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Our Christmas Holidays Get-Togetherwill be on December 11, 2012 at The Two Guys from Italy Restaurant.
Watch you inbox for details. As usual, we will have an evening of fellowship and fun without any difficult subjects to try to understand or worry about.
Dallas AIChE – November 27th, 2012 Meeting Announcement
DATE: Tuesday November 27th, 2012
TIME: 6:00 PM Officer / Directors’ Meeting
6:30 PM Section Meeting
7:00 PM Social Hour (Bring your business cards) and dinner
8:00 PM One technical hour presentation
PLACE: Two Guys From Italy Restaurant
(West side of Webb Chapel Rd, South of Forest Lane)
11637 Webb Chapel Rd.
Dallas, TX 75229
COST: Cost of your meal (typically $8-15). The restaurant will
add a 17% tip to your bill, no need to tip additionally.
There will be no sales tax, as this is an official AIChE tax-
SPEAKER: James R. Montgomery, PhD, P.E.
TOPIC: Engineering Ethics The Requirements of the Texas State
Law and Administrative Code and More – 1 PDH (0.1
ABSTRACT: The presentation will cover, in addition to the main topic,
among other things, common complaints about engineers’
performance, certificates of Authorization for Businesses,
Sales Tax, and any other topics in your questions.
RSVP: Please RSVP. We need to give a good estimate of
attendance to the restaurant, and decide which room to
reserve. RSVP by e-mail to Jrodriguezperazz@aol.com. If by
phone, please call J. R. Rodriguez at 940-725-0493.
What’s in it for me? Here’s part of your answers:
• Comply with your Engineer’s License renewal requirement.
• Gain understanding and background on ethics for your own benefit.
• During the meeting I will have the opportunity to network with leaders in the Chemical Engineering field.
At this meeting you may also suggest or request future topics or volunteer to offer a talk on your favorite engineering or management subject thereby making yourself known to your peers and seniors attending the meeting or receiving the meeting invitation. Do not miss the meeting!
Our speaker has a long career encompassing different interesting aspects of the chemical engineering profession. He will draw from his vast experience for this interesting presentation.
Jim first graduated from College (Rose-Hulman) in 1960 and worked 6 years in the uranium metal business for Mallinckrodt at Weldon Springs, MO. The next three and a half years he continued to work for Mallinckrodt in St. Louis in Science Products and Pharmaceutical research.
He has several patents, including a nuclear reactor the size of a Coke can that is used as a Technetium generator that is used in the medical diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
After Mallinckrodt, he spent 6 months at Pfizer in East St. Louis as an assistant production supervisor in the production of magnetic oxides. The starting material for this was crushed cars. Then he went on to Monsanto, where he made a career of 27 years. Jim spent three years in international sales of detergent technology, 10 years in corporate engineering, and 14 years in process and product development. Jim retired in 1996.
After qualifying for a P.E. License in 1978, Jim served 6 years on the NCEES Examination Committee for Chemical Engineers, and 4 years on the Finance Committee. He also served 5 years on the Alabama Board of Licensure for Engineers and Surveyors. More recently he has done design and consulting on metal recovery and onsite waste treatment plants.
To “keep from getting bored in retirement” as he puts it, Jim completed a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering in 2010, his 5th earned college degree. He tells us that any further education will be for fun!
You may contact Jim for Chemical and Environmental Engineering Consulting at:
James R. Montgomery, PhD, P.E.