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Robert Franklin Morris, American food technologist. Sea Grant research grant, Cornell University, 1974, Sea Grant research fellowship, 1973. Member of World Future Society, American Horticultural Society, American Dietetics Association, Society International Development Indoor Light Gardening Society, American Society Horticultural Science, Institute Food Technologists.

Background

Morris, Robert Franklin was born on November 4, 1946 in McPherson, Kansas, United States. Son of Frank Abraham and Blanche Rosalind (Almen) Morris.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Arizona State University, 1970. Bachelor of Science in Zoology, 1971. Master of Science, 1971.

Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1975.

Career

Director food technical World Food Systems, Washington, 1975—1977. Research associate National Academy of Sciences, Board Science and Technology International Development, 1977—1978. Agribusiness and postharvest consultant United States Dept State, Agency for International Development, League International Food Education, 1978—1979.

Senior professional Human Resources Management, Inc., Washington, 1979—1980. Postharvest food technologist Agency for International Development, since 1980. Member special committee on irradiation processes agricultural products Agricultural Research Institute, since 1984.

Member United States National Committee International Institute Refrigeration, 1984—1985. Member committee American National Standards Institute, 1984—1985.

Membership

Member of World Future Society, American Horticultural Society, American Dietetics Association, Society International Development Indoor Light Gardening Society, American Society Horticultural Science, Institute Food Technologists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cooking, carpentry, gardening, glass blowing, computers.