Stanley, Raymond W. (1916-2004)
Year Retired from SJSU
UCLA, 1954 Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 1947 MA
The University of Chicago, 1941 AB
Georgia Evening College (now Ga. State Univ.), 1938
Atlanta Business College, 1933‑34
San Jose State College/University, 1956-1982
Georgia State University, Atlanta, summer 1956
Bradley University, Peoria, IL, 1954-1956
Iowa State Teachers College, summers, 1954-1955
Fresno State College (one year replacement), 1953-1954
UCLA (Teaching Assistant), 1950-1952
George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, IN, 1947-1950
U.S. Navy Instrument Flying Instructor, 1942-1944
Administrative and Professional Experience
E. I. duPont de Nemours, Atlanta, GA: clerical, 1934‑1938.
USNR, from aviation cadet to Lieutenant, 8/1941‑11/1945. (Senior Aviator, U.S.S. Indiana‑‑in the Pacific: 9/1944‑9/1945. Three Asiatic‑Pacific stars, two air medals and a silver star).
Two manuals, Global Understanding and Map Usage, were published by Daniel M. Epstein and myself to accompany the educational series "Introduction to Geography for Teachers," produced by the San Jose State College ITV Center and telecast by Channel 11.