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consultant , Fisheries research educator

James Larry Wilson, American Fisheries research educator, consultant. Certified fishery scientist, Tennessee. Judge regional science fair, Knoxville, since 1980. Member American Fisheries Society (Outstanding Svc. to Fisheries award Tennessee chapter 1985, president southern division 1993-1994), Sigma Xi, Gamma Sigma Delta (president 1983-1984).

Background

Wilson, James Larry was born on February 9, 1942 in Jackson, Tennessee, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Union U., Jackson, 1964; Master of Science, U. Florida, 1967; Doctor of Philosophy, U. Tennessee, 1970.

Career

Assistant professor, U. Tennessee, 1970; associate professor, U. Tennessee, 1975; professor, U. Tennessee, since 1983. Consultant to various state, regional and national agys., since 1971. Vice president, board directors Machine Tool & Supply Corporation.

Achievements

  • Certified fishery scientist, Tennessee.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Politics

All human life is sacred and created by God and therefore, we must see all human life as significant and valuable. When governments implement the death penalty, then the life of the convicted person is devalued and all possibility of change in that person’s life ends.

Views

All individuals should be sensitive to others by using appropriate language when referring to any person.

Membership

Judge regional science fair, Knoxville, since 1980. Member American Fisheries Society (Outstanding Svc. to Fisheries award Tennessee chapter 1985, president southern division 1993-1994), Sigma Xi, Gamma Sigma Delta (president 1983-1984).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, tennis, basketball, reading.

Connections

Son of James C. (Pete) and Walterine (Temple) W. Married Deborah Kay Danner, August 23, 1985. Children: Benjamin Tyler, Sarah Blackburn.

father:
James C. Wilson

spouse:
Deborah Kay Danner

children:
Benjamin Tyler Wilson

Sarah Blackburn Wilson