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David Stirling Anderson

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1937. Bio Note.

David Stirling Anderson (1895- )

Principal, Central Technical College, Birmingham.

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1937 Bio Note [1]

ANDERSON, David Stirling; b. 25th September, 1895, at Glasgow. Educ.: Royal Technical College, Glasgow University, Universite de Grenoble, France; Ph.D., B.Sc., Glasgow University, Associate of Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Engineering training with North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., Glasgow; Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay, Paisley; Research Assistant in Mechanical Engineering, Royal Technical College, 1920-24; Head of Engineering Department, Derby Technical College, 1924-26; Principal, Derby Technical College, 1926-29; Principal, Central Technical College, Birmingham, 1930; member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Institution of Automobile Engineers. Publications Various scientific publications. Recreations: Golf, badminton. Clubs: Royal Scottish. Automobile. Address: Shielding, Lickey Square, Rednal.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1937-8 Birmingham Year Book