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Herbert Theodore Jenkins

Herbert Theodore Jenkins, American educator, engineer. member of faculty, Cornell, 1935-1957, professor сivil engineering, 1949-1957, head сivil engineering drawing, 1937-1957; member of faculty University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, professor civil engring, 1957-1970, chairman of the department engineering graphics, 1957-1968.; Member American Society C.E., American Society for Engineering Education.

Background

  • Jenkins, Herbert Theodore was born on July 30, 1902 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of Herbert T. and Imogene Belmont (Stone) J., Senior.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in C.E., University of Michigan, 1930, M.S.E., 1932.

    Career

    • Private practice сivil engineering, Ann Arbor and Detroit, 1932-1935. Member of faculty, Cornell, 1935-1957, professor сivil engineering, 1949-1957, head сivil engineering drawing, 1937-1957. Cartographer United States Geological Survey, 1950.

      Construction engineering Bogema, Gifft, & Jenkins, Ithaca, 1948-1957. Member of faculty University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, professor civil engring, 1957-1970, chairman of the department engineering graphics, 1957-1968.

    Works

    • Author: Soil Mechanics Laboratory Manual, Physical Properties of Soils, 1947.

    Membership

    Member of faculty, Cornell, 1935-1957, professor сivil engineering, 1949-1957, head сivil engineering drawing, 1937-1957. Member of faculty University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, professor civil engring, 1957-1970, chairman of the department engineering graphics, 1957-1968. Member American Society C.E., American Society for Engineering Education.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Elizabeth Gill, December 26, 1925. Children: Peter VanWyck, Paul Andrew.
    • father: Herbert T. Jenkins
    • mother: Imogene Belmont (Stone) Jenkins
    • spouse: Mary Elizabeth Gill
    • children: Peter VanWyck Jenkins
    • Paul Andrew Jenkins
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    Died October 24, 1970
    (aged 68)
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