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Physics educator

William Joseph Daughton, American physics educator. Achievements include patent on method of preparing an orifice plate for an inkjet printer. Member American Association Physics Teachers, Electrochemical Society, Colorado Springs Colorodo of C.

Background

Daughton, William Joseph was born on January 28, 1945 in St. Louis. Son of James Edward and Mary Rose (Lauer) Daughton.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Physics, Illinois College, 1967. Master of Science in Physics, South Dakota School of Mines, Rapid City, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Missouri, 1976.

Career

Instructor physics, Chadron (Nebraska) State College, 1968-1969; instructor physics, Jefferson College, Hillsboro, Missouri, 1969-1973; with technical staff, Texas Instruments, Dallas, 1976-1979; senior engineer, Mead Office Systems, Richardson, Texas, 1979-1982; director quality assurance, NCR-Microelectronics, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1982-1988; director engineering, NCR-Microelectronics, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1988-1991; assistant vice president semicustom products, NCR-Microelectronics, Fort Collins, Colorado, since 1991. Adjunct assistant professor physics U. Colorado, Colorado Springs, 1984-1991, advisory board College Engineering, 1984-1991.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent on method of preparing an orifice plate for an inkjet printer.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor over 20 articles to Physics Letters, Journal Physics, Journal Electrochemical Society, The Physics Teacher.

Membership

Member American Association Physics Teachers, Electrochemical Society, Colorado Springs Colorodo of C.

Connections

Married Sharon Threse Bourn, May 13, 1967. Children: Timothy, Jeffrey.

father:
James Edward Daughton

mother:
Mary Rose (Lauer) Daughton

spouse:
Sharon Threse Bourn

child:
Timothy Daughton

child:
Jeffrey Daughton