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academic administrator , educator

F. Daniel Larkin, Italian academic administrator, educator. Certified teacher grades K-12 State Education Department - New York, 1964. Recipient Research Excellence award, New York State Board Regents, Education Department, 1990.


Larkin, F. Daniel was born on October 27, 1938 in Rome. Son of Francis M. and Frances E. Larkin.


Bachelor of Science in Education, State University College, Brockport, New York, 1963. Master of Science in Social Studies, State University Albany, New York, 1964. Master of Arts in History, State University Albany, New York, 1968.

Doctor of Philosophy in United States History, State University Albany, New York, 1976.


Professor State University of New York, Oneonta, since 1965, chair, history department, 1981—1987, 1990—1995, distinguished service professor, 1995, dean, academic support services, 1995—1999, provost & vice president academy affairs, since 1999, interim associate vice-chancellor, academic programs system administration Albany, 1987—1988.


  • Certified teacher grades K-12 State Education Department - New York, 1964.


  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: (book) Erie Canal: New York's Gift to the Nation. Author: John B. Jeruis: An American Engineering Pioneer, New York State Canals: A Short History, Pioneer American Railroads: The Mohawk & Hudson and the Saratoga & Schenectady. Co-author: (textbook) New York Yesterday and Today.


Member New York State Board Tourism Commissioners, Albany, 1977—1984. Fellow: New York Academy History. Member: Albany Institute History and Art, New York State History Association, New York History Society, Society History of Technology.


Married Grace E. DeLong, August 14, 1965. Children: Katherine E., Susan J. Gillette.

Francis M.

Frances E. Larkin

Grace E. DeLong

Susan J. Gillette Larkin

Katherine E. Larkin