Jack Clayton SwearengenDr. Jack Swearengen's career has included equipment design, research in materials science, and the application of science and technology to arms control and weapons dismantlement. He served as staff member, supervisor, and manager at Sandia National Laboratories, Scientific Advisor for the Secretary of Defense, and Professor and Founding Director of Engineering Programs at Washington State University in Vancouver. He was science advisor for the US delegation at the Strategic Arms Reduction Talks in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dr. Swearengen has published more than sixty articles in professional journals, including ten on technology and society. He has been deacon, elder, and Director of Education in local churches, administrator of
para-church organizations, and has taught adult classes for thirty years. He is a fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation.