|Boris P. Abad-Guerra, 1975 PNGE
President, Owner, AMAPEC
Dr. Abad recently established his own petroleum and environmental consulting business after 20 years of engineering and management experience in the oil industry worldwide. He has held positions in Ecuador for the past ten years, initially as a manager of engineering with Conoco Ecuador, and then as drector of environmental control and community relations with Maxus Ecuador. Abad has taught petroleum engineering at a number of universities and developed specialized computer programs and training programs for the industry.
|Hiroshi Abe1967, Ph. D. Ceramic Science
Ashi Glass Co., Ltd.
Dr. Abe has been with Ashai Glass since 1966 and is now a research director at the company's research center. He spent 1992-93 in San Jose, CA, engaged in the study of thin film magnetic heads for high density disks. Dr Abe receieved the Fulrath Award in 1984 based on work on the mechanical properties of ceramics. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of the Japan Ceramic Society.
|Elliot Abrams 1969, 1971 METEO
Senior Vice President, AccuWeather, Inc.
Mr. Abrams is a senior vice president of AccuWether, the nation's largest private weather service, and co-pioneered its service to radio stations. He still broadcasts daily to major US Cities, and also articipates regularly in Weather World, Penn State's PBS program. He hold the AMS radio an television seals of approval and designation as a certified consulting meteorologist. He received the AMS award for Distinguished Service in Broadcast Meteorology in 1993, and the 1994 Charels M Mitchell Award for Forecasting. He is very active in civic service and educational program development.
|Dale A Augenstein M.S. 1969, 1971. Ph.D.-1974 Mineral Processing
PresidentK & J Coal Company
Dr. Augenstein worked as a research engineer with Bethlehem Steel Corporation before joininh K&J in 1978 as superntendent of coal preparation. He was names company president in 1985. He is author of a number of scholarly publications. He served as chair for the Pennsylvania Coal Association in 1993.
|Karl G. Andren 1969 MN EC
ChairmanNew York Cruise Lines
Mr Andren chairs New Yor Cruise Lines, which owns Circle Line Signtseeing Yachts, Inc., World Yacht Ince., and Seaport iberty cruises. He received the liberty medal from New York City in 1986, was inducted into the French Legion of honor in 1987, and in 1993 received the Swedish Royal Order of the North Star. He is a director of the New York Concention and Visitors Bureau, the Sweedish American Chamber of Commerce, and Bureau Veitas of Paris, France, and is a trustee of the American Merchant Marine Museaum and the American-Scandanavian Foundation.
|Vladimir S. Ban 1969 S S S
Dr. Ban is president of PD-LD, a company he established in 1993 that specializes in fiberoptics nd optoelectronic packagng and production of communication and sensing devices based on II-V compounds and other novel materials. He has published widely and holds 10 US patents. He was previously co-founder adn executive VP in charge of technology of EPITAXX, Inc. that has become one of the leadeing american manufacturers of optoelectronic devices. Dr. Ban is past president of the Eastern USA Association of Alumni of Coration Universities.
|Raymond J. Ban 1973 METEO
Senior Vice PresidentThe Weather Channel
Mr. Ban has oversight of all meteorological operations at the Weather Channel, the all-weather teevision network, and for managing the organization's government and private sector meteorological affairs domestically and internationally. He joined the Weather in 1982 as an on-camera meteoologgist. He is currently a member of the advisory committee of UCAR's Cooperative meteorological Education adn Training Program, and previously served ion the research committee of the Southeast Region Climate Center.
|Sukumar Bandopadhyay, P.E. 1979 MNG E
Professor of Mining Engineering Emeritus University of Alaska Fairbanks
Professor Bandopadhyay was head of the Department of Mining and Geological Engineering from 1992 to 1995, and director of the Alaska Mining Mineral Resource Research Institute from 988 to 1995. He has published extensivey and serves as an editor of the International Council, and co-editor of proceedings of symposia on Mining in the Arctic. He is past chair of the Alaska Section of SME, and is currently chair-elect of the Coal ivision of SME and a member of its board of directors.
|Ralph W. Barbaro 1980 MNG E1
Principal Energy Ventures Analysis, Inc.
Dr. Barbaro has provided various consulting services to coal companies, electric utilities, regulatory agencies, railroads, and other firms in the energy industry since joining Energy ventures Analysis in 1986. His work ranges over issues of coal, gas and electricity supply, demand and price forecast and studies, coalmine production, productivity and cost analysis, mine management audits, acquisition analysis, transportation cost studies, emission studies, utility deregulaton, computer modeling andlitigation support.
|Donald W. Barnett 1975 MN EC
DirectorMacquarie University Mineral and Energy Economics Centre
Professor Barnett pioneered the teaching of mineral economics in Australia in 1975 when he joined the faculty of Macquarie Univerity. He is author of three bookds and more than 60 publications in areas of coal supply, energy economics, mineral taxation and mineral projects worldwide. In fall 1995 he served as team leader of the AusAID-funded coal mining technology transfer project in India. He is a Fellow of the Australaian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, and of the Australian Institute of Energy.
|Jose L. Bashbush-Bauza 1975 PNG E
Vice President Schlumberger Geoquest
Dr. Bashbus is vice president of latin Amercan operations for Schlumberger Geoquest, in charge of impementing and expanding Geoquest reservior technologied by providing consulting services, training and software support. He has previously taugh reservior engineering and water flooding courses in Abu Dhabi, Brazil, Denver, Japan, and Venezuala and supervised and implemented reservior engineering studies worldwide for a variety of organizational departments.
|Kenneth T. Batty 1974 METEO
Retired--MeteorologistNational Weather Service
Mr. Batty is the leading forecaster in the NWS office in Charelston and has aditional responsibilities for public, aviation, hydrology, and fire weather forecasting. He helped to develop and implement Charelston's leading role in the integration of meteorlogy and hydrology during the mid-1980s, including daily quantitative precipiation forecasts. He received a NOAA Unit Citation in 1988 and a Modernization Award in 1993.
|James D. Beckman 1975 METAL
Vice PresidentCrucible Materials Corporation
Mr. Beckman is vice president for sales and marketing for Crucible's Specialty Metals Division. He has been with Crucible Mterials Corporation since 1977, and served as director of production planning, senio product metallurgist, and operations manager for primary operations prior to assuming his current appointment in 1994. He has served as an isntructor of metallurgy for the Rochester Institute of Technology and is author of several publications and presentations of modern manufacturing techniques and the application of process control in steel making.
|Charels N. Bernets, Jr 1962 MN EC
PresidentBerents & Hess Capital Management
Mr. Berents began his career in New York as a security analyst at organ Guaranty, and moved to Massachusetts Financial Services in 1971 as analyst and emerging growth fund manager. Since 1981 he has been an investment counselor in his own company, serving a high-net-worth clientele, private corporations, foundations, and endowments. The firm of Berents and Hess Capital Management is known for a full spectrum growth investment style with a focus on information technology and health care. He is a regular contributor to Barron's.
|Edward C Beutner 1968 GEOL
ProfessorFranklin and Marshall College
Dr. Beutner has been a member of the Franklin and Marshall Faculty since 1970. He is stuctureal geologist widely recognized for his work on fold-thrust mountain belts and, in particular, strain analysis in the low-grade metamorphic hinterland of these belts. His recentwork on hte Heart Mountain thrust of Wyoming brough closure to a problem that vexed geologists for decades. He is currently an associate editor of decades. He is currently an associate editor of the Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, and in 1994 served as chair of the GSA Structural Geology and Tectonics Division.
|William R. Behling 1982 MN EC
Vice PresidentCatamount Energy Corporation
Mr. Behling is vice president for business development for Catamount Energy, responsible for developing and recommending participation in investment opportunities in the independent power industry and for management of current investments. The company is wholly owned subsidiary of Central Vermont Public Service Corporation, Vermont;s largest electric utility. He served as director of New England Congeneration Association in 1991-92. In 1995 he was appointed by the Vermont governor to the Child Care Services Advisory board.
|David M. Bimber 1980 PNG E
Assistant Superintendent National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation
Mr.Bimber is assistant superintendent of oeprations fro New York State for the National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, and National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, a natural gas storage and transmission company. His work includes direction of 90 people, the operaton of 13 storage fields with a capacity of 55 billion cubic feet of natural gas, and the operation and maintenance of 250 miles of gas transmission line. Highlights of his career have included drilling 65 production wells, and development of the Penn York 12-billion-cubic-feet storage complex.
|Thomas E. Blandford, Jr. 1962 MNG E1
Owner, RetiredTygart Resources, Inc.
Mr. Blandford spent fifteen years with the Hillman Coal and Coke Company as vice president and then as presient before starting his own company, Tygart Resources, in 1985. His early career was spent with Pittsburgh Coal Company and Hatmar Coal Company, divisions of Consolidation Coal Company.
|Robert J. Bodnar 1985 G M
University Distinguished Professor of Geoscience Virginia Tech
Dr. Bodnar is professor of geochemistry and director of the Fluids Research Laboratory and VPI, where he has taught since 1985. His research concerns the use of fluid inclusions trapped in minerals to understand the temperature and pressure evolution of geologic environments in order to develop improved models to explore for new deposis. He has published more than 275 papers. e has been honored withthe SEG lindgren and Thayer Lindsley Awards, the VPI Alumni Award, and as an NSF Young Investigator.
|William D. Bonner 1954 METEO
Retired, Senior Research AssociateNCAR
Dr. Bonner spent most of his career at the National Weather Service, serving as NWS deputy directr from 1978 to 1981, then spending a decade as director of the National Meteorological Center, and helping it to return to position among the preeminent numerical weather prediction centers in the world. From 1990 to 1992 her served as director ofUCAR's cooperative program forOperational Meteorology, Education, and Trainin (COMET), and from 1992-1995 as UCAR director of programs. Dr. Bonner has recieve the Gold Medal of the Department of Commerce and two Presidential Rank Awards.
|Gary A. Briggs 1965, 1970 METEO
Meteorologis tNOAA Air Resources Laboratory
Dr. Briggs is. A research scientist in the Atmospheric Modeling Division that serves the US Environmental Protection Agency in Research Triangle Park, NC. Most recently he has been involved with providing basic design and scientific guidance for two field experiments and four wind tunnel experiments on dense gas diffusion projects supported by EPA, DOE, and industry. Previously her provided guidance for the CONDORS experiment. Early in his career Dr. Briggs pioneered research on buoyant plumes.
|Jesse J. Brown, Jr. 1961 CERSC
Professor Emeritus Virginia Tech
Dr. Brown is professor of materials science and engineering and the Newport News Shipbuilding/Tenneco Endowed Professor of Engineering at VPI. He is also founder and past director of Virginia Tech Center for Advanced Materials, and the founder and CEO of Matava, Inc. a small business that develops and markets selected ceramic products. The primary topics in his 95 pepers and $10 million in contract research include glass, refractoies, phase equilibria and crystal chemistry, high temperature emission control from fossi fuel combustion, and proessing of ceramic materials.
|Werner F Bush 1960, 1962 Ceramic Technology
Executive Vice President & CEO Ferro Corporation
Mr. Bush joined Ferro in 1964 as a research engineer, then transferred to the international Division, where he served with subsidiries in Mexico, France and Brazil. In 1981 he returned to the United States as international vice president and area manager of Canada, Latin America, Australia, and South Africa. He was named group vice president for coatings, colors, and electronic materials in 1988 and senior vice president in 1991. He serves as a trustee of Cleveland State University and is a dirsctor of the National City bank, the Ferro Corporation, and the Cleveland Chapter of the American Red Cross.
|Vincent J. Calarco Jr. 1970 MN EC
General ManagerCyprus Australia Coal Company
Mr. Calarco specializes in the economics of world coal markets. In 1993 He Joined Cyprus Mineral minerald Company's Coal Sales Corporation as manager for market planning and evaluation. When Cyprus Minerals and Amax merged, he became vice president for amket plannign and developement, then in 1995, vice president for international Business Development. In 1996 he moved to cyprus Australia, charged with defininf, managing, and directing the expanision and growth of the company's investments in Asian coal markets.
| Ralph A. Carabetta 1965 EMS Fuel Science
Associate Diresctor Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center
Dr. Carabetta is a senior executive within the U.S. Department of Energy and has served as the associate director for project management at the Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center (PETC) since 1988, cordinating its primary mission to develop advanced methods for utilizing coal to produce electric power, fuelds and chemicals. The office also implements natural gas and oil-related research and development projects. In addition to his management responsibilities, Dr. Carbetta serves as liaison with doe program organizaion in Washington D.C.
|Charles G. Carson, III 1966 METAL
Vice president U.S. Steel Group, USX Corporation
Dr. Carson is vice president for environmental affairs, overseeing U.S.Steel's environmental compliance and improvement activities with vvarious environmental agencies and groups. He joined US Steel as research engineer in 1970, and was general manager of tin mill products prior to his appointment to his appointment to his current position in 1993. e is a director of keep Americ Beautiful, the Wildlife Habitat, and the Allegheny land Trust, and serves on a numbe of industry-environment committees.
|Thomas J. Casadevall 1974 GEOL
Regional Director, Central Region- U.S. Geological Survey
Dr. Casadevall was named director for the USGS Western Region in 1996. He was previously project chief for volcanic hazards and aviation safety and has been a consultant and research team member worldwide. Recent activities have included organizing symposia on volcanic ash andaviation safet, working at Pinatubo Volcano Observatory during the 1991 eruptions, working with the International Civil Aviation Organization, and advising governments about volcanic hazards threatening Rwandan reugee camps. He was a member of the USGS strategic planning team 1994-1996.
|William H. Casey 1985 G M
Prof. Dept of ChemistryU. C. at Davis
Dr. Casey has been a professor in the Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources at US Davis since 1991. He was previously a research chemist at Sandia National Laboratories. He has been an active conferece participant for a number of professional societies, including the technical program committee of the Goldschmidt Conference and chairmanship of GSA and ACS sessions. He is associate editor for the American Journal ofScience and was an editor for EOS from 1989 to 1992.
|Robert W. Chase 1972 PNG E
Professor-Dept. Chair.Marietta Clg.
Dr. Chase is department chair and Benedum Professor of petroleum engineering at Marietta Collefe, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1978. He currently serves as a technical editor of the Journal of Petroleum Technology, and serves as director of the board of directors of the Scoiety of Pteroleum Enineers International Form 1991 to 1994 He served as president of Association of US Petroleum Engineering Schools from 1989 to 1991.
|John A. Coppola1969 CERSC
Vice PresidentSchuller International Corporation
Dr. Coppola recently accepted a position as vice president for sorporate research and development with Schuller International, and insulation and building products company. He previously spent a 23-year career with Carborundum Corporation, most recently as vice president of technology. While at Carborundum he received 9 US patents and was a member of the team receiving an IR 100 award. He was named Niagra Frontier inventor of the Year in 1978, and recieved the Alfred University Outstanding Alumnus Award in 1994. He was ACerS vice president for external and corporate affairs in 1994.
|Stephen F. Corfidi 1981 METEO
Meteorologist NOAA-NWS-NCEP, Storm Prediction Center
Mr. Corfidi is the lead forecaster of the National Weather Service Storm Prdiction Center and also serves as a member of the American Meteorological Society sevee local storms committee and the NWS Director's advisory committee of forecast operations. He recieved the U.S Department of Commerce Silver Medal in 1982. He is author of several papers and short articles on operational meteorology, and disgned the permanent hallway displays at NWS Facilities in Camp hills, MD and Kanasas City, MO.
|Shelley A. Corman-Frisby 1985 MN EC
Director Market Services, Enron Corporation
Ms. Corman is director of market services for Florida Gas Transission Compny, a gas transmission pipeline owned jointly by Enron and Sont, Inc. of Alabama. She is resonsible for marketing incremental pipeline capacity including FGT's recent $1 billion expansion, developing new services including implementation of open access transportatio, and managing daily transactions. She waspreviously dirctor of rates and Tarriffs. Ms. Corman holds an MBA and J.D. magnum cum laude from the University of Houston.
|William R. Cotton 1970 METEO
Professor (Emeritus) Colorado State
Dr. Cotton is professor of stmospheric science at CSU, currently working on cloud and mesoscale modeling and observation. He served as an editor for the Journal of the Atmospheric Scniences from 1993-95 and are the co-chief from 1996-1998. He received the Engineering Deans's Council award for excellence in atmospheric research in 1986, the College of Engineerring Abell Award in 1991, and the CSY research foundation Researcher of the year award in 1993. He serve on the NRC pane: Rethinking the Ozone Program in Urban and Pegional Air Pollution.
|Robert C. Creese 1963 I E
Retired-Professor-Industrial & Management System Eng.West Virginia University
Dr. Creese is professor of industrial and management systems engineering, and has been a member of the West Virginia faculty since 1079. He was prvously assistant professor of industrial engineering at Penn State. He is a specialist in cost estimation and is author of a textbook and a number of pepers in this field. He recieved the Steel Division Award of the Institute of Industrial Engineers in 1984, the Chapter Plaque of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Foundrymen's Society in 1990, and the Westover Award of the American Foundrymen's Scoeity in 1993.
|Joseph R. Curray 1951 MIN P
Professor Emeritus Scripps Inst Oceanography
Professor Emeritus Curray is a marine geologist specializing in the geology of continental margins. In a 40-yar career at Scripps, he has held positions as chair of the Geological Research Division and chair of the SIO faculty, and worked at sea on some dozen ships of the SIO fleet and many vessels of other instiutions. He is author of some 200 publications and has been active as leader in numerous professional organizaions and international advisor and consulatant. He received the Shepard Moedal of SEPM and is Fellow of GAS, AAS, and the Geological Society of London.
|Randall T. Cygan 1980 G M
Retired-Research ScientistSandia National Laboratories
Dr. Cygan is a senior member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories. His research interests include mineral equilibria, chemical kinetics, surface chemistry of minerals, sorption and dissolution of minerals, shock metamorphism, and stomistic modeling of minerals and geochemical processes. He has published extensively on these topics, and has been honored with membership in Ph Eta Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi. In 1987 and 1988 he served as an assistant professor in the Department of Geology of the University of Illinois.
|John Dash1955, 1966 Metallurgy
ProfessorPortland State University
Professor Dash has been at Portland Stat since recieveing his doctorate, and has taught courses in thermodynamics, physical metallurgy, electron microscopy, and high temperature superconductivity. His research interests have been in electroplating of chromium, high temperaure superconductivety, and the electrolysis of palladium. He has associatedwith plating and coating. In 1987 he seved as a visiting scientist at the IBM Watson Research Center.
|Richard P. Davis 1958 CERSC
Retired--Plant MgrCorning Inc./Retired
Mr. Davis has been with Corning since 1962 and has served in positions n finace, engineering, marketing, and product development, and as plant manager of the Corning operation in Canton, NY, the Erwi Materials Plant, and the Fall Brook Plant. He is now serving as manufacturing manager for the Advaned Materials and Technology Division that consists of six domestic plants and one foregin plant and engineering group.
|Graham A. Davis 1993 MN EC
Associate ProfessorColorado School of Mines
Dr. Davis received his BS in metallurgy and spent 4 years working at uranium and base metal mines in Nambi and a year at a silver mine in Canada before gaining an MBA at a silver mine in Canada before gaining an MBA at the univeristy of Cape Town in 1987. He taught at the Graduate Schol of Business there for two years before earning his doctorate at Penn State. Since 1993 he has been a membr of the Colorado School of Mines faculty, teaching development economics and finance. He received the excellence in teaching award in 1996. His research is in the development performance of mineral-based economies and mineral asset valution.
|Delbert E. Day 1960 CERSC
Professor Emeritus- Materials Sci./Eng.Graduate Ctr for Materials Research
Dr. Day is Curator's Professor of Ceramis Engineering, the highest professional position at the University of Missouri, and senior ivestogator of the Graduate Center for Materials Rsearch. He is co-inventor of the TheraSphere, glass microsperes used in medical applications, and Glasphalt, a road paving mixture, and holds 35 U.S. and foreign patents dealing with glass microspheres, ceramic dental materials, refreactories, oxynitride glasses, and opticallt transparent composites. He is authot of more than 215 technical publications. Dr. Day is a Fellow and past presidant of the American Ceramic Society and has numerours honors.
|David M. Demshur 1977 GEOSC
President, Core Laboratories
Mr. Demshur joined Core Laboratories in 1979 and has held various operating positions, including manager of geological sciences, vice president of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, and senior VP of petroleum services. Since 1994 he has been president and chief executive officer. Core laboratories, with 46 offices in 16 countries, provides high technology laboratory services to the oil industry, and specializes in core and reservoir fluids analyses. Prior to joining Core, Mr. Demshur worked at the Gulf Oil Research Center as a research geologist specialisign in international exploration.
|Mahlon D. Dennis 1969, 1972 CERSC
President, Dennis Tool Company
Dr. Dennis has research and development interests in the application of metrtials science, diamond technology, and hig pressure technology for the solution of industrial problems. He holds 70 patents associated with such areas as drilling equipment, motor esign and new materia design. He founded the Dennis Tool Company in 1989 and recently began a new compant, Bridgetech, in State College uner the auspices of the Ben Franklin Partneship Program.
|George R. Desko 1967 MNG E1
Chairman/Owner, Desko Enterprises
Mr. Desko is the owner and chairman of Canterburt Coal Company, which is the largest privately owened coal company in Pennsylvania and produces 1.5 million tons annually and employs more then 230 people. He previously established DesCoals, Inc. a mining engineering counsulting company, Millers Cove Energy Company, and Straight Creek Coal processing Company. Mr. Desko is fouding president of GEMS, the EMS Alumni Society, and served as a director of the GEMS Board. He recieved the University's Phillip Mitchell Alumni Service award in 1996.
|John H. DeYoung Jr. 1975 MN EC
Scientist EmeritusUnited States Government
Dr. DeYoung is chief in scientist of the USGS Minerals information Team and executive secretary of the International Studies of Mineral Issues working group, a cooperative of USGS, the former USBM, and seven mineral agencies from five other countires. He was previously associate chief of the former ffice of Mineral Resources. He recieved the AIME Mineral Economist of the Year Award in 1987, the USDI Meritotious Service Award in 1995, and the AIME/Washington Section Herbert C Hoocer Award in 1996, and has received numeroud awards for his volunteer work in Herndon, Va.
|John W. Diercks 1963 METEO
Research Scientists, Penn State UniversityColonel Diercks commanded the 30th weather Squadron in Korea from 1981 to 1983, and the 7th Weather Wing, Scott AFB in 1985. In 1986, he was appointed Commander of the Air Force Global Weather Central, with responsibility for weather support worldwide to the National Command Auhority and US Forces. He retired from the US Air Force in 1989. His Militeary awards include the Legion of Merit, the meritous Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, and the Joint Service Commendation Medal. He is now managing the College' high speed computer network and teaching undergraduate meteorology courses.
|Maxx Dilley 1989 GEOG_1
Scientific Advisor, US Agency for International Development
Dr. Dilley is currently isiting scientists with the University of Wisconsin Disaster Management Center. He works at USAID's Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance where he is involved with projects associated with famine mitigation, disaster early warning, vulnerability assessment and Geographic Informaion Systems. Before acceptig his present position in 1994, he was an American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow at FDA. He has a range of publications, primarily in the areas of climatolog and agriculture.
|Darrell L. Dochstader 1968 EMS Ceramic Technology
Managing Director-Gar-Doc, Inc
Mr. Dochstader is co-owner fo Gar-Doc, a company specializing in flexographic technology. The compny began in 1971 with production of high quality oressure sensitive labels and has won more awards for technical achievement and printing axcellece than any firm in its field. In 1996 Gar-Doc received the Distnguished Achievement Award from the Flexographic Technical Association. mr. Cochstader is also president of Technical Graphics, a firm that producs security devices for US currency and passports, andanticounterfeit devices used in currencies of some 20 countries.
|Dale A. Dockus 1978 METEO
Retired - Sr. Meteorologist, FedEx Corporation
Mr. Dockus was a William Gruncy aven Award winner and Daily Collegian staff weatherman while at Penn State, and has since worked in the private sector for media and aviation. He was granted the AMS television seal of approval in 1983 as part of the original staff of on-camera meteorologists at The Weather Channel. Since 1988 he has been forecasting at Federal Express's aviation weather department. Hs research on lake effect snow has produced a snow accululation algorihm which is used operationally by National Weather Service forecast offces along the Great Lakes.
|David A. Donohue 1963 PNG E
Dr. Donohue founded and serves a president of the International Human Resources Development Corporation that provides consulting services and execuitve education to t he worldwide energy industry, and the Arlington Group of companies, involved in exploration, production, and gas storage operations. he received the Ferguson ward of the Society of Petroleum Engineers in 1968, served as SPE Distinguished Lecturer 1990-91, and was recognized as Distinguished Member in 1990. He is registered proefssional engineer, and has been admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts.
|Edgar J. Dowling, Jr. 1962 GEOL
Financial Planner, Primeria
Dr. Dowling is associated with Primeria as a financial planner. He was previously president of the Color Communicators. He has also written extensively for the Professional Photographers of America. Following a naval career in which he received a numer of military awards, including the Pruple Heart, he recieved an M.S. degree in earth and environmental sciences and taught at both college and high school levels.
|Edward C. Dowling Jr.1 982, 1987 Mining Engineering
Senior Vice President, Cyprus Amax Minerals
Mr. Dowling is currently senior Vice President and Director of process management and engineering for cyprus Amax Minerald, the largest US based mining enterprise, and is responsible for strategic operating direction and innovation for the company's global Coal, Copper, lithium, and Molybdenum Divisions. He was previously seniro vice president for operations of Cyprus Climax Metals Comany in Tempe, AZ. He is active in a number of professional societies and serves as a member of The National Materials Advisory Board of the National Council.
|Roderick G. Eggert 1980 G M
ProfessorColorado School of Mines
Professor Eggert is deputy director of the Divisions of Economics and Business at the Colorado School of the Mines. His research interests are in the economics of minerals and energy markets, exploration economics and mineral exploration and public policy on mining and the environement. he currently serves as president of the mineral Economics and Management Society and editor of Resources Policy. He was a member of the Penn State Faculty in 1985-1986.
|Edward S. Epstien1954, 1960 METEO
Dr. Epstein served as a member of the faculty of the University of Michigan and from 1971-73 as chair of the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences before joining the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as associate administrator for monitoring and prediction. He srved as director of the National Climate and Earth Sciences Laboratory, NESDIS; acting director for research and applications, NESDIS; and senior scientsist, NWS Climate Analysis Center 1983 to 1993.
|Robert L. Evans 1974 MNG E1
Mr. Evans is currently general manager of Cannelton's Maple Meadow Mining operation, a 1.5-million-ton underground metallurgical coal mine. He previously managed a series of mines in West Virginia and Utah. In the early 1980s, as superintendent of Kitt Mine, he installed and succedully operated the first 1000-foot longwall face in the United States. As a mine manager for Utah Power and Light in the later 1980s , he set a number of records for improved productivity and safety.
|Katherine T. Faber 1978 CERSC
Professor - Mat SciCalifornia Institute of Technology
Dr. Farber is professor and associate dean for graduate studies and research at Northwestern's McCormick Shool of Engineering. Her research interestsfocus on fracture of brittle materials, thermal schock, fatigue, and reiability. Her honors include: six teaching awards, the NSF Young Investigator Award, the Faculty Award for Women in Science andEngineering, IBM's Faculty Development Award, Alfred University Alumni Fellow. She is a Fellow of ACerS, and elected member of International Academy of Ceramics, and was vice president of the American Ceramic Society in 1994-95.
|Syed M. Farouq Ali 1962 PNG E
Distinguished Professor, University of Alberta
Dr. Farouq Ali is professor of petroleum engineering and has supervised over 200 masters and doctoral theses in his academic career at Penn State and the University ofAlberta. He is author of two books and more than 400 papers on oil recovery and serves as a consultant to oil companies in many counties. He received the Wilcon Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1970, while a member of the EMS faculty, and in 1992 received the Outstanding Faculty Award of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. He has been a distinguished lecturer for SPE and the Canandian Institute of Minig, Metallurgy and Petroleum.
|Charles R. Faust 1967 G SC
PresidentGeo Trans Inc.
Dr. Faust is executive vice president and principal hydrogeologist of GeoTrans, Inc., a firm he co-founded in 1979. He was previously a hydrologist at the USGS Water Resources Division. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of Americaand in 1985 received the Wesley W. Horner Award of the American Society of Civil Engineers for work performed at the Love Canal Hazardous waste site. He also hodls the US Navy Achievement Medal.
|Michael Fiorino 1975 METEO
Meteorologist, Earth Systems Research Laboratory
Dr Fiorino has been a research scientist with a number of agency laboratories, and is currently involved with the Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomaprison at Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. Recently he assisted Japan's Meteorological Rresearch Institute on data distribution over the internet, and was a developer of the Grid Analysis and Display System (GrADS), a widely used package in the meteorological community. Dr. Fiorino is a Lieutenant Commander int he U.S. Naval Reserve, and hold the National Defense Service Medal (1991) and the Armed Forces Reserve Medal (1996).
|J. Gary Fitzgerald 1963 PNG E
Mr. Fitzgerald was named senior vice president for sumata in 1996. he was previously geneal manager for production for Chevron Overseas Petroleum's Europe Strategic Business Unit, and director, Chevron U.K. Ltd., Chevron Europe, Ltd. And Britannia Operator Ltd. In the 1980s he was primarily based in Houston where he held various executive positions with Chevron Following the 1984 merger with Gulf Oil Corporation. He is a graduate fo Cornell University's executive deelopment program and an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
|Lynn Martynowicz Foxhall 1985 PLMSC
Purchasing Director, Huntsman Corporation
Ms. Foxhall is director of corporate purchasing polymers business worldwide, responsible for acquision of raw materials for the company's ten ploymer plants from suppliers in England, France, Australia, Canada, and the United States. Huntsman's polymer business is concerned with manufacture of polystyreme, polypropylene and expandable resigns. Throughout her career with Huntsman Chemical Corporation and earlier with GE Plastcs Compant she has been recognized with numerous awards for professional achievement.
|Arthur F. Fuller Jr. 1963 G SC
President/CEO, Worldwide Collectibles
Mr. Fuller is president of an internation firm specializing in the sale of Asian handicrafts and sports memorabilia. He retires in 1994 from the executive staff of Cheron Overseas Ptroleum after a 31-year career with Chevron that included management positions in exploration, production and development geology and geophysics, geophysical field operations, and research. He is a former officer in the Bay Area Geophysical Society, and former president of the Houston Gem and Mineralogical Society.
|Mark W. Fuller 1972 CERSC
Senior Sales Representative, Risk Strategies Company
Mr. Fuller is president of a family business, Refco, an industrial distributor of cutting tools, abrasives and safety supplies. The company sells primarily to larger end-users and is considered a technical specialist with a high percentage of specilly manufactured product sales. Mr. Fuller is a board member of the Industrial Distributor Association and was named the 1996 Outstanding IDA Distributor. he is active in a number of other businesses related groups and is well-known local civic leader.
|Robert L. Gall 1967 METEO
Division Director, NCAR
Dr. Gall has been director of the Mesoscale Meteorology Modeling Division of the National Center for Atmospheric Research since 1991. He was previously a professor at the University of Arizona. He is a fellow of AMS and has served a term as editor of the Journal of Atmospheric Science. From 1984 to 1985, he held the Haltiner Chait at the Naval Postgraduate School. His interests focus on theoretical and numerical modeling of atmospheric phenomena, inclusing vortex formation, severe weather, and frontal structure.
|William A. Gallus Jr., Ph.D. 1987 METEO
Assistant Professor, Iowa State University
Dr. Gallus spent two years at the national centers for environmental protection as a UCAR postdoctoral visiting scientist following his graduate work at Colorado State University. While at NCP he developed a nonhydrostatic versin of the regional Eta model which is expected to become the primary high-resolution regional forecasting model at NCEP by the year 2000. He joined the faculty at Iowa State in 1995 and is in charge of all synoptic instruction and the mesoscale forecasting course.
|Robin P. Gardner 1961 F SC
Professor, NC State University
Professor Gardner is professor of nuclear and chemical engineering at NCSU, and directorof Center for Engineering Applications of Radioisotopes, developing tracers for modeling mineral and chemical processes, and radiation gauges and aalyzers. He is a Fllow of the American Nuclear Society and received its Radiation Industry Award in 1984. He receivedthe NCSU School of Engineering Alcoa Foundation Distinuished Research Award in 1986 and was named an Alumni istinguishd Graduate Professor in 1996. He is author of over 200 scientific articles.
|Anthony C. Gatrell 1974 GEOG_1
Director, Institute for Health Research- Lancaster University
Dr. Gatrell is professor of geography and has been a membr of the faculty of Lancaster University for twelve years. He was previously n the faculty at Salford University. His research interests are mainly in the geography of health and in applications of geographic information systems. He is author of Distance and Sapce: A geographic Perspective, published in 1983 by Oxford Uiversity Press, and co-author of Interactive Spatial Data analysis, published by Addison Wesley Longman in 1995.
|Kenneth H Gee 1954 Mineralogy
PresidentBy-Product Management, Inc.
Dr. Gee served as a research engineer in the Homer Research Laboratories o Bethlehem Steel Corporation from 1954 to 1982, making significant improvements to blast furnace technology and innovative developments in te use of industrial by-products such as the production of mineral fibr from coal refuse, the utilization of slag cement, and uses for spent pot lining. In 1982 he established By0Product Management, inc. to pursue consulting and entrepreneurial ventures. Dr. Gee passed away in June 1996.
|Arthur Getis 1956 GEOG_1
ProfessorSan Diego State University
Professor Getis currently holds San Diego State's Stephen and Mary Birch Foundation Endowed Chair of Geographical Studies and 1995 Albert W. Johnson Research Lectureship. He was at the University of Illiois from 1977-1990 and department head from 1977-1983. His main interests are in GIS, spatial statistics, and disease transmission modeling. He is author or editor of six books and some 100 articles, and serves as co-editor of Geographial Systems and secretary of the IGU's Commission on Mathematical Models.
|Julio Gil-Garcia 1971 MN EC
Venezuelan Ambassador, Kingdom of Norway
In 1975 Mr. Gil-Garcia joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in 1979 became Deputy Chied of Mission in Washington DC. In 1984 he was elected Executive Secretary for Economics and Social Affairs of the OAS. In 1986 he was appointed director of the Central Bank of Venezuela; in 1988 Minister of Energy and Mines. In 1989 he was appointed as Venezuelan Ambassador to the European Economic Commission, the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, stationed in Brussels. Since 1994 he has been Ambassador to the kiNGDOWM OF normway and the Republic of Ireland, based in Oslo.
|Mr. R. Craig Goff 1970 METEO
Mr. Goff is senior meteorologist and systems engineer for the FAA aviation weather program, responsible for long-range planning and large-scale system design and integration. At the national Severe Storms Laboratory in the early 1970s he characterized thunderstorm outflow, gust from, and windshear, then mover to the FAA in 1976 and manged development of the Low Level Windshear Alert System (LLWAS). For this work he received FAA and Air Traffic Controllers Association Awards in 1979 and 1980, adn the AWSTM Laurels Award for a verified aircraft "save" in 1990.
|G. David Golder 1969 PNG E
Chairman, PetroNeft Resources PLC
Mr. Golder was previously appointed executive vice president for upstream operations for Sakhalin Energy, a joint venture by Marathon, Shell, McDermott, Mitsui, and Mitsubishi companies to develop major offshore oil and gas fields near Sakhalin Island, Siberia He was previously Gulf Coast Region manager for Marathon. He has worked for Marathon in England, Scotlanf, Norway, Alaska, Wyoming, Texas, and Lousiana. Mr. Golder was founding member of GEMS, the EMS alumni society and is member of the GEMS board of directors.
|Lloyd S. Grearson, Jr. 1964 G SC
VP/TreasurerAkamai Technologies, Inc.
Mr. Greasrson founded pan Energy Resources, Inc. in 1978 to provide geophysical consulting services to independent oil companies with a primary interest in international exploration. His company put together a joint venture group to participate in the first ever petroleium leae sale in the George's Bank area. Since then exploration programs have been conducted in the Australian/New-Guinea sector, and most recently inthe Baluchistan Province of Pakistan.
|Bruce T. Green 1975 PNG EM
Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer, Retired-Shell Oil Company
Mr. Green is currently asigned as seniro staff reservoir engineer on several multidisciplinary teams responsible for exploration, appraisal, and development of Shell's deepwater leashold in the western hald of the Mississippi Canton area, inclding the Mensa gas field which will commence production in 1997. He was previously a leader in the early development in the Viosca Knoll area of offshore Alabama. He has been with Shell Oil Company since 1975 and has been engage in both onshore and offshore segments of Shell's business.
|Charels Greskovich 1964,1966,1968 CERSC
Staff CeramistGE Corporate Research and Development Center
Dr. Greskovich has carried out extensive innovative research on such ceramic materials as optically transparent polycrystalline cceramis and nonoxide ceramics. He holds 43 patents for his work. His co-invention of the first efficient ceramic scintillator brought him the 1986 Dunshman Aawrd and the 1994 Real Advances in Materials Award, and brought the GE-R&D Center 12 patents and the 1993 ACerS Corporate Achievement Award. he received the R.C. Purdy Award and the R.M. Fulrath Award for development of a gas pressure sintering process. In 1991 he received GE's Coolidge Fellowship.
|John W. Gunnett 1971 G SC
President/COO, Skelly and Loy, Inc.
Mr. Gunnett was given responsibility for Skelly & Loy's day-to-day operations in January of 1996. He was a partner from 1978 until 1991, when the firm was incorporated, and was subsequently named execuitve vice president of engineering services and memebr of the board of directors. He specialized in utility and ining and mineral processing projects. The firm has around 150 employees in offices in Harrisburg and Monroeville and provides engineering, environemental, waste managements, and transportation planning services to clients nationwide.
|Daniel P. Hamilton 1978 METAL
President, Ellwood City Forge
Mr. Hamilton is vice president for operations at Ellwood City Forge, a leading manufacturer of open die steel forgins serving the metalworking, oil and gas, mining, power generation and other heavy captial equipment industries. He is responsible for forging, hear treating and machining operations, as well as purchasing, production planning, scheduling, and metallurgy, he has contined his education with advanced studies at Robert Morris University, Juran Institute, and Avraham TY. Goldratt Institute.
|Steven R. Hanna 1964 METEO
Adjunct Associate Professor, Harvard School of Public Health
Dr. Hanna was founder of Sigma Research Corp. in 1985, a company purchased by Earth Tech in 1992. He is involvedin the development of models for turbulence an diffusion in the boundary layer; his models are currently in use by EPA and DOE. He has also developed software that is used worldwide for statistical evaluation of air quality. He has been chief editor of the Journal of Applied Meteorology since 1988. He received the 1994 AMS Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Advance of Applied Meteorology.
|Alan M. Hart 1967 CERSC
Senior Laboratory Director, Dow Chemical Company
Mr. Hart is currently servinc as seniro laboratory director for the Ceramics and Advanced Materials Laboratory, and as business development director for the Structural Ceramics Business within the Dow New Businesses organization. His responsibilities include advanced materials and coatings develop-ment, and involvement in he construction of three poweder plants and one parts plant to increase Dow Supply capacity. He is also a director and presdient of Boride Products, Inc. a wholly Dow Subsidiary.
|Grayson G. Heard 1970 MNG E1
Retired Vice President, Mining, Consolidation Coal Company
Mr. Heard joined Consol as a project engineer in 1970. He was appointed as vice president of the Fairmont Operations in 1981 and four years later was promoted to his present posiion of senior vice predident-mining, where he is responsible for 14 mining complexes that produce in excess of 35 million tons of coal per year. He is active in Ducks Unlimited and has received a Conservation Appreciation Award rom the Illinois Departmetn of onservation for his work in wildlife habitat development.
|James D. Hedberg 1958 GEOSC
Adjunct Research Professor, University of South Carolina
Dr. Hedberg is currently serving as adjunct research professor in the EarthSciences and Resources Institute of the University of South Caroline and also at the university of Utah. He retired from Exxon Company International's New Ventures Group, manager of Exxon Exploration's Technol og Department, and manager of Exxon Corporation's Exploration Technical Assessment Group.
|Charles S. Herring 1981 METEO
General Manager/VP, Local Consumer Weather Channel
Mr. Herring is vice president of meterorology operations. He joined the Weather Channel as forecaster and on-camera meteorologist in 1982, when it began operation as an all-weather television network. He became a member of the channel's operations management team in 1985, and he has since been involved in the network's programming evolution, computer system development, the distribution of products and services on radio and electronic media, and the launch of other weather networks.
|John W. Hess 1969 G SC
RETIRED - PresidentGeological Society of America Foundation
Dr. Hess has been executive directorof the Water Resourcs Center at the Desert Research institute since 1989 nd vice president foracademic affairs for the Desert Research Institute University and Community College System of Nevada since 1995. He is a GSA fellow and author of many articles on karst systems and water resouces geochemistry. He is currently serving as chairman of the board of the Karst Water Institute, and member of the science committee of the Cave Research Foundation.
|Loren W. Hill 1965 Fuel Technology
Senior Fellow, Monsanto Chemical Company
Dr. Hill has been with Monsanto since 1980 when he joined the company as a science fellow, after apending fifteen years on the faculty of North Dakota State University. His research deals with mechanical propeties of thin films and basic concepts of crosslink density in thermoset coatings, and he has published more than 60 technical papers. He has received many awards for presentations and service from the Federation of Societies of Coatings Technology and the ACS Division o Polymeric Materials Science andEngineering.
|David C. Hodge 1973 GEOG_1
President Emeritus, Miami University
Professor Hodge is currently professor and chair of the Geography Department and divisional dean for computing, facilities, and research in the College of Arts and Sciences. He has been at the University of Washington since 1975 and served as academic coordinator for the center for Social Sience Computation and Research for 7 years. he received the university's Distinguished Teachign Award in 1990. Dr. Hodge is serving a three-year term as editor of The Professional Geographer. He was NSF program officer for geography and regional science in 1993-94.
|Floyd J. Hoffer 1971 PNG E
Mr. Hoffer is Prudhoe Bay Unit Operations superintendent for BP Exploration, responsible for field for BP Exploration, responsible for feld operations in Alaska including over 600 wells and related pre-separation surface facilities. He is currently HSE manager with responsibility for health, safety and environmental program oversight in the Prudhoe Bay Field. From 1974 to 1988 he was with Sohio Petroleum Company, holding engineering and supervisory assignments in the Gulf Coast, Mid-Cntinent and Rocky Mountain States.
|James E. Hoke1970 PHYS
Retired, National Weather Service
Dr. Hoke is currently director of the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction of the National Weather Service. He was previously chief of the monitoring and aviation branch of the national Meteorology Center's Meteorological Operation Branch and in charge of WMO and ICAO regional offices in Washington. He has made numerous presentations and frequently served as an NWS presentative to WMO and NOAA.
|Prof. David D Houghton 1959 METEO
Professor, University fo Wisconsin
Professor Houghton has been a member of the faculty at Wisconsin since 1969 and served as department chair from 1991 to 1994. He has carried out research in a range of synoptic and mesoscale meteoroloical topics and was editor in chief of John Wiley & Sons Handbook of Applied Meteorology. he is currently past-president of the American Meteorological Society, having served as president in 1995, and has served as president in 1995, and has served on numerous UCAR and NSF panels and committees. He is an elected Fellow of AMS and AAAS.
|W. John Hussey 1968 METEO
Consultant, Self Employed
Mr. Hussey is director of the Office of SysemsDevelopment for NOAA's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and information Service with responsibility for program management of NOAA satellite programs that include the GOES geostationary satellites, the polar-orbiting operational satellites, and Landsat. He received the NOAA Administrator's Award in 1988, the US Department of Commerce Bronze Medal in 1993, and the Department of Commerce Silver Medal in 1994. he is founding member of the GEMS board of directors and served as president of the EMS alumni society in 1995-96.
|Yuichi Ishikawa 1971 Solid State Science
Research Scientists- Hitachi, Ltd.
Dr. Ishikawa is a chief research scientist in the Mechanical Engineering Research Laboratory of Hitachi. In recnt years he has been working to understand the relationship between atomic level observation and macroscopic properties of industrial materials, using an atom prob field ion microscope built by his research team. Hehas received a number of awards from the Japan Society of Corrosion Engineering nd the Vacuum Soceity of Japan in recognition of his outstanding technical contributions, and has published more than 100 papers and been coauthor on several books.
|Laurence P. James 1972 GEOL
President, James Geo Assocs. Inc.
Dr. James is currently manager of the Denvr office an Australian multinational industrial compan and focuses on mineral resources in Mexico and parts of the US and Canada. He was previously the principal geoscientist for Asia for BHP International minerals, based in hong kong, and before that based in Kyushu, Japan. His professional work has centered on exploration and evaluation of metal deposits, especially gold and copper, and h has worked onall continents except Antarctica. He served for several years as an ajunct professor at the University of Colorado.
|William L. Jenkins 1966 CERSC
President, Eye Lighting Internatinal of North Amerca
Mr. Jenkins founded Eye Lighting International in 1991. The company, a subsidary of Iwasaki Electric of Tokyo, jAPAN, MANIFACTURERS and sells high intensity discharge lamps in the world market. Mr. Jenkins was previously with Geneal Electric where he headed the Haogen Products Manufacturing Engineeing section, responsible for advance planning and develpment and direction of eight productin facilities in six states. He has received awards from GE for the dorprate managemet of successful programs.
|Charles J. Johnson 1972 MN EC
Consultant: Asian Energy Strategies
Dr. Johnson is head of the coal and environmental project in the Energy and Mineral Program of the East- West Center. He is currently involved in research on Asian government policies on col and the environment, and coporate investment strateggies in coal and power projects in Asia, and has pursued consulting projects in China, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Myanmar, THailand, adn Vietnam. he is a member of the APEC Expert's Group on Clean Fossil Fuels and has served as advisor to DOE on clean coal technology potenially in Asia.
|Fred L. Jones 1966 CH E
President Cogen Designs, Inc.
Dr. Jones formed his own company in 989 to provide support to developers of cogeneration facilities. Through I, he directed pilot activities for conversion of municipal solid waste into clean synthetic coal and with Argonne National Laboratory sponsorship, demonstrated conversion of sutomobile shredder residue into synthetic coal. He is now developing a large commercial demonstration project for this technology in Turkey. With American Natural Reosurces from 1975 to 1989, he directed a number of innovative and successful gasifier and fluidized bed projects.
|Jill A. Jordan 1976 METEO
Sr. Process Specialist, Veolia Water Technologies, Inc.
Ms. Jordan joined a small new environmental company in 1980 that became Biothane, Inc. The company owns the worldide license for several waste water treatment processes and has a number of operating plants in Canada, the United States and Mexico. As technical services manager, Ms. Jordan is responsible for the operation of these plants. She is author of a digestion in a well-known technical manual, and regularly attends international waste water treatment conferences.
|BG Albert J. Kaehn Jr. 1953 METEO
Consultant, National Research Concil
Mr. Kaehn retired frm the US Air Force with the rank of Brigadier General in 1982. His 30-year military career culminated in his command of the USAF Air Weaher Service, made up of some 4,700 people at 270 locations wourld-wide and with an operating budger of $115 million. He subsequently held senior director positions in Global Weather Dynamics, then Harris Corporation. Since 1994 General Kaehn has chaired the National Research Council committee on aviation weather services, and is currently chairing an NRC panel on the Aatmospheric effects ofaviation.
|James S Kahn 1954 Mineralogy
President & CEO, Museum of Science and Industry
Dr. Kahn has directed a mjor revitalization of chicago's musum of Science and Industry since his appointment as president in 1987. Under his leadership significant capital improvements have begin, the institution has been placed on a firmer financial footing, and the museum's educational role and scientific identity have been redefined. r. Kahn previously spent several years at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he held such positions as leader of the Earth Sciences Division and Laboratiry deputy director and chief operating officer.
|Joseph T. Kaminski 1971 G SC
President, Kaymont Energy Partners
Mr. Kaminski has established a series of companies invovled in oil and gas exploration since 1882 when he co-founded and serves as CEO of Seismic Enterprises, Inc. Under his leadership the firm became public company now listed as Seitel, Inc. He left Seitel in 1988 to establish Kaminski Enterprises and Sarartoga Resources, inc. which has been sold recntly to Prime Energy, Inc. In addition to his interests in oil and gas, Mr. Kaminski is involved in the startup of a new Internet software company, mixed Meida Works.
|Mr. John A. Kaniuk1 969 CERSC
Retired PresidentZircoa Inc.
Mr. Kaniuk is presidnt of Ziroca, a company that manufactures a wide range of zirconia products such as monoclinic grain for electronic applications, thermal spreay powders, nozzles, crucibles, insulated linings, dies, valve components and furnace elements. The company has been recognized locally and nationally for employee training and empowerment He was previously research manager for north American Refractories where he advanced low-moisture castable technology. he holds three patents and is recipient of the AW Allen Award, a best paper award on refractories.
|Mr. Kenneth P. Katen1972 M P E
PresidentKaten and Assocs Inc.
Mr. Katen established his own consulting firm in 1987 after serving as deputy assistant secretary to the mine saety and Health Administration of the US Department of Labir. He had previously held executive and administrative positions with diamond Rock Coal Company, Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company and Bethlehem Mines Corporation. He is a member of the mining and coal mining committees of the National Safety Council, and author of texts on mining methods and safety standards in standard mining handbooks.
|Dr. George V. Keller1949,1952,1954 Geophysics
D. Keller's principal areas of interest have focused on development and application of electrical geophysical methods, and he has published 8 books and more than 200 technical papers. He served as head of the Departmentof Gephysics at Colorado School fo Mines from 1974 to 1983 and retired as an emeritus professor in 1993. He has since devoted himself to his consulting practice. He received the first Halliburton Award Award for outstanding professional achievement in1979 and served as senior Fulbright scholar at Moscow University in 1982.
|Mr. John R. Kemp, III 1966 PNG E
RETIRED-Chairman, Kosmos Energy, LLC
Mr. Kemp has been vice president of exploration productionfor South America, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Middle Eat for Conoco, Inc. since 1993. he was previously president and managing director of Conoco Norway and has also held management positions in London, Aberdeen, and tHE hAGUE. he is leader of Conoco's mentorship program for minority students in Houston, and in 1995 receuved the Golden Achievement Awardf the Cooperative Development Energ Program t gain representation of women and minorities and geoscience.
|Dr. Christopher R. Kennedy CERSC
Vice President, Lanxide Corporation
Dr. Kennedy has been with Lanxide since 1984, involved with development of ceramic matrix andmetal matrix composites for a wide variety of applications including armor, automotive, refactories, turbine engines, and electronics. In 1993 he assumed responsibility for all the cmpany's researh and development programs. Dr. Kennedy is author of 28 publications and holds 29 US patents. Earlier in career he was staff scientist at Argonne National Laboraory, and for two years with Exxon Research.
|Dr. Daniel Keyser 1975 METEO
Professor, SUNY University at Albany
Professor Keyser was a research meteorologist with NASA/Goddard before joing the faculty of the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Alany in 1987. is research interests are concerned with the structure and synamics of extratropical and tropical cyclones, fronts, and jet streaks, with emphasis on the associated circulation patterns. He received the C.L. Meisinger Award of the American Meteorological Society in 1989, and the AMS Editor's Award for his editorship of the Monthly Weather Review from 1991 to 1993.
|Mr. Samuel L. Kimmel 1972 PNG E
President SK Operating, Inc.
Mr. Kimmel joined Angerman Associates, an oil and gas consulting, drilling and prouction firm, in 197. e has been thefirm's president and chief executive officer since 1992 and a member of the board of directors sicne 1981. He has served in leadership positions in the SPE Pittsburgh Chapter, and served on the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia board of directors fro 1989 to 1992. He is currently treasurer and one of 50 governors on the Independent Petroleum Association of America national boardof governors.
|Mr. Karl P. Kimmerling 1979 METAL
President and CEO, Howden North America Inc.
Mr. Kimmerling is currently vice president-mnufacturing-stell, responsible for all steel manufacturing operations of the Timken Company, which entails 4 steelmaking facilities in Canton, Ohio, area, approximately, 3000 employees, and supporting steels sales about $1 billion per year. Timken is leading manufacturer of highly engineered bearings and ally steels. Mr. Kimmerling was previously president of Canadian Timken, Ltd.
|Dr. Gregory R. King 1979 PNG E
Professor of Practice Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Penn State University
Dr. King has been a reservoir engineer with Chevron throughout his career, carrying out studies of North Sea oil and gas fields. He has been technical editor for the SPE Formation Evaluation Technical Journal since 1992 and has published numerous technial papers on unconvential gas recovey, reseroir simulation, and reservoir management. He was coauthor of the recent SPE undergraduate textbook on numerical reservoir simulation.
|Dr. Rchard R. Klimpel 1964 Material Science
President RK Associaes
Dr. Klimpel is now president of his consulting company following a career with the Dow Chemical Copany in which he held many executive positons, including vice president of technology of minerals reagents international. He is author of moe than 150 individual publications and holds 40 US patents on surfactant chemistry. his awards include Michigan and Dow Chemical Inventor of the Year, AIME RH Richards and H. Krumb Awards, and SME AM Gaudin, AF Taggart, and distinguished Member Awards. He is elected 1997 SME Minerals and Metallurgical Processing Division Chair.
|Ms. Barbra B Kinne 1978 GEOG_1
Vice PresidentLocal Government Research Corporation
Ms. Kinne is vice president of LGR and program director of the company's major divison LGR Examinations that provides test development and delivery services for professional licensing and certification examinations. LGR is currently operating test services in 17 states and is responsible for developing examinations unsed in over 40 states. Ms. Kinne desiged the operations of the company, which has grown dramatically over the past 15 years.
|Dr. Leonard F. Konikow 1969 GEOL
Dr. Konikow has been a research hydrologist with USGS since 1972. His research focuses on development and application of solute-trans-port models to groundwater contamination problems. Inaddition to professional committee assignments and editorial service, Dr. Konikow has taught numerous short courses and was honored as GSA Birdshall Distinguished Lecturer in 1985. He received the National Water Well Association Science Award in 1989, and served as chair of the GSA Hydrogeology Diviion in 1993-94.
|Thomas A. Koza, J.D. 1969 MNG E1
Mr. Koza is vice president for law and adminisration and the secretary of the North American Coal Company, with responsibility for the legal, environmental services, land benefits and administration department of the company. He was first associated with North American as legal counsel in 1997. When in private practice, he served as an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh from 1976-85, where he taught classes in mining law and economics. He has served as a trustee and assistant secretary of the Eastern Mineral Law Foundation.
|Mr. Douglas P. Kruhoeffer 1980 METEO
Founder & Chief Scientist, Climatrends
Mr. Kruhoeffer, know professionally as Paul Douglas, is currrently chief television meterorologist for Chicago's Channel 2 News and writes a daily weather coulmn for the Chicago sSun Time. He is also founder and president of EarthWatch Communications, a computer softeware firm that markets 3-D animated weather and news graphics systems features in the movies Jurrasic Park and Twister, and used by more than 60 telebision stations in the US and abroad. He is author of Prairies Skies, the Minnesota Weather Book.
|Dr. Robert J. Kumpf 1984 PLM SC
Industry Major - Chemicals and Specialty Materials, Deloitte Consulting
Dr. Kumpf has been director of corporate polymer reseach at Bayer Cororation's headquarters in Pittsburgh since 1994. he is resposible for the polymer science research group and the oordination of its projects. He was previously manager of new production development for the company's Texin Business Group, responsible for developing new markets for thermoplastic polyurethane products. Dr, Kumpf beegan his career with an assignment with Bayer AG Germany, in the parent company' central research laboratories.
|Dr. Ying H. Kuo 1983 METEO Ph D.
Scientist, Nat'L Ctr Atmospheric
Dr. Ko is the head of NCAR's Mesoscale Prediction Group and a rcognized leader in the field of mesoscale numerical modeling. He served as te U.S. project director for the Taiwan Area Mesoscale Experiment (TAMES), for which he received awards for outstanding leadersjip from the Centra; Weather Bureau, the National Science Council and the Ministry of Communication and Transportation in Taiwan. He received three awards for outstanding publications.
|Mr. Kenneth Roy Kupchak 1965 METEO
President/Attorney, Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert
Mr. Kupchak is director of a law corporation centered on all aspects of constructonlaw, from international joint ventures to complex multi-party litigation, and the acquisitio of three of the Pacific Basin's leading contractors. He is an adjunct Professor at the University of Hawaii, and previously served as chief minority counsel in the Hawaii house of Representatives, and as the legislative coordinator for the Hawaii State Association of Counties. He has been recognized by the council and the Mayor of Honolulu for his community service.
|Dr. Fred F. Langge 1965 Solid State Technology
ProfessorUniversity of California, Santa Barbra
Dr. Lange is professor of materials and chemical engineering in the UCSB College ofEngineering. His Principal research contributions are in crack-growth-resistant ceramic microstructures, and improved reliability rolloidal powder processing methods to minimize flaws His recent work has been on continuous fiber reinforced ceramis and single crystal thin films. he is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the Academy of Ceramics, and was in 1980 Rockwell International Endgineer of. the Year. He has been awarded the ACerS Purdy, Fulrath, Kraner, Jeppson, and Sosman Awards.
|Dr. Ronald M. Latanision 1964 METAL
Senior Fellow, Exponent
Dr. Latanision is professor of materials science and engineering and director of the H.H.Uhlig Corrosion Laboratory, and a founder of Altran Materials Engineering Corporation, Established in 1992. He is chair of MIT's Council on Primary and Secondary Education, and his researh interests are focused in aterials processing and the corrosion of metals and other materials in aqueous environments. he is an elected member of the National Academy of Engineering. Among his honors are the 1986 McFarland Award, the NACE Whitney Award, and AIME Krumb Lectureship.
|Mr. Darrel I. Leap1974 Hydrology
Professor, Purdue University
Professor Leap served as a geologit for the South Dakota State Geological Survey and for the USGS in Denver, CO, before joining the faculty of Purdue University in 1980. He establlished the graduate program in hyrdrogeology and teaches and researchers in the areas of groundwater movement, groundwater modelig, aquifier testing, and contamination hydrogeology. he is an appointed member of the Indiana Hazardous Waste Facility Site Authority. In 1994 he was the Distinguished Guest Speaker at the first Grounfwater conference in Korea.
|Mr. John A. Leone 1956 PNG E
President & Chief CEO, Bonney Forge
Mr. Leone is the majority stockholder, CEO and chairman of the board of Bonney Forge Corporation, an oil industry supplier with production plants in the US and Italy. Since he acquired the company from Gulf and Western in 1984 it has grown to be the worldwide lead supplier of forged steel fittings and forged steel valves, with customers in the petroleum and chemical industries around the glode. Mr. Leone was preciously Gulf &Western;s managing director, with executive respinsibility for five European companies and headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.
|Ms. Janice L. Lindemann 1974 METEO
Ministry Services Support Coordinator, Hosanna Church
Ms. Lindemann has has a diverse career, beginning in the 1970s as a research scientist with Geomet Explotation where she was involved in uranium exploration, then as a systems analyst for Century Geophysical where she developed a coal quality analysis technique based on downhole logging parameters. In the 1980s she joined Amoco Prodution Research where she worked on acoustic wave-train logging applications. She is now with Amoco Foam Prodcts where she established a LAN, assisted with downsizing, and is now supervisor of application processes.
|Dr. Robert E. Livezey 1969 METEO
Chief, Climate Services Division-United States Government
Dr. Livezey is currently senior research meteorologist for the Prediction Branch, Climate prediction Center of National Centers for Environmental Predication. He has a long-term research interest in the diagnosis and predication of low-frequency extratropical circulation patterns and their associated weather. His work has influenced methodology and improved the practive of long-range forecasting. He is an AMS fellow and served as editor of the Journal of Climate fron 1990-93, receiving the AMS Editor's Award in 1990.
|Mr. Philip L. Longenecker 1969 MNG E1
Owner, Self Employed, Chrystal Resources Inc.
Mr. Longenecker provides consulting services to the coal mining industry and other natural resources organizations as president of Crystal Resources, a company he founded in 1992. He was previously president and CEO of Carbon Industrie, Inc., a subsidiar of ITT Corporation.. With Carbon, he was involved in comprehensive management of surface and underground coal mines and preparation plants. He is past president of the SME Central Appalachian Section and of the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute. He recieved SME's Outstanding Youth Engineer Award in 1979.
|Dr. Baerbel Koesters Lucchitta 1963 GEOL
Retired Geologist, US Geological Survey
Dr. Lucchitta is notes for her pioneering studies of planetary geology, including the first ever geologic map of the north polar region of the Moon, and the first geologic maps of Jupiter's moons Europa and Ganymede. She served as project chief and coordinator of the Galilean Satellite Geological Mapping Program, and is currently principal investigator of projects on Antarctic glacier velocities. She received the USDI Meritorious Service Award in 1994 and the G.K.Gilbert Award of the GSA Planetary Geology Division in 1995. An asteroid was named Baerbel in her honor.
|Dr. George W. Luxbacher 1973 MNG E1
Dr. Luxbacher is currently director of operations for Glenn Springs Holdings, a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum Corporation, and is responsible for business activities accompanying the closure of OxyChem, the sale of Island Creek Corporation Properties, and the sale of Interational Marine Terminals, a 9.5-million-ton bulk materials terminal on the lower Mississippi River. He previously spent 10 years with Island Creek Corporation in a range of executive and engineering managemetn positions.
|Mr. David E. MacLellan 1965 Fuel Technology
Principal, MacLellan Wolfson Associates
Mr. MacLellan is homebuilder in Orgeon and Northern California with experience in all facets of housing development and light construction. He is winner of the AIA and Urban Land Institute Award for architectural planning and of three MAME awards for design excellence. He has served as president of the Building Industry Association of Northern California, Eastern Division (1992) and as regional director of IA/NC from 989 to 1993. He serves as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association-a veteran ofsome 100 cases, and is active in community service.
|James K Magor 1953, 1963 Metallurgy
ConsultantMetallurgy Consultants, Inc.
Dr. Magor directs a consulting business that since 1968 has provided materials evaluation, selection, and testing services to clients in industry and the legal an insurance professions. He is also professor emeritus of North Carolina State University, where he received two awards for outstanding teaching. He previously held positions at research laboratories, including associate director of the Metallurgy adn Cermics Division, US Army Research Office, Durham, and Director of Research, Lee Wilson Engineering Company.
|Mr. Gregory J Manzo 1979 METAL
Vice President, Ellwood Quality Steels Company
Mr. Manzo joined Ellwood Group as a product metallurgist in 1987, after two years as supervisor of steelmaking technology at Babcock and Wilcox Company. E works for the company's steelmakingdivision that produces high quality bottom-poured ingots of carbon, low alloy, and stainless steel grades. In 1994 he was promoted to the position of Vice Presidetn of Technology and is responsible for all technocal and quality functions within the company. He is past chirman of the ingot Metallirgy Forum.
|Dr. Thomas O. Mason 1974 CERSC
Professor Emeritus, Northwestern University
Professor Mason is the Krebs Professor of Materils Science and Engineering at Northwestern, where he has been on the faculty since 1979. His research on defect structure and transport in electroceramics and electrical properties of cement-based materials has resulted in more than 130 publication. He is currently vice president of the American Ceramic Society and was president of the Ceramic Educational Council in 1992 to 1993. He has received the PACE Award of the National Institute of Ceramic Engineers, the ACerS Fulrath Award, and the 1995 Teaching Award of the Northwestern Alumni Association.