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Nominations & Appointments, October 6, 1982

Nomination of Douglas A. Fenderson To Be Director of the National Institute of Handicapped Research

October 6, 1982

The President today announced his intention to nominate Douglas A. Fenderson to be Director of the National Institute of Handicapped Research, Department of Education. He would succeed Margaret Joan Giannini.

He has been serving as director of the office of continuing education at the University of Minnesota since 1973. He is also a scientist at the Center for Health Services Research, University of Minnesota, School of Public Health. Since 1973 he has been executive secretary for the Bush Clinical Fellows program, the Bush Foundation, St. Louis. He was Director of the Office of Special Programs, Bureau of Health Manpower Education, National Institutes of Health, in 1972 - 1973. He was Chief, Health Services Manpower Branch of the National Center for Health Services Research and Development, HSMHA [Health Services and Mental Health Administration], in 1969 - 1972. He served as director of education for the American Rehabilitation Foundation in 1966 - 1969.

He graduated from the University of Minnesota (B.S., 1952; M.A., 1956; Ph. D., 1966). He is married, has four children, and resides in Shoreview, Minn. He was born January 28, 1929.

 

Nomination of Manuel J. Justiz To Be Director of the National Institute of Education

October 6, 1982

The President today announced his intention to nominate Manuel J. Justiz to be Director of the National Institute of Education, Department of Education. He would succeed Edward A. Curran.

He has been with the University of New Mexico since 1977 and is currently serving as director for Latin American programs in education in the College of Education and as associate professor in the Department of Educational Administration. He was assistant professor in the Department of Educational Administration in 1978 - 1982. He was associate director of Latin American programs in education in 1978 - 1979. In 1977 - 1978 he was associate director of the Multicultural Education Center and assistant professor in the Department of Secondary and Adult Education in the College of Education. Prior to his positions with the University of New Mexico, he was with the Lilly Endowment Higher Education program for the National Indian Education Association in Minneapolis, Minn.

He graduated from Emporia State University (Kansas) (B.A., 1970; M.S., 1972) and Southern Illinois University (Ph. D., 1976). He is married and resides in Albuquerque, N. Mex. He was born December 26, 1948.

 

Appointment of the Membership of Emergency Board No. 196 To Investigate a Railroad Labor Dispute, and Designation of Chairman

October 6, 1982

The President today appointed the following individuals to be members of an Emergency Board to investigate a dispute between the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority and the Delaware Transportation Authority, and certain labor organizations:

Herbert Northrup, who will serve as Chairman. He is serving as professor of industry and director of industrial research, and chairman of the Labor Relations Council at the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School), Philadelphia. He resides in Haverford, Pa.

Marjorie Broderick is assistant dean of Temple University Law School. She resides in Philadelphia, Pa.

Morris Gerber is an attorney. He is former county judge of Montgomery County, Pa. He resides in Norristown, Pa.

 

Appointment of the Membership of Emergency Board No. 197 To Investigate a Railroad Labor Dispute, and Designation of Chairman

October 6, 1982

The President today appointed the following individuals to be members of an Emergency Board to investigate a dispute between New Jersey Transit Rail Operations, Inc., and certain labor organizations:

Charles Serraino, who will serve as Chairman. He is a part-time labor consultant with the New Jersey Supreme Court. He is former commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Industry. He resides in Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.

Thomas Bruinooge is an attorney with the firm of Clapp & Eisenberg in Newark, N.J. He resides in Allendale, N.J.

Richard R. Kasher is a professional labor arbitrator. He was formerly a General Counsel for the National Mediation Board. He resides in Bryn Mawr, Pa.

 

Appointment of the Membership of Emergency Board No. 198 To Investigate a Railroad Labor Dispute, and Designation of Chairman

October 6, 1982

The President today appointed the following individuals to be members of an Emergency Board to investigate a dispute between the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Connecticut Department of Transportation, and certain labor organizations:

Arvid Anderson, who will serve as Chairman. He is chairman of the New York City Office of Collective Bargaining (arbitrators of municipal labor disputes). He resides in Scarborough Manor, N.Y.

Richard T. Niner is a self-employed investment consultant in New York and Connecticut. He resides in Greenwich, Conn.

Daniel G. Collins is serving as professor of New York University School of Law. He is also a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators. He resides in Amagansett, N.Y.