Instructor, Loyola College, Baltimore, 1947. Instructor U. Connecticut, 1948-1951. Associate professor of chemistry Kansas State College, 1951-1955.
Professor of chemistry U. Maryland., College Park, 1955-1974, director Center Materials Research, 1967-1974. Lecturer Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1953-1974. Consultant National Bureau Standards, Office Secretary Defense, National Institutes of Health.
Visiting scientist division chemical education American Chemical Society, 1963-1967.
Member of advisory board XIII Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale. Member American Chemical Society, American Physical Society, Faraday Society, Coblentz Society, Washington Academy Science, Society for Applied Spectroscopy, American Society Testing Materials, Chemical Society London, Philosophical Society Washington, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Gamma Alpha, Pi Mu Epsilon.
Born July 6, 1920