As I Remember is the autobiography of Stephen P. Timoshenko, distinguished Ukrainian engineer who is known as "The father of Engineering Mechanics."

The first recipient of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers' Timoshenko Medal, he is famous for developing the theory of elasticity, and the theory of beam deflection, buckling, torsion, thrust and pivot vibration.

He was the co-founder of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, author of numerous textbooks, and a professor at St Petersburg Polytechnic Institute, University of Michigan, and Stanford University.

This is the story of his humble life growing up in the Ukraine, and the long journey of scientific studies, politics, war, travels, and teaching.