Haultain, Herbert Edward Terrick
Herbert Edward Terrick Haultain, mining engineer, educator (b at Brighton, Eng 9 Aug 1869; d at Toronto 19 Sept 1961). A graduate of U of T who acquired practical mining experience in Europe, he returned to Canada in 1905 as professor of mining and engineering at U of T. He remained in that position for more than 30 years. He developed the "Ceremony of the Calling of the Engineer," a private ritual for engineers graduating from Canadian universities, and was instrumental in founding the Technical Service Council, formed for the initial purpose of keeping engineers in Canada. He also designed and built the Superpanner and Infrasizer, instruments used in dressing ore.