Luther Halsey Gulick Edit Profile
AB, Oberlin College, 1914. AM, Oberlin College, 1915. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Oberlin College, 1939.
Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1920. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Whitman College, 1952. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Columbia University, 1954.
Secretary Joint Special Committee on Budget, Massachusetts General Court
assistant chief of section, Council National Defense, World War I
former staff member in public finance and taxation, New York Bureau Municipal Research
director, New York Bureau Municipal Research, 1920-1921;
city administrator, New York City, 1954-1956;
president, National Institute Public Administrn., 1921-1931;
with, Institute Public Administrn., 1921-1962;
chairman of the board of trustees, Institute Public Administrn., 1962-1982. Counsel research staff legislation committees and tax departments various states. Eatonprof. municipal science and administration Columbia University, 1931-1942.
Lecturer variousunivs. and profl organizations including National Recreation Association, American Political Science Association, American Society Public Administration. Director Commission Inquiry on Public Svc. Pers., 1933-1936; member President's Committee Administrative Management, 1935-1938.
Consultant chief of staff War Department, 1940-1942. Staff War Production Board, 1940-1944. Assistant to director Smaller War Plants Corporation, 1943-1944.
Consultant numerous governmental agys., administrator various governmental organizations for research and investigation, during and following World World War II. Member of staff United States Reparations Mission, Moscow, Potsdam, Tokyo, Manila, 1945, Paris, Brussels, Nuremberg, Vienna, 1946. Consultant foreign goverments and United Nations, 1953-1972, Committee Economics Development.
Metropolitan Problem and American Ideas
(Lectures delivered on the William W Cook Foundation of th...)
- Administrative Reflections from World War II
- American forest policy,: A study of government administration and economic control
- Metropolitan Problem and American Ideas
Trustee Oberlin College, 1940-1948, National Recreation Association, National Audubon Society, National Planning Association First lieutenant United States Army. Member American Political Science Association (president 1953), American Society Public Administration (past president), University Club, Greensboro Yacht Club, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi BetaKappa.
Married Helen McKelvey Swift, 1917 (deceased 1969). Children: Clarence Swift, Luther Halsey. Married Carol Willis Moffett, 1970 (deceased 1989).
1920 - 1921
1920 - 1921
1921 - 1931
1954 - 1956