Clarence H. Lorig
Battelle Memorial Institute
PhDMetE ’28, MSMetE ’25, BSMetE ’24
Born, St. Paul, Minnesota, August 2, 1900.
B.S. 1924, University of Wisconsin.
M.S. 1925, University of Wisconsin.
Ph.D. 1928, University of Wisconsin.
Metallurgist, Stowell Co., Milwaukee, 1925-26; French Battery Co., Madison, 1926-27.
Asst. Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, 1929-30.
Supervising Metallurgist, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1930-46.
Asst. Director, Battelle Memorial Institute since 1946.
Member: American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, The American Foundrymen’s Society, The American Society for Metals, Society of Automotive Engineers.
Author of many articles for scientific, technical and trade journals.
Recipient in 1950 of Joseph S. Seaman Gold Medal from the American Foundrymen’s Society for distinction in Metallurgical research.