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Carl Stocker

Title: Advisory Board Member

Department(s): Dean's Advisory Board, College of Arts, Sciences and Education

Carl Stocker is an emeritus Miami-Dade College professor of physics. After earning degrees from Loyola University of Chicago (B.S.), University of Illinois (M.S Physics, M.S. Chemistry) and Nova Southeastern (Ed.D.), he held positions at the Bell Telephone System's Chicago Hawthorne Labs, RCA (now Stanford University's David Sarnoff Labs), and Rider College of Princeton, New Jersey. He is an astute stock analyst and investor as well as an accomplished pianist. During his retirement, he has processed years of technical readings for the Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, and served as executive director on the board of the Hearing and Speech Center of Florida. Having been Florida's Scrabble Champion, he remains a competitive player and director of the local Scrabble Club, which he founded. Carl’s transformational gift made the FIU Stocker AstroScience Center possible. The center will expand research and educational opportunities for students, while offering community members up-close encounters with the stars through public events. Carl serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board at FIU’s College of Arts, Sciences & Education.