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David William Ehrenfeld

David William Ehrenfeld, American biology professor, writer. trustee E.F. Schumacher Society, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1979-2002, board founders, since 2003; board trustees Caribbean Conservation Corporation, Gainesville, Florida, since 1980, Educational Foundation American, Westport, Connecticut, 1987-1993, 98-2002. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science; member Ecological Society America.

Background

  • Ehrenfeld, David William was born on January 15, 1938 in New York City. Son of Irving and Anne Ehrenfeld.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Harvard College, 1959. Doctor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, University Florida, 1966.

    Career

    • From assistant professor biology to associate professor biology Barnard College Columbia University, New York City, 1967-1974. Professor biology Rutgers University, School Environmental and Biological Sciences, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1974—1996, professor II, since 1996. Editorial board member Koedoe South African National Parks, since 2009.

    Works

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Trustee E.F. Schumacher Society, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1979-2002, board founders, since 2003. Board trustees Caribbean Conservation Corporation, Gainesville, Florida, since 1980, Educational Foundation American, Westport, Connecticut, 1987-1993, 98-2002. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science.

    Member Ecological Society America.

    Connections

    • Married Joan Gardner, June 28, 1970. Children: Kate, Jane, Jonathan, Samuel.
    • father: Irving Ehrenfeld
    • mother: Anne Ehrenfeld
    • spouse: Joan Gardner
    • children: Kate Ehrenfeld
    • Jane Ehrenfeld
    • Jonathan Ehrenfeld
    • Samuel Ehrenfeld
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    Born January 15, 1938
    Nationality
    • 1959
      Harvard College
    • 1963
      Harvard Medical School
    • 1966
      University Florida
    • 1967 - 1974
      From assistant, professor biology to associate professor biology Barnard College Columbia University
    • 1974 - 1996
      professor, biology Rutgers University
      New Brunswick, Canada