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nuclear chemistry educator

Raymond K. Sheline, American Nuclear chemistry educator. Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Fellow American Physical Society; member American Chemical Society (Florida award 1980, Nuc. award 1998), Danish Royal Academy Sciences (foreign 1974), Sigma Xi.

Background

Sheline, Raymond K. was born on March 31, 1922 in Port Clinton, Ohio, United States. Son of Raymond Kaiser and Rozena (Huard) Sheline.

Education

Bachelor of Science summa cum laude, Bethany College, 1943; Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Berkeley, 1949.

Career

Research assistant, Manhattan Project War Research, Columbia, 1943-1945; junior science, University of California at Los Alamos Laboratory, 1945-1946; consultant, University of California at Los Alamos Laboratory, 1961; instructor, Institute Nuclear Studies and chemistry department University of Chicago, 1949-1951; associate professor of chemistry, Florida State University, 1951-1955; professor, Florida State University, 1955-1958; professor of chemistry and physics, Florida State University, 1958-1999; Robert O. Lawton distinguished professor of chemistry and physics, Florida State University, 1966-1999; chairman nuclear science program, Florida State University, 1959-1970; research professor, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, 1964; Nordita professor, Niels Bohr Institute, 1972. Fulbright lecturer, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, 1955-1958;Egyptian national lecturer Ein Shams U., Cairo, Egypt, 1956. Consultant chemical division Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1959-1964.

Nordita professor of University Lund, Sweden. Mem.Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Committee, 1958-1961. Member commission on postdoctoral fellowships in chemistry National Academy Sciences, 1958-1963.

Member Governor's Committee on Quality Education, 1961-1963. Consultant physical facilities program National Science Foundation, 1963-1966;consultant Los Alamos Science Laboratory, 1961-1995. Co-chairman Gordon Research Conference on Nuclear Chemistry, 1967.

Consultant Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, 1975-1997. Chairman review committee Nuclear Chemistry division Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, 1979-1980. Member science and advising committee on administration of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Science Laboratory University of California, 1981-1989.

Lecturer Nuclear Physics Summer School, Mikolaki, Poland, 1974. Gillon lecturer National U. Zaire, Kinshasa, 1976. Visiting research professor Institute für Kernphysik, Kernforschungsanlage, Julich, Federal Republic Germany, 1976.

Visiting fellow nuclear physics Australian National U., 1982-1983. Appointee Ford Foundation research project International Cooperative Atomic Energy, 1957-1958.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles numerous science journals, professional publications.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Fellow American Physical Society. Member American Chemical Society (Florida award 1980, Nuc. award 1998), Danish Royal Academy Sciences (foreign 1974), Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Yvonne Faith Engwall, June 9, 1951. Children: Yvette Ingrid, Raymond Kenneth, Jonathan Lee, Hans Eric, Rebecca Ruth, Martin Engwall, Christian Thomas.

father:
Raymond Kaiser Sheline

mother:
Rozena (Huard) Sheline

spouse:
Yvonne Faith Engwall

children:
Yvette Ingrid Sheline

Raymond Kenneth Sheline

Jonathan Lee Sheline

Hans Eric Sheline

Rebecca Ruth Sheline

Martin Engwall Sheline

Christian Thomas Sheline