David W. Wallace

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Photo of "Paradis Rue" book coverDavid W. Wallace (M.A., ’77 Ph.D.), Macon, Ga., wrote his first novel, Paradis Rue, which follows a young woman who models for French Impressionist painters in the Montmartre district of Paris in the late 1800s. He is a licensed psychologist in Texas who has also served as dean of students at the University of Houston, dean of college affairs at Samuel Merritt University and adjunct professor of psychology at Brandman University. He also owns a media consulting business and produced more than 400 television programs on medical topics. He was elected an “Outstanding Alumni” at UNT in 1995 and is an honorary member of Sigma Theta Tau and Kappa Delta Pi.