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Everett Wilson Stude,, American rehabilitation counselor, educator. Recipient numerous grants; selected to give First Annual Andrew F. Marrin Memorial lecture, 1978.


Stude,, Everett Wilson was born on December 27, 1939 in Fresno, California, United States. Son of Everett Wilson and Vera Mae (Williams).


Bachelor, Pasadena College, California, 1961. Master of Science, California State University, Los Angeles, 1963. Certified psychiatric intern, University Oregon Medical School, 1965.

Doctor of Education, University Southern California, 1972.


Counseling psychological trainee Veterans Administration Hospital, Long Beach California, 1963. Rehabilitation counselor California Department Rehabilitation, Pasadena, 1963-1966, assistant to regional administrator Los Angeles, 1966-1967. Vocational rehabilitation coordinator, director training Rehab Research and Training Center, University Southern California School Medicine, 1967-1971, instructor, fieldwork coordinator School Education rehabilitation counseling masters degree program, 1967-1971.

Member faculty California State University, Fresno, since 1971, professor rehabilitation counseling, 1976, program coordinator, 1980-1992. Vocational expert, social security disability insurance program Bureau Hearing and Appeals, since 1972. Contract rehabilitation counselor VA, 1981-1985.

Vocational economic analyst Vocational Economics, Inc., 1990-1998.


Chairman Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce Junior Golf Tournament, 1964. Board directors Day Care Center, Friends Community Church, Fresno, 1976-1977, member ministry and cousel, 1977-1980, chairman, 1980. Member American Council Association (senator 1975-1978, chairman, treasurer Western Region branch assembly, 1979-1981, board directors 1981-1984, member Ethical Standards and Practice Committee 1985-1988), National Rehabilitation Association (executive board Southern California 1969-1971, president San Joaquin Valley chapter 1978-1979), California Rehabilitation Counselors Association (president 1971-1972, 1985-1986, newsletter editor 1975-1977, 1986-1993, Outstanding Contribution to Profession award 1977, Citation Merit 1978), California Association for Council and Development (president 1973-1974, member Professional Standards and Ethical Practices committee 1987-1992, member editorial board 1990-1994), National Council on Rehabilitation Education (member editorial board since 1987, Second vice president 1989-1990, 1st vice president 1990-1991, president 1991-1992, past president 1992-1993).


Son of; married Mary-Ann Meadows, June 11, 1960. Children: Susan, Sandra.