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Virgil Garnett Trice

Chemical Engineer

K-Gray Engineering Pathway Digital Library

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Background Information

Employment History

Chemical Engineer

Argonne National Laboratory


Nuclear Waste Management Engineer for the Administration

Energy Research and Development


Chemical Engineer


Senior Program Analyst

U.S. Department of Energy


Program Manager

U.S. Department of Energy


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K-Gray Engineering Pathway Digital Library - Engineering Education Wing of the NSDL

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Virgil Garnett Trice, Jr.: Chemical Engineer
"Virgil Garnett Trice, Jr. received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Purdue University in 1945. He received a Master of Science in Industrial Engi ... more This is a case study of an historical African American engineer. "Virgil Garnett Trice, Jr. received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Purdue University in 1945. He received a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology in 1970. Mr. Trice served as a Chemical Engineer at the Argonne National Laboratory from 1947 to 1971. He served as a Nuclear Waste management Engineer for the Energy Research and Development Administration, from 1971 to 1977. He was a Senior Program Analyst (1977-81) and Program Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy from 1981 to the present. His program of research and work focuses on radioactive waste management. Keywords: African American or Black Engineer, ethnic diversity less


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Mass transfer in a continuous-flow mixing vessel by Virgil G. Trice, Argonne National Laboratory, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission - 1957 - 43 pages


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Virgil Garnett Trice, Jr. received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Purdue University in 1945.He received a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology in 1970.Mr. Trice served as a Chemical Engineer at the Argonne National Laboratory from 1947 to 1971.He served as a Nuclear Waste management Engineer for the Energy Research and Development Administration, from 1971 to 1977.He was a Senior Program Analyst (1977-81) and Program Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy from 1981 to the present.His program of research and work focuses on radioactive waste management. Memberships and Awards Member, Sigma Xi. Member, American Nuclear Society. Bibliography:


TheBlackMarket.com (Achievers of Color)

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On Feb. 3, 1926, Virgil Garnett Trice, Jr. was born in Indianapolis, Indiana.He became a chemical engineer.He served as a Nuclear Waste Management Engineer for the Energy Research and Development Administration from 1971 to 1977.His program of research and work focuses on radioactive waste management.From: Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences


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Virgil Garnett Trice, Jr., born February 3, 1926, in Indianapolis, Indiana, becomes a chemical engineer whose research focuses on radioactive waste management. (From: Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences, an Internet source )
Emile, Griffith, born February 3, 1938, in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, becomes a professional boxer, who won the world's championship belts six times. He held the welterweight professional championship, three times. In 1966, he won the world middleweight title. He lost that title in April 1967, but won it back in a rematch September of the same year.


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