Joseph Marin, Biography
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Dr. Joseph Marin was the twelfth president of the SESA. He was well known as an educator, as a practicing engineer, and as a consultant. His research results and his textbooks on materials and on mechanics were widely used by engineers. The following article about Joe Marin was written shortly after his death: Dr. Joseph Marin 1905-1966
Biography of Dr. Joseph Marin, SESA President 1954-1955.
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