John Warfield Exhibit

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Initiates of the engineering honor society Eta Kappa Nu at the University of Missouri in 1947. Warfield is in the back row, third from the right.

Warfield was given the 1977 Outstanding Contribution Award by the Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, part of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

This Fall 1975 test is for an advanced course in Electrical Engineering at the University of Virginia, taught by Warfield.

This patent, Warfield's second, was also known as a "digital goniometer."

Warfield's second patent was for a "digital squelch system."

Warfield was awarded his PhD by Purdue University in 1952.

Private Warfield received a certificate upon completion of a series of courses in Electrical Engineering at Penn State taken from December 1944 through December 1945.

Warfield returned to Penn State in 1949 as an Instructor in Electrical Engineering. This offer letter lays out the specifics of salary, duties, and the possibility of tenure.

This one page excerpt is from a large binder of computing materials related to the PENNSTAC computer project at Penn State in the 1950's. Note that the diagram has been approved and initialed by Warfield.

In 1949, Warfield returned to Penn State College, this time as a member of the faculty, teaching Electrical Engineering. Here, he poses by the side of the road with an automobile.