Bryce Kendrick


Bryce Kendrick

Bryce Kendrick B.Sc. (Honours.) University of Liverpool 1955, Ph.D. University of Liverpool 1958, D.Sc. University of Liverpool 1980, F.R.S.C. [ [http://www.mycolog.com/bryce.html Biography page at mycolog.com] ] (1933-) Bryce Kendrick was born in Liverpool England. After completing his Ph.D. he took an assignment as a Post-Doctoral Fellow with the National Research Council (Canada) in Ottawa. In 1965 he accepted a position as Assistant Professor in the biology department at the University of Waterloo Ontario, Canada. In 1971 he was made a Full Professor. Dr. Kendrick was both an enthusiastic teacher and researcher. He is well know for several books [Biblio Search on Worldcat.org [http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=au%3ABryce+Kendrick&qt=hot_author] ] and over 300 publications [ [http://www.mycolog.com/CV%20Apr08.htm#publications Bryce Kendrick's full CV including list of publications] ] , including the engaging textbook about fungi: The Fifth Kingdom. [The Fifth Kingdom on CD reviews [http://www.mycolog.com/fifthrev.html] ]

Bryce Kendrick retired from the University of Waterloo and received a Distinguished Professor Emeritus in 1994 [Adjunct Faculty U of W [http://www.biology.uwaterloo.ca/people/adjunct.html] ] . He moved to Sidney British Columbia maintaining an Adjunct Professor status at both the University of Waterloo and University of Victoria. He continues to consult and publish in his field.

Honours bestowed upon Bryce Kendrick:

* U.K. Science Council Senior Visiting Scholarship 1974
* Guggenheim Fellowship 1979 [List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1979 [http://www.gf.org/79fellow.html] ]
* Distinguished Visiting Scholar, University of Adelaide 1979
* Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada 1981 [RSC: The Academies of Arts,Humanities and Sciences of Canada [http://www.rsc.ca/index.php?page_id=96&lang_id=1&first_name=bryce&last_name=kendrick&academy=&institute_name=&year_election=&submit=Search RSC Member Search] .]
* Distinguished Research Fellow, Foundation for Research Development, South Africa 1990
* Visiting Fellow, Foundation for Research Development, South Africa. 1992
* Sir. C.V. Raman Visiting Professorship, University of Madras. 1993
* Biographee in "Who's Who in America", "Who's Who in the West", "Canadian Who's Who" "International Who's Who in Education", "American Men and Women of Science", "Dictionary of International Biography"
* Hon. Secretary, Academy of Science, Royal Society of Canada 1985-1991
* Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo 1995
* Distinguished Mycologist Award [1995 Distinguished Mycologist Reward [http://msafungi.org/msa-awards/distinguished-mycologist-award/] ] , Mycological Society of America 1995
* Centenary Fellow [ [http://www.bms.ac.uk/XMYbms.html] BMS News vol 8-13] , British Mycological Society 1996
* Lawson Medal [http://www.cba-abc.ca/lawson.htm] , Canadian Botanical Association 2001 [Past Recipients of the Lawson Medal [http://www.cba-abc.ca/AwardRes.htm] ] [Text from Awards Ceremony [http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben274.html] ]

Roles and Duties

*1958-1959 N.R.C. Post-Doctoral Fellow, Plant Research Inst., Ottawa
*1959-1965 Research Officer, Plant Research Inst., Ottawa
*1965-1966 Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo
*1966-1971 Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
*1971-1994 Full Professor, University of Waterloo
*1985-1993 Associate Dean for Graduate Affairs, University of Waterloo
*1994 - Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo
*1994- Adjunct Professor, University of Waterloo
*1994- Adjunct Professor, University of Victoria, Environmental Sciences
*2004- Technical Advisor, Aerobiology Laboratory Associates, Reston, Virginia.

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