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John Stephen Smith

John Stephen Smith was American educational administrator, consultant.

Background

  • Smith, John Stephen was born on August 16, 1938 in Wheeling, West Virginia, United States. Son of Carl Edward and Martha Ellen (Van Meter) Smith.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Wheeling Jesuit College, 1960. Master of Science, Duquesne University, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pittsburgh, 1971.

    Career

    • Instructor biochemistry University Pittsburgh, 1962-1969, manager budget systems, 1969-1972. Assistant dean, assistant to chancellor Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans, 1972-1974. Assistant to vice president health affairs University Alabama Birmingham Medical Center, 1974-1978, assistant vice president health affairs, 1978-1988, associate vice president health affairs, 1988-1996, retired, 1996.

      Deputy director international program University Alabama Birmingham, 1980-1990. Consultant in field.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to academy journals.

    Membership

    Active Boy Scouts American, since 1978. Chairman special events Vulcan district, Birmingham, 1986-1990, chairman communications committee Birmingham Area council, 1991-1995. Member executive board Birmingham Area Council Education.

    Board directors Red Mountain Museum Society Birmingham, 1982. Member Association American Medical Colleges (chairman southern region planning 1979-1980, national chairman institutional planning 1980-1981), Association Institutional Research, Society College and University Planning, Committee Foreign Relations, Phi Beta Delta.

    Personality

    Interests

    Hiking, golf, reading.

    Connections

    • Married Bernice E. Eichenlaub, September 7, 1963. Children: Karl Bartholomew, Ann Kathryn, Suzanne Lee.
    • father: Carl Edward Smith
    • mother: Martha Ellen (Van Meter) Smith
    • spouse: Bernice E. Eichenlaub
    • children: Karl Bartholomew Smith
    • Ann Kathryn Smith
    • Suzanne Lee Smith
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