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Stutz, Howard C., 1918-2010



  • Existence: 1918 - 2010

Biographical History

Howard Coombs Stutz (1918-2010) was a professor of genetics at Brigham Young University.

Howard Coombs Stutz was born to Joseph Reuben and Clara Coombs Stutz on August 24, 1918 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. He married Mildred Robison in 1940, and together they had seven children. He received a master's degree in botany from Brigham Young University, then received his PhD in genetics from University of California, Berkeley. He taught at Brigham Young University for nearly forty years, and was key in arranging a United States Forest Service research lab adjacent to Brigham Young University. He died on July 20, 2010.

Wildland shrubs, 1975 (a.e.) t.p. (Howard C. Stutz; Brigham Young Univ.)

Review, Howard C. Stutz, website viewed 21 May 2012 (Howard C. Stutz; b. 1918; Ph. D., genetics, UC Berkeley; professor at Brigham Young University; d. 2010)

Daily Herald Obituaries, Aug. 8, 2014 (Howard Coombs Stutz; b. August 24, 1918 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada; parents Joseph Reuben and Clara Coombs Stutz; married Mildred Robison in 1940; seven children; MS degree in botany from BYU; PhD in genetics from UC Berkeley; taught at BYU for almost 40 years; arranged US Forest Service research facility adjacent to BYU; d. July 20, 2010)

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Breeding and selection of superior plants in reclamation

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2136
Scope and Contents

Reports and data from study on reclamation of land of mine spoils. Material was compiled for a conference held Oct. 8-9, 1998. Studies were performed 1976-1998.

Dates: 1998

College of Biology and Agriculture photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 823
Scope and Contents

Contains photographs of the deans, faculty, classes, facilities, and groups of the College of Biology and Agriculture as well as its predecessors, the College of Biological and Agricultural Sciences and the College of Applied Sciences. Dated approximately 1885-2005.

Dates: approximately 1885-2005

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Education 1
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