L. Zane Shuck is born in Bluefield, West Virginia.
L. Zane Shuck receives a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from West Virginia Institute of Technology.
L. Zane Shuck becomes a sales engineer at West Virginia Armature Co.
L. Zane Shuck is hired at and becomes an associate professor and Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department at West Virginia Institute of Technology.
L. Zane Shuck attends a summer program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
L. Zane Shuck attends a summer program at Iowa State University.
L. Zane Shuck receives a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from West Virginia University.
L. Zane Shuck attends summer programs at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Wayne State University.
L. Zane Shuck becomes a National Science Foundation Science Fellow and research engineer at West Virginia University.
Dr. Shuck receives a Doctor of Philosophy in theoretical and applied mechanics, with a research dissertation in biomechanics from West Virginia University.
Dr. Shuck becomes supervisory mechanical engineer of oil and gas extraction research and technology development at the Morgantown Energy Research Center of the U.S. Department of Energy.
Dr. Shuck receives the National Materials Testing Award from the American Society for Testing and Materials.
Dr. Shuck receives his first U.S. patent and the first patent issued through West Virginia University.
Dr. Shuck receives the U.S. Department of Energy Award for “Most Patents Awarded in One Year by any Federal Government Employee.”
Dr. Shuck becomes associate director of Engineering Experiment Station and professor of mechanical engineering at West Virginia University.
Dr. Shuck receives the Ralph James National Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Dr. Shuck serves as chairperson of Monongalia Co. West Run Expressway Committee.
Dr. Shuck joins the West Virginia Institute of Technology and West Virginia University Colleges of Engineering Advisory Committees.
Dr. Shuck receives, among his 21 other patents, the first of five U.S. patents on capsule devices, methodologies, and processes for a new human healthcare diagnostic and treatment system based in the gastrointestinal tract.
Dr. Shuck is the eponym of L. Zane Shuck Nanobiotechnology Laboratory at West Virginia University.