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founding and director
George Stevens, Jr., served as director from the institute's founding until 1980.
His work is grounded in the lessons he learned as an improviser at The Committee with Del Close, as well as in his experiences as founding director of The Groudlings.
Appointed director of the Bureau of Investigation — predecessor to the FBI — in 1924, he was instrumental in founding the FBI in 1935, where he remained director until his death in 1972 aged 77.
This medal set a historical precedent in Haarlem for commemorative medals ; Sypesteyn's son Cornelis Ascanius van Sypesteyn ( 1723-1788 ) later became the founding director of the learned society Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen and its offshoot, the " Oeconomische Tak ", and he hired Holtzhey's son Johann Georg to commission prize medals for both societies.
Penn has three claims to being the first university in the United States, according to university archives director Mark Frazier Lloyd: the 1765 founding of the first medical school in America made Penn the first institution to offer both " undergraduate " and professional education ; the 1779 charter made it the first American institution of higher learning to take the name of " University "; and existing colleges were established as seminaries.
* Prof. Sir Paul Callaghan, Professor of Physical Sciences and the founding director of the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
Smith DeFrance, Ames ' founding director, is second from the left.
* Joan Riddell Cook ( January 5, 1922, Portland, Oregon-February 5, 1995, New York City ) was an American newspaper journalist and editor, a trade union leader, and a founding director of JAWS ( Journalism and Women Symposium ).
At age twenty Farrand was introduced to one of her primary mentors, the botanist Charles Sprague Sargent, who at Harvard University was both a professor of horticulture at the Bussey Institute and the founding director of the Arnold Arboretum in Boston, Massachusetts.
He is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, and is on the faculty of Schumacher College.
Fritjof Capra is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy located in Berkeley, California, which promotes ecology and systems thinking in primary and secondary education.
He served as a founding corporate director at AOL.
Dale Brown, the founding director of the Buechner Institute, is the author of numerous articles and the recent critical biography, The Book of Buechner: A Journey Through His Writings.
Billy McCormack, long-time pastor of the University Worship Center in Shreveport, Louisiana, and a founding director and vice president of the Christian Coalition of America was born in Jamestown in 1928.
* Rob Zombie ( 1965 -), ne Robert Cummings, musician and founding member of White Zombie, film director, mainly horror genre
Among the notable academic staff are the Reverend Dr John Muddiman, G. B. Caird Fellow in New Testament Theology, and Michael Freeden, director of the Centre for Political Ideologies and founding editor of the Journal of Political Ideologies.
Professor of Computer Science at National Taiwan University ; Green Party Taiwan's founding chair ; former director of Taiwan Environmental Protection Union ; candidate for the Legislative Yuan in 1998 and 2001.
Besides his pedagogical duties, he accepted in 1947 the position of the founding director of the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana.
Organized in 1970 by its founding director, John Oliver, the Chorus comprises 250 volunteer singers.
* J. Randall Keene, President and CEO of FlexMedical Disposables, and a founding managing director of Ancor Capital Partners
He was a founding director of Yoakum County State Bank ( now Wells Fargo ), the first financial institution in the town.
Birger Joseph Nordholm ( June 25, 1897-November 30, 1989 ) was the founding director of the Swedish tourist office in New York, a member of the Scandinavian Travel Commission and the founder of the European Travel Commission.
* Alison Sealy-Smith, Actor ; and founding member and founding director of Obsidian Theatre.

founding and CBS
The radio network is the oldest unit of CBS and traced its roots to the company's founding in 1927, and the news division took shape over the following 10 years.
Originally controlled by officers of Tektronix and the founding engineers, in September 1977, Rodgers became part of CBS Musical Instruments along with Steinway & Sons pianos, Fender guitars, Rhodes electric pianos, Gemeinhardt flutes, and a number of other instrument brand names.
From its founding until 1995, KXTV was an affiliate of CBS.
Since its founding, Fox has surpassed ABC and NBC in the ratings during the primetime hours in which it competes, becoming number two to CBS.
WLVI is the largest CW station not owned by either Tribune Company or CBS Corporation, the two main founding ownership groups of the network ; however, Tribune did own the station from 1994 until 2006.

founding and News
In the United States daily tabloids date back to the founding of the New York Daily News in 1919, followed by the New York Daily Mirror and the New York Evening Graphic in the 1920s.
Tribune Company owned The New York Daily News from its 1919 founding until its 1991 sale to Robert Maxwell.
The Microsoft Developer Network was launched in June of 1992 as a quarterly, CD-ROM-based compilation of technical articles, sample code, and software development kits, as well as a 16-page tabloid newspaper, the Microsoft Developer Network News, edited by Andrew Himes, who had previously been the founding editor of MacTech, the premiere Macintosh technology journal.
Bruce Nichols of The Dallas Morning News said that " Several people familiar with the town said troubles began in Patton Village after founding father H. L.
Its founding publisher, News Corporation, debuted the title September 18, 1995.
* Mark Pearlman, founding developer, Fox News Channel
He was the central figure in Moon's publishing businesses, including founding President and Publisher, the News World ( later renamed New York City Tribune ); founding President and Chairman of the Board, the Washington Times Corporation ; and President, World Media Association.
After his death, both his nephew Henry E. Huntington and his stepson Archer M. Huntington continued his work at Newport News, and all three are considered founding fathers in the community, with local features named in honor of each.
At the formerly sleepy little farming community of Newport News Point, he set about other developments locally there, notably building the landmark Hotel Warwick and founding the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, which became the largest privately owned shipyard in the United States.
At the time of the founding of the RTC, there were two other third-level level institutions in the city, St John ’ s Seminary Waterford News and Star which notes the closing of the St John's Seminary in 1999 and De La Salle Brothers teacher training college, but both had been closed.
He also initiated the founding of a community-owned newspaper, Seven News, seen as an alternative to Toronto's corporate-owned daily papers.
He was founding member and chairman of Lakeside National Bank of Rockwall, and was chairman of the directors of Lakeside News, Inc.
ACTA's rating system has been endorsed by Mel Elfin, founding editor of U. S. News & World Report ’ s rankings.
He was a longtime reporter for ABC, the founding host of ABC's World News Now, weekend anchor of World News Tonight and the host of CNN's flagship evening program NewsNight with Aaron Brown.
Brown was brought to New York to be the founding anchor of the late-night news program World News Now.
From its founding until 1991, the Daily News was owned by the Tribune Company.
In 1988 he also became founding chairman of Sky TV, also part of Murdoch's News Corporation.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries several publications by charity, religious, and labor organizations tried to draw attention to the homeless, but street newspapers only became common after the founding of New York City's Street News in 1989.
Jay went onto become the founding chair of The Real News Network.

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