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Arthur Phillips

metallurgy educator

Arthur Phillips, American metallurgy educator.

Background

Phillips, Arthur was born on February 3, 1892 in Troy, New York, United States. Son of John and Emma (Powell) Phillips.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1913. Master of Science, Yale University, 1915. Doctor of Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1944.

Doctor honoris causa, University San Paulo, Brazil, 1944.

Career

Metallurgist Bridgeport (Connecticut) Brass Company, 1915-1919. Member faculty Yale University, 1919-1959, successively assistant professor, associate professor, 1919-1934, professor metallurgy, 1934-1959, chairman department, 1950-1959, professor emeritus, from 1960. Consultant metallurgist.

Board directors Henry G. Thompson & Son Company, New Haven.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

Married Minnie L. Willis, June 16, 1917.

father:
John Phillips

mother:
Emma (Powell) Phillips

spouse:
Minnie L. Willis