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experience

Adjunct Professor - Mechanical engineering  
Saint Louis University, January 2002 to Present



Adjunct Professor - Mechanical Engineering  
Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, January 2000 to January 2009



Adjunct Professor - Mechanical Engineering  
Washington University in St. Louis, January 1992 to Present



Principle Plant Engineer  
Air Products & Chemicals - Permea Division, January 1992 to January 1999



Engineering Manager  
MEMC Electronic Materials, January 1968 to January 1985



Professional Engineer  
Thomas L. Bever, P.E., January 1958 to Present, Saint Louis, Missouri United States

Thomas Bever is a Professional Engineer with 0ver 50 years of experience in high tech manufacturing industries including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, gasses, electronics, chemicals and pumps. He has a strong background in project management, machine design, manufacturing, safety, ergonomics and industrial training and is recognized as an innovative problem solver. Mr. Bever teaches a two day course on the “Fundamentals of Fastening Systems” for the continuing education division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Locations for these presentations have included: The National Design Engineering Show – Chicago, IL NASA – Glen Research Center – Cleveland, OH NASA – Marshall Space Center – Huntsville, AL Lockheed Martin Co. – Kennedy Space Center - Cocoa Beach, FL United Defence, L.P. – Santa Clara, CA TVA – Chattanooga, TN Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant – Seabrook, NH

education

Washington University in St. Louis  
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Jan, 1954 to Jan, 1958