Stanley I. Auerbach

Stanley I. Auerbach
Born:Chicago, IL 5/21/1921, died 5/1/2004
Education: Illinois (B.S. 1941, M.S. 1947): Northwestern (Ph.D. 1949)
Dissertation title: The centipedes of the Chicago area with special reference to their ecology (Ecol. Mon. 21:97-124)
Adviser: Orlando Park (C)
Comments: V.E. Shelford was M. S. adviser.
Teaching History: Roosevelt Univ. 1950-54; (Oak Ridge Nat’l. Laboratory 1954-?)
Ph. D. Students; others influenced: Because of the nature of his nonacademic role, Auerbach does not leave direct “descendants.” Among those he influenced as colleagues at Oak Ridge are Jerry Olson, David Reichle, and W. Franklin Harris.
ESA offices and honors: Secretary 1965-70; President 1971-72; Distinguished Service Citation 1985.
ESA links: Presidential bio  |  Resolution of Respect
Archived Papers: Contact UGA/ESA Archives for ESA finding aid and Auerbach Papers


List is based on Microbiographies prepared by Doug Sprugel (Sprugel, 1980; updated White, Sprugel, Mulroy, 2010; updated for web, Sprugel, 2012). Full version is at Microbiographies page on ESA History Extra.

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