Dugald C. Jackson

1907-1935 Electrical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Dugald Jackson"

(1865 - 1951)
Soon a second generation took over the American programs. Dugald C. Jackson and Harris J. Ryan of the second wave had remarkably similar careers. Both were born in Pennsylvania and both studied electrical science and technology at Cornell under William A. Anthony. Jackson took the postgraduate course in 1885-87 and Ryan worked as a research assistant to Anthony.

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William Arnold Anthony grad student 1885-1887 Cornell


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Charles F. Burgess research assistant 1895-1898 UW Madison (STSTree)
Vannevar Bush grad student 1916 MIT
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Jackson DC. (2015) ‘Necessary to engineers of the new generation’: what is important for engineers to know? Engineering Studies
Jackson DC. (1940) Trends In Engineering Education Science. 92: 183-189
Jackson DC. (1940) Engineering And Religion. Science. 92: 324-326
Jackson DC. (1940) Present trends in engineering education Electrical Engineering. 59: 152-156
Jackson DC. (1940) Man in an engineering world Journal of the Franklin Institute-Engineering and Applied Mathematics. 230: 1-17
Jackson DC. (1939) Engineering'S Part In The Development Of Civilization. Science. 89: 231-237
Jackson DC. (1939) Elihu Thomson: Electrical engineer Electrical Engineering. 58: 251-255
Jackson DC. (1939) Some high lights in the evolution of electrical-engineering education Electrical Engineering. 58: 165-168
Jackson DC. (1939) The social significance of engineering Electrical Engineering. 58: 59-63
Jackson DC. (1937) Engineers and Economics—II Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 56: 1225-1227
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