James L. Gaddy
BSChE, Louisiana Polytechnic University
PhDChE University of Tennessee
Dr. Gaddy began his career as a chemical engineer with the Ethyl Corp in Baton Rouge, LA in 1955. He moved to Arkla Chemical Corp in 1959 and remained there until 1966 when he began his academic career at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Gaddy later held several positions at the University of Missouri-Rolla before joining the University of Arkansas faculty in 1980 as professor and department head of chemical engineering. While serving as department head he founded Bioengineering Resources Inc., a small business dedicated to commercialization of biomass conversion to chemical and energy and serves as president and CEO. He was appointed emeritus distinguished professor of chemical engineering in 1989. Dr. Gaddy holds memberships in AIChE, ACS, American Society for Engineering Education, Tau Beta Pi, Omega Chi Epsilon, Sigma Xi, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has over 500 technical publications and presentations and holds 30 patents.
Arkansas Academy of Chemical Engineers, 2008.