Ramblin’ Roll

  • Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 90, No. 3

    Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 90, No. 3

    1950s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s 2000s | 2010s | Weddings | Births 1950s Darryl Aubrey, ChE 55, was elected mayor of North Palm Beach, Fla. for a second term. He served on the Village Council for eight years prior, held management positions with Exxon Chemical Company, taught as a tenured professor of management at Sacred Heart University and served as vice president of Chemical more

  • 3 Tech Alumni Among 2014 ‘Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America’

    3 Tech Alumni Among 2014 ‘Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America’

    Savoy Magazine recently named three Tech alumni among its “2014 Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America.” They include: 1. Ralph Cleveland,  ME 86,  global head of customer operations for AIG Property and Casualty Insurance ; 2. Jerome Hamilton, IE 91, MS IL 02, vice president of Lean Six Sigma, Corporate Quality & Acquisition more

  • Gavant Inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Radiology

    Gavant Inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Radiology

    Morris L. Gavant, HS 76, was inducted as a Fellow, the highest honor bestowed to a radiologist, into the American College of Radiology (ACR) in April. He is a partner physician at Advanced Radiology in Baltimore and an active staff physician at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, where he was formerly chief of the radiology department. more

  • Meehan Named President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers

    Meehan Named President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers

    D. Nathan Meehan, Phys 75, senior executive adviser at Baker Hughes, was selected as the 2016 president of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Meehan, who works in Houston, will take office as president-elect this fall. Prior to Baker Hughes, Meehan was president of CMG Petroleum Consulting, vice president of engineering for Occidental Oil & Gas, more

  • Shealy Honored for Work in Snow Sports Epidemiology

    Shealy Honored for Work in Snow Sports Epidemiology

    Jasper “Jake” Shealy, Psy 63, received the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing him as one of the most influential and important names in ski safety over the last 40 years. The NSAA said that “through Shealy’s expertise and his passion for research, his work has helped save the skiing and more