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John M. Palms

AKA Johannes Maria Palms

Born: 6-Jun-1935
Birthplace: Rijswijk, Netherlands

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Physicist, Educator

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: President, University of South Carolina, 1991-2002

Military service: USAF

Wife: Norma Cannon Palms (m. 1958, two sons, one daughter)
Son: John Jr.
Daughter: Danielle
Son: Lee

    High School: St. Aloysius College, The Hague, Netherlands
    High School: Clearwater High School, Clearwater, FL
    University: BS Physics, The Citadel (1957)
    University: MS Physics, Emory University (1958)
    University: (PhD)
    Professor: Physics, Emory University (1966-89)
    Administrator: VP Academic Affairs, Emory University
    Professor: Physics, Georgia State University (1989-91)
    Administrator: President, Georgia State University (1989-91)
    Professor: Physics, University of South Carolina (1991-)
    Administrator: President, University of South Carolina (1991-2002)

    Member of the Board of Assurant (1990-, as Chairman 2003-)
    Member of the Board of Computer Task Group (2002-)
    Member of the Board of Exelon (2000-)
    Member of the Board of Fortis NV
    Member of the Board of Geo Group (2006-)
    Member of the Board of Mynd Corporation (1992-)
    Member of the Board of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (2002-)
    Member of the Board of SIMCOM International Holdings
    Institute for Defense Analyses Chairman
    Institute of Nuclear Power Operations Advisory Council
    Los Alamos National Laboratory (1963-66)
    National Nuclear Accreditation Board
    Naturalized US Citizen


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