Alumni Page

Faculty-Member -in-Residence

Herman W. Hill, Ph.D.
Ohio University

1992 Alumni

Lorrie Ackerman
(IEEE/Washington Univ. in St. Louis)

Steven Braddom
(SAE/U.S. Military Academy)

Wayne Davis
(ASHRAE/Kansas State)

Kenton Epard
(SAE/Kansas State)

Dan Goodrich
(SAE/Lake Superior

State Univ.)

Shelly Gore
(IES/California State at Chico)

Vincent Ikpoh
(AIChE/Tuskegee Institute)

Christopher Le
(ASTM/Wichita State)

Robert Mitchell
(ANS/Worcester Polytehnical)

David Mulligan
(ASCE/U.S. Military Academy)

Chris Porter

Mazen A. Skaf
(ASME/Univ. of Texas at Arlington)

Melinda Thibodeau

Phillip Ventimiglia
(IEEE/Univ. of Connecticut)

Jan Wright
(AIChE/Montana State)

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Lorrie (Ackerman) Cranor has joined the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University in the School of Computer Science and the Engineering and Public Policy department. Previously, she was a principal technical staff member for secure systems research at AT&T Labs. Lorrie holds a Ph.D. in engineering and public policy from the Washington University. She chaired the 10th annual Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference in April 2000 and is program chair for the 2001 Telecommunications Policy Research Conference. Her work is cited (p2, note 8) in "Know the Rules - Use the Tools," a guide to Privacy in the Digital Age published by the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2000. (07/05).

Steven Braddom -- Completed M.S. degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics. Currently an instructor of Fluid Mechanics at the United States Military Academy at West Point. (10/02)

Dan Goodrich -- "I am currently a Vehicle Test Lead Engineer for Continental Teves, an automotive chassis entity of Continental Tire Company. I am developing electronic brake systems for future passenger cars and sport utility vehicles. Electronic brake systems include ABS (anti-lock brake systems) and traction control systems."  (8/14/00)

Mazen A. Skaf   -- Mazen Skaf reports that he is a senior consultant with Strategic Decisions Group, an international management consulting firm. Mazen specializes in strategy development and evaluation, portfolio management, and negotiation analysis. He has advised senior management of organizations in a variety of industries including automobile manufacturing, aircraft manufacturing, oil and gas, electric power generation, software and electronics. He received a B.S. in mechanical engineering, summa cum laude, from the University of Texas and an M.S. and Ph.D. in engineering- economic systems from Stanford University. His doctoral dissertation was on the use of financial engineering and real options in the design of negotiated agreements. In 1999, Mazen and his client Donald W. Spillman from Shell Offshore, Inc. received the first INFORMS Decision Analysis Society Practice award for their work in portfolio management. (5/00)

Phillip Ventimiglia reports:  "Currently, I am at Dell where I am the Senior Manager of Product Marketing for our new Imaging & Printing Line of Business. After graduating from UCONN, I worked for Lockheed for a few years and then recieved a Master's in Public & Private Management from the Yale School of Management. I ended up marrying Laura, who I met in DC that summer. We have two children, Benjamin (3) and Abigail (3 months), and love living in Austin. I would love to hear from anyone to catch up." (3/03)

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