Akron, University of

Akron, University of,

at Akron, Ohio; coeducational; established 1870 as Buchtel College, transferred 1913 as the nucleus of the Municipal Univ. of Akron. In 1967 the school became a state university. During World War II scientists connected with the university worked on the critical development of synthetic rubber. The university has an extensive adult education system.
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Venkataswamy has delivered several invited lectures in international conferences organized by the American Chemical Society, SPE, and RAPRA, and by academic and research institutions such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Akron, University of Florida, SPE, the Indian Institute of Technology (Chennai), and National Chemical Laboratories (Pune, India).
The universities selected to participate are Michigan Technological University, Mississippi State University, Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, San Diego State University, Texas Tech University, University of Akron, University of California-Davis, University of Michigan, University of Tennessee, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, University of Texas-Austin, University of Tulsa, University of Waterloo, University of Wisconsin Madison, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia University.