Lt. Col. Andrew M. Allen (USMC, Ret.) '77 ME
Former NASA astronaut who piloted space shuttle missions in 1992 and 1994, and served as commander of a 1996 mission of the space shuttle Columbia
John F. Bishop '65 ChE
Author or coauthor of 22 U.S. patents; Eastman Kodak “Distinguished Inventors Hall of Fame” inductee
William M. Brown ’84 ME, ’87 MSME
Chairman, CEO and President, Harris Corporation; Member President Obama’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee
Nance K. Dicciani, PhD, '69 ChE
Founder and CEO of RTM Vital Signs, LLC; President and CEO (Ret.), Specialty Materials, Honeywell International, Inc.; Member, President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
Edmond Dougherty '69 EE, '86 GS
Lead developer of the Emmy Award-winning Skycam, which is used in the NFL, NBA, and NHL; BestShot, a system used in televised boxing events; LaserScore, an automatic-scoring, steel-tipped dartboard; Wavecam, the next-generation aerial camera system for sports and entertainment; and Stereovision Telepresence Systems, which the Navy uses to perform remote tasks.
John G. Drosdick '65 ChE
Chairman, CEO, and President (Ret.), Sunoco
Craig J. Fennie, PhD, ’93 EE
2013 MacArthur Fellow; Assistant Professor, Department of Applied and Engineering Physics, College of Engineering at Cornell University.
Brian Glaister ’03 ME and Alex Pacanowsky ’03 ME
Co-founders, Cadence Biomedical
Thomas J. Hanratty, PhD, '47 ChE
Professor Emeritus, Chemical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Fellow, National Academy of Engineering and American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Member, National Academy of Sciences
John L. Hennessy III, PhD, '73 EE
President (Ret.), Stanford University; Member, National Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Sciences
John Paul Jones III '72 ChE
Chairman and CEO (Ret.), Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Colin D. Joye, PhD, '02 EE
Engineer, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory; Recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
Michael T. McCullough, PE, '76 CE
Vice President, Environmental Design and Engineering, Walt Disney Imagineering
Anne Mullins ’87 MSEE
Chief Information Officer, Corporate Vice President, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Adelene Q. Perkins '81 ChE
President and Chief Executive Officer, Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
David J. Quinn, PhD, '02 ME
Recipient, Gates Cambridge Scholarship: Engineering, Veryst Engineering, LLC
Glenn Reitmeier '77 EE
Senior Vice President, Technology Standards and Policy, NBC Universal
William J. Rhodes '63 ChE, '68 MSChE
Contributor to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which won a 2007 Nobel Peace Prize
Anne Roby ’86 ChE
Senior Vice President, Praxair Inc.
Xavier Saurez ’71 ME
Miami-Dade county commissioner and first Cuban-American born mayor of Miami, FL.
Robert Slegelmilch ’84 ECE
Vice President Engineering and Technology, Information Systems and Global Solutions, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Rory D. Sparrow '80 EE
Former NBA player; Vice President, Player Development, NBA
John Stranix '78 CE
Founder and president of Stranix Associates, LLC, owner representation firm for Philadelphia Phillies during construction of Citizens Bank Park
Daniel “Dan” Truitt ’92 EE
Representative of the 156th District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Susan M. Ward ’80 ChE
Vice President, Upstream Commercial Finance, Shell Exploration & Production