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Professor James Small
Professor James Small (c1898-1968)


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''' 1968 Obituary <ref> [[1968 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Obituaries]] </ref>
''' 1968 Obituary <ref> [[1968 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Obituaries]] </ref>
A Member of the Institution for 38 years, Prof. James Small, DSc, PhD (Member), Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Glasgow, died on the 9th January at the age of 70.
Prof. Small was elected to the Chair of Heat Engines at Glasgow University in 1938; it was renamed the James Watt Chair of Mechanical Engineering in 1951. He was also appointed Director of the James Watt Engineering Laboratories and was responsible for establishment of a Hospital Engineering Research Unit which was sponsored jointly by the Nuffield Provincial Hospital Trust and the University. His drive and enterprise strengthened the position of the engineering faculty and his wide experience guided the department through difficult periods of change and growth.
He also took a keen interest in Institution activities and was for a time Chairman of the Scottish Branch. A former president of the [[Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland]], Prof. Small was a President of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow.
It is with deep regret that the Institution records the death of this dedicated engineer and fine educationist.




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1968.

Professor James Small (c1898-1968)


1968 Obituary [1]

A Member of the Institution for 38 years, Prof. James Small, DSc, PhD (Member), Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Glasgow, died on the 9th January at the age of 70.

Prof. Small was elected to the Chair of Heat Engines at Glasgow University in 1938; it was renamed the James Watt Chair of Mechanical Engineering in 1951. He was also appointed Director of the James Watt Engineering Laboratories and was responsible for establishment of a Hospital Engineering Research Unit which was sponsored jointly by the Nuffield Provincial Hospital Trust and the University. His drive and enterprise strengthened the position of the engineering faculty and his wide experience guided the department through difficult periods of change and growth.

He also took a keen interest in Institution activities and was for a time Chairman of the Scottish Branch. A former president of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Prof. Small was a President of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow.

It is with deep regret that the Institution records the death of this dedicated engineer and fine educationist.



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