Ninety-eight academic professionals and faculty members retired from the UI between Aug. 30, 1994, and Sept. 1, 1995, according to the Office of Academic Human Resources. The retirees, their positions, units and years of service: Kenneth E. Andersen, professor, speech communication, 26; James H. Auten, professor, Police Training Institute, 27; William H. Behrens, staff physician, McKinley Health Care, 20; Curtis R. Benson, associate professional scientist, State Water Survey, 6; Lester V. Boone, agronomist, crop sciences, 40; Raymond E. Branch, technical supportive scientist, State Natural History Survey, 8; Edward J. Brandabur, professor, English, 35; Maynard J. Brichford, departmental affiliate, university archivist and professor of library administration, library, 33; Wilma R. Brommel, senior extension adviser I, Cooperative Extension, 21; Morton K. Brussel, professor, physics, 36; William R. Bryan, associate dean for research, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, 30; Georgette A. Buckhalter, extension educator, Cooperative Extension, 8; Rabel J. Burdge, professor, Institute for Environmental Studies, 20. Marvin C. Carbonneau, professor, agricultural horticulture, 32; Diane F. Carothers, communications librarian and associate professor of library administration, library, 19; Sandra R. Casserly, extension specialist, media, Office of Agriculture Information Services, 21; Charles E. Caton, professor, philosophy, 38; John D. Colley, professor of art, art and design, 17; George A. Costello, professor, theoretical and applied mechanics, 41. Lloyd E. Davis, professor, veterinary biosciences, 17; Carl W. Deal, associate director, library administration, 30; Gordon L. Dowell, regional director, Cooperative Extension, 16; Floyd Dunn, professor, professor of biophysics and Beckman Institute professor, electrical and computer engineering, 47. Ronald L. Eltzeroth, associate professor, Police Training Institute, 22; Robert H. Ennis, professor of philosophy of education, Educational Policy Studies, 25; Robert D. Espeseth, associate professor, Cooperative Extension, 23; James F. Evans, head, Office of Agricultural Communications and Extension Education and professor, agricultural communications and extension education, 34. Lezlie A. Fillman, senior specialist in automated education, Computer-based Education Research Laboratory, 35; Carol S. Fisher, coordinator of special projects and assistant professor, art and design, 17; Joyce K. Frost, professional scientist, State Geological Survey, 4; Paul A. Gaeng, professor, French, 20; William L. George, director of academic programs and assistant professor, agriculture administration, 19; Robert W. Gillespie, professor, economics, 35; William M. Golden, principal specialist in automated education, Computer-based Education Research Laboratory, 34; W.R. Gomes, dean and professor, agriculture consumer and environmental science administration, 15; Jan Gorecki, professor, sociology, 26; Eva W. Gray, assistant professor and computer assisted instruction specialist, mathematics, 28; Ernest N. Gullerud, associate professor, School of Social Work, 31. Marjorie R. Hamann, assistant director and program leader and associate professor, Cooperative Extension, 5; George W. Hardiman, program chairman, professor of art, art and design, 29; Mary V. Harris, assistant professor (extension specialist) 4-H youth, Cooperative Extension, 32; Charles J. Hawley, senior research engineer, chemical sciences, 32; James E. Heath, professor, physiology and biophysics, 32; Alfred J. Hendron, professor, civil engineering, 34; Norma K. Howard, specialist in education, curriculum and instruction, 26; Lucile B. Isdale, director, health service, 25. Richard P. Jerrard, director of graduate studies and professor, mathematics, 38; Roma J. Johnson, associate supportive scientist, State Water Survey, 14; W.H. Johnson, associate head and professor, geology, 38; Patricia V. Johnston, professor and professor of nutrition, food science, 28; Franz W. Kamber, professor, mathematics, 28; Frederick H. Kanfer, professor, psychology, 23; Clarence J. Karier, professor of history of education, educational policy studies, 27; Hercules C. Kazanas, professor, vocational and technical education, 18; John R. Kelly, professor, leisure studies, 21; Bernita P. Kemp, specialist in education, special education, 20; George H. Kieffer, associate professor, ecology, ethology and evolution, 29; Evell Knight, extension educator, youth development, Cooperative Extension, 24; Nori I. Komorita, associate professor, nursing, 22. Jerry M. Landay, associate professor, journalism, 8; Carol Liheng, principal serials cataloger and associate professor, library, 26; Dillon E. Mapother, associate vice chancellor for research and associate dean, graduate administration, 46; James W. Marchand, Center for Advanced Study Professor of Linguisitics Composition, Germanic languages and literatures, 27; Salvatore Martirano, professor, music, 33; Jana M. Mason, professor, educational psychology, 24; Walter McMahon, professor, economics, 39; H.J. Miller, professor, architecture, 25; Emil C. Mosser, extension specialist program development, Cooperative Extension, 42; Donald R. Muehling, extension adviser, Cooperative Extension, 26. Melvin G. Oldham, agronomist, agronomy, 31; Edward C. Olson, professor, astronomy, 29; William H. Peterson, associate professor, agricultural engineering, 18; David Pines, professor, physics, 36; Wallace E. Reynolds, extension unit leader, Cooperative Extension, 40; Selma K. Richardson, professor, library and information science, 22; Robert B. Riley, professor, landscape architecture, 26; Stanley Rosen, professor, labor and industrial relations, 31. Philip A. Sandberg, professor, geology, 30; Ronald E. Schaede, manager, intercollegiate athletics, 45; John T. Scott, professor of farm management and production economics, agricultural and consumer economics, 31; Linda M. Sergent, assistant to the director, admissions and records, 34; Dmytro M. Shtohryn, professor, library, 36; Ralph O. Simmons, professor, physics, 43; Harvey J. Stapleton, associate vice chancellor for research, associate dean and professor, graduate administration, 35. Don A. Wack, associate director, facility planning and management, 33; Arnold S. Wajenberg, principal cataloger, library, 21; Gilbert P. Waldbauer, professor, entomology, 43; Clarence M. Wayman, professor of metallurgical engineering, materials science and engineering, 39; Robert A. White, professor, mechanical and industrial engineering, 30; James B. Whitemore, course supervisor and assistant professor, Police Training Institute, 24; Norbert F. Wiley, associate professor, sociology, 28; Charles E. Willman, extension unit educator, crop systems, Cooperative Extension, 39; Jerald J. Wray, senior resident physicist, physics, 20; Robert S. Wyer Jr., professor, psychology, 22; H.W. Wyld, professor, physics, 39; Ladislav Zgusta, Director of Center for Advanced Study and professor, linguistics, 26.