Norman Hackerman begins the interview with a description of his graduate education at Johns Hopkins University and his encounters with Neil E. Gordon. After graduating from Johns Hopkins with a Ph.D. in chemistry,…
In this, his third of three interviews with James J. Bohning of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, Norman Hackerman begins by reviewing the origins of his association with The Electrochemical Society [ECS], which was…
Norman Hackerman begins his second interview by describing his work after coming to the University of Texas at Austin Department of Chemistry and starting the Corrosion Research Laboratory [currently the J. J. Pickle…
Norman Hackerman recounts his seven years at Johns Hopkins University, where he received both his bachelor's and PhD degrees and developed interests in philosophy and psychology as well as in physical chemistry. remarks…
- Interviewee Hackerman, Norman
- Interviewer Bohning, James J.
- Subject United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Manhattan District, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Hackerman, Norman, Lone Star Gas Company, Johns Hopkins University, University of Texas, Balcones Research Center, United States. Coast Guard, Loyola College in Maryland, and Colloid Corporation