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Julius S. Bud Prince Edit Profile

also known as Bud Prince

foreign service reserve officer

Julius S. Prince was American foreign service reserve officer. Recipient Letter of Commendation, Adjunct General Canada Army, 1946, Superior honor award Agency for International Development, 1968, Letter of Commendation, 1977.


Prince, Julius S. Bud was born on July 21, 1911 in Yonkers, New York, United States. Son of Julius and Clara B. (Rich) Prince.


Bachelor of Arts, Yale University, 1932;Doctor of Medicine Columbia University, 1938;Master of Public Health, Columbia University, 1948;Doctor of Public Health, Doctor of Public Hygiene, Harvard, 1957.


Intern, Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, 1939-1940;assistant resident medicine, New York University division Goldwater Memorial Hospital, 1941-1942;district state health officer, New York State Department Health, Jamestown, 1948-1958;chief public health division, United States Agency for International Development, Ethiopia, 1958-1967;principal investigator demonstration and evaluation project, Agency for International Development, Ethiopia, 1959-1967;chief, Africa division Population and Humanitarian Affairs, Population Office, Agency for International Development, Washington, 1967-1973;director, Africa Regional Population Office, Accra, Ghana, 1973-1974;chief health, population and nutrition projects, Agency for International Development, Ghana, 1974-1976;consultant international health, APHA, 1977-1978;consultant international health, Pacific Cons., Inc., 1978-1982;consultant international health, RONCO Inc., 1982;public health specialist/senior health advisor, One American, Inc., 1982-1987;senior public health and nutrition specialist, International Science and Technology Institute Inc., 1985-1994;consultant on international health, since 1985. Report on sustainability of Agency for International Development supported health, population and nutrition programs, Ghana, 1963-1985, Center Development Information and Evaluation Agency for International Development,1988, Annotated History of Agency for International Development-Supported Health and Nutrition Research:From Outset to Present, Introduction and Background, Agency for International Development Office Health, 1991, Compendium of Abstracts, 1985-1992, research by historically black colleges universities under Agency for International Development University Center/Research and University Development Linkages, 1985-1992.


Served from lieutenant to major Medical Corps Royal Canadian Army, 1942-1946. Fellow American Public Health Association (Lifetime Achievement award 1996), Society Applied Anthropology, Washington Academy of Sciences, Royal Society Health, American College Preventive Medicine. Member American Medical Association, New York State Public Health Association (president 1957), Pan American Medical Association, American Association World Health (emeritus member board directors), International Society Hypertension in Blacks, International Union for Science Study of Population, Population Association American, Society International Development, National Council International Health (award 1992), World Medical Association, Society Prospective Medicine, Canada Society International Health.


Married Eleanora Molloy, July 6, 1943. Children: Thomas Marc, Tod Ainslee (deceased), Richard M. Johnson.

Julius Prince

Clara B. (Rich) Prince

Eleanora Molloy

Thomas Marc Prince

Tod Ainslee Prince (deceased)

Richard M. Johnson Prince