Harvey Stenger, Jr.
Dr. Harvey Stenger, Jr. is the Dean of the University at Buffalo’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
A 2008 biographical note states that Dr. Stenger graduated with a chemical engineering degree from Cornell University and holds a doctorate of science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has participated in research such hydrogen production, mercury reaction pathways and catalytic destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons. The former Dean of Lehigh University’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, Dr. Stenger received 11 academic awards there from 1988-2006. In addition to his service as a Dean at University at Buffalo, Dr. Stenger also is a Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering." He was one of the listed speakers at a public meeting organised by the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities to promote the proposed clean coal demonstration project in Jamestown, New York.
- Jamestown Board of Public Utilities, "Western New York Scientists and Technical Experts to Explain BPU Power Plant Project at October 1 Ward One Meeting at C.C. Ring School Auditorium", Media Release, September 26, 2008.
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