Mechanical engineering at the University of Arkansas developed into a program and a department in the late nineteenth century as the state government slowly began to understand the importance of the subject as part of the land-grant college's mission. After moving into its own building in the 1960s, the mechanical engineering program successfully developed into one that balanced the needs of faculty research with the needs of both undergraduate and graduate students. This is the department's story.Francis Eugene Mitchell, BS, Sul Ross State Teachers College; BSCE, University of Texas; Associate Professor (1948-1949) 3. Longley Reed Kirby, BSCE, University of Tennessee; Instructor (1948-1949), Assistant Professor (1949-1956) , anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arkansas, 1874-2004|
|Author||:||William Jordan Patty|
|Publisher||:||University of Arkansas Press - 2004|