Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1957; Doctor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1963; Master of Arts, Brown U., 1967.
Cons. engineer, since 1957;
engineer shipbuilding division, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Quincy, Massachusetts, 1957;
instructor metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1957-1960;
research assistant department metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1960-1963;
instructor metallurgy division university extension, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1958-1962;
assistant professor engineering, Brown U., Providence, 1963-1967;
associate professor, Brown U., Providence, 1967-1970;
professor, Brown U., Providence, 1970-1998;
director central electron microscopy facility Materials Research program, Brown U., Providence, 1971-1986;
director undergraduate program in engineering, Brown U., Providence, 1991-1998;
professor emeritus, since 1998;
president, Ednl. Aids of Newton Inc., Providence, 1968-1971;
president, Marc H. Richman Inc., Providence, since 1981. Guest scientist Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, 1959.
Visiting professor U. Rhode Island, Kingston, 1970-1971. Biophysicist department medicine Miriam Hospital, Providence,1974-1987. Biogengr. department orthopaedics Rhode Island Hospital, 1979-1993.
Professor emeritus Brown U., Providence, since 1998.
Served to major Ordnance corpus, United States army, 1963. Fellow National Academy Forensic Engineers (certified), American College Forensic Examiners (certified), American Institute Chemists, Institute Materials (United Kingdom). Member American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Mining, National Society of Professional Engineers, American Society for Engineering Education (Outstanding Young Faculty award 1969), National Association of Female Executives (board certified diplomate in forensic engineering), American Society Metals (secretary-treasurer 1965-1968, chairman Rhode Island chapter 1968-1969, Albert Sauveur Memorial award 1968, 69), Providence Engineering Society (president 1991-1992, Freeman award for engineering achievement 1989), B'nai B'rith, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi.
Married Ann Raeshel Yoffa, August 31, 1963.