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Clair Lynnette Worley

college professor

Clair Lynnette Worley, American college professor. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Ohio Academy Science; member Tennessee Academy Science, Botanical Society of America, National Education Association, American Society Plant Physiological (founder and 1st chairman southern section), Sigma Xi.

Background

Worley, Clair Lynnette was born on January 6, 1912 in Warren, Ohio, United States. Son of Glenn Lamont and Lillie Mabel (Brobst) Worley.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hiram College, 1934. M. S., University of Idaho, 1936. Doctor of Philosophy., University of Wisconsin, 1940.

Career

Assistant professor biology, University of Georgia, 1939-1942. Assistant division manager, Societe Haitiano-Americanine De Developpement Agricole, Bayeaux, Haiti, 1942-1943. Research microbiologist, S.M.A. Division of Wyeth Inc., Chagrin Falls, O., 1943-1945.

Professor biology and head department, Youngstown University, since 1945.

Works

  • Author: Basic Principles of General Biology.

Membership

Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Ohio Academy Science. Member Tennessee Academy Science, Botanical Society of America, National Education Association, American Society Plant Physiological (founder and 1st chairman southern section), Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Inga Nella Soley, August 21, 1937. Children: Ian Almer, Kaaren Lynn.

father:
Glenn Lamont Worley

mother:
Lillie Mabel (Brobst) Worley

spouse:
Inga Nella Soley

children:
Ian Almer Worley

Kaaren Lynn Worley