Harold “Sande” McNabb, Jr.
(Nov. 20, 1927 – May 12, 2011) obtained his Ph.D. from Prof. John S. Boyce at Yale, and was a faculty member at Iowa State University for 47 years. He is well-known for his devotion forest pathology teaching and research, while mentoring countless high school, undergraduate, and graduate students of diverse backgrounds. In 1989, Sande received the first APS award for Excellence in Teaching. Later in his career, Sande gave lectures on George Washington Carver around the country, and received the George Washington Carver Distinguished Services Award in 2006.