The Disability Services Center and School of Social Sciences invite you to a memorial celebration honoring Larry Howard. He passed away at home on March 28, 2012. Howard began teaching courses on the arms race and nuclear conflict while still a graduate student in psychology at UCI in 1983. Having completed his Ph.D. from UCI in 1986, Howard became a junior specialist in the School of Social Sciences, supported by a grant from the Sloan Foundation, and continued as a lecturer. As a lecturer, Howard taught broadly in cognitive sciences, political science, and for the social sciences major. Long associated with the Center for Global Peace & Conflict Studies, his courses ranged from seminars on nuclear arms and alternative securities to large lecture courses on human memory, people in society, and psychology. He retired in January 2010. Howard came out of retirement to support students with disabilities as a counselor at the Disability Services Center. He was always a positive influence to those with whom he came in contact.
Memorial Celebration: Larry Howard
May 16, 2012
Social Sciences Lower Plaza
In lieu of flowers, Larry's family requests that donations be made to the Disability
Services Scholarship for students with disabilities. Visit http://www.uadv.uci.edu/DisabilityServicesScholarship for further information.