Dr. Gaines B. Jackson has accumulated over twenty years of practical and academic experiences in mathematics and the physical sciences. He received a B. S. in Analytical Chemistry from West Texas State University, after which he worked for Sinclair Oil and Gas Company. In 1972, he received his master�s of science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Texas at Houston. Until 1977, he worked for the Oklahoma Department of Health as a wastewater research chemist. In 1983, he received a Dr. of Public Health in Environmental Health with an extensive publication on the reuse of primary treated municipal wastewater using the land application technique called the �Spray Run-off Method�. He has published in numerous national journals and invented the �Water Utility Converter� and �The Jackson�s Water Wheel�, both very practical slide charts that actually work. He has also authored �Applied Water and Spentwater Chemistry- A Laboratory Manual�, �Applied Nomography Training for the Water Utility Operator�, and coauthored with Hellen Sue Way, �Transitional Science�. He is always available for lectures through the Rose State College Retired Professor�s Speaker�s Bureau in Midwest City, Oklahoma.