Dr. William W. Akers, Vice President for Administration, Rice University
Dr. William W. Akers, Professor Emeritus of the Chemical Engineering Department, served the Rice Institute from 1955 to 1965 as chair of the chemical engineering department and directed research with Baylor College of Medicine that produced the first artificial heart.
William W. Akers, Rice University’s Vice President for Administration, and professor in Rice University’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, in a photograph used in the 1987 Campanile Yearbook. He is wearing a dark suit and a striped tie and is gesturing with his right hand. “Dr. Akers" is written below his photograph, along with a slip of paper with the following notes: "Job # 9218, Page 143, Position 3, 60%." Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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