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Davison, Fred C. (Fred Corbet), 1929-2004

Biography:

"Upon graduation [from the University of Georgia's Veterinary School] in 1952, Dr. Davison set up a private practice in Marietta. In 1958, he relocated to Iowa State University, where he taught and conducted research for the Atomic Energy Commission. He returned in 1963 to become Dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine, a position he left in 1966 to serve as Vice Chancellor with the Board of Regents. He returned again to Athens in 1967 to serve as President of the University, a position he held until 1986. Since leaving UGA, Davison has served as a private consultant to several scientific interest groups, based out of Savannah."--"Fred C. Davison" in From Ahmedunggar to Lavonia Presidents at the University of Georgia 1785-1997, online exhibit, http://www.libs.uga.edu/hargrett/pexhibit/presiden/davison.htm.

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