Graduate assistant, instructor chemical engineering Iowa State College, Ames, 1935-1938, head department chemical and mining engineering, also in charge chemical engineering divisions Engineering Experiment Station and Ames Laboratory of Atomic Energy Commission, 1947-1955. Instructor chemical engineering Rice Institute, 1938-1939. Project leader and chief of process development div.
Tennessee Valley Authority, Wilson Dam, Alabama, 1939-1947. Professor chemical engineering Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1964-1978, director School Chemical Engineering, 1968-1978. Cons. chemical engineer, 1947-1978, director agricultural chemical research Davison Chemical Company Baltimore, 1955-1957, W.R. Grace & Company, 1957-1964.
Consultant on development of recently discovered phosphate deposits in Southern Rhodesia (visited area in 1948, 50). Smith-Mundt appointee to New Zealand to survey fertilizer production problems summer 1951. Registered profile engineer, Iowa, Georgia, Maryland.
Born July 11, 1911