Outstanding Engineering Alumni Award Recipients

Established in 1966, the Outstanding Engineering Alumni Award is the highest honor bestowed by the College of Engineering and recognizes graduates who have reached exceptional levels of professional achievement.

Mechanical Engineering

2010-2019

  • 2016 - Ed Auslander ('85)
  • 2015 - Timothy G. Buzza ('87)
  • 2014 - Dennis L. Derr ('71)
  • 2013 - Robert C. Rugh ('75)
  • 2012 - Amos W. Morse ('78)
  • 2011 - Eric R. Branyan ('80)
  • 2010 - Patricia W. Stevens ('88, '90, '01)

2000-2009

  • 2009 - Naren Gursahaney ('83)
  • 2008 - Robert E. Jepsen Jr. ('78)
  • 2007 - Tedric A. Harris ('53, '54)
  • 2006 - Steve I. Glusman ('81)
  • 2005 - Clyde W. Shuman Jr. ('62, '67)
  • 2004 - Carl H. Wolgemuth ('56)
  • 2003 - John P. Karidis ('80, '82, '83)
  • 2002 - Thomas E. Evans ('73)
  • 2001 - James C. Corman ('61)
  • 2000 - Stephen F. Homcha ('74)
  • 2000 - Louis J. Borges ('44)

1990-1999

  • 1999 - James G. Musser ('57)
  • 1998 - William Colwill ('72, '75)
  • 1997 - H. Alfred Eberhardt ('48)
  • 1996 - Gerald F. Robertson ('69)
  • 1995 - Laurens S. Beyland ('68)
  • 1994 - John R. Myers ('60)
  • 1994 - John L. Palmer Jr. ('39)
  • 1993 - Forrest J. Remick ('55, '58, '63)
  • 1992 - Charles W. Bert ('51, '56)
  • 1992 - Gene H. Driscoll ('55)
  • 1991 - Richard S. Lashley ('49)
  • 1991 - Samuel A. Shuman ('50)
  • 1990 - Gerald M. Faeth ('61, '64)
  • 1990 - Arthur L. Glenn ('56)

1980-1989

  • 1989 - James L. Henderson Jr. ('43)
  • 1988 - Charles Schneider ('62)
  • 1987 - Frank Gabron ('55)
  • 1987 - Conrad H. Sonderegger ('53)
  • 1987 - Albertus D. Welliver ('56)
  • 1985 - F. Daniel Wilder ('55)

1960 - 1969

  • 1969 - B. Paul Blasingame ('40)
  • 1966 - William E. Diefenderfer ('38)

Nuclear Engineering

2010-2019

  • 2016 - Donald Moul ('87)
  • 2015 - Stephen J. Trautman ('86)
  • 2014 - John Wagner ('94, '97)
  • 2013 - James Tusar ('84)
  • 2012 - George Imel ('73, '77)
  • 2011 - Jerome Gormley ('87)
  • 2010 - Jim Bolon ('76, '85)

2000-2009

  • 2009 - Eileen Supko ('85)
  • 2008 - Richard R. Etling ('78)
  • 2007 - Richard B. Gill ('79)
  • 2006 - Andrew C. Klein ('77)
  • 2005 - Douglass C. Wood ('73)
  • 2004 - Daniel S. Williams ('88)
  • 2003 - William F. Naughton ('68, '72)
  • 2002 - Joseph R. Gray ('69)
  • 2001 - Patricia Beecher Loftus ('75)
  • 2000 - Suzanne V. Kennan ('86)

1990-1999

  • 1999 - Jeffrey D. E. Jeffries ('70, '72)
  • 1998 - John J. Brennan ('65)
  • 1997 - Larry M. Girvin ('65, '71)
  • 1996 - Leonard A. Pasquini ('66, '74)
  • 1995 - A. Edward Scherer ('65)
  • 1991 - C. Frederick Sears ('69)
 
 

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The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the nation’s largest and most successful engineering departments. We serve more than 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 330 graduate students

We offer B.S. degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering as well as resident (M.S., Ph.D.) and online (M.S., M.Eng.) graduate degrees in nuclear engineering and mechanical engineering. MNE's strength is in offering hands-on experience in highly relevant research areas, such as energy, homeland security, biomedical devices, and transportation systems.

Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

137 Reber Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-865-2519