Ramblin’ Roll

  • Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 91, No.2

    Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 91, No.2

    1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s 2000s | 2010s | Weddings | Births 1950s Jean A. Mori, ME 58, was inducted into the Phi Delta Theta Hall of Fame of Georgia. Mori is the chief executive officer of Mori Luggage and Gifts. Fred A. Ware Jr., ME 57, retired from Valdosta State University after 42 years on the College of Business faculty. After Tech, he served more

  • Kurtz, Navy’s Oldest Active Fighter Pilot, Retires After 28 Years

    Kurtz, Navy’s Oldest Active Fighter Pilot, Retires After 28 Years

    Tim Kurtz, ME 83, the Navy’s oldest active fighter pilot, officially retired in January. Kurtz ended his 28-year career with a ceremonial landing of his F-18 strike fighter jet at New Orleans’ Lakefront Airport. After landing, Kurtz’s friends and squadron-mates surrounded him and soaked him to make sure that he’d been thoroughly “watered down,” a Navy more

  • Martin Named Dean of Business School at Louisiana Tech

    Martin Named Dean of Business School at Louisiana Tech

    Christopher Martin, PhD Mgt 87, has been named Dean of the Business School at Louisiana Tech in Ruston, La. Martin currently serves as dean of the Frost School of Business at Centenary College in Shreveport, La.Pending approval from the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors, Martin will bring 21 years of administrative experience at public more

  • Law Honored with Carter Mathis Award for Commercial Real Estate Achievement

    Law Honored with Carter Mathis Award for Commercial Real Estate Achievement

    William F. “Bill” Law Jr., IM 58, was honored with the 2014 Carter Mathis award by the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks Georgia. This award honors an individual with a demonstrated track record of achievement. Law is currently the chairman emeritus of Colliers International-Atlanta. According to the the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Law was involved more

  • Emrich Selected as AIAA Engineer of the Year

    Emrich Selected as AIAA Engineer of the Year

    Bill Emrich, ME 73, was honored as the 2015 AIAA Engineer of the Year for his innovative NASA nuclear thermal propulsion research and testing. The award is presented to a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics whose recent use of scientific and mathematical principles has lead to a significant accomplishment or event. more