Personnel Profile

William A. Rosenkranz, Lecturer

William A. Rosenkranz


2002, San Jacinto College, AAS Engineering Design Technology (drafting)

1994, Texas A & M University , M. S., Environmental Science

1972, Kansas State University, M. S., Electrical Engineering

1968, Kansas State University, B. S., Mathematics

1967, Kansas State University, B. S., Electrical Engineering

OSHA 29CFR1910.120
TEEX: OSHA 501 T-Trainer in Occupational Safety & Health Standards for General Industry

OSHA 500 T-Trainer in Occupational Health Standards for Construction Industry

Current and Other Positions

Lecturer–Department of Industrial Technology, College of Engineering, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, 2004- present

Coastal Bend College 2002-2003

Alice Independent School District 2002-2004

Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Company 1996-2002

Corpus Christi Academy 1994-1996

Del Mar Community College 1991, 1994-1995

Taft Independent School District 1991-1992

Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Company 1974-1990

Applied Technology 1973-1974

Kansas State University 1969-1972

Bendix Corporation 1967-1969

Areas of Emphasis / Work Experience

Lecturer 2004 to present
Teach OSHA safety, hazardous materials, drafting, AutoCAD, Industrial Electronics, Construction Technology

Instructor 2002-2004
Teach physics, pre-calculus, algebra II

Senior Engineer 1996 to 2002
Develop qualification and acceptance requirements documents and test plans documents and conduct qualification testing on hardware. Database development for material test results. Production support.

Instructor 1994-1996
Teach calculus, physics, and chemistry

Adjunct 1991, 1994-1995
Teach mathematics, digital electronics, and computer fundamentals

Instructor 1991-1992
Teach physics, fundamentals of mathematics

Senior Engineer 1974-1990
Analyze microwave systems, components and data, prepare Interface Control Document for space shuttle payloads, support communication system and component testing, Develop and verify microwave algorithms for spacecraft and aircraft
microwave programs. Fabricate thin film microwave circuits and printed circuit board circuits. Set up a microwave etch laboratory. Design of heater circuit and motor control for Cinema 360 Shuttle payload bay payload. Production support.

Senior Engineer 1973-1974
Design thin film microwave integrated circuit components, support circuit fabrication and photo lithography, perform small signal noise testing. Develop microwave transmission lines and perform engineering tests. Production support.

Instructor, graduate research assistant 1969-1972
Teach electrical engineering laboratories., Analyze and design stripline matching networks on Bendix contract.

Engineer 1967-1969
Design ferrite junction circulators, strip line components, support production line engineering.

Professional Associations / Affiliations

Corpus Christi Bay National Estuary Program

Galveston Bay Wetland Permit Review Committee

Texas Water Watch Program

Faculty Senate Texas A&M-Kingsville

Coast Guard Auxiliary – Crew Member

Planning and Zoning Commission– City of Ingleside On The Bay

Contact Information

Department of Industrial Technology
IT 102
MSC 203 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: (361) 593-3051
fax: (361) 593-2609
Personal Website:

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