David Hume Bayley

David Hume Bayley, 1955

B.A., Denison University
B.A., Oxford University
M.A., Oxford University
Ph.D., Princeton University


Citation awarded on Saturday, June 5, 1976

Dr. David Hume Bayley, professor of the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver, received a B.A. from Denison in 1955, the B.A. and M.A. from Oxford University, and the Ph.D. from Princeton University.

Dr. Bayley has been named acting dean of the Graduate School to serve in place of Dr. Robert C. Good who has reigned to take up the presidency of Denison this fall. A specialist in the fields of comparative politics, south and southeast Asian studies, and research methodology, he was a Fulbright Scholar at Oxford, a Danforth Fellow at Princeton, a Research Associate for study of government to community relations in the city of Denver, and a recipient of grants from the Advanced Research Project Agency, Washington, D.C., and the National Science Foundation.

He is the author of several books and numerous article publishes in professional journals and papers delivered before many forums.

Dr. Bayley has participated in several international conferences on international relations and lectured at the United Nations and at the Far East Institute in Tokyo as a guest of the Japanese government. The lectures are being published in a series by the United Nations Institute.