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Oklahoma State University

1967-1980

ConocoPhillips Lectureship in Chemical Engineering Education

May 11, 1967
DR. OLAF ANDREAS HOUGEN
Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering
University of Wisconsin

Progress and Future in Chemical Engineering Education

November 21, 1967
DR. BRUCE HORNBOOK SAGE
Professor of Chemical Engineering
California Institute of Technology

Research in an Academic Atmosphere

December 10, 1968
DR. ROBERT B. BECKMANN
Professor and Head, Dept. of Chemical Engineering,br>University of Maryland

Chemical Engineering Education:
Profession for the Future or Derelict of the Past?

November 7, 1969
DR. JOHN J. McKETTA
Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
The University of Texas System

The Contribution of Chemical Engineering to the Fabulous Future of Man

November 13, 1970
DR. GEORGE BURNET
Head, Chemical Engineering Department
Iowa State University and
Chief, Chemical Engineering Division
Ames Laboratory
United States Atomic Energy Commission

Chemical Engineering Technology – An Educational Challenge

November 12, 1971
DR. WILLIAM H. CORCORAN
Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Vice President for Institute Relations
California Institute of Technology

Who Tends to Store? – Chemical Change, 1980

November 10, 1972
DR. LAWRENCE N. CANJAR
Dean, College of Engineering
University of Detroit

The Professional Engineering School

November 6, 1973
DR. W. ROBERT MARSHALL
Dean, College of Engineering
University of Wisconsin – Madison

The Need for Public Understanding of Technology

November 22, 1974
DR. JOSEPH J. MARTIN
Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Associate Director
Institute of Science and Technology
University of Michigan

No Engineer Can Serve Two Masters – Or Can He?

October 10, 1975
DR. JAMES R. FAIR
Director of Engineering Technology Area
Corporate Engineering Department
Monsanto Company

Industry-University Interactions

October 15, 1976
DR. M.R. LOHMANN
Dean, Division of Engineering,
Technology and Architecture
Oklahoma State University

Looking Forward – Looking Back An Old and New Problem of the Profession

December 2, 1977
DR. FRANK M. TILLER
M.D. Anderson Professor of
Chemical Engineering
University of Houston

Complexity and Confusion in World Affairs. Challenge to Engineers and Educators

November 30, 1978
DR. D.L. KATZ
Professor Emeritus
University of Michigan

Practice What You Teach

November 20, 1979
DR. JAMES WEI
Head, Department of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Rejuvenation of Chemical Engineering

November 14, 1980
DR. MAX S. PETERS
Professor of Chemical Engineering
Dean Emeritus, College of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Colorado – Boulder

Politicians and Higher Education in a Technical Society