Alumni News

Melissa McGuire is helping to manage NASA's new space station project called Lunar Gateway that will orbit the moon.
Read more about the project

Adam Miller '13 headshot

Adam Miller '13

Adam Miller (Aerospace, Class of 2013) is a GE Aviation 2nd rotation EEDP that continues to execute on critical commercial NPI (P20) activities while learning new tools, processes, & technologies. In addition to taking ownership of the P20 Ox-Ox CMC cover panels and shrouds, Adam has completed the design of a simplified, weight-neutral similar part resulting in significant cost savings for the engine. Adam is  able to accomplish this work autonomously with little oversight and reacts quickly to design change requests & challenges--clearly demonstrating results in an uncertain world.

class of 1963 group photo

Class of 1963

Fellow alumni from the class of '63 met on campus during the 2014 CEAS Awards Banquet week.

R: Harold Chambers; Gary Slater; Ron smith; William Burson; Onofre Castells; Tom Rebbin; Jim Younghans; Norm Kulujian; Al McFarland; Dave Brown(class of '61-- who taught an Intro to Aerospace class when he was a senior)

Adam Thurn, BS ASE '10, recentely was recognized in his role with the Navy Research Labs after he invented a cubesat release mechanism. Story about Adam Thurn

John McCullough, BS ASE 1989, Named NASA's New Chief Flight Director

HOUSTON - NASA has selected Cleveland native John A. McCullough to lead the select group of men and women that direct space shuttle and International Space Station missions. His team also has begun to plan missions back to the moon for the Constellation Program. 

McCullough is chief of the Flight Director Office, part of the Mission Operations Directorate at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The mission operations team is dedicated to safely planning, training for, managing and executing overall mission operations for NASA human space flight. 

James A. Miller, BS AE '69, Elected to National Academy of Engineering

James Miller is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at the Combustion Research Facility of Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, CA, where he has been employed since receiving his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1974. Miller's research interests lie in both combustion chemistry and theoretical chemical kinetics. He has published extensively in both the physical chemistry and combustion literature. In August 2007, Miller was awarded the Bernard Lewis Gold Medal by The Combustion Institute at the Thirty-First International Combustion Symposium held in Heidelberg, Germany. 

Timothy Lindsey, Aerospace '04, New Member of EVA Branch of NASA

As a member of the Extravehicular Activity Branch at NASA, Mr. Lindsey is training astronauts for space walks for future missions. At press time he is working with the STS-131 crew scheduled to lift off March 2010 for a 13 day mission to the International Space Station.