OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

College of Engineering honors alumni

02/27/2013

CORVALLIS, Ore. - The Oregon State University College of Engineering recently honored some of its most distinguished alumni at the 15th annual Oregon Stater Awards.

The awards honor outstanding alumni and friends for their contributions to the engineering profession and to Oregon State University. There are three award categories determined by length of career and accomplishments: Engineering Hall of Fame, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, and Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers.

The event was held at the CH2M-HILL Alumni Center on the OSU campus, in conjunction with National Engineers Week. More details on the awards and individuals being honored is available at http://engineering.oregonstate.edu/oregon-stater-awards

The award recipients include:

OREGON

 

HILLSBORO

  • Stephen S. Pawlowski, Fellow, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, general manager, architecture and planning, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Ore.
  • Annabelle Pratt, Ph.D. electrical engineering ’99, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, senior power research engineer, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Ore.

 

SALEM

  • Paul R. Mather, B.S. civil engineering ’84, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, highway division administrator, Oregon Department of Transportation, Salem, Ore.

 

PORTLAND

  • David L. Andersen, B.S. business administration ’80, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, president and CEO, Andersen Construction Company, Portland, Ore.
  • Steven E. Locke, B.S. chemical engineering ’82, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, president and COO, SLR International Corporation, Portland, Ore.
  • Lawrence A. Sitz, B.S. civil engineering technology ’75, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, CEO, Emerick Construction Company, Portland, Ore.

 

SPRINGFIELD

  • Jeffrey J. Firth, B.S. construction engineering management ’96, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, partner and project manager, Hamilton Construction Company, Springfield, Ore.

 

WILSONVILLE

  • Meagan R. Bozeman, B.S. mechanical engineering ’97, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, director of advanced development supplies strategy and sustainability for Solid Ink, Xerox Corporation, Wilsonville, Ore.
  • Lewis A. Danielson, B.S. mechanical engineering ’79, Hall of Fame, founder and chair, Crimson Trace, Wilsonville, Ore.

 

CALIFORNIA

 

  • Jen-Hsun Huang, B.S. electrical engineering ’84, honorary Ph.D. ’09, Hall of Fame, co-founder, president and CEO, NVIDIA, Santa Clara, Calif.
  • David T. West, B.S. mechanical engineering ’69, Hall of Fame, founder, San Luis Sourdough, San Luis Obispo, Calif.
  • Paul R. Anderson, B.S. industrial engineering ’80, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, vice president, global procurement, Life Technologies Corporation, Carlsbad, Calif.
  • Peter P. Gassner, B.S. computer science ’89, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, founder, CEO and president, Veeva Systems, Pleasanton, Calif.
  • Manoj Gujral, M.S. electrical engineering and computer science, ’87, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, Los Altos, Calif.
  • Daniel J. Di Spaltro, B.S. computer science ’07, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, director of product rackspace, San Francisco, Calif.

 

COLORADO

 

  • Thomas L. Gould, B.S. chemical engineering ’68, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, senior consultant/senior partner, International Reservoir Technologies, Lakewood, Colo.

 

ILLINOIS

 

  • Brenda M. Holdener, B.S. construction engineering management ’85, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, Captain, U.S. Navy inspector general, U.S. Transportation Command, Scott AFB, Ill.

 

MINNESOTA

 

  • Elizabeth N. Hammack, B.S. industrial engineering ’81, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, vice president, operations and manufacturing, Medtronic, Inc., Mounds View, Minn.

 

NEW MEXICO

 

  • Kevin G. Hart, B.S. radiation health physics ’02, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, systems engineer and health physicist, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, N.M.

 

NEW YORK

 

  • Michael D. Brady, Ph.D. chemical engineering ’69, Hall of Fame, senior engineering associate (retired), Corning Inc., Corning, N.Y.

 

TEXAS

 

  • Donald R. Pettit, B.S. chemical engineering ’78, Hall of Fame, astronaut, NASA, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas

 

WASHINGTON

 

  • Jeffrey P. Harvey, B.S. electrical engineering ’79, Academy of Distinguished Engineers, president and CEO, Burgerville, Vancouver, Wash.
  • Nancy E. Adcock, B.S. mechanical engineering ’01, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, lead structural analyst, The Boeing Company, Everett, Wash.
  • Bradley R. Eccleston, B.S. nuclear engineering ’98, M.S. nuclear engineering ’00, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, federal project manager, U.S. Department of Energy, Richland, Wash.
  • Gregg R. Landskov, B.S. chemical engineering ’95, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, director, strategic planning, T-Mobile USA, Bellevue, Wash.

 

INTERNATIONAL

 

  • Brenda E. Marsh, B.S. civil engineering ’01, Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, senior engineer, Hannah-Reed & Associates, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, England