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Smith, Robert (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Vol. 70, No. 6 (March 1966)

Alumni news or: badgers make good,   pp. 42-47


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  LLOYD J. SEVERSON mme'36
  WITH USS IN PITTSBURGH
  Mr. Lloyd J. Severson has been
appointedc  Director-International
Raw  Materials Investigations of
United States Steel Corporation
effective January 1, 1965, it was
announced today by Mr. Robert
M. Lloyd, administrative vice-
president-International. Mr.
Severson will be based in Pitts-
burg], Pa.
  In his newv responsibility, Mr.
Severson will investigate raw ma-
terials sources throughout the
world, seeking new mineral depos-
its that warrant development. His
broad background in this field,
much of it in foreign areas, ex-
tends to 1936, when he was gradu-
ated from the University of Wis-
consin. He wvals associated with the
U.S. Govern ment's Foreign and
Economic Adnministration from
1942 through 1944 in connection
with stategic mineral supplies for
World War II.
  Prior to assuming the presidency
of Quebec Cartier in 1957, he was
vice-presi(lent-m i n era 1 develop-
ment of the Oliver Iron Mining
Division of U.S. Steel, with head-
(qluarters in Duluth, Minn. He
headed the investigational work
which discovered the present min-
eral areas of Quebec Cartier Min-
ing Company and became pres-
ident of that company when it was
formed in 1957.
  The development of these prop-
erties and the construction pro-
gram at Quebec Cartier has been
one of the larger developments in
iron ore mining to be completed
in recent years. It involved the
planning, scheduling and contract-
ing of a large deep-draft harbor,
nearly 200 miles of railroad through
undeveloped country, and the es-
tablishment of one of the world's
largest mining and concentrator
operations.
  Mr. Severson was active in the
Canadian Institute of Mining and
Metallurgical Engineers, the Cor-
poration of Engineers of Quebec,
and was a member of the Hon-
orary Board of Governors of the
Canadian Association for Retarded
Children.
Alumni News
  DR. C. R. ADLER APPOINTED
          AT KODAK
 Dr. Charles R. Adler has been
appointed manager of product
planning for the business systems
markets division of Eastman Kodak
Company, James M. Arnold, gen-
eral manager of the division, has
announced.
Dr. Adler began his career with
the company in 1950 in the manu-
facturing experiments division at
Kodak Park Works, Rochester, N.Y.
He became a senior development
engineer in 1955.
  From 1959 to 1960 he held an
Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship at Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology,
where he received an M.S. degree
in management.
  He was made a technical as-
sociate with Kodak in 1961 and the
following year transferred to Kodak
office where he joined the general
management staff as an adminis-
trative assistant.
  A native of Illinois, Dr. Adler
received a B.S. degree in chemical
engineering from the Illinois Insti-
tute of Technoloy and M.S. and
Ph.D. degrees in Chemical Engi-
neering from the University of
Wisconsin.
  He holds membership in Phi
Lambda Upsilon, chemical honor-
ary fraternity; Alpha Chi Sigma,
chemical professional fraternity;
and Sigma Xi, research honorary
fraternity. He is a member of the
American Institute of Chemical
Engineers, the Society of Sloan
Fellows, the Rochester Chamber of
Commerce, and the Rochester So-
ciety of Photographic Scientists
and Engineers. He is also a mem-
ber of the board of directors for
the Rochester area Council of
Churches.
  He has written articles on chem-
ical engineering and has received
two U.S. patents.
  Dr. Adler resides with his wife,
Carol, and their three children, at
170 Danbury Circle South, Brigh-
ton, N.Y.
          THE
  WISCONSIN
    ENGINEER
 APPRECIATES
ALUMNI NEWS
FROM FIRMS
         AND
 INDIVIDUALS.
       PLEASE
INCLUDE YEAR
           OF
GRADUATION,
      MAJOR,
         AND
   A GLOSSY
      PHOTO,
  IF POSSIBLE.
THE WISCONSIN ENGINEER
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