Katzell, Raymond A.: Sixth Recipient, SIOP Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award

Raymond A. Katzell was a scholar, a leader, an educator, and a mentor. He was a perfect example of a scientist-practitioner. He was interdisciplinary and multilevel in approach well before these became fashionable. The respect of all who knew him and the deep affection of all of his students is as strong today as it was at the time of his passing in 2003.

Ray received his PhD from NYU in 1943 with Douglas Fryer serving as his advisor. He served on the faculties of the University of Tennessee (1945–1948) and Syracuse University (1951) before leaving academia to become one of the founding members of the consulting firm of Richardson, Bellows and Henry (1951–1957). However, he is best known for being a member of the Industrial-Organizational ...

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