FRENCH, ROBERT WARREN, 1911-1999

Businessman, university professor, consultant. BornРMay 8, 1911, South Bend, Ind. ParentsРRobert Warren and Lura (Keller) French. MarriedРDorothy Louise Smith, July 8, 1934 (died June 1990); married Nadene Shaner, January 2, 1993. ChildrenРTwo. EducationРUniversity of Michigan, A.B., 1932; M.A., 1933; Ph.D., 1937. Served as Brookings Institute fellow, 1934-1935; teaching fellow, 1935-1937. Taught at Louisiana State University, 1941-1946; University of Texas, 1946-1949; Tulane University, 1949-1956, vice president, 1953-1956; port director at New Orleans, 1956-1960; president, Tax Fund Incorporated, 1960-1963; director of professional management program, Graduate School of Business, University of Southern California, 1963-1965; professor and acting dean of the College of Business, University of Alabama in Birmingham; assistant to the president; interim director of the Center for International Programs, 1965-1981. Edited the Louisiana Business Review, 1941-1946, and the Texas Business Review, 1946-1949. Member American Society for Public Administration.  Trustee, Dillard University; Board of Directors, Amistad Research Center. Professor emeritus, UAB, 1981.  Died March 1999.

Source:

Marquis Who’s Who in America¬† online.

Publication(s):

Living Together, Buchanan and Clark 1904-1975. S.l.; s.n., 1976?

Joint_Publication(s):

Basics for Business. Chicago; Whitehall Co., 1968.