Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1957.
Geophysicist, Arctic Institute North America, Little American, Antarctica., 1957-1958;
geophysicist, Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory Columbia University, Station Charlie, Arctic Ocean., 1958-1960;
freelance writer, New York City, 1960-1962;
public information director Project Mohole, Brown and Root, Houston, 1962-1964;
various positions, World Book Encyclopedia Science Service, Houston, 1964-1970;
president, Universal Science News, Houston, 1970-1974;
public, Tribune Newspapers, Houston, 1970-1974;
vice president, Universal Publication Company, Houston, 1970-1974;
director research and development, Field Enterprises Ednl. Corporation, Chicago, 1974-1975;
executive director, Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, Oak Park, Illinois, 1975-1987;
Knight science journalism fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987-1988;
editor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Report, 1988-1989;
science/medical writer, Harvard University, Cambridge, since 1989. Participate- in United States-French geophysical exploration of Lake Tanganyika, East Africa, 1981.
Served as navigator of oceanic research vessel Tatarrax, 1978. Member United States delegate to the Soviet Union to discuss cooperativeresearch in materials and metallurgy under the United States/Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics Science and Technology Agreement, 1977. Consultant, editor Washington Post-Los Angeles News Service, 1976.
Worker Operation Green Turtle, Costa Rica, 1966-1967. Participant expedition to Mount Ararat, Turkey, 1964.
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Married Alicia Marie Connors, December 28, 1958. 1 child, Steven William.