University professor. Born– November 25, 1943. Married– July, 1963. Children– Two. Education– Rutgers University, B.S., 1966; Montana State University, M.S., 1967; Texas Tech University, Ph.D., 1969. Taught at Texas Tech University, 1967-1969; Rutgers University, 1969-1972; Auburn University after 1972. Principal investigator for many studies for the Alabama Office of Highway and Traffic Safety and conducted studies for the New Jersey Hospital Association, Mid Atlantic Power Company, Alabama Industrial Relations Department, and U.S.Bureau of Labor Statistics; served as consultant on computerization and on safety planning for local, state, and national organizations. Between 1969 and 1984, published more than two dozen articles, papers, and reviews in periodicals; wrote more than 100 technical reports for the Alabama Highway Department.


David B. Brown, Auburn, Ala.


Systems Analysis and Design for Safety. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; Prentice-Hall, 1976.

Systems Analysis For Applications Software Design. Oakland, California; Holden-Day, 1984.