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Abstract Hugh McKinney Hulburt held several academic positions as well as working as a consultant at several private companies including his role as director of research at the Chemical Construction Corporation. In 1963 Hulburt accepted an appointment at Northwestern University as professor of chemical engineering. He chaired the department of chemical engineering from 1964 to 1970. 1980 he was associate dean of Northwestern's Graduate School and served as associate dean for planning and development of...
Abstract The George G. Lamb Papers fill thirteen boxes and one oversize folder and span the years from 1935 to 1977. The Papers are arranged in nine categories including: biographical materials, general and family correspondence, teaching files, research files, professional societies, papers presented at professional meetings, publications, administrative materials, and miscellaneous. The biographical materials include curricula vitae, faculty report forms, biographical data for various...
Abstract The Richard S. H. Mah Papers fill one half-size box and date from the period 1980-1981. In addition to one folder of biographical materials the series includes two folders of correspondence, mailing lists, papers, and related materials pertaining to a conference on computer-aided process design held July 6-11, 1980 at New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire, and sponsored by the Engineering Foundation and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Mah was Co-chair of the conference...
Abstract Once it was established, Northwestern's school of engineering became known as the Technological Institute. The Chemical Engineering Department of Technological Institute was established in 1940. Because of World War II and the lack of suitable professors, Dr. A.B. Newman, Chairman of the Educational Committee of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, served as a consultant in establishing the curriculum. The first graduate students entered the department in the fall term of 1945. This...
- Names: Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Department of Chemical Engineering--Faculty X