Year Retired from SJSU
Stanford University, Metallurgical Engineering, 1952 Ph.D.
Stanford University, Metallurgical Engineering, 1949 M.S.
University of Pittsburgh, Metallurgical Engineering, 1941 B.S.
San Jose State University, 1954-1985
University of Hawaii, Visiting Professor, 1964 & 1971 spring
U.S. Naval Postgraduate School (Visiting Professor), 1962 summer
Stanford University, 1951-1954
Administrative and Professional Experience
Metallurgist, Crucible Steel Co. of America, 1941‑1944
U.S. Navy, 1944‑1946 (saw service in Philippine Islands)
Sturdivant Metal Products (electro-metallurgy), Chem. Metallurgist, 1946‑1947
The Cybernetic Society, Pergamon Press, 396 pp.1972.
Report. Cybernation and Man. U.S. Office of Education. 1961.
Various papers on high temperature properties of materials. 1948-1954.