GLADYS (GLAD) HUDGINS CRAWFORD (’46, ’49 M.S.), 92, of Denton, who spent 57 years teaching biology at UNT, died Sept. 2. At UNT, she coordinated the medical technology and cytotechonology programs and directed Eisenhower Grants. She received a 45-year service to the university award and the ’Fessor Graham Award. Glad met her husband, the late William A. (Al) Crawford (’52), at North Texas. They were President’s Council members and life joint members of the UNT Alumni Association. Donations may be made to the Gladys H. Crawford Biological Sciences Scholarship Endowment, which was established by her husband. Survivors include daughter Kala Marsh (’83, ’84 M.B.A.) and sons Kal (’88, ’94 M.B.A.) and Kurt (’88).