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Robert R. Scales

Professor Emeritus Robert R. Scales, Ph.D. is a fellow of USITT (United States Institute for Theatre Technology) and has held full-time positions in consulting and/or technical production and lighting design at professional theatre organizations including Theatre Projects Consultants, McCallum Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Stratford Festival Theatre of Canada, and Guthrie Theatre.

Paul Christopher

As University Archivist, Professor Christopher made successive contributions, in particular, to publications and exhibits marking USC’s Centennial in 1980, Doheny Memorial Library’s Semi-Centennial in 1982, the Los Angeles Olympiad in 1984, as well as his personal design for the enlarged archival facility housed in the East Library after 1986 that henceforth was honored with deposits of inactive, permanent records from the President’s Office.

David N. Tool wearing a red vest

David Tool

Presented to Dr. David N. Tool on December 4, 2014 by Dixon Johnson, President, Staff Retirement Organization and Robert A. Stallings, President, Retired Faculty Association.

Melvin A. Astrahan

Following his retirement from the Department of Radiation Oncology as Chief of Medical Physics in 2010, Professor Emeritus Melvin Astrahan, Ph.D. has continued to support the ocular melanoma program by donating his time and expertise to assure the success of his colleagues in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Radiation Oncology.