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Ronald D. Humphrey

educator , microbiologist

Ronald D. Humphrey was American microbiologist, retired educator. Member American Society Microbiology, Texas Branch American Society Microbiology, American Association of University Professors, Texas Association College Professors (local president since 1988), Brenham Evening Lions Club (president 1986-1987), Texas Association Advisers of Health Professions.

Background

Humphrey, Ronald D. was born on March 31, 1938 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of Walter D. and Edna G. (Carroll) Humphrey.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Colorado State University, 1960. Master of Science in Bacteriology, Colorado State University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, University Texas, 1970.

Career

Teaching assistant Colorado State University, Fort Collins, 1960-1963, University Texas, Austin, 1966-1970, teaching associate, 1970. Research appointee Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, summer 1978, Oak Ridge (Tennessee) National Laboratory, summer 1985. Professor Prairie View (Texas) Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1970—2005, retired, 2005.

Graduate advisory biology, Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical University, since 1988, co-sponsor honor society for biology, since 1970.

Membership

Member American Society Microbiology, Texas Branch American Society Microbiology, American Association of University Professors, Texas Association College Professors (local president since 1988), Brenham Evening Lions Club (president 1986-1987), Texas Association Advisers of Health Professions.

Connections

Married Julia F. Hamlett, February 6, 1960. Children: Sean N., Lara S.

father:
Walter D. Humphrey

mother:
Edna G. (Carroll) Humphrey

spouse:
Julia F. Hamlett

children:
Sean N. Humphrey

Lara S. Humphrey