1994 Distinguished Engineering Alumni
The 31st Annual Distinguished Engineering Alumni Convocation
There is something very special about Purdue engineers.
Their reputation precedes them,
and their accomplishments set them apart.
The men and women who have earned the right to call themselves
Distinguished Engineering Alumni include leaders in their profession,
in business, industry, education, science, science, and government.
They have founded corporations,
built cities, and walked in space.
They prove that a Purdue degree is only the beginning
of a lifetime of education and high accomplishments.
Friday, April 22, 1994
Each year the Schools of Engineering look for graduates whose achievements are truly outstanding. There is never a shortage of qualified candidates. In recognizing them, Purdue reminds itself and its students that our standards must always be high and that the future is ours to build.
|Steven C. Beering
|Henry T. Yang
Dean of Engineering
We are honored to introduce the 1994 Distinguished Engineering Alumni. To highlight the outstanding accomplishments of these Purdue graduates as well as reflections on their experiences at Purdue and in the professional world. Through their leadership and achievements, these Distinguished Engineering Alumni bring esteem to themselves and to Purdue University.
Tony R. Brown
BSME '62, MSME `64, PhD `68
Lana M. Couch
Robert D. Hall
Richard A. Hazleton
BSChE `64, MSChE '66
Harris L. Marcus
Robert A Meese
MSME `69, PhD `72
William B. Phillips
Jack A. Shaw
Roy E. Wansik
BSCE `66, MSCE `67
William D. Young