AB, Amherst College, 1938. AM, Columbia University, 1939. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1942.
Research specialist Department State, 1942-1945, specialist dependent area affairs, 1945. Assistant committee secretary International Secretariat, United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, 1945. Member United States delegate to United Nations, 1946.
Special assistant to secretary-general, chief division of reports and documentation, deputy secretary-general, permanent mission and United States delegate United Nations General Assembly, 1946-1950. Pron. secretary United Nations Mission to Libya, 1950-1952. Personal representative United Nations secretary general, 1950-1955.
Resident representative United Nations Technology Assistance Board in Libya, 1952-1955. United Nations observer Libyan Public Development and Stabilization Agency, 1952-1955. United Nations adviser Libyan Finance Corporation, 1953-1955.
Special assistant to chairman United Nations Technology Assistance Board, 1955, resident representative in Iran, 1955-1961. Chief administrative officer United Nations Emergency Force, Egypt, 1956-1957. Resident representative United Nations Technology Assistance Board and Special Fund, Pakistan, 1961-1966.
Special adviser to administrator United Nations Development Programme, 1966-1967. Executive secretary Fund of United Nations for Development of West IRian, 1967-1970. Regional representative United Nations Development Programme, Thailand, 1971-1976.
Consultant, from 1976.
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Member American History Association, Council Foreign Relations New York, Phi Beta Kappa.
Son of Thomas F. and Mabel (Quinn) P. M. Mina Waterman, December 12, 1942 (divorced). 1 daughter, Margaret.
M. Julia Minds Shimmel, August 23, 1974.