Carl Barton Huffaker (1938, 1939) was president of the International Organization for Biological Control and an influential professor of entomology … Continue reading
John Melvin Googin Jr. (1953) won the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Memorial Award in 1967. He was involved in the Manhattan … Continue reading
Weston Fulton (1901) invented the metal bellows used in thermostatic devices. He held more than 125 patents for his inventions.
Marion Dorset graduated from UT in 1893. He discovered the cause of hog cholera and developed a serum for it. … Continue reading
Sheldon Datz (1960) won the Enrico Fermi Award for lifetime achievement, one of the top U.S. scientific prizes. He pioneered … Continue reading
Samuel C. Collins (1920, 1924) was a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a member of … Continue reading
Murray Bowen (1934) was a pioneer in the field of family therapy. He was the first director of the Family … Continue reading
Owen Davis, an 1889 graduate, won the Pulitzer Prize for his play Icebound in 1923.
Arthur Preston Whitaker (1915) was a professor at the University of Pennsylvania from 1936 to 1965. He published 20 books … Continue reading
Matthew G. Smith (1909) was an attorney and bankruptcy judge in Fort Worth, Texas.