Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Engineering, Syracuse University, 1956. M.Chem. Engineering, Syracuse University, 1957. Postgraduate (National Science Foundation Science Faculty fellow), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962.
Doctor of Philosophy (National Science Foundation Science Faculty fellow), Oregon State University, 1964.
Principal chemical engineer, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio., 1957-1958;
instructor, then assistant professor, Oregon State University, 1958-1964;
research engineer, Hanford Atomic laboratories, Richland, Washington, 1959-1960;
research engineer, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Livermore, California, 1964;
from assistant professor to professor nuclear engineering, Kansas State University, Manhattan, 1964-1972;
professor, chairman nuclear engineering, U. Missouri, Columbia, 1972-1982;
Robert Lee Tatum professor engineering, U. Missouri, 1974-1982;
co-director energy systems and resources program, U. Missouri, 1974-1982;
co-founder, Energy and Public Policy Center, 1981-1982;
1st holder Niagara Mohawk Energy professorship, Syracuse University, 1982-1992;
director Institute for Energy Research, Syracuse University, 1984-1992;
professor public administration Maxwell School Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, 1985-1992;
executive director Industrial Innovation Extension Svc., Center New York Pilot Project, Syracuse University, 1988-1990;
technical director Electric Power Research Institute Knowledge Based Technology Application Center, Syracuse University, 1989-1992;
executive director Manufacturers Assistance Center, Syracuse University, 1990-1992. Director summer institutions National Science Foundation-Atomic Energy Commission, 1969, National Science Foundation, 1972. Co-director summer instructor Atomic Energy Commission, 1972, director workshop, 1973.
Director (Energy Research and Development Administration workshops), 1975-1979. Member Columbia Coal Gasification Task Force, 1977, Governor Kansas Nuclear Energy Council, 1971-1972. Consultant to government and industry.
Executive director Industrial Innovation Extension Svc. for Center New York, 1988-1990.
Member Manhattan Human Relations Organization, 1966-1972. Active local Boy Scouts American. Co-chairman No on 11 Committee, 1980.
Fellow American Nuclear Society (chairman public information committee 1975-1979, national special award 1974, outstanding service award 1980, board directors 1981-1984, chairman university/industry relations subcommittee education division since 1980, executive committee education division since 1989). Member American Institute Chemical Engineers (chairman nuclear engineering division 1977-1978), American Chemical Society (touring lecturer 1976-1983), American Society Engineering Education (chairman nuclear division 1976-1977), American Wind Society, New York Academy of Sciences, Sigma Xi (vice president, president Syracuse section 1984-1986), Tau Beta Pi.
Married Jacqueline Miscall, May 8, 1953. Children: Kim, Holt, Eric, Leah, Suzannah.