William Dunlap Sargent, an authority on falconry, studied ornithology at Cornell University under Arthur A. Allen, graduating in 1931, receiving an M.S. in 1933 and a Ph.D. in 1936. He taught limnology and ecology at Cornell, 1932-1936, and taught limnology, stream improvement, conservation, and ornithology at City College of New York. He also illustrated books on biology and was a bird artist.
||Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., May 15
||Graduated from the Lincoln School of Teacher's College
Summer Staff Entomologist in the museum maintained by AMAH at Kanokwakke Lakes Scout Camp
Entered Cornell University
||Summer Junior Nature Counselor, Camp Lincoln, Keeseville, N.Y.
||Entomology Museum at Kanokwakke Lakes Camp
||Summer Biological Survey of a trout stream for Tuscarora Club, Arena, N.Y.
||Summer member of West Virginia University Zoological Field Expedition under Dr. J.G. Needham
||Biological Survey of Mashpee River for Mr. J.W. Farley, Boston, Mass.
Summer Survey of North Hudson drainage, fish food unit
||Instructor of Ecology and Limnology at Cornell
||Ph.D., Cornell, in Limnology
||Biology Instructor at City College of N.Y.
||Assistant Professor, C.C.N.Y.
||Associate Professor, C.C.N.Y.