Bachelor of Science, University Louisville, 1935. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1943.
Assistant chemist, Corhart Refractories Company, Louisville, 1935-1936;
teaching, research assistant chemical engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1935-1939;
development engineer, research chemical engineer, E.I. duPont de Nemours & Company, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, 1940-1946;
associate professor chemical engineering, U. Kansas, Lawrence, 1946-1950;
professor, U. Kansas, 1950-1955;
Fulbright professor chemical engineering, King's College Durham U., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, 1952-1953;
professor, chemical engineering, U. Rochester, 1955-1969;
chairman, U. Rochester, 1955-1968;
associate laboratory director, Argonne (Illinois) National Laboratory, 1969-1974;
director, Center Ednl. Affairs, 1969-1979;
senior chemical engineer, Center Ednl. Affairs, 1969-1984;
retired, consultant, Center Ednl.
Affairs, since 1984. Visiting professor chemical engineering University of California, Berkeley, 1967-1968. Visiting professor University of Philippines, Quezon City, 1986.
Consultant in field.
Secretary Kansas Board Engineering Examiners, 1954-1955. Member advisory committee on training International Atomic Energy Agency, 1975-1979. Treasurer Lawrence (Kansas) League for Practice Democracy, 1950-1952.
Secretary Argonne Credit Union, 1994-1997. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute Chemists, American Institute Chemical Engineers (past chairman Kansas City section). Member American Chemical Society (past chairman Rochester section), Society Chemical Industry, American Society Engineering Education (past chairman graduate studies division), American Nuclear Society, Filtration Society, Triangle, Sigma Xi, Sigma Tau, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma.
Married Jean Adele Danielson, December 26, 1939 (divorced May 1948). 1 son, Shelby Carlton. Married Doreen Adare Kennedy, May 29, 1952 (deceased February 1971).