William Edward Boeing
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This paper discusses the life and career of William Edward Boeing. According to this paper, Boeing did not succeed in graduating Yale University. Despite this, he made a huge impact and engineering contribution to the world of aviation.
From the Paper:"William Edward Boeing was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1881, the son of wealthy immigrant parents. He went to school at the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale University, where he studied engineering. However, he only spent two years there, and left without graduating. Despite this, he would go on to make an enormous engineering contribution to the world, in the aviation field. (Nelson & Nelson, 1999) Boeing began his working life in the lumber industry, and then moved into boat building by buying a shipyard in Seattle. Boeing was at the impressionable age of 22 when Orville and Wilbur Wright achieved the first airplane flight. Seven years later, in 1910, Boeing attended an air show and became interested in aviation. Shortly thereafter, he befriended a man named Conrad Westervelt, who knew how to design and build boats."
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