GAINESVILLE—Dr. George T. Harrell Jr., the founding dean of medical colleges at the University of Florida and at Pennsylvania State University, died today (Aug. 26) at Duke University’s hospital in Durham, N.C., after a brief illness. He was 91.
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Founding Dean Of Medical Schools At The University Of Florida And Penn State Dies Near Home In North Carolina
Dr. Thomas Maren, A Founding Father Of UF’s Medical College And Renowned Basic Scientist, Dies At Summer Home In Maine
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Dr. Thomas H. Maren, a founder of the University of Florida’s medical college whose four decades of basic scientific research led to the development of a top-selling drug for glaucoma, died after a lengthy illness Sunday at his summer home in Bar Harbor, Maine. He was 81.
GAINESVILLE — With a major hurdle vaulted, the University of Florida’s five-year, $750 million capital campaign is making the right moves to reach the goal by the end of 2000.
Computer engineering students will take classes in art and sculpture; art students will take calculus and physics.
GAINESVILLE — University of Florida President John Lombardi today announced the appointment of Jon M. Mills, UF law professor and former speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, as interim dean of the Frederic G. Levin College of Law. The appointment is effective Sept. 1.
GAINESVILLE — University of Florida College of Engineering Dean Win Phillips has been offered and accepted the position of vice president for research and dean of the Graduate School, UF President John V. Lombardi announced today.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Dr. Robert Quarles Marston, physician, educator, former director of the National Institutes of Health and the seventh president of the University of Florida, died of cancer today at Hospice of North Central Florida in Gainesville. He was 76.
GAINESVILLE — Jimmy Cheek, formerly assistant dean of the University of Florida College of Agriculture, was today named dean of the college and dean of academic programs for UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS), effective Feb. 1.