William Barton Rogers American scientist founder of MIT
William Barton Rogers is a 77 years old American scientist founder of MIT from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. William Barton Rogers was born on December 07, 1804 (died on May 30, 1882, he was 77 years old) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Barton Rogers was a geologist physicist and educator. He is best known for setting down the founding principles for advocating for and finally obtaining the incorporation of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1861. The university opened in 1865 after the American Civil War. Mount Rogers the highest peak in Virginia is named after him.
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No, he died on 05/30/1882, 140 years ago. He was 77 years old when he died. He died in Boston
William Barton Rogers zodiac sign was sagittarius.
Other facts about William Barton Rogers
|AlmaMater||College of William & Mary|
|Place of death||Boston|
|KnownFor||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Member of||American Philosophical Society|
|Date of death||1882-05-30T00:00:00Z|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Family name||Rogers. Show people with the surname Rogers|
|Employer||University Of Virginia|
|Place of birth||Philadelphia|