Eighty-three academic professionals and faculty members retired from the UI between Aug. 31, 1995, and Sept. 1, 1996, according to the office of Academic Human Resources. The retirees, their positions, units and years of service:
Admissions and Records
Linda M. Sergent, assistant to the director, 34.
Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Harold D. Guither, professor, agricultural policy, 40.
Alumni Relations and Records
Ruth E. Weinard, associate director for communications, 38.
Helen M. Hegarty, senior research specialist in agriculture, 24.
Business Affairs/Office of the Director of Business Affairs
L.R. Jones, assistant vice president for business affairs, 32.
Business and Financial Affairs
David W. Snyder, associate director, 29.
Chemical Sciences, School of
Ellen Handler, director of development and alumni, 9.
Ernest J. Barenberg, professor, 36; Jon C. Liebman, professor, environmental engineering, 24; John T. Pfeffer, professor, sanitary engineering, 29; Marshall R. Thompson, professor, 36.
Richard F. Canaday, director of budget and resources, 33 (deceased).
Beatrice H. Bagby, regional director and professor, 31; Richard G. Brown, unit leader/level III, 28; Larry L. Coon, unit leader/level II, 29; Barbara A. Harlan, unit leader/level I, 28; Katherine J. Harris, unit leader/level III, 29; Thomas H. Jennings, adviser, 26; Roland D. Manthe, regional director, 6; Francis R. Morris, senior extension adviser I, 20; David D. Pyle, assistant director and professor of 4-H Youth, 13; Stanley Smith, extension education, animal systems/level III, 34; Walter L. Townsend, extension education, crop systems/level II, 27; Larry L. Wachtel, unit leader/level I, 26; Kathryn A. Wolters, extension education, family life/level I, 26.
Ralph R. Swarr, clinical counselor, professor, 31.
Lester V. Boone, agronomist, 40; Darrell A. Miller, professor, plant breeding and genetics, 29; Jack D. Paxton, professor, 32.
Curriculum and Instruction
Bernard Spodek, professor, early childhood education, 31; Jerry L. Walker, professor, 34.
Educational Policy Studies
Fred S. Coombs, professor, 30; Christiana M. Smith, specialist in education, 18; Ralph A. Smith, professor of cultural and educational policy, 32
Joseph Zaccaria, professor, 30.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
R. Mittra, professor, 39.
Donnell R. Hunt, assistant dean, professor and director of cooperative education, 36; C.F. Sechrist, professor, 31.
John B. Friedman, professor and Beckman Institute affiliate, 25.
Environmental Studies, Institute for
Rabel J. Burdge, professor, 20.
Food Science and Human Nutrition
Lun S. Wei, professor, 37.
David E. Anderson, professor, Campus Honors Faculty, 29.
Germanic Languages and Literatures
H.G. Haile, professor, German, 33; Ruth E. Lorbe, professor, comparative literature and German, 32.
Government and Public Affairs, Institute of
Stanley O. Ikenberry, president emeritus, professor and regent professor, 17.
Paul P. Bernard, professor, 28.
Mark J. Archer, assistant director, 36.
Daniel K. Bloomfield, professor, 26.
Thomas B. Littlewood, director of graduate studies, professor and Campus Honors faculty, 19.
Liberal Arts and Sciences Administration
Elaine J. Nicholas, assistant to the dean, 34.
Elisabeth B. Davis, biology librarian, professor, library sciences, 28; William T. Henderson, preservation librarian and associate librarian, 31.
Life Sciences, School of
Richard Davenport, professor, biology, 33.
Elmer Antonsen, professor, Germanic languages and head of department, 29; Charles W. Kisseberth, professor, 30.
Materials Science and Engineering
Sherman D. Brown, professor and departmental affiliate, 28.
Peter G. Braunfeld, professor, 44; Heini Halberstam, professor, 16; Anthony L. Peressini, professor, 35; Gaisi Takeuti, professor, 33.
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
John C. Chato, professor, mechanical engineering, 32; Judith S. Liebman, professor of operations research, 24.
Mary E. Hoffman, professor, 24; Nicholas Temperley, professor, 29; Paul M. Zonn, professor, 26.
Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
John A. Grunau, principal research specialist in agriculture, 22; Eugene L. Ziegler, agronomist, 26.
Peter A. Donhowe, media resources analyst, 11.
Office of the Chancellor
Paul S. Riegel, associate chancellor and adjunct professor, 28.
Operation and Maintenance
Phillip I. Henson, assistant director for utilities, 15.
Mariellen O. Gilpin, academic hourly, 13.
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Temira Pachmuss, professor, Russian, 36.
Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
Evelyn P. Garfield, professor, Spanish, 11; Ivan A. Schulman, professor, Spanish, 11.
Laird W. Heal, professor, 21.
State Water Survey
Alice I. Wallner, associate supportive scientist, 5.
Shishirkumar S. Joag-Dev, professor, 28.
Student Financial Aid
Joyce M. Levin, assistant to director for publications, 21.
University High School
Carol A. Bond, teaching associate, 35.
Hilda M. Banks, assistant editor, 13.
Veterinary Program in Agriculture
Gene M. Zinn, veterinary extension specialist, 11.
Roger L. Courson, professor and head of vocational agriculture services, 36.
Cheris Kramarae, director, Women's Studies Program; Jubilee Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences; and professor, speech communication, 31.