Richard Edwin Nightingale Edit Profile
Bachelor in Chemistry, Whitman College, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Chemistry, Washington State University, 1953.
Post-doctoral fellow University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1952-1954. Scientist General Electrical Company, Richland, Washington, 1954-1959, manager materials research, 1959-1964. Manager metallurgy and ceramics Battelle Northwest, 1965-1969, manager chemical technology, 1969-1984, program manager, since 1984.
Instructor physical chemistry Joint Center for Graduate Study, Richland, 1959-1963. Delegate Geneva Conference Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, 1958, 62. Member, leader numerous science delegations to Europe, 1957-1985.
- Nuclear Graphite
God seeks to transform relationship with and between people. If politics is about how we choose to live together and to treat one another, there is surely a place for discerning the activity of God in politics.
Board directors Benton-Franklin Chapter American Red Cross, Kennewick, Washington, 1970-1975. Served with United States Army air corps, 1944-1945. Fellow American Nuclear Society (certified of merit 1968).
Member American Carbon Society (executive committee 1964-1968), American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon.
Married Joyce Helen Neel, June 11, 1944. Children: Katherine, Susan, Laura.
1952 - 1954
1954 - 1959