THE MTCTITAN PATTY
In New York
Faculty Men Participate
In ASME Convention,
Institutes To Meet
In New York City this week a num-
ber of national engineering organ-
izations are holding annual meetings
and several faculty members of the
College of Engineering are taking,
prominent parts in their proceedings.
Prof. O. W. Boston and Prof. W. W.
Gilbert, of the metal processing de-
partment, are attending meetings of
the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers. At the Eleventh Annual
Chemical Exposition the University
is represented by Prof. A. H. White
and Prof. G. G. Brown of the chem-
ical engineering department.
At a dinner today Prof. White will
make a presentation to the Dow
Chemical Company of an Award for
Chemical Engineering Achievement
on behalf of Chemical and Metallur-
gical Engineering Magazine. The
publication chooses a committee to
determine this annual award. This
year the committee, headed by Prof.
White, picked Dow for its work in
making magnesium from sea water.
On Thursday Professors Boston
and Gilbert will read a paper before
a section meeting of AbME on the
action of cutting fluids.
Prof. G. G. Brown as a director of
the Institute of Chemical Engineer-
ing will be in New York Thursday
and Friday for meetings of that or-
uoneaing a week of dinners and
committee meetings Prof. White will
be "on the air" at 11:45 a.m. Satur-
day on the Columbia Broadcasting
System's program, "Adventures in
Science." He will also address the
regional meeting of the Mid-Atlantic
section of the Society for the Pro-
motion of Engineering Education on
Institutes To Meet Here
s Joining ranks to put on o6ne of the
outstanding dinner functions of the
year, two engineering groups, the
American Institutes of Chemical En-
gineering and Mining and Metallur-
gical Engineering announced Decem-
ber 15 as the date of their joint ban-
quet at the Union. ,
Feature speaker will be the newly-
elected president of the national
AIChE organization. S. D. Fitzpat-
rick, editor of. Chemical and Metal-
lurgical Engineering Magazine.
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