Marjorie C. MixBorn: 1931
Marjorie Mix was born in Buffalo, New York in 1931. After graduating from Kensington High School in 1949, she attended the University of Michigan, where she earned her bachelor's degree in English in 1953. That same year, Mix returned to Buffalo and enrolled in the University at Buffalo Law School. She would later earn an M.A. in English (1967), and a Ph.D. in higher education (1971) from UB.
From 1963 to 1969, Marjorie Mix held a number of teaching and Graduate Assistant positions in the UB departments of English and Higher Education. In 1969, she became assistant provost in the UB Faculty of Educational Studies. Mix later became assistant dean in the UB Law School and would complete her juris doctor degree at UB in 1977. In 1980, Mix left the university to practice matrimonial and family law.
- Anderson, Dale. "Marjorie C. Mix, 91, Family Court judge put welfare of children first." Buffalo News, January 11, 2023.
- Marjorie Mix University at Buffalo Data Sheet, circa 1971.
- Schaus, Robert and James Arnone. University at Buffalo Law School 100 years: 1887-1987. Buffalo, New York: Univeristy at Buffalo Law School Alumni Association, 1992.
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