William Beverley Scott Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, University Toronto, 1942; Doctor of Philosophy, University Toronto, 1950; Doctor of Science, University N.B., 1985; Doctor of Science, Queens U., 1994.
Curator ichthyology department, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1948-1977; associate director, Royal Ontario Museum, 1973-1975; director, Huntsman Marine Laboratory, St. Andrews, N.B., Canada, 1976-1982; senior scientist, Huntsman Marine Science Centre, since 1982; associate professor to professor department zoology, U. Toronto, 1962-1983; professor emeritus, U. Toronto, since 1983; board directors, Ontario Council Commercial Fisheries, Port Dover, Ontario, Canada, 1954-1976; board directors, Canada National Sportsmen's Shows, Toronto, 1974-1978; research associate, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, since 1977. Honorary curator Royal Ontario Museum, 1994, curator emeritus, 1994.
Board of directors Metropolitan Toronto Zoological Society, Canada, 1970-1975. Board of trustees Canada National Sportsmen's Fund, 1977-1985, Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Center, St. Andrews (N.B., Canada), 1965-1981, Ross Memorial Museum, 1979-1994. Served tocapt. Canada Army, 1942-1945, PTO. Fellow Royal Society Canada.
Member Toronto Sportsmens Association (life, board directors 1955-1970). President American Society Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (1972), Canada Society Zoologists (honorary life member, associate editor 1973-1977), American Fisheries Society (Award of Excellence 1986), International Game Fish Association, American Institute Fishery Research Biologists, Nova Scotia Institute Science.
Married Mildred Grace Fairfield, July 11, 1942. Children: Paul James, Patricia Louise.