Master of Arts, University Iowa, 1936. Postgraduate, U. Colorado, 1940-1941. Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, 1943.
Lecturer Museum Science and Industry, Chicago, 1938-1940. Associate physicist Metallurgical Laboratory, University of Chicago, 1941-1943. Instructor physics Princeton, 1945-1948.
Faculty Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1948-1982, professor physics, 1957-1982, acting head department physics, 1955-1956. Visiting professor University of California, Berkeley, summer 1959. Visiting associate Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, England, 1954-1955, 68-69, 75-76.
Affiliate History and Philosophy of Science Group, Cambridge, England, 1961-1962, 81-82.
- Research on Lorentz transformations and quantum theory, cosmology, cultural and religious implications of modern physics, limits of science.
Born August 29, 1913