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Samuel I. Aronovsky was a member of Phi Lambda Epsilon chemistry honors society at the University of Minnesota. He received his Ph.D. in December 1929. He participated in the traditional cap and gown parade in May 1930 and was part of the Sigma Xi science honorary society.
After earning his doctoral degree, he was a member of the division of agricultural biochemistry at the University of Minnesota. He was co-presenter of several papers on the chemistry of wood before the cellulose division of the American Chemical Society in 1932. He won the Cloquet Wood Products Fellowship in June 1934. He presented papers to the American Chemical Society in the fall of 1934.
In 1939, Dr. Aronovsky was acting chief of the US by-products laboratory in Ames, Iowa.
Samuel died February 27, 1955. He was buried in West Side Hebrew Cemetery in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
Bloom-789 10:19, 23 December 2016 (EST)
Original (unsourced) profile states that Samuel was born in Kaunas, Kovno, Lithuania. in 1900 this was Kovno, Kovno district, Kovno province, Russian Empire.