MC 00142 Guide to the Jerome Kohl Papers, 1942-1995

The collection has been arranged into three series: .Special Collections received the Subject Files and Slides in the order Kohl imposed on the documents. This organization -- by category of event rather than straight chronological order or order by topic -- has been kept to show the way in which Kohl worked. Thus, the subseries within each of the Subject Files series generally retain the titles that Kohl gave to his folder categories, although some have been revised to provide a more accurate description of their content.
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This series consists of 21 subseries arranged in alphabetical order as follows: Committees; Consulting; Contracts; Contracts-Proposals; Courses Taught at NCSU; Courses Taught Elsewhere; Courses Taken at NCSU; Employment Previous to NCSU; Lectures and Seminars; Meetings-Symposiums Attended; Meetings-Workshops Given; Meetings-Workshops in Production; Nuclear Engineering Department, NCSU; Nuclear Facilities, NCSU, Promotion; Nuclear Reactor Services, NCSU; Nuclear Reactor Training Programs, NCSU; Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU); Personal; Professional Travel; Societies; and Transparencies.
Committees, 1971-1988
This subseries includes correspondence, reports, and photographs that detail the committees on which Kohl participated on a local and state level, dealing with energy, energy conservation, and hazardous and low-level radioactive waste management.
[Box 1, Folder 1] Working Conference of the NC Committee on the Energy and the Environment, 1971
"Power Reactors, Duke Oconee Plant, Aerial view looking southeast, 4/28/73," Color print (1)
"CP&L Construction, Oconee 1 & 2," B/w print (2)
"CP&L Construction," B/w print (3)
"CP&L Construction," B/w print (4)
"CP&L Construction, Oconee 1 & 2," B/w print (5)
"CP&L Construction, Oconee 1 & 2," B/w print (6)
"CP&L Construction, Oconee 1 & 2," B/w print (7)
"CP&L Construction," B/w print (8)
"CP&L Construction," B/w print (9)
"CP&L Construction," B/w print (10)
[Box 1, Folder 2] "Freeman Report--Proposes Federal Legislation & Actions by Some States to Implement One Stop Site Reviews," presentation at Working Conference of the NC Committee on Energy & the Environment, 1971
[Box 1, Folder 3] Senate Conservation and Development Committee, Sub-Committee on Energy and the Environment (nuclear power plant siting), 1971, 1976, 1978
[Box 1, Folder 4] NC Nuclear Waste Terminal Storage Council, 1977-1978
[Box 1, Folder 5] Triangle J Council of Governments, Hazardous and Low-level Radioactive Waste Subcomittee, 1981-1985
[Box 1, Folder 6] NC Radiation Protection Commission, Low-level Radioactive Waste Management Committee, 1987-1988
[Box 1, Folder 7] Triangle J Council of Governments, Partners in Trash, 1987-1988
Consulting, 1962-1992
This subseries consists of correspondence, reports, manuals, reference material, and photgraphs that detail the companies or projects for which Kohl served as a consultant. Includes a large group of folders dealing with his 1992 NEPA- and World Bank-sponsored trip to China to help that country establish a waste minimization management system. Arranged in chronological order.
[Box 1, Folder 8] Miles Laboratories, Inc., Instrumentation Program, 1962-1970
Miles Laboratory computer and analyzer, "R1-2" B/w print (1)
[Box 1, Folder 9] W. G. Hunt, 1970-1971
[Box 1, Folder 10] Humphrey Electronics Incorporated, [1971]
[Box 2, Folder 1] ERDA Report, Comparing New Technologies for the Electric Utilities, 1977
[Box 2, Folder 2] National Coal Policy Project, Fuel Utilization and Conservation Task Force, 1977-1978
[Box 2, Folder 3] "Cogeneration," draft report from Fuel Utilization and Conservation Task Force meeting, 1977
[Box 2, Folder 4] Singer Climate Control Division, 1980
[Box 2, Folder 5] Research Triangle Institute, brochure for Energy and Environment Division, 1980
Research Triangle Institute laboratory, B/w negative, Kohl (1)
Research Triangle Institute laboratory, B/w negative, Kohl (2)
Research Triangle Institute laboratory, B/w contact sheet, Kohl (3)
Research Triangle Institute laboratory, B/w contact sheet, Kohl (4)
[Box 2, Folder 6] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, 1986-1987
[Box 2, Folder 7] An Update on RCRA: Recent OSHA & DOT Requirements, manual for Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk, Inc., 1987
[Box 2, Folder 8] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, 1987-1988
[Box 2, Folder 9] An Update on RCRA: Recent OSHA & DOT Requirements, manual for Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk, Inc., 1988
[Box 2, Folder 10] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, 1988-1989
[Box 2, Folder 11] An Update on RCRA: Recent OSHA & DOT Requirements, manual for Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk, Inc., 1989
[Box 2, Folder 12] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, first presentation, 1989
[Box 2, Folder 13] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, second presentation, 1989
[Box 2, Folder 14] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, third presentation, 1989
[Box 2, Folder 15] Meredith/Burda and Siegwerk plants, hazardous waste annual training, reference materials, 1989
[Box 2, Folder 16] The Small Business and Industry Development Center, Western Carolina University, 1987
China [See also Societies, Sierra Club, Presentations re: China Consulting, 1991-1992], 1987-1992
[Box 3, Folder 1] NEPA correspondence, 1987-1991
[Box 3, Folder 2] World Bank correspondence, 1990-1992
[Box 3, Folder 3] Correspondence re: final report and technical paper, 1991-1992
[Box 3, Folder 4] Outline of lectures, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 5] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Management Systems," Lecture I, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 6] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Management Systems," Lecture II, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 7] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Management Systems," Lecture III, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 8] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Management Systems," Lecture IV, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 9] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Management Systems," Lecture V, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 10] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Management Systems," Lecture VI, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 11] "Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Minimization Systems," miscellaneous transparencies, 1991
[Box 3, Folder 12] Final Report...for Program of Study on the Establishment of China TVIEs Waste Management Systems, 1991
[Box 4, Folder 1] General materials re: lectures, 1991
[Box 4, Folder 2] Presentation for Jacobs visit, US, 1991
[Box 4, Folder 3] "Problems of Pollution and Consulting in China (PRC)," Presentation for China Studies Group Seminar, [NCSU, Raleigh, N.C.]
[Box 4, Folder 4] PS 342: The Politics of China and JapanNCSU, Raleigh, N.C., Spring 1993,
[Box 4, Folder 5] Reference materials re: General, 1985-1990
[Box 4, Folder 6] Reference materials re: General, 1990-1991
[Box 4, Folder 7] Reference materials re: Chinese inputs on waste minimization activities, 1991
[Box 4, Folder 8] Reference materials re: Environmental problems, 1988-1992
[Box 4, Folder 9] Reference materials re: Environmental problems, 1989-1991
[Box 4, Folder 10] Reference materials re: Appendices for Final Report, 1990-1991
Contracts, 1970-1981
This subseries includes correspondence, reports, manuals, reference material, and photographs that detail the state and federal-funded contracts for which Kohl produced workshops, manuals, and reports. Documents include materials on workshop organization and copies of the manuals and reports. Arranged in chronological order.
[Box 5, Folder 1] US Atomic Energy Commission, Study on AEC-sponsored Radioisotope Applications, 1970
[Box 5, Folder 2] US Atomic Energy Commission, workshop on electrical power generation for NC secondary school teachers, 1972-1974
[Box 5, Folder 3] Final Report: Environmental Aspects of Electrical Power Production, 1972
[Box 5, Folder 4] Final Report on Short Course: Electrical Power Generation--Comparative Risks and Benefits, 1973
[Box 5, Folder 5] NCSU, summer workshops for high school science teachers on energy and electrical power, 1975-1978
[Box 5, Folder 6] Final Report on Short Course: Electrical Power Generation--Comparative Risks and Benefits, final report, 1975
[Box 5, Folder 7] One Week Summer Workshop for High School Science Teachers on Energy Resources and Electrical Power Generation Comparative Risks and Benefits, final report, 1976
[Box 5, Folder 8] One Week Summer Workshop for High School and Community College Science Teachers on Energy Resources and Electrical Power, final report, 1977
[Box 5, Folder 9] One Week Summer Workshops for High School and Community College Science Teachers on Classroom Utilization of Available Teaching Materials on Energy, final report, 1978
[Box 5, Folder 10] Summer workshops for high school teachers (photos), 1972-1975
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, Star-News, Wilmington, [1972], (1)
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, Star-News, Wilmington, [1972], (2)
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, Star-News, Wilmington, [1972], (3)
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, Star-News, Wilmington, [1972], (4)
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, Star-News, Wilmington, [1972], (5)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (6)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (7)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (8)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (9)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (10)
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, [1975], (11A)
Tour of CP&L Sutton PlantB/w print, [1975], (11B)
Plant tourB/w print, [undated], (12)
Plant tourB/w print, [undated], (13)
Plant tourB/w print, [undated], (14)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (15)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (16)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (17)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (18)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (19)
In classroomB/w print, [1973], (20)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (21)
Plant tourB/w print, [1973], (22)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (23)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (24)
Plant tourB/w print, [1974], (25)
"Sutton plant visit,"Color print, 1975, (26)
"Sutton plant visit,"Color print, 1975, (27)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "display case, fuel fabrication"]B/w print, 1975, (28)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "fuel bundle area, lead detectors"]B/w print, 1975, (29)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "fuel bundle forest"]B/w print, 1975, (30)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ " "Fat Albert" active gamma scanner"]B/w print, 1975, (31)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ " "MICS" Mfg. Control System"]B/w print, 1975, (32)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "waste treatment"]B/w print, 1975, (33)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "waste treatment"]B/w print, 1975, (34)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "waste treatment plant"]B/w print, 1975, (35)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "waste treatment plant"]B/w print, 1975, (36)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "waste treatment plant"]B/w print, 1975, (37)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "water treatment lab"]B/w print, 1975, (38)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "control blades"]B/w print, 1975, (39)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "control blades"]B/w print, 1975, (40)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "cylinder, flange, control rod drive"]B/w print, 1975, (41)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "cylinder, flange, control rod drive"]B/w print, 1975, (42)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "control blade in welding fixture"]B/w print, 1975, (43)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "control blade in welding fixture"]B/w print, 1975, (44)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ " "Turn 12" numerically controlled lathe"]B/w print, 1975, (45)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "display control blade"]B/w print, 1975, (46)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "display control blade"]B/w print, 1975, (47)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "display control blade, control rod drive"]B/w print, 1975, (48)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "cut away bundle display"]B/w print, 1975, (49)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "zircaloy channel fabrication display"]B/w print, 1975, (50)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "zircaloy channel fabrication display"]B/w print, 1975, (51)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "tubing display"]B/w print, 1975, (52)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "tubing reduction display"]B/w print, 1975, (53)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant], [ "channel fabrication display"]B/w print, 1975, (54)
[Box 5, Folder 11] Summer workshops for high school teachers (photos), 1975-1976
Plant tourB/w print, 1975, (1)
Plant tourB/w print, 1975, (2)
Plant tourB/w print, 1975, (3)
In classroomB/w print, 1975, (4)
In classroomB/w print, 1975, (5)
Conducting an experimentB/w print, 1975, (6)
Plant tourB/w print, 1975, (7)
"Tour group at Duke Power Co. Environmental laboratory,"B/w print, 1976, (8)
Tour of "reactor simulator, Duke Power McGuire facility,"B/w print, 1976, (9)
Tour of "reactor simulator, Duke Power McGuire facility,"B/w print, 1976, (10)
In classroomB/w print, 1976, (11)
In classroomB/w print, 1976, (12)
In classroom, "preparing for group presentation, Thursday morning mock energy budget request hearings,"B/w print, 1976, (13)
In classroom, "discussion of Nat'l Sci. Teachers Assoc. Publications by Jake Brown, Div. Sci. Educ., NC Dept. of Public Instr. At Thursday session,"B/w print, 1976, (14)
Tour of "control room, [Duke] McGuire nuclear plant,"B/w print, 1976, (15)
"Tour group at Duke Power: Lake Hickory training session,"B/w print, 1976, (16)
Tour of "Cowans Ford hydro-generating plant,"B/w print, 1976, (17)
"Classroom session,"B/w print, 1976, (18)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (19)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (20)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (21)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (22)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (23)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (24)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (25)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (26)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (27)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (28)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (29)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (30)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (31)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (32)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (33)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (34)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (35)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (36)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (37)
Tour of [GE Wilmington plant]B/w print, 1978, (38)
Tour group at [CP&LShearon Harris plant]B/w print, 1978, (39)
In classroomB/w print, 1978, (40)
Plant tourB/w print, 1978, (41)
Tour of home with solar panelsB/w print, [See also individual lectures and seminars, "Utilization of Existing Energy Teaching Materials," 1979 and 1981& Societies, ANS, "Summer Workshops for HS Science Teachers"; and UA 105.20], 1978, (42)
[Box 6, Folder 1] US Department of Energy Research and Development Agency, Regional Reactor Sharing Program-NCSU, 1975-1986
[Box 6, Folder 2] Evaluation of Potential for Cogeneration of Electricity and Process Heat in North Carolina, final report, 1978-1979
[Box 6, Folder 3] A Manual For Locating Large Energy Users for Cogeneration and Other Energy Actions, 1980
[Box 6, Folder 4] Alternative Energy Corporation, cogeneration fact finding meetings, 1981
Contracts-proposals, 1981-1994
This subseries consists of correspondence, research notes, reports, manuals, reference material, evaluation forms, and photographs that detail state and federal-funded contracts for which Kohl submitted proposals, and for which he produced workshops, manuals, and reports. Arranged in chronological order. Note that although Kohl labels this subseries differently from the contracts subseries, in fact, the folders follow one another in chronological order, with no discernible difference in content among them. Note also that other contract-funded work can be found in the Meetings-Workshops Given subseries.
[Box 6, Folder 5] NC Department of Human Resources, workshop and manual on Training Personnel of Hazardous Waste Facilities, 1981
[Box 6, Folder 6] Final Report: Hazardous Waste Management Procedures and Training, 1982
[Box 6, Folder 7] NC Department of Human Resources, training, workshop, and manual on Hazardous Waste Management under RCRA, 1982-1983
[Box 6, Folder 8] Hazardous Waste Management Under RCRA, manuscript manual, 1982
[Box 6, Folder 9] Hazardous Waste Mangement Under RCRA, manuscript manual, 1982
[Box 6, Folder 10] NCSU, Water Resources Research Institute, workshop on Making Pollution Prevention Pay in the Electroplating and Metal-finishing industries, 1982-1983
[Box 7, Folder 1] Making Pollution Prevention Pay in the Electroplating & Metal-finishing Industries, Summary Report, 1983
[Box 7, Folder 2] NC Department of Human Resources, workshop on Preparing RCRA Part B, Permit Applications for Storage in Tanks and Containers, 1983
[Box 7, Folder 3] NC Division of Health Services, program on Managing Contaminated Ground Water, 1983-1984
[Box 7, Folder 4] [ Managing Contaminated Ground Water], manuscript copy of Waste Advisory Note, [1985]
[Box 7, Folder 5] Managing Contaminated Ground Water, Waste Management Advisory Noteand published as vol. 21 of NC Waste Management Newsletter, Sept. 1985, 1985,
[Box 7, Folder 6] NC Division of Health Services, Managing Contaminated Ground Water, reference materials, 1980-1984
[Box 7, Folder 7] NC Division of Health Services, Managing Contaminated Ground Water, reference materials, 1982-1984
[Box 7, Folder 8] NC Division of Health Services, Managing Contaminated Ground Water, reference materials, 1984
[Box 7, Folder 9] NC Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Branch, workshop and article on Management of Hazardous Waste Solvents and Waste Oils in NC, 1983
[Box 7, Folder 10] Alternative Energy Corporation, symposium on Influencing North Carolina's Electrical Energy Future, 1983-1984
Speakers, B/w negative, 3 strips, [Kohl] (1)
Speakers, B/w negative, 3 strips, [Kohl] (2)
Speakers, B/w negative, 3 strips, [Kohl] (3)
[Box 7, Folder 11] NC Department of Human Resources, workshops and report on Reducing Metal Losses and Sludge Production in the Electroplating Industry, 1983-1984
[Box 8, Folder 1] NC Department of Human Resources, workshops and report on Reducing Metal Losses and Sludge Reduction in the Electroplating Industry, sludge questionnaires, 1983-1984
[Box 8, Folder 2] NC Department of Human Resources, workshops and report on Reducing Metal Losses and Sludge Production in the Electroplating Industry, sludge analyses, 1983-1984
[Box 8, Folder 3] NC Department of Human Resources, workshops and report on Reducing Metal Losses and Sludge Protection in the Electroplating Industry, reference materials re: alternatives to burial, 1983-1984
[Box 8, Folder 4] Managing and Minimizing Hazardous Waste Metal Sludges: North Carolina Case Studies, Services, and Regulations, manual, 1984
[Box 8, Folder 5] NC Board of Science and Technology, workshops and report on Facilitating Alternatives to Incineration/Land Disposal of Hazardous Solvent Waste, 1984-1985
[Box 8, Folder 6] Final Report for Facilitating Alternatives to Incineration/Land Disposal of Hazardous Solvent Waste, 1985
[Box 8, Folder 7] Managing and Recycling Solvents: North Carolina Practices, Facilities, and Regulations, manual, 1984
[Box 8, Folder 8] NC Board of Science and Technology, in-plant workshops on In-Process Hazardous Waste Reduction, 1985
Plant tour, Color print, [Kohl] (1)
Plant tour, Color Print, [Kohl] (2)
Plant tour, Color Print, [Kohl] (3)
Plant tour, Color print, [Kohl] (4)
Plant tour, Color print, [Kohl] (5)
Plant tour, Color Print, [Kohl] (6)
Plant tour, Color Print, [Kohl] (7)
Plant tour, Color Print, [Kohl} (8)
Plant tour and talk, B/w negative, 3 strips, [Kohl] (9A)
Plant tour and talk, Contact sheet, [Kohl] (9B)
Plant tour and talk, B/w negative, 3 strips, [Kohl] (10A)
Plant tour and talk, Contact sheet, [Kohl] (10B)
[Box 8, Folder 9] NC Division of Health Services, update of Hazardous Waste Management under RCRA manual and Note on "Alternatives for Handling Metal Finishing Plant Hazardous Wastes,", 1984
[Box 9, Folder 1] Hazardous Waste Management Under RCRA, revised manual,
[Box 9, Folder 2] NC Board of Science and Technology, manual on Managing and Recycling Solvents in the Furniture Manufacturing Industry, 1985-1986
[Box 9, Folder 3] Managing and Recycling Solvents in the Furniture Manufacturing Industry, manual, 1986
[Box 9, Folder 4] Managing and Recycling Solvents in the Furniture Manufacturing Industry, final report, 1986
[Box 9, Folder 5] NC Division of Health Services, Educational program for small RCRA generators, 1985-1986
[Box 9, Folder 6] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, Hazardous waste management for dry cleaners, 1986
[Box 9, Folder 7] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, 1987-1990
[Box 9, Folder 8] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, Hazardous waste management -- pesticides, training and video, 1986-1988
[Box 9, Folder 9] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, Managing Hazardous Wastes for Vehicle Maintenance and video, 1986-1987
[Box 10, Folder 1] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, regional coordinators, 1985
[Box 10, Folder 2] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, regional coordinators, 1986
[Box 10, Folder 3] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, regional coordinators, 1987-1990
[Box 10, Folder 4] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, Hazardous Waste Management for Small Waste Producers in Coastal NC, 1987
[Box 10, Folder 5] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, "Management of Hazardous Wastes from the Marine Environment," Duke Marine Laboratory, 1987
[Box 10, Folder 6] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, general, 1993-1995
[Box 10, Folder 7] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, Asheville, N.C., 1993-1994
[Box 10, Folder 8] Hazardous Waste Management for Small Generators, 1986
[Box 10, Folder 9] Hazardous Waste Management for Small Generators, 1987
[Box 11, Folder 1] Hazardous Waste Management for Small Generators, Addenda,, 1988
[Box 11, Folder 2] Hazardous Waste Management for Small Generators, 1989
[Box 11, Folder 3] Hazardous Waste Management for Small Quantity Generators, 1991
[Box 11, Folder 4] Hazardous Waste Management for Small Quantity Generators, 1994
[Box 11, Folder 5] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materails re: out-of-plant disposal, 1981-1985
[Box 11, Folder 6] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: in-plant treatment and disposal, 1982-1984
[Box 11, Folder 7] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: in-plant waste management(transparencies, 1989), 1982-1986
[Box 11, Folder 8] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: evaluation of commercial hazardous waste facilities and liability, 1982-1983
[Box 12, Folder 1] NC Division of Health/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: reducing generator's liability, circa 1983
[Box 12, Folder 2] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: compliance monitoring, circa 1986
[Box 12, Folder 3] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: Why Waste Minimization?, circa 1988
[Box 12, Folder 4] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: buried tanks, circa 1989
[Box 12, Folder 5] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: What is a Hazardous Waste?, [circa 1990]
[Box 12, Folder 6] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: pesticides, 1994
[Box 12, Folder 7] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, teaching materials re: miscellaneous, undated
[Box 12, Folder 8] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: household hazardous wastes, 1988-1991, undated
[Box 12, Folder 9] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: waste reduction resources, circa 1992
[Box 12, Folder 10] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: waste minimization guidelines, 1993-1994
[Box 12, Folder 11] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: used oil, circa 1993-1994
[Box 12, Folder 12] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: general, 1989, 1993
[Box 13, Folder 1] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: general, 1993
[Box 13, Folder 2] NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, reference materials re: general [See also: Videos, Box MC142.14], 1984-1994
[Box 14] Videos
NC Division go Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, video tape, "Why Me?", "What is a Hazardous Waste?", "Managing Your Hazardous Waste," and "Waste Management Options,", undated (1)
NC Division of Health Services/EPA, Educational program for small generators, video tape, untitled, [rules and regulations-options], undated (2)
[Box 13, Folder 3] NC Board of Science and Technology, workshops and a manual on Managing Waste Oils as a Hazardous Waste, 1986-1987
[Box 13, Folder 4] Managing Waste Oils As A Hazardous Waste, draft manual, 1986
[Box 13, Folder 5] Managing Used Oils, manual, 1987
[Box 13, Folder 6] NC Board of Science and Technology, workshops and manual on Managing Waste Oils as a Hazardous Waste, reference materials, 1986-1987
[Box 13, Folder 7] NC Board of Science and Technology, workshops and manual on Managing Waste Oils as a Hazardous Waste, reference materials, 1986-1987
[Box 13, Folder 8] NC Department of Transportation, workshops on Hazardous Waste Management under RCRA and Chemical Spill Prevention and Response, 1986
[Box 13, Folder 9] NC Department of Human Resources, Hazardous Waste Management Under RCRA Updated 1987 Series, 1987
[Box 15, Folder 1] NC Department of Human Resources, video, manual, and workshops on Hazardous Waste Minimization -- The New RCRA Initiative, 1987-1988
[Box 15, Folder 2] NC Department of Human Resources, video, manual, and workshops on Hazardous Waste Minimization -- The New RCRA Initiative, 1987-1988
[Box 15, Folder 3] Hazardous Waste Management Under RCRA, revised manual, 1987
[Box 15, Folder 4] Management and Minimization of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, manual, 1988
[Box 15, Folder 5] Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (1989-1990) and Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine Study "You Can Make a Difference," video and manual, (1990-1991), 1989-1991
Courses Taught at NCSU, 1970-1990
This subseries details nuclear engineering, chemical engineering, economics, university studies, and general interest classes that Kohl taught while employed at NCSU. Documents include exams, lesson plans, student papers, and reference and lecture material. Arranged in chronological order. Some of the courses in this series overlap with the course information in the subseries, Nuclear Engineering Department, NCSU.
[Box 16, Folder 1] EC 491: Venture Management, 1970-1971
[Box 16, Folder 2] EC 491: Starting Your Own Business, 1970-1978
[Box 16, Folder 3] General Interest/EC 491: Starting Your Own Business, 1972-1977
[Box 16, Folder 4] GE/EC 491: Starting Your Own Business, 1978-1989, undated
[Box 16, Folder 5] UNI 495K: Dynamics of a Conserver Society, 1971-1976
[Box 16, Folder 6] UNI 495K: Dynamics of a Conserver Society, Fall 1976
[Box 16, Folder 7] UNI 495K: Dynamics of a Conserver Society [See also Transparencies, Energy Conservation], Fall 1976
[Box 16, Folder 8] UNI 495A: The Energy Crisis, Spring 1973
[Box 17, Folder 1] UNI 495B: Technology Assessment and Decision Making, Fall 1974
[Box 17, Folder 2] UNI 495B: Technology Assessment and Decision Making, reference materials re: technology transfer and diffusion of information, circa 1956-1975
[Box 17, Folder 3] UNI 495B: Technology Assessment and Decision Making, reference materials re: technology transfer and diffusion of information, circa 1956-1975
[Box 17, Folder 4] NE 592E/CE 574E: Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Power [See also Transparencies, Environmental Effects and Accidents of Radiation AND Nuclear Engineering Department], 1971-1980
[Box 17, Folder 5] NE 592E/CE 574E: Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Power, reference materials re: risks vs. benefits, 1970-1981
[Box 17, Folder 6] NE 592E/CE 574E: Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Power, reference materials re: risks vs. benefits, 1970-1981
[Box 17, Folder 7] UNI 495: Unusual Energy Sources, 1973
[Box 17, Folder 8] UNI 495C: The Nuclear Power Controversy, Fall 1974
[Box 18, Folder 1] UNI 495C: The Nuclear Power Controversy, reference materials re: pros and cons of nuclear power, 1973-1974
[Box 18, Folder 2] UNI 495C: The Nuclear Power Controversy, reference materials re: pros and cons of nuclear power, 1973-1975
[Box 18, Folder 3] Uni 495C: The Nuclear Power Controversy, reference materials re: pros and cons of nuclear power, 1973-1979
[Box 18, Folder 4] UNI 495C: The Nuclear Power Controversy, reference materials re: pros and cons of nuclear power, 1978-1988
[Box 18, Folder 5] UNI 495B: Design for Energy Conservation [See also Transparencies, Energy Conservation AND Individual Lectures, 1974], 1974
[Box 18, Folder 6] NE 492: Actions of Ionizing Radiation on Tissue, 1975
[Box 18, Folder 7] NE 508: Radiation Safety, [1976]
[Box 18, Folder 8] NE 404: 1976-1977, Radiological, Reactor, and Environmental Safety,
[Box 18, Folder 9] NE 404: Radiological, Reactor, and Environmental Safety, 1978
[Box 19, Folder 1] NE 404: Radiological, Reactor, and Environmental Safety, 1978
[Box 19, Folder 2] NE 404: Radiological, Reactor, and Environmental Safety, 1979
[Box 19, Folder 3] NE 404: Radiological, Reactor, and Environmental Safety [See also Transparencies, Department of Energy, Fission & Fusion, and Monitoring Instruments], 1980
[Box 19, Folder 4] NE 404: Radiological, Reactor, and Environmental Safety, reference materials re: health and environmental effects, circa 1970-1971
[Box 19, Folder 5] UNI 4950: Life in a Finite World, Fall 1977
[Box 19, Folder 6] UNI 4950: Life in a Finite World, Fall 1978
[Box 19, Folder 7] NE 592E: Electricity from Nuclear and Other Sources, Fall 1978
[Box 19, Folder 8] UNI 495 WI: Energy and Man, 1978-1979
[Box 20, Folder 1] NE 591E/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1981
[Box 20, Folder 2] NE 591E/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1981
[Box 20, Folder 3] NE 591E/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, reference materials, 1981
[Box 20, Folder 4] NE 591E/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, reference materials, 1981
[Box 20, Folder 5] NE 591E/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, reference materials, 1981
[Box 21, Folder 1] NE 591E/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1982
[Box 21, Folder 2] NE591/ChE 598E: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1982
[Box 21, Folder 3] Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste for NE 591/ChE 598, class notes, 1982
[Box 21, Folder 4] NE 591/ChE 598: Seminars in Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1983
[Box 21, Folder 5] NE 591/ChE 598: Seminars in Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1984-1985
[Box 21, Folder 6] NE 591/ChE 598: Seminars in Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, reference materials, 1986
[Box 22, Folder 1] NE 591/ChE 598: Seminars in Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1987
[Box 22, Folder 2] NE 591/ChE 598: Seminars in Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1988-1990
[Box 22, Folder 3] ChE 432: Senior ChE Project (by P. Borah), "Survey of North Carolina's Hazardous Waste Generators -- Metal Finishing Industry,", 1983
[Box 22, Folder 4] Lecture materials re: alternative energy sources, 1973-1979
[Box 22, Folder 5] Reference materials re: alternate energy sources, general, 1974-1975, undated
[Box 22, Folder 6] Reference materials re: alternate energy sources, geothermal and solar, 1972-1977
[Box 22, Folder 7] Reference materials re: alternate energy sources, hydrogen, ethanol, water, 1973-1979
[Box 22, Folder 8] Reference materials re: alternate energy sources, wind, 1973-1979
[Box 22, Folder 9] Lecture materials, re: personal dosimetry, 1969-1984
[Box 23, Folder 1] Lecture materials, re: biological effects of radiation, 1970-1984
[Box 23, Folder 2] Lecture materials, re: biological effects of radiation, undated
[Box 23, Folder 3] Reference materials, re: biological effects of radiation, 1970s-1980s
[Box 23, Folder 4] Reference materials, re: biological effects of radiation, 1970s-1980s
Courses Taught Elsewhere, 1969, 1979-1980
This small subseries includes class plans and reference materials for a class Kohl taught at the University of Tennessee when he was employed by ORTEC, and a class he taught at the YMCA when he worked at NCSU. Arranged in chronological order.
[Box 23, Folder 5] Development of New Enterprise, UT, 1969
[Box 23, Folder 6] Home Energy Conservation, YMCA, 1979-1980
Courses Taken at NCSU, 1970-1977
This subseries consists of Kohl's assignments and reference material for the classes in botany, zoology, marine science, genetics, and education that he took to as part of his master's program in Marine Biology from NCSU. Arranged in chronological order and alphabetically within years.
[Box 24, Folder 1] BO/ZO 560: Principles of Ecology, Fall 1970
[Box 24, Folder 2] MAS 693: Estuarine Ecology, Fall 1971
[Box 24, Folder 3] MAS 693: Estuarine Ecology, Fall 1971
[Box 24, Folder 4] ZO/MAS 529: Marine Biology, Spring 1971
[Box 24, Folder 5] ZO 519: Limnology, Fall 1972
[Box 24, Folder 6] GN?ZO 532: Biological Effects of Radiation, Spring 1972
[Box 24, Folder 7] MAS 693B: Chemical Oceanography, Spring 1974
[Box 24, Folder 8] ED 559E: Learning Concepts and Theories, Spring 1977
Employment Previous to NCSU, 1945-1969
This subseries includes general information, product catalogs, patents documentation, consulting reports, and photographs from Kohl's work prior to coming to NCSU. This series does not cover all of his positions, but does include material from Tidewater Associated Oil Company, the Extension Division of the University of California at Berkeley, Tracerlab, and ORTEC. Arranged in chronological order.
[Box 24, Folder 9] Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1945
[Box 24, Folder 10] University of California at Berkeley Extension, 1953-1958
Tracerlab, Western Division
[Box 24, Folder 11] General, 1953-1956, 1960
[Box 24, Folder 12] Consulting, 1951 -1954
Pipe line interface marking system, "Injector on dye pot--Hearne," B/w print, glued onto paper, [1952], (1)
Pipe line interface marking system, "Close-up injector--Hearne,"B/w print, glued onto paper, [1952], (2)
Pipe line interface marking system, "Portable count rate rate meter," B/w print, glued onto paper, [1952], (3)
Pipe line interface marking system, "G-M tube enclosure mounting on 10-inch frame--Waco," B/w print, glued onto paper, [1952], (4)
Pipe line interface marking system, "Rate meter and recorder--Waco," B/w print, [1952], (5)
[Box 24, Folder 13] Patents, 1953, 1956
[Box 24, Folder 14] Symposium on the Applications of Radioactivity in Petroleum Research and Refinery Operations, 1956-1957
[Box 24, Folder 15] Instrument photos and descriptions, general, 1949-circa 1960
Tracerlab instrumentB/w print, Barry Evans [photo includes diagram on back], 1958, (1)
"Gas Injector, Natural Gas of Illinois Leak Detection Job, 1955," B/w print, Barry Evans (2)
"AT-28 Rupture Detector for GEANP, Note insulating house, Dec. 1955," B/w print, Barry Evans (3)
"Western Div. Shop," B/w print, Barry Evans (4)
Written description of picture #4102 (5A)
Picture #4102: Interior view of Mobile Monitoring Station B/w print, dupe, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, August 1956, (5B1)
"Mobile Monitoring Station Rate meters in Relay Rack, March 1956,", B/w print, dupe, Barry Evans (5B2)
Written description of picture #4103 (5C)
Picture #4103: View of rear of trailer, Mobile Monitoring Station B/w print, dupe, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, August 1956, (5D1)
"Mobile Monitoring Station: Westinghouse Electric, Shipping Port Reactor, August 1956," B/w print, dupe, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division (5D2)
Written description of picture #4110 (5E)
Picture #4110--Five Mobile Monitoring Stations shown after passing final tests B/w print, dupe, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, August 1956, (5F1)
"Mobile Monitoring Station: Westinghouse Electric, Shipping Port Reactor, Aug. 1956," B/w print, dupe, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division (5F2)
5G--Written description of picture #4095 (5G)
Picture #4095: Continuous Air SamplerB/w print, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, August 1956, (5H)
Written description of picture #4106 (5I)
Picture #4106: View of Monitoring Station from above and to the rearB/w print, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, August 1956, (5J)
Written description of drawing B212572 (5K)
Drawing B212572: Mobile Monitoring Station, Plan View (5L)
Written description of drawing C212573 (5M)
Drawing C212573: Mobile Monitoring Station, Continuous Air Sampler, Section View (5N)
"GANP AT-28 Project,", B/w print, Barry Evans (6)
"Stack Sampler for G[eneral] E[lectric] A[ircraft] N[uclear] P[ropulsion] AT 35,"B/w print, Barry Evans, April 1956, (7)
"MG-1 Gas Sampler and Shield,"B/w print, Barry Evans, April 1956, (8)
"Mobile Monitoring Station, roof top view checking Radiation Detector Water flow-Leak Test,"B/w print, Barry Evans, March 1956, (9)
[Box 25, Folder 1] Instrument photos and descriptions, general, 1949-circa 1960
"Bomb Bay Air Smpler, LABB-6," B/w print, Barry Evans, March 1954, (1)
"Rupture detection equipment for GEANP," B/w print, Barry Evans (2)
"Bench top filter testing duct," B/w print, [1949], (3)
"Large scale filter testing duct, 9 Jan. 1949," B/w print (4)
"MWP-1: F. P. Ion Exchange Water Monitor for 3000 PSI; heavy stainless steel columns with auto clave fittings."B/w print, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, December 1958, (5)
"MW-1: Water Sampler: unit equipped with Automatic Flow Meter Alarm and Suitable for 2500 PSI. Top Removed."B/w print, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, December 1958, (6)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print (7)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print (8)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print (9)
"MGP-1A: Continuous Monitor for Gamma-emitting radioactive gasses," B/w print (10)
"MW-1: Water Sampler showing 3000 PSI columns." B/w print, Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, December 1958, (11)
"Proposal sketch: LABB Model 6 Sampler."B/w print, 1953, (12)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print (13)
"MAP-1A: Continuous Monitor for Radioactive Particulates," B/w print (14)
"MAP-1A/MGP-2: 3-Channel combination Gas-Particulate Monitor for Beta gasses and Beta-Gamma/Alpha particulates," B/w print (15)
"MA-1A," B/w print (16)
[Box 25, Folder 2] Instrument photos and descriptions, "personal photos,", 1959, undated
Loading the Fuel Element Transfer Cask into truck, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (1)
Loading the Fuel Element Transfer Cask into truck, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (2)
Loading the Fuel Element Transfer Cask into truck, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print [Kohl], 1959, (3)
Crane, truck, and setting of loading up the Fuel Element Transfer Cask, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (4)
Loading the Fuel Element Transfer Cask into truck, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (5)
Loading the Fuel Element Transfer Cask into truck, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (6)
Crane and setting for loading Fuel Element Transfer Cask, Tracerlab, RichmondB/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (7)
"Loading the Fuel Element Transfer Cask into Truck, Tracerlab, Richmond, 1959," B/w print, [Kohl] (8)
"Fuel Element Transfer Cask (27,000#) being repaired and decontaminated at Tracerlab, Richmond,"B/w print, [Kohl], 1959, (9)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print, [Kohl] (10)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print, [Kohl] (11)
"Manifold 12 solenoid valves feeding 1 ir Particulate/Gas Monitor. Valves automatically sequenced." B/w print, [Kohl] (12)
"Secondary Monitor-Hanford. Compares in and out activity level of H2O thru a heat exchange." B/w print, [Kohl] (13)
"3-2 G.E. 0.2-2.0 CFM Gas Monitor. Dresden Reactor. 5 April 1959." B/w print, [Kohl] (14)
Unidentified instrument, B/w print, [Kohl] (15)
"General Elec: Vallecitos Lab Engr. Test Reactor Stack Monitoring for Particulates and Gas, March 1959," B/w print, [Kohl] (16)
"MWP-1 Fission Products Water Monitor at G.E. Vallecitos Engr Test Reactor, March 1959," B/w print, [Kohl] (17)
"MWP-1 Fission Products Water Monitor at G.E. Vallecitos Engr Test Reactor, March 1959," B/w print, [Kohl] (18)
[Box 25, Folder 3] Reactor Monitoring: Instruments and Services, manual, 1960
Mobile Monitoring Station, top view[includes Kohl's notes on back], B/w print, November 1956, (1)
5 Mobile Monitoring Stations[includes Kohl's notes on back; see Tracerlab instrument photos for dupes], B/w print, August 1956, (2)
Mobile Monitoring Station, Interior view[includes Kohl's notes on back; see Tracerlab instrument photos for dupes], B/w print, August 1956, (3)
"Front view of Equipment Mounting Racks showing Air Controllers, Junction Box, Water Leveling, and Pump-Out Systems, AT-28," [see Tracerlab instrument photos for dupes], B/w print (4)
"Side view of Equipment Mounting Racks and Shield showing Shield door open and Director Probe partially removed, AT-28," [see Tracerlab instrument photos for dupes], B/w print (5)
"Test arrangement of Stack Monitoring Equipment," B/w print (6)
"Continuous Air Sampler," B/w print (7)
"Chassis for Rooms, Chassis Arrangements," B/w print (8)
[Box 25, Folder 4] Reactor Monitoring: Instruments and Services, manual, 1960
[Box 25, Folder 5] General Catalog, [1962]
[Box 25, Folder 6] General Instrument Catalogs, 1958-1968
Ortec
[Box 25, Folder 7] Employment offer, duties, and annual reports, 1963-1969
[Box 25, Folder 8] Booth design, 1969
Booth assembly demonstration, B/w print (1)
Booth assembly demonstration, B/w print (2)
Booth assembly demonstration, B/w print (3)
Booth assembly demonstration, B/w print (4)
Booth assembly demonstration, B/w print (5)
Assembled booth, Color print (6)
Lectures and Seminars, 1949-1994
This series consists of correspondence, drafts, transcripts, and occasionally published versions of single talks given by Kohl. Some photographs that he used as illustrations are also included. These lectures and official testimonies were delivered in any situation where he was not also teaching the class, coordinating the conference, or setting up the workshop. This subseries covers many different venues, not only professional groups, associations, and federal and state agencies, but also community groups, churches, and schools. Arranged in chronological and, within year, alphabetical, order. Note that any seminar or lecture that Kohl gave as a part of a larger conference, class, or workshop that he coordinated will be located in the Meetings-Workshops Given subseries. Any talk that Kohl gave as an official member of an organization, and not as an individual or as an NCSU employee, can be found in the Societies subseries.
[Box 26, Folder 1] "Properties and Applications of Radioisotopes," American Chemical Society, Berkeley, CA and in The Vortex, 1949 May 1949
[Box 26, Folder 2] "The Preparation and Utilization of Metallic Aerosols for Filler Paper Testing," National Colloid Symposium, American Chemical Society, Division of Colloid Chemistry, Los Angeles, CAand in Journal of Physical Chemistry, 1952 January 1953
[Box 26, Folder 3] "Properties of Some Radioactive Isotopes Useful in Radiography," Society for Non-Destructive Testing, Los Angeles and in Nondestructive Testing, [see also Publication files, "Properties of Some Radioactive Isotopes Useful in Radiography," Journal of the Japanese Society for Non-Destructive Inspection, Summer 1954, (in Japanese)], 1953 September 1953
[Box 26, Folder 4] "The Use of Radioactive Isotopes in Pipeline Interface Marking," The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Petroleum Division Meeting, Houston, TX and as "Isotopes and Interfaces" in The Petroleum Engineer, 1953 March 1954
View of injector on dye pot set-up, Texas Pipe Line Company, Hearne, TX, B/w print (1)
View of injector on dye pot set-up, Texas Pipe Line Company, Hearne, TX, B/w print (2)
[Box 26, Folder 5] "Radiation Spectrometers and Their Applications in Industrial Tracer Experiments," Fourth International Instruments Conference, Stockholm, 1956
[Box 26, Folder 6] "Simple Instumentation Determines Several Simultaneous Radioactives," Fourth International Instruments and Measurements Conference, Stockholm and in Nucleonics, 1956 October 1956
[Box 26, Folder 7] "The Use of Radioactive Tracers in the Gas Industry," Pacific Coast Gas Association, Berkeley, CA, 1956
[Box 26, Folder 8] "Nuclear Reactor Fission Product Monitors," at "Industrializing the Atom," Nuclear Engineering & Science Conference, Chicago, IL, 1958
[Box 26, Folder 9] "Rocket Engine Testing and Tracer Techniques with Radioactive Isotopes," Seminar on Nondestructive Testing, Bureau of Ordnance, US Naval Ammunition Depot, Concord, CA, 1958
[Box 26, Folder 10] "Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy," KPFA Radio, [TN], [between 1964 and 1969]
[Box 26, Folder 11] "Marketing and the Engineer," [UT], 1966
[Box 26, Folder 12] "The Engineer and his Relations with Non-Engineering Departments of a Corporation," [UT], 1967
[Box 26, Folder 13] "The Use of Small Accelerators in Industry and Education," International Atomic Energy Agency, Study Group Meeting on the Utilization of Low Energy Accelerators, Yugoslavia, 1967
[Box 26, Folder 14] "Marketing Technical Products: Their Promotion and Evaluation," [UT], 1969
[Box 26, Folder 15] "New Enterprises," NCSU seminar, 1969
[Box 26, Folder 16] "Orientation of the Raleigh Police Department on Nuclear Methods in Criminal Investigations," NCSU, Raleigh, 1969
[Box 26, Folder 17] "SemiConductor Detectors," [NCSU], Raleigh, 1969
[Box 26, Folder 18] "Some Thoughts on Stimulation of Research-Based Industry in the Oak Ridge Area," TN, Oak Ridge, 1969
[Box 26, Folder 19] "Sources of Ideas for New Products," [UT], 1969
[Box 26, Folder 20] "Status of Industrial Applications of Radiation," Research Seminar, NCSU, Raleigh, 1969
[Box 26, Folder 21] Talk to engineering freshmen re: nuclear engineering as a career, 1969, 1971
[Box 26, Folder 22] "An Engineer and His Own Business," Engineering Honors Jr. Seminar, NCSU, Raleigh, 1970
[Box 26, Folder 23] "Determining the Market on New Products, Processes, or Services" and "Applications on Nuclear Technology," Conference on New Technology -- Its Management and Application, Raleigh [see also NCSU Courses Taught, "Venture Management,"], 1970 1970-1971
[Box 26, Folder 24] "Determining the Market on New Products, Processes, or Services," transcript of talk [see also ind. Lectures & Seminars, "Considering the Marketplace,"], 1970 1973-1974
[Box 26, Folder 25] "Employment Opportunities in R.I. Applications,", 1970
[Box 26, Folder 26] "Marketing and the Engineer", [NCSU], Raleigh, 1970
[Box 26, Folder 27] "Radioactive Wastes: A Form of Pollution!" [NCSU], Raleigh, 1970
[Box 26, Folder 28] "The Principles and Application of Neutron Activation Analysis in Environmental Surveillance," UNC, Chapel Hill [see also Transparencies, Marketing and the Engineer], 1970
[Box 26, Folder 29] Talks re: nuclear engineering extension plans for the future and actions so far, NCSU, Raleigh, 1970
[Box 26, Folder 30] "Implementing the Utilization of Radioisotopes," IAEA/AEC, 1971
[Box 26, Folder 31] "Medical Applications of Radiation," NE 491A: [Nuclear Engineering Topics], NCSU, Raleigh, 1971
[Box 26, Folder 32] "Nuclear Matters," Martin Jr. High School, [Raleigh], 1971
[Box 26, Folder 33] "Radiation Background," NE 402: Reactor Engineering, NCSU, Raleigh, 1971-1988
[Box 26, Folder 34] Advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power, ECOS meeting, Raleigh, NC, 1971
[Box 26, Folder 35] Presentation to meeting of the Board of Conservation and Development, Office of Industrial and Tourist Resources, Southern Pines, 1971
[Box 26, Folder 36] Presentation to NC Utility Commission Hearings, re: CP&L's Wake County plant, [Raleigh], 1971
[Box 27, Folder 1] Questions on Nuclear Power, UNI 303: Man and His Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1971
[Box 27, Folder 2] "Citizens Organizations and the Marine Environment," Duke Marine Labs, Beaufort, 1972
[Box 27, Folder 3] "Market Research," IE 343: Plant Layout and Materials Handling, NCSU, Raleigh, 1972
[Box 27, Folder 4] "Power Generation: Sources and Problems, Ethics and Growth," UNI 303: Man and his Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1972
[Box 27, Folder 5] "The Energy Crisis in NC," Engineers Society of Western North Carolina, Asheville, NC, 1972-1973
[Box 27, Folder 6] "Use of Radioisotopes," and "Use of Radiation," NE 201: Applications of Nuclear Energy, NCSU, Raleigh, 1972
[Box 27, Folder 7] "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" (power generation), NC Attorney General's Staff Conference on the Environment, Raleigh, 1972
[Box 27, Folder 8] "Energy and the Environment in NC: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," NC Attorney General's Conference of Attorneys, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 9] "Energy and the Environment in NC: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," Southern Regional Conference of Attorneys General, Wilmington, NC, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 10] "Energy Crisis and the Attorney General," Winter Meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General, New Orleans, LA, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 11] Conservation of power, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, [Raleigh], 1972
[Box 27, Folder 12] Electric utility siting legislation, Institute of Government, Chapel Hill, 1972
[Box 27, Folder 13] "Considering the Marketplace," E 129: Engineering Concepts, Raleigh, 1973-1974
[Box 27, Folder 14] "Energy Conservation," NC Section of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE), Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 15] "Energy Crisis," UNI 303: Man and His Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 16] Energy sequence, UNI 303: Man and His Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 17] "The Energy Crisis," UNI 303: Man and His Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1974
[Box 27, Folder 18] "Environmental Problems Involved in Electric Power Production," ZO 221: Conservation of Natural Resources, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 19] "Immorality of Material Growth," Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 20] "The Energy Crisis," Humanities Festival at Sanderson High School, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 21] "The Energy Problem -- Its Consequences," Johnston County Leadership Seminar, NC, 1973-1974
[Box 27, Folder 22] "The Wise Use of Energy," E 120: Engineering Concepts, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 27, Folder 23] Energy sources, growth, potential, and conservation for Dr. Nuggles' evening class, [NCSU, Raleigh], 1973
[Box 27, Folder 24] Symposium speaker on "Energy: Problems and Solutions," for the NC Academy of Science Meeting, Charlotte, 1973
[Box 28, Folder 1] Radioactivity produced in power reactors, Environmental Assessment Seminar, Chapel Hill, NC, 1973
[Box 28, Folder 2] World energy use for international student participants in Summer Institute in English, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 28, Folder 3] "Easing the Energy Crisis," The NC Council on Technical and Managerial Services, Raleigh, NC, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 4] "Energy Conservation," Public sumposium on Energy and the Environment, The American Chemical Society (ACS), Greensboro, NC, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 5] "Energy Conservation: Prospects and Problems," Wake Forest (University) Chapter of Sigma Xi, Winston-Salem, NC, 1974-1975
[Box 28, Folder 6] "Meeting Your Own Energy Needs," Chapel Hill High School Humanitarian Festival, NC, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 7] "Nuclear Energy and the Environment," UNI 495A: The Energy Crisis, NCSU, Raleigh, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 8] "The Conservation Strategy," UNI 495A: The Energy Crisis, NCSU, Raleigh, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 9] "The Energy Crisis as it will Affect Design," DN 507: Introduction to Design as Practice, NCSU, Raleigh [see also NCSU Courses Taught], 1974
[Box 28, Folder 10] "The Limits of Growth," Roundtable, Southern Peace Science Society Conference, Duke University, Durham, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 11] "The Shoe Really Pinches on My Foot," Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, [Raleigh], 1974
[Box 28, Folder 12] Electricity production increase, costs, environmental effects for TV program "Here's Looking," NBC-TV 28, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 13] Energy conservation legislation, Kinston Engineers Club, Kinston, NC, 1974
[Box 28, Folder 14] Talk on Norman Rasmussen report "The Approach of the United States Atomic Energy Commission Study to the Public Risks of Power Reactos," NE 404 and NE 574, NCSU, Raleigh [see also Transparencies, Environmental Effects & Accidents of Radiation], 1974, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 15] "Case Study of an Environmental Problem: Energy Conservation in Transportation via Provate Cars," UNI 300: Chemical Technology and the Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 16] "Comments on Sentate Bill 662: Energy Policy Act," For public hearings, and a brief report on "Electric Utility Economic Load Management," Raleigh, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 17] "Energy Conservation," Graham High School, Graham, NC, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 18] "Extension Program on Conservation in Industry," NCSU Engineering School Advisory Council Meeting, Raleigh, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 19] "Testimony," on Electric Utilities before the NC Utilities Commission, Raleigh, NC, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 20] [Energy conservation], Fike High School Science Club, Wilson, NC, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 21] Energy Conservation, Great Decisions Group at Fayetteville Technical Institute, Fayetteville, NC, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 22] Nuclear power controversy, WRDU-TV, 1975
[Box 28, Folder 23] "Dynamics of a Conserver Society," Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 24] "Economic, Social, and Environmental Impacts of Energy Conservation Strategies," Energy Conservation Training Institute, Atlanta, GA, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 25] "Energy and the Environment," NC Energy Research and Development Workshop sponsored by NC Energy Policy Council, Raleigh, NC, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 26] "Energy Conservation," Raleigh Optimist Club, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 27] "energy from the Oceans," for workshop on Energy Resources and electrical Power, [Raleigh, NC], 1976-1977
[Box 48, Folder 28] "Energy from the Oceans: A Conference on Energy Alternatives for the Future," NCSU, Raleigh, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 29] "Implications of a Conserver Society," Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Raleigh, NC, 1976
[Box 28, Folder 30] "Energy Conservation Experiences with my Home," NC Science Teacher's Association Conference and Teacher's Workshop, Greenville, NC [see also Meetings-Workshops Given, "Wood and Solar as Home Energy Sources," AND Transparencies, Energy Conservation, 1977-1978 1978
[Box 28, Folder 31] "Peak Load Pricing," NE Seminar, NCSU, Raleigh, 1977
[Box 28, Folder 32] "Energy from the Oceans," for UNI 495T: Oceans: Our Continuing Frontier, NCSU, 1978-1979
[Box 28, Folder 33] "NC Energy Problem," Alamance Forum, Burlington, NC, 1978-1979
[Box 29, Folder 1] "Secondary School Energy Education Experiences at NCSU," Energy Education Conference IV, NC Marine Resources Center, Bogue Banks, NC, 1978
[Box 29, Folder 2] "Small Business: Defining and Finding the Market," YWCA, Raleigh, NC, 1978
[Box 29, Folder 3] Talk to Whiteville High School, 1978
[Box 29, Folder 4] "3-Mile Island and Our Nuclear Future," Broughton High School, Raleigh, NC, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 5] "3-Mile Island and Our Nuclear Future," Ravenscroft, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 6] "3-Mile Island and Our Nuclear Future," W. Millbrook Jr. High School, Raleigh, NC, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 7] "3-Mile Island and Our Nuclear Future," Winston-Salem Kiwanis Club, NC, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 8] "3-Mile Island and the Future of Nuclear Power," Cumberland County Board of Education System-Wide In-Service Day, Fayetteville, NC, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 9] 3-Mile Island, What Happened?, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 10] "Cogeneration -- Energy and Process Heat: Energy Savings for NC," Informal luncheon discussion, NCSU, Raleigh, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 11] "Implications of the NCSU-RTI Study to Federal Regulations, the NC General Assembly and Utility Commission," NCSU Cogeneration Study Project, Raleigh, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 12] "Solar Control Power Plants," NE 592E: Seminar, NCSU, Raleigh, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 13] "Starting a Small Business," NC Extension Homemakers Association, Pinehurst, NC, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 14] "Utilization of Existing Energy Teaching Materials," National Science Teacher's Association meeting, Atlanta, GA, 1979
Cover of Report from NCSU Summer Workshop for High School Science Teachers on Classroom Utilization of Available Teaching Materials on Energy Color slide, [Kohl], 1978 (1)
Covers of Fact Sheets on Energy, Color Slide, [Kohl] (2)
Cover of Q&A Nuclear Power and the Environment, Color slide, [Kohl] (3)
Cover of Solar Energy Experiments, Color slide, [Kohl] (4)
Cover of Direct Use of the Sun's Energy, Color slide, [Kohl] (5)
Cover of Energy Conservation in the Home, Color slide, [Kohl] (6)
Cover of Award Winning Energy Education Activities, Color slide, [Kohl] (7)
Cover of Energy: Here Today, ? Tomorrow, Color Slide, [Kohl] (8)
Cover of Energy Activities for the Classroom, Color slide, [Kohl] (9)
Cover of Nuclear Energy, Color slide, [Kohl] (10)
Cover of Energy and Power, Color slide, [Kohl] (11)
Cover of Environmental Education: Strategies for Wise Use of Energy, Color slide, [Kohl] (12)
Cover of Ideas and Activities for Teaching Energy Conservation, Color slide, [Kohl] (13)
Cover of In the Bank...Or Up the Chimney?, Color slide, [Kohl] (14)
Cover of Activities of the Department of Energy in Energy Education, Color slide, [Kohl] (15)
Covers of The Energy Conserver, Color slide, [Kohl] (16)
Covers of various energy newsletters, Color slide, [Kohl] (17)
Covers of Energy Gram, Color slide, [Kohl] (18)
Cover of Energy Films Interim Catalog, Color slide, [Kohl] (19)
Cover of Energy-Environment Source Book, Color slide, [Kohl] (20)
Cover of Energy I, Color slide, [Kohl] (21)
[Box 29, Folder 15] "Utilization of Existing Energy Teaching Materials," The Journal of Environmental Education, Spring 1981
Display of some energy teaching materials, B/w print, [Kohl] (1)
Display of some energy teaching materials, B/w print, [Kohl] (2)
Display of some enrgy teaching materials, B/w print, [Kohl] [see also Societies, ANS, "Summer Workshops for High-School Science Teachers," 1975 and Contracts, Summer workshops for HS Science Teachers, 1972-1978] (3)
[Box 29, Folder 16] Conservation panel member, National Coal and Surface Mining Conference, White Sulphur Springs, WV, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 17] Nuclear power, ZO 221: Conservation of Natural Resources, NCSU, Raleigh, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 18] "Energy and Equity," Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Raleigh, NC, 1980
[Box 29, Folder 19] "Starting Your Own Business," EO 491: Engineering Operations Senior Seminar, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980
[Box 29, Folder 20] Energy sources and problems, UNI 302, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980
[Box 29, Folder 21] Neutron Alalysis Techniques, AMP Incorporated Council on Sealants meeting, Winston-Salem, NC, 1980
[Box 29, Folder 22] Nuclear power, UNI 404: Man and His Environment, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980
[Box 29, Folder 23] Testimony before the NC Utilities Commission in the matter of establishing a NC Alternative Energy Corporation, Raleigh, NC, 1980
[Box 29, Folder 24] "Do You Want this Waste in Your Back Yard?", Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Raleigh, NC, 1981
[Box 30, Folder 1] Testimony on proposed microelectronics center before NC Occupational Safety and Health project (NCOSH) public hearing, Raleigh, NC, 1981
[Box 30, Folder 2] Criteria for Evaluation Sites and EPA-RCRA Requirements, NE 591/ChE 598: Management of Hazardous Chemical and Low Level Radioactive Waste, NCSU, Raleigh, 1982
[Box 30, Folder 3] Testimony for Hearing re: NC's Application for Interim Authorization, Phase II Hazardous Waste Management Program, Raleigh, 1982
[Box 30, Folder 4] "Cogeneration," NE 503: Advanced Power Systems, NCSU, Raleigh, 1983
[Box 30, Folder 5] "NCSU Extension Engineering Programs," NC Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Raleigh, NC, 1983
[Box 30, Folder 6] "PULSTAR Reactor," International Symposium in the Use and Development of Low and Medium Flux Research Reactors, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1983
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis], "customer sample," [for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (1)
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis], "customer sample," [for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (2)
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis], "customer sample," [for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (3)
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis, for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (4)
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis, for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (5)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor (?), for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (6)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor (?), for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (7A)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor (?), for MIT poster], Color negative, [Kohl], 1983 (7)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor (?), for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (8)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor (?), for MIT poster], Color print, [Kohl], 1983 (9)
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis, for MIT poster], Color print, mntd, [Kohl], 1983 (10)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor (?) and Neutron Activation Analysis, for MIT poster], Color negative strips, [Kohl], 1983 (11)
[NCSU Neutron Activation Analysis, for MIT poster], Color negative strips, [Kohl], 1983 (12)
[Box 30, Folder 7] "Workshops: Making Pollution Prevention Pay in Industry," NC Governor's Waste Management Board meeting, Raleigh, NC, 1983
[Box 30, Folder 8] Cogeneration, Texas Gulf Chem., 1983
[Box 30, Folder 9] NC's Hazardous Waste Program, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association's (SOCMA) RCRA/Hazardous Waste Seminar, Newark, NJ, 1983
[Box 30, Folder 10] Nuclear Engineering, ENGR 100: Introduction to Engineering, UNC-Asheville, NC, 1983-1985
[Box 30, Folder 11] "Hazardous Waste Management in Europe," NC Governor's Waste Management Board meeting, Raleigh, NC, 1985
[Box 30, Folder 12] "How the Hazardous Waste Law Affects You," NC Automobile Dealers Association Conference, Raleigh, NC, 1985
[Box 30, Folder 13] "Land Disposal of Hazardous Chemical and Low-Level Radioactive Waste," Toxicology Seminar, NCSU, Raleigh, 1985
[Box 30, Folder 14] "Management of Sludges from Electroplating Operations," Virginia Hazardous Waste Management Conference, Richmond, VA, 1986
[Box 30, Folder 15] "Management of Used Oils, Hazardous Waste and Underground Tanks by Vehicle Maintenance Facilities," Tarheel Parts and Service Managers Club, Wilson, NC, 1986 1986-1987
[Box 30, Folder 16] "Waste Solvent Minimization and Minimizing Electroplating Wastes," GE Corporation CEP Fall Environmental Conference, New Orleans, LA, 1986
[Box 30, Folder 17] Testimony on managing waste oil in NC before the Used Tire and Waste Oil Disposal Study Committee, Raleigh, NC, 1986
[Box 30, Folder 18] "Alternatives for Solid Waste Management" panel, "Life After Landfills" Conference, Regional Development Institute, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 1987
[Box 30, Folder 19] "Hazardous Waste [pesticide] Management," NC Agricultureal Aviation Association Convention, Raleigh, NC, 1987
[Box 30, Folder 20] "NC Actions to Assist Electroplaters in Minimizing Their Metal Losses," Joint USA/Spain Metal Finishing Seminar, Bilbao, Spain, 1987
[Box 31, Folder 1] "Not In My Backyard You Don't: Our Waste Facilities Siting Dilemma," Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Raleigh, NC, 1987
[Box 31, Folder 2] "Reducing Hazardous Waste Production in Degreasing Operations," Waste Reduction-Pollution Prevention Conference, Raleigh, NC, 1988
[Box 31, Folder 3] "Minimizing Hazardous Waste from Electroplating Operations," Ad Hoc Waste Minimization Committee of NC Governor's Waste Management Board, Raleigh, NC, 1989
[Box 31, Folder 4] "Reducing Wastes from Electroplating: Causes of Loss and Options for Reducing Loss," Technical Assistance Training Program 3, Waste Reduction Assessment and Technology Transfer (WRATT), [Raleigh], 1991
[Box 31, Folder 5] "Industry, Pollution, and Waste," MEA 430: Scientific Concepts and Global Problems, NCSU, Raleigh, 1993
[Box 31, Folder 6] Pollution Prevention, [Waste Reduction Assessment and Technology Transfer (WRATT)], [Raleigh], 1993-1994
Meetings-Symposiums Attended, 1956-1988
This subseries includes correspondence, programs, and copies of papers relating to professional meetings that Kohl attended, sponsored by various organizations, corporations, or federal agencies. Note that the folders relating to those gatherings that were part of a society of which Kohl was a member can be found in the Societies subseries. Arranged in chronological order.
[Box 24, Folder 14] Symposium on the Applications of Radioactivity in Petroleum Research and Refinery Operations [Folder located under Tracerlab], 1956-1957
[Box 31, Folder 7] Celanese Case Study Conference presented to NCSU faculty, Charlotte, NC, 1969
[Box 31, Folder 8] Symposium on Technical Entrepreneurship, The Center for Venture Management and Purdue University, West Lafayette, LA, 1970
[Box 43, Folder 11] Sierra Club, Conference on the Electric Power Industry, Johnson, VT [Folder located under Societies], 1972
[Box 44, Folder 1] Sierra Club, Conference on the Electric Power Industry, Johnson, VT [Folder located under Societies], 1972
[Box 44, Folder 2] Sierra Club, Conference on the Electric Power Industry, Johnson, VT [Folder located under Societies], 1972
[Box 41, Folder 4] Management of Hazardous Waste on Campus, Oak Ridge, TN [Folder located under Oak Ridge Associated Universities], 1981
[Box 31, Folder 9] ECU Hazardous Waste Management, Greenville, NC, 15-16 April, 1982
[Box 42, Folder 18] American Electroplaters Society (AES)/EPA, Orlando, FL [Folder located under Societies], 31 January-1 February 1984
[Box 31, Folder 10] Haz Mat-Europa Conference, Hamburg, West Germany, 25-27 June 1985
[Box 31, Folder 11] American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers (AESF)/EPA, Orlando, FL, 27-31 January 1986
[Box 31, Folder 12] International Congress on Hazardous Materials Management, Chatanooga, TN, 8-12 June, 1987
[Box 31, Folder 13] National Round Table of State Waste Reduction Programs, San Diego, CA, 7-8 Dec. 1987, 1988
[Box 31, Folder 14] EPA Solvent Waste Reduction Alternatives Seminar, Atlanta, GA, 23-24 Feb. 1988
[Box 31, Folder 15] EPA, Los Angeles, CA, 29 Feb. 1988
Meetings-Workshops Given, 1970-1988
This subseries consists of correspondence, research and reference materials, promotional brochures, and copies of papers relating to workshops and meetings that Kohl organized while he was at NCSU. Note that although some of these were funded by contracts, they were not included by Kohl in the Contracts-Proposals subseries above. Note also that drafts and transcripts of, and correspondence relating to, any talks that Kohl gave at these conferences or workshops that he also coordinated are located in a separate folder next to the material pertaining to the event itself. Arranged in chronological and, within year, alphabetical, order. Exception: All folders relating to the same meeting or workshop, even though they span several years, are located together.
[Box 31, Folder 16] An Information Exchange on 18F for Medical Application, NCSU, Raleigh, NC, 1970-1971
[Box 31, Folder 17] North Carolina Nuclear Environmental Workshop, NCSU, Pinehurst, NC, 16-17 Oct. 1970
[Box 31, Folder 18] Sources of New Product Ideas and their Profitable Commercialization, NCSU, Durham, NC, May 1970
[Box 32, Folder 1] Use of Radioisotopes on the Life Sciences, NCSU, Raleigh, 1970-1974, undated
[Box 32, Folder 2] Air Pollution Short Course for Consulting and Plant Engineers, NCSU, Tanglewood, Clemens, NC, 7-9 May 1972
[Box 32, Folder 3] Environmental Impact Statements Workshop(s), Durham, NC, 1972-1973
[Box 32, Folder 4] A North Carolina Citizen's Guide to Commenting on Environmental Impact Statements, 1973
[Box 32, Folder 5] Industrial Energy Conservation Workshop, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973
[Box 32, Folder 6] Proceedings from Industrial Energy Conservation Workshop, NCSU, Raleigh, NC, 1973
[Box 32, Folder 7] Lectures by Daniel Luten, "Teloeconomics," and "The US Energy Crisis," NCSU, Raleigh, Jan. 1973
[Box 32, Folder 8] Energy Conservation in Industry, NCSU, Raleigh [See also Transparencies, Energy Conservation], 1974-1975
[Box 32, Folder 9] Lecture by Bruce Hannon, Options for Energy Conservation, NCSU, Raleigh, 1974
[Box 32, Folder 10] Radioisotope Techniques, NCSU, Raleigh, 1974-1979
[Box 32, Folder 11] Radioisotope Techniques, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980-1984
[Box 33, Folder 1] Radioisotope Techniques, NCSU, Raleigh, 1985-1988, undated
[Box 33, Folder 2] Radioisotope Techniques, lecture materials, NCSU, Raleigh, [1987]
[Box 33, Folder 3] Energy from the Oceans: Fact or Fantasy? NCSU, Raleigh, 1975
[Box 33, Folder 4] Energy from the Oceans: Fact or Fantasy?, conference proceedings, 1976
[Box 33, Folder 5] Energy from the Oceans: Fact or Fantasy? reference materials, NCSU, Raleigh, 1973-1977
[Drawing of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)) Power Plant], Color Print (1)
[Box 33, Folder 6] Management of Peak Demand Power Consumption and Solar Energy in NC, NCSU, 1975-1976
[Box 33, Folder 7] Seminar by Lynn Wallis from GE, The Nuclear Power Controversy, NCSU, Raleigh, 1975
[Box 33, Folder 8] Basic Radiological Health, NCSU, Raleigh, 1976
[Box 33, Folder 9] Radiation Safety Principles and Procedures, NCSU, Raleigh, 1976, 1984-1987
[Box 33, Folder 10] Seminar on Energy Conservation in Dyeing and Finishing, NCSU, Raleigh, 1976
[Box 33, Folder 11] "Need for and Implementation of an Energy Conservation Program," Seminar on Energy Conservation in Dyeing and Finishing, NCSU, 1976
[Box 33, Folder 12] "Trends in Energy Supplies and Prices," Seminar on Energy Conservation in Dyeing and Finishing, NCSU, Raleigh, NC, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 1] Electrical Practices for energy Conservation, NCSU, Raleigh, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 2] "Trends in Energy Supplies and Prices," Electrical Practices for Energy Conservation, NCSU, Raleigh, NC, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 3] Energy Use and Conservation, NC Department of Public Instruction, NCSU, Raleigh, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 4] "Energy Conservation Experiences with my Home," Energy Use and Conservation, NC Department of Public Instruction, NCSU, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 5] Measurement and Minimization of Energy Losses from Buildings, NCSU, Raleigh, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 6] "Trends in Energy Supplies and Prices," Measurement and Minimization of Energy Losses from Buildings, NCSU, Raleigh, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 7] Purchasing Strategies for Energy Conservation, NCSU, Raleigh, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 8] The Present Status of Nuclear Power: Its Problems for the Carolinas, ANS/NCSU, Wilmington, NC, 1977
[Box 34, Folder 9] Cogeneration and North Carolina, NCSU, Raleigh, 1978-1979
[Box 34, Folder 10] Cogeneration and North Carolina, Conference Proceedings, 1979
[Box 34, Folder 11] Development and Operation of a Radiation Safety Program, NCSU, Raleigh, 1978
[Box 34, Folder 12] Solar Energy Projects in NC, Raleigh, 1978
[Box 34, Folder 13] "Where to Get More Information on Solar Energy," for Solar Energy Projects in NC, NCSU, 1978
[Box 34, Folder 14] The Clean Act Amendments of of 1977 and their Impact on NC, NCSU, Raleigh, 1978
[Box 34, Folder 15] The Practice of Liquid Scintillation Counting, NCSU, Raleigh, 1978-1983, undated
[Box 34, Folder 16] The Practice "Lecture 5: Disposal of LSC Wastes," The Practice of Liquid Scintillation Counting, NCSU, 183
[Box 34, Folder 17] Wood and Solar as Home Energy Sources, NCSU, Raleigh, 1978
[Box 34, Folder 18] "Energy Conservation Experiences with my Home," Wood and Solar as Home Energy Sources, NCSU, Raleigh [See also Individual lectures & seminars, NC Science Teacher's Association Conference & Teacher's Workshop, 1977-1978 AND Transparencies, Energy Conservation], 1978
[Box 35, Folder 1] Recent Developments in Industrial Radiation Safety, NCSU, Raleigh, 1979
[Box 35, Folder 2] Treating and Disposal of Metal Finishing Plant Wastes, AES/NCSU, Raleigh, 1979
[Box 35, Folder 3] Disposal and Shipping of Radioactive and Toxic Chemical Wastes, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980
[Box 35, Folder 4] Disposal and Shipping of Radioactive and Toxic Chemical Wastes, Radioisotope Techniques, Liquid Scintillation Counting, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980-1986
[Box 35, Folder 5] Incineration of Low Level Radioactive Wastes, NCSU, Raleigh, 1981
[Box 35, Folder 6] Incineration of Low Level Radioactive Wastes, UC Irvine, CA, 1982
[Box 35, Folder 7] Light Water Reactors, NCSU, Raleigh, 1980-1982
[Box 35, Folder 8] Light Water Reactors, NCSU, Raleigh, 1981
[Box 35, Folder 9] Light Water Reactors, NCSU, Raleigh, 1981
[Box 36, Folder 1] Light Water Reactors, GE/NCSU, Wilmington, NC, 1981
[Box 36, Folder 2] Light Water Reactors, GE/NCSU, Wilmington, NC, 1981-1982
[Box 36, Folder 3] Low Levels of Radiation Exposure: Its Attainment, ALARA, Its Effects, BEIR-III, NCSU, Raleigh, 1981
[Box 36, Folder 4] Nuclear Science and Technology for HS Juniors, NCSU, Raleigh, 1981-1988
[Box 36, Folder 5] Pollution Prevention Pays Conference, NC Governor's Office, Raleigh, 1981-1982
[Box 36, Folder 6] Wood: An Alternate Energy Resource for Appalachian Industry and Institutions, NCSU, Winston-Salem, NC, 1981
[Wood Conference booth and attendees], Color print, [Kohl], 1981 (1)
[Wood Conference booths and attendes], Color print, [Kohl], 1981 (2)
[Wood Conference booths and attendees], Color print, [Kohl], 1981 (3)
[Folk band at Wood Conference], Color print, [Kohl], 1981 (4)
[Folk band at Wood Conference], Color print, [Kohl], 1981 (5)
[Folk band at Wood Conference], Color print, [Kohl], 1981 (6)
[Box 36, Folder 7] Wood: An Alternate Energy Resource for Appalachian Industry and Institutions, Final Report, 1981
[Box 36, Folder 8] Wood: An Alternate Energy Resource for Appalachian Industry and Institutions, Conference Proceedings and Manual, 1981
[Box 36, Folder 9] Colloquium by William L. Russell, "Comparision of Genetic Effects From Radiation and Chemicals," NCSU, Raleigh, 1982
[Box 36, Folder 10] In-Plant Responsibilities with Hazardous Wastes for Black and Decker, Fayetteville, NC, 1982
[Box 37, Folder 1] Nuclear Embrittlement and Reactor Pressure Vessel Integrity, NCSU, Raleigh, 1982
[Box 37, Folder 2] Nuclear Criticality Safety Workshop for GE, Wilmington, NC, 1982-1984
[Box 37, Folder 3] RCRA Financial Assurance for Closure and Post-closure Care and Liability Insurance Requirements, NCSU, Raleigh and Hickory, NC, 1982
[Box 37, Folder 4] Triangle Conference(s) on Environmental Technology, Traingle area, 1982-1985
[Box 37, Folder 5] An Energy Update for NC High School Science Teachers, NCSU, Raleigh, 1984
[Box 37, Folder 6] Radiation Safety Principles and Procedures, NCSU, Raleigh, 1984-1985, 1987
[Box 37, Folder 7] Hazardous Waste Management, US Coast Guard, Elizabeth City, NC, 1985
[Box 37, Folder 8] Metal Finishing Waste Reduction/Treatment Advisory Committee Meeting, NCSU, Raleigh, 1985-1986
[Box 37, Folder 9] Metal Finishing Waste Reduction/Treatment Advisory Committee Meeting, reference material re: waste minimization guidelines, 1988
[Box 37, Folder 10] What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: A 'How To' Seminar on on EPA's Hazardous Waste Management Rules for Small Quantity Generators, EPA/PBS "Narrowcast,", 1986
[Box 37, Folder 11] Hazardous Waste Management Under RCRA for Northern Telecom, Chapel Hill, 1987
[Box 37, Folder 12] Wood Treatment Regulation Update, NCSU, Raleigh, 1987
[Box 37, Folder 13] ANS Topical Meeting, Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurement Applications, ANS/NCSU, Pinehurst, NC, 1988
Meetings-Workshops in Production, 1973-1988
This subseries includes correspondence and research and reference materials relating to workshops and meetings that Kohl attempted to organize but that did not come to fruition. Arranged in chronological order.
[Box 37, Folder 14] Water cooling choices for nuclear power plants, CP&L New Hope, Brunswick, and Harris plants, 1973
[Box 37, Folder 15] Information exchange program on evaluating and motivating energy utilities, 1979-1980
[Box 38, Folder 1] Disposal of toxic chemical and low-level radioactive waste for newspaper reporters, 1980
[Box 38, Folder 2] Waste water pre-treatment for wood preserving companies, 1982
[Box 38, Folder 3] Program for university hazardous waste managers, 1985-1986
[Box 38, Folder 4] New Regulations on Underground Storage Tanks, 1985-1986, 1988
[Box 38, Folder 5] Proposal to NC Department of Human Resources, part of that Department's bid for the US government's RITTA initiative funds, 1988
Nuclear Engineering Department, NCSU, 1964-1987
This subseries contains correspondence, brochures and newsletters, research, class materials, and photographs relating to the work that Kohl performed for the nuclear engineering department at NCSU. This included promoting the department and the nuclear engineering program, coordinating off-campus video courses, facilitating discussion groups, and organizing dinners. Arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within individual years.
[Box 38, Folder 6] NE 531: "Nuclear Reactor Laboratory," Term Project: "Delayed Neutron Effects," (Kuehn, Nunn, Rosendahl), 1964
[Box 38, Folder 7] Co-operative Engineering Degree Program, 1968-1969
[Box 38, Folder 8] Department promotion, Research in NC, VA, TN, and IL regarding department services, education, and job opportunities, 1969-1970
[Box 28, Folder 9] Brochures [See also UA 105.20], 1971-1972, [1980] [1985]
Adjunct faculty, Dr. J. D. E. Jeffries, B/w print, [Kohl], circa 1978-1981 (1)
Adjunct faculty, Dr. J. D. E. Jeffries, B/w print, [Kohl], circa 1978-1981 (2)
Adjunct faculty, Mr. J. Bullock, B/w print, [Kohl], circa 1978-1981 (3)
Adjunct faculty, Mr. J. Bullock, B/w print, [Kohl], circa 1978-1981 (4)
Adjunct faculty, Dr. G. J. Oliver, B/w print, Crawford, Cary, NC, circa 1978-1981 (5)
[ "Nuclear Engineers at Work" at CP&L--two NCSU co-op students and one principal engineer], B/w print, [CP&L] (6)
[ "Nuclear Engineers at Work" at CP&L--two NCSU co-op students], B/w print, [CP&L] (7)
[ "Nuclear Engineers at Work" at construction of CP&L's Brunswick plant], B/w contact sheet, [CP&L] (8)
[Box 38, Folder 10] Department promotion, general, [1970s], 1984-1985
"State Fair booth, 1978," Color print, [Kohl] (1)
"State Fair booth, 1978," Color negatives, [Kohl] (2)
"State Fair booth, 1978," Color negatives, [Kohl] (3)
"Posters, Fall 1979," Color print, [Kohl] (4)
"Posters, Fall 1979," Color print, [Kohl] (5)
"Posters, Fall 1979," Color negative strips, [Kohl] (6)
"Students, Fall 1979," Color negative strips, [Kohl] (7)
"Students, Fall 1979," Color negative strips, [Kohl] (8)
[ "Nuclear Engineers at Work"], B/w print (9)
[ "Nuclear Engineers at Work"], B/w print (10)
[ "Nuclear Engineers at Work"], B/w print (11)
[Box 38, Folder 11] NE 419: Intro to Nuclear Engineering, NE 592/CE 574: Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Power, and NE 501: Nuclear Analysis for Duke Power Company, [See also NCSU Courses Taught], 1971-1983
[Box 38, Folder 12] NE 512: Radiation Applications, Spring 1973
[Box 38, Folder 13] Off-campus graduate program, general, 1975
[Box 38, Folder 14] Off-campus program, videotaped courses NE 412: Nuclear Fuel Cycles, NE 501: Reactor Analysis, and NE 404: Radiological Reactor and Environmental Safety, 1976-1977
[Box 38, Folder 15] Response to Armory Lovins' alternate energy path study, 1976-1977
[Box 39, Folder 1] Response to Armory Lovins' alternate energy path study, 1977
[Box 39, Folder 2] Courses for GE, Wilmington, NC, 1976-1977
[Box 39, Folder 3] Technical Education Research Center Advisory group, Nuclear Technician Training Curriculum, 1978
[Box 39, Folder 4] Nuclear energy presentations to high school students, 1979
[Box 39, Folder 5] Raymond Murray retirement and endowment fund, 1980, 1984-1986
Raymond Murray receives a world clock from Wilson Leggett on the occasion of his retirement from NCSU and the establishment of the Raymond L. Murray Endowment, B/w print, [Robert Mayton], March 1986 (1)
[Box 39, Folder 6] Reports and memos, 1982-1986
[Box 39, Folder 7] Review courses for Professional Engineers Exam for Duke Power Company, 1982
[Box 39, Folder 8] Promotion for graduate students, 1984-1985
[Control room of NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (1)
[Control room of NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (2)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (3)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (4)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (5)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (6)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], Color negative, [Kohl], circa 1980s (7)
[Boilers, valves, instruments related to PULSTAR Reactor], B/w contact sheet, [Kohl], circa 1980s (8)
[NCSU PULSTAR Reactor], B/w contact sheet, [Kohl], circa 1980s (9)
[NCSU student or faculty member conducting test in lab], B/w print, [Kohl] (10)
[NCSU Nuclear Engineering faculty, Orlando Auciello], B/w print, circa 1980s (11)
[Brochure detailing graduate program], B/w [microfilm] (12)
[Box 39, Folder 9] Newsletter, 1986-1987
[Paul J. Turinsky and Wilson D. Leggett at Raymond Murray's retirement banquet], B/w print, [Robert Mayton], March 1986 (1)
[Speakers at Raymond Murray's retirement banquet], B/w print, [Robert Mayton], March 1986 (2)
[Raymond Murray receives a world clock from Wilson Leggett on the occasion of Murray's retirement and the establishment of the Raymond L. Murray Endowment Fund], B/w print, [Robert Mayton], March 1986 (3)
[NCSU class at PULSTAR Reactor ], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (4)
[NCSU faculty with instrument], B/w print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (5)
[NCSU faculty with instrument], B/w print, [Kohl], circa 1980s (6)
[Construction of first NCSU reactor], B/w negative (7)
[First NCSU reactor], B/w negative (8)
[First NCSU reactor], B/w negatives (9)
[Box 39, Folder 10] 25th Anniversary celebration, 1987
Nuclear Facilities, NCSU, Promotion, 1968-1986
This subseries includes programs, brochures, correspondence, and photographs detailing Kohl's activities to promote the NCSU nuclear reactors and the various services they provided. Arranged chronologically.
[Box 39, Folder 11] Building Dedications, 1968-1972
Dedication of Poe Hall, School of Education building, Color slide, [Kohl], April 21, 1971 (1)
Dedication of Poe Hall, School of Education building, Color slide, [Kohl], April 21, 1971 (2)
Dedication of Poe Hall, School of Education building, Color slide, [Kohl], April 21, 1971 (3)
Dedication of Poe Hall, School of Education building, Color slide, [Kohl], April 21, 1971 (4)
[Box 39, Folder 12] Brochures, [See also UA 105.20], 1970, 1974-1975, 1978, 1980-1982, 1984, 1986, undated
[ "NAA lab"], B/w print, [Kohl] (1)
[ "NAA lab"], B/w print, [Kohl] (2)
[ "NAA lab"], B/w print, [Kohl] (3)
[ "NAA lab"], B/w print, [Kohl] (4)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (5)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (6)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (7)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (8)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (9)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (10)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (11)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (12)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (13)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (14)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (15)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (16)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (17)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (18)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (19)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (20)
[ "NAA lab,"], B/w print, [Kohl], October 1986 (21)
[Box 39, Folder 13] Brochures, [See also UA 105.20], 1970, 1974-1975, 1978, 1980-1982, 1984, 1986, undated
[ "Gardner's brochure, photo A." Men in hardhats working on a construction site], B/w print (1)
[ "Gardner's brochure, photo C." Two men working with an instrument], B/w print, [Kohl] (2)
[ "Gardner's brochure, photo D." Neutron Activation Analysis with computer], B/w print, [Kohl] (3)
[ "Gardner's brochure, photo E." Two men and an instrument] (4)
Drawing of Burlington Engineering Labs building, B/w print, drawing by Bruce Weber, April 1970 (5)
[ "Cobalt-10 facility."], B/w print, [Kohl] (6A)
[ "Cobalt-10 facility."], B/w print, [Kohl] (6B)
"Practice fuel loading in Oconee Unit 3.", B/w print, [1974] (7)
"Oconee #1 'internals' being prepared prior to insertion into reactor pressure vessel." B/w print (8)
"McGuire reactor containment buildings, looking over Unit 2 toward Unit 1." B/w print (9)
[McGuire reactor, Unit 2 reactor building, flanked by two 570-ton steam generators.], B/w print (10)
"Looking inside McGuire Unit 2, noticing reactor chamber, polar crane wall, outer steel containment wall, and the outer concrete wall," [1974]. B/w print (11)
Nuclear Reactor Services, NCSU, 1970-1980
This subseries consists of correspondence and reports detailing the use of NCSU nuclear reactors services by various companies. Arranged alphabetically.
[Box 40, Folder 1] "Alternative Opportunities for the Operation and Utilization of the NC State Pulstar Reactor and Associated Nuclear Facilities,", 1970-1971
[Box 40, Folder 2] Action Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1983
[Box 40, Folder 3] AMP, Inc., Harrisburg, PA, 1979-1980
[Box 40, Folder 4] Babcock & Wilcox Co., Lynchburg, VA, 1980
[Box 40, Folder 5] DuPont, INCO, and Ideal Cement Co., Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, NC, 1979
[Box 40, Folder 6] EPA, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1979
[Box 40, Folder 7] General Electric Co. (GE), Wilmington, 1979
[Box 40, Folder 8] IBM and Square D Co., Raleigh, NC, 1980
[Box 40, Folder 9] Northrop Services, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC, 1980
[Box 40, Folder 10] Research Triangle Institute (RTI), Research Triangle Park, NC, 1980
[Box 40, Folder 11] SBI-Drug Enforcement Division, Wilmington, NC, 1979
[Box 40, Folder 12] W. R. Grace & Co., Atlanta, GA, 1979-1980
Nuclear Reactor Training Programs, NCSU, 1970-1981
This subseries includes correspondence and reports pertaining to the use of the NCSU nuclear reactor by various companies as a training ground for their employees. Arranged alphabetically.
[Box 40, Folder 13] General, 1970, 1972-1975
[Box 40, Folder 14] Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., 1970
[Box 40, Folder 15] Carolina Power and Light (CP&L), 1972-1979
[Box 40, Folder 16] C-E Power Systems, 1975
[Box 40, Folder 17] Duke Power, Co., 1974-1979
[Box 40, Folder 18] Florida Power Corporation, 1970, 1974
[Box 40, Folder 19] Lenoir County Community College, 1975
[Box 40, Folder 20] Louisiana Power and Light, 1974, 1977
[Box 40, Folder 21] Midlands Technical College, 1973-1976
[Box 40, Folder 22] Technical Institute of Alamance, 1974
[Box 41, Folder 1] Virginia Electric Power Co. (VEPCO), 1974-1981
Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU), 1972-1991
This subseries contains correspondence, teaching materials, promotional material, and photographs relating to ORAU's traveling educational program that taught high school students about nuclear energy. NCSU was a member of ORAU. Also included in this subseries is correspondence and a program for a conference sponsored by ORAU. Arranged chronologically.
[Box 41, Folder 2] "This Atomic World," [See also UA 105.20], 1972-1974
This Atomic World presenter, B/w print (1)
[Box 41, Folder 3] "Energy Today and Tomorrow,", 1970-1979
[Box 41, Folder 4] Management of Hazardous Waste on Campus Conference, Oak Ridge, TN, 1981, 1991
Personal, 1942-1987
This subseries includes resumes, biographies, summaries of work, correspondence, and photographs that detail Kohl's career and his hobbies. Arranged alphabetically.
[Box 41, Folder 5] Correspondence, 1966, 1973, 1977, 1981
[Box 41, Folder 6] Education information, 1942, 1944-1945, 1971, 1974
[Box 41, Folder 7] Letters of appreciation and approval, 1970-1977
[Box 41, Folder 8] Letters of appreciation and approval, 1978-1988
[Box 41, Folder 9] Letters of approval re: awards, 1976-1988
[Box 41, Folder 10] NCSU International Folk Dance Club, 1982-1987
[Box 41, Folder 11] Photographs, 1964, undated
Jerome Kohl, B/w contact sheet, [circa 1980s] (1)
Jerome Kohl, B/w contact sheet, [circa 1980s] (2)
Jerome Kohl with 4 others, B/w print, [circa 1960s] (3)
Jerome Kohl, B/w print, [circa 1960s] (4)
Jerome Kohl, B/w print, [circa 1980s] (5)
Jerome Kohl addressing a meeting, B/w print, [circa 1970s] (6)
Jerome Kohl, B/w contact sheet, [circa 1970s] (7)
Jerome Kohl, B/w print, [circa 1980s] (8)
Jerome Kohl, B/w print, [circa 1980s] (9)
Jerome Kohl speaking, B/w print, [circa 1960s] (10)
Jerome Kohl, B/w print, Coulter Commercial Photography, Oak Ridge, TN, November 12, 1964 (11)
Jerome Kohl teaching [summer workshops for HS Science teachers, B/w print, [circa 1970s] (12)
Jerome Kohl, B/w print, [circa late 1980s,early 1990s] (13)
[Box 41, Folder 12] Photography, 1972, 1976, 1979, 1981-1982
[Box 41, Folder 13] Resumes, CVs, and other biographical information, 1942-[1980s]
[Box 41, Folder 14] Summaries of work, [1971], 1983-1987
Professional Travel, 1970-1987
This subseries consists of Correspondence and research materials relating to Kohl's several trips across the United States and to Italy, Greece, New Zealand, and Fiji. Kohl lectured on hazardous waste and nuclear engineering applications while observing how other states and countries handled their waste and used their nuclear reactors. Arranged chronologically. Note that this subseries does not include any material from Kohl's visit to China. See the Consulting subseries.
[Box 42, Folder 1] PA State Reactor, MIT Reactor and IAEA Conference on Ecological Problems of Nuclear Power Plants in NY, 1970
[Box 42, Folder 2] UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, Texas A&M, private companies on West Coast, December-January 1970-1971
[Box 42, Folder 3] Johns Hopkins University, MD, 1971
[Box 42, Folder 4] Washington, D.C. [re: Texas A&M reactor programs], 1971
[Box 42, Folder 5] Washington, D. C. re: NCSU nuclear engineering and department education, reactor sharing, other miscellaneous, 1974
[Box 42, Folder 6] University of Washington, Oregon State, Boeing, and other Northwest provate companies, 1974
[Box 42, Folder 7] Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC, 1975
[Box 42, Folder 8] CA including Applied Energy Inc., Pacific Gas & Electric Solar Turbine International, and CA Public Utilities Commission, 1979
[Box 42, Folder 9] Italy and Greece re: nuclear applications and research, 1980
[Box 42, Folder 10] Columbia, Pinwood, and Barnwell, SC re: how SC government and private companies handle hazardous waste, 1982
[Box 42, Folder 11] OR Solid Waste Division and private companies re: hazardous waste management, 1983
[Box 42, Folder 12] UC Davis, CA Department of Health Services, and private companies in CA re: hazardous waste management, 1983-1984, 1987
[Box 42, Folder 13] Background materials re: hazardous waste management collected during CA visits, 1983-1989
[Box 42, Folder 14] PA Division of Hazardous Waste and NY Division of Solid and Hazzardous Waste re: electroplating sludges and solid wastes, 1984
[Box 42, Folder 15] EPA, Washington, D.C., 1985
[Box 42, Folder 16] New Zealand and the Fiji Islands re: hazardous waste management and starting your own business, 1985-1987
Societies, 1947-1992
This subseries contains correspondence, reports, drafts of papers and testimonies, promotional literature, reference materials, and conference brochures detailing the professional societies and avocational organizations to which Kohl belonged. Arranged alphabetically, and then chronologically within each society. Note that material relating to meetings that Kohl attended that were sponsored by these organizations are located in this subseries. Any papers or official testimonies that Kohl gave as a member of any of these organizations, rather than as an individual or as an NCSU employee, can also be found in this subseries.
American Electroplater's Society (AES)
[Box 42, Folder 17] General, 1984-1985
[Box 42, Folder 18] Meeting, Orlando, FL, 1984
[Box 42, Folder 19] American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), 1947-1949, 1974-1975, 1981-1982
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
[Box 43, Folder 1] American Nuclear Society (ANS), 1975, 1980-1983
[Box 43, Folder 2] Talk re: nuclear medicine, 1970
[Box 43, Folder 3] "Summer Workshops for High School Science Teachers," National Topical Meeting "Nuclear Engineering Education: The Past and the Future," University Park, PA , and in Nuclear Technology, [See also Contracts, US AEC, workshop on electrical power generation for NC secondary school teachers, 1972-1974], 1975 1975
American Society for Engineering Education, (ASEE)
[Box 43, Folder 4] General, 1971-1973, undated
[Box 43, Folder 5] "Teaching Concepts Basic to Nuclear Engineering: Radiation Interaction Detection and Instrumentation," presentation at ASEE annual meeting, 1971
[Box 43, Folder 6] Carolina Designer Craftsmen (CDC), 1970-1980
[Box 43, Folder 7] Health Physics Society, 1982-1987
[Box 43, Folder 8] International Cogeneration Society (ICS), 1981-1985
Sierra Club
[Box 43, Folder 9] Energy Policy, 1971-1973
[Box 43, Folder 10] Talk on Club for Xi Sigma Pi, NCSU, 1971
[Box 43, Folder 11] Conference on the Electric Power Industry, Johnson, VT, 1972
[Box 44, Folder 1] Conference on the Electric Power Industry, Johnson, VT, 1972
[Box 44, Folder 2] Conference on the Electric Power Industry, Johnson, VT, 1972
[Box 44, Folder 3] Joseph LeConte Chapter, Triangle Group, 1972-1975, 1982
[Box 44, Folder 4] NC State Parks Coalition, 1972-1975
[Box 44, Folder 5] Proposed book, Conservation Victories, 1972-1974
[Box 44, Folder 6] Talk to Sierra Club, Fayetteville, 1972
[Box 44, Folder 7] "Statement [of Jerome Kohl] for Public Hearing of Oct. 10, 1973 of the North Carolina Energy Crisis Study Commission," Raleigh, 1973
[Box 44, Folder 8] Advisory Committees for NC Energy Crisis Study Commission, 1973
[Box 44, Folder 9] Energy Policy Committee, Energy Conservation Sub-Committee, 1973-1977
[Box 44, Folder 10] Energy Policy Committee, Energy Conservation Sub-Committee, 1974-1977
[Box 44, Folder 11] Proposed Duke Sands development at Sealevel, NC, 1973
[Box 44, Folder 12] "Energy Conservation," Forum on NC's Energy Future, NC Energy Information Program, Raleigh, 1974
[Box 45, Folder 1] "Energy Conservation," for workshops on Energy/Environment/Economics, Mecklenberg, NC, 1975-1976
[Box 45, Folder 2] "Energy Conservation," for 3E workshops on Energy/Environment/Economics, Charlotte, NC, 1977
[Box 45, Folder 3] Appalachian Regional Conservation Committee, 1974-[1976]
[Box 45, Folder 4] Energy Workshop, NC, 1974
[Box 45, Folder 5] "Testimony for National Hearings of the Council on Environmental Quality on the Environmental Conservation Aspects of ERDA's National Plan for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration: 'Heating Energy Choices for the Future,'" Washington, D.C., 1975
[Box 45, Folder 6] Proposed paper for Sierra Club Bulletin, "Electricity Prices: Now It's Not Only How Much, But When You Use It,", 1976
[Box 45, Folder 7] Testimony on the "Energy Extension Service Act of 1975," for the US House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology before the Subcommittee on Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration, Washington, D.C., 1976
[Box 45, Folder 8] "Testimony of Jerome Kohl for Docket No. E-100 Sub 22: Load Forecasts and Future Generating Capacity Requirements," before the NC Utilities Commission, 1977
[Box 45, Folder 9] Pro Nuclear Energy Q&A, Triangle Group of the LeConte Chapter, [Raleigh], 1978
[Box 45, Folder 10] "Public Participation Training Course, ", 1981
[Box 45, Folder 11] Hazardous Waste Management presentations, 1989-1991
[Box 45, Folder 12] NC Chapter, Hazardous Waste Committee, 1989-1991
[Box 45, Folder 13] Presentation re: Hazardous waste management and reduction, 1991
[Box 45, Folder 14] Presentations re: China Consulting, [See also Consulting, China], 1991-1992
Transparencies, circa 1970-1980
This subseries includes transparencies Kohl used as teaching aids. Arranged according to Kohl's original order: Three binders, or books that contain various sections including energy conservation, environmental effects and accidents of radiation, department of energy, fission and fusion, monitoring instruments, cooling, siting-off-shore, energy economics, nuclear waste, growth-no growth, and marketing and the engineer.
[Box 46, Folder 1] Book 2, Section 3: Energy Conservation, circa 1975-1976
[Box 46, Folder 2] Book 2, Section 4: Environmental Effects and Accidents of Radiation, circa 1975-1980
[Box 46, Folder 3] Book 3, Sections 5-7: Department of Energy, Fission and Fusion, and Monitoring Instruments, circa 1975-1980
[Box 46, Folder 4] Book 4, Sections 8-13: Cooling, Siting-Off-Shore, Energy Economics, Nuclear Waste, Growth-No Growth, Marketing and the Engineer, circa 1970-1980
This series contains reprints, copies of Kohl's published books, articles, and essays, as well as documentation relating to these items. The series is arranged into three subseries: Books/Manuals, Articles/Essays, and Other.
Books/Manuals
[Box 47, Folder 1] "Radiation Techniques," Advances in Petroleum Chemistry and Refining, vol. 2, 1959
[Box 47, Folder 2] Radioisotope Applications Engineering , [1961]-1962, 1966
[Box 47, Folder 3] Engineering Administration, 1964
[Box 47, Folder 4] "Radioisotopes and Nuclear Detectors, " Instrument and Controls Handbook, 1st and 2nd Ed., and Chemical & Process Technology Encyclopedia, 1971-1973
[Box 47, Folder 5] "Behavioral Change = Knoeldge x Motivation: Bringing About Change in Hazardous Waste Management," in Technical Manual for the Safe Disposal of Hazardous Wastes with Special Emphasis on the Problems and Needs of Developing Countries, World Health Organization, [Published as "Bringing About Change in Hazardous Waste Management," 1989], [1987, 1989]
Articles/Essays
[Box 47, Folder 6] "Radioisotopes in Industry," Engineering and Science, October 1950
[Box 47, Folder 7] "Mobile Radiochemical Laboratory," Nucleonics, May 1952
[Box 47, Folder 8] "Check these uses for Radioisotopes," Petroleum Refiner, November 1952
[Box 47, Folder 9] "Radioisotopes in Process Instrumentation," Chemical Engineering Progress, December 1952
[Box 47, Folder 10] "How to Plan and Pay for the Safe and Adequate Highways We Need," GM Better Highways Awards Contest, 1953
[Box 47, Folder 11] "Properties of Some Radioactive Isotopes Useful in Radiography," Journal of the Japanese Society for Non-Destructive Inspection, (in Japanese), Summer 1954
[Box 47, Folder 12] "Radioisotopes in Process Instrumentation," Instrumentation, 1st quarter, 1955
[Box 47, Folder 13] "Locating Casing Shoe Leaks with Radioactive Argon," Petroleum Transactions, AIME, (includes draft), 1955
[Box 47, Folder 14] "Tracers Find Brine Well Oil Pad," Chemical Engineering, September 1956
[Box 47, Folder 15] "Monitors for Nuclear Reaction Fission Products," ISA Journal, June 1958
[Box 47, Folder 16] "Exotic Power Sources," Electrical West, July 1964
[Box 47, Folder 17] "Locating Major Combustors by Utilizing Existing Energy DataBase Systems," Cogeneration World, July/August 1982, 1980-1982
Other
[Box 47, Folder 18] Bibliographies, 1953-1954
[Box 47, Folder 19] Book Reviews, 1954-1971
[Box 47, Folder 20] Raleigh Resources: Recycle, Conserve Energy, Work with Others, Earth Day-April 22, 1990, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh, 1990
The Slides series consists of close to 1000 color slides, mostly taken by Kohl. Originally, the slides had also been arranged by Kohl himself into subject categories and then placed into four, three-ring binders, or "books." This order has been kept, and thus the series includes four subseries, each of which correspond to one of the four original three-ring binders, as follows: Book 1, Energy Alternatives; Book 2, Nuclear Energy; Book 3, Hazardous Waste; Book 4, Hazardous Waste.
[Box 47, Folder 21] Slide index and descriptive list, 1986, undated
[Box 47, Folder 22] "Energy and the Breeder" booklet, [See slides in MC142.51], circa 1980
Book 1, Energy Alternatives
[Box 48] OTEC Plant, 1976
[Box 48] Wave Research, [1976]
[Box 48] Energy Conservation, 1977-1979
[Box 48] Cogeneration, 1978
[Box 48] Applied Technology, Washington, D.C., 1979
[Box 49] Applied Technology, Solar, 1977-1981
[Box 49] Applied Technology, Geothermat, 1975
[Box 49] Appropriate Technology, Washington, D.C., 1979
[Box 49] NC State Fair Exhibit, 1975
Book 2, Nuclear Energy
[Box 49] Nuclear Power, Electrical Power Generation, Comparative Risks and Benefits, 1972-1973
[Box 49] Nuclear Power, NCSU PULSTAR Reactor, circa 1970s
[Box 49] Nuclear Power, CP&L Sutton Plant
[Box 49] Nuclear Power, Miscellaneous
[Box 50] Nuclear Power, Miscellaneous
[Box 50] Nuclear Power, Various Plants
[Box 50] NCSU Nuclear Engineering Department, NAA, 1973-1983
[Box 50] NCSU Nuclear Engineering Department, Miscellaneous
[Box 51] NCSU Nuclear Engineering Department, Miscellaneous
[Box 51] Nuclear Engineers at Work [See Nuclear Engineering Department subseries, Brochures]
[Box 51] Radioactive Wastes
[Box 51] "Energy and the Breeder, [Reactor]" [See booklet in MC142.47.22]
[Box 51] Book 3, Hazardous Waste
[Box 52] Book 4, Hazardous Waste

Creator

Kohl, Jerome

Quantity

22.0 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

47 archival boxes and 5 slide boxes

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff external link.

Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Received from Jerome Kohl in five installments in 1982, 1985, 1986, and 1997. The majority of the materials are from the fifth installment.

Processing

Processed by: Ruth E. Bryan;machine-readable finding aid created by: Dawne E. Howard

Scope and Content Note

The Jerome Kohl Papers contain paper records, photographs, and video tapes from 1942 to 1995 that detail Kohl's long career in the evolving fields of nuclear energy and technology transfer. Reference and lecture materials show the intellectual milieu in which Kohl was immersed. His publications demonstrate the way he synthesized that information and his own research into the kinds of ideas that engineering and science education journals found publishable. Documents relating to the contracts and consultancy work he undertook reflect both his and the nuclear industry's research interests, as well as the manner in which a scientist went about obtaining money and support from the 1950s to the early 1990s. The collection also sheds light on the peacetime uses of nuclear power in general, as well as the people and state and federal agencies involved in its forward movement and regulation. In addition, it shows the development of North Carolina State University's Nuclear Engineering department and its extension program. Other items of interest include the large group of photographs and other materials from Tracerlab from the early 1950s through the 1960s; and an assortment of material on the Sierra Club on both the national and local levels, especially relating to its positions on energy policy.

This collection provides very little personal information about Jerome Kohl, beyond the names and some birth dates of family members. However, his resumes and plans of work do give an overview of his activities. The letters of approval he received offer insight into how colleagues, administrators, and workshop participants evaluated him and his work. Some of the lectures he gave to his church in Raleigh, North Carolina, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, give users of the collection a view into his opinions on nuclear energy, hazardous waste, and energy conservation. His involvement with the Carolina Designer Craftsmen as a photographer and with the NCSU International Folk Dance Club as their advisor illustrate some of his leisure pursuits.

The Slides, 1972-1988, comprise boxes 142.48-142.52 and consist of close to 1000 color slides, mostly taken by Kohl. Originally, the slides had also been arranged by Kohl himself into subject categories and then placed into four, three-ring binders, or "books." This order has been kept, and thus the series includes four subseries, each of which correspond to one of the four original three-ring binders, as follows: Book 1, Energy Alternatives; Book 2, Nuclear Energy; Book 3, Hazardous Waste; Book 4, Hazardous Waste.

Only half of the collection, however, was formally ordered in this way. The other half included lecture and reference material loosely categorized by Kohl into subject headings or into three-ring binders by NCSU course. To better show the way in which Kohl worked and the references he relied upon, these documents have been integrated into the Subject Files series, in the appropriate subseries and folder. The original Subject Files already contained this kind of reference and lecture material, so Kohl himself had established the precedent for this arrangement decision.

The Publication Files, 1959-1990, are located in one box, 142.47. It grew out of the remaining, again loosely ordered, material. One of the boxes received from Kohl contained reprints or copies of, and sometimes documentation relating to, his published books, articles, and essays. Because most of these works do not have a direct connection to any of the material in the Subject Files, the Publication Files series was created to provide an intellectual home for them. The series is arranged in three subseries as follows: Books/Manuals; Articles/Essays; and Other. Many additional articles, lectures, manuals, and reports produced by Kohl do link directly to a folder in the Subject Files. These publications have been arranged in tandem with the folder to which they relate.

From the outset it was clear that Kohl's original order did not provide the level of intellectual control which a user of the collection would require and this realization prompted several arrangement decisions. First, Kohl's original order within each of his categories was idiosyncratic--neither chronological nor alphabetical. These folders have been rearranged chronologically (except for the four cases already described). Second, all materials that relate to a specific workshop, lecture, conference, class, or project have been placed in the same physical and intellectual location. These materials include any reference and teaching materials not written by Kohl but which he compiled for that particular topic; any of his own publications that resulted from the event; as well as the documents he kept which reflect the process of conceptualizing, organizing, and finally carrying out that event. The user of the collection can count on the fact that all the records that link to each other in some way will be located together. This principle operates on both a folder and a subseries level. Thus, all folders which contain documents relating to the conference on Energy from the Oceans (three of them) will be found side by side. All folders that relate in some way to Kohl's participation in the Sierra Club, even though they may also be lectures or conferences, are grouped under Sierra Club in the Societies subseries.

Third, as much data as possible about the content of each folder has been supplied in its title. The format for each subseries varies slightly, but most folders include the date; the name of the workshop, lecture, or conference; where it took place; the organization that provided funding for the contracts; the corporation that paid for the consulting; or the title of the publication. Fourth, cross-references--bracketed and in italics--are included in the container list, which directs users to other folders in other subseries with similar content. Fifth, another cross-reference tool is a bibliography of all of the manuals, lectures, and articles that Kohl wrote, published, or spoke and of which the collection includes a written copy. Since the publications themselves are sprinkled throughout the collection, the bibliography includes the box and folder number where the publication can be found.

Finally, the photographs in the collection (but at this point not the slides) have been kept with the paper documents to which they relate. Whether they were taken by Kohl or not, they are listed individually and identified by a unique number that allows users to locate the photograph by box and by folder. For example, photograph 142.2.5.I3 is the third photograph (I3) in the 5th folder (5) of the second box (2) of the Kohl papers (142). Whenever possible, the original captions have been written in quotes. The type of photograph and its maker, if known, have also been included.

Biographical Note

Jerome Kohl's career in nuclear applications--as a chemical engineer; nuclear instrument developer, salesperson, and marketer; nuclear engineering extension specialist; expert in energy conservation and hazardous waste management; and Sierra Club activist--spans over 50 years and mirrors the development of the peace-time/civilian nuclear industry.

Born in Montreal, Quebec on March 13, 1918, Kohl moved with his mother and three siblings to California in 1925. He graduated with a B.S. in Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology in 1940, and immediately began working at the American Potash and Chemical Corporation as an analytical chemist and experimental plant operator. A year later, in 1941, he joined the Tide Water Oil Company, where in seven years he was promoted several times from Superintendent of Fluid Catalytic Cracker to Refinery Engineer. In 1945 he married Freeke Van Nouhuys. They have two children, Joyce Eileen and Adelle Patricia.

It was at Tracerlab, Inc., Western Division, where he worked from 1948 to 1960, that he began moving from a concentration in the chemical and petroleum industry to the emerging industrial applications of radioisotopes. From 1948 to 1951, as a chemical engineer, he designed and operated air sampler testing ducts and developed bulk density and concentration gauges, but as a section leader, from 1951 to 1953, he was the project engineer on Tracerlab's Mobile Radiochemical Laboratory. It was also in 1951 that he began teaching courses in radioisotopes and elementary nuclear reactor theory and engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. In that same year, he participated in (non-destructive) atomic weapons tests in the Marshall Islands. Throughout the next eight years, as he progressed to Chief Engineer and finally to Manager of Engineering Development, he continued his work with radioisotope application engineering while also concentrating on nuclear instrumentation. In particular, he developed the concepts and design engineering for a line of radiation monitoring instruments.

During this time Kohl continued to lecture on thermodynamics, process instrumentation, radioisotopes, nuclear radiation, and nuclear reactor theory and engineering at UC, Berkeley (1946-1952, 1957-1958). He spent the summer of 1956 as a guest lecturer at the Delft Institute of Technology in Delft, Holland and the French Petroleum Institute in Paris.

With twenty years of industrial and teaching experience under his belt, Kohl began to focus on working with the clients of the nuclear industry when he became Coordinator of Special Products for Gulf General Atomic Division of General Dynamic Corporation from 1960-1964. Here, his principal duties were to create and develop a marketing program in support of new products. A large part of this work involved communicating his marketing analyses and program evaluations to prospective customers, both within and outside Gulf General Atomic. He also continued to teach, at UC, San Diego, from 1962 to 1964.

Kohl moved even more fully to the marketing side of the industry when he became Manager of Marketing Services at ORTEC, Inc. in 1964. For five years, until 1969, he planned and carried out promotional activities including exhibits, advertising, and brochures; handled the statistical forecasting and reporting; and trained field salespeople in the US and Europe. During this time, he also was a lecturer at the University of Tennessee (1966, 1969).

In 1969, Kohl decided to "deliberately get off the treadmill" of the business world, take "a big cut in salary," and enter "a steady state job." In 1970, he joined the staff of North Carolina State University's Nuclear Engineering Department as a lecturer and its first nuclear extension specialist. He remained in that capacity, promoted to senior extension specialist, until 1988, when he retired. As he explained to the Raleigh Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in a 1974 lecture on the "Immorality of Material Growth," he realized that the activities that gave him the greatest sense of reward were those that required time and freedom rather than money: being creative, being outdoors, and, primarily, helping others to learn. He also had grown increasingly concerned about energy waste and conspicuous consumption of resources and wanted to find ways to help people learn how to better take care of the earth.

Working in extension meant an increase in his already public orientation to the world of nuclear energy, although the "public" now expanded outward from industry to high school and college students to community groups. He served as a public relations liaison between the Nuclear Engineering Department and firms that were planning or had existing nuclear facilities; he sought funding for and designed educational programs (manuals, short courses, conferences, demonstrations, video tapes) on cogeneration and hazardous waste minimization and management for various industries; he gave lectures on nuclear and alternate sources of energy, energy conservation, and hazardous waste management; he obtained funding for a Regional Reactor Sharing Program that made full use of NCSU's PULSTAR reactor; he produced brochures advertising the reactor and the department to potential users and students; and he testified before a number of state and federal energy committees.

That Kohl was successful in reaching a wide number of people with information that they could use can be seen in the number of letters of appreciation he received and in how much in demand he was as a speaker. For example, his lecture "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" on power generation for the NC Attorney General's Staff Conference on the Environment in 1972 blossomed into a three-part lecture circuit in 1972-1973 that took Kohl to the NC Attorney General's Conference of Attorneys, to the Southern Regional Conference of Attorneys General, and to the National Association of Attorneys General. He also received several NCSU service awards. In 1979, he won the school-wide Outstanding Extension Award from the NCSU Alumni Association. He was awarded the 1984-1985 and the 1987-1988 School of Engineering, Fairchild Industries Outstanding Extension Service Award. The commendation for the latter remarked that "the leadership of North Carolina in waste minimization is in part directly related to the extension activities of Jerry Kohl."

While he was at NCSU, he also taught a variety of courses not only for the Engineering School, but also for the Department of Economics and Business and the Division of Continuing Education. As well as lecturing on applications of radiation and radioisotopes, measurement of nuclear radiation, and management of hazardous chemical and low level radioactive waste, he introduced new classes such as Venture Management, Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Power, The Energy Crisis, and Technology Assessment.

Kohl also earned an M.S. in Marine Science from NCSU in 1975 and was heavily involved with the local and national Sierra Club as President of the LeConte chapter and as a member of their Energy Policy committee and chair of the Energy Conservation sub-committee. He combined work and pleasure by traveling across the United States and overseas, observing nuclear reactors, power plants, and hazardous waste handling facilities and speaking to various groups. In addition, he pursued his photography avocation, becoming an exhibiting member and officer of the Carolina Designer Craftsmen.

After retirement, Kohl continued to work as a speaker and consultant. In particular, he was hired by the World Bank and the National Environmental Protection Agency to conduct a series of lectures and lead a five-day workshop on environmental protection and waste reduction at the Nanjing Institute of Environmental Studies in Nanjing, China. In May 1991, he spent two weeks in China giving the workshop and visiting various manufacturing plants around the country.

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