In Nebraska, Gene was recognized as a state leader who played a major role in bringing about greater understanding and appreciation of the utilization and conservation of Nebraska's groundwater resources. Together with his wife, Kathryn, Gene was an ambassador for the unique geological resources of Nebraska, traveling for world and helping to establish the University of Nebraska as an international leader in groundwater science.
University of Nebraska, director of Conservation and Survey Division, 1954-1967
University of Nebraska, associate director, Conservation and Survey Division, 1944-1954
University of Nebraska, geologist, Conservation and Survey Division, 1933-1944
Mexico and Venezuela, petroleum geologist, 8 years
University of Nebraska, graduate degree, 1933
University of Nebraska, bachelor's degree, 1923
Wife: Kathryn (Slaughter)