Agnes Jacqueline Everington Jacobs, American wildlife federation executive.
Jacobs, Agnes Jacqueline Everington was born on June 17, 1923 in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of James Pate and Agnes Kathleen (Scurry) Everington. Bachelor of Arts, Coker College, Hartsville, South Carolina, 1944, Doctor of Letters (honorary), 1986.
M.S, University South Carolina, 1961, Doctor of Philosophy. in Biology, 1968. Postgraduate in education for ministry University of South, 1989-1992.
Teacher public schools, Columbia, South Carolina, 1957-1964, 71-73. Instructional television specialist South Carolina Department Education, 1968-1971. Coordinator Institute Environmental Studies, University South Carolina, The Citadel, Clemson University, summers 1972-1977.
Executive director South Carolina Wildlife Federation, Columbia, 1974-1983. Member executive committee South Carolina Governor's Overall Recreation Plan Exchange Council, since 1975. Charter member South Carolina Environmental Education Association, since 1976.
Lecturer to various civic organizations, garden clubs, Rotary Lodges, scouts. Member choir St. Michael and All Angels' Church, Columbia, lay reader, 1980, member vestry, 1980-1983, senior warden, 1983. Trustee Coker College, 1971-1977, president Alumni Association, 1975-1977.
Board visitors Coker College, 1977-1980. Vice chairman citizens' environmental planning committee Center Midlands Regional Planning Council, 1976-1983. Member South Carolina Coastal Council, 1976-1977.
Member citizens' advisory committee Riverbanks Zoo, Columbia, since 1979. Member Russell Dam Task Force, 1979-1983. Board directors Year of Coast, 1980.
Member South Carolina Forestry Study Group, United States Department Agriculture, 1979. Wildlife advisory committee College Agricultural Sciences, Clemson University, 1976-1982. Board directors Harry R.E. Hampton Wildlife Memorial Fund, 1983-1988.
Co-chairman Governor's Council Natural Resources and the Environmental, 1983-1985. Executive committee South Carolina Marine Science Museum, since 1986. With United States Marine Corps Women's Reserve, 1944-1946.
Author: Life Science-Teacher's Guide to Independent Television Courses, 1970. Also science papers. Producer-teacher Independent Television Life Science series, 1969-1970. Producer films The Loggerhead Turtle Story, 1971, South Carolina Coastal Nesting Birds, 1971, Life in the Coral Reef, 1971, The Russell Dam– A Question of Values, 1977.
One Percent, 1980.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute Biological Sciences, Association Southeastern Biologists, National Association Biology Teachers (Outstanding Biology Teacher award for South Carolina 1963), South Carolina Association Biology Teachers (president 1965), South Carolina Academy of Sciences (president 1973), South Carolina Education Association (life), Richland County Legal Auxiliary (charter), Wildlife Society (charter.
Married Harold Weinberg Jacobs, May 11, 1947. Children: Patricia Francyl, Janet Carolyn, James Cecil.
James Pate Bachelor of Arts
Agnes Kathleen (Scurry) Everington. Bachelor of Arts
Decorated Letter of Commendation. Recipient Con...Decorated Letter of Commendation. Recipient Conservation Educator of Year award South Carolina Wildlife Federation, 1970, F. Bartow Culp award, 1975, Conservationist of Year award, 1983. South Carolina Conservation of Year award Woodmen of World, 1975, Outstanding Service award National Wildlife Federation, 1977, Distinguished Service award, 1983, Outstanding Alumni award Coker College, 1980, South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resource Department and Commission's Meritorious Service award, 1983, Governor's Order of Palmetto, 1983, certified appreciation South Carolina Trappers Association, 1983, meritorious service citation South Carolina Environmental Education Association, 1983.\r\nNational Science Foundation fellow, 1959-1960, 63-65, W. Gordon Belser fellow University South Carolina, 1964-1965. Belle W. Baruch Foundation grantee University South Carolina, 1967-1968, Environmental Protection Agency film grantee, 1980.