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academic administrator , researcher

Norine Elizabeth Noonan, American academic administrator, researcher. Recipient Special Performance award Office of Management and Budget, 1987, 88; grantee Florida division American Cancer Society, 1977, National Institutes of Health, 1979, National Science Foundation, 1979.


Noonan, Norine Elizabeth was born on October 5, 1948 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Alaric Edwin and Norine (Radford) Freeman. Bachelor, summa cum laude, U. Vermont, 1970.


Bachelor summa cum laude, University Vermont, 1970. Master of Arts, Princeton University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1976.


Assistant professor College Veterinary Medicine, University Florida, Gainesville, 1976-1981, associate professor, 1981. Research associate professor Georgetown University, Washington, 1981-1982. A. Chemical Society science fellow United States Senate Commerce Committee, 1982-1983.

Program and budget analyst Office Management and Budget, 1983-1987, acting branch chief science and space programs, 1987-1988, branch chief, 1988-1992. Vice president research Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, since 1992, dean graduate school, since 1993. Member board advisors United States Foundation for the International Space University, 1989-1990.

Distinguished lecturer MITRE Corporation Institute, 1991. Visiting faculty Executive Seminar Centers, Office Personnel Management. Consultant committee chemical public affairs American Chemical Society.

Member space science advisory committee National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Member committee Antarctiv policy and science National Research Council. Member future of space science Department of Energy environmental management science program National Research Council.

Councilor Oak Ridge Association Universities. Trustee Southeast Universities Research Association, also chair finance committee.


  • Other Work

    • Member editorial board Florida Today, 1997. Contributor articles to science journals.


Volunteer Baltimore City Fair, 1982-1991. Board directors Brevard Symphony Orchestra, 1993-1996, Wolf Trap Farm Park Associates. Board directors Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts, 1988-1992, member executive committee, 1990-1992, executive vice chairman, 1991-1992, treasurer, 1992.

Member advisory council Brookings Institution Center for Public Policy Education, 1989-1993. Treasurer White House Athletic Center, 1990-1992, Potomac Basset Hound Club, Space Coast Tiger Bay Club. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science (member at large section general interest in science and technical 1994-1997, chair elect since 1997, member science, engineering public policy committee).

Member American Society Cell Biology, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa (president Florida chapter 1980-1981).


  • Other Interests

    Running, purebred dogs, fishing, cooking, aerobics.


Alaric Edwin Bachelor

Norine (Radford) Freeman. Bachelor