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H.T. Wilson Joins
Adams & Porter Assoc.
Richard R. McKay, president of
Adams & Porter Associates, Inc.,
Houston, Texas, has announced the addition of Hugh T. Wilson to the firm. efits include a salary of $11,500 for a 50-week year. The position is available currently, and is ex- pected to be filled by June 1980.
Interested applicants should write, enclosing a resume, to Prof.
J.B. Hadler, Director of the Cen- ter for Maritime Studies, or to
Alan L. Rowen, Associate Profes- sor of Marine Engineering, Webb
Institute of Naval Architecture,
Crescent Beach Road, Glen Cove,
Hulse Named Treasurer
Of American Ship Building
David Y. Hulse has been ap- pointed treasurer of The Ameri- can Ship Building Company,
Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Hulse had previously been assistant treas- urer and assistant vice president at Jim Walter Corporation, which he joined in April 1974. From 1968 until that time, he was a vice president at Pierce, Wulbern,
Murphey Inc., Tampa, Fla. Earli- er, he had been in retail and in- stitutional securities sales at Mer- rill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and
Mr. Hulse holds a B.S. degree from Florida State University and is a graduate of the Institute of
Investment Banking sponsored by the Wharton School of Business and Commerce, University of
Hugh T. Wilson
Mr. Wilson, with more than 25 years of industry experience, joined the organization in Janu- ary of this year. For the past 11 years, he was with Highlands In- surance Company of Houston, where he served as executive vice president. Prior to that, he was with a long-time Houston under- writing agency.
A graduate of Rice University,
Mr. Wilson is an active member of the American Institute of Ma- rine Underwriters, Maritime Law
Association of the U.S., and the
Houston Mariners Club.
Adams & Porter Associates,
Inc., is a Houston-based interna- tional insurance brokerage com- pany founded in 1907.
Webb Seeks Applications
For New Assistantship
Webb Institute of Naval Archi- tecture recently announced the
Jeremy B. Blood Research Assist- antship in Marine Engineering.
Jeremy B. Blood, class of 1922, was professor of marine engineer- ing at Webb Institute from 1926 through 1946. He subsequently headed the Department of Marine
Engineering at the New York
State Maritime Academy, now the
S.U.N.Y. Maritime College at Fort
Schuyler. This newly created po- sition will enable a promising young graduate marine engineer to further his professional studies while functioning as a research and academic assistant at Webb
Institute, the nation's oldest and most prestigious school of naval architecture and marine engineer- ing.
An applicant for this position must be a United States citizen with a Bachelor of Science degree in marine or mechanical engineer- ing, and a minimum of 12 months' experience in a field related to marine engineering. The position is offered for a contract period of approximately one year, and may be renewed for up to two further periods of one year each to a maximum of three years.
To facilitate the candidate's own graduate studies, his normal obli- gation to Webb Institute is for a four-day, 28-hour work week. Ben-
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