDirector SFh.nd, Teat,-h,;in H.-,pilal anri (fllrics;
Asitanr PrnrP-.o-c.r ofHetallh nd H.ip,lFal 4im.Iristrn. r.n
(1966-1968).
SCHWARZ, GEORGE C., M.D. (Duke University)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Assistant Professor of
P',rh3rr %1196. Qt %9l
SCHWEYER, HERBERT ENGLISH, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Chem: it bneir,.erine i -Q46. -QSil
SCIADINI. FRANK, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive Logic, Adviser ,1960-1965).
SCOTT, ANNA DEANE, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1967-1967).
SCOrl CHARLEN.M D i uLnenisit of North Carolina)
Resident ,n Ped.artr, it 19"'- I''i,
SCOTT, DAVID F., jR., M.B.A.
Interim Instructor of Finance (1968-1968).
SCOTT, KATHERINE NASFAY, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Postdoctoral Associate in Radiology (1968-1970).
SCOTT, MALCOLM FRASER, B.A.
Assistant Director of Admissions (1962-1962).
SCOTT, THOMAS A., Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Professorof Physics (1958-1966)
SCOTT.THOM.ASE IR NI D iLrni.er.iwiofTennessee)

SCOTT, THOMAS MCDONALD, M.A.E.
4....rant ProlP. O ro Ph .,in lb',lui-dri',r, 1941 19?.:i..
SCRAFFORD RALPH 4 Ed D iPennsylvania State University)
Associate Professor of Education (7957-1957). *
SCROGGIE,ANN MCKISSICK, M.S.
Interim Instructor of Education (1967-1968).


SCROGGIE.EVERETT, JR., M.A
Assistant Professor of Communicative Disorders (1966-1968)
SLRLGC.S.V.ILLIANI.tRTn IR '.t Hi
L.,-,i-,,t.na.,in il isp i P-il Pr, i ..-,,. I '. ..... of Continuing
Idu 3ar,,n 1 t9o6. 819 l
SCUDDER, DELTONLEWIS, PhD .Yjhi A.r,:.., ;.
Professorof Religion andC t,.. rn,..i i i ,.,n ..ir 1946-1946)
SCUDDER, WALTER TREDWELL,Ph D ( o- r,, ,.1 .,,
Professor (H orticulturist), IFAS, r ,. I '. r.. i I ** -. ,
rjr,,on(t les.-r ihf
SEABERG, LILLIAN MARIE, M.A.
Associate Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (7949-1970)
SEASHORE, JOHN H., M.D. (Yale Universily)
Instructor in Surgery )HEP (1970-1970)
SEASHORE, MARGRETTA, M.D. (Yale University)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (1970-71970).
SEAY, MARY E., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Pediatrics (1968-1969).
SEGEDY, HARRY I., B.A.
Assistant Curator, Florida State Museum (1965-7965).
SEITO,TAKASHI,M.D. ;Okdarn.iLni.erin;.,
k u\rinp .,,,ar', Sure.i r I I 14 ii
SELF, MORRISWALDT, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of CI.iI IF ,-,, -,.n l, i. I.c1i
SELFRIDGE, RALPH G., Ph.D. (University of Oregon)
Professor of Mathematics and Director of the
ComputingCenter (1961-1966)
SENTERFITT, VERNON, M.S.
Assistant in Immunology and Medical Microbiology
(1968-1968).
SETTLE, ROBERT B., Ph.D. (University of California at
Los Angeles)
Assistant Professor of Marketing(1970-1970).
SEWELL IFRRYH B S (UlnivertitvoECP...e.j,
Rep.,- rch .....ra r i ,, i Iphr,.,mrd, ,,.-, I'- 69)
SEYMOUR, CARTER PURNELL, M.S.
Associate Plant Pathologist, Div. of Plant Industry (1968-1968)
SEYMOUR, SANDRA F., M.N.
Instructor, College of Nursing (1969-1969)
SHAARA, RICHARD BENSON, M.D. (University of Texas)
University Physician (1969-1969).
SHAFFER, CHARLESVERNON, Ph.D. (Stanford University)
P r .: o e r '.. f E le or l 1 f n e' ,.- -. r ..- j n I I .. r.r. I -r j ',
theC radu, ifF I'Ih.,.:, I i-.. '4-4
SHAGORY,GEORGE E.,M.B.A. (Wharton School of Finance)
Graduate Research Associate, Academic Affairs (1969-T%9);
SHAH, DINESH O., Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Asistant
Professor of Anesthesiology (1970-1970).
SHANDS, JOSEPH W., JR., M.D. (Duke University)
Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
(1961-1970).
SHANOR, LELAND, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina), D.Sc.
(Illn..i \\e Fle.anr L rier ,il,
Prote-, :il Chi,a-rn -i. Dpa r trin., of Botany, Institute of food
arid Agriiru urai Si' ,rr'r 1 '. t ,
SHAPIRO,WILLIAM JAMES,M.D. (Medical .. '..- ..,i Georgia)
Resident in Surgery(1970).
SHAPIRO,STANLEYT., M.D. (University of Georgia)
Resident in Surgery (1967-1967)
SHARP, BERT LAVON, Ed.D. (University of Florida)
Dean, College of Educat ion, and Professor of Educat ion (1956-1968)*
SHARPE,M ILESHERL i Ph D ,P.r,-r. l.ar ,,j i..i.. .. rsity)
Editorand( Cr 'r,.. ,r ( . .,,,1 h.. ,r n ,, i . ,
Food andAgricultural Sciences (1955-7961)
SHARPE, RALPH HAROLD, M.S.
Professor (Horticulturist) tIFAS. (1948-1960).
SHAW, LAWRENCE NEIL, Ph.D. (Ohio State)
Assistant Professor (Asst i-. h .' ,i.. .,. f, it (1969-1969)
SHAW,LELANDGEORGEM.Arch.,
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1964-7967
SHAW, LYNN F., Ph.D. (Cambridge University)
Assistant Professor of Pathologyf1968-1969;
SHAUW %%1 R M [R. Pt, [i n...r 1 of Wisconsin
P r,-,lr. .,. l, ,I ( u ,, ,I, .r l ", '. r*r _[' .









STAFF AND FACULTY


SHAW.SLIZANNE JANE MI A
Asistanr librarian Catalogf 1967-19671
SHEA IOSEPH IAIMES.Ph D Uniersilt ol Michigani
As%,siantProlesson of Education (1967'-1967J
SHECKLES.MAR' ELM'RA.Ed D IColumbiaUnisersity
4sociate Protessorol Educarion (1958-1964)
SHEEHAN THOMAS IOHN.PhD ICornell Unisers lV)
Professor (Ornamenal Hortf.clluristI.IFAS (1954- 1967)
SHEMDIN OMAR H .Ph D iSIanford Uniersit.)
Associare Prolessor of Coastaland Oceanography
Engineering 196'- 19691
SHENKMAN FREDERICK ALAN.Ed D iUniversitly of Floriddl
Assorstnr Professor of Social Sciences 1 1969-19' I
SHEPHERD. ISAAC BARNETT.M A
I rising Instructor of ArrI1 19'n
SHEPPARD DONALDMANI Ph D iArizonaStatel
AssiranfProftesorofEngineering Science and Mechanics
1968-1968)
SHERMAN. ROBERT RA.MOND.Ed.D iRurgers L'niersit I
Assisranr Proessor of Education 196". 96 'i
SHERMAN STEPHEN L M A
Interim Instructor in Englh;h (97n0-.9 '(
SHERMAN.WAS NE BLSH.Ph D IPurdue Uneisitv l
A t Protlesor| Asr HorticulrurstirlF AS (19l-1966-
SHEROUSE.RA% TRUMAN
.4%istanrProtessor'.Asisifani Afereorc.log,sl. If AS LUS b6.
55earher Forecatr.ngSers,.cePIQ35-1935)
SHERRARD.MAURICEG .BP A
Afed.cal Art .llurtiarori l9%6-19b'
SHERRARD ROBERTG B5
C.,.IDelen.eCoordmroldor 1962.'1962
SHE\ ACH. ALLENB .M D lSaleUniers.t ol Nevs oirkI
Retidenr ,n Obstetric.andC snerologs 11969-19691
SHIELDS DOROTHN ANN. N Ed
A4 sdtranr Professor lf Phv ,cal Education 11962-19621
SHIELDS. MURRA. irILLIiM PhD iUrnitrsit of
Washingloni
Proleusor ol Economic (7194.- Q491
SHIPPEN E RODM'N Ni D IHahnemannkMedicalCollegel
Clinic 1 .Asociate in Ps h.hatrs ( 162-19b?'
SHIRLE' RAy LOLUIS PhD NM.chiganSlatel
Professor .:t Anmal Science i An.Til Nuirrsiont i IF AS
1949-.1957I "
SHOEMNIKER. MADELI N OlEN. M.Ed
Instructor P A. ongpe aborafor School 1966-19'")i
SHOEM'EN.MRGARE TCL ARE.M 4
ln.rructoroo Cci upardr.nal Theraps. Chiel Occupaional
Therap.sr s 964.7%61
SHOFI IOHND I D (LinisersitsotFloridai
Asisan tja, .brajran 796. 19691,
SHOLTES ROBERT STEPHEN Ph D iULniserits rit Flordai
Asicsaire Prolfesor of EniionmnernraIl Ere.neering
7 964-1964-'
SHORT DONALDELUGENE PhD iUniserit) otNebraskal
A,,stant Profiessor Agr iculturaliflfnsi,r-n Senrice (I70. -.19'nI
SHOUP.IJAMESCLIRTIS M S
A. sisrant ii Pedarsi Pharmiror;,es?
sHOw ALTER ROBERTKENNETH MS
Prrtofessr of f orid 5cen c- and Hortiur uturst inlstlute
of foodand Aericurural Scier.ces i 945-.1956i
SHULER AL'DIEIRW'IN B A
Drprrrr S ,':urirv Ser ce I%96.'2- 2I
SHULMAN ST 4NFORD T MD lUniersitv ol Chicagoi
r'linral fellosn in Pediatric, 1190- 19"01i
SHLLT ERNEST ED% ,4RD Ph D lUnisersIt of Illinossl
Pr-ilifssrnVi Nistrf ldit i. 79i 1. 19'0)1
'iHLIMI K[R IAMESR Ph D iL- nie-,itr ofl kinnesotal
A.ssjt f Pri- ri.r I As ftamil HrfirrcIulrjr,,rii .l If AS
Polar i,.ln isratj on, I b(irjt ori '196 .7%'I
SHUSTER JONATHAN JACOB Ph D It.Ci llinieisl, i
S,,tant Prle-,0 .,f si S 1jiist s 796Q6. IQ9li
%lEt. k-N \ .1 Ed
A.,.ranrPri i .-c.(,r ., ,i pi,.nal Thferap i Ir ? -19"1'
SilG PETIRK B65
s-i ..,rn Ein l.r lifp llh rci s rfr R.lilt,'rrin t19fSJ. 19 lSl


SIEGEL. BETTf LENTZ. Ph.D. (Florida Stale University)
.Associare Professor of Education 17967-1970)
SIEGEL. JOEL HERBERT. M A
Assistant Professor ,n English and Linguistics (1967-1970)
SIEK A. FR ANK L., Ph D (State Unisersity ol New York)
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling (1969-19691
SIERAKOWSKI, ROBERT L., Dr Eng (Yale University)
Associate Prolessor o Engineering Science and mechanics
(1967-7968)
SIGMON.KERMIT N ,PhD (University of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Marhematics (966-1%6)
SILMHACEK. DONALD LEROY, Ph.D (Uniersiry of Wisconsm)
Assistant Professor, USDA Insect Artracianr Behavior Research
lab(1970-7970)
SILK.ERNEST SAMUEL.M S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences. Adviser (1957-1957) *
SILVERMAN. IRWIN. Ph D. Unniersite of Rochesler)
ProlessorofPsychologN (1968-19701
SIMANTON.WILLIAM ALDRICH. Ph D Ilowa Stale Unisersay)
Professor (Entomologistr), Cirus Experimenr Station 17950-1950;
SIMMONS, LVNDA L ,M Ed (University of Florida)
Interim Teacher. P K Yonge laborator) School( 1968-1968;
SIMMONS.ROBERTE M A.
Associate Profeior of journalism and Communications
(1969-1969)
SIMONS, FRED OLI\ ER, Jr ,Ph D IUniversity of Floridal
Associate Professor of Electrcal Eng.neering GENE Sr-Orlando
(1965.19691
SIMPSON, CHARLES FLOYD, D .M (Cornell University. Ph.D
University of Minnesolal
Professor (Pathologist) Instirute olfood and Agriculiural
Sciences7 948-19571
SIMS GEORGE RUDD.M B A
A.ssiran( Professor of marketing and Assisranr Dean. College ol
Business, Administrration 195 7-19641
SINGLETON,GEORGE T.,M D IBaylor Unnersity)
Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Division of Orolaryngolon.
ChieotStatt Shands TeachingHospitalandClinsic (17%-1968)
SINGLEN. JOHN EDW ARD. Ph D (University of Florida)
Professor of I arer Chemisrry. Department of Environmental
(Eriineering 1%79.19'0)
SISLER, HARRN HAIL. Ph D (Uniersitlv of llfinoisl
E xecut e L ice Preident and Prorjfeor of Chemistry (1956-1970)
SITES. JOHN WILBUR. Ph D. (Ohio Stale LrUniersit I
Professor (Hortc ulturist I and Dean tor Research. IF AS
(1942-1%71
SIVAZLIAN BOGHOSD.Ph D tCase Institute of Technology I
Associare Prolessor of Irdustrialand st iemi Engineering
1966-1%968
SKELLEI.ROBERTCHARLES,M.F A
Associare Professor of Art (1%2-.79.01
SKINNER.RICHARDG I M D IEmory ULini.eitl I
Clinical Associate Profesor i IHEPIn Pediatrics 1968-19681
SKINNER THOMASCOBB M Ag
ProleisorI Agtrcultural Engsner)lf ISlT 194"- 19
SKORA IRENE A..M D (Medical Academy ot lagiellonski
Lini.eryitIl
Clinr,,cal A4,ssant Prole;ior o 4oAnehe.ilops i 1969-19691
SLATER JOHNCLARKE.Ph D iHarvard Uninersii s
Graduate Research Proleuior of Ph) sics and Chem#ntrv 11964-1964)
StLATER.ROSEC I MOONE'. Ph D iUniersiy ol Chicagol
I siting Prolessor ol Chemfri (f 1964-.19641
SLATON.ROBERTC MD (ULniersi orFlornda)
Intern Afedcone
SLAUGHTER,IOHN EIDELL M.A
A-s,,ranrProfenuroi Sorial Scepnceilq959-1964I
SLOITERBECK OBERTA ANN. Ph D ILn.sersjil or Tesasi
Asistani Proei;sorolf Kathemaci 117969.197"101
SMALL. KENNETH FREDERIC K
Director Ridic. SFaion % RL'FI 1956-19561
SNIALL. PARKER ADAMS. r M D lUnieisilt of Cincinnali
Professor andChairman ill mmunologs and Medical
lifcrobiolog> 1r I6- l9661
SMALL. TERENCE SANItUEL M A NMus Ed
Associare Prolesior of Music i 14-19?711








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SMALLWOOD, EILEEN M.
Supervisor of Records and Registration (1951-1967).
SMALLWOOD, MARK HARRISON, M.S.E.
Assistant Prole.sor ol 1 lecir ial tfn ir'n '.is, e Ir 158. t74n;
SMART,GROVERC.,jr.,Ph D iUL'n.ersi, or I ,suon.ni
4 socare Nemarolog,%r 'irulfural dir*perin r .ltar, ll'
1964-196%7
SMERDONERNESTTHOMAS, Pi D L'niers.ri ol Misko0ur.I
Professor and Chai man Deptarf rmin f i4g rculural
ngrneeting | Agrculturalf nrgi.eer ilf Ai i1968.1%8I
SMITH. ALBERT B Ph D iL'niers. ol North Carolina)
4,,o(idel ProIfessri ot Rimanr(e tdnguaigP. 1 I? -1970).
SMITH,ALBERTBARN ES III Ph D iLrnerOI oi1M.chigar i
Assistant Professoroi Educiar.an i T'-0.- 7'01
SMITH ALE\ANDERCOLD' Ph D (Duke L n.,ers.ty)
Proleisorof Phvs,rtandL A,ronoms C(h.ian fa,,I, Astronomy
(1948-962).
SMITH, ALLEN N.,M.A.
Assistant Professor of Journalism and Communications (14 ~O. -IQ
SMITH NNNMM N. S IliesternReser.eLUn, er.,i,
Asstant Prolessor ro Social s ori (P)ch.aryir 19 %. lQi9.i.
SMITH, ANN P., MN
Assistant Professor. C.ilege -if '..r .. I 1%", l691I
SMITH.BRYN CH46RLES Ed D iUn;.ersii. of Oregon)
AscoraieProl-oi' of H.eaitrhf duciar.fin I lQh1. 9691J
SMITH, CARROLL N., Ph.D. (George Washington University)
Profeo orf nromolor and Dc.re{ mr t SP -r,,.rc 4rrr,"'tants
Behanor and Ba,,c Biolorg Reiearr h lab. ia'. r. ri, r l f,.lIs3,r
SMITH CECIL NLCkOLS Ph D iL 'ner.,, ol Cal.orniai
Prote.>or of Agric ultura t'f onO.rr,,n dr.i d 4 r,,-ultir i f, I r& w nisi
A pr.cultural I Aperr.mn-rnt rJon 1952.'- 1 i I '
SMITH CURR4N I MD i'niers.ty of Missouri)
Refdenr n Surger I IT'l0i
SMITH DA IODM Ph D ltn,,erm.rs ol NuiinRham, England)
.4~ ao-re Profe,,or of t.ergraph t19'i. 7l9'01
SNMIITH DA%, ID THORNTON LL B IBo.lon UInier.lrt i
Profes.ur o Lj f 168.I%69
SMITH.DONAL D MND i letter -on Med..: a College)
Resident in Ophthalmology (1967-1967)
SMITH, DOROTHY MARY, M.Ed.
Dear, College iuf \.ine Chuii r \'ur..n Pra,,r..c- I diversityy
Hn,plalandCf,,rci and Prole...r on \ur,,ni .if-0 ,. -I I.
SMITH, EDWARD FRANK, E.E.
A)ocia'eProlcpnoro tfliprr,,it fng.ne.-r.nfig ,iS. ij'u).
SMITH, EMMETT DAN, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Accounting (1970-7970).
SMITH, FRANCES SHAVER, M.A.
Associate Librarian, Catalog (1967-1970).
SMITH HARRISONB ll8RD Ph D iLni.evsils of Florida)
Airsanr Prolessor df lechdnir i tng,riornng GENESYS-West
Palm Beach (1968-1969).
SMITH, HERRICK HAYNER, M.S., M.L.A.
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture (1966-1966).
SMITH,JACK REGINALD, Ph.D. (University of Southern California)
Professor o fliectr,, a fngineer.ng I qb4. .'"0
SMITH, JAMES HUNN, M.S.M.E.
Assistant Profeor ,o M&echan, al rngreer.,ne 194 --. 19S.,9
SMITH, O 10ANNE, M.A.
Associate Professor of journalism and Communications (1959-1968).
SMITH, KENNETH L., Ph.D. (University of Missouri)
Associate Professor of Dairy Science andAssociate Microbiologist.
Agricultural Experiment Station (1960-1966).
SMITH. LEONARDO MD ILt'nersilvof Florida)
Resident ,in Surger (I 19'0o
SMITH, MILDRED FREE, M.Ed.
Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1%969-7970).
SMITH, PAUL H., Ph.D. (UnIersimV ot California)
Prolesior i,r rb...ilr, College of Arts and Sciences.
Bacrproloep.r it AS I 1059. 19b6
SMITH.QLUENTIN M .IR DD S Unier.irvof Tennessee)
SMPH IUni.ersili oft Michigani
Proteior and Chairman of Communrti) Dentistry andProfessor
of Medicine, College of Medicine (1969-196%9).
SMITH, RALPH LESLIE. M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomist), IFAS, West Florida
Erperment Sra5ion 794j.-19431


SMITH RE\LANEL PhD iIoa Siale I li.ersi si
4., ianr Pof lestir ii Agr.nm ,, r 4's % I .'-. 19.8
SMITH, RICHARDCLARK, Ph.D. (Duke University)
Assistant Professor of Botany (1964-1964)
SMITH, RICHARD T Mi D it ulane Lumi, eri-i I
ProfessorandC haf,rman, .t Prfholrig, 8. iir "'; Professorof
Pediatrics (1958-1958).
SMITH, ROBERTS COLES, B.A.
Assistant Communications Specialist, Agricultural Extension
Service(196-1961).
SMNITH I IiNN Ph D IL'n.,eis.ti of Mi.nneuolai
Graduate Research Profil ,or ,Sf is ,.il., i 4 1 .9. 14 59,
SMITH,WAYNEH Ph D I tMn,spp Sdate University)
Associate Professor ol Forestry and Associate Forester,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1%4-1970)
SMITH, WILLIAM HOWARD, Ph.D.
District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service (1958-1970)
SMITH \\ILLIAM?.IARD PhD iTulaneLJuniers,,i
. Ofc.af Re earchPofe r'r o tnrim. il 195'- 796,n.
SMITTLE.BURRELL OE Ph D IRulgeis L'n,,er.il.
Protfe,or of nf)omrhio dri \.1-, a ,f jll nmo.'eisr, USDA
Enlorrolog Re,-arrh Lah,b:.rrirI 7%-. I5,h5I
SMLTZ MORTON PhD iL'n..er~,iuilti\con.,n,
Prue.,rtjiOr Chpm,cid.f tngnefei ng 4,,.' i'arP Dean ,, r Research,
C(,lleLroEr[ng,neerng for.adpDirector Innecr -nan.,
Indutrr ial f ipermenr Start ,n '5 Ips9. %Qii
SMYLIE, ROBERTFRANK, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1%964-1967).
SMYLY, MARGARETA., B.S.
Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
SNEDAKER, SAMUELC.,Ph D I- nieist, olf Fioriddl
Postdoctoral Associatein.r C'e etr ior Aquai.,r S(nr-.. Research
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering (1968-1970).
SNIDER, MARTHA J., M.D.
Assistant Professor, College of ur .ngi 19 -1970).*
SNOWDEN, MICHAEL STARKE, B.S.
Associate in Astronomy (1969-1970).
SNYDER, GEORGE H., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soils Chemists), IFAS, Everglades
Experiment Station (1967-1967).
SNYDER,GREGORY K., Ph.D. (University of California at Los
Angeles)
Research Fellowin Medicine (1970-1970)
SNYDER, HAROLD E., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Cl,,,rral In,rru.:ror ..I Sug-r (1%69-1%969).
SOAR, ROBERT STEPHEN, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Professor of Education (1%966-1966).
SOBEL, ROBERT E., Ph.D. (George Washington University)
Postdoctoral fellow in Pathology (1969-1969).
SOLIS, MANUEL MAURICO, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Architecture (1969-1969).
SONNTAG, ARCH C., Ph.D. (University of Utah)
Research Associate in Pharmacology (1%8-1968).
SONODA, RONALD MASAHIRO, Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plant Pathologist). IFAS,
Everglades Experiment Station (7969-1970).
SORENSEN, KAYS.,Ph.D. Hanni.,,..r I. ro.,-r,I.,
Visiting Assistant Profes:, r .,i armtri-m ,r., I i. -i .'i
SOULE, JAMES, Ph.D. (Universityof Florida)
Professor of fruit Crops (Horticulturist), IFAS (1956-67).
SPANGLER, BYRON DEMENT, M.S.E.
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1949-1956).
SPANIER, JOHN WINSTON, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Political Science (1957-1967).
SPANIER. SLIZNNE 5 i D iUr,.,eis.Ivof Florida)
Internn Patlhol,'.,r-R i 9-"19tb
SPARKS, LINDA FRANCES, M.S. in LS.
Associate Librarian, Education Library (1%961-1970).
SPEARS, LUDI WILLEY, M.S.
Associate Librarian, Assistant Professor of Library Science
(1966-1970).
SPEIR,WILLIAM H., B.S.
Assistant Professor (Assistant H, ..irauir [r.i nvr ~ AS, USDA,
Plantation Field Laboratory(1Q6 ?. I, .'?
SPENCER, DAVID S., M.H.A.
Associate Director for Research and Devei..pm.i- nr sh jn,I,









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Teaching Hospital and Clnic sand Assrstant Prolessor. Health
and Hospital .4dminis rrdion College ol Health Related
Prolestion, (1970-1970)"
SPENCER, GARY, Ph.D. (Boston University I
Assistant Professor of Sociology in Psychiair). Department ol
Sociology, (1970-1970).
SPIEGEL, EUGENE H., D.D.S. (University ol Pennsylv ania)
Assistant Professor of Dentistry, College of Denrti y (96 %'-196%.
SPINKS, DANIEL OWEN, Ph.D. (North Carolina Stare
ProfessorandAssistant Dean for Resident Instruction 1145
(1947-1969).
SPIVEY, HERMAN EVERETTE, Ph.D. (University of North Carolinal
Acting Dean College of Arts and Sciencees and Profesior of
Engl,,h 11936-19701 *
SPIVEY, JOHN C., M.D. (University of Virginia)
Resident in Medicine (1967-1968).
SPOONER, GEORGE R., M.D. (University of F lot ida I
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (1968-1968)
SPRINGER, PHILIP K., M.D. (University of Mississippi )
Resident in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
SPURLOCK, ALVIN HAROLD, M.S.A.
Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Srar ons
(1934-1963).
SQUILLACE, ANTHONY E., Ph.D. (Univeis'r of Florida i
Professorof Forestry and Forester, USDA. gr cultural
Experiment Stations (1965-1965).
SRYGLEY, TED FILO, M.S.
Medical Librarian, Health Center Library 1966-1966)
ST. JACQUES, ERNEST HOWARD, Ph.D. (George Peabodv College
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and 4 soc re Pr ofesor ni
Social Sciences (1969).
ST. PETERY, JU LIAR., M.D. (University of Flor.dal
Resident in Pediatrics (1969-1970).
ST. PETERY, LOUIS B.,Jr., M.D. (University or F lorida l
Fellow in Pediatrics (1969-1970).
STAFFORD, JOSEPH H., Ph.D. (Purdue)
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, D,reprinr of the Dison of
Institutional Analysis, and Associate P'roie'- o Agr.otultural
Economics (1971-1971).
STAGE, JOHN T., M.D. (Ohio State Universiry i
Clinical Assistant Professor (IHEP) in Are'the,iolog 196%4-. 1968
STAHL, ROBERT J., M.A.Ed.
Teacher, P.K. Yonge(1970-1970).
STAHMER, HAROLD M., Ph.D. (Cambridge Uniseritl) i
Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sc encei and
Professor of Religion and Philosophy (1969-196c'
STAINSBY, WENDELL N., M.D. (Johns Hook.n. ULniserns I
Professor of Physiology (1957-1969).
STAKELY, JAMES OWEN, B.S.Arch.
Associate Professor of Building Construc t.on I 155-1955
STALL, ROBERT EUGENE, Ph.D. (Ohio Stale Unisersiv I
Professor (Plant Pathologist) Institute of Food and Agrrcuirural
Sciences (1957-1969).
STANDLEY, GERALD BRENT, Ph.D. (Universit of Buttalol
Professor of Comprehensive Logic and Ph,l,isophs Ad,. ,er
(1960-1968).
STANLEY, DENNIS KEITH, M.A.E.
Dean Emeritus of the College of Phyuical Educai,,..r, Health and
Recreation and Professor of Professional P"h% 1Cdl fdLuaf ,un
(1931-1969).
STANLEY, HAROLD R.,D D.S. (Universit) (1 &Mjiar r.di, t 1 S
(Georgetown)
Professor and Chairman, Department or Ordal fe-d.cne College
of Dentistry, and Professor, Department of Paihologs Cn-lege o#
Medicine (1968-1970).
STANLEY, PATRICIA, M.S.
Research Associate in Nueroscience (T19t8- 7969,
STANLEY, ROBERTGREENBLATT, Ph.D. (LUniersily or Calitornial
Professor of Forestry and Botany, and F"resi Ph soloIg,st
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1965-19651
STANLEY, ROBERT LEE, Jr., Ph.D. (Universii ol GeorgiaI
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agronom,,r I F AiS 'orrh flonrda
Experiment Station (1968-1968),
STATLANDER, DAVID P., Ph.D. (Pennsyl an.a Sltae Un..ers., i
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1966.1961
STATTEL, FLORENCE M., M.A.
Associate Professor in Occupational TPraps i 79"I-. 9 qi


STEARNS. THOMAS WESLEY Ph D (University of Minnesola)
Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Chairman of Department
of Chemistry (1946-l955)
STEIN, GER ALD H.. M D Universiy ol Pennsylvania)
Clinical Instructor oat Medicines 1966.7970)
STEIN, EANNE. A A.
Research Assirant in Pediatrics 11968- 1968)
STEINJOEL M,..M D lUniversiTy of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Child Psychiatry and Pediatrics
(1966.1970)
STEINMETZ. EDWARD. M.D (University of Floridal
Resident in Medicine (7970-1970)
STENSGAARD WILLIAM H ,M.A
Assistant D,rector of Ph) iical Plant (1964-1964)
STEPHEN.STEPHENP .M 5 P
Assisant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sers ices courtesy)
17970-1970)
STEPHENS.FON WOODROV i.M PH
Assistant Professor of Physical Educatron i 1952-1956)
STE PHENS. I IESMORRIS.M S A
A4siitani vegetable Crops Specialist. Agricultural Extension
Serce 11962-1962)
STEPHENS.RICHMRDBADENOCH.LL B (Universiyo Michigan)
Protessorol lar t949-1954)
STEPHENSON.FREDDD AM iUniversily of Chicago)
Instructor of Social Work in Psychiarr 19%9-1%9691
STEPHENSON SAME .i .M.D IUnnersiit otVanderbiltl
Professor of Surgery and Chairman of the Department of Surgery
for IHEP(1968-1970)
STERBA.RICHARDLUDVICK ANTON.M A.
.Asistrant Professor olf Economics t1956-19561
STERLING. DOROTHY,M RE
Teacher.P K Vonge laboratory School 1%967.196l7
STERRETT. DELBERT ELLINGSWORTH, Ed.D
A.ocriae Prnotesor of A.fusic (1948.19701
STEVENS, BILLIE KNAPP. M.
Prole5sor of Proiessional Phi ical Educaiion 1936-19541
STE ENS.,CHARLES B M A lFlorida Sate University)
Asistanr in Medical Education. Ollice ol the Dean (199.9-7%91
STEWARD.KERRY KALEN Ph D lUniers.it ol Connecti.cut)
Assistant Professor i 4Asitanr Plant PhysiologiRlst.. If 4S. LiSDA,
Plantation fIeld Laboratory
STEWART.C RICH51RD.M D lUnisersity of Cincinnati)
Resident in Anersheiolog, I7970- 19'70
STEWART. ERNEST H AROLD. M S
AssociateProressor (Aocrare Soil Phy sic, i IFAS. USDA.
Indian Rser Field Laborators 1960- 19601
STEW ART. I AN.Ph D (Rutgers Uniersil))
Proleisorf(Biochemsit). 145 Coirus Eperimen Starionfl951.7%7I
STE%% ART IOHNL. BSB A
Assisrant Professor ol finance 1968.-79681
STEWART,K C .MD iUnitersilv of lowa)
Resident in Surgery (79.701
STEWART.KIRB'.M PH
Atrhlertic Drecror P K YonRe laboraror) School 1966-1%9661
STEWART.RONALDBROR M S P
Asidant Prote>ior of Pharmacs 17%9699'01
STEW'lRT.WILLIM I RBM PH
Teacher Ph tongReaborator Schol1l%966-19661
STIEFEL.10HN R MD (Emory Unisersit I
Clinical A,ociare ,nPcharrs i 196'"-196"1
STILL ROBERT H IR .MD MedicalCollegeol Georgia)
Clinical Instructor of Surgers 11969-19691 flHE P
STOCKSTiLL ROr EDWIVRD.B S
Assi,rant Prole>sor of Engineerng Graphics 11955-795.'
STOKES CHARLOTTE FOWLER.M 4
Interimrr Instructor in Eniglishi 1966-19661
STONE LEOD M BA
.i|srngProiessor oReallstare 119"'0. 1970
STONE MELVIN.M D (OhioSlate Linnersilyl
Intern in ^fedcir.e( 19'0. -190
STONE WILLIARDE ,PhD IUnisersit ofPenn,hIsanial
Proleoor ot AccounringandChairmanof Department of
AccounringR I960- o960
STORER.MORRISBREWSTER. Ph D lHarsard Unnislers I
Professor of Humanities and Philosoph f 1947- 1970








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STORMER 14~ R M. Ed
i,,iranii t)r jn i r l ,Sr .I, I q ,l ,. ., '.', ,. ,19 S-% 99)
STOUFER, ROBERT CARL, PhD. (Ohio State University)
AMociate Protfeor of Chemistry 795- t967)
STR.CK I1'.lfl, M H
...lja n P -. l,' 1... r .. f jlr I ,t f ,, i .. -r l f, ...,, r. ..t
(1970-1970)
STRANBERG JAMES OLIVER, Ph.D (University of Vt ionsin
4 ,nrjni P'-.i ,r .A...-rr,. l.i r- P .o,, r n 4 Central
Florida Experiment Station (1967-196 7)
STRAUGHN.ALTOALFRED.Pr F) ,i.r....r ..5...., ...n,
Assistant Profe sor (Assistant *,..r *** ****..... i 41
1Q59.19%ti. *
STRiER IOHROBIRI \I Ag

(7965-7965)
STRECKER,GEORGE EDISON, Ph.D. (Tulane University)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1967 -%967)
STREIFF, RICHARD REINHART M.D (Basel, Switzerland)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1967-1967)
STEIN, ABRAHAM, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of BRochemi.try.
STRICKLAND. ALBERT CARSON, M.S.
Associate Librarian, IFAS (1958-1969)
STRICKLAND, KENNETH RAY, M.S.F.
Interim Research Associate. Agricultural Experiment Stations
(1960-1964).
STRIPLING. ROBERT OLIN, E.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Education (1941-1958).*
STROBEL JAMES WALTER, P iV h .,,, A r University)
Professor (Plant P., I l.. ...,i ,,,, ,.I ii ,i Coast
Experiment Station ", '. '"i
STROZIER, VIRGINIA RAGLAND. M.A.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (1957 -1958)
STRYKER, PHILIP DAVID, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Professor of English. Adviser (1947-1964).
STL BBS CFORC.t M \ D Efrr.. I n....,.,t y)
Cfni 11nn- rr, r, .-n ,rr.' oittPil 7969),
STURGILL, CLAUDE C. Ph Ll' i n,.i., S .of Kentucky)
Associate Professor of History (1969-7969).
STURROCK, RUTH MARY,B.S.
Research Associate in Anatomical Science (7 968-1968).
SU, STANLEY yueh-wei, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor of Speech and fier rical Engineering (1970-71970)
SUAREZ, ANDRES, DC.L (University of Havana)
Professor of Latin American Studies, History, and Politcal
Science (1965-1965).
SUCHMAN, DAVID 1., Ph.D. (Ohio State University
Counseling Psvcholoeist. t niverity Counseling Center,
.4a,,i ni P,. .. .. ., . ,, . ,. ,'1967-1967,)
SUIT ROS. fRiSBIE Phn FO h..nsi ateUniversity)
p t ,. ,r PI 1,-' Pi r .. -C.. L t ItS, Citrus Experiment Station
(1945-1946).
SULLIVAN, EDWARD THOMAS. DF. (Duke University)
Associate Professor of forest Economics and Associate Forester,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1959-1959)
SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN C, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor in English (1970-1970).
SLLLI .\% R BRERT LEE PhD I r,,., ri, ., 1 l.- ,l
Inrlt-. i.rr, .. r., .r -r,. . . '. . ,,- ,1I .. .... 1970-1970).
SULLIVAN,WILLIAM .. PhD. (Yale University(
Assistant Professor of Russian (1970-1970).
SUMMERS, THOMAS EUGENE, Ph.D, (University of Iowa)
Associate Professor of Entomology (966-7966).
SUMNER, HAROLD RALPH, M.S
Assistant Professor (Assistant Agricultural Engineer). IFAS.
Citrus Experiment Station. SDA (7970-1970)
SUMNER.WILBUR C, M.D, (Medi,'Il C"Iolle.o nf Crestas
ClinicalAssistant Professor of %. .'. iits 1, t-,,i- ,
SUMPTER,CLYDEGENE.PI- D ii n,.. r-i. ofKansas)
Assistant Professorof Sp.., t., t'i ",. ''-,,
SUNWALL, JAMES RAYMOND, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Associate Professor of humanities. Adviser (1957-1965).
Sl TER LM' %1 IL *'. D i B.-.1-.,

,m rrin l..h ,r,.f ..fl r ,I '.f.,i .,. .I,.h," t'> .'* .* ",r


SLtIFR .1 .1D 1, l. Ii I r ... .. ,,
4 1l,, 1 a4 <.... ... r .,f 11 (.. l rObstetrics o and
Gynecology (1968- 1968)
SUTHERL ANDALAN DUREA, PhD. 1 ..... its III.n ...

SUTHERLAND. BERRY, M.S.
Interim Assistant Professor of I L.' -' I "
SUTTON, DAVID LEE, PF. .,n,. e l. P.I.t n.t inii,. 10u ,,
Assistant Professor (A ., i ,, % ei'. ,,....,, ii t
Plantation Field Tabora-..',. i -, r' ,.
SL ITtI)'. RIIf i RI)Ll[[I f I i .1 i... ..... *.orthCarolinai
,,,, , r, ... . .l.r,. i . .... r~mi. 1968 )
SUVARNAKICHKAVI '. D Bj.s,4,tii
ResidentandFellow,. ii i..-' '71969-1969)
SU7ZL .I HO'\ ARDIK Ph D iTuildr.. I ...r.;i,,
A ... .\ ri. 1 ,, i I, P .i ,.. it. . ., n ,trli t. 1 ..
Professions (1970-1970),
SVARLIEN. OSCAR, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Professor of Political Science (946-17955) *
SWANSON, DANIEL CRAMER, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Pr.,ii .... ,rI P ,'7929-1949)
SWEAT, CHARLESJENKINS, M. H.A.
Assistant Professor of Health and Hospital Administration
(1966-1969).
SWENSON, EDWARD W.. M.D (University of Nebraska)
Associate Professor of Medicine (1964-1964),
SWETT, MANETTE. MA.
Instructor, P. K. Y ..... .-i .r ir. f ,, -J,,i 1953)
SWINFORD, KENNETH ROBERT, PhD. (L university of

Pr.. . ,r. f Forest ,s,.% n ,. r and Forester. Agri cultural
Experiment Stations (l "-r '
SZINAI, STEPHEN SLOMO, Ph.D. (Hebrew University of lerusalem)
Assistant Professor of Pharmary (1971-1971).
TALBERT, JAMESL., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
p r. .-. ,' l,, t I'. t.,rr,, .,, I l ,, I l "'.t
TALLEY, NANCYC. MN
Instructor, (C:.i. L r ., ..-.., i ,i'' .l. '
TAMS, MADGE PENTON, B.A. in LS.
Librarian. Reference and Bibliography (1958-7970)
TAPPAN, WILLIAM BURGESS, M.S.A.
Associate Professor. i, ..r... F .. AS,
North Florida Experimrr. i', 5i .. ?, 4 7 ," ,
TARIAN. ARMAN CHARLES. Ph.D (L university of Maryland)
.'.-i.- .r ', s iT. r. i,.'. iiAS, Citrus Experiment
S ta r,.,-. ] ".l' "
TARRANT, DARRELL G., MD. (University of Kentucky)
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970)
TARRANT, PAUL, Ph.D. (Duke University)
Professor of Chemistry (7946-1957)
TAYLOR CAROLYN DICKINSON.A.B.
Research Associate, College of Nursing and Associate
Professor of Awti' -.t 1. , t )61)
TAYLOR, DOROTHY J.. M.S.
Interim Instructor. ( .. t '..., .... 'i '' 1970)
TAYLOR,FRANK H G.
Associate Professor of Humanities (1964-1968)
TAYLOR, C. DEKLE, M.D. (University of Michigan)
Clinical Professor in Surgery (1969-1969)
TAYLOR. GRACE WOODALL, J.D (University of Florida)
Law librarian (1956-1963).
TAYLOR. HOWARD EDGAR. B.E.E
Assistant in Research of Chemistry (7962-1962)
TAYLOR, RO'-. t iD f .i. 1 ,D r.. .. ,. .I ..orado)
A assistant 'r- r. .. h. i ,, ,. .. ,...
(1970-1970).
TAYLOR, SENETTA B. M.A,
CotUiseling Psya(hologist, I iversity C ounseliing ( enter (970-1970)
TAYLOR THOMAS LEE, M D.(Cornell University)
Assistant Prote'ssuor nt Ralii>lris y19>8-1968)
TAYtOR, WILIlIAM)APF MD (Harvard University)
Proftissor it mSdi tinr1 (1958 1964
TAYLOR, WILLIAM MU RRY. IR. D\ M Ohio Slate University)
M S Assistant Protessor (Asstiut hicur h flogist
Institute of foodandAgricultural Scienceg (1967- 967).









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TEACH 'iLLIA M r1 iLnirer'I, uilNorthCaC.,r.Inai
R-'>, PrII ,n ullr '. 1 8. IQ'L),
TEAGUE, PERRY 0., Ph.D. (University of Oklahomrna
4 .,.. .,ji r Pro r, ,,, t P.. ,,jl.. i I ?w ,8'- 1*% i
TEAHAN, JAMES THOMAS, M.Ed.
Interim Instructor rn Irn".hi t6'. I b< ,,
TE DONALD(.CL A- DE Ph D iL n,.e'.rs ol Tpa%, i
4.. or,.r' Pr. r)p..r .r pr'r. h Phf .,shi-i'. and.
Paci,-l.i'e, I% ". tQ ')
TEFERTILLER,KENNETH RAY,'h D ILnei,1 ,rol ,ll.n. i
Professor and Chairman I(p irnrr,, .,f 4r',, ulisr il
Economics. Institute of F; I .i.s''1 4I Ae '', s i r1f1,r.r
(1965-1965)
TELFORD, SAM R., JR., Ph.D. (University of Caliorrn.a at
Los Angeles)
Inf rern 4,,, A idnr P .F- ,-.r ,,t [,,l,,itr I S,-,in.,'-.
(1970-1970),
TELLER, MORTON HERMAN, M.A.E.
Assistant Professor of Physics (1943-1967).
TEMES, GERALD D., M.D. (State University c I Nc, s rCa -
Upstate Medical Center)
C lin ical Fello w in Th ,..ar ,,- 5, ,eff i l "
TEN HAVE.RALPH ".1 D IL n.er.il, of Mii hani
Assistant Profess'.r ,I ,'t r .ini'. ,.h-.
(1970-7970).
TENNANT, LEO KEITH, M.P.H.
frn rru1 'r,.,t Ph.i, ', ifdir.,r-' n (' 967-1969'
TEPLY, MARK LAWRENCE, Ph.D. (Universit, oi Nebr .-.ka i
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968- t' R,i
TERHUNE, JAMES L.,M.A.
Assistant Professor of journalism and Corn-" ,,,,, i n.
(1967-1967).
TERRY. JUAN E.,M.S.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Health Center Library, I%.- I *,,r' t
TESAR, DELBERT, Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of T-i hnr,log,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering (19J -. I14'"
TESKE, RICHARD HENRY, D.V.M. (Universi'h ol Ceorg,.iil
Interim Assistant Professor, Agricultural p.Ir.nwrrn
Station (1967-1968).
TETLOW, ALAN G., M.D. (Manchester Uni er -., i
Clinical Assistant Professorof Anesthesiol .., r 1.14.,Q. 1w,4,
TEW, ROY EDWARDS, Ph.D. (Ohio State Un-. er ,i si
Professor of Speech (1937-1966). *
THATCHER, WILLIAM WATTERS, Ph.D. (Mc h.gan s lae
University)
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Phi,*.nle ,. "s I ,i 'r.jlii,sr .li p rrnr.r, Sr..inn | t fi.- tQ 8l
THOMANEK, ERICH, Ph.D. (University of I Ir.o.i,
Assistant Professor of Management (196S- 46r,,
THOMAS, BILLY SEAY, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt Un..err,t, i
Assistant Pr... ,r fr. i t'i. 1960)
THOMAS, HENRY F., M.D. (University of North C( a.,,na
Resident in Surgery (1970)
THOMAS, JOSEPH MICHAEL, B.A.
Urban Studies Bureau (%966-1968).
THOMAS, JOYCEGERTRUDE, M.S.
Instructor in Comprehensive Logic, Advi.r' %i -iJ. 6-8j 1
THOMAS, MICHAEL E., Ph.D. (Johns Hopkn.. LUni, er I
Professor of Industrialand Systems Engir r r.n
(%965-1969)
THOMAS, ROBERT E., M.A.
Interim Instructor in Journalism and Cor',min,, i,, ,n.
(1970-1970).
THOMAS, ROGER K., JR.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Center for Neuroh'.,,Iln,, i
Sciences (1966-1966)
THOMAS, WILLIAM CLARK, JR., M.D. (Cor nelli n.ier siS,
Professor of Medicine (1957-1963).
THOMASON, OLIVER BRUCE, Ph.D. (Penn- i %.anr Slate Uni.ersi I
Professor and Chairman, Department of Rehab,hi ri-.n
Counseling(1942-1%4).*
THOMASSON,GEORGE O., M.D. (Univers.i, oA Tea. i
University Physician; Instructor inMedi. n.- 19 9.19 919

THOMPSON, BUFORD DALE, Ph.D. (Univ-ers, of I h.,ridi
Professor of Vegetable Crops and Hortic ul, r,-
Agricultural Experiment Station (1948-196b, '


THOMPSON FREDGILBERT PhD IUn,%ersisH ot Mf usmi
A .s..isnr Curator It M3flacologs FlInrslai rare ,%tu,.-um I 9br-
19-01
THOMPSON iRENE M A
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THOMPSON LEONARDGARNETT IR Ph D lo"adSlUIe
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THOMPSON NE AL PHILIP PhD iPr.nrelon L'n.eri-'s
4,..iaril Pr, .Ip..-rf A.. -,,fint ,,. hor, .in,. i IA S 1 '4.5 It'h9i
THOMPSON R4LPHBI.'RNHAMN PhD ILr..se.Its olTesa .

THOMPSON ROBERT I N D IA,.jnr-SiaieL,'nier,.t
Colleg-l

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THORNBi OHINI Ph D iLin,.ers',, otMNinne(.'ial
,,i.ur n| Prn elt. ,f( Sra ..r.m Br-..r..r. .' I nr.ri 196 .-1')60
THiORNE iA 14K I O'TER Ph D i'n..et-ir oa Alabamai
A,,.li inp Prorp....r .il f .. .A ur. 1.1: Iq968. 7yo ,S
THORNTON CFORCE- DA.NIEL Ph D lIo.a Stiai L nr..r>,. i
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THORP % ILL A-RD L Ph D IColumb Lr'in..fer.[, I
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THI ,RB'B (,ENE ROBFRT B A BD
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THLURSTON PAUL THN ER Ph D ILin,.ersilT olFIoridal
Profess,,r of C.mprt-ehn.rieli'igr and Enfglih Ad%. er
il5"'.19681
TIFFIN V ILLIIlM TRL'ITT rM S M E
Pro,,.- ,,r of eallur e,a atnd Afl,torial I ngFnre r,n e
11944. 954i
Til'L .IAN -CHEsTER EARL Ed D iIns.i'si, ol ii,,d.,
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TILLtt N ,%ILE> I ME" IR M N Ah
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IIMt,'.ERR.1 N [I GENE MELIN Ph D IL.r..trT.Is ,1Souih
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TINC.LE D)A'.10 % D iL'n,er.l., ul bheltsild Englandr,
( in,ra.ll A .r e P, ti hi. r,. ii Qh1. 14'- I
TIsON I[ ANPIEPER Nt A. E

TOBIAS IOEL 4A MD (Ur..-trsl or Per.r...,Ian,.i
l-..,,-ir l .".l(,i n Thor. s. erk, r I 9 l9-'lll
TODD EUGLENE ALLA N Ed D IL'n"-er-.,v O-i Ho.u'roni
A n', ire Prof#,-.;.r Iof t.,Ir jf,,r l ,. i" th,-i,,m.n i.-p irfm, nr
,;.l r.-])nf .(r I ,dur ,-.r he. 7 ,%*'i
TODD IOHN RICH4RD M N
Inrer,rn iln r Iic, .r.n rr l "r, r. r 1 t'h8. t19b8i
TOHMlE S M MD IFrench Unier-ils olMedc inel
Rf-sideri in Surpe'r I-' 196.'Ai'
TOLBFRT.ELIASL4KE[ Ed D iColumbrbiaLni.tisil
Inrtrm 4 00-iaP Prrlf.-... ,r ,-if tu, atr,-,i l n '- "I
TOMAS IOSEF C Sc (Cze(.hoslowak Akadem) of Sciencesi
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TONER RAIMONDI ki 4
4, ridnt Dipri-r i-i re, ntr ti.r I .rn *Ame r r Sr, sr is.i

TONkIN ALLEN MD ILin,,ers,,, of Lou-.illei
Ir -frrr .fi f.t, n. 79'C'. 1t 1i
TONKIN INAD NtD itirD eriut Lious itli
Irsi-rn.r, Pes's ,.rt r.r- I Q'ij. 1t sii
TORRE ROCCOI B A C captain LI S Air Force
A4,s anr Prolessor ol Aerospare S'udies I%8- 19681










STAFF AND FACULTY


TOL ILI'SlST Ph D yi5.ale n;.e.., i
i- d luarlr R.*.I .r. h Pr. .l.... r ..r (I, .r1,1 ioff .i...L ,,rs
(1967-1967).
TOROIAN (.IORGE Ph D It noniersi .1 l\isconsin(
4.-. rant Pril..ia ..r. Phim i tn i '* t. I% I 'l
TRAVIS DAVIDM MD (Vander.,ilrI nI....,,i
Protf-..n r i Ph,irnmrji-r.L'c JI 1t t: u i'N<,. 1t"tM IQ
TRICKEY, SAMUEL BALDWIN, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University)
Assistant Professor of Physics (1968-1968)
TROUPIN, EDWARDCHARLES, M.M.
Professor of Music (196%0-1968).
TROW, DONALD GORDON, B.Com.
Visiting Lecturer of Accounting (1970-1970).
TRUDEAU.WALTER L, M.D. (Oxford University)
Assistant Professor of Medicine (1969-1969),
TRUEBLOOD, FELICITY. M.A.
4.>;.a-nr P'r,-.., nf frcl;,h,, i, P.rector. Program of English
I. lor, .gn, nga geuJf- 1 J1.-%'l
TRUETT, DALE B., Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Economics (1967-1967)
TSAU,JOSEFHENGKO,PhD iMcG;IIL'n..;-r.;
Postdoctoral Fellow ,. -. i .-. Pet-.., n ,,-> I -1)-. l-" ",.
TUAZON, JAIME G., M.D. (University of Santo Tomas)
Instructor -ir-f hr. a,,ri';r, I If..4-. '1 "
TUCKER, DAVID PATRICK, Ph.D. (University of California)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Horticulturist) IFAS (1967-1967).
TUCKER FR4Nk C IR '. D lfn:. r.,i, ,. NornhCarolina)
Ro,..Jerur Su. r 'r- i 1*' It9,i
TUCKER,WILLIAM B.. M.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor of Medicine (1970-1970).
TUCKER, WILLIAM K., M.D. (Duke University)
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
TUNISON, PAUL BLISS, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences: Adviser (1954-1959).
TUNSTALL, GEORGE C., Ph D iPr.nieor, L n,.r-T,l I
Assistant Professor ofr(,, rm.-. ?'r.w. tI,,-
TURNER, ELDON R., Ph.D. (Kansas State University)
Interim Assistant P fr.-- r ,1 ii H. 1- 'I. i iPr,'-
TURNER. IRA DOUGLAS, B.S.
Director of Student Financial Aid (1965-1967).
TURVAVILLE, LESTER JACKSON, Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of
Technology)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1966-1968)."
TYLER, MAX E., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professor and Cl.jrrmn ,crri--h. ..,;,, -I.. .e, ,Artsand
Sciences; Bacter, .iim i.i-r li 4" ', i '. 16 i
TYLER, PETER D., M.D. (Cornell University)
Resident in Surgery (1967.1970).
TYLER, WILLIAM GORDON. Ph.D. (Fletcher School of Law and
Diplomar-, .Tufts University)
Assistant Professor of Economics (7969-1%969)
TYNER, FRED HILMER, JR., Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Associate Agricultural Economist and Associate Professor of
S'lr, ,l'rual[ nn.om:. Agricultural Experiment Station

TYNER,MACK PhD IL n,.?r,, ol Cincinnati)
Professorof -hIm-n,,i in e,n- rnrik, 1944-1956).
TYSSELAND, MILFORD S., Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of Finance (1966-1968).
TZENG,ZONG-hwe,Ph D i'.esle,ur, I.n.ei.s, i
Interim Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1970-1970).
UELSMANN, JERRY NORMAN, M.S., M.F.A.
Professor of Art (1960-1969)*
UENO,TAKESHI, B.A.
Research Associate in Zooarchaeology. Florida State Museum
(1966-1966).
UEKERT,D.N., PhD. (Colorado State University)
A ,s.-.ran, P ..Ir ,...',r 4 _.,, Font h). r*I .h |, 18 ,fr-r,,f
Horticulture Laboratory, IFAS, (1969-196%9)
UHRIG, ROBERT EUGENE, Ph.D. (los a Sla.- Lnis e,ir, i
Dijaon t'hp C, di-le r e offr i'n -.- i.,e flrr.--,-. ,r ..' fhre i n i,r, r,t 2
jndJri ju.,r/iJu p -rim r.r rar..-.n Pr'.. .,.,r if ., .-ie'r

UKOCKIS, AMESR.,Ph D rlnd.,n. .i r,,eri.,,,
Assistant Professor off.-.inrr., t915"- t. ,j,


UNDERBERGER, HOWARD LLOYD, MS
A ....I ,Pr,,.. ,, ,,h i ,. .i. Construct ionr 1971-1971)
UOTILA,MAIJAH.,RN.
A s si sta n t )p>h rhs j hi. h.. .. ....r l r .e. i' i.
UPSHAW,WINTON LAMAR. B.S.8.A
Administrative Assistant II. College of Health Related
Professions (1962-1967)
URONE, PAUL, Ph.D (Ohio State University)
Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry. Department ot foviron-
rmu ujl fu, ri..-rr,' Professor of Chemistry. Department of

UZZELL, GRETCHENF.. M.A.
Teacher,P. K. Yongei ,rt,..,d..r r t...,i 7' 1.i i -,,
VALA,MARTINT..Ph.D I 'r,,..uri, 'fiCh;. i'i
Assistant Professor offi t ru,,.,. i u.r.". l n."-
VALISALO,PAAVO ,Mil Di (Technical Universily of
Finland)
Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1%1-1970),
VALK, MELVIN EHRMAN, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Associate Professor ol German (1947-1947).
VANA, MILTON, M.D. (Loyola University)
Intern in Surgery (1970)
VANARNAMCARLE ',ID i 'r,;.,..i. o(rO.in)
ClinicalAssociate in i ilh 1i iini .....,- I rhI. l 4,
VANCE, JOHN MILTON, Ph.D. (University of Texas)
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1969-1969)
VAN DE KREEKE, JACOBUS, M.S.E.
Graduate Research Associate in Coastal and oceanographic
Engineering (1969-1969).
VAN DE RIET, HANI KAMP, PhD. (Florida State University)
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1963-1963)
VAN DE RIET, VERNON DWAYNE, Ph.D. (Florida State University)
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychology
(1962-1968).
VANDERZIELALDERT Ph D iCr..n;r r, In;.,.s, i
Graduate Researc- P,.-, i...... l ,. r .. i.t .i .n, .I ... (1968-1%968).
VANDEVELDE, ALEXANDER G., M.D. (University of St. Louvain)
Clinical Fellow in Medicine (196%9-1969)
VANDIVERJOSEPH S., Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)
Professor of Sociology (1%962-1962)
VAN GELDER. EDUARD, M.A.
Assistant Director of Admissions (1966-1966).
VANHARTESVELDT, CC., Ph.D. (University of Rochester)
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1970-1970)
VAN HORN, HAROLD H., Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Professor and Chairman. Department of Dairy Science, IFAS
(1970-1970)
VAN MIDDELEM, CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor (Biochemist), IFAS(1951-1962).
VAN MIEROP, L.H.S., M.S. (University of Leiden, Netherlands)
Professor of Pediatrics and Pathology (1966-1968)
VAN RINSVELT, HENRI ALBERT, Ph.D. (University of Utrecht)
Assistant Professor of Physics (1967-1967)
VAR'iA ARL N s ".IAR Ph. D I!. n;,..r,.r. ,:i liberta)
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VARNEf PAi..L R 4 i [.D il n,..r ,,i I.,r Fl, ,.i,

Chairman of the Department of Intramural Athletics and Recreation
(1968-1968).
VASCONEZ, LUISO n* D ,, .,.h.rt.-,r, I r,,.-.r ,,vatSt. Louis)
Assistant Profess(.r ,,' ,..,r-. r. i 'V 1i "-', .
VASIL, INDRA KUMAR, Ph.D. (University of Delhi, India)
Associate Professor of Botany (1967-1968).
VAUGHAN, ELIZABETH 0., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Obstetricsand Gynecology (1969-1969).
VAUGHAN THO tIAS I '.1 D i dciail ,f.lll-e. t-i t. r,rr..a
Assistant P.' ti ..- .r P .,... .i,,e., lQ I I' ?
VELEY, CORYDON ALEXANDER, Jr., B.S.
Lieutenant Colonel. U.S. Army, Assistant Professor of Military
Science (1969-1969).
VENTERS DAIDB MD il ,n,er..1vof Alberta)
Rp ,.Jenfr ,n Pa, ,.,Ji ', l% Q 7'i Q1i,
VERGARA,ALEHANDRO F., M.D. (University of Madrid)
Resident in Psychiatry (1969-196%9).












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P r o lfe ,o r ,r t ,' ra lhl rrii a l r l j n si( M f l r,j I. 'r ,. ,,n ,.' r ,il 9 i I qb 5 ? 6 Si@
VERMI AK.MlliSH,\ R PRAS4D Ph D iL n. err, ul Foridai
A ,uiifanr Pr,.ir[,.i ri ", ,-a t ilj crfnii( an rI..riaphir Inccirer'nrig
1198- 1%969
% ERNON JACK R Ph D INorrhe.it:rn Lrni.er,.M, I
A or..iJ re' P oile'..,l r t, ti-t l.'r i179','-. l49 '"i
SICK KENNETH tENDEIL Ph D iOklahuma radlelinlert1)
4A,,.rjnl Profe,io I sD 04AIi, i Arrr ranti Bpla,.., Fr 'PearJ.
l ab Illi'0 'O1 '(1
tICKERS FRANk DOSS Ph D UiLn.err,ci oF Floida;i
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VICTORI BENIAMINE .MI D IL r...eis.'I nif Cuao Argenirnal
A isritanl Prolver,.r t Pediarir.- 7i4. 'll)
%IERCK CHARLES[I Ph D IUri..r. >r, )iur. a;

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SIL LLON(GCI FEDERICO Ph D IL'Iners.if ot Buer.o-, o?,-i,
Protle ,t rif Pharm i., I 7lhc. 71ir,1
l ILL ALON BENI(-NO.Ph D fT.,a. A.NILn Ln..rrls I
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\OGEL.RON LD IOSEPH.Ph D I n..'r,..r, n \I,:conr,ni
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NOGH BETTy POHL Ph D lLrner;.I, ul lFiirijaI
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.OLK C.A'LOCRDMONROE Ph D I'rUn.r.n, LI l\ ..,on.,r.I
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SONEBRL'CHH L"'EN \ OLKM.I R C Ph D IGuOeh- Lirn.ilt
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WHL.F MICHAEL.Ph D fLInilveyI 01o Illinois
Proes'ur and Chairman of DPparrmenl oi C.eoloRg (1969-19691
,'MITES.ROBERIELLSSAORTH.PhD IOhioSiale Lmni.eislI I
4An-i-areifnrrmologn a riQ57.9681
WkE AN.DONALDLEE NI. A
As'ocare Profe sof iof Animal Sienre and A,,oct-die Aninal
Huiib.;rndman Agriiulfurall iper.ment Slarion i 7957- 196'I
WttLBROEL CHARLESE %1ID iUni,.ersiqaol Floridal
Re%,ldeni ii; Ri.li Clt Il 7%o~".9-7Q
S ALDMIAN ROBERTH.MD iatiahingron Unier.is Il
ChiR PeR'ident ari iJ 4ifdiIr Pin1es, ir rif Medricine. -siitanr
Proto ior 1a) IrImmunoth eg nd frpli -cal. A tb. rolo' f1796 '- 19'0
% ALDO TOM'.iM RLTH Ph D (L.'n.erlil\ ol Floradai
A4 ..-jrePr,le-.stirtiirngighI|795i 5 l%bi a
S\NALKER BIRONH NI A iUnier-it'oalFloridai
Pri..lr.oro fnti.,h 1^Q42.19'0);
.A5.LKER DONV 5 PhD iTp.a,ChrirrannL'n.er'i,
P,.d..doc, ,, alfrtiT. n\r urob.l..'. al fincjei 1968-79691
\ LKER IOHNELLIOTT Ed D IUr.i.er'.s i ol Floridai
.. .rjnr Prc.teor l Snr iSf Screnp, cei I4.1947%
1SALKER ROBERT DI\ON Ir %1 S
P.o3te ,it II (if Chemcj i[nyfireing in 4c rA Ii g Charrrdn cit Ihe
D-pjarmF-nr i 7944-.194i
A\\ LKER ROBERT OlDON III M D IL'niersui, or Miamil
4,.i, nra Pri.lr,.or .r, Sufper, I 9q'll. 11'U1
l AMKER.ROBERT LINN Ph Il Stanlord L'n.ieri.l t
Prrir.,r.t *l i Eri'iral'fr)'tne', Pr. ipnl Drector CEfNESI5-
PirrCdn.tnlrt tii 7 ?%'.QI55 5
WLKER SLIEROBERTS.BS
>.i,,lr.,i lbiti r.jn ,i-,u.,irinn. I 7I '. 19Q ';
SALKER THOMisIEFFERSON Ph D 1OhuSlateLinnersavI
Pr;.eori P, i -lli e.m, '.rg ,itn r i d! Erirri golooe I I95'- 1968;
S-ALKLETr \\ILLiMD I D iEmor lln.,er.rll
Cri.n.r .st A island Pr'.iis.l r rig PR ia.olnii 19',l.1 9';
A LLACE N EtANDERDONIPH SN PhD jUrecrs.is ot irg.niai
L ri].lurf Pr irr irh FPr.- ve. fir ,11. .fatihpmr.,ei- I 79,J 3-19091
N 1 LL (-E AL\ IN THORIAS.Ph D iL'nrl.. i.:.! NorTh Carol.nd
Prols'.rr ,_.,nr,-tiir I Jrn s..,anr fmran fT Re.'earh I AS

t!\ LLA CE H ROLDDE AN. Ph D Cornell n..er sai i
Pri.t ,.cir -. Ar.,rn.,,l %-i, i : ,ii./ Anin' ia I uir.Fri,ni.r i ,t.f i ltujrai
if1I-' Irio.', l r, I .n., 1951.T- 7 l I
,%4ALL-a(' HOSN ARDKELFER Ph D iL'nr,,er,.,i o? Fluidad
Prf.!. .r..r il Znllii | 7'.;.' IQJ .4
\ LIlT ACE IOHN B Ir Ph D I.i n..perti ut Flor.dai
4... .rdi.' P,,, I r.l. MI di m e j r'.rI I 9b '.7 I 81'i
L\ ALL MA S \\El L JOSEPH Ph D ICor nrIi Ljnu,r-i.,r,
I I..i,,* P-r.ii".. ir, ) Fr nr h I I;194; It .'o *
14I.'A( E PA L F M D i1 r.n-.i..ir, oChra:oli
4. .i ..lr. Pr. .iI. .. f re, r I )7W lI Il b I 17
L\ALLBRLNN HENRv Mr iR 'Ri Ph D IULn..FrsD,i oICh.:ajgol
A .-;, f ( P,' .... I ,),- f .'. .. I I i ib ,i
N ILVLII S\ ARRENREI- BENS B
t. r r i ur i p11 r *r'I r- .-rI-A i n JrA [. ..l-l

\\ 'lSH BFTHIO\\[ELL 1 '
4. ,, i i., r Pr. .r ....r |! i l hii.'..l ., p1. i.il. n Ii I ] "% 1 "- l% 16 'I
,, LNH ED\N ARD K RAN Ph D iBroun L'rer,.t, i
Assiir.aji Proilnafr rc Eg.n. i-ring %( it'n-ce an.1 Pfechaln,'
17'i 9 0 I '.11
tALSH HELENE\"ELIN N B
RF C.e a'h A,.iri..i in h)b.rPr., jri-dC i nc.cilog% I 9r. 7- 965
NA4L TER.,\ILLIAIAM IUSTIN Ph D lunner-.Is ot Floridal
4s-i arF Pr,. ,'ie -r )r Flp -cr.i-31 friinpering. Asorjafe
Pr.'f, '.r, .,n.Char (CF \f4 -.Da, ron., Be r h I% 5-19- 6ql
Sl LTEERS.' AN( N BAILEY t MS
Prof,,e-, f irn.,,iinHi .,me t. ,.nom.r Prprdm.l If 4 S l9h5-19%51
\AL(NIION BRLICEE M D ILeternReser'.e Ln..er,.Tiii
Chriical As.i.i.rnl Profel i,r in Si .rj erpri I 9ic Si
\\,N.ELIZNH M N .nk 5,
A~, ,ranI -.bldar,.t" D "tum ourr l%8,- lth9.l
\%RRD) BONNIE Mi.LLIINN Ni 4
A,i-.iant Pr.fie,.,ri iPr .il-.- cn i Pht ,,ral ,.ur 1 .ir n 1 179 n. 197J0
\NARD DNIEl BFRTRANM Ph D ICorneluLin.er.iav
4..nr.re Pronte r ,r.l Boairln, and A,-v.ae holand r
Apr.. e ltural I per,iment ir,1,,,n. r, 958.- % "'









STAFF AND FACULTY


WARD.GR' DOLiCLAS Ph D ILninersii, of Mar land
Assnstanr Professor of Phyrs and ifflectrical engineering (1970.-19'0).
WARD.JOHN LAWRENCE M .M F A.
AssisrantProlessor l Ar(7%96.-196S). *
WARD, PHILLIP, A., M.F.A.
Associate Professor ol ni 1959-19681
WARDRONALDWV iNE Ph D iloa Stare LUniersisli
Assistant Profeissor Florda Department nl Crru' IF 4S
(1970-1970).
WARDEN, KARL PATTESON, LL.M.
Visiting Professor of Law (1970-7970).
WARDOWSKI, WILFREDFRANCIS, Ph D if.t chidn Stale
University)
A ;srdanr Profeor ( Aisr.rant Horticulr, % IF AS 1 96'-. 9 %Q
WARE. WILLI AMB Ph D (Norrhwesiern Un.iersry, I
Assianr Prolessor or oducat,oni 966-7I68i
WARHEIT, GEORGE J., Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Assistant Professor of
Sociology (1969-1969).
WARMKE, GERMAINE L., M.S.
Research Assistant in Medicine (1967-1967).
WARMKE, HARRY EARL, PhD ISlanford UniTer.,i,l
Professor ofAgronomy. L'SD A IF 5I t(96%4-i 4-lI
WARN MARTHAFLEMING M A
Inrerim Ass,tant Proteto orf fngihi 1969.1% tp
WARNER.DENNISDALE BSP
InstrucrorolPharmacs, 1l9.'. 961.
WARNER,STANLEY E., M.A.
A'iustanrProfessor offcon.,m,cs f79'n. 0 l'O
WARNICK, ALVIN CROPPER, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Professor of Animal Science andAnimal Physiologist,
Agricultural Experiment Stations (1953-7962).
WARREN, JESSIE ALMA, M.A. in L.S.
Assistant Communications Specialist, Agricultural Extension
Service, Tallahassee (1951-1951).
WARREN, SUSAN P., B.A.
Assistant in Psychiatry (1970-1970).
WARSON SAMUEL R M D IMcGill L r.,ersir, i
Professorn P4.charrvi I qi.4.196'i
WARTENBERG, GERD, Ph.D. (University of Kiel)
Interim Assistant Visiting Professor of Philosophy (1969-1969).
WASS,HANNELORELINA Ph D ILtn,,er.l, ofhlMchigani
Assistant Professor of ducaton,, ii%9-. %9,i
WASSOM, JOHN C., Ph.D. (Indiana University)
Interim Assistant Professor of Finance (1966-1966).
WASSON, KENNETH R., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Intern in Medicine (1970-1970).
WATERMAN, JOHN ANDREW, B.A. Arch.
Physical Planning Consultant (1969-1969).
WATERS, WILLIE ESTEL, Ph.D. (University of Florida)
Professor(Horticulturist) and Head, Ridge Ornamental
Horticulture Lab, IFAS (1960-1968)
WATKINS STuARTHOLT B A .Capiain L'S Arms
Alsi tanrProifesior t fi.,l,rars 5r,-?ncer 1%9.I %9i
WATSON,JAMES KENNETH, Ph D -Rie University)
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1966-1966).
WATSON, MARY CALDWELL, B.S. inL.S.
Associate Librarian, Reference and Bibliography (1960-1970).
WATSON, ROBERT T., M.D. (University of Florida)
Resident in Medicine (1970-1970).
WATSON WILLIAM IR .B S P E ILn, ersityof Florida)
Director of Alumni Ser,.,r', i 96b- 1%ii
WATTENBARCER lAMESt Ed D iUnmierisis ol Flordai
Profe,,or oi Iducar-on .19%8. l%8.S
WATTLEWORTH, JOSEPHA., P;D INorthu.ieern Uni.erii
Professor of C,n l tfgeperrir,g i%9-%9.,9
WATTS, EARLE HUNT, B.S.
Assistant Professor of ifechanicral nrnePer,ne IQ. 957).
WIUGH. BUTLER HUGGINS. Ph D Ilndiana Un,ierwias1
A'iocriareProIeneso f iErglIh Edri'rnr Di ....onol :noSpon-d
Rese.irchi7I.96%11 *
WAUGH, JOAN MEREDITH, M.N.
Instructor, College of N'iurng, i 7%- I%b
WAYNE, JOHN BRUCE, M.B.A.
Research Assistant, College of Medicine (1968-1968).


WEAR, RICHARDARLEN, Ph.D (Fl,-iida Sdlat I -r.er;I,,
InterimAssistant Professor of fujn, i,, ,, I'f. 1 'ni
WEAVER, ANNA LOUISE, B.S. in L.S.
A, rc,ate I brann.n cha.rgi*. Architecture and Fine Arts
t bfarsi 1959.19'0,1 "
WEAVER, WILLIAM BANCROFT,M.S.
Assistant Librarian, IFAS (1964-1967).
WEAVER,WILLIAM GLEN,JR., M.S.
interim ins,'u,'l- }r ,n 6 .rIel,. at ,i. r WEBB HOW ARD\ M% D I m,-., L r-,,e-,,1, I
Clinical tinstfruf r -rn Suri(er -- t1H1fP I oQ. IqjI
WEBB, JOHN V., M.A.
Associate Professoroff ournalism and Communications
(1958-1966).
WEBB, MARY E., M.Ed.
Interim Research Instructor of Education (1970-1970).
WEBB, SAWNEYDAVID Ph D iL'n,,ersi. u Cal, orn ia
AssociateCuratorofI:r-ritfhjr.PJt.ni, o'l,, P3,to,,in <;ra
Afuteum s$;tAs rnt Prole, or o Zioj,/r ini.1r 4 I,,ar, Pfri,,, r
"of C.esogv 1%964.79'01
WEBB,W.B.,Ph.D. Staie L-n.,ers.i> of l.asi
Graduate Research Professor of Psychology (1958-1970).
WEBBER, IRVING L, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University)
Professor of Sociology (1947-1963).
WEBER. IE NM BS F S1 Mi S CollIegei
Peiear-h ,ir,): e ,,, Obir i,,r. rdi ,i ,, i.. ,(1967-1969).
WEBER, NANCY S., M.Ed.
Counselor-Teacher, Division of Housing (1970-1970).
WEECH, HENRY A., JR., Major, U S. Air Force, M.S.
Assistant Professor ofAerospace Studies (1971-1971).
WEEKS, JOHNWESLEY, M D iDuLf I- ni.er,;,,i
Assistant Professor of Ofb, t- iro- .r-,Ii ... i 0 .,., ~ 1966-1970).
WEEMS, HOWARD VINCENT, JR., Ph.D. (University of Ohio)
Associate Professor of Entomology (7966-1966)
WEHLBURG,ALBERTF. C., M.A.
Instructor in English (1966-1970).
WEHLBURG,CORNELIS. Ph D IUWi-rhi University)
rosno Parholog .r CI,. no, Plant /,t,,rr) (1968-1968).
WEIDHAAS, DONALDE, Ph D IC.iirnelll r,i.,er,, i
Professor of Entomology and Investigations Leaders, USDA
Entomology Laboratory (1967-1967).
WEIDLE,RUTH R.,B.S.
Instructor of Occupational Therapy (1970-1970).
WEIDNER, JAMES PAUL, B.S.
Associate in Engineering in Chrn.rial f ri.rn..i.-, fhl. Trii
WEICEL.\% ALTER H, M D IEmori L university)
Clir,,t il ir.,ricrc.r ,n i-d,r,,-u.i a QS9-1959)
WEIMER, RAE O.
Dean Emeritus and Professor of lournalism and Communications
and Special Assistant to the President (1949-1968).
WEINGARTNER, DAVID PETER, Ph D i.1tch,gan ,are University)
Assistant Professor (Assistant Plm rn Ptrh. I. .-,~n IF S, Potato
Ini.,?r,.garion labor j.:rs, i1% lq- 1691
VE[INSHELB'M. M. ARL NEM.,M.D.(UniversityofChicago)
Resident ,n Radioljes (1969-1970).
WEINSHELBAUM, EDWARD I., M.D. (University of Chicago)
Assistant Professor of Surgery (1969-1969)
W[INSTEIN IRA PhD iGeorge'%as h.ngRon Lln.ersity)
A.,oc.ate Proie-,or -V Phamarerloe, 1i 7%9. I7,9
WEISS, CHARLES F., M.D. (Vanderbilt University)
Associate Professor of Peil, .,,, t intiu, i'r. Phjimnac.,l, e-
(1969-1969).
AE1ISS.CHARLES I i D Chi(.dgoM %edrai.holi
Inr'rn in N.ferI-ir,pi 19",- 'l 'ili
WEISS, DAVID, LL.B. (Harvard University)
Associate LawLibrarian (%969-1969).
WELBORN, SARAH, M.A.
Interim Instructor in Humanities (1968-1969).
WELBORN, CHARLES G., Jr., M.A.
Assistant Professor of journalism and Communications
(1966-1966).
WELLBORN, WALTER H., Jr., M.D. (Emory University)
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (1965-1965).
WELLER, HENRY RICHARD, Ph.D. (Duke University)
Assistant Professor ofPhysics (1968-1968)









STAFF AND FACULTY


WELLS, EDWARD L., B.F.A.
Instructor in lournaIm and Communalirnni11%969-1%969
WELLS PHILIPH MD iUniem is of Floridal
Revsdenr ,n Surger's 19701
WELSCH WALTER ROLAND M Ed
Asisrani Prolesior cl Ph sircal Education and A'sistant Track
Coach Q954-19591
WELTNER,WILLIAMJr., Ph.D. (LiUniersrl of Californial
ProfessorofChemirr 17%6-. 9%61
IENZEL EELINLOLUISE.EdD (Columbiaunnersil ,
Proleinr ol Educaton 1958-19'il *
WENZEL, FREDERICK WILLIAM. ir .Ph D I Un. ers, y or Massa.
chusetts)
Professor (Chemist), IFAS, Cirrui E per.ment Srtaron i 1948- 19481
WERSHOW, IRVING ROBERT Ph D 'iale Ln,.ers,7 I
Professor of Spanish. Actng Drecror ol Arcan Sruidies
Program 1946-19641 *
WEST,BARBOUR DUKE, M.D. (Linierst ol KentuckI
Resident in Radiology (1970-19' '
WEST CAROLE E ,M D lPhiladelphal
Fellow & Tra,nee,n OpvhrhalmoIogs I 1 .'(i- 9.'li'l
WEST DA.IDAL N I D
Conrdnanrr lou, Studeni Conr-fjrr r lti. i=6vii *
WEST,FELICIA E.,M.Ed.
Teacher P.K. Yonge Laborator., Schooli' 1%'-19691
WEST, SHERLIE HILL, Ph.D. (Un-sersnot ol llilnois
Professor of Agronomy, USDA If4Si 19i8-%9691
WESTERBERG,ARTHUR WILLIAM PhD ILni.ei sit ol Londoni
Assistant Professor ofChemic al Engneering 11 %. 196',
WESTFALL, MINTERJACKSON, Ir PhD ICornell Un,.erill I
Professor of Biological Science, Zoolo~g.and Eniomoloe,,
Curator of Biological Sciences, Florda Sral-e Mtueum 7194"- 79691
WESTGATE, PHILIPJOHN, Ph.D (Coinell Um.ersil 1
Professor (Horticulturist), IFA S Central fior-da E *perment
Station (1943-1960). *
WESTON, EDWARD G., M.S.
Instructor in Journalism and Com munrcatrons I 19' 0- 197"
WETHINGTON, JOHN ABNER, Ir Ph D |Northw&estern Ln.ierirst
Professor of Nuclear EngineerneR 1195 J-7960,
WETTERQVIST,ORJANFREDERICkI M A
Assistant Professor of Architecr u 9e 17969-1%91
WEYRAUCH, WALTER OTTO, I S D lNale LUniers,. Il
Professor of Law(1957-1960).
WHANG, CHOONGJ., M.D. (Seoul National LiUnersist I
Resident in Neurosurgery (196-. 19"il|
WHEAT, MYRON W., Jr, M.D.: ishinngion L'n, iert,I ,
ProfessorofSurgeryand Chiel ol 'he D, ,in of Thoracic and
Cardiovascular Surgery (1959-1Q, i
WHEATON, ERNEST RICHARD M Ag
Interim Assistant Economist (1960-19 .. i
WHEATON, THOMASADAIR, Ph D iULniers.lt ol Califoinial
AssociateProfessor(Associate Horr.culrurr i. IF A Cirru,
Experiment Station (1963-1970)
WHEELER, LAWRENCE ARTHUR PhD |LUnisersIl, ot Southern
California)
Associate Professorof Electrical Engfneering. ACirngRi ident
Director-Eglin AFB (1969-19691
WHEELER,WILLIS BOLY, Ph.D. iPenn.4yl ania Slate College
Assistant Professor (Assistant B,.,chen,,ri i 4I SI 1966-1966i
WHITCOMB, CARL ERWIN, Ph D IIoa State LUnniersirl I
Assistant Professor(Assistant Ornamental Horriculitur ist
IFAS (1967-1969).
WHITCOMB,WILLARD HALL. Ph D iCornell LUnmer-,tl I
Professor of Entomology (Enrmorilne'.r I IF AS (796 -. 196'
WHITE. ARTHUR 0., Ed.D. (NeAw 'ork Buffaloi
Assistant Professor of Educatinr. 1970.' '0
WHITE, BARBARA CRITTENDEN. NM D
Chairman and Professor, Depariment nt Ph) ,cal Therapi
(1958-1969).
WHITE, CLEMENTINE BERTHA MM l4
Assistant Professor of Music 1(9#6-f I 6h i
WHITE, FRANKLIN HENRY, Ph D iLniersil of Illinois,
Professor (Bacteriologist), lr'-tI,,r- l Foo ,, dand agrculrural
Sciences (1955-1967).
WHITE, lAKE B., B.S.A.
Associate Dairy Husbandman I.,ii Fllor,.ji Dadar I 'nl I947-79441


WHITE. IOSEPH BENTON. Ph D (Peabody Instiulte)
Dean Emeritus. College of Education and Professor of Education
17948-1%41 "
WHITE L ARRYD .PhD (Universily of Arizona)
Assisranr Professor and Aisirant Forester. Agricultural
Experiment Stations 11970-79701
WHITE. LOWELL E .M D (Uni eisily of Washington)
Professor of Surgerv and Chief of the Division of Neurosurgery
11970.19701
WHITE. ROWENA R ,M D IUnliersity of Mississippi)
Resident in Psychiarr) f1970.19701
WHITE. TON' ROBERT. M AE
Interim Insrructorm n Arc hrecuie(796%9- %969
WHITEHE AD.RICH RDHOLMES.B A
LUnierst Registra ( 1938-7965)
WHITEHLIRST. FREDERICK D.. Ph D University of Florida)
Assistant Professor of Accountingi 7%9.1%96
WHITEHURST.WILLI AML .MD |Universia) otTennesseel
Clinical Assilant Proessor 1%966-1%9691
HsHITESIDE JACKOLIER.PhD iRhodesia)
Associate Professor (Assocale Plant Pathologist. IFAS. Citrus
Experiment Srartion 17%96 796'
WHITLEN ESSTO'AWILLIS M '
Instructor P K Vonge taborator, School, 1958-19621
AHITNEY, ELLSWORTH DOW.Ph D. [New Nork University)
Associate Proles,or ot Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
179'0-79'01
WHITNEN IODIE DOV'LE Ph D (UniversiryolOklahomal
Assi%,anr Prole,0or Asiistanr Agricultural Engineerl. IFAS
CrruL Eapefimenr Staton(l%5-19651
WHITSON, THEODORE MD IUmniersii of North Carolinal
Clinical Fellow in Plastic Surger) f 19.01
WHITTAKER,RONLDD .Ph D Florida StateUnisersily)
Ar, iant Professor of lournaism and Communications
(1969-691j
WHITIEMORE.HIRMD.lBS E I
4Asoinae Professor (.AsSociare.Aercultural Engineer I. If1S.
I-'SDA E.erglade tiper.ment Sraton(1958-19581
WHITT'i ELMOBENI AMIN.Ph D (NorlhCarolina Stae Universit I
A4ssisant Professor or Agronom. I ASi 1%966-1961
WHORTON. I AMES. Ed D (Colorado State Lniversits I
A,,siant Proteisoroi Educarion 969-1%96
WILCOX.CHkRLESIULIAN.Ph D Ruigers Unisetsitl
4,'Aciate Proiesor of DJir Science and 4cC ,are Dair
Generir.it Agricultural tpprment Station, (9lq59-19651
WILCOX DON ILDBROOKS.I D (Emor Unnisersily)
Professor nl Industrialand S sfems Eneneering 11952- 952)
WILCOX. MERRIL PhD INorthCarolina State Univers.t I
4A.ociaie Professor o Agronomy IF AS (1%0-1968l "
WILCOXEN.JOSEPH K .M D IUniers.s of Illinoisl
Resident in medicine i1970-19'01
WILDER.BUN JOE.M D (Duke Unisersil,)
Atsocrate Prolessor of Medicne I 796%2-79691
WILDER I LloydM D Loma Linda Universits(
Clinical Associate in Pyrhiarr 918- I%9681
WILENSKN NORMAN MAR\ IN. PhD liale Lin.erwy I
Associate Proflesor of Social Sc,encp sand Hiors 196%2-196%9)
WILES.HILDA.B 4
Interim Teacher. P K nnrge laboratory School
S1968-19681
WILFRET.C.Ri IlOE.Ph D IUnniersitv of Hadwaii
Ai .irant Professor Aissmrant Cpneicltl I 5AS Cull Coastr
Esfpermentr Sairon 7969-19691
WILKINSON. ALBERTH ,M D Ileflerson Medical College of
Pennsil.anial
Clinical Ass.iant Prolesor ot Surgern -IHEP-- 1969-19691
WILKINSON CL5DE SINFIELD.PhD iUni.ersil, of Illinois)
Proless orof Englishi 1959-19591
WILKINSON.ROBERT CLE1 EL AND.Ph.D. IUn% eisiIs of Wisconsinl
Asociae Fnromolog,,. Agricultural Erperiment Stations
7960-196%5
,ILKOWSkE. HOW ARD HUGH. Ph D 1Iowa State ULnisersit
Prole-sor IDairs Technologist I and A.s,rtant Dean for
ReFarch. If AS(950-196%81
WILL RD DEL MS
Intru-tor .n Mfathematics I 1%0-196%0









STAFF AND FACULTY


WItLI4MS AUIBREYt AKE PhD (Yale lniers;rsi
CraduarfeReseParc-hProfo ri ,-.'f! J lumhh 1%, s ll li
,ILLIAMS CODE M MD iBailor t ni.eis.lii
Ph D IOlford i nnersilt I
Profewr and ChaminTan Rahr.In:v(960-1965)
VILLIANIS DMIDD %I N
Inrerm tn uruiEr, _o C otperc o 1 5 /, i r. E ','il. lSl'l
WILLIAMSDAVIDTYNDALE.Ph D Nei, Soik L n,.er.,li
Professor of Aerospace Engineering; Pr.. ,n, ,alPh, .,
(1957-1957).
WILLIAMS.DONALD EDwARD Ph D INoirhr e.iern L n.,r ns i
Associate Professorof Sfpreh and D),r r. .F Phi F.rni,,
and Public Address (1959-1964).
WILLIAMS, EMMET LOUIS, Ph.D. (Peabody University)
Professor of Education and Assistant Dean. Collegeof
Education (1964-1970).
WILLIAMS, GEORGE I., M.A.
Interim Instructor in Sr.c,i '1c Pr-., ,-i IQ. t95,
WILLIAMS, HERMAN BARNES, B.M.E.
Associate Professor of Engineering Graphics (1946-1947).
%ILLIAfMS HIR MD '.1 Ed
ProlPsor of Art i 7Il- Ilq5 i
WILLIAMS, IZOLA FORRESTER, M.S.
Associate Professor (Associate State leader. Home
Economics), IFAS (1963-1968).
WILLIAll S I CLRTIS JR 11 D iBowman(Grasi
C(I,niral 4,i>anr Proie .l '1 ,-iflorf n| 19%' 1970).
AILLIA.AMS MARGCRETRt TH %M 1
Cha.,manand Prorei,.-, Dleparimnrof Medical
rechnolos ( 19bl It.'i) "*
WILLIAMS, MARYCILLEY, B.A.
Assistant Editor, Agricultural Experiment Stations
(1961-1962).
WILLIAMS, ROBERTL.. M.D. (Albany)
Professor of Psychiatry and Chairman of Department (1958-1964).
WILLIAMS, TERRY E., M.D. (Ohio State University)
Resident in Medicine (1970-1970),
WILLIAMS, I%.TON I I ) il ri,,ir.i., of Mississippi)
Assistant Professor of Law (1969-1969).
WILLIAMSON, HERBERT DUFF, M.C.E.
Associate Professor of Building Construction (1965-1965).
WILLIS, RICHARD D.. Ph.D. (University of Illinois)
Assistant Professor of Psychology (1969-1969).
WILMOT, DAVID L, M.A.
Professor of Music (1962-1968).
WILMOT, WILLIAMV.,JR., Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Pr..%.inir ,jf .anagemenr and Chairman of Department
of 5,ar.ap'men-t and .Bu,.-r.' tass ,1957-1964).
WILSON,F. D., Ph.D. (State College of Washington)
Assistant Plant Geneticist, USDA. Everglades Experiment
Station (1958-1958).
WILSON, HAROLD ARNOLD. Ph D dIo.a Stale L university)
Associate Professor of .v ,aE! f,,Pen,- e an.1 Hiirr,
Adviser (1958-1967).
WILSON, HENRY RUSSELL.Ph D tIUniverits of Maryland)
AssociateProfessorr,ai n,maJ S( ePnr. A.. .-,arc-
Professor of Poultry Sc, ent ean.1 4.n.,alri Pulirr Ph. .,.-,lr,,r
AgriculturalExperiminr Siari.?r,, 1.'6. 1,',
WILSON, JENNET MAE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (1957-1957).
WILSON W ILLIA,',MCLRTIS PhD iL'n,ers.rs of fioridai
A %,iuani Profte.iri 4.,,rinr Plar.r ParhoIng,%r i tif S
FCC Ciru. fper,menfr staiinni %- f. lh
WILT84NKi. ,ILLIAP. IOSIPH PhD 0iL nieri',s, if Florida)
A< ,..iani Proi.< ,r I 4 ,,.,rani iorEn, ,iru,.. ri 45 (1968-197%8).
%&IND CHIEL A MD iL'niersisotilerualJemi
Rerdenn in Ophrhalmnlne, 1196%9.68i
WINEFORDNER,JAMESDUDLEY,Ph.D.(I rn,ei.l, o( Ill.no.s,
Professor of Chemistry (1959-1967).
WING, ALEXANDER HOLBROOK, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Profenr oat lertariai frenpe.r,nn t 1ES. TQSS).*
WING,ELIZABETHS .Ph D iL'nisei, r,i Flor.da,
Assistant Cutar, llrn,,da 5iire luit-umi ,i1I. I't68,
AING jAMESMAR\IN PhD iLn.ersit olovo.a talte
Pr,lepnr nl Da,r Sr #rn,, and D3r, H.sbajndmian
Agcultual[ Fiper.'meneri Siaion l5 I.I%,i *


WINIUS,GEORGE DAVISON, Ph.D (Columbia University)
4,', I riafiPfniPri ,n nrI tfi,,nr, E ir,. IS,' ,
WINSOR, HERBERT WILLIAMS, B.S.A.
Assistant Professor (Assistant Chemist). ItAS. Agricultural
Experiment Stations (1930-7930)
I INIER.i I RA -,. 11 A
Ir.,Erriolnr l Spri-r. hi E.1'l IT 'ii,
WIRTH,WILLIS WAGNER, PhD. (University of California)
pr" il '-,:. Of ( r, ,ri.- 'l. i | 1965).
WISLER, PATRICIA L, M.S.
Assistant in Obstetrics andGynecology
W'TTIG HEINi/ lo0 PH M1 D iL n,.a.mi ,,i wlMunich)
.a .' rera ,' Pr, r... r i P-if, ,. ., E .R. I S I1'
WITTKOPF BARBARAIIA N '.11l N,
Assistant i hlar,an R, ri,e n, <..ii,,ri i l,...ri.h, .7970-1970)
WITTKOPF, EUGENE R., M.A.
Interim Assistant Professor ofPolitical Science(71970-1970)
WITTMER, P. JOSEPH. Ph.D. (Indiana University)
Associate Professor of Education (1968-1 970)
WOLFE, EMIL ANDREW, M.S.
Professor (Horticulturist), IFAS Everglades Experiment
Station (1948-1966).
WOLFENBARGER, DANIEL OTIS, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Entomologist, Sub-Tropical Experiment Station (1945-1946)
WOLFF,GEORGE ELLIOTT,Ph D ; 1ni.,.i, of ,N.rf.h Carolina)
Professor ofSocial Science's 4*. ..rrr tSa. ,
WOLFORD, RICHARD WILSON, M.A.
Professor (Chemist), IFAS, Citrus Experiment Station (1951-7970)
\\OLFsO. MORTON M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Comprehensive ogic. Adviser (1965-1968).
WOLFSON SORRELL L M D iVanderbilt University)
ClinicalAssociate Professor of Pediatrics (1965-1965)
WOLKING, WILLIAM, P, D iL nrier.,, .,nrn,-,..,.
Associate Professor of ., i ,,-i., E',.,. E',.i,
WOLTZ, SHREVESIMPSON. P D )RuiCr-r I r,,.. -r., i,
Pr r..i... r Pladni Ph..,. ,l,, ,.ri If r 4% i lM I .,, .r
I p iri,,rr-n Sr i, ir., I J. I'fh*
WON,CHINGMIN,Ph D iC.,lurrhi r.ir,.;r,,
PostdoctoralAssocire r' -, c... ,, rj, t. ', .. ir E",.
WOOD, FRANK BRADSHAW, Ph.D. (Princetor Lr. r.i ,i.,
Professor of Astronomy; Director of Optical( t i .,- .
(1968-T968)
WOODARD, J.C CARROLL, D V.M., Ph.D. (Auburn University,
Massachusetts)
Ak ,.i, irfr Pri..-..r n (Pa5r.. I,',., 1966-7970).
WOODRUFF POBERTEI GENE Ph D ,L nier.v of Florida)
Assistant Prol- .r.r-,r Int ni,tI.moi '.. t r,.h lQrRR,
WOODRUFF,WILLIAM, Ph D 11 n;.er-r.it ,,i N.;rnghamr [nil.ir,i
Graduate Research Profe. .r ,rPn..1,,1 ,. ,, ,r .j r-' ,, i ..,,
of Economics (1966-1968).
WOODS, CHARLESTRUMAN, JR., M.A.
Assistant Editor. Agricultural Experiment Station (1966-1968).
H\OOD\ D ERD ED. ARDR D .1 r,,.er.ivofChicago)
Proe'o,,, ri- Surj,-. ,antd Chairman of Department (1957-1957)
WOODWARD, JAMESC.,D.V.M. (Auburn University)
Pr.,r r r,r.. ral r ir.. i ri, q .- .' ,
WORKMAN,RALPH B., IR PhD I n..,-i,,r, OOr,-or.ni
Associate Professor(A...-. .. InA-n .l%.. P',,r,, P.t ,r.,a.
Investigations Laboratory (1958-1967).
WORTHEN, DAVID M., M.D. (University of Minnesota)
Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology (1970-1970)
WROE, MARTHA. M.A.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy (1959-1970)
WYATT, JOHN WALTON S ID iC:iore Wa,'hinrior, Ln;.. riI, i
Professor ofBusiness l.i,. i ,44. L 9'r.,,
WYNNE. JAMESW., M.D. (Cornell University)
Resident in Medicine (1970-1970).
YAMOKOSKI,ROBERT,M.D. (OhioState University)
Intern in Surgery (1970).
YANG, MARK CHAO-KUEN, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Assistant Professor of Statistics (1970-1970)
YATES, EDWARD D., M.A.
Assistant Professor offournalism andCommunications (1965-1966).









STAFF AND FACULTY


YATES, HARRY EDGAR
4..i,'rI P 1re-i'r...' 4"~ani F Mfre, .rolne,ii i It I SI. B
l\cJIh r It ,i. .1h -'r., v- Il954. 1 QSb4
YELILN 1 IcTOR M M S iAuburn LUn.ersils)
,mln po rer *'I*.* .^lr*, h 5p ny ,aJl,-) r 197 1 1 'I) I
YEN, ALICE BING, M.S.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, CJii ,i 1Qh6 i h. i6 I
YIl ROL AND.PhD I .jrliers.IT olPennsi.,aniai
f'rrf.' .i ,, i l rI,'. fr a[re,nr- *r.n- Pr ip. -or.,n.-Charge
GEM'v tl-n-. P,331rnHar'hi1968-196g1
YOHO, WILLIAM HERBERT, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Geolosi i19 51-951,
YORK E T IR Ph D irCrnell Liniers.rs
P, H -ar anr Prit,., a t ,d nitrn rfthndl riulfff ulte Inarllual.'iai
F'.,.Ji. d 4'. ,,- tlij,',l ',ienre-, I 190.1- 19 3i
YORTON.IOAN 8NNISTER Ph D iLinnpiiaIs oI Floardal
Par-fr.irrr. n..rru. I.r ,,, Ph', *,' YORTON. ROGER ALLAN, B.S.
Associate in Engineering in Environmental Eng ne'e ng
(1966-1966).
YOST, WILLIAM F., M.D. (University of Tennessee i
Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology (1969-19641
YOUNG, CANNING K.M., M.A.F.A.
Professor of Architecture (1955-1969)
YOUNG, GERTRUDE MARIAN, Ed.D. (Columbia L'n,i- viii I
Associate Professor of Education (1957-1957),
YOUNG, HAROLD WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Ohio State LUn, er >ii
Associate Professor (Associate Horticulturist) and He,,ad if A
B'-a lendH.-.r ',ultl, i t.,b.i 3, r, ,rs t9~ s,. t 1q ii
YOUNG, THOMAS WILBUR, Ph.D. (Cornell Unisk r si., I
Horticulturist, Sub- Tropical Experiment Station 194 1958 "
YOUNG, MARIAN AMELIA, M.A. in L.S.
Librarian, Catalog (1934-1970). *
YOZGATLIOGLU,CUNEYTA., M.D. (University or Iantul i
University Psychiatrist; Chief, Clinical Services, 1 % 1. 19 Ji
YU, SHIH CHENG, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Professor of Accounting (1967-1968).
YUAN,TZU LIANG, Ph.D. (Ohio State University*
Associate Professor (Associate Soil Chemist), If s .~ A ,,turairIal
Experiment Stations (1955-1964).
ZAHN, M., Sc.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Techn:.io~a
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (19'1a. I 'i -0
ZAM, STEPHEN G., Ill, Ph.D. (University of Southern .dl.tornid
Assistant Professor of Zoology (1966-1966).
ZAUNER, CHRISTIAN WALTER, Ph.D. (Southern Il,r.cs, un.ri..,r,
Associate Professorof Professional Physical Eoau satr' i 1 .1 I3 S. 5 I
ZAVELSON,THOMAS, M.D. (Duke University)
Resident in Pediatrics (1970-1970).
ZAVIN,SHIRLEY ANNE, M.A.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art (1970).
ZEIGLER, JANET WATSON, M.Ed.
Interim Teacher, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School I 1 %i.- IJ'..Ii
ZEiTLER RONALDC MD i\Vaa,;r,.t .;n;.era.r i
( .in, \ .., r ,r, P *. a.i,,rr, t 7 le,. 15 61
ZELAZNY, LUCIAN WALTER, Ph.D. \ r.r..a Po~I -chn.c in.,irue I
Assistant Professor (Assistant Soil ti .,-r iir i i Ai r,,-Lfrral
Experiment Station (1970-1970).
ZEMAN, JOSEPH JAY, Ph.D. (University of Chicagoi
Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1966-1966).
ZETROUER, WALLACE FEASTER, M.S.E.
Assistant Pr. ,ip. ..- i ,-I r', ir l flr, ,n, r,ne I 144S 1tq 6I
ZETTLER,FRANCISW'LIL4.M PhD (Cornell LInieril I
Assistant Professor ( .,. r Jr,r Pl,ni Pith.liag.r i fri.ra r litOr
Food and Agricultural Sa.. '.I9hr. I l,)bi
ZIEGLER, LOUIS WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Universityof FIor id.ii
Professor, IFAS (1930-1058).
ZIEGLER, MERVIN L., M.A.
Interim Graduate Teaching Assistant in Speech t 19b6D.- I '
ZILLER, ROBERT C., Ph.D. I n;.e.r,;i, of M;.ch;gan
Professorand Chairman .i P. ,, h. .l. .~ 1 '|1. 19'11
ZIMMFRM.i A i PRFT Ph D in;er,., ,t,M;, hK,ani
It i .. , . '1 1- r..i f ,h h .t f h 19F I. It l
ZIMMERMAN, LELAND L. Ph.D. (University of A ,i:onmn
Professorof Speech and Director of Theatre (, ..q )Si
ZIMPFER, WALTER HENRY, M.S.
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1950- I5.


ZITTER. THOMAS ANDREW, Ph D IMichigan State Unierll
4A riamni Prolessor( As tiirant Planr Pathologsti. IF AS
fherElades E per.ment Station 1l%8-19681
ZOL TEW ICZ. John Andre. PhD (Princeton Unmersilti
Asoc'are Prole,,or of Chem,,rrs 1963- 19691
ZLIBERO. OSE L M D rZaragoza LUnimersi4l Spa.n
CInical 4Asnciare n OphIhalmologv 11966- 1961
ZLIE VICTORR w 46TO.M SE
.sistanr in Reiea'rh ,n Electrical Eng.neep'rn 1969. 1%i91
ZLIMBRO IAMESMARK MM
A.,silanr Piofleo nit .Muar 11969- l%96
ZWEIC MARIL5NB Ph D nnersil 01ot Rochesteri
Aaiar,, Prnlcwiar ol Phiii.iph i I9b6- 196Pi









STAFF AND FACULTY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
COUNTYAND HOME ECONOMICS AGENTS

1969-70


AHRANO, ELIZABETH CERMAK, B.S.H.E.
Elfr,-,n Hom/1 Irn-i ni *.,m 4,ir' iii Alachua County
(1957-1957),
ALLEN, EDWARD, M.D.
Extension Agent, Ornamentals. Multi-County (II;, (1960-1969).
ALLEN, JEANNE MARIAN, B.S.
friensrnHomret,-.-,ii,.m .- ,;,o i ,,,r-i r County (7969-1969).
ALPHONSE, SANDRA TAYLOR, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent, 4-H (I), Broward County
(1966-1966)
ANDERSON,MAE MILLAR.8.S.
Extension Home Economics A nr,ii, '*... in ,nCounty
(1963-1963),
ANDFRSONMARY ETHEL, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I), Escambia County
(1969-1969).
ANDREWS.ADAM TUCKER,M.Ag.
fit.'n,',.n 4e-'or Ar.' ..,jii,r. Ii Alachua County, (1954-1969).
ANDREWS, RANCE ADAMS, 8.S.A.
County Extension Director (II). Hamilton County (1953-1955).
BARMBY, BRUCE ALAN,M.S.
Extension Agent, Ornamentals & \ e .,r,,i ,t iii. Orange
County(1958-1%9). *
BASS, BERNICE ODELL, MS.A.
County Extension Director (1), Glades County (1956-1959).
BASS ICK\iESLE .1 M
I .en.,on ~g.p n in, in i ,ant r, 11(1965-1969).
BASSETT, MAMIE COINS, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent(III), li ,h, J,.., .ieh-, County
(1955-1969).
BEEM, JEAN, M.S.A.
C o u n ts E <'/ rD,,,)-" ri r t. r I| i H .M .hi r ,r o-,i Z I' ,u ,r I I J.19' t l '
BELLIZIO, JAMES ERNEST, M.S.
Extension Agent, Horticulture, (I). Collier County (7968-1968).
BENSON, JACQUELYN FLYNT, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (1). Duval County (1966-1966).
BENTLEY, DICKI DRESBACH, B.S.
County Extension Home Economics Agent-4-H(1), Gadsden
County(1966-1966).
BIRREL.AURILLADRIGGERS,B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (il), Brevard County
(1969-1969),
BIZETTE, JUSTINE LAMBERT, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent--4-H-(ll), Dade County
(1961-1969).
BLACKBURN, ALICE MAR IE, M.Ret.
Extension home Eron,),ir,,.. ci, I"-i J.H .ii i County
(1968-1968).
BLAKE JAMES ALOYSIUS,Jr., B.S.A.
Extension Agent, Citrus Multi County (I) (1969-1969).
BOATRIGHT, JOANN KIRKLAND, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Suwannee County
(1%966-1966).
BOUIE, DOROTHY ANN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (1), Volusia County
(196-1968).
BOULWARE, DEBORAH RICKETTS, M.S.
Extension Home n.-nom..- 'ir iii i.i sCounty (1966-7%9).
BOYLES, CLIFFORD RAYMOND
County Extension Director (I), Okeechobee County (1944-1944).
BRADDOCK, THOMAS HANSEN, M.S.A.
Extension Agent, Dairy & Livestock, Multi County (111)
(1957-1969).
BRADLEY, RICHARD LEONARD.B.S.A.
Extension Agent (I), Sumter County (1945-1963).
BRAZELL,SUSAN KIRSTEIN,B.A.
Extension Home Economics Agent (),. Duval County (1967-17%7).


BREELAND.CLIFTON HUGHEY, B S
Extension Agent-4.-H-(). scambia Couny( 1969-1969;
BROCK.MARGUERITERISH, B.S.H.E
Extension Hoe come t me Agenit (I), St uoe C ounty
(1946-1962).
BROWN, NETTIE RUTH, B.S.HE.
Extension Home Economic Agent (I.ll St .ohns County
(1960-1969)
BURGESS, JANE RANDAL, BS. H.E.
Extension H i,n ,- .n ,,, i L' t, i ,, i & i .,o Counts
(1954-1969).
BURGESS, RAYMOND HUNTER, M.S.A.
(.,,jnr t.r i, ,n., .r ..r, l,.r, Henry County (1962-1969
CAMERONJOSEPHINE MOORE, M.Ag
Extension Home Economic Agent (Ill Polk County (195 1969),
CAMPBELL, JOHN DOUGLAS, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (1It). Dade County (1947-1969)
CANTY, BESSIE JACKSON, M.S.
Extension Home Economics c, ..r, i I Iu. rif ouny(%963-1969
CARMICHAEL, OTIS EUGENE, M.S.
Extension Agent. Ornamentals (I) Polk County (1968-1968;
CARR, HORACE MIXON, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (II), Bay County (1951-1951)
CAUSEY, JOHN HJALMAR, B.S.A.
foi r.;on Sg.,ni Vegetables Sugar Cane (lll). Palm Beach

CHAMPAGNE, ROY JEAN, M.S.
Extension Agent-Poultry (Itl), Dade County (1953-7969)
CHANDLER, ISAAC, r.,, B.S.
Extension Agent-Agriculture (1), Hami'tnn County (1952-196 3)
CHILDERS, SALLIE RUSSELL, B.S.
Extension Horr,. f ..n.-r..-.A,, of nii. HolmesCounty
(1954-1954).
CLARK,BERNARD HENTZ, B.S.A.
Extension Agent-Livestock (II). Cadsden County (1948-1969)
CLARK, ELIZABETH DAVIS, B.S.
ExtensionHomeEconomicsAe .".i'. I I. County (1965-1969)
CLARK, KENNETH AMES, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (ltl), Sarasota County (1942-196%9)
CLARK, VIRGINIA CARR, BS.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (Ii), Walton County
(1953-1%960).*
CLASSON. DOROTHY JACOBSON, B.S.
ExtensionHu-mr.fr.,.n',,. i. "i,in .. -County (959-1969;
CLAY, RALPH THOMAS. B.S.A.
County Extension Director (11l), Putnam County (1949-1969)
COBB, LEONARD CLARENCE, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (1l), Levy County (1951-1969)
COLLINS, LEALA REAVES, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (11), Orange County
(1953-1969).
COLLINS. WILLIAM EARL, B.S.A.
Extension Agent-Livestock Multi-County (I) (1951-1963,
COOMBS, VIRGINIA HILL,B S
Extension Home Economics Agent-4-H (tl). Hlls borough
County (1954-1%9)
CO\L\N iDL aRD)I41E" .1t r
r,,i,,r ,, ,, r Li,.'.. i .',ii. r ....'County(1955-7959)
COWEN, ERNEST HENRY, B.S.
Extension Agent-4-H (), Orange County (196%6-1966)
COWEN, WILLIAM JOSHUA, B.S.A.
CountyExtension Director (11), I union County (1946-1948)
CREEL, MEREDITH ANN, B.S.H.E
Extension Home Economics Agent -4-H (1), Suwannee
County(1969-1969)
CREWS, JULIUS PAUL,B.S.A.
County Extension Director (111). Suwannee County t1953-19691
CUMMINGS, I'.IE FRFDERICK 1.1 A
Extension A. :r,r, it r, ..Iu ..1961-1969),
CUNNINGHAM, DOROTHY C, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent -4-H (I), [scamboa County
(1966-1966).
CURTIS.ROBERTGEORGE, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (fI, l ee County 1952-196r
DAIGLE.LOUISJOHN,M.Ag.
Extension Agent Ornamental (II). Dade County (1960-1969










STAFF AND FACULTY


DALTON,JOSEPHDAl ID Ph D iLnnersrt oI Massachuserlil
ExtensionAgent So, i Il ii 9 7969i
DAVIS, HENRY PITTMAN, B.S.A.
Cnumi.. n E .r- .r n r. Drecrut 1 ill. Tas\'r Count~ 11950-.1954;
DAVIS. IOHNNIE EVERETTE M Ag
F' unt, f ren.on ifreii or Iit I. %,ashingrnin CouLnr) (1948-1969)
DAVIS ROBERT MARION M Ag
C,iin;) i xrf.r.,or. 0 r ei F l Ir 111 1 Pollk Ctrunt. I 19jO- 9691
DAVIS. RUNNETTE HITCHCOCK, Ni ,
Extension Home Economics 4Agei-r ill DadeCount, 01968-1968,
DAWSEY, POSTELLE GILPIN, B.S.
S*en rh i.n H me F i'.n,-. -nt err fI II,i ,farc',n Count
(1957-1969).
DAWSON, ALBERT DOUGLAS, B.S. A
Extension Agent-Livestock (11), Paco Counr 11966.19691
DEMAREE, MICHAEL F., M.S.A.
it'f n ,On Aeer-r--J.HlIl I r,-..nCOuI ,r' 17 l 9-19P, I
DEVOLL, DAVID ALLYN, M.S.A.
Aicr nagF r iOn .cr-nt-l- -r.-.a le, Mijllri-,ourni I'll

DICKINSON, RONALD IRVIN, M.S
Extension Agent-Ornamentals( l ( ranime Courn., i 1969. 199
DILBECK, JAMES DAVID, M.S.
Extension Agent-Vegetables Mir,.. .uni s ii 1%9.9. lQt,9
DINKINS, PAUL LEROY, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (III), S. l.,h.,. Count, 1195o-l96,st
DIXON, BARMELL BLEDSOE, B.S.H E
Extension H.i n.e ro,-..-,r-'"-.r, ge.ni li H, rnandolC-.unrs
(1963-1963).
DORSEY, MABLE STRONG, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agerf I I i1. ,u,, Cnuntr,
(1%8-1968)
DOWNS, ROBERT DONALD, B.S.A
[ r.'r,.....- 4prnr- trih: 11l1 H-.ill i.tr.ue'h C'ourn v
(1957-1969).
DRAVES, DOROTHY ENGLE, B.S.H.E
Extension Home Econimcs Agent tlli/i Pit .-(1 s it ,Cri,
(1962-1969).
DUKES, NEIL MATTHEW, B.S.
County Extension Director (1l1), Clumha Co.un,, t 1'9'2.Q19'ft,1
DUNSON, ANNE ST. AMANT, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent- 4.--Hi P,,rnrr, Crurnii
(1964-1964).
DURDEN, BOBBY RAY, B.S.A.
County f r,, ..inr ,,', .rII V a laC r. r 111 l 90o 1
DURRE, NOLAN LOYD, M.S.
E.l.r,.inn 4 ,,-.r- L r-' .ihl".r lil L.jirk (C.'unt, | '5.'. 19B69l
EBY, EDNA SIMS, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Age tr- ti i \ i..Iu.s, C ,:,un
(1943-1969).
ELKINS, RUTH MCKEOWN, B.S.H.f
Extension Home Economics Agenr It P..IlI I ..unt 11 42. 1:,91
ELMOREANNIE L'E F. I
Extension Home Economics Agemnt ll ith S 1,hingn C .urit
(1960- 960)
ESTES, JAMES BARRY, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (III), Frair, in Coun t 1958. 1939'
FARRELL, WILBURN CARLOS, M.A
CountyExtension Director (lll), a.id h. C.-nim I SQ5. 969,
FLANNERY, VIRGINIA WOOD, B.S H E
Extension Home Economics Ager.nt 11I i lL.iounri 11.9b.'. 19s
FLEWELLEN, ROBERT FRANKLIN,B 'S A
Extension Agent (I), Homes Cournts 1 %8-1. Ir4i
FULMER.JUDSON TODD, M.Ed.
County Extension Director (1), N .,a. C-hunr., s'.1 196bil "
FURR. ELISABETH BROWN, B.A.
Extension .l H ... /' ..ir.. gprt t ,,r, I .f ntr.-- eCuui
(1957-1968).
GARDNER,VIRGINIA DICKENS, B.S i-
Extension Home Economics Ager.r it PI,- l.i. -, .ur ir,
(1951-1%3).
GEORGE, DONALD ATKINSON, B. *'i
County Extension Director(lI), Sti," r .'inirs 7 i54. 1960(j
GIFFORD, DOROTHY YOUNG, BS
Extension Home EconomicsAgeso, 11 ....t ,r- In.,
(1962-1967).


GLASSCOCK.P&UL EDWIN BS
Exrenoon Agent- Dairvrng llj HfilshoroughCounft (7957-.1969)
GLENN, WOODROW ILSON.M Ag
Crjunt E frenson Director Ill. lackso.n Count 1 l944-1944;
GLISSON IAMESMILTON.B S A
(Elension 4genr-4-H& Agr1culture(IIl. Afarron Counlt
S19%6-1969
GODBOLD.THOMAS ESSE.B A
Counr frenson Drrpcor ri III .be"> Counlt 11963-7969
GOLDWEBER SE'MOUR BS
Ertnsion Agt-nr-fruir Crnp. \full, Countv (Illi 1960-19691
GREENE.ENGLISHMAIOR.BS s
fErension igen- Agrcullurre llI lachua Counr (1945-19631
GREGOR'Y.MARIORIE BUTTER B S HE
fElernion Home FEconomr,, Agenri li. Gadsden County
1952. 1%91
GRiFFIS.RALEIGlISIDNEN. M eg
Sienton Agent -\ rgetablesA & flower IIll Palm Beach
Count, i7949-1%9i
H DDOX I CKSON ALE\XNDER M g .
Couni falenviorn Drei-cr Illli ltakeC.unrs 17451.19691
HALL,'-SK..MARIL YNEAN BS
f ten,.con omrr eE nnn.-)n-.ic, A'enitll \tdlkUld Counr

HAMRICK OLIl ER RUDOLPH.M Ag
County ,ren,on D,,ierrr-r i I
MAadi-on Count. i I9 0. l1h9i
HARPER EMiIL CAGRMANI B S
fE rer.;on Home Econom.n, 'genr i II Columbia, Couno
l%6.-%196 1
HARRELL \UBREI LUTHER M Ag
Count, f 'en-,on Drec r.r ili Bai.,r Count, i 5i1.195. Q
HARRIS BERTIEROME BS 'A
Counrf (FAteniiion D.recrf.)r 'i l Hjglant1d Cjun1 i(1948-79691
HATCHER v% ILLIAMLESTER BS A
C.,,unts Exten,,on D.recimr ilt Ch'arlotre fC-unrt( 1954-195I
HAiF.AN IJCKCARLTON NIM .
Corunrs E ien..r.n Dr.riori1 illl Hadrdee Counrw 1 953J-.969.1
HiEBERT OSCA R IO|EPH IR M ;.
fErpn,-,i Agten--l.NerUl' Afui tL. ()unrl I il 196' 19691
HICKS ROBERTACHERRN BS
E fnr..nrti Horrr- E fronomC, Sg:nr t It BaA er Coulori t 190Li. 196U0
HOLMES MARS ALNCE M S
Eren,.on Home ticonommr. Agenrt I Di.'e Counr, i 796n 196bi
HOOPFER LEAH BELLE BS
tilpr,.-,n Hnnirnt: (-..,m,a .A n-rii Pn.-lla. County 1969-1%91
HL.NT RICHARDMICHAfL BS 8
Itpnsnor, 4Agern- .farktilr.nploi DjdrF Cuntn I 79 %4-19691
HL'GCINS GEORGE THOMAS.B S A
tCnunt, E rtn.t onDre-,r 'ir|II Br.,dIrrdCouni 11941-19 91
HURNER.GEORGE TIMOTHY IR BS A
I.ren,'n igent-CGoru,'ii tih'r.ndi Ce.ounrt 1 19f5i t9%5
13ICKSON ELIZAMO(JLEw B' H E
CCoujrrt Eilen.no,,, m, n Ert, itlrr-. ., -r. ill Rda (-r, unt%
l19b2. 1962i
1JCKSON JOHNLES.Lit IR M .Ag
f'rer.nion AC.enl-C.tirruL M tul.Ci'otirs, ilt l0OB. I9l I,
1 A FRANk IO.EPH.B S-.
C.,unr.t. F r,.-iinD aIr, -l) I|ll >.n-i.-n -o 1i 195'. 10 19
IETtR -NNPIERCE BS
f trn',irm Him .-F.-,n, nmi,, OL.lnr It Ii I-t1 *is'" C''unt,
I t~i6. l IOHNSON LE I MOTT BS A6
i_',unrv Eartn,,,'r i',r.'orr.'r- i,.rrt,,tllurr till .\T.rtrn Co.unrt
I 144. ?r(JJI
JONES ARLENCI. NNINGHAM B SH E
,,.I t.,,,n-im irr ,-}f.rni.m ,, Av- 1 ,It 1 Pii1M 6B'JL. Ch'jurlri

ONES. DELORISM E B "
f iwpnsr, litinipe Efcorom, n Aer r r it S,l3dS,r-' .CouJriI
11960.1 7%
ONES ROBERT MA(-K.M S
f Oerton Agpprr- Frm N fnjap'-rrnrn I /tmil 1 1tta Counitt l9". 7%91
ONES SANDR R A B S
(ln]rr..rn Hi.timferEr)n'nic'. genr inll N-,au Ctunts
96%. 19611








STAFF AND FACULTY


JONES,THOMAS LESLIE, M.Ed.
Extension Agent (I), BrowardCounit t 969-%,691
JORDAN, DONALD FEAGIN, M.A.
County Extension Director (i 1. F lagler County (1961-1965).
JORGENSEN, MILFORDCHRISTEN.M Akg
Extension Agent -Ornamental Horticulrure i ill I
H.IIhborough County 1954-.1%91
KERSEY, ALICE PAGE, M.S.
E pension 4genr-4-.H I. Polk County(1967-7967).
KILLEBREW, CONNIE SHULER, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent-Indian Work (II)
(1969-1969).
LAIRD, CUBIE REVONIE, M.Ed.
CountyExtension DirectorH(ll), Gulf Counts 1945.19691
LANDER, DONALD WILSON, M.A.
Count, f wrenuson Director r ilI. Collier County (1950-1969).
LANDFAIR, ELLEN, B.S.
Extension Home Agent (it), Highlands Count y(1968-1968).
LITTLE, EDNA SMART, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Hillsborough County
(1963-1969).
LOADHOLTZ, LARRY LEWIS, B.S.A.
Extension Agent-Ornamental & 4-H(II), Volusia County
(1961-1969).
LOADHOLTZ, JOSEPH LOWELL, B.S.
County Extension Director (II), Escambia County
(1967-1968).
LOEPPERT, RICHARD HENRY, JR., B.S.
Extension Agent-4-H (1), Jackson County (1966-1966).
LONG, LOUISE, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Seminole County
(1968-1968).
LOVE, CATHERINE HAYNES, M.A.
Extension Home Economics Agent (Ill), Sarasota County
(1960-1969).
LUMAN, LINDA WHITTLE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent-4-H(1), Orange County
(1968-1968).
MARTIN, GERALD GREY, M.S.
Extension Agent-Dairy Multi-County (I) (1966-1966).
MCCALL, EMMETT DEHYRL, B.S.A.E.
County Extension Director (II), Clay County (1942-1942).
MCCAIN,MARTHA SUE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Bradford County
(1965-1965).
MCCORMICK, MARIANNE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I), Liberty County
(1968-1968).
MCCULLARS, FORREST NOBLE, B.S.A.
County Extension Director-Agriculture (11), Indian River
County(1953-1955).
MCNUTT, ROLLIN HARRIS, JR., B.S.A.
County Extension Director (III), Manatee County
(1961-1969).
MEADOWS, JEANETTE, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Jefferson County
(1963-1965).
MEARES, CORA HARGRAVE, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Marion County
(1960-1969).
MEDLIN, QUENTIN, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (II), Citrus County (1947-1950).
MELTON, FRANK MAYER, M.S.
Extension Agent--4-H & Horticulture (I), Sarasota County
(1967-1967).
MILLER, JAMES CHARLES, B.S.
Extension Agent-4-H (II). Madison County (1944-1969).
MILLER, RUTH ANN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I), Polk County
(1969-1969).
MILLS, NELLIE DAUGHTRY, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (III), Duval County (1948-1969).
MONTGOMERY, ROBERT TERRENCE, B.S.A.
Extension Agent--4-H (I), Manatee County (1968-1968).
MOORE, MARY ALLEN, M.A.T.
Extension Home Economics Agent (III), Orange County
(1954-1969).


MOORE, PHILIPBARTLEY, M.A.T.
Etiention Agent- Ornamentals (I), Palm Beach County
(1 69- 969j
MOORE, RALPH WILLIAM, B.S.
Extension Agent-Communications & 4-H (II), Dade County
(l%' %9)
MOSER, JOHN EUGENE, B.S.
Eiension Aeent-4.H & l; (-.ior 'lli, Dixie-Gilchrist
C,-unr,p, (7969-79691
NIX, FERN SULPHIN, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Santa Rosa
County (1954-1954).
NIX, RONALD RHODES, M.S.
Extension Agent-Agriculture (1), Columbia County (1969-7969).
NORTON, MARTHA BURDINE, M.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (11). Martin County
(1952-1956).
ODOM, ALBERT HILL, M.S.A.
County Extension Director(lli mriinrr, County (1947-1957).
O'QUINN,CLARENCE FENTRESS, B.S.A.
ExtensionAgent-Poultry Ill HlI.b,,rtnuzh County
(1954-1969).
OSWALT,THOMAS WILLIAM, M.S.A.
Extension Agent-Ci ru, i ll l Polk County (1963-1969).
OWENS, GEORGE MAXWELL, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (II), Hernando County
(1956-1965).
OXFORD, JAMES THOMAS, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (III), Brevard County
(1942-1969).
PARRAMORE, ANN WOOD, B.A.
Extension Home Economics Agent (11), Leon County
(1967-1967).
PASTORIUS, EDWIN STANTON, B.S.
Extension Agent-Ornamental Horticulture (II), Sarasota
County (1958-1969).
PATTEN,JACK DOWELL, B.S.A.
County Extension Director (III), Okaloosa County
(1955-1969).
PAULK, HARVEY TIMOTHY, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (Ill), Calhoun County
(1956-1969).
PERRY, IRVING MCVAE, B.S.
Extension Agent-Ornamentals (1), Pinellas County
(1969-1969).
PHILLIPS,JAMES OLIVER, JR., M.S.
Extension Agent-Farm Management (I), Polk County
(1969-1969).
PHILLIPS, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR., M.S.
Extension Agent-Horticulture Multi-County (II), (1967-1969).
PRICE, RAYBURN KENNETH, M.Ag.
Extension Agent-Dairy Multi-County (III), (1952-1969).
PRYOR, ROBERT SHEPHERD, B.S.
County Extension Director (III), Palm Beach County
(1946-1969).
RHODEN, JAMES LLOYD, M.Ag.
County Extension Director (III), Leon County (1946-1969).
RICHARDS, JAMES EDWARD, M.S.A.
Extension Agent-Citrus (I). Hillsborough County
(1969-1969).
RITENBURGH, IMOGENE DALLAS, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Clay County
(1964-1964).
ROBERTSON, EDWENA JEANETTE, B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (III), Escambia County
(1954-1969).
ROBINSON, WILLIAM L.. JR., M.E.
Extension Agent (I), Leon County (1969-1969).
ROE, MARY ANN, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (11), DeSoto County
(1967-1967).
ROSE, SYLVESTER ALEXANDER, M.S.
Extension Agent-Ornamentals (III), Brevard County
(1956-1969).*
ROWAN, CHARLES EDISON, M.Ag.
Extension Agent-4-H & Agriculture (11), Pinellas County
(1954-1969)."










STAFF AND FACULTY


ROWAN, EDSEL WRIGHT. B.S.A.
County Extension Director (111), Marion County (1950-1969)
ROZAR. LUTHER LYNSON.M Ag
County Extension Director-Agriculfure ll). Pasco County
(1958-1969)
RUSSELL, JOHN COLEMAN, M.Ag
County Extension Director (Ill), Cadsden County ( 1952-1969)
SANDERS. KENNETH MICHAEL, M.S
County Extension Director (II), DeSoto County (1969-1969)
CATCHER, IOYWREN.B.S
Extension Home Economics Agent (I) Brevard County
(1%966-196%6)
SCARBOROUGH,IERRY CHARLES, B S.
Extension Agent- RAD & livestock (I). Suv annee County
(1969-1%919
SCOTT.LENZN MAURICE.M Ag.
Extension Agent-Beef Carrle MltultH-County(ll 117955-7%9691
SHAFER. RONALD GEORGE.B S
Extension Agent-Lu esrock (I). Lee County (1967-196').
SHIRAR.MAR LOUWAYMIRE,B S.
Extension Home Economic Agent- 3-H (It), Palm Beach Counry
(1959-1969) *
SIMMONS. LILLIAN BLONDIN. B S H.E
Extension Home Economics Agent (11), Lev) County (1965.19651
SIMPSON, VICTORIA MA NGiLINE, B S
Extension Home Economics Agent 'll Dade Count) (1949-1963.1
SMITH.CLARA ANN, B S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II) Pasco County (1963-1963J.
SMITH,EUGENE PATRICK.B S A
Evfension Agenrt-Agriculluref 1l Maron Counrt (7940-796%3)
SMITH, JAMES BLANCHARD. B.S A
County Extension Director (III). Osceola Countr (1950-19691
SMITH.WILLIAM C RLTON,M Ag.
County Extension Director (Ill. Lafayette Counry (1957-1965)
SOLGER, DAVID MERRITT.M Ag
Extension Agent-Dairsing& Poultrr) ll). Polk County
(1962-19691
SPEARS. PACK JAMES, B.S.A
Extension Agent--Agriculture (Ill. Santa Rosa County
(17%965-1969
STANLEY, PAULA PARIS, B S.
Extension Home Economics Agent till Citrus Count) (7964-1964)
STEPHENS, RUSSELL HAMPTON.B S.
Extension Agent (I). Gadsden Count) 11940-19631
SUMMER,SIDNEN LANIER,M S
Extension Agent-Beef Carrle, Ill, Polk Counts (1965-7969)
SWANSON,HENRY FREDERICK,M S A
County Extension Director it I Orange County (1948-19691
TAMBURO.SAL% ATORE AMMUAL.Jr ,Ph.D iUniersir\ of
West VirginiaI
fxrension Agent Horriculturef ItI. Orange Count) (1966-1969;
TANKERSLEV.MARILEE MANGRUM.B S
Extension Home Economics Agenr-4-H (II, Okaloosa Count)
(1969-19691
TARANTO, ANTIONETTE FICHTNER.B S
Extension Home Economics Agent (11l. Franklin Counrt)
(1965-1966)
TATE.MARV ELLEN,B S
Extension Home Economici Agent-4-H(ll, Pasco County
(796-1%968
TAN LOR.BOBBY LEE.M Ag
Extension i11). Bradford County il963-19 9)
TAYLOR.LAWRENCEDENNIS.M Ag
County Extension Director (IIll Holme; County (1954-79581
THOMAS. SAR H KYLER. B.S
Extension Home Economic i Agent (III. Marion County (1954-79691
THOMASTON,JAMESEDSEL.M Ag
County Etension Direcror itl.I % alton Counts (1954-1969)
THOMPSON, ESSjE HOG AN. B S H E
Extension Home Economic Ag.ent iII Pufnam Counts
(1%961-1%963
THOMPSON. ETHEL PASCHALL,B S
Extension Home Economics 4genf I(l; Taylor Coun i 17957-7957;
TILESTON.MARILYNDIETRICH.B S
Extension Home Economics Agenrfit; Osceola Countr
(1956-719561 *


TITUS, JOAN BEASLEY. B.S H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Volusia County
(1968-19691.
TOWERS, DOROTHY AGNES, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (I), Dade County (1969-7%969)
TOWSEND, DALLAS BARTON, B.S.A.
Extension Agent-4-H & Livestock (I), Collier County (7965-1965)
TOWNSEND, THOMAS RALPH, M.Ag
County Extension Director-Agriculture (ll), Volusia County
(1948-1969)
VALENTINE, MARIA AN BULLARD, B.S.H.E
Extension Home Economics Agent (Ill;, Lake County (1954-1969).
VERNON, BETTY MARTIN, B S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II). Leon County (7%969-1969)
WADE, WAYNE THEODORE, M.Ed.
Extension Agent-Beef ill), Hilsborough County(1961-1969)
WALKER, JAMES HENRY, M.S A.
Extension Agent-Soils & Agronomy (11), Escambia County
(1949-1%9)
W ALTH ALL, CHARLES MIDDLETON, M.S.
Extension Agent-Beef Cattle Mult.-County(ll) (1966-1%9).
WATSON. lAMES NICHOLS, B.S.A
County Extension Director (ill). Duval County (1946-1969)
WATSON.LEWIS ELBYRNE,M Ag.
County Extension Director (Ill), Broward County (1955-1969) *
WEBB, HELEN PARKE. B.S H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent II), Hillsborough County
7%3-.19691
WHELCHEL, HUGH CALVIN. B.A.
County Extension Director (III), St Lucie County (7956-1969).
WHIGHAM, NANCY BRIGHTMAN, B S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (11). Pinellas County
(1962-1962)
WHITE. WYLMABLODGETT.M.S.H E.
Extension Home Economics Agent jI). Hamilton County
(1955-1955)
WHITTON. GILBERT MARSHALL, M Ag.
County Extension Director (I11), Pinellas County (1957-1969)
WHITTY,ROBERT BEZELLE,B.S.A.
E extension Agent -4-H & Agriculture (), Suwannee County
(1967%5-196%5)
WILLIAMS. MARIORIE LUDEM AN. B.S.H.E.
Extension Home Economics Agent (III), Orange County
(7952-19691
WILLIAMS, ROYCE CECIL, M.S.
Extension Agent -Horticulture (11). Lake County (196-1969)
WILL AMS. URSUL A HICKS, B.S.
Extension Home Economics Agent (II), Gadsden County
(1951-1969)
WILSON, BOBBY WINFORD, B.S
ExtensionAgent-Horrticulture Multi-Counry(l)(1969-1%969
WISENER. RONALD LEE. M.Ed
Extension Agent-4-H (l), Duval County (7%969-1969).
WOMBLE.WILLIAM ROBERT,B S A.
Extension Agent- Agrc ulIure & 4-H (1), Levy County (1966-1966)
WYRICK,JERRN ALLEN,M S
Extension Agent-4-H (.1, Calhoun County (7967-1967)
'ELVINGTON.IAMESRUSSELL M Ag
Count) Extension Drector(llt), Cichrist County(1952-1969).
YOUNG.SUE BETTERSWORTH.B S
Extension Home Economics Agent (111), Bresard County
(1953-19691
ZORN,WILLIAMCARLTON.M Ag
County Extension Drecrorl I I), Santa Rosa County (1949-1953)









STAFF AND FACULTY


MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY WHO
RETIRED SINCE JULY, 1968
AND
THOSE WITH EMERITUS STATUS


ABBOTT OUIDA DA 1IS. Ph D iL n ofeuls o NtissourI
Home lronomnfr Emehtiu Food T.rhn.ii. g and \%urri,fin.
Agrcultural fpperrmeni Strarn. t19581
ALBERTSON, RACHEL, B.A.
Editor, College of Enine-er inp i \%nm.mh-r 30. 1969).
ALLISON ROBERT\ERRILL PhD iRuigersUn, ersii t
fiber Trehniolnoper Emerru'. fEirprlade f/.peirim.nrt Stajio,
(1965).
ALSTON, CLIFFORD, M.S.
Agricultural Economist, IFAS, (1956-1969).
ANDERSON, MONTGOMERY DRUMMOND, Ph DI Brook.ng,
L'nihersir, l
Proessor of Ecnomrn,r 9"'I
ARNOLD, LILLIAM E., M.S.
Associate Botanist Emeritus, Plant Pathology, Agricultural
Experiment Stations(1958).
ARNOLD, P. T. DIX, M.S.A.
Associate Profesor fmeritu of Dair, Hu,.hbndr' mnd 4. ,- ire
Dairy Husbandman Agr,culturt alfper.meni Sraron i lcS0i
8ACHMAN, HAROLD BURTON, B.S.
Professor Emeritus of Music (961).
BANNISTER, TURPIN CHAMBERS, Ph.D. (Harvard University),
DF A IDenisonL'niersi t I
Professor of Archirecfru and Dean Emer.rut of rhe Collegeof
Architecture and Fine Arts (1966).
BAUGHAN, DENVER EWING, Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor Emeritus of English (1967).
BAULT, ROGER QUINCY, M.A.
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physical Sciences (1966).
BEATY, ROBERT COLDER, L.H.D., M.A. (University of Florida)
Dean of Students Emeritus(1960).
BECKENBACH, JOSEPH RILEY, Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Director Emeritus, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1967).
BECKER, RAYMOND BROWN, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
Proile'>o. Emeritus orDair Sc,'ence Dajrt Hu.bandman
Emeritus, Agr-culrrlrafl i perrmenr rafr'on, I T9 3 i
BEISLER,WALTER HERMAN,D.Sc. (Princeton University)
Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering (1965).
BLACK,ALVIN PERCY Ph D iunn,erwr, of lo>.ai
Research Professor ierr,eru, .,:. Chm,,rrv Prile-.., Ermerru,
of Environmental Science (1966).
BLACKMON, GULIE HARGROVE, M.S.A.
Horticulturist Emeritus, Agricultural Experiment Station (1954).
BLOCK HERMANHENR' C I
Professor fmer,t u or Buld, n Construction andChairman of
Department (1963).
BOURKE, NORMAN, M.E.
Prolessor tmenrrun Mechan.c Il fner.n-, ne i 11 I0
BRISTOL, LORIS ROOD, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Education (1969).
BROWNE, ELEANOR BODE, Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Professorof Education (1969).
BRUNET, JOSEPH. Ph D ISanford Lmnners.lt I
Professor Emelr us ot CIj.,-dal I nrua-1. I 196'i1.
CALHOUN, EUNICE ZIPPERER, M.Ed.
Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1970).
CAMP, ARTHUR FORREST. Ph D (Wiash;non Lr,. er;] ,i
ViceDirector Emeritus, Caru', I per,merm, Stiarion i 95'
CARLETON,WILLIAM GRAVES,J.D., M.A.
Professor Emeritusof History and Political Science (1961).
CARROLL.%ILLIA M RICHARD Ph D UL'ner r of inrnesal
Professor Emerrut o Bacrerornnq- i 7%6'1
CARVER.WILLIAMANGUS Ph D Siate Unieri;rvoflowa)
Professor Emeritus ofAe .-,nr.m tI 4 511s%4.
CHRISTIE, JESSE ROY, Ph.D. (George Washington)
Nematologist Emeritus, Agricultural Experiment Stations (1960).
CONSTANS, HENRY PHILIP, LL.B., M.A. (University of Iowa)
Professor Emeritus of Speech (196%5).


COOPER. JOHN FRANC IS, M.S.A.
lirorn anid Headorf Idiornal Departmeinf r grirjIlfal
Si.r. mrrper, Srai,nm" an(/ 'eriutria tre-n.,on, 5rfiip Professor
try,,,ru' I 196
CREIGHTON, JOHN THOM AS Ph D IOhio Stale University)
Emeritus Profe',or otf niomoio's, 1%91
CUMKEE,CARROLL FLEMING, M.A.E.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Education (1966).
DANIS, ANTHONY LEO, M.S.
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Engineering (1967).
DAVALUT, JAMES W., Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Accounting (1947).
DAVIDSON, ROBE R IF R NK L IN Ph.D. (Yale University)
Emeritus Professorof Humanities(1962).
DAVIS, JOHN HENRY, Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor Emeritus of Botany, IFAS (1969).
DICKENSON, CARRIE ELIZABETH, M.S.
Professor Emeritus, (Clothing and Textile Spec. Emeritus), IFAS
(1%9).
DOVELL, JUNIUS ELMORE, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Professor of Social Sciences (1968).
DUER, MARGARET DICKINSON, B.S. in L.S.
Assistant Librarian and Chairman of the Circulation Department
S19%81
EDDINS, AUTHER HANMER, Ph.D. (State Universityof Iowa)
Plant Pathologist Emeritus in charge Potato Investigation
Laboratory (1963).
EDSON, SETON NORMAN, M.S.
Associate Professor of Soils, IFAS (1950-1958).
EUTSLER. ROLAND BYERLY, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Professor of Economics (1970).
FARLEY, ROBERT JOSEPH, J.S.D. (Yale University)
Professor of Law (%961-1932).
FENN, HENRY ANDERSON, LL.B.
Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus, College of Law (1948-1959).
FERNANDEZ PEDRO VILLA.M.A.
Professor Emeritus of Spanish (1966).
FIFIELD, WILLARD MERWIN, M.S.
Provost Emeritus for Agriculture (1962).
FLANIGAN, FRANK MCCHESNEY, M.S., M.E.
Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering (1970).
FOOTE, PERRY ALBERT Ph D (Ln;ser,.it, ofW,%consini
Dean Emeritus of the C .ller. gto Pharmacs and Prolei ) of iri
Pharmaceutical Chemisrr D.rrrrr. Bur-au ,-, Pr.il Relations (1967).
FORSEE %ILLI A THOMAS Ph D iLni,eisr, o Flor,dai
Chprem,r fierr,fruajnilHjadfetgladfr.- per,minl Satahon
(1968).
FOSTER, CHARLES RICHARD, Ed.D. (Harvard University)
Professor Emeritus of Education (1966).
FOUTS,EVERETT iNCOLN. PhD Irtare L'ni.er.i, of lrtai
Professor ofDar, S'..i'-ar andDJr- Tr-hnil,-,er n mertu
IFAS(1970).
FO', GEORGEGILLESPIE Ph D iPrnceton L nier,,t
Pr,iessorf Em rr,,i .i frnelr,h j96 l
FRENCH, ROWLAND BARNES, Ph.D. (University of Iowa)
Biochemist Emeritus, A4grrjltrural fEpe-rim-nr S r-ion i t%"'i.
GAGER % iLLI.A ,ARkINS Ph D IPeabods University)
Pro.fpe r.r lmep rrj. .l i fhrh mar,,-: I. rf 1 i
GELTZ, CHALRES GOTTLIEB, M.S.F.
Prote.o ot O i ii urre ( er t-. u. I
GILCREAS, F. WELLINGTON, A. B.
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Engineering (1968).
GOODWIN, FRANK, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Professor ime.rrui oi Mfai l.'rn 1%65s
GRAHAM KLEINH LL D ILnn.er.,s of Tampa)
Prote,'..r Emeriru, r.i .i,,f ,,rn I% 5 i
GROTH.IOHNHENRi Ph D LUn,.ersil, of Washington)
prr, .epnr Emerlrunr Humanir'iif>( I M};
HAMILTON, HENRY GLINN Ph D (Cornell L'ni.erfvi
Professor Emeritus ,f 4g rr,,uurfu f -, n.mc- anJ 4gr. ulfural
Economist Emeritus, Agri iulfurai I .pe.,mpnerr Sjtann and
Agricultural Extension Service (1965).
HARRELL, GEORGE THOMAS, JR., M.D. (Duke University)
Dean and Professor of Medicine Emeritus (196%5).
HARRIS, HENRY CLAYTON, Ph.D. (Cornell University)
Professor Emeritus of Agronomy. IFAS (196%9).










STAFF AND FACULTY


HENDERSON. JOSEPH RUSSELL.M MS
Professor ('Agronomrsr.I Emeritus (1969)
HESTER,JINICE PARHAM.B S inL.S
Assistant Librarian Caralog f(19 70i
HINCKLEY. ELMER DUMOND. Ph.D (University ol Chicago)
Head Professor of Psychology Emeritus 17963)
HOLLINSHEAD. B RON S..M A LL.D (GxinnellUnisersityl,
L.H D (Miami UniversiTy)
Professor of Humanities and Dean Emeritus of L'nr.ersit)
College (I967)
HOLLIS, ROBERT PARKER. B S
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Industrial and S) items
Engineering(19681
HUNTER.GEORGE WILLIAM III. Ph D (University of Illinoisi
Professor Emeritrus of Microbology (1967)
HURFF.GEORGE BRIAN. Ph D IUniversity of Pennsylvanial
Professor of Economics (19'01
HUSA.WILLI AM JOHN Ph D lUniersity of lowa)
Professor of Pharmacs andHeadof Department. HeadProfetsor
Emeritus of Pharmac (196%7)
HUTCHERSON,WILLIAMROBERT,Ph D (Cornell Unnersityl
Professor Emerius of Mathematics (969l
I AMISON.F S. PhD (Cornell Unnersio)
Professor (Chairman Emeritus and Horriculiur.st J. IF A S
(1934-7%968
KELBERT,DAMIDGUSTAF ALFRED
Associate Horticulturist Emerius. Cult Coasr Experiment
Station (t%51
KELSHEIMER, EUGENE GILLESPIE, Ph D IOhio State University
Professor (Entomolog.st I Emeritus. If AS, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (7942-1969)
KIDDER. RALPH WYMAN.M S.
Animal Husbandman Emerirus 19681
KIRK,WILLIAM GORDON. Ph.D Ilowa State Uniersit I
Emerintus Animal Scientst and Emeritus I ice Director Range
Cattle Experiment Srtaon I968i
KOKOMOOR, FRANKLIN WESLEN. Ph D |Unisersit ol Michigan)
Professor Emeritu> of Mathematics and Astronom) and Head of
Department (79601
KUNDEL TEWES.M S.
Associate Professor ol Electrical Engineering] 79701
KURTZ, ALBERT K, Ph D IOhio State Unisersit,
Professor Emeritus of Psscholog (1%8.68
LACKEY. IAMES BRIDGES. Ph.D IColumbia University
Professor Emeritus ofEnv,ronmenfal Science (1965)
LEWIS, EDWARD HASKELL, NM.A
Associate Professor of Mecnanical Engineering, 7969
LIPSCOMB. RALPH VW ALDO. M.5
Asiocrare Professor I As4ocare Agronomist Emeritus. If AS.
North Florida Experiment Star,an larianna Unt nl 199"70
LITTLE.WINSTONWOODARD M A
Dean and Professor Emeritus. L'ni ersir) College 7962 1
MACTAVISH, HELEN BONE. BSA
Dade Count,) Ewension Home Economics Agent 11969
MARTINSON.E ARLPEHR,M A
Professor Emer.rus ol indutrialand 5sitems Engineering (19641
MCCUBBIN.EARL NOEL.Ph D (Cornell Uniersity)
Horticulturst Emertus Polalo In, esigar ions Laborarorq i19661
MCDONALD.FRANCESM BS nL S
AssociateLibrarian Caralogi 9"01
MCINTOSH, PLEASANT RAY.M F A
Professor Emeritus of Art 17968
MCLENDON IDARUTH.PhD Ohio State Liniversity I
Associate Professor Emeritus of Education 11967)
MCMULLEN, KENNETH SMITH.MN Ag
Professor Emertu iExtension Distric Agent Emeritus) IF45 (19691
MEHRHOF.NORMANRIPLEN.M 4k
Professor Emeritusof Poulfrr Science Poullrs Husbandman
Emeritus Agriculiural Eperimenr Siartons(1963)
MELENE'. HENRI.M D iColumbia Universitl
Professor Emerrus ol Medicine 1966-1966)
MUEHLNER.FELIX U I D IFrederick Wlliam,German~l
Professor Emeritfu of Management (19691
NELLER, JOSEPH ROBERT. Ph D (Rutgers University
Soils Chemr Emerirus. Agricultural Eperimenr Straons (%9621


O'STEEN, ALVA WOODROW, M.S.
Professor Emeritus (Supervisor Emeritus of the Florida National
Egg saying Test ), lAS (7969).
PAYNE. ANC IL NEWTON, Ph D. (University of Illinois]
Professor Emeritus of History (1970)
PETERSEN, ERHART GUSTAF, J.D, M.B.A.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Accounlng 117%9691
PHANEUF, VICTOR S, B.S.E.
Associate Professor Emenrtus of Building Construction (1969)
PHILPOTT, FRANK. Ed.D. INew York University)
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physical Education (79671
PLATT, WILLIAM I., IR.,M S.A.
Professor Emeritus (Extension District Agent Emeri.usi, IFAS
S1968)
PRESCOTT. FORD LEWIS, M E.
Professor Emerilus of Mechanical Engineering (1963)
PRICE, JOSEPH EDWIN.B.A E
Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences. Adsser (%968;)
REITZ, jULIUS WAYNE, Ph D. (University ol Wisconsin), LL D
|Tusculum), LL D University of Miamil, D Sc. ulacksonville
University), LL.D. IColorado Slate)
President Emeritus ofthe Uniersit) (796%?)
RING. ALFRED A., Ph.D (New York Universityl
Professor of Real Estate and Chairman of Department of Real
Estate and Urban Land Strudies (1947-7970)
ROBERTSON.CHARLES ARCHIBALD. Litt.D tUniversiy of the
South
Professor Emerius of English (7%965)
RUFF, WILLI AM. Ph.D. (Yale University)
Professor Emerirus of English (1969)
SALT, ELLIS BENTON, Ed.D (New York University)
Professor Emeritus of Professional Physical Education 119671
SANDERS, DORSEf ADDREN. DV M. Kansas State College)
Professor Emerfitus It eerinarian), Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences (796%8
SCHMIDT. DORIS THEODOTI A,M.A.
Professor Emeritus of Music 17%966
SCHOONMAKER. LUCAS ELMENDORF. B S E.E
Associate Professor Emenrus of Electrical Engineering (7966)
SHIELDS,MURRAY ,W .Ph D (University of Washington)
Professor Emeritus of Economics (1%9)
SHOEMAKER, J AMES SHELDON, Ph D. (Universitly of Minnesota)
Professor of Food Science Emeritus and Horticulturist Emeritus.
Agricultural Experiment Stations 1%966)
SIMONS JOSEPH H Ph D (University of Californial
Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering (1967)
SKELLETT. ALBERT MEL% IN Ph.D. (Prnceton Uniersityl
Professor Emerrrus of Electrical Engineering (1969)
SMITH,CHARLES BASSEL,Ph D (University of Wisconsin
Professor Emertus of Mathematics (19683
SMITH.FREDERICK BUREAN.Ph D IlowaStaleUnisersitl
Professor of Soils Emeritus and Microbiologist Emeritus
Agricultural EI per.menr Stations 7967)
SMITH, WINSTON OLIVER. Ph D (Purdue Uniersity)
Professor Emeritrus of Mechanical Engineering 1968)
SPACHE,GEORGE DANIEL,Ph D INew iork University I
Professor Emeritus of English and Education (1969) *
SPENCER. ERNEST LE AVITT. Ph.D (Rulgers University)
Soils Chemist Emeritus and Head Cult Coast Es periment
Station 1968)
STARR. NATH AN COMFORT. Ph D (Hanard Unisers.tyl
Prole ior Emeritus of English and Humanilres 119631
STOVER.,LOREN HAIGHT
Assistant in Horticulture Emeritus. w arermelon andCrape
Investigations Laboralory (19651
SWANSON LEONARD ERWIN.D \ NM Ohio Slate University) I
Professor Emeritus i Parasitoloogist). Institrufe of Food and
Agricultural Sciences (7%9671
THOMPSON.WILLIAMLOUDEN,B S
Enromologirs Emeritus. Cirrus Station 17%9621
NEWTON.TISSOT ARCHIE, Ph D (Ohio State L'nisersilyi
fEnomologirs Emeritus, Agricultural Efper,menr Stations 119641
TODD MARY LEAH.BSHE
Palm Beach County Extension Home Economics Agent (7 969)
TORRACA PASQUALE MARIO
Professor Emeritus. Department of Architecture 119641









STAFF AND FACULTY


TOWNSEND. RUTH OVERSTREET.R N
Senior Research Asssrant, fAS (1969,1
TURNER. CLOVER MANUEL.LL B
Head Emeritus. Department of special Programs Dision of
Continuing Education (1968).
TUTTLE. FRANK WALDO. Ph D ULni.ersiryof Iowa)
Professor Emeritus of Ec onomics 7 96 7
TYSON. IANIE LEE
Senior Research Assistanr (tbrar'i I F A.S. (1958-1969).
WARFEL. HARRY REDCAY, Ph D (Yale University)
Professor Emenrus ol english (7%969)
WATKINS, JOHN VERTREES,M.S.A.
Professor Emeritus of Ornamental Horticulture (1963).
WATKINS, MARSHALLOWEN. D P k (|Hanard Universirl I
Dean Emeritus, Division ofContinung Educaron and Dean for
Erxension Emeritus. IFAS f 9691
WEBER. GEORGE FREDERICK, Ph.D (Uniersitq of Wisconsin
Profesor Emeritus of Plant Pathology (7964)
WEIL, JOSEPH. D Sc. i lacksonille University)
Dean Emerrus. College of Engineerng 179661
WELLS, THOMASNATHAN.B S EE
Ut'nersity Business Manager (7950-197OJ
WEST.STANLEYLEROV.LL B .B S inL S
Director of Lbrarjes Emerru and Professo, of Ibrar) Scence
Emeritus (1967).
WHITNER, BENJAMIN F., JR., B.S.A.
Assistant Horticulturist Emeritus, Central Florida Experiment
Station (1967).
WILGUS, ALVA CURTIS, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin)
Professor Emeritus of History and Director Emeritus, Caribbean
Conferences (1967).
WILLIAMSON, ROBERTCROZIER, Ph D WUninersrryofWisconsin)
Professor Emeritus of Physics (1962).
WILSON, JOHN WALLACE, Sc.D. (Harvard University)
Entomologist Emeritus, Central Florida Experiment Station (1966).
WILSON,WILLIAM HAROLD, Ph.D. (University of Illinois,
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Logic; Counselor (1959).
WISE, JACOB HOOPER, Ph.D. (Peabody Institute)
Chairman Emeritus of Comprehensive Course: Reading, Speaking,
and Writing and Professor Emeritus of English (1964).
WOLFE, HERBERTSNOW,Ph D iL'niversitv of Chicago)
Professor Emeritus of fruit Cropi Institute of Food and Agri-
cultural Sciences (1964).
YODER, LOWELL CURTIS, M.A.
Associate Professor Emeritus of Marketing (1967).


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STAFF AND FACULTY


LIST OF DECEASED STAFF
1968-1970




ANDERSON,THOMAS AUBREY .M A
Assistant Professor of Education and Assstant Director,
University Placement Sen ice 1%963-1%7) (Deceased July 5.1968)
BIBER, DAVID NMN.M D ICincinnati University)
Clinical Instructor in Medicine(17968-%968)
BLESS,ARTHUR AARON,Ph.D (Cornell University)
Professor Emeritus of Phy sics andDirectoro 0
Bioelectrical Potential Project (1951) (Deceased lan 19. 1%9)
CHACE, JAMESDWARD. L L B .Ph D
Professor Emeritus of Real Estarte 1965) (Deceased
December 12, 19681
CHERNETSKI,KENT EUGENE, Ph D I University ol California)
Assistant Professor of Zoology (1964-1964)
(Deceased 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 Arthletics and Recreation
(1942-1964). (Deceased lune 7. 1968
CRANFORD,ROBERT I. Ph D. University of Iowa)
Professorof Journalism and Communications ('1967- %7)
(DeceasedAugust 9. 1991
CRESAP, IDA KEEL ING
Librarian Emeritus. Agricultural Experiment Stations(19631
(Deceased May31, 1%969
DAVIS, EDWARD IOHN. M.Ed
Teacher,P. K. Yonge Laboratory School, (1%963.9671
(Deceased December 3. 1967)
ELLIS, GORDON BROOKS.
NassauCounty Agent..Agricultural Etrension Sert ce
(1944-1968). (Deceased December 13, 1968)
EMMEL, MARK WIRTH. D M (Iowa State Universitl I
Professor Emeritus ( eterinarian). Ir tilute of food and
Agricultural Sciences il961) (Deceased April 8 1%9.1
FAGEN,WILLIAM FREDERICK MS
Professor of Electrrcal Engineering (1947. 1957)
(Deceased May6. 1970
FARRIS,CHARLES DE TYENS. Ph D. (Uniersity of Chicagol
Professor of Political Science (1958-1%4) I Deceased
February24,19691
FORD,JAMESA .Ph D (Columbia University)
Curator of Anthropology. Florida Stare Museum
(1964-1964). (Deceased Februars 25.196%8
FORD,SUDELLA IUANIT B S
Assistant Hillsborough Counrv Extension Home Economics
Agent (Deceased Mas 23.1%969)
GALLAGHER,WILLIAMB .MI D (St Lous Uni\ersitl
Resident in Pschiarry (7%' 196 7 (Deceased May 2' 196%8)
GARDNER,jANE LOCKWOOD. M Ed
Assistant Professor ol Phi sical Education and Chairman ol
Department of Required Phy ical Educ ar on tor I omen
(1961-1962). (Deceased lune 78. 1%9)
GRATZ, LEVI OTTO. Ph D. (Cornell University)
Assistant Director and Plant PaiholoRgst Emeritus
(Deceased 19681
HEIDINGSFIELD. MYRON S .Ph D INew lorki
Professor ofMarkerng and Director. international
Marketing Resource Center I 96%3-19641 (Deceased
May30,169).
HENDRICKSON. RULDOL PH. B S
Associate Prcienor I Asocate Chemins i. IF AS. Citrus Experiment
Station (1947-19701 (DeceasedSeptember 2' 19701
JOHNSON,MCMIILLANHOUSTON %M A Arch
ProfessorofArcrha crure p1946-19681 (Deceaped October 16. 19%8#
JONES,OSCAR FREDERICK Ph D ISlanlord Universava
Professorof Cerman 193.- 79591 (Deceased September 14 1970,
KAMMERER,GCL ADYSM Ph D (Unsersits of Chicagol
Professor of Political Science and Director of Public


Administration Clearing Service (1958-1958) (Deceased
luly 17, 1970)
LEPS, JOSEPH MCELROY. Ed.D. (Columbia University)
Professor of Educaion (1943-1945) (Deceased August 1?. 1968)
LUCKHAUPT, AMOS EDWARD, B.S
Instructor of Chemistry (1962-1969) (Deceased
December 6, I%9)
MADIGAN, JOHN RE AGAN, Ph.D. lIllinois Institute of
Technology)
Professor of Electrical Engrneenng(1969-199).
(Deceased November 17 1969)
MEAD. ARTHUR RAYMOND, Ph.D. (Columbia University), Ed.D.
(Unirersilyof Miamil
Director. Bureau of Educational Research and Professor
Emeritus of Education f1950) (Deceased january 27.1977)
MOORE.IULIAN S.,M.S A
Poultry Husbandman. Agricultural Extension Service
(1950-1969) (Deceased November. 1969)
NORMAN. JAMES WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
Dean Emeritus of the College of Education (7955) (Deceased
April 12, 1969)
PADEN, WILLIAM LEE, JR., M.A
Instructor P. K 'onge laboratory School(1958-1962).
(Deceased lanuary 20, 7968)
PATRICK, R EMBER T W ALL ACE, Ph.D. (Universit) of North
Carolinai
)ulian C Yonge Graduate Research Professor Emeritus of
History (1966) (Deceased November 16, 967).
PATRICK. ROGER, Ph.D. Ilowa State University)
Bacteriologist, Citrrus Experiment Station (1952-1952) (Deceased
March 17, 1968)
PEARCE. JAMES MARTINE, Ph.D. IUniversity of Florida)
Assistant Prolessor of Chemistry (1946-19531l
(Deceased March 6,1969,1.
RETHLINGSHAFER, DOROTHY ADELAIDE, Ph.D. (University
ol North Carolina)
4 ssociare Professor of Psychology (1947-1969)
(Deceased July 25, 7%9).
SAVAGE,ZACH,M.S A.
Agricultural Economist (Deceased 1968)
SAVILLE. THORNDIKE,M.S
Professor Emeritus of Ens ironmenral Engineering
(february 29. %9691
SCHMIDLKOFFER. MICHAEL ANTHONY, M.B.A.
Interim Instructor of Insurance (1%9-1%9) (Deceased
October, 7969)
SEBOLD, HOWARD ROBINSON.M L A
Prolesso of landscape Architecture(1948-7%966 (Deceased
lune22 19701
SENN, PETTUS HOLMES, Ph.D IUniversity of Wisconsin)
Head Professor Emeritus. Department of Agronom),
College ol Agrculture(1%96) (Deceased November 6,1969)
SHE ALY, ARTHUR LISTON, D %.M IMcKillip)
Head Professor Emeritus of Animal Husbandry, Animal
Husbandman and Head (Deceased 19%7
SPRING IELD,WORLEN THAXTON, B.D. Emory University)
Assistant Professor of Religion and Coordinator of
Religious 4crivieies (968.19681 (Deceased luly 22, ,7970)
TUCKER.WILLIAM BURNS, M.S.
Assslant Prolessor ol Mathematics..Ads iser (1958-7964)
(Deceased February 27, 1%9)
WATERS. RO LLAND H., Ph.D. (University of Chicago)
Professor Emeritus of Psychology (194) (Deceased
luly 1. %196
WELDON, LYLE W., Ph D (Universityof Wyomingl
Associate Professor (Associate Agronomistr. IF AS,
Plantation Field laboratory, L'SD4 (1%960-1970)
(Deceased january 31, 19701
WHITMAN, CARLTON FLOURNO, Ed.D. (Uni ersit) of Floridal
Assistant Professor of Music (19:0-7970; (Deceased October 9.
79701
WILES. KIMBALL. Ph.D. (Ohio State University)
Dean of the College ol Education and Professor of
Educarion(195-1963.1 (Deceased February 1.1968)
WOOD.CHARLESGEORGE,JR..Ph.D (Florida State
University]









STAFF AND FACULTY


Ams uani Professor of Education i1%6-1%6# rDeceased
February 1719681
YOUNG, HOWARD BACON, M.S.A.
Assistant Professor (Assistanr f xtenson Darv Technologist),
IFAS(1957-1957) (DeceasedOctober' 79b91
ZIEGLER.EDWIN ALLEN.D.Sc (Franklin and Marhaili
Professor Emeritus of Foresr Economics and ,Management
(1957) (DeceasedOcrober74 7196





General

Information


HISTORICAL NOTE
The Unihersit' of Florida is a combined state University
and land-grant college located in the northern center of
the Siale. While its beginnings go back to the days previous
to Florida's admission to the Union in 1845, its first
college-the College of Arts and Sciences-did not open
until 1853 A few years late' the passage of the Morrill Act
provided lands for state .nstlution% of higher learning
which would promote agriculture, mechanical arts and
military science, resulting in the beginnings of the College
of Agriculture, the College ol Engineering, and the
Agricultural Exoerimeni Station
By 1905 there were a half-dozen state-supported
institutions of higher learning in Florida, located in various
parts of the State and struggling for existence. At that time
the Florida Legislature took a step unprecedented in the
history of education in any state by passing the Buckman
Act, which abolished the six State Colleges and provided
for the establishment of two new institutions, of which the
University of Florida was one. It was established for men, at
Gainesville and placed under the direction of the Board of
Control, a body created by the Buckman Act. The seven
members of the board represented the seven geographical
sections of the State, and served without compensation,
except for travel and incidental expense incurred in the
performance of duty. In 1947 the University was made co-
educational. The nine-member Board of Regents replaced
the Board of Control in 1965.

SETTING AND ENVIRONMENT
The University of Florida is located in Gainesville, a city
of approximately 65,000, excluding University of Florida
students. Situated in north central Florida, midway between
the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the city is
known as an agricultural and small industrial center.
In addition to a moderate climate, Gainesville offers
many other advantages to students of the University. A golf
course is within easy reach of the campus, and swimming
and boating accommodations are available at nearby
springs and rivers. The lakes in the vicinity abound in fresh
water fish, while the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico
are within a two hours' drive. As the seat of Alachua
County, the city is the focal point of diversified industrial
and farming activities.
Practically every religious denomination is represented in
the Gainesville area. Churches that are active include the
Presbyterian, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Catholic,
Episcopal, Christian, Seventh Day Adventist, Church of
Christ Scientist, Church of Christ, Christian and Missionary
Alliance, Advent Christian, B'nai Israel, Church of Latter
Day Saints, Church of the Nazarene, Assembly of God,
Apostolic Church of Christ, Church of God, Disciples of
Christ, Pentecostal Holiness, United Church of Christ,
Unitarian-Universalist, and several of these denominations
maintain chapels adjacent to the campus. These include St.
Augustine Chapel (Catholic Student Center), the Baptist
Student Union, Wesley Foundation (Methodist Student Cen-
ter), Chapel of the Incarnation (Episcopal Student Center),
Church of Christ, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (Jewish),
the Lutheran Student Association, The Latter Day Saints
(Mormon) and the Society of Friends (Quaker). All of the
chapels carry on extensive programs of vital interest to
University students.


TRANSPORTATION
The city is served by the Seaboard Coast Line Railway. A
schedule of daily bus service, with connections to all points
of the United States, is maintained by Southeastern
Greyhound Lines and Trailways Bus System. Eastern Airlines


serves Gainesville with daily thlghts with connections to all
parts of the U.S. Executive and Shawnee Airlines have 30
flights daily to points in the state and region.

ORGANIZATION OF THE
UNIVERSITY
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
Direct supervision over the University of Florida, its
policies and affairs, is vested in the Board of Regents, a
body composed of nine citizens from different regions of
the state who are appointed by the Governor for nine-year
terms. University affairs are administered by the president
with the advice and assistance of the Administrative
Council. The legislative body of the University is the
University Senate.


QUARTER SYSTEM
The University of Florida operates on a quarter system. In
a twelve-month year there are four quarters running from
September through August, averaging ten weeks of class
instruction. Courses are scheduled in such a way that a
student may enter the University at any quarter and
proceed normally through an appropriate sequence of
courses. Quarters begin in September, January, March and
June.


UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTION
THE LOWER DIVISION
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE administers all of the work
for the freshman and sophomore years, offering a program
which includes the basic comprehensive courses in the
major areas of knowledge and the courses prerequisite to
the advanced work in the colleges and schools in the Upper
Division.


THE UPPER DIVISION
THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, a unit of the Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences, offers curricula in all of
the major fields of agriculture and grants the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.
THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS
offers curricula in architecture, interior design, landscape
architecture, building construction, fine arts, history of art,
crafts, advertising design, art education, music and music
education, and confers the degrees of Bachelor of Archi-
tecture, Bachelor of Design, Bachelor of Landscape
Architecture, Bachelor of Building Construction, Bachelor
of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Design in Art Education, Bachelor
of Music and Bachelor of Music Education.
THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES offers
curricula leading to degrees of Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Science, with opportunities for specializing in
many 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 Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration. It also offers a
specialized program leading to the degree of Bachelor of
Advanced Accountancy.
THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY is being planned as an
integral part of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. The Col-







General
GENERAL INFORMATION


lege expects to accept students beginning in September,
1972. Since part of the proposed curriculum will be pre-
sented jointly with the College of Medicine, the admission
requirements will be the same for both schools.
THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION has curricula in
elementary and secondary school instruction leading to the
degrees of Bachelor of Science in Education or Bachelor of
Arts in Education. It also provides an in-service program for
the teachers of the state. The P.K Yonge Laboratory School,
a unit of the College of Education, enrolls pupils from the
kindergarten through the secondary school.
Undergraduate teacher preparation programs are NCATE
approved and lead to certification at pre-school,
elementary, and secondary levels in Florida and twenty-
seven other states where NCATE standards provide the
basis for reciprocal agreements.
THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING offers curricula leading
to the degree of Bachelor of Science in any of 11
engineering disciplines. The first degree in Environmental
Engineering and Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering is
the Master's degree.
THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY is a unit of the Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences. The school offers
professional majors in Forestry, Wildlife Ecology and Forest
Products leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in
Forestry
THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS, a
unit of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center, offers curricula
leading to a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, a
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, and a
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. The College also
offers a curriculum leading to the degree of Master of
Rehabilitation Counseling.
THE COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM AND COMMUNI-
CATIONS offers curricula leading to the degrees of
Bachelor of Science in journalism, Bachelor of Science
in Advertising, and Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting.
It also offers sequences in public relations, technical
journalism and urban affairs reporting

THE COLLEGE OF LAW offers a curriculum leading to the
degree of Juris Doctor.
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, a unit of the ). 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 of Medicine-Doctor of
Philosophy is available jointly through the College of
Medicine and the Graduate School.
THE COLLEGE OF NURSING, a unit of the J Hillis Miller
Health Center, offers a curriculum leading to the Bachelor
of Science in Nursing degree. The College also offers a
curriculum leading to the Master of Nursing degree
THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, a unit of the J Hillis
Miller Health Center, offers a curriculum leading to the
degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. M.S. and Ph.D.
degrees are offered in pharmaceutical sciences through the
Graduate School.
THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH,
AND RECREATION offers services and training through the
Departments of Physical Education for Men and Women.
the Department of Intramural Athletics and Recreation,
and the Department of Professional Curriculum The
Department of 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: (1) Theory of Music, (2) History and
Literature, (3) Applied Music, (4) Music Education, and (5)
Ensemble Music.
THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE offers the
four year program and the two year program of Army
ROTC. Completion of either of these programs by a student
leads to his being commissioned in one of the branches of
the United States Army Reserve or the Regular Army. Flight
(pilot) training is available for selected Senior Cadets.
THE DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE STUDIES offers the
four year program and two year program of Air Force
ROTC. Completion of either of these programs by a student
leads to his being commissioned in the Air Force. Flight
(pilotI training is given to the selected, qualified male
Senior Cadets electing a pilot career in the Air Force.
THE DEPARTMENTS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
administer the programs in physical education which will
meet the lower division personal development
requirements.


GRADUATE INSTRUCTION
THE GRADU TE SCHOOL offers programs leading to the
degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in 56 fields: Doctor of
Education, Specialist in Education, Engineer, Master of
Agriculture, Master of Business Administration, Master of
Building Construction, Master of Education, Master of
Engineering, Master of Health Education, Master of
Nursing, Master of Physical Education, Master of
Rehabilitation Counseling, Master of Statistics, Master of
Arts in Teaching, Master of Science in Teaching, Master of
Science in Agriculture, Master of Science in Building Con-
struction, Master of Science in Engineering, Master of
Science in Forestry, Master of Science in Statistics, Master
of Science in Pharmacy, Master of Science, Master of Fine
Arts in Journalism and Communications, Master of Arts in
Health Education, Master of Arts in Physical Education, and
Master of Arts. All instruction is carried on by the faculties
of the colleges and schools listed above.


ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS is the
chief academic officer for the University. In this capacity he
supervises the allocation of resources in the academic
areas, the improvement of instruction, the correlation of
instructional activities, the development and improvement
of research activities, the evaluation of university academic
activity, and the establishment of policy with respect to
employment, promotion, and tenure of the academic staff.
In the absence of the President and Executive Vice Presi-
dent he acts with the authority and responsibility of
the President.


INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE UNITS
THE BOARD OF UNIVERSITY EXAMINERS is responsible
for admission and placement testing and assists in the
measurement of achievement in the comprehensive
courses in the University College.
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responsible for all business activities and financial
operations His responsibilities include the collection and
disbursement of funds, purchasing management of the
auxiliary services and the administrative computer, control
of property, staff personnel, auditing and maintenance of
the physical plant and grounds of the University.
THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR has charge of the
admission and registration of students, the maintenance of
academic records, the scheduling of courses, and the
issuance of transcripts of student records.
THE TEACHING RESOURCES CENTER, 118 Library East,
supports the instructional and research programs of the
University. It maintains and provides the following facilities
and services: still photography; cinematography; audio
laboratory; graphics department; A/V equipment and
maintenance; technical advice and assistance, and student
ID cards.
THE COUNSELOR TO FOREIGN AGRICULTURE STU-
DENTS. Foreign students in Agriculture are requested to
contact the Office of International Programs in McCarty
Hall. This office aids foreign students to integrate their
American education more completely with actual
conditions in their homelands and also gives information to
all students interested in foreign agricultural problems and
careers in the tropics.


THE CENTER FOR
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
The Center for Latin American Studies is the University
unit responsible for directing or coordinating
interdisciplinary instructional and research programs
related to the Latin American area. It is a budgeted unit
within the University and is administered by a Director
immediately responsible to the President.


DIVISION OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
The Division of Biological Sciences is organized within
the College of Arts and Sciences to provide coordination in
the Biological Sciences. The Division, with a staff from many
disciplines, has organized faculties in cellular and
molecular biology, genetics, developmental biology,
parasitology, marine biology, radiation biology, and
ecology. Each faculty is responsible for developing and
supervising a core program in its special area. In addition to
the cross-departmental programs, the Division serves to
coordinate biological science wherever it exists in the
University. The Departments of Zoology, Botany,
Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Biological Sciences are
the units composing the Division of Biological Sciences.


DIVISION OF NUCLEAR SCIENCES
The Nuclear Sciences Division is a coordinated multi-
disciplinary program in research and teaching involving
departments and sections of departments from six colleges.
Particularly active in the program are the Department of
Nuclear Engineering Sciences, the Division of Biological
Sciences and sections from the Departments of Animal
Science, Botany, Chemistry, Microbiology, Physics and
Radiology.
Established as the result of a special act of the 1957
Legislature, and housed partially in the Nuclear Sciences
Center, the program permits the maximum use of
outstanding and costly facilities and effectively encourages
cooperative work between students and faculty from the
many disciplines engaged in nuclear research and teaching.
Special facilities available at the University include a 100


KW training reactor, a four Mev Van de Graaff Accelerator,
several neutron generators, subcritical assemblies, a whole-
body radiation detector, and six multicurie irradiators with
source strengths ranging from 400 to 110,000 curies of
radioactivity.
The program in Nuclear Sciences is headed by a director
who serves to coordinate and promote research and
teaching in the nuclear field throughout the University. The
director is also responsible for the safety program which is
carried out by a Radiation Control Committee made up
from scientists from many of the departments using sources
or radiation, and a Radiation Control officer who is
responsible for the operational details of the safety
program.
The Nuclear Sciences Division encourages training in the
proper handling and use of radioactive materials by
sponsoring periodic special non-credit courses in
radioisotope techniques for research workers. The Division
also provides support to a credit-course in basic
radioisotope techniques which is available to upper
undergraduate students as well as graduate students,
faculty and staff.
The nuclear program as now constituted presents an
unusual opportunity for qualified staff and students to
pursue vital investigations in one of the very rapidly
expanding areas of science and technology.

STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
The University of Florida participates in student exchange
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
Bethune-Cookman College, Florida A & M University,
Florida Memorial College, Edward Waters College, and
Florida State University. For information concerning
programs, eligibility, and procedures write or call the Office
of Academic Affairs.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
LIBRARY SERVICE
The library system consists of two central units, Library
East and Library West, and branch libraries in the Colleges
of Architecture and Fine Arts, Education, Engineer-
ing, Law, the Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, the J. Hillis Miller Health Center, the Department
of Chemistry, and the P.K. Yonge Laboratory School. In
addition, reading room facilities have been provided for
Journalism and Communications, Physical Education,
Health and Recreation, Music and the dormitory areas.
The holdings of the libraries number over 1,470,000
cataloged volumes and a large number of uncataloged
documents and newspapers. Many of the materials are in
the form of phonograph records, microfilm and
microcards. Among the special collections in the library
system are the Rare Book Collection, the Dance-Music-
Theatre Archives, the P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History,
the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Collection, which consists of
manuscripts, typescripts, and memorabilia of one of
America's distinguished novelists, and the Collection of
Creative Writing, which includes work sheets, manuscripts,
and other literary papers of significant contemporary
American and British authors. In recent years, special
emphasis has been placed upon strengthening the holdings
for the Latin American Area Studies Program, especially for
the West Indies and the Caribbean areas.
There are centers for reference service in both Library
West and Library East. The major collection of
bibliographies and reference books is located on the first
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assistance to students and faculty.
Pholoduplication services are available.
The regular schedule for the Central Libraries is Monday
through Saturday, 8:00 AM. to 11:00 P.M.; Sunday, 2:00
P.M. to 11:00 P.M. The libraries seeing the various
academic colleges and schools observe a similar schedule,
with variations.
A series of Information Leaflets provide helpful
information on loan regulations and special services.


THE FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM
The Florida State Museum was created by an act of the
Legislature in 1917 as a department of the Unjiversity of
Florida Through its affiliation with the University it carries
the dual responsibility as the State Museum of Florida and
as the University Museum
The Museum operates as a center of research in
anthropology and natural history. Its accessory functions as
an educational arm of the University are carried forward
through interpretive displays and scientific publications.
Under the administrative control of the director are the
three departments of the Museum: Natural Sciences,
staffed by scientists and technicians concerned with the
study and expansion of the research collections of animals:
Social Sciences, whose staff members are concerned with
the study of historic and prehistoric cultures;
Interpretation, staffed by specialists in the interpretation of
knowledge through museum exhibit techniques. Members
of the scientific and educational staff of the Museum hold
dual appointments in appropriate teaching departments.
Through these appointments they participate in both the
undergraduate and graduate teaching programs.
Graduate assistantships are available in the Museum in
areas of specialization emphasized in its research programs.
Facilities are available for graduate students.
The Museum is located at the corner of Museum Road
and Center Drive in a modern facility completed in 1970.
The public halls are open from nine-thirty until five o'clock
every day except Sunday, when they are open from one to
live o'clock. The Museum is closed on Christmas Day. There
is no admission charge. The Museum is frequently used by
University and public school classes
The research collections are under the care of curators
who encourage the scientific study of the Museum's
holdings. Materials are constantly being added to the
collection both through gifts from friends and as the result
of research activities of the Museum staff. The
archaeological collections are noteworthy. There are
extensive study collections of birds, mammals, mollusks,
reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrate and vertebrate
fossils. Opportunities are provided 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 specializes should make application to the ap-
propriate teaching department.


GENERAL STATE AND
UNIVERSITY AGENCIES
THE FLORIDA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SER\ ICE is the
field arm of the University of Florida and the United States
Department of Agriculture in educational work relating to
agriculture and home economics and represents the total
University in community-oriented programs ot continuing
education. It is one ol four major di, visions of the Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Florida.
It works with both adults and youth, the latter primarily
through 4-H Clubs


In cooperation with Boards of County Commissioners,
the Extension Service jointly employs agricultural agents in
66 counties. Extension home economics agents are
employed in 57 counties. These agents work with local
people to determine their educational needs. Programs are
developed based on these needs and are designed to teach
practical application of agricultural and home economics
research information. The agents are faculty members of
the University of Florida, appointees of the United States
Department of Agriculture and employees of their
respective counties.
Educational assistance is given the people of Florida on
agricultural problems such as commercial crop and
livestock production and marketing. Home economics
programs focus on helping families solve their problems in
such areas as clothing and textiles, food and nutrition,
housing, home furnishings, family life, home management,
family economics, health and safety, household equipment
and consumer education. Efforts also are directed to other
areas such as farm and home business management,
community development, leadership development and
public affairs.
A staff of specialists in agriculture and home economics
provides technical support for programs throughout the
state. These specialists keep in touch with the latest
observations and findings by the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Stations, the United States Department of
Agriculture, other Land-Grant Universities, and other
current, reliable sources of subject-matter information.
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 organizations and
other agencies are vital parts of the programs over the state.
Information is disseminated by the Extension Service
through a variety 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. Extensive use is
made of radio, television, news stories, and publications.
Short courses, institutes and conferences are held
throughout the state and on the campus in cooperation
with agricultural and home economics groups.
The office of UNIVERSITy RELATIONS AND
DEVELOPMENT is responsible for the long-range advance-
ment program of the University by obtaining understanding
and support to enhance the resources available. Alumni
Services, Development Services, Information Services,
Public Functions and Publications are divisions of this office.
THE DIVISION OF INFORMATION SERVICES interprets
the University's pams, policies and objectives through
all mass communications media, including newspapers,
radio, television, magazines, motion pictures, publications,
photographs, special displays, exhibits and community
relations projects. In fulfilling such responsibilities, the
Division of Information Services operates as an
administrative coordinating unit to help create a climate for
better public understanding of higher education and the
University of Florida.
THE DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS works with University
academic units, departments, service offices and other
campus-related organizations in developing publications to
meet various needs. Coordination of copy, content, design,
production and contract procedures are integral functions
of the office while assisting in the preparation of booklets,
folders, brochures, pamphlets and other printed material
The Division 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 of the University. It
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the life of the Universirt. and provides the means of
continued fellowship and association for graduates and
former students.
It is also the headquarters office of the University 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 of Florida magazine and a University of
Florida Today Newsletter. In addition, today it is active in
the promotion and activities of the Schools and Colleges
within the University as well as many other activities for the
benefit of the Universitr of Florida and its faculty and
student body.
THE DIVISION OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES is respons-
ible for the coordination and supervision of all
development and fund raising activities at the University. It
also serves as the headquarters of the University of Florida
Foundation, Inc., a non-profit corporation established to
aid the University in seeking private financial support.
THE UNIVERSITY CENTER OF THE ARTS serves students,
faculty. and the general public by presenting exhibitions
and performances of the best works in the visual and
performing arts.
THE UNIVERSITY GALLERY is an integral part of the
Architecture and Fine Arts complex. The Gallery is located
on the campus facing south 13th Street (or U.S. 441). An
atrium and a reflecting pool are two pleasing features of the
Gallery's distinctive architecture style. The Gallery, with
3000 square feet of display space, is completely modern, air-
conditioned and maintains a varied exhibition schedule of
the visual arts during the year. The content of exhibitions
displayed in the University Gallery range from the creations
by traditional masters through to the latest and most
experimental works by the modern avant garde. The minor
arts of yesterday and today along with the creations of
oriental and primitive cultures form topics for exhibitions
scheduled. The Gallery originates one or two of the major
exhibitions during the year. Each exhibition shows for
approximately a month and the Gallery's hours are from 9
A.M. to 5 P.M. daily except Sunday when they are 1 P.M. to
5 P.M. The Gallery is closed on Saturdays and holidays and
during the month of September.
THE TEACHING GALLERY of the Department of Art is
located adjacent to the Department's office area, on the
third floor of the new Classroom Building, in the College of
Architecture and Fine Arts complex. As a direct and physical
adjunct to the Art Department's teaching program this
Gallery displays smaller traveling exhibitions of merit as well
as one man shows by the faculty artists and student
exhibitions. The Gallery is open Monday through Friday
from 9 A.M. to noon and from 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. It is
closed Saturdays and Sundays.
WRUF, STATE AND UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA RADIO
STATION operates on 850 kilocycles with a power of 5,000
watts. WRUF-FM operates on 103.7 megacycles on a
radiated power of 27,000 watts. They are both affiliated with
the National Broadcasting Company and originate the
University of Florida Football and Basketball Networks.
WRUF has one of the largest recorded libraries of any radio
station in the country, and has UPI news service.
One of WRUF's more important functions is that of
furnishing practical experience to students enrolled in the
radio programs of the Universit) The extent to which this
policy is applied is demonstrated by the fact that the
operating personnel of WRUF consists almost entirely of
University students specializing in radio work, and the
effectiveness of this training is demonstrated by the
nationwide reputation which LiRUF has achieved for the
developing of some of this country's leading announcers
and radio executives. The various radio curricula in addition
to providing this practical operating experience requires a
selection of courses from many of the departments of
instruction of the University. The student is taught an


awareness of the social obligations placed on any medium
whose purposes include public entertainment, information,
education, and cultural advancement. He is given the
broadest possible background, to the end that the social
implications of radio as a medium for influencing the public
may be recognized and acted upon. These are important
aspects of the program and should be the beginning of the
building of a breadth of viewpoint on the part of the
student which he will continue to cultivate by reading and
studc after he has completed the training program.
WRUF and WRUF-FM employ approximately twenty to
thirty students in their operations which give these students
commercial operation experience as WRUF is a commercial
non-tax supported auxiliary of the University of Florida.
All student personnel used by Stations WRUF and WRUF-
FM are selected and hired on the basis of necessity on the
part of the Stations, and talent, attitude, scholarship
requirements (2.0), fitness for job and future college
program on the part of the students as determined by
personal interviews and/or open auditions with and for the
Station's executive personnel. Open auditions are
announced publicly; however, preference is given those
applying who plan future activity in broadcasting.
WUFT, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA EDUCATION TELE-
VISION STATION, operates on Channel 5. It is affiliated
with National Educational Television (NET), the National
Association of Educational Broadcasters, and it is a unit of
the Florida Educational Television Network.
WUFT's function is four-fold: (1) to provide an
educational and cultural service to the community so that
as many persons as possible may share in higher education
and its attendant cultural environment; (2) to assist in the
instructional role of the University through broadcast of
curricular offerings; (3) to help advance the techniques of
teaching through television; (4) to provide University
students with practical training in television broadcasting to
supplement their broad academic background.
WUFT's studio production crews are members of
broadcasting classes or paid student personnel selected
after an internship in studio practices.
RADIO CENTER is a unit for teaching broadcast majors in
the College of journalism and Communications and for
broadcasting credit course material. Broadcast majors
prepare and appear on information programs broadcast in
Gainesville and on commercial radio stations throughout
Florida.
The purpose of THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PRESS is
to encourage, publish, and promote original and scholarly
manuscripts which will aid in developing the University as a
recognized center of research and scholarship.
In addition to its broad range of state, regional, and inter-
American titles, the Press publishes books of general
interest, and six separate series: the Latin American
Gateway Series, the Institute of Gerontology Series, the
Latin American Monographs, (Series Two), and the
University of Florida Monographs (Humanities and Social
Sciences). The Press is also the publisher of the
HANDBOOK OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES which is
sponsored by the Library of Congress.
The Press Board of Managers, including the director and
fifteen faculty members appointed by the President of the
University. determines policies relating to the issuance of
author contracts and the acceptance of manuscripts
submitted for publication.
The University of Florida Press is a member of the
Association of American University Presses and the
American Book Publisher's Council.
THE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION provides
University-wide leadership and coordination for
continuing education courses and programs. Its staff works
with and assists individual colleges in developing and
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respective areas as well as those which are inter-disciplinary
in nature. Thus, the Division enables the University to be
responsive to the varied and changing educational needs of
Florida's citizens. Off-campus credit classes,
correspondence study courses and special programs of
instruction provide educational opportunities for more
than 27,000 annually. The Division also administers the State
Center for Continuing Education located in Jacksonville.
the inter-university Correspondence Study Department
and designated federally funded programs such as those
provided under: The State Technical and Vocational
Services Act (P.L 89-1821, The Higher Education Act of 1965
(P.L 89-329); The Elementary and Secondary Education Act
(P.L 89-10). Cooperative Extension Service personnel are
utilized in community oriented programs under Title I of
P.L. 89-329.


TRAVELING SCHOLAR PROGRAM
The state University System affords, under the Traveling
Scholar Program, an opportunity for graduate students to
take course work or conduct research activities at an) ol the
universities in the State System The course work taken
under the auspices of the Traveling Scholar Program at
another university in the System will apply for graduate
degree credit at the student's home campus. The deans of
the graduate schools of the Slate universities are the
coordinators of the Program. For details regarding the
Program and for approval to participate 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
develop research as a resource essential to excellence in
education and vital to the development and progress of the
State of Florida. The Division is a development arm of the
University, coordinating its efforts closely with the Office of
Academic Affairs and the Graduate School
In carrying out its responsibilities, the Division supports
the total research program of the University in order to
produce a maximum benefit to the University and the
greatest service to the State of Florida. Proposals for the
sponsorship of research, grants-in-aid. and training grants
must be approved by the Director of Research.
Negotiations with potential contracting agencies or
sponsors of research projects are carried on under the
Director's supervision.
The activities of the Division of Sponsored Research are
intended to stimulate growth and to assist in expanding a
balanced research program throughout the University
These activities are intimately related to the support of the
graduate program. They also are intended to relieve
principal investigators and departments of many of the
detailed administrative and reporting duties connected
with some sponsored research. The duties and
responsibilities of the Division, of course, do not infringe
upon the prerogative of the principal investigator to seek
sponsors for his own projects nor upon the responsibility of
the researcher for the scientific integrity of a project In
direct contacts between a principal investigator and a
potential sponsor, however, prior clearance should be
obtained from the Division to insure a uniformity in
contract requirements and to avoid duplication of
negotiations with the same sponsor
The Division of Sponsored Research is administrative)
responsible to the Vice President for Academic Affairs
Policies and procedures for the operation of the Division
are developed by a Board of Directors working with the


Director of Research within the general framework of the
administration, policies, and procedures of the University.
THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS, a division
of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, are
responsible for extensive organized research leading to the
improvement of all phases of Florida's widely varied
agricultural production, processing and marketing. The
Stations are administered by the Dean for Research located
on the University of Florida campus and include main
station departments as well as branch stations and field
laboratories operating as an integral administrative unit.
Many members of the research staff of the Agricultural
Experiment Stations are also members of the faculty of the
College of Agriculture as are some in the Agricultural
Extension Service. These three agricultural divisions of the
University work cooperatively in many areas under the
administration of the Provosl for Agriculture While
agricultural research is the primary objective of the
Agricultural Experiment Stations, funds for graduate
assistants are made available to encourage graduate
training and professional scientific improvement
Results ol the research of 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 cooperates
closely with the Agricultural Extension Service in providing
research findings for prompt dissemination.
Research at the Main Station is conducted within 18
departments-agricultural economics, agricultural
engineering, agronomy, animal science and nutrition.
bacteriology, boiany, dairy science, entomology, food
technology and nutrition, forestry, fruit crops, ornamental
horticulture, plant pathology, poultry science, soils,
statistics. vegetable crops and veterinary science. In
addition to the above the Main Station has four units vital 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, branch stations and field
laboratories are located at numerous locations having
different climatic conditions. soil types and crops. Intensive
research is conducted in all fields of agriculture such as
citrus, vegetable, field crops. livestock, pastures, and many
others.
The branch stations and field laboratories, and their
locations, are as follows Central Florida Station. Sanford;
Citrus Stalion. Lake Mired. Everglades Station, Belle Glade;
Gulf Coast Slalion. Bradenton, North Florida Slation,
Quincy: Range Cattle Station. Ona: Sub-Tropical Station,
Homestead; Suwannee \alley Station. Live Oak: West
Florida Stalion. lay, Brooksville Beef Cattle Research Unit,
Brooksville, Indian River Field Laboratory, Fort Pierce,
Plantation Field Laboratory. Fort Lauderdale: South Florida
Field Laboratory. Immokalee: Potato Investigations
Laboratory, Hastings; Big Bend Horticultural Laboratory,
Monticello, Strawberry and vegetablee Investigations
Laboratory. Plant Cily, Watermelon and Grape
Investigations Laboratory, Leesburg; Ridge Horticultural
Laboratory, Apopka. Marianna Field Laboratory. Marianna;
and the Federal-State Frost Warning Service, Lakeland.
Certain phases of the research program are cooperative
with the United States Department of Agriculture and other
Federal departments as well as cooperative with numerous
Florida agricultural agencies and organizations.
THE FLORIDA ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERI-
MENT STATION developed trom 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
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sciences, with special reference to such of these problems
as are important to the industries of Florida."
The College and the Station are inextricably
intertwined-the two activities cannot be separated
functionally; they comprise the two arms of the whole
engineering body. In many instances a program initiated
primarily as a research entity has developed into a full-
fledged academic department of the College.
demonstrating the close interlocking relationship of the
research and teaching functions.
Since the fall term of 1967, seven departments of the
College of Engineering and the Experiment Station have
moved into some 310,000 sq. ft. provided in seven modern
new buildings and one remodeled building. These
improvements, including equipment, have raised the value
of the physical plant of the College to ov er $13 million.
The laboratories, staff, and facilities of other divisions of
the University also are available to the Station research
faculty through many outstanding interdisciplinary
programs. These research faculty members comprise the
teaching and lecture staff with whom the students come
into daily contact in the classroom. With the close
relationship that exists between teaching and research,
students are exposed to many engineering and industrial
problems normally not encompassed in a college program.
Moreover, the undergraduate students frequently find
employment on research projects as student assistants.
The Station receives only a small portion of its operating
revenue from the state. The major support of its research
activities is derived from contracts with government
agencies, foundations, and industrial organizations. Large
and small manufacturers avail themselves of the finest
engineering research laboratories in the Southeast. The
Station has superior facilities and staff in such fields as
microelectronics and integrated circuits; power systems;
metallurgy; ceramics; coastal and oceanographic
engineering; soil mechanics; transport phenomena and
fluid dynamics; energy conversion; air and water pollution
control; electrochemistry; fast neutron physics; nuclear
rocket propulsion; dynamics and vibrations;
communications; kinetics; ionics gaseous electronics and
plasmas, and systems analysis, to name a few.
THE BUREAU OF RESEARCH is one of the activities of the
College of Architecture and Fine Arts. It fosters and
encourages research in all areas of the building arts and fine
arts. It also provides an opportunity for graduate students
and faculty members to engage in research and cooperate
effectively in research with other University departments
and institutions.
THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RE-
SEARCH is the Research Division of the College of Business
Administration. A part of the work of the Bureau is to
provide economic and business information about Florida.
A major source of this information is the FLORIDA STA-
TISTICAL ABSTRACT published annually by the Bureau. By
published reports of special research and through the
monthly Economic Leaflets (sent free to any resident of
Florida upon request), the monthly Business and Economic
Dimensions, and special reports, the results of research
work available to all residents of Florida. Consultant
Services are rendered the business community, civic
groups, and government. The Bureau makes it possible for
teaching professors 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. It carries on a continuous program of research on
public administration and public policy in Florida; it
publishes research and surveys of governmental and
administrative problems in both scientific and popular
monograph form. In broad areas of public policy and


public service training, it works in cooperation with other
units of the University.
THE RESEARCH DIVISION OF THE COLLEGE OF
JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS conducts
research in the news media, in broadcasting. advertising,
and public opinion
THE FLORIDA WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH CENTER
was established in 1964 as the result of the passage of P.L. 88-
379-The Water Resources Research Act of 1964-"to
stimulate, sponsor, provide for, and supplement present
programs for conduct of research. investigation,
experiments, and the training of scientists in the fields of
water and of resources which affect water." The Center has
a small administrative staff and the funds available to it are
used largely in water research projects. It is under the
general policy guidance of a Committee composed of the
Vice-President for Academic Affairs. the Deans of the
College of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Law, the
Dean of Research, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, and the Director of the Division of Sponsored
Research. The operations are under a Director.
THE URBAN STUDIES BUREAU is a university-wide
organization administered through the office of the Vice-
President for Academic Affairs. Its function is to facilitate
and encourage the development of interdisciplinary
research in and of urban areas, the development of
curriculum and training programs in urban studies and the
establishment of a liaison between the University and urban
areas.
THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING performs the
coordinative and administrative services required to ensure
the development of a physical plant which will best serve
the goals of the many and diverse programs of the
University of Florida at minimum long-range cost. Work is
carried out by the staff and related committees in the areas
of campus planning, capital budgeting and space
assignment. The policies and procedures followed by the
Department in its operation are available to anyone by
application to the offices of the Department.

COMPUTING CENTER

The Computing Center of the University provides the
services of IBM Systems/360 Model 65 and 1401 electronic
computers, 563 Calcomp Plotter and other subsidiary
equipment.
The principal functions of the center are:
1. To aid research by furnishing computing services for
the faculty, staff, graduate students, and others.
2. To provide computing support for undergraduate
and graduate classes.
3. To maintain a library of computer programs for the
benefit of users.
4. To carry on investigations in the theory and application
of numerical analysis.
5. To conduct research under contract or other arrange-
ments for university, federal, state, and other
government agencies, as well as for foundations
and individuals.
6. To assist in coordinating and developing University
research programs in which the computer may be
involved.
7. To provide machine computations and tabulating
facilities for other educational and research units of
the University.
The Computing Center is primarily a research unit,
though members of the staff may teach courses in other
departments. Thesis work may be carried on in the Center.







General
GENERAL INFORMATION


THE J. HILLIS MILLER
HEALTH CENTER
THE J. HILLIS MILLER HEALTH CENTER at the University
of Florida in Gainesville is a modern complex of institutions
which advance human health and educate tomorrow's
leaders in the health professions.
It is housed in a $26 million facility which includes the
College of Medicine, the College of Nursing, the College of
Health Related Professions, the College of Pharmacy and
the Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics, which is its
center for modern patient care and clinical training of new
physicians and others in the health fields. A College of
Dentistry is in the active planning stages.
The academic programs of the Health Center prepare
students to understand that tomorrow's health care must
focus on the community in order to achieve the long range
health of man. The programs help them to understand that
health care involves the health team: the physician; the
nurse; the dentist; the pharmacist; persons in health
related professions; the community; the researcher; the
educator; the counselor; the body of men and women who
by training together-and later by working
together-contribute more effectively to a person's well
being.
The health-oriented professions exchange information
within the Health Center, and draw upon the other
resources of the University to further man's understanding
of health and illness.
Since the opening of its first units-the Colleges of
Medicine and Nursing-in 1956, the Health Center has
become one of the most advanced centers for health care,
education and research in the nation.
Located on the southern edge of the University of Florida
campus, the Health Center was named for Dr. J. Hillis
Miller, late president of the University whose vision and
determination helped formulate the early planning of the
health complex as an integral part of the University.
The Health Center building complex includes the
Medical Sciences Building, the Shands Teaching Hospital
and Clinics, activated in 1958, the Pharmacy Research Wing,
opened in 1961, and the Jessie Ball du Pont Building which
opened in 1967 and which includes a Children's Mental
Health Unit and research laboratories concerned with the
time-linked processes of human development.
Project I, a building expansion program to provide
needed facilities for the educational programs of the Health
Center, is underway.
A Veterans Administration Hospital across from the
Health Center is engaged in a program of patient care,
teaching and research which is affiliated with the programs
in the Health Center's colleges.
The Jacksonville Hospitals Education Program, Inc. which
offers educational opportunity in clinical fields to students
of the Health Center's colleges is an official division of the
University of Florida.


INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
The organization of the Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences was approved by the Board of Regents in 1964. The
Institute is the University of Florida's statewide agricultural
research and educational organization. With programs
extending into virtually every county and community in
Florida, the primary mission of IFAS is that of helping the
State to realize its maximum potentials for agricultural
development. This mission is carried out through the three
closely related functions of resident instruction, research,
and extension-including the programs of the College of


Agriculture, the Agricultural Experiment Stations, the
Agricultural Extension Service, and the School of Forestry.
The Provost for Agriculture for the University coordinates
the functions of this unique research and development
program which serves the State's multi-billion dollar agri-
cultural industry-Florida's most important industry.
The offices of the Provost as well as the Deans for
Resident Instruction, Research, and Extension are located
near the center of the campus in McCarty Hall.
Administrative offices of the School of Forestry are located
in Rolfs Hall.
Developing the trained manpower to serve Florida's
dynamic agricultural industry is the mission of the resident
instruction function of IFAS. The curriculums of the
teaching program for the different 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 of IFAS is directed at
developing new and improved technology to enable
Florida's agriculture to become more efficient and improve
its competitive position. This mission is accomplished
through the research programs of the 19 on-campus
departments of IFAS as well as through the efforts of the
vast network of 22 experiment stations, branch stations or
field laboratories located from Pensacola to Homestead.
Basic and applied research are the products of this network.
Many of these units aim their efforts primarily at
developing new and improved technology to meet the
needs of the area in which they are located.
Concerned with off-campus educational endeavors, the
extension programs of IFAS are aimed at getting new
knowledge used in such a way that maximum benefit can
be realized by the people of Florida. The extension
program at the local level is cooperatively administered by
the University of Florida, the several Boards of County
Commissioners, and the United States Department of
Agriculture. The County Agricultural and Home Economics
Agents located in 66 of Florida's counties are members of
the faculty of the University of Florida and conduct both
youth and adult educational programs virtually in every
community of the State.
The reputation of IFAS, as one of this nation's primary
sources of agricultural technology for the humid tropics,
has been firmly established. The International Programs
Office of IFAS, including the Center for Tropical
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 of their own people.
The agricultural programs of the University of Florida
have, without question, been a major contributing factor in
the development of Florida's multi-billion dollar
agricultural industry. The resources of these education,
research and development programs are committed to
assisting all segments of the agricultural industry with a
more complete development of Florida's agricultural
potential.







ADMISSIONS


Admissions



APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Application for admission to any College, School or
Division of the University must be made to the Admissions
Section of the Office of the Registrar on the forms
prescribed and by the dates indicated below. It is quite
proper to correspond with Deans, Directors or Department
Chairmen but such contact with University officers does
not in any way eliminate the necessity for filing a formal
application in the Office of the Registrar by the dates
specified.
How to Apply: An applicant should address a request to the
Admissions Section, Office of the Registrar, University of
Florida asking for application forms. Forms and directions
for completing applications vary with the level of entry at
the Uniiersir and the applicant should indicate that forms
are being requested for admission as a Freshman, Under-
graduate Transfer, Graduate, Law, Medical, or Special
student, as the case might be.


GENERAL STATEMENT
The University encourages applications from qualified
applicants from all cultural, racial, religious, and ethnic
groups.
A brief summary of the general requirements for
admission or readmission to any college or division of the
University is given below:
1. A satisfactory academic record
2. Satisfactory scores on achievement tests or
examinations
3. A satisfactory conduct record
The specific requirements for readmission (at the same or
a different level) of a student previously enrolled at the
University of Florida are given in the STUDENT REGU-
LATIONS section of this catalog. Consult the INDEX for
page number.
The specific requirements for admission to the University
of Florida for the first time as a Freshman, Undergraduate
Transfer, Graduate, Law, Medical, or Special student may
be found in the appropriate sections which follow. It
should be understood, however, that minimum require-
ments are given and that admission to the University is a
selective process. The satisfaction of minimum require-
ments does not automatically guarantee admission.
The admission requirements have been arrived at after a
very careful study of the experiences of thousands of
students over a long period of years. In every case
minimum requirements have evolved from studies of
student performance at the University of Florida. These
studies have had as a primary objective the identification of
factors that would indicate reasonable chance for
successful completion of University of Florida work.
The University Admissions Committee is the agency
responsible for administering all admissions to the
University and its various components.
Students who are planning to enter the University of
Florida for the first time will be considered for admission as
follows:

1. Beginning Freshmen-students who have never
attended college. (See following section, ADMISSION
ASA FRESH ANI
2. Undergraduate Transfers-students who have pre-
viously attended any college or university, regardless


of amount of time spent in attendance or credit
earned, but who have not received a bachelor's
degree. (See iollow,,ng section, ADMISSION AS A
TRANSFER STUDENT TO UNDERGRADUATE
SCHOOLSANDCOLLEGESi
3. Graduate Students-candidates for Master's or
Doctor's degrees (See following section, ADMISSION
TOGRADU T E SCHOOL).
4. GENESYS Students-candidates for admission to the
Graduate Engineering Education System program of
the College of Engineering. (See following section,
ADMISSION TO THE GRADUATE ENGINEERING
EDUCATION SN STE Mi
5. Law Students-candidates for admission to the College
of Law. (See following section, ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF LAW).
6. Medical Students-candidates for admission to the
College of Medicine. (See following section, ADMIS-
SION TO THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE).
7. Special Students-applicants who do not fall in one of
the above categories. (See following section, ADMIS-
SION AS A SPECIAL STUDENT).
8. Transient Students-applicants who wish to enroll for
one term only in order to complete work for transfer
back to parent institution. (See following section,
ADMISSION ASA TRANSIENT STUDENT I


ADMISSION AS A FRESHMAN
(APPLICANTS WHO HAVE NEVER ATTENDED COLLEGE)
When to Apply: No application will be considered for the
Freshman Class more than one year in advance of the date
on which entrance is sought. The best time to apply is the
early part of the senior year in Secondary School. The
deadline for receipt of applications for September is March
1. Notification of admission or denial will be given to all
applicants by early April. The deadlines for receipt of
applications for other terms are given in the University
Calendar.
Admission of 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 of Florida a role in the total state
system of higher education which demands that the
entering Freshman Class be limited in number. Such
limitation does not prevent students from attending the
upper division and professional schools of the University
since they may attend junior colleges or other universities
and, if qualified, subsequently transfer to the University's
upper division colleges in accordance with rules printed
elsewhere in this Catalog.
Other than through the Advanced Placement Program of
the College Entrance Examination Board, the University
does not accept college credits earned prior to graduation
from secondary school.
The requirements for admission set forth below are
designated to give priority to those applicants whose
potential on the basis of their record indicates the greatest
likelihood of success and the obtaining of maximum
benefits from the University College program at the
University of Florida.
A. Requirements for admission-Florida Students
For consideration a student must meet the following
minimums:
1. Graduation from an accredited secondary school.
2. Twelve academic units (English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies)
3. A "C" average in academic courses.
4. A score in the top 40% (total score of 300) on the
Florida Twelfth Grade Tests.






General
ADMISSIONS


5. A record of good conduct. Major or continuing
difficulty with school or other authorities may make an
applicant ineligible regardless of his academic
qualifications.
A student's total high school record is a significant factor
in determining whether he will be selected for admission.
Not only his grades and his scores on the Florida Twelfth
Grade Test, but the educational objective and pattern of
courses taken in high school, rank in class, school's
recommendation, and the personal record are all important
in projecting a student's potential for successfully meeting
the academic standards of the University of Florida.
Composite pictures of Recent Freshman Classes at the
University of Florida indicate that approximately 70% score
between 380-495 on the Florida Twelfth Grade Placement
Test which places them in the top 20% of all secondary high
school seniors. Approximately 50% of each entering class
has earned a "B" or better average in high school academic
subjects. While there is no minimum grade average or test
score which in itself assures a student of admission or
success in college, prospective freshmen are urged to
discuss the meaning and implication of these data with their
school counselors before deciding whether to apply for
admission to the University of Florida.
B. Requirements for admission-Non-Florida Students.
Because of a limited entering freshman class, only a small
number of highly qualified students from states other than
Florida may be admitted. The minimum requirements for
consideration are essentially the same as for Florida
students except that scores of at least 500 on each section of
the Scholastic Aptitude Test of the College Entrance
Examination Board are expected. In addition, each out of
state student must achieve an academic average of "B" or
better and should rank in the top fifth of 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-
refundable after May 1.
Early Decision for Superior Students Students with
superior secondary school records (academic average at
least 3.5) and junior year high school SAT test scores
(approximately 600 each on the verbal and mathematics
secrionsi may apply for early decision. The student must
certify that this is his only application and this statement
must be supported by the signatures of his parents and
appropriate school official The completed application
must be received by November 1 and, if admitted, the
student must make his commitment to attend the
University of Florida, accompanied by his housing payment,
by December 1.
All Freshman applicants are considered for admission to
the University College


ADMISSION AS A TRANSFER
STUDENT TO UNDERGRADUATE
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
(APPLICANTS WHO HAVE ATTENDED ANN COLLEGE
OR UNI\ ERSITN. REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT OF TIME
SPENT IN ATTENDANCE OR CREDIT EARNED, ARE
CONSIDERED "S TRANSFER STUDENTS I
When to Apply: Applications may be submitted not more
than one year in advance and applicants are strongly urged
to apply al least six months prior to the date they plan to
enter. Applications will not be accepted after the deadline
date for the term as indicated in the University Calendar
published in this catalog. The applicant who waits until the


last possible date to fle his application may find that he h
unable to furnish the necessary supporting records In time
to permit a decision for the term in which he desires to
enter.
A transfer applicant should refer to the General
Information section of this catalog which deals with the
organization of the University for an explanation of the
University College (Lower Division) and the Upper Division.
The University of Florida accepts for transfer credit only
those courses completed at other accredited institutions
with grades of "C" or higher which are acceptable in the
curriculum for which the student desires to enroll.
A. Requirements for admission to the University College.
1. An applicant must have been eligible for admission to
the University College as a beginning Freshman in order to
be considered for admission to the University College as a
transfer student.
2. Good Standing. An applicant must be in good standing
and eligible to return to any institution previously attended.
A student who for any reason will not be allowed to return
to any institution attended cannot be considered for
admission to the University of Florida.
3. Satisfactory Record. No application will be considered
unless the complete official transcripts of all the applicant's
undergraduate work are in the possession of the
Admissions Section and no transcript will be accepted as
official unless it is received directly from the Registrar of the
institution in which the work was done. Official
supplementary transcripts are required, as soon as they are
available, for any work completed after making application.
An applicant must have an average of "C" or higher (as
computed by the University of Florida) on all work
attempted at each institution previously attended. An
average of "C" or higher is required for graduation from
the University of Florida and one who has failed to maintain
this average at other institutions need not apply. Regardless
of average, courses completed at other institutions must
reasonably parallel the curriculum of the University of
Florida.
4. Satisfactory Test Scores. An applicant must present
satisfactory scores on an acceptable general ability test.
5. Satisfactory Conduct. An applicant must have a
satisfactory record of conduct. Regardless of other
qualifications, an applicant who has experienced difficulty
with school or other authorities because of improper
conduct may find his application disapproved.
B. Requirements for admission to an Upper Division
College.
In addition to all but Item 1 of the requirements listed
above for admission to the University College, an applicant
for admission to an Upper Division college must also satisfy
the following:

1 Advanced Standing Credit. An applicant must present
a minimum of 64 semester hours of acceptable college
courses, not more than four of which are in Military Science
or Physical Education, as credit for advanced standing.
NOTE An applicant who has graduated from one of the
Florida public junior colleges in a university parallel
program with at least an overall "C" average for all college
work attempted and whose record certifies that the general
education requirements (involving not less than 36
semester hours of academic credit) of the Junior College
have been satisfied will be considered to have met the
advanced standing credit requirement. Such students may
be required to take certain additional preprofessional
courses not available at the junior College; however, these
courses will not reduce the number of credits required in
the Upper Division for a degree No more than 64 semester
hours of credit transferred from or through a junior college
may be applied toward a University of Florida degree.
2. Specific Course Requirements. An applicant must







ADMISSIONS


present the courses listed as required for admission by the
Upper Division college of the applicant's choice, or
acceptable substitutes, as part of the courses offered for
advanced standing credit. Upon recommendation by the
Upper Division college, an applicant lacking some of the
specific requirements may be permitted to enroll in that
college and complete them if he meets all other
requirements for admission; however, such courses may
not be used to reduce the number of credits required in the
Upper Division for a degree.
NOTE: Some Upper Division colleges have established
quotas because of limitations of space and facilities.
Applicants for admission as transfer students meeting the
admission requirements will be considered for admission
within these established quotas.
Other than through the Advanced Placement Program,
the University does not accept college credits earned while
enrolled in high school.


ADMISSION TO THE
GRADUATE SCHOOL
When to Apply: Applications can be accepted as late as the
final date listed in the University Calendar. Because the
final decision on admission to Graduate study has to be
made by the Graduate Selections Committee of the various
colleges and time is required to prepare the materials for
their consideration, it is strongly urged that applications be
made well in advance of this final date. An applicant
planning to enter Graduate School immediately following
receipt of his bachelor's degree is urged to file application
at the beginning of, or during, his last quarter or semester.
Application for admission to the Graduate School must
be made to the Admissions Section, Office of the Registrar
on forms supplied by that office and at the times stipulated
in the University Calendar. Applications which meet
minimum standards for admission are referred to the
graduate selection committees of the various colleges and
divisions for approval or disapproval.
No application will be considered unless the complete
official transcripts of all the applicant's undergraduate and
graduate work are in the possession of the Admissions
Section and no transcript will be accepted as official unless
it is received directly from the Registrar of the institution in
which the work was done. Official supplementary
transcripts are required, as soon as they are available, for
any work completed after making application.
All foreign students whose native tongue is not English
making application for admission to the Graduate School of
the University of Florida must present their scores on TOEFL
(Testing of English as a Foreign Language). Each applicant is
asked to write TOEFL, Educational Testing Service,
Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A., requesting a Bulletin of
Information and registration form. It is important to
remember that final consideration can not be granted a
foreign student's application for admission until his scores
on this test are received by: Admission Section, Office of
the Registrar, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida,
U.S.A.
In general, no student who is a graduate of a
nonaccredited institution will be considered for graduate
study in any unit of the University.
Undergraduate Record-Unqualified admission to the
Graduate School is dependent upon the presentation of a
baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or
curriculum with an average of B for the junior and senior
years. In some units of the Graduate School and on the
more advanced levels of graduate study, an undergraduate
average considerably above B may be required. In some
units (see the following two paragraphs) admission may be


considered with an undergraduate average slightly below
B. College graduate admission selection committees take
into account not only the general grade average but the
distribution of work and the quality and extent of
preparation for the graduate program which the student
proposes to undertake.
The minimum undergraduate grade average acceptable
for admission to programs leading to the Master of Arts in
Education and Master of Education is 2.75. Master of Arts in
Physical Education and Health, and Master of Physical
Education and Health is 2.5, calculated on a basis of 4.0 as
the highest possible average and covering the last two years
of undergraduate work (at least 60 credit hours).
In the College of Agriculture, admission to graduate
study is normally limited to those students who have
maintained at least a 2.75 grade-point average in their
upper-division work and 3.0 in their major subject. For
students with an undergraduate major in general
agriculture, the minimum upper-division average is 2.85. In
exceptional cases, where a candidate has demonstrated in
some other way his fitness to do graduate work, as, for
instance, outstanding achievement since earning the
bachelor's degree, he may be considered for admission.
While the general admissions requirements described
above apply to both master's and doctoral candidates, it
should be noted that doctoral candidates must meet certain
additional requirements which vary according to the
programs established by the departments and colleges.
Furthermore, it is desirable for students planning to enter
certain colleges and departments to have a reading
knowledge of one foreign language.
Graduate Record Examination-A satisfactory average
score on the Graduate Record Examination is required for
admission. Each applicant for admission must submit scores
on the aptitude test of the GRE, but either at the request of
the department concerned or on his own volition, the
applicant is encouraged to submit in addition the score on
one or more advanced subject-matter test of the GRE. The
scores on all tests taken will be weighed in regard to
admission.
The GRE is given six times a year-in October, December,
January, February, April, and June- at a great many
locations in the United States, including Ganessille.
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 examination, and scores are
received about a month after the examination. Hence, it is
necessary to apply for the GRE in early September for
admission in January, in early December for admission in
March, in early January for admission in June, and in early
March for admission in September. Other examinations are
given for which application must be made in November
and May but the ones listed above are correlated with
admission deadlines.


ADMISSION TO THE GRADUATE
ENGINEERING EDUCATION SYSTEM
(GENESYS)
When to Apply: The Graduate Engineering System
(GENESYS) is a part of the College of Engineering and as
such follows the regular University Calendar. Applications
can be accepted as late as the final date listed in the
University Calendar, however since the record of all
applicants for GENESYS must be reviewed by the College of
Engineering and time is required to assemble the necessary
transcripts and test scores, it is strongly urged that
application be made well in advance of the final date.
All applicants seeking to enroll for credit in courses






General
ADMISSIONS


through GENESYS must secure admission to the University
of Florida. Application for admission must be made to the
Admissions Section, Office of the Registrar. University of
Florida on forms obtained from the Resident Director of
GENESYS, Cape Canaveral, Orlando, Daytona Beach or
West Palm Beach, Florida. No application will be
considered unless complete official transcripts of all the
applicants undergraduate and graduate work are in the
possession of the Registrar and no transcript will be
accepted as official unless it is received directly from the
Registrar of the institution in which the work was done.
Applicants for GENESYS may be admitted initially to the
Graduate School or to the College of Engineering as post-
graduate students depending upon the applicant's
qualifications and objectives. In order to be admitted to the
Graduate School the GENESYS applicant must satisfy all
admission requirements established by the Graduate
School (see Admission to the Graduate School section of
this catalog). Briefly stated these requirements include the
presentation of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited
college or curriculum with an average grade of "B" for the
junior and senior years; a satisfactory score on the Graduate
Record Examinations; and the recommendation of the
Graduate Selection Committee of the College of
Engineering.
Applicants for GENESYS who either fail to fully meet the
requirements for admission to the Graduate School or who
do not desire to work for a graduate degree may be
admitted to the College of Engineering as post-graduate
students. Such students may subsequently be admitted to
the Graduate School by removing deficiencies, if any, in
their qualifications. Applications will be considered on the
basis of the applicant's overall record. The basic
requirement for admission to GENESYS as a post-graduate
student in the College of Engineering is the possession of
the baccalaureate degree in engineering from an
accredited college or curriculum. Although test scores from
the Graduate Record Examinations are not required,
applicants are strongly advised to submit scores on both the
aptitude test and the appropriate advanced subject-matter
sections of the GRE as evidence of their qualification for
admission. Satisfactory scores on the GRE will be required
for subsequent admission to the Graduate School.



ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF LAW
When to Apply: Applications can be accepted as late as the
final date listed in the Law Catalog. Since time is
required to assemble the transcripts and test scores
necessary, it is strongly urged that the applicant file his
application at the beginning of, or during, the last quarter
or semester of his program for the Bachelor's degree.
Beginning Students: All applicants for admission to the
College of Law must have received a baccalaureate degree
from a regionally accredited college or university and
achieved a satisfactory score on the Law School Admission
Test.
The minimum acceptable score on the Law School
Admission Test required for admission varies with the total
grade point average achieved by the applicant on all
college work attempted by the applicant prior to the
receipt of the bachelor's degree. The lower the grade point
average, the higher the Law School Admission Test score
must be to qualify for admission. Grade point average is
computed by the University of Florida system, in which
each quarter hour of A is allotted four points, B three
points, C two points, D one point, and failures or
incomplete zero points. The sum of the grade points so
computed is divided by the sum of all hours attempted. The
average thus derived determines the minimum Law School


Admission Test score for the applicant. An appropriate
adjustment in the test score will be made in cases where the
score submitted is the result of retaking the test.
Advanced Standing Students For information on
admission to the College of Law with advanced standing see
the College of Law Catalog.


ADMISSION TO THE
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
When to Apply: Because the number of places in the first
year class of 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 preceding
his intended date of entry.
Personal qualities of high order-character, responsibility
and maturity-are the primary requirements for admission.
The student must have demonstrated superior intellectual
achievement. A bachelor's degree is strongly
recommended. The quality of the academic background, as
well as the performance of the student in relation to the
load attempted, will be weighed. A genuine interest in
human welfare is important. Efficient methods of study and
effective powers of reasoning are essential.
The College admits both men and women. A limited
number of out-of-state students, in proportion to the
number in the University as a whole, may be admitted.
Applicants over the age of thirty rarely will be considered.
No applications from persons over thirty-five will be
accepted. Students who have failed academically or are
ineligible to continue in another medical school will not be
admitted.
Applications from students who are presently enrolled in
another medical school will be considered provided (1) the
student is eligible to continue in his present medical school,
and (2) the school he is now attending is a member of the
Association of American Medical Colleges. Applications
will also be considered from students who have successfully
completed work at an accredited two-year medical school.
Prospective applicants should take the Medical College
Admissions Test by the spring preceding the submission of
the application. A personal interview will be required for
final acceptance.
Graduate students who are candidates for the Ph.D.
degree in medical sciences should apply through the
Graduate School.
(See also more detailed description in the College of
Medicine catalog.)


ADMISSION AS A
SPECIAL STUDENT
When to Apply: Each application for admission as a special
student must be reviewed by the University Admissions
Committee. Applications cannot be considered if they are
received after the dates specified in the Catalog: and it
would be desirable for a person considering application as
a special student to initiate such an application at least three
months in advance of the term he wishes to enter, in order
to allow time for additional evidence to be presented if it
should be requested by the Admissions Committee.
Special students may be admitted to the various schools
and colleges of the Upper Division only by approval of the
University Admissions Committee. Each case will be
considered on an individual basis. Applications for
admission as a special student must include: (1) records of
previous educational experience (high school or college
transcripts); (2) a statement as to the type of studies to be







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pursued; (3) a brief statement of the reason or reasons for
selecting a special program other than a regular one; (4)
satisfactory evidence ol ability to pursue these studies-for
example, a student to enroll as a special student for some
technical courses and who feels qualified to do so by reason
of employment or other experience should submit a brief
description of ths experience, (5) satisfactory scores on
such ability or achievement tests as may be prescribed in
individual cases by the University Admissions Committee.


ADMISSION AS A
TRANSIENT STUDENT
When to Apply: Applications should be submitted at least
two months in advance and will not be accepted after the
deadline date for the term as indicated in the University
Calendar published in this catalog. Applicants should
clearly indicate on all correspondence with the Admissions
Office that enrollment as a transient student is being
requested.
Subject to availability of faculty, space and facilities, a
regular undergraduate student in good standing at another
accredited collegiate institution may be permitted to enroll
at the University 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
currently attended. No evaluation will be made of work
previously completed by 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 for the education
and training of veterans under all public laws now in effect,
i.e., Chapter 31, Title 38, U.S. Code (Disabled Veterans),
Chapter 34, Title 38, U.S. Code (Cold-War G.I. Bill), and
Chapter 35, Title 38, U.S. Code (Children of Deceased or
Disabled Veterans). Students who may be eligible for
educational benefits under any Veterans Administration
program are urged to contact the local Veterans
Administration representative or the Veterans
Administration Regional Office, P.O. Box 1437, St.
Petersburg, Florida, well in advance of the date of their
registration. Students expecting to receive benefits under
one of these programs must file with the Office of
the Registrar their Certificate of Eligibility which is issued
by the Veterans Administration. No certification can be
made until the Certificate of Eligibility is on file. Benefits
are determined by the Veterans Administration and the
University certifies according to their rules and regulations.
The Office of the Registrar will submit enrollment
certification to the Selective Service System if the student
has submitted his selective service number according to
Selective Service System regulations. The Selective Service
System will also be notified when the student is no longer
enrolled or is not eligible to continue and/or has
completed requirements for his degree.
Inquiries relating to Social Security Benefits should be
directed to the student's local Social Security Office. The
Office of the Registrar will submit enrollment certificates
issued by the Social Security Administration for students


eligible to receive educational benefits under the Social
Security Act, providing the student registers for twelve
quarter hours or more.


ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR
FOREIGN STUDENTS
All foreign students whose native tongue is not English
making application for admission to the University of
Florida must present their scores on TOEFL (Testing of
English as a Foreign Language). Each applicant is asked to
write TOEFL, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New
Jersey, U.S.A., requesting a Bulletin of Information and
registration form. It is important to remember that final
consideration cannot be granted a foreign student's
application for admission until his scores on this test are
received by: Admission Section, Office of the Registrar,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 32601, U.S.A.




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APPLICATION FEE
Each application for admission to the University must be
accompanied by an application fee of $15.00. Application
fees are nonrefundable. Further instructions will 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 IMMED-
IATE NEEDS. Personal checks will be accepted for the
exact amount of fees.

CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS-
FLORIDA OR NON-FLORIDA
For the purpose of assessing fees, applicants shall be
classified as Florida or non-Florida students. A Florida
student is a person who shall be a citizen of the United
States or a resident alien and who shall have resided and
had his habitation, domicile, home and permanent abode
in the State of Florida for at least twelve (121 months
immediately preceding his current registration In applying
this regulation, "applicant" shall mean a student applying
for admission to the institution if he is married or 21 years of
age, or, if he is a minor, it shall mean parents, parent, or
legal guardian of his or her person.
In all applications for admission by students as citizens of
the State, the applicant, if married or 21 years of age. or. if a
minor, his parents or legal guardian shall make and file with
such application a written statement under oath that such
applicant is a bona fide citizen and resident of the State and
entitled as such to admission upon the terms and
conditions prescribed for citizens and residents of the
State.
In the determining of a Florida resident for purposes of
assessing fees, the burden of proof is on the applicant.
Under the law an applicant can change his place of
residence from another state to the State of Florida only by
actually and physically coming into the State and
establishing his residence with the intention of
permanently residing within the State. The domicile or
legal residence of the wife is that of the husband. and the
legal residence of a minor is that of the parents, parent. or
legal guardian of his person.
A non-Florida student may apply in writing for
reclassification prior to any subsequent registration under
the provisions set forth below. To qualify for reclassification
as a Florida student, a person (or if a minor, his parents
shall have resided in Florida for twelve (12) months, shall
have filed a declaration of intent to become a resident of
the State, and shall be registered to vote in the State An
alien shall have resided in Florida for twelve i121 months
and must present U.S. Immigration and Naturalization
certification that he is a resident alien. If the application is
supported by evidence satisfactory to the Unisersity that
the student then qualifies as a Florida student, his
classification will be changed for future registrations


REGISTRATION AND
INSTRUCTIONAL FEES
the University Calendar appearing at the front of this


catalog sets forth the beginning and ending dates of each
quarter.
THE FOLLOWING FEES AND CHARGES ARE PROPOSED
AT THIS TIME. HOWEVER, SINCE THE CATALOG MUST BE
PUBLISHED CONSIDERABLE' IN ADVANCE OF ITS EFFEC-
TIVE DATE IT IS NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE TO ANTICIPATE
CHANGES AND THE FEE SCHEDULE MAY BE REVISED.
EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO PUBLICIZE CHANGES
FOR ANY QUARTER IN ADVANCE OF THE REGISTRATION
DATE FOR THAT QUARTER.
Fees are payable on the dates listed in the University of
Florida Calendar appearing at the front of the Catalog or
the dates shown on statements sent those participating in
Advance Registration. Payment of fees is an integral part of
the registration process Registration (including payment of
fees must be completed on or before the proper due date.
Mail payments must be RECEIVED at Student Accounts, The
Hub, by this date. All payments for Full- and Partime
Students received after the due date are subject to a $25.00
LateFee.
Fees charged are based on the classification of a student
as Florida or Non-Florida, Full-Time or Part-Time,
Graduate, Post-Baccalaureate, or Undergraduate.
1. Students who register as freshmen, sophomores,
juniors, seniors, or in a fifth-year baccalaureate program
will be assessed the undergraduate registration fee.
2. Students who register in the Graduate School. as post-
baccalaureate students, or in the College of Law will be
assessed the graduate registration tfee
3. Special transient students will be assessed the graduate
registration fee for all courses taken if registered for a
graduate course 1600 level or above). The undergraduate
registration fee will be assessed only if the student is
registered for all undergraduate courses (500 level or
below.
Unless otherwise noled, the fees for each quarter include
fees for Matriculation, Student Health Services, Student
Activities,and a general Building Fee.
SUMMARY OF EXPENSES FOR FULL-TIME UNDER-
GRADUATE FLORIDA STUDENTS NOT ENROLLED IN THE
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.
Quarter Three Quarters
TUITION $15000 $ 450.00
FOOD 220.00 660.00
HOUSING 13500 40500
BOOKS 6000 180.00
MISC. 105.00 315.00
$670.00 $2,010.00
NOTE: Out-of-State undergraduate students should add
$300.00 to quarterly estimate and $900 to academic year
estimate
FEES ARE ASSESSED AS FOLLOWS-

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
A FULL-TIME lsesen hours or more) FLORIDA STUDENT
will pay a fee of $150.00 for each quarter for which he is
enrolled
A FULL-TIME (seven hours or more) NON-FLORIDA
STUDENT will pay fees of $450.00 for each quarter for which
he is enrolled 1$150 00 Registration plus $300.00 Non-
Florida Feel
A PART-TIME FLORIDA STUDENT, enrolled for six credit
hours or less. will pay. per quarter, a fee of $14.00 per credit
hour He will not be entitled to Student Actiuity or
Infirmary privileges
4 PART-TIME NON-FLORIDA STUDENT. enrolled for six
credit hours or less will pay. per quarter, a fee of $39.00 per
credit hour (514.00 plus $25 00 Non-Florida Fee). He will not
be entitled to Student Actisity or Infirmary privileges
GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-BACCALAUREATE


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EXPENSES


STUDENTS, AND STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE COLLEGE
OF LAW
A FULL-TIME (seven hours or more) FLORIDA STUDENT
will pay a fee of $175.00 for each quarter for which he is
enrolled.
A FULL-TIME (seven hours or more) NON-FLORIDk
STUDENTwill pay fees of $475.00 for each quarter for which
he is enrolled ($175.00 Registration plus $300.00 Non-
Florida Fee).
A PART-TIME FLORIDA STUDENT, enrolled for six credit
hours or less, will pay, per quarter, a fee of $16.00 per credit
hour. He will not be entitled to Student Activity or
Infirmary privileges.
A PART-TIME NON-FLORIDA STUDENT, enrolled for six
credit hours or less will pay, per quarter, a fee of $41.00 per
credit hour ($16.00 Registration plus $25.00 Non-Florida
Fee). He will not be entitled to Student Activity or Infirmary
privileges.
A student, FLORIDA OR NON-FLORIDA, enrolled in the
GRADUATE SCHOOL for THESIS ONLY, not to exceed six
hours credit, will pay a fee of $16.00 per credit hour, with a
minimum fee of $16.00. He will not be entitled to Student
Activity or Infirmary privileges.

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
A FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled in the MD program of the
College of Medicine will pay a fee of $900 per year, payable
in three installments of $300 each in September, January
and March.
A NON-FLORIDA STUDENT enrolled in the MD program
of the College of Medicine will pay a fee of $2,100 per year,
payable in three installments of $700 each in September,
January and March.
The fees shown are due and payable during the regularly
scheduled registration periods in the months shown above.
See the University Calendar at the front of this catalog for
applicable dates.
For further information see the College of Medicine
catalog.

GRADUATE ENGINEERING EDUCATION
SYSTEM (GENESYS)
A student enrolled in GENESYS will pay a fee of $40.00
per credit hour. The maximum fee charged will be $250.00.
Students enrolled in GENESYS are not entitled to Student
Activity or Infirmary privileges.
University policies concerning application and late fees
also apply to GENESYS, except that the $25.00 late fee will
not be assessed during the first week of classes.

SPECIAL FEES AND CHARGES
Audit Fee. A regularly enrolled full-time student may audit
courses without payment of an additional fee. Others must
pay fees of $14.00 or $16.00 per credit hour, depending on
classification. Auditors' permit forms may be obtained in
the Office of the Registrar. Fees are payable at Student
Accounts, The Hub.
Graduate Record Examination. The Aptitude Test of the
Graduate Record Examination is required for admission to
the Graduate School. A fee of $8 covers the cost of this
examination. Students who take one of the Advanced Tests
of the Graduate Record Examination in combination with
the Aptitude Test pay a fee of $16. These fees are payable to
the Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey
08540.
Graduate School Foreign Language Test. All students
wishing to be certified as proficient in a reading knowledge
of French, German, Russian, or Spanish, must take the


Educational Testing Service (ETS) Graduate School Foreign
Language Tests. A fee of $10 covers the cost of each
examination. This fee is payable to the Educational Testing
Service, Princeton, New Jersey 08540
librar) Binding Charge. Candidates for a graduate de-
gree with a thesis or dissertation pay $8.00 charge for the
permanent binding of the two copies deposited in the
University of Florida Library. This charge is payable at
Student Accounts, the Hub, by the date specified in the
Graduate Catalog. A copy of the receipt must be presented
at the Graduate School office.
Microfilming Charge. Candidates for a doctoral degree
pay $25.00 to cover the microfilming of the dissertation.
This charge is payable at Student Accounts, the Hub, by the
date specified in the Graduate Catalog.


PREPAYMENTS-UNIVERSITY
HOUSING
Beginning freshmen receive housing contracts
automatically when admission is approved. They are
required to prepay rent for the first quarter at that time.
This rental prepayment is refundable under certain
conditions as set forth in the housing contract
Applications for assignment to University housing
facilities for single students other than beginning freshmen
or for married students must be accompanied by a payment
of $10.00. This payment is nonrefundabae. It will be credited
against the first rental payment.


REFUND OF FEES
Fees will be refunded under certain conditions upon
presentation at Student Accounts, The Hub, of a
Registration Status form, issued by the Registrar and the
current Certificate of Registration.
No refund will be made under this policy except upon
proper application.
A full refund of tuition, registration and instructional fees
will be made if a student withdraws from the University or if
his registration is cancelled by the University on or before
the final day of the drop and add period.
No refund will be made if the student withdraws after the
final day of the drop and add period.
Commensurate refunds will be made to part-time
students.
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 incurred.
Delinquent accounts will be considered sufficient cause
for cancellation of registration, as University regulations
prohibit registration, graduation, granting of credit or
release of transcript for any student whose account with the
University is delinquent.






General
STUDENT AFFAIRS


Student Affairs

For a more complete description of student life and of
University regulations pertaining specifically to Student
Affairs, see Student Handbook.


VICE PRESIDENT FOR
STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Vice President for Student Affairs serves as a staff
officer, advisory to the President, in all matters pertaining to
students. As chief student personnel officer he serves as a
liaison between the Office of the President and other
administrative offices that deal with non-classroom
activities of students and with the self government
processes of student groups.
The Vice President for Student Affairs works toward
providing on the campus an academic climate that is
favorable to the spirit of serious inquiry and is concerned
with the maintenance of good communication and working
relationships among students, faculty and administrative
units as they labor together for the welfare of students.


OFFICE FOR
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
The Dean for Student Development has overall
responsibility for the general welfare of all students.
Together with his assistants, he provides an office for
personal counseling and advisement in all aspects of
student growth. Particular attention is given to academic,
financial, and social problems, and when necessary the
student is referred to other departments. faculty or
agencies. The Office consists of a Counseling and Services
section as well as a section for International Students.
Fraternities and sororities are within the administrative
and advisement responsibility of the Office for Student
Development.
The Office has a coordinate functional relationship with
the Director of Housing regarding student and staff needs
within University housing facilities.
The Dean for Student Development is the frrst point of
contact for information and assistance for interested groups
and individuals outside the University on questions
concerning students.


OFFICE FOR MINORITY AFFAIRS
The Office for Minority Affairs provides many serve ices for
disadvantaged students and minority groups at the
University of Florida. These services include tutoring,
referrals for academic advisement, counseling financial
assistance, and general guidance.


OFFICE FOR STUDENT CONDUCT
The Office for Student Conduct has The responsibility for
coordination of efforts to enforce the Code of Student
Conduct and such additional duties as the \ ice President
for Student Affairs 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 of Housing administers. supervises, and


coordinates all programs and operations in the residence
halls, the apartment villages, and the Off-Campus Housing
Office. He works cooperatively with the Dean for Student
Development as mentioned above.


GENERAL INFORMATION
Beginning freshmen who apply for admission to the
University will receive Housing Agreements upon approval
of admission No application for housing is made by a
beginning freshman.
All other students must initiate their arrangements for
housing either by (1) applying to the Office of the Director
of Housing for assignment to University Housing Facilities,
or (21 in the case of upper division students who wish to do
so, obtaining accommodations in private housing. (See Off-
Campus Housing Section).
All correspondence concerning applications for
University Housing should be addressed to the Director of
Housing, University of Florida, Gainesville. An application
for residence hall space for students other than beginning
freshmen may be filed at any time after an application for
admission to the University has been made However,
respective students are urged to apply as early as possible
because of the housing demand.
Roommate requests, can be considered if the individuals
wishing to room together submit their applications on the
same date, clearly indicate on their respective applications
their desire to room together. and are within similar
academic classifications.


RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS
ALL SINGLE FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE STUDENTS
IMEN AND WOMEN) are required to live in University
Housing. Upon written request, exceptions are made for
such students as those who commute, live in Gainesville
with their parents. or are married. Undergraduate men and
women other than freshmen may live at their fraternity or
sorority houses.
Housing contracts for all single students are for the
Agreement year of four quarters (September to August), if
the student is enrolled.


HOUSING ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
ORGANIZATION-University residence halls have been
designed and organized to emphasize the importance of
the individual student in small-size living groups. Each hall
provides opportunities for formal and informal educational
programs, together with social and recreational activities.
Many residents find their hall the center of their out-of-
class interests. What vou will find depends largely upon
your own contribution to the life of your hall. Programs and
activities vary from hall to hall and from year to year, since
they are based on the needs and interests of the students
themselves.
ST4iFF-In all residence halls or housing areas
professionally trained counselors and part-time resident
advisers are well-qualified to assist with group and
individual activities, as well as with matters of personal
concern to student residents In each living unit Ifloor or
section), resident advisers and student volunteers provide
group leadership and guidance.
SELF-GOVERNMENT-All students in the residence halls
are automatically entitled to participate in organizational
activities which can play a significant part in their
educational, social, and recreational life Officers and
representatives are elected to hall and area councils which
govern group activities and establish standards for group
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procedures of democratic self-government and for living
under the principles of the Honor Code.
in all residence halls, a small voluntary activity fee is
collected and controlled by the hall organization to meet
expenses of activities and programs.
ROOM FURNISHINGS-Rooms are equipped with
mattresses, mattress pads, waste baskets, desks, chairs,
closets, chests-of-drawers and venetian blinds. Residents
are encouraged to obtain their own drapes, pictures,
bedspreads, rugs, and desk lamps after arrival at the
Uniiersily
LINEN SERVICE-All students assigned to residence halls
are furnished a basic linen service. The charge is included in
the room rent. This service entities you to two ;heets. one
pillowcase, and three towels per week. Extra linens or
additional items such as blankets, pillows. and desk lamps
may be rented at a nominal cost.
TELEPHONE SERVICE-Room telephones are available in
all of the residence halls except Buckman Hall in the
Murphree Area. Each room telephone provides 24 hour
service on campus and within the Gainesville area. Charges
for long distance calls are billed monthly to the room
phone by Southern Bell and residents have responsibility to
pay directly to the Telephone Company. The cost for room
telephone is included in the room rent.


RESIDENCE HALLS FOR
SINGLE STUDENTS
Some variety in types of accommodations is provided by
the University. The double room for two students is the
most common type for men and women students. A limited
number of single rooms is available. In several of the
residence halls for men are suites for two students. Each
suite consists of two connected rooms: one, a bedroom;
the other, a study room.
The Twin Towers, Hume Hall, Graham Area, Tolbert
Area, and Yon Hall are totally air-conditioned. Other
residence halls, where student rooms are not air-
conditioned, provide centrally located air- conditioned
facilities for study and recreation.
Residence halls for single students are organized in nine
residential areas:
1. BROWARD HALL (women students only): The
Broward complex houses 630 students. Air-conditioned
facilities include a main lounge, library, recreation room,
television room, cafeteria, and sundry shop. Double rooms
are available and each floor has a community bathroom and
study room.
2. GRAHAM AREA (co-educational): This residence
complex consists of Graham Hall accommodating about 200
women students, and Simpson and Trusler Halls
accommodating about 200 men students each. On each
floor are community bathrooms and study rooms. A central
building for use by both men and women contains a main
lounge, library, recreation room, television, snack bar and a
bookstore. All student rooms are doubles.
3. HUME HALL (co-educational): This hall features two
separate wings, one for 326 women and one for 326 men
students. Central facilities provide a main lobby, library,
recreation room, and television room. A cafeteria and dry
cleaning station are also located within the area. Each floor
has a community bathroom and a study lounge. All student
rooms are doubles.
4. JENNINGS HALL (co-educational): Jennings provides
separate wings accommodating 174 men students and 314
women students respectively. Air-conditioned central
facilities include a cafeteria, main lounge, recreation room,
television room, library convenience store, and sundry
shop. Each floor, providing double rooms, also has
community bathrooms, and air-conditioned study rooms.


5. MURPHREE AREA (men students only): Murphree,
Thomas. Sledd. Fletcher, and Buckman Hall are all located
in this area. The' were the first residence halls built on the
University of Florida campus and represent the largest
living area for about 1300 students. Suites for two. single
and double rooms are available. All rooms are equipped
with lavatories. These halls are divided into separate,
vertical sections, accommodating from 16 to 60 students
each. There is a bath on each floor. A cafeteria and
Rathskeller are also located within the area.
Yon Hall, also located in the Murphree Area, provides
housing for 214 men students within the East stands of
Florida Field. Yon is completely air-conditioned and has
study rooms, a recreation room, and a television room.
Most student rooms are doubles with a few singles and
triples. Yon Hall is assigned primarily to men on athletic
scholarships.
6. RAWLINGS HALL (Women students only): Rawlings
houses about 350 students in double rooms. Community
bathrooms and study rooms are located on each floor and
the air-conditioned public area includes a main lounge,
library, recreation room, television room and cafeteria.
7. TOLBERT AREA (co-educational): This area consists of
Weaver and East Halls accommodating about 400 women
students and Tolbert, South, and North Halls
accommodating about 500 men students. Tolbert Area
contains single and double rooms with bath facilities and
study rooms located on each floor. Public facilities for the
area include a recreation room, television room, library-
study room, and snack bar.
8. TWIN TOWERS (co-educational, upperclass and
graduate students only): Each Tower, one for women and
one for men, accommodates approximately 400 students.
These buildings are entirely air-conditioned and carpeted
with a unique suite arrangement on each floor that virtually
eliminates traffic past suite doors. All student rooms are
suites for four including a study-kitchenette. The commons
building has a social room, library, and sundry shop.
9. YULEE AREA (co-educational): The Yulee Area
features three halls, Yulee, Mallory and Reid. Yulee and
Reid Halls each accommodate 150 men students; Mallory
Hall accommodates 150 women students. Single and
double rooms are available, with each floor having bath
facilities and a study room. Each of the three halls has its
own lounge; a recreation room and library are located
within the area.
Quarterly rent rates for a double room are currently
between $120 and $137 per student depending on whether
or not air-conditioning and telephone service are provided.
The quarterly rent rate, including uhIii, e. for the Twin
Towers is currently $156 per student. All of these rates are
subject to change.


APARTMENTS FOR MARRIED STUDENTS
The University operates four apartment villages for
married students. To be eligible to apply for and occupy
apartment housing on-campus, the following are necessary:
The married student must meet the requirements for
admission to the University of Florida, qualify as a fulltime
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 12 credit
hours is required fora full-time undergraduate student).
The married student must be a part of a 'j-rnrk unit,
defined as husband and wife with or without one or more
children.
The married 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 of occupancy, the tullow..ng
maximum income limitations:







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2 persons
$5,500.00


3 & 4 persons 5 & 6 persons
$6,400.00 $7,350.00


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 the
above scale cannot apply for or occupy an apartment
except in unusual circumstances. Exceptions may be grant-
ed only by the Committee on Student Housing,
FLAVET VILLAGE Ill, of temporary frame construction,
is now being phased out of use. No new applications for
thisarea are being accepted
CORRY AND SCHUCHT MEMORIAL VILLAGES, of
modern brick, concrete, and wood construction, contain
almost an equal number of one and two-bedroom
apartments, with a few three-bedroom units in Corry
Village only. These apartments are furnished with basic
equipment in the living room, kitchen, dining area, and
one bedroom. No furniture may be removed from
apartments in Corry and Schucht. Rent rates (subject to
change) are currently $60, $65, and $75 per month. Some
two bedroom apartments in Corrs villagee currently rent
for $70.00 per month. Applications for the three-bedroom
units may be made onlyby current residents.
DIAMOND MEMORIAL VILLAGE consists of 208 apart-
ments similar in construction, furnishings, and equipment
to those in Corry and Schucht Villages. Special features
include a community building with air-conditioned study-
meeting room, and a study cubicle in each two-bedroom
apartment. Rent rates (subject to change) are currently
$60.00 and $70.00 per month for one and two-bedroom
apartments respectively.
Residents in all villages must furnish their own linens,
dishes, rugs, curtains, or other similar items. Utilities are an
extra expense.
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
Private homes and privately operated rooming houses
and apartments provide many accommodations for
students. University student regulations are in effect for all
students living off-campus.
These regulations include the special provisions that (1)
all students under 21 years of age can live only in accommo-
dations listed by the Off-Campus Section of the Housing
Office; and (2) all students must give their exact residence
address at the time of registration, recording any address
changes at the registrar's office within 7 days after the
change is made.
Off-Campus listings are maintained in the Off-Campus
Section but are not compiled for mailing since availability
changes frequently. Students seeking off-campus housing
should come to Gaines ille one to three months before the
school period to confer with the Off-Campus Section about
accommodations. By writing to this section, students may
obtain in advance information brochures and housing
request forms.
COOPERATIVE LIVING ORGANIZATION, AND
SCHOLARSHIP HOUSE
These cooperative living groups are not administered by
the University, but are each governed by their own Board.
Among the qualifications for membership are scholastic
ability and reference of good character. The C L. 0 is
specifically operated by and for students with limited
financial means for attending the Universit\ Facilities of
both organizations are located conveniently to the campus.
A plication for membership in the C. L 0 should be
made to the Secretary at 117 Northwest 15 Street.
Gainesville. Requests for information regarding the
Scholarship House should be addressed to Florida Student
Housing and Scholarship Foundation. P 0 Box 13006,
University Station, Gainesville
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Most national fraternal groups with chapters at the


University maintain their own houses adjacent to or on the
campus. Freshmen are not permitted to live in fraternity or
sorority houses. University student regulations are in effect
for all sorority and fraternity houses.


INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Foreign Student Office corresponds with foreign
inquirers concerning the various educational opportunities
and admission requirements at the University. The office
coordinates closely with the Admissions Office in clearing
students for admission and arranges for authorizing a
United States visa. It assists in providing the reception,
housing and orientation of new foreign students. In
cooperation with other University offices and agencies off-
campus, it provides financial assistance as available. The
office serves, by counseling and direct action, as a
continuous service center for foreign students in solving
their problems of whatever nature. Close liaison is
maintained with academic counselors.
The Foreign Student Adviser is also the campus Fulbright
Program Adviser and he implements the regulations of the
United States Immigration and Naturalization Service
relative to foreigners at the University.



STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
The Student Financial Aid Office functions under policies
established by the Senate Committee on Student Financial
Aid of which the Director of Student Financial Aid is
secretary. Working in cooperation with the Office for
Student Development, student aid counselors interview
students pertaining to employment, loans, grants and
scholarships. This office serves as an important part of the
academic and personal counseling and guidance of
students seeking financial assistance. In every case an
attempt is made to suggest a balance between self-support,
parental help and institutional loans, grants and scholar-
ships. In order to assess need of applicants on an equitable
basis, the University of Florida participates in the College
Scholarship Service of the College Entrance Examination
Board. Inquiries or applications for student financial aid
and scholarship awards should be addressed to the Director
of Student Financial Aid.
All financial aid. i.e., scholarships, loans, grants, and
employment, is awarded as a "package" in response to
application submitted between November 1 and February
28 each year. Awards are made for a complete academic
year. Aid is rarely available for late applicants since
federal and stale appropriations are usually exhausted by
those who apply during the regular application dates.
Scholarships
Scholarships are available in limited numbers and within
fund limitations. Awards are gisen to applicants on the basis
of academic excellence, good character, leadership and
financial need. Additional awards are made by donors who
select the recipient directly. Hence. students are urged to
consult the resources of their home community, civic clubs.
sen ice organizations, and county educators.
Emplo ment
Employment is available to students on a part-time basis
while in school. Further, those who qualify\ under the
Higher Education Act of 1965 (College Work Stlud Program)
ma work 40 hours per week on campus or at approved
home town projects one quarter of the academic year
Eter', effort is made to direct applicants to positions that
will forward their educational goals. In general, first quarter
freshmen are discouraged from seeking employment until
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freshman feels he must work, then he should make an
application at the Office of Student Financial Aid.
Loans
Loans are available in two forms: (1) long-term loans
(including University of Florida, Federal, and State
programs); (2) small, emergency short-term loans. No
student should seek a short-term loan without a repayment
plan that does not depend on the approval of a university
ong-term loan.
Grants
Grants using federal funds are awarded (within fund
limitations) to those students whose financial need qualifies
them for consideration. Applications are not made for a
grant as such, but awardees are selected from the student
financial aid applications submitted during the regular
application dates shown above.
Awards
Awards are made to students in -ecognition of
exceptional achievement in various fields of sludeni life In
some instances these are cash grants; in others, medals,
certificates or keys.


UNIVERSITY CAREER PLANNING
AND PLACEMENT CENTER
The office serves as the central placement agency for the
University. It is located in suite G-22, of the Reitz Student
Union. Its services are available to all students and alumni
of the University without charge.
The primary aim of the Center is to assist students during
the course of their college program in identifying and
developing realistic career goals, and obtaining positions in
their chosen fields upon graduation. Similar assistance is
available to Alumni who are making changes of
employment.
Specific student services include:
a. Guidance and counseling in self-evaluation and career
planning.
b. Assistance in developing good interview techniques.
c. Guidance in the preparation and use of resumes and
letters of application.
d. Arranging campus interviews between employers and
students.
e. Maintaining qualification records and faculty ratings
for students and alumni.
f. Providing recruiting literature and information about
employers.
g. Preparing and mailing lists of job opportunities to
registrants.
h. A Career Information Library with specific information
about various businesses and industries, government
agencies, and educational institutions is maintained.
Functions of the Center include serving as liaison
between students and business firms, industrial and edu-
cational organizations, and governmental agencies seeking
college educated personnel for permanent employment.
The center also establishes and maintains a permanent file
of applicants' qualification records, which may be updated
and used at any time. It publishes bulletins listing
employment opportunities and interview schedules;
conducts studies of employment outlook, salary trends, and
related areas; provides a listing of career related summer
jobs.
Students are urged to use the services of this office for
vocational and career development planning as early as
possible and to establish a placement file by the end of
their junior year.


J. WAYNE REITZ UNION
The J. Wayne Reitz Union is the olicial center of campus
activities. The provision of facilities, services, and a varied
program of activities available to all persons of the
University "community" serves as the basic purpose of the
Union. The Union is governed by a Board of Managers,
consisting of eight students and six faculty members.
During May, 1967, the new J. Wayne Reitz Union
building was opened. Among the facilities and services
offered are music listening rooms, two art gallery areas, Arts
and Crafts Center, photographic dark rooms, browsing
library, a games area for bowling, billiards and table tennis,
public telephones, information desk, passenger and ride
wanted bulletin boards, display cases, barber shop, Union
Store, talent and band file. A large ballroom, an auditorium
and conference and meeting rooms are available for all
University organizations. Guest rooms are available for
official guests of the University, guests of students, faculty,
staff, and alumni.
The Reitz Union offers a complete range of food service
facilities and dining. A cafeteria and snack bar, a restaurant-
dining area, and complete catering services for small,
intimate groups or for a banquet for nine hundred persons
are included in the building.
Of particular significance to the educational program of
the University is the Student Activities Center, located on
the third floor. A distinctive physical arrangement of ottice,
and work space for Student Government, Traffic Court, all
student publications, the Honor Court, and many other
student groups enhances the effectiveness of the total
student activities program of the University.
The Union plans and promotes many social, cultural, and
recreational activities for the campus community.
Among the weekly activities are art exhibits, bridge
lessons and tournaments, dancing classes, current and
cultural films. Special activities such as receptions, dances,
intracampus and intercollegiate bridge, billiard and
bowling tournaments, music appreciation listening hours,
forums and book reviews, fashion shows, international
activities, picnics and special holiday parties are all a part of
the Union program.
A distinctive area of the new Union is the H. P. Constans
Theater, a 464-seat facility for the dramatic group, the
Florida Players, which provides excellence in design and
technical equipment for staging, lighting and acoustics.
The University's Camp Wauburg, operated by the Reitz
Union, is a recreational area for the exclusive use of
students, faculty, and staff of the University. This area, over-
looking a beautiful lake, is located nine miles south of the
campus.


STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE

The Student Health Service provides a spectrum of
medical services which includes primary medical care,
preventive medicine, health screening programs and
mental health consultation and counseling. These services
are available to all full-time students in the university.
The service consists of an out-patient clinic and a 45 bed
in-patient unit staffed by physicians, nurses, psycholo-
gists, laboratory and x-ray technicians and supporting per-
sonnel. It is housed in the Infirmary, which is centrally
located on the campus.
The service is a unit of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center
with its Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Health Related
Professions. The facilities of the Health Center are available
by consultation and referral through the Student Health
Service. Specialty clinics are available in the Infirmary in
some fields.






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The health fee is a part of the tuition fee paid by all
students. This fee covers ordinary out-patient visits, many
laboratory tests and some medications. When more
complicated diagnostic study or hospitalization is required,
additional charges are made. For this reason, a
supplemental health insurance plan is recommended.
A medical history and physical examination and certain
immunizations are required before registration at the
University.


UNIVERSITY FOOD SERVICE
Food Service provides facilities in six cafeterias and three
snack bars in locations convenient to dormitories and class
rooms. Students are offered high quality food at reasonable
prices. It is the policy of the University to provide well-
prepared food at the lowest possible cost. Students may
effect a savings by participating in the voluntary meal plan
which offers three meals a day, seven days a week or three
meals a day five days a week (Monday through Friday) on a
quarterly basis.



SPEECH AND HEARING CLINICS
The Divisions of Speech Pathology and Audiology,
Department of Speech, offer services without charge to any
University student who has a speech or hearing disorder.
This assistance is available at any time during the year and
therapy sessions are adjusted to individual schedules. The
student is encouraged to visit the clinics and to take
advantage of this service in room 436 Arts and Sciences
Building.



READING LABORATORY AND
CLINIC
The Comprehensive English Department sponsors the
University Reading Laboratory and Clinic as a free service
to students at all levels. Diagnosis and opportunities for self-
improvement are offered on an individual basis in the areas
of reading speed, comprehension, vocabulary, and study
habits. There are no outside assignments, grades, or course
credits given. Students may initiate or discontinue enroll-
ment at any time. Consultative work and other services are
also available to staff members. Interested persons may
apply at S.W. Broward Hall during regular daytime class
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Student Life





STUDENT ACTIVITIES
ORGANIZATIONS AND
PUBLICATIONS
Student Government. Student government in the
University of Florida is a cooperative organization based on
mutual confidence between the student body and the
faculty. Considerable authority has been granted the
Student Body for the regulation and conduct of student
allairs The criterion in granting authority to the Student
Body has been the disposition ofthe students to accept re-
sponsibility commensurate with the authority granted
ihem Generally speaking, the fields of student actiity
include regulation of extra-curricular affairs and the admin-
istration of the Honor System.
Every enrolled student, having paid his activity fee, is a
member of the Student Body and has equal vote in its gov-
ernment.
The University authorities feel that.training in acceptance
of responsibility for the conduct of student affairs at the
University is a valuable part of the educational growth of
the individual student. The Student Body is practically a
body politic, occupying its franchise under grant from the
Board of Regents and subject to its continued approval.
Student government is patterned on the state and
national form of government, but adapted to the local
needs of the Student Body. Powers are distributed into the
three branches: (1) legislative, which is embodied in the
Legislative Council; (2) judicial, which is embodied in the
Honor Court with penal and civil jurisdiction of all judicial
matters; (3) executive, embodied in the President and
shared with the Vice-President and the Treasurer of the
Student Body. Members of all three branches are elected
directly by the Student Body.
Women's Commission. The Women's Commission is an
association of women students concerned about the status
of undergraduate women at the Universary of Florida and
questions of women's rights in general. Its purposes are:
1. To promote the welfare of women students.
2. To provide programs and offer services to assist
women students in confronting the issues of the day.
3. To work for free access for women students to all seg-
ments of the university.
The Women's Commission replaced the Association of
Women Students which was primarily a regulatory and
judicial body. All women students are free to participate in
the activities of the Women's Commission.
Interhall Council. The purpose of the Interhall Council is
to provide an organization which will further serve as a
channel of communication between Residence Area
Councils, Student Government, and the Division of Hous-
ing, as well as coordinating individual Area Council
activities and representing the collective interests of all
residents.
The voting membership of the Interhall Council consists
of two representatives from each of the Area Councils.
Dramatics. Any student has an opportunity to participate
in several plays which are presented each year by the
Florida Players, a dramatic group under the direction of the
Department of Speech.
Legislative Council. The Legislaline Council is composed
of representatives elected from the colleges and living
areas on the campus and in general act as the Legislative
Branch of Student Government.


Publication. The Board of Student Publications publishes
The Seminole, the yearbook; The Florida Alligator. the
student newspaper: and The Florida Quarterly, a campus
literary magazine. Ediiors and student managers and staff
are selected from among interested student applicants.
Religious Activities. The University of Florida welcomes
the contributions of religious traditions to the campus com-
munity. The churches, centers and organizations associated
with the University offer a rich variety of programs and
ministries. There are also interdenominational and non-
denominational activities fostered by the University
Religious Association, working with the Coordinator of
Religious Activities in the Department of Religion.
Social Fraternities. Twenty-nine national social
fraternities for men have established chapters at the Uni-
versity. The general work of the fraternities is supervised by
the Interfraternity Council, composed of one delegate
from each of the representative fraternities. The national
fraternities at the University of Florida are Alpha Epsilon Pi,
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Theta Pi, Chi
Phi, Delta Chi, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta
Upsilon, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Kappa
Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Theta. Pi
Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma
Chi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Pi, Tau Epsilon Phi,
Tau Kappa Epsilon and Theta Chi.
Fifteen national women's social sororities have
established chapters at the University. Thirteen have built
chapter houses and two live in apartments. These living
quarters serve as the center of the activities of the
individual sororities. Primary jurisdiction in sorority matters
is vested in the Panhellenic Council. The fitteen chapters
are Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta
Gamma, Delta Phi Epsilon, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa
Delta, Phi Mu, Phi Sigma Sigma, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Kappa
and Zeta Tau Alpha.
Professional and Honorary Fraternities. Alpha Chi Sigma,
Chemistry; Alpha Delta Sigma, men in Advertising; Alpha
Epsilon Delta, premedical; Alpha Epsilon Rho,
broadcasting; Alpha Kappa Delta, sociology; Alpha Kappa
Psi, business, Alpha Lambda Delta, Women's freshmen
scholastic; Alpha Phi Omega, national service; Alpha Sigma
Mu, metallurgy; Alpha Zeta, agriculture; Angel Flight,
military; Arnold Air Society, military; Beta Alpha Psi,
accounting; Beta Gamma Sigma, commerce; Block &
Bridle, animal husbandry; Eta Rho Pi, health related profes-
sions; Delta Pi Epsilon, graduate business education; Delta
Sigma Pi, business; Delta Sigma Rho, honorary-forensics;
Delta Theta Phi, law; Eta Kappa Nu, electrical engineering;
Florida Blue Key, men's leadership; Gamma Alpha Chi,
Women's advertising; Gamma Theta Upsilon, geography;
Gargoyle, architecture & allied arts; Kappa Delta Pi, edu-
cation; Kappa Epsilon, pharmacy; Kappa Psi, professional
pharmacy; Kappa Kappa Psi, band; Kappa Tau Alpha,
honorary journalism; Lambda Gamma Phi, pre-veterinary;
Lambda Iota Tau, honorary literature; Lambda Tau, medical
technology; Mortar Board, national women's leadership;
Mortar & Pestle, pharmacy; Omicron Delta Epsilon,
economics; Omicron Delta Kappa, national men's leader-
ship; Order of the Coif. law; Phi Alpha Delta, law; Phi
Alpha Theta, history; Phi Beta Kappa, scholarship; Phi Chi
Theta, women's business; Phi Delta Delta, women's legal;
Phi Delta Kappa, education; Phi Delta Phi, legal; Phi Eta
Sigma, freshmen men; Phi Kappa Phi, scholarship; Phi Mu
Alpha, music; Phi Sigma, biology; Pi Lambda Theta, educa-
tion; Pi Mu Epsilon, mathematics; Pi Sigma Alpha, political
science; Pi Sigma Epsilon, professional sales; Pi Tau Sigma,
mechanical engineering; Propeller Club of the University
of Florida, business; Psi Chi, psychology; Rho Chi,
pharmacy, Rho Pi Phi, pharmacy Savant, Women student
leaders' service organization; Scabbard & Blade, military;
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music. Sigma Delta Chi, men in journalism: Sigma Delta Psi,
athletics. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, honorary earlh sciences;
Sigma Lambda Chi, building construction, Sigma Pi Sigma.
physics; Sigma Tau, engineering, Sigma Tau Sigma.
tutoring; Sigma Theta Tau, honorary nursing; Tau Beta Pi.
engineering; Tau Beta Sigma, women in band. Tau Kappa
Alpha, debating; Tau Sigma Delta. architecture: Theta
Sigma Phi, women in journalism; Xi Sigma Pi. forestry; Zeta
Phi Eta, women in speech.
Clubs and Societies. There are more than 200 student
clubs and organizations of the campus representing varied
interests and activities. These include academic interest
clubs, dance and social organizations, hobby groups.
publications, religious groups and others


HONOR SYSTEM
THEHONORSYSTEM. One of the finest tributes to the
character of the students at the University of Florida is the
fact the Student Body is a self-governing group The details
of the system by which this result is reached are explained
to all freshmen during the first week ol Iheir enrollment in
the University. However, each parent, as well as each
prospective student, is urged to read the following discus-
sion of the Honor System, as this phase of student govern-
ment forms the keystone of the entire system.
In addition to permitting student legislation on Questions
of interest to the members of the Student Body, execution
of the laws passed, and the expenditure of student funds,
the governing system at the Universit4 gives to the students
the privilege of disciplining themselves through the Honor
System. Inaugurated by some of our greatest educators in
higher institutions of the nation and early adopted in some
departments of the University of Florida, the Honor System
was finally established in the entire University in 1914 as the
result of student initiative. This plan, having met with the
approval of all officials of the University, was given the
sanction of the Board of Control, and student represenia-
tives were selected by the students to administer the system
Among the basic principles of an Honor System are the
conviction that self-discipline is the greatest builder of
character, that responsibility is a prerequisite of self-respect
and that these are essential to the highest type of
education. Officials of the Universitv and the Board of
Control feel that students in the University of Florida
should be assumed to be honest and worthy of trust, and
they display this confidence by means of an Honor System.
The success of the system is dependent upon the honor
of each individual member of the student body in that: (1)
he is duty-bound to abide by the principles of the Honor
Code, and (2) he is further pledged to report to the Honor
Court such violations of the Code as he may observe
Many men and women coming to the University for the
first time feel hesitant about assuming this responsibility, in-
asmuch as early school training has created feelings of anti-
pathy toward one who "tattle-tales' on a fellow-student
The theory of an Honor System adequately overcomes this
natural reaction, however, when it is realized that this
system is a student institution itself, and not a faculty
measure for student discipline, and that to be worthy of the
advantages of the Honor System each student must be
strong enough to do his duty in this regard. In this way the
responsibility for each student's conduct is placed where it
must eventually rest-on himself.
The Honor Code of the Student Body is striking in its
simplicity; yet it embodies the fundamentals of sound
character. Each student is pledged to refrain from-
(a) cheating, (b) stealing, (c) obtaining money or credit
for worthless checks.
On the basis of this Code, student, are extended all
privileges conceived to be the basic right of students of
honor. There are no proctors in the examination rooms.


each student feeling free to do his work, or to leave the
room as occasion arises. Secondly, fruits and supplies are
placed openly on the campus, with the confidence that
each student will pay for any he may take. This system
makes each student the keeper of his own conscience until
he has proved to his fellow-students that he no longer
deserves the trust placed in him.
A breach of the System may be flagrant and serious, or it
may be extenuated by circumstances. It may need only mild
corrective measures to help the violator obtain a finer
conception of right and wrong, it may need strong
measures. To enforce the System equitably the students
have established the Honor Court.
The Court is composed completely of students. The
Chancellor sits as judge in each case and is responsible for
maintaining and enforcing the Honor System. Records of
all proceedings are kept by the Clerk. The Attorney
General and his staff of Presenting Counsel prosecute the
cases before the Court and the Chief Defense Counsel and
his staff of Defense Counsel defend the student before the
Court. There are justices, elected from the various colleges
on the campus, who are responsible for investigations, and
maintaining the Honor System. 4 jury is empaneled at
random from the student body to decide the guilt or
innocence of the student. The Chancellor and %ice
Chancellor determine the penalty which can range from
severe reprimand, or penalty hours, to suspension or
expulsion.
Any student convicted by this Court has the right of
appeal from its ruling to the Committee on Student
Conduct. 4 tribute to the efficiency of the Honor Court in
its existence on the Florida Campus is realized in the fact
that, since its establishment, a surprisingly insignificant
number ol the Court's decisions have been altered upon
appeal.
The penal purpose of the Honor Court should receive
less stress, perhaps, than its educational purpose, which is
its most important function. The responsibility of acquaint-
ing every member of the Student Body with the purpose.
advantages, and principles of the Honor System is placed
upon members of the Court In line with this work,
members of the Honor Court participate in the orientation
program, each year during Orientation Week. In addition
to a series of explanatory talks at that time. special programs
are conducted by the Honor Court during the school year.
Honor System talks are delivered in the high schools of the
State upon request and at regularly scheduled times each
spring, and radio programs are broadcast especially for the
high schools from Station WRUF in Gainesville.
Talks are also given to fraternities, sororities, and other
organizations on the campus A brochure is printed and
distributed to each student and posters are placed in the
classrooms and dormitories to explain the Honor System.
In this way the Honor Court has endeavored to fulfill its
responsibility to the students who undertake the problem
of self-government and self-discipline at the University of
Florida
The parent of every prospective student should feel that
it is his responsibility to stress the paramount importance of
honorable conduct on the part of his son or daughter while
in attendance at the University of Florida. Dishonest action
brings sorrow both to parent and student.
Because University students have proved worthy of the
trust and responsibility involved in administering an Honor
System. this feature of student government has become the
greatest tradition at the University of Florida. It must be
remembered that inasmuch as it is primarily a student
responsibility, the future of the system rests with each new
class of students entering the University.
The University faculty and administration pledge their
support to the Honor System. Each student must support it
or in failing to support it. contribute to the loss not only of a
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the University of Florida are fully cognizant that by
fostering and supporting the ideals of self-government as
reflected in student government,. the support of American
Democracy will be more thoroughly imbedded in the
hearts of tomorrow's leaders.


INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS
University of Florida athletic program is a comprehensive
one with teams competing against regional and
intersectional opponents in nine intercollegiate sports.
Florida, a member of the Southeastern Conference, fields
athletic teams in football, basketball, cross country, base-
ball, track, golf, tennis, wrestling and swimming.
Physical facilities include Florida Field stadium with a seat-
ing capacity of 61,000, two baseball diamonds, a completely
equipped varsity tennis stadium, swimming pool, running
track, two football practice fields, an 18-hole championship
golf course and Florida Gymnasium, a facility which houses
ample dressing and training rooms, weight rooms, meeting
rooms, four practice courts and the 5100 capacity varsity
court.

INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS AND
RECREATION
Development of wholesome competition through
enjoyable participation in physical activities is an essential
aspect of a well-rounded college education. A successful
intramural program depends primarily upon student
interest in planning and executing the program as well as in
actual participation in various contests and recreational
activities.
Widespread student participation in intramural sports
and recreation in a tradition of long standing at the
University of Florida. The extensive offering of activities
provides every student an opportunity to take part as an
individual or as a member of a group in sports of a
competitive nature.
The Student Intramural Boards conduct the details of an
Intramural program comprising twenty sports ranging from
such individual and dual activities as archery, tennis, and
golf to such team sports as volleyball, basketball, and
softball. There are 16 leagues of competition included in
the program. These leagues are organized from sorority,
fraternity, dormitory, independent, law, engineering,
SAHPER and coeducational groups.
The Department of Intramural Athletics and Recreation
maintains a Recreational Sports Service which provides
other leisure time activities for students and faculty. This
service also provides complete information and guidance
for sports club activities. Where there is sufficient interest,
additional sports clubs are formed and individuals with
special ability in those areas are encouraged to act as
leaders.
Equipment is furnished for most activities and is made
available to any regularly enrolled student of the University
of Florida upon request.
Every student at the University of Florida is urged to
participate in Intramural activities as interest and time
permits.

AUTOMOBILE AND TRAFFIC
REGULATIONS
Graduate Students, Juniors, Seniors, students over
twenty-one, married, or living at a commuting distance
from the University are eligible to maintain and operate
automobiles.


All students must register their automobiles or
motorcycles at the University Traffic and Parking
Department during their first registration period at the Uni-
versity. There is a system for tines and a point system for on-
campus vehicle violations. A complete set of rules govern-
ing traffic, parking and vehicle registration may be secured
at the Office of Traffic and Parking, the Campus Police
Station, or the Student Traffic Court. Each student should
familiarize himself with these regulations upon registering
at the University.






General
STUDENT REGULATIONS


Student Regulations
For additional information relative to graduation, failure
in studies, conduct, social activities. etc., the student should
consult The Student Handbook and the sections of the
Catalog containing regulations of the separate colleges and
schools. Each student is held responsible for observance of
the rules and regulations of the Universitv insofar as they
affect him.

READMISSIONS
APPLICATION FOR READMISSION
The information contained in this section applies only to
students who have previously been enrolled at any level in
the University of Florida. Requirements for admission for a
student seeking to enroll in the University of Florida tor the
first time will be found in the Admissions section ot this
catalog. Please consult the INDEX for page numbers
How to Apply for Readmission. An applicant should
address a request to the Office of the Registrar for
application forms. Forms and directions vary with the level
of readmission and the applicant should indicate in his
request the college and the level of his last enrollment at
the University of Florida as well as the college and level for
which he wishes to apply. Applications must be received in
the Office of the Registrar by the deadline date for the term
as published in the University Calendar in the
Undergraduate Catalog in order to be considered.

READMISSION OF STUDENTS
1. Satisfactory academic record.
a) An applicant must be eligible to return to the
University of Florida on the basis of his previous academic
record at this institution. If he has attended any college or
university subsequent to his enrollment at the Uniersty ol
Florida, he must also have an average of "C" or higherr las
computed by the University of Florida) on all work
attempted at each such institution. The applicant must also
be in good standing and eligible to return to each
institution previously attended.
b) An applicant for readmission must meet the admission
requirements of the college or school he expects to enter
(Consult the appropriate college section of the catalog for
specific admission requirements.)

2. Satisfactory conduct record.
An applicant must present a satisfactory record ot
conduct. Regardless of other qualifications, an applicant
who has experienced major or continuing difficulties wi th
school or other authorities since his last enrollment at the
University of Florida may find his application tor
readmission disapproved.


CREDITS
The word credit as used in this Catalog refers to one
quarter hour.

DEGREES AND GRADUATION
The Board of Regents will confer the degree appropriate
to the course pursued under the following conditions
1. Curriculum requirements.-Certification by the Dean
of the college concerned that all requirements of the
course of study as outlined in the college announcement.
or its equivalent as determined by the faculty of the college
offering the course have been completed.
2. Recommendation of the faculty of the college
awarding the degree.
3. Residence requirements.-(a) The minimum


residence requirement for the baccalaureate degree is
three quarters. (b) Students are required Io complete the
last forty-five credits applied toward the baccalaureate
degree during regular residence in the college from which
the student is to be graduated. Exception to this regulation
may be made only upon written petition approved by the
faculty of the college concerned, but in no case may the
amount of extension work permitted exceed more than
eighteen of the last fifty-four credits required for a
baccalaureate degree (c) For residence requirements for
degrees in the College of Law see the College of Law
Catalog (d) For residence requirements of the various
graduate degrees see the Graduate School Catalog
4. Physical Education Requirements -Each Lower
Division student must complete three quarters of Required
Physical Education (PLC, PLM, PLW).
5. Aerage required -In order to secure a degree. a
student must have a "C" average or better in all credits
required in the Upper Division toward thai degree.
6. Two degrees -Two degrees of the same rank, e.g..
B.A and BS will not be conferred upon the same
individual unless the second degree represents at least
forty-five credits of additional work. with the necessary
qualitative and residence requirements
7. Continuous attendance -When a student's
attendance rs continuous, graduation according to the
curriculum under which he entered is permilltted, provided
the courses required are offered by Ihe University. If some
or all of the required courses are no longer offered, the
faculty of the college concerned will make such
adjustments for the individual student as are appropriate
for the curriculum involved As long as a student attends
the University as much as one quarter during any calendar
year. his residence is continuous.
8. Application for degrees -Students who expect to be
graduated must tile application lor the degree in Ihe
Registrar's Office on or before the time indicated in the
current Universily Calendar. Students must make
application in the quarter in which they expect to be
graduated, regardless of prev ious applications
9. Time limit -To receive a degree a candidate must
have completed- ta) all residence work required for
graduallion at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting
of the College Faculty solingon the candidates for degrees;
|b| all extension work at least two weeks prior to the
scheduled meeting of the College Faculty voting on the
candidates for degrees.
10. Extension ,work permitted -iNote. Extension work as
used below refers to both extension classes and
correspondence study).
a Students will not be permitted to take more than
eighteen credits of extension work during any academic
year
b Students will not be permitted to take more than
twelve credits of extension work during a quarter not in
attendance
c The amount of extension work for which students will
be allowed credit toward a degree at the University shall
not exceed one-fourth of the amount required for the
degree For additional regulations peculiar to the various
colleges see the appropriate section of this catalog or
consult the dean of the college concerned.
d. Students will not be permitted to take bv extension
work more than eighteen ot the last fifth-tour credits
necessary for a baccalaureate degree
e Simultaneous registration in residence and extension
work is permitted only upon approval of the dean of the
college in which the studenr is registered
11 Registration of Craduate Studentr - student must
be registered in the University for the term in which his
final examination is given and at the time he receives a
degree.








STUDENT REGULATIONS


MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM. LOAD
Some colleges have a maximum load which is stated in
the Catalog. In the absence of such statement the general
University regulation is followed. This regulation allors a
maximum load ol 15 credits for an average beli-' C made
during the preceding quarter of attendance. The minimum
load is 12 credits.
Simultaneous enrollment in correspondence courses,
extension work at another college or university is counted
in computing the maximum, but not the minimum load.
At the timeof registration a student, with the approval of
his dean, may register for less than the minimum or more
than the maximum load. After the regular regigIrariorn
period has closed, no student will be permitted to drop
below the minimum load unless he successfully petitions
the college in which he is enrolled.


DUAL REGISTRATION
A. Definition: Dual Registration, as used in this regula-
tion, refers to a student takinC i:ourses simultaneously at
BOTH the University of F lonrd.i ard another college of uni-
versity.
B. Dual Registration will be permitted ONLY under the
following conditions:
1. The student must have been admitted to the
University of Florida under the University's regular
admission policies. Even though he may have been
regularly admitted to another college or university, a
student must meet University of Florida admission
requirements in order to enroll at this institution.
2. Approval in writing for the dual registration must have
been secured by the student from the appropriate deans or
their authorized representatives at EACH institution. A
copy of such approval must be furnished at the time of
registration to the registrar at the University of Florida.
3. A student will not be permitted to register at the
University of Florida for a course which is a part of the
curriculum at the student's parent institution. This
requirement also applies if courses are available at the
parent institution which might be evaluated as equivalent
or acceptable substitutes for the University of Florida
course. The converse of these statements also applies to
University of Florida students registering for courses at
another institution.
4. Priority in assignment to classes at the University of
Florida will be given to regularly enrolled students.
5. A student taking courses at the University of Florida
will be required to register and attend classes under
the University of Florida calendar.
6. The student will pay appropriate fees at the University
of Florida based on the number of credit hours for which
he is registered at this institution.
It is the student's responsibility to insure that an official
transcript of work completed under a dual registration is
forwarded to the parent institution. Certification to
selective service, social security and veterans administration
programs is also the responbilir. of the individual student
who must request each individual institution to furnish
records as might be necessary.


GRADES
Results of students' work are recorded in the Registrar's
Office as follows:
1. Undergraduate students: Passing grades are A, B, C, D,
in order of excellence, and S-Satisfactory. Failing grades are
E-Failure, I-Incomplete, U-Unsatisfactory, X-Absent


from examination, EW-Dropped for non-attendance or
unsatisfaclory ork. and \% F -\ ilhdrev tailing
Grades of I and X are considered as failing grades, and
they must be changed to passing grades in accordance with
the dates set in the University Calendar or be counted as
grades of E in considering a student's record for graduation
or in calculating averages.
2. Graduate students: Passing grades for graduate
students are A, B, C and S. Grades of 'C' in courses below
600-level are acceptable for credit toward graduate degrees
only if the total program meets the B-average requirement.
C grades in 600- and 700-level courses count toward a
graduate degree only if an equal number of credit hours in
courses numbered 600 or above have been earned with a
grade of A.
SATISFACTORY-UNSATISFACTORY
GRADE OPTION
It is the University's desire to allow students to receive as
broad an education as possible. Therefore, students are
encouraged to take courses in disciplines in which they may
not have the proper background. They may take such
course work as electives and receive a grade of
S-satisfactory or U-unsatisfactory. These grades become
a part of a student's record but do not count in the grade
point average. To be eligible to enroll under the S-U grade
option, a student must be 1) in good standing-may not be
on any type probation or warning, 2) classified as an
undergraduate student, 3) approved by proper university
officials.
Only one course will be approved in any one quarter.
Exception-Required Physical Education may be taken
under the S-U option even when the option has been
elected in another course.
The deadline for electing an option is the deadline for
dropping as published in the calendar. However, no
change may be made in a student's option once the option
has been filed with the Registrar's office.


AVERAGES
1. Definitions: The term, average, as used in any
University regulation concerning probation or suspension,
always refers to average on work attempted at the
University of Florida. Grades received at other institutions
are not averaged with grades received at the University of
Florida for the purpose of meeting any average
requirement. Most honorary societies take into
consideration the quality of the work done at other
institutions in meeting any average requirement they may
have.
2. How computed: Averages are determined by
computing the ratio of grade points to quarter hours
recorded as attempted. Grade points are established by
equating each quarter hour as follows: A with 4, 8 with 3, C
with 2, D with 1, and E, EW, I, WF, and X with 0. In
computing averages, a course repeated is counted as many
times as grades for it are recorded. Hours for grades of S
and U are not computed in the grade point average.
3. Average each division (lower, upper): A student's grade
point average will be based on his work in each division.
That is, when a student is admitted to the upper division, his
grade point average shall begin anew and his academic
ad.erage will be based on his work in that division.


COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS
The comprehensive course examinations are
administered by the Board of University Examiners and are
given in December, March, June, and August of each year.
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STUDENT REGULATIONS


courses and be able to think in the several fields in a
comprehensive way in order to pass these examinations.
Standings on the comprehensive examinations are issued
by the Board of Examiners and are not subject to change by
any other agency.




APPLICATION FOR
COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS
University College students who are enrolled in a course
at the time the examination is given need not make
application for it. University College students who are not
enrolled in a course at the time an examination is given,
and who wish to take the comprehensive examination,
must apply in writing to the Board of Examiners for
permission prior to the last date set for filing such
applications. Applications will not be accepted from
students registered in the colleges of the Upper Divsiron.
Before the application is accepted the applicant will be
required to furnish the Board of Examiners with proof that
this privilege has not been used to avoid the payment of
usual University fees. Applications will be accepted only for
those examinations which are administered by the Board of
Examiners. The Board of Examiners is the only agency
authorized to give University College students
examinations by application
As a general policy the Board of Examiners will not
approve applications for comprehensive examinations if
anyofthe following conditions prevail
1. The student has been dropped from the course for
excessive absences or unsatisfactory work.
2. The student has previously laken the examination in
the course.
3. The student has completed other courses in the same
general field (e.g., the student who has had courses in
history, economics, etc., will not have an application for the
comprehensive course in the social sciences, CSS 111 or CS'
112, approved).




PROBATION, SUSPENSION, AND
EXCLUSION FOR ACADEMIC
REASONS
The University of Florida is responsible for providing the
best possible education in an economical and efticient
manner. In order to discharge this responsibility, the
University must require reasonable academic progress from
its students. Continuation of students who have
demonstrated a lack of the necessary ability preparation.
industry, or maturity to benefit reasonably from a program
of university study is inconsistent with the University's
responsibility as a tax supported institution
The University of Florida Senate has enacted regulations
covering probation, suspension. and exclusion These
regulations are directed toward enforcing the academic
standards of the Univeisity The academic standards of the
University require both the maintenance of grade point
averages consistent with a reasonable chance ol satisfactory
completion of the Universeit programs and reasonable
conformance to the catalog description ol the program of
study in which the student is engaged Any college of the
University may specify additional academic standards and
students are responsible for observing the regulations
pertaining to such standards


PROBATION BECAUSE OF
UNSATISFACTORY ACADEMIC
ACHIEVEMENT
The purpose of academic probation is to recognize
formally the fact that a student is making unsatisfactory
progress
The conditions of academic probation are intended to:
I1) Relate to quality of achievement below standards
required for ultimate graduation; (2) Recognize
unsatisfactory work at an early date; (3) Be sufficiently
significant to make clear to the student, his parents, and the
administration, the shortcomings of the student's
performance; 141 Provide occasion for counseling; 1(5 Give
students whose ultimate success is doubtful further
opportunity to demonstrate adequate performance.
All undergraduate students
A student with less than a 2.0 grade point average in his
respective division lower, upper) shall be placed on
scholarship %warning it he has a grade point deficit of nine
or less
A student with less than a 2.0 grade point average in his
respective division shall be placed on scholarship probation
if he has a grade point deficit of ten or more but less than
twenty.
Any student who is eligible to return to the University
after a suspension because of academic reasons will be
placed on scholarship probation for his next quarter.
In addition to University probation, a student may be
placed on probation by the College in which he is
registered if he does not maintain normal academic
progress in the program of study in which he is engaged.


CONTINUATION OF PROBATION
All Undergraduate Students
A student's scholarship warning shall be continued as
long as he has a grade deficit of one but not more than
nine. A student's scholarship probation shall be continued
as long as he has a grade poini deficit of ten but not more
than nineteen If his grade point deficit places him in
another probation category,. he shall be subject to the
provisions of that category


REMOVAL OF PROBATION
All Undergraduate Students
Scholarship probation and or scholarship warning will be
removed when a student's grade point deficit in his
respective division has been reduced to zero.
Remove al ol college probation
A student will be removed trom college probation when
it is deemed by his college that he is making satisfactory
academic progress in the program of study in which he is
engaged


SUSPENSION
The purpose of suspension from the University for
academic reasons is to remove from the Lnisersity those
students who would not ultimately meet requirements for
graduation if they continued at their current level of
progress.
The conditions of academic suspensions are intended to:
ill Select students whose performance indicates that they
will not fulfill the requirements tor graduation, (2)




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