A B. Chem. E. from Cornell and a biochemistry Ph.D. from Syracuse, positions at Eli Lilly and Worthington Biochemical Corporation, short stints as NSF and the Department of Energy, and professorships at Virginia Tech and Clemson constitute a varied carrier for Dr. Bungay. He also coordinated a U.S./U.S.S.R. cooperative program for enzyme technology and has visited India, Brazil, and Indonesia as part of National Academy of Sciences teams on biomass. His honors include the James Van Lanen Distinguished Service Award and the Marvin Johnson Award from the Biotechnology Division of the American Chemical Society, and in 1983 was elected as Fellow of the AIChE. His book ENERGY, THE BIOMASS OPTIONS won the award as best technical book from the American Association of Publishers. His sabbatical leaves were: ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, 1989 and Escola Superior de Biotecnologia, Porto, Portugal, 1996.