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Donald Kennedy was born in New York and educated at Harvard University (A.B.; Ph.D., Biology, 1956). He has spent most of his professional career at Stanford University. He served for 26 months as Commissioner of the United States Food and Drug Administration during the Carter Administration.
Kennedy served as president of Stanford from 1980 to 1992. Since 2000, he has been editor-in-chief of Science, the prestigious weekly published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Trained as a biologist, Kennedy has become an expert in environmental problems related to major land-use changes, economically driven alterations in agricultural practice, global climate change and the development of regulatory practices.
Gerald J. Lieberman
|Provost of Stanford University
| Succeeded by|
Albert M. Hastorf
Richard W. Lyman
|President of Stanford University
| Succeeded by|
|Harvey W. Wiley • Carl L. Alsberg • Charles A. Browne • Walter G. Campbell • Paul P. Dunbar • Charles W. Crawford • George P. Larrick • James L. Goddard • Herbert L. Ley • Charles C. Edwards • Alexander M. Schmidt • Donald Kennedy • Jere E. Goyan • Arthur Hull Hayes • Frank Edward Young • David Aaron Kessler • Jane E. Henney • Mark McClellan • Lester Crawford • Andrew von Eschenbach|
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