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By Robert L. Young,
Associate Dean and Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Emeritus, The University of Tennessee.
Retired From the University of Tennessee Space Institute 1990.
Fellow of AIAA, ASME, ABET, AEDC
First Published in the year 2000

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THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 1945

This Institute was my home for three degrees and four years as a faculty member. As a faculty member my office was at the window on the lowest level to the far right of the left wing of the Institute and our ME labs were in the middle wing on the left hand side of the Instute. BSME (1946) as Navy V-12 Program student, MSME (1948) as Graduate Assistant teaching ME Labs, PhD (1953) as Instructor teaching Kinematics and Thermodynamics. Assistant Professor of ME (1953 to 1957) teaching Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer and Nuclear Engineering, promoted to Associate Professor of ME and put on one year leave to join Univeristy of Tennessee as Associate Professor of ME and Director of the UT/AEDC Graduate Study Program. At the end of my year's leave, NU asked me to return to assist with a student morale problem they had in the ME department but I felt it best for me and my family to remain in Tullahoma with UT and AEDC. From October 1943 to June of 1944 I was a Navy V-12 Program student at the University of Illinois, Urbana studying Engineering.

FOR A CURRENT INTERACTIVE MAP OF NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY:
http://aquavite.northwestern.edu/maps/buildinglookup.cgi?lookupid=197

MY NORTHWESTERN V12 GROUP 1945
http://community.webtv.net/ryoung26/RLYVARIOUS

PHOTO AND INFO REGARDING THE ILLINOIS CENTERAL RAIL ROAD STATION IN CHICAGO AT STATE STREET AND ROOSEVELT AVENUE:
http://patsabin.com/illinois/vintage7.htm
From 1943 to 1957, I used this station to make many IC RR trips to my Cumberland County home and many other places. They do not build RR stations like this maginifcient buildings any more.

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