John Geier
John George Geier, III (January 24, 1934 - September 26, 2009) was an American psychologist and inventor of the DISC assessment systems, which improve work/life performance.His academic career include...
Ron Terpening
Ron Terpening (born Ronnie Harold Terpening on May 3, 1946) is an American writer, professor of Italian, and editor. Though he started his writing career as an author of young-adult fiction, where th...
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Michael Rosenzweig
Michael L. Rosenzweig (b 1941) is an ecologist at the University of Arizona who has developed and popularized the concept of Reconciliation ecology. He founded and developed the Department of Ecology ...
Paul S. Martin
Paul S. Martin (born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1928 - died in Tucson, Arizona September 13, 2010) was a geoscientist at the University of Arizona who developed the theory that the Pleistocene extin...
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David Hanson (computer scientist)
David R. Hanson is a Software Engineer at Google, working in programming languages, compilers, software tools, and programming environments. Before joining Google, he was with Microsoft Research, Prin...
Sally Jackson
Sally Jackson is an American scholar of argumentation, communication, and rhetoric. She is a professor of communication at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.Jackson received three degree...
Gabriel J. Chin
Gabriel Jack Chin is an author, legal scholar, and Professor at the University of California, Davis School of Law.He teaches a variety of courses, including Criminal Law, Immigration, Criminal Appella...
Miguel Méndez
Miguel Méndez (June 15, 1930 – May 31, 2013) is the pen name for Miguel Méndez Morales, a Mexican American author best known for his novel Peregrinos de Aztlán (Pilgrims in Aztlán).
Méndez was bor...
George Coyne
George V. Coyne, S.J. (born January 19, 1933) is a Jesuit priest, astronomer, and former director of the Vatican Observatory and head of the observatory’s research group which is based at the Universi...
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Alberto Blanco (poet)
Alberto Blanco is considered one of Mexico's most important poets. Born in Mexico City on February 18, 1951, he spent his childhood and adolescence in that city, and he studied chemistry at the Univer...
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C. Scott Jacobs
Curtis Scott Jacobs, (Scott Jacobs), is an American argumentation, communication, and rhetorical scholar. He graduated from the University of Illinois with a Ph.d. He taught for many years at the Uni...
A. E. Douglass
A. E. (Andrew Ellicott) Douglass (July 5, 1867, Windsor, Vermont – March 20, 1962, Tucson, Arizona) was an American astronomer. He discovered a correlation between tree rings and the sunspot cycle, a...
Allen Buchanan
Allen Edward Buchanan is the James B. Duke Professor of philosophy at Duke University. He received his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1975. He taught at the University of ...
Steve Orlen
Steve Orlen (1942 – November 16, 2010) was an American poet and professor at the University of Arizona. He was visiting professor at the University of Houston, Goddard College, and Warren Wilson Colle...
Poul S. Jessen
Poul S. Jessen holds the position of Professor of Optical Sciences with a joint appointment in Physics at the University of Arizona. He is a founding member of the Center for Quantum Information and C...
John W. Olsen
John W. Olsen, Ph.D. is an American archaeologist specializing in the early Stone Age prehistory and Pleistocene paleoecology of eastern Eurasia. Olsen is Regents’ Professor of Anthropology, Executiv...
Robert Hammond (author)
Robert Hammond (December 29, 1920-April 16, 2009) earned a BA from the University of Rochester (1942), and both an MA (1947) and PhD (1952) from Yale University. He was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship ...
Philip Gabriel
J. Philip Gabriel is a full professor and department chair of the University of Arizona's Department of East Asian Studies and is one of the major translators into English of the works of the Japanese...
Alvin Goldman
Alvin Ira Goldman (born 1938) is an American professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University in New Jersey. He previously taught at the University of Michigan and at the University of Arizona. He earn...
Leif Erland Andersson
Leif Erland Andersson (1944–1979), born in Falkenberg, Sweden, was a Swedish astronomer.Andersson had been a child prodigy who won the Swedish television quiz show 10.000-kronorsfrågan ("The 10,...
Udi Manber
Udi Manber (Hebrew: אודי מנבר‎) is an Israeli computer scientist. He is one of the authors of agrep and GLIMPSE. He is currently with the National Institutes of Health.
He earned both hi...
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Edward Dozier
Edward Pasqual Dozier (born Eduardo de Pascua Dozier, 1916 in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico – 1971 in Tucson, Arizona) was a Pueblo Native American anthropologist and linguist who studied Nativ...
Nicholas Orme
Nicholas Orme (living 2009) is a British historian specialising in the Middle Ages and Tudor period, focusing on the history of children, and ecclesiastical history, with a particular interest in Sout...
Richard Shelton (writer)
Richard Shelton (born 1933, Boise, Idaho) is an Arizona writer, poet and emeritus Regents Professor of English at the University of Arizona. He has written nine books of poetry; his first collection o...
Alison Hawthorne Deming
Alison Hawthorne Deming (b. 1946 Hartford, Connecticut) is an American poet, and essayist.
Deming is a descendant of Nathaniel Hawthorne. She worked in health care for fifteen years.She graduated...
Chris Mack (basketball)
Chris Mack (born December 30, 1969) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at Xavier University.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Mack graduated in 1988 from S...
Robert McBride (composer)
Robert McBride (February 20, 1911 – July 1, 2007) was an American composer and instrumentalist.
McBride was born in Tucson, Arizona, and learned from an early age to play clarinet, oboe, saxophone...