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Engineering educator

Scott Ray White, American engineering educator. Achievements include the development of continuous manufacturing techniques for composite materials; first comprehensive mechanics of processing model for composites manufacturing.

Background

White, Scott Ray was born on February 14, 1963 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of Raymond William and Connie Kay (Givens) White.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Missouri, Rolla, 1985. Master of Science, Washington University, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, 1990.

Career

Production engineer, American Telephone & Telegraph Company Technology Systems, Kansas City, 1985;graduate student fellow, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley (Virginia) Research Center, 1985-1987;summer fellow, McDonnell Douglas Research laboratories, St. Louis, 1987;instructor, Engineering Graphics Pennsylvania State University, State College, 1988;research assistant, Composites Manufacturing Technology Center Pennsylvania State University, State College, 1987-1990;instructor, Engineering Science and Mechanics Pennsylvania State University, State College, 1989-1990;assistant professor, Aero. and Astro. Engineering University of Illinois, Urbana, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include the development of continuous manufacturing techniques for composite materials. First comprehensive mechanics of processing model for composites manufacturing.

Membership

Member American Institute Aeronautical and Astro. (faculty advisor since 1990), Society for the Advancement of Materials and Processing (faculty advisor since 1991), American Society Mechanical Engineers, American Society Composites.

Connections

Married Karen Christine Penny, May 19, 1984. Children: Amy Jessica, Evan Scott.

father:
Raymond William White

mother:
Connie Kay (Givens) White

spouse:
Karen Christine Penny

child:
Amy Jessica White

child:
Evan Scott White