Bachelor of Science, Eastern New Mexico University, 1964. Master of Arts, University Kansas, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Kansas, 1969.
Postdoctoral fellow, U. Melbourne, 1969-1970;
postdoctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin, 1976-1977;
National Science Foundation trainee, U. Kansas, 1966-1969;
assistant professor entomology, U. Kansas, 1970-1971;
assistant professor biology and statistics, Texas Tech U., Lubbock, 1971-1974;
associate professor, Texas Tech U., Lubbock, 1974-1977;
associate professor entomology and genetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1977-1980;
professor entomology and genetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1980-1984;
professor genetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1984-1986;
James professor pure and applied science, St. Francis Xavier U., Canada, 1991;
professor genetics, professor statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 1986-1993;
William Neal Reynolds professor genetics and statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, since 1993. Head department genetics North Carolina State University, 1986-1990, director Center for Quantitative Genetics, since 1993. Visiting research fellow U. Melbourne, Australia, 1974.
Visiting fellow Australian National U., 1980-1981.
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Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member Society Study Evolution (councillor 1980-1982, associate editor 1984-1986), Society Systematic Zoology (councillor 1981-1983), American Society Naturalists (vice president 1986-1987).
Married Wilinda Landon, September 4, 1964. Children: Erika Leigh, Kevin Landon.