Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Drexel University, 1962. Microsoft Security Essentials, Drexel University, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Jefferson Medical College, 1967.
Engineer missile and space division, General Electric Company, Philadelphia, 1962;
engineer Applied Physics Laboratory, E.I. DuPont Company, Wilmington, Delaware, 1963;
from assistant professor to professor biomedical science, Drexel U., Philadelphia, 1967-1980;
professor electrical and computer engineering, Drexel U., Philadelphia, since 1980;
acting head department biological science, Drexel U., Philadelphia, 1984-1985;
assistant head department electrical and computer engineering, Drexel U., Philadelphia, 1987-1989;
associate dean College Engineering, Drexel U., Philadelphia, 1988-1989;
interim dean, Drexel U., Philadelphia, 1989-1990;
vice provost for research and graduate studies, Drexel U., Philadelphia, 1990-1996;
vice president educational Research and Development, Drexel U., Philadelphia, since 1996. Member of staff, congressional fellow committee science and technical United States House of Representatives, 1980-1981. Program director National Science Foundation, Washington, 1983-1984.
Visiting scientist Legislation Research Office Pennsylvania House Representatives, Harrisburg, 1986-1987.
Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (board directors 1983-1984, member committees, Centennial medal 1984), National Academy Engineering, American Institute Medical and Biologic Engineering, American Society Engineering Education (Centennial medal 1993). Member Sigma Xi.
Married Dorothy Mildred Gold, December 23, 1962. Children: Stephen Arthur, Larry Brian, Richard Michael.