Bachelor of Science, Eastern Kentucky University, 1941. Master of Arts, Eastern Kentucky University, 1942. Master of Electrical Engineering, University Illinois, 1948.
Postgraduate, University Illinois, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1958.
Assistant professor electrical engineering, U. Kentucky, 1948-1951; assistant professor, director electronics laboratory, University of Michigan, 1958-1960; associate professor, University of Michigan, 1960-1962; professor, University of Michigan, 1962-1982; professor emeritus, University of Michigan, since 1982; chairman electrical engineering Department, University Michigan, 1965-1968; associate dean engineering for department administration, University of Michigan, 1968-1973; acting dean engineering, University of Michigan, 1980-1981; associate director, Institute Science and Technology responsible for university-industry relations, 1963-1965; director electrical engring program, U. Northern Florida, 1986-1989.
Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (senior, director 1971-1973. Centennial Medal 1984), National Electronics Conference Inc.
(president 1966, director, chairman 1969-1971), Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi.
Married Vera June Maybury, June 2, 1942. Children: Frances Diane, Lawrence White.