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Memoirs of The New York Botanical Garden, Volume 120; Heritage Series, Number 3. By Kathryn Mauz
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Robert Haynes is a native of Claiborne Parish (County) Louisiana, USA where he attended Lisbon High School, graduating in 1963. Robert received his undergraduate training in Botany (1963) at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute (now LA Tech University), his M. S. degree (1969) in Biology at the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana, Lafayette), and Ph. D. in Botany (1973) at The Ohio State University. Follow graduation, Dr. Haynes taught one year as an instructor at Ohio State. In August 1974, Haynes joined the faculty of Louisiana State University at Shreveport as an Assistant Professor. Two years later, he joined the faculty of The University of Alabama as Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Curator of the Herbarium (UNA). Haynes moved through the professional ranks before retiring in May 2005 as Professor. Under his guidance, the herbarium went from an inactive collection with fewer than 20,000 specimens to one of more than 60,000. Numerous publications that utilized the UNA collections appeared during Haynes' tenure. Haynes' research interests are in the systematics of aquatic vascular plants. He was senior author (with Barre Hellquist) or sole author of 13 families in the recent Flora of North America series. Haynes along with Lauritz Holm-Nielsen authored several families in the Flora Neo-Tropica series. Finally, Haynes wrote one family for the Flora of Thailand and all of the aquatic families for Flora de Nicaragua. Haynes advised five Ph. D. students and several M.S. students while he was at Alabama. He taught Aquatic Vascular Plants at the University of Michigan Biological Station on Douglas Lake, Michigan. Robert Haynes married the former Liz Zappa, also a Claiborne Parish native, in 1967. They have two children and four grandchildren. Following retirement, Robert and Liz moved back to their native Claiborne Parish, where they now reside. Robert R. Haynes's Author Page
Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen is The Executive Director of Sino- Danish Center as well as Special Advisor to the Senior Management at Aarhus University (AU). He was the Rector of Aarhus University from 2005-2013. He is President of Euroscience, Vice President of the European University Association (EUA), and member of the Gothenburg University Board. Furthermore, Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen was member of the Danish Prime Minister's Growth Forum, Vice- Chairman og Universities Denmark, member of the Africa Commission, Vice-Chairman of the Danish Research Commission, member of several OECD expert review teams on higher education, Chairman of the Nordic University Association, Board Member of the Danish National Research Foundation, Rector of the Danish Research Academy, Chairman of the Danish Natural Science Research Council and the Danish Council for Development Research. Holm-Nielsen Lauritz B.'s Author Page