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2013 Erector Set


Construction Engineering Curriculum Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering

Iowa State University

Denise Wood Editor

Volume XXXXIV Number 1 August 15, 2013

Photo Title: Agricultural Biosystems Engineering Project on Iowa State University campus Picture taken by Larry Cormicle

Iowa State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, marital status, disability, or status as a U.S. veteran. Inquiries can be directed to the Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, 3680 Beardshear Hall, (515) 294-7612.

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Table of Contents Greetings from Dr. Charles Jahren ..................................................................................................5 Construction Engineering Advisory Council...................................................................................6 Construction Engineering Personnel................................................................................................9 ConE Faculty Research Projects....................................................................................................16 Past ConE Personnel ......................................................................................................................22 Misc. ISU News .............................................................................................................................25 Cornerstone Learning Community ................................................................................................28 ConE Internship Program ..............................................................................................................29 ConE Faculty News, Awards and Honors .....................................................................................31 Hall of Fame ..................................................................................................................................36 Greenlee Lecture Series .................................................................................................................37 ConE Alumni News .......................................................................................................................37 Misc. Student News and Awards ...................................................................................................40 NECA Green Energy Challenge Competition ...............................................................................46 NAHB Student Chapter .................................................................................................................47 DBIA Student Chapter...................................................................................................................49 MCA Student Chapter....................................................................................................................50 AGC Student Chapter and ASC Teams .........................................................................................53 Scholarships 2013-2014 Academic Year.......................................................................................59 Engineering Career Services Spring 2013 Report .........................................................................61 ConE 2013-2014 Sample Course Matrix .......................................................................................62 Internet Addresses..........................................................................................................................63 Total Construction Engineering Graduates....................................................................................64 ConE Reunion................................................................................................................................66 3


News from Alumni ........................................................................................................................67 Class Lists (by year/name).............................................................................................................96 Index of Alumni...........................................................................................................................106 with year.................................................................................................................................106 by state, city ...........................................................................................................................121 Photo of ISU AGC Student Chapter ......................................................................inside back cover

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accredited program has the academic qualifications to become a professional engineer. Our evaluator praised the program for excellent alumni support, an active industry advisory council, and vibrant student organizations. We have responded to some technical questions that our evaluator had on how we measure the abilities of our students to perform on graduation and expect to have our accreditation extended for six years (the maximum amount) sometime this summer.

Greetings from Chuck Jahren Division Leader Dear ConE Alumni, This has been an exciting and satisfying year for Construction Engineering at Iowa State University. The big news is that ALL of our faculty positions were filled in the 2012/2013 academic year. After several years in a row of conducting faculty searches, this is quite an accomplishment. Especially because we have had two accomplished and enthusiastic people join our ranks. Dr. David Jeong has joined us from Oklahoma State University where he made an excellent start to his career in both teaching and research. He has unique experience in teaching construction finance and will also be teaching our undergraduate course in cost estimating. He is a very versatile researcher and will be teaming up with us on a variety of topics. Dr. Yelda Turkan accepted her first faculty position with us after completing her PhD from University of Waterloo in Canada. Her Bachelors and Masters degrees are in surveying which helps her to understand the importance that positioning plays in developing robust Building Information Models and virtual design and construction techniques. She taught our first BIM class last spring and will be teaching a sophomore level introduction to construction engineering class this fall.

Enthusiastic support from our alumni (previously mentioned by our ABET evaluator) is especially motivational for us. Our Construction Engineering Industry Advisory Council is undoubtedly one of the most active groups of its type on campus. A curriculum committee interviews students and makes suggestions for curriculum changes and reviews what changes have been instituted after each catalog change. With electronic publishing, catalog changes now come every year, rather than every two years, so this activity will increase—it will be good for everybody because we will be able to act on suggestions sooner. The outreach committee is continuing to organize the Jellinger Lecture series after an encouraging debut in the Spring of 2011. The executive committee is partnering with the Iowa State University Foundation to appropriately target development activities and steward the investment of our current donations.

In addition, Catalina Miller has recently joined us and her story may be familiar to you because she was one of nine faculty members who were featured this summer in Visions, the Iowa State University alumni magazine. Her title of Adjunct Instructor is very unique because Construction Engineering is one of only three programs that is authorized to recruit such faculty positions. They are reserved for PhD candidates who have over five years or more of professional experience, because the university faculty recognized the need for professional experience in teaching construction engineering classes. Her experience with Pella Industries and various architectural firms will help give our students valuable perspective on how to partner with design professionals to deliver architecturally designed projects.

In addition to my leadership activities for construction engineering, I remain active in teaching and research. One exciting project is working with an expert on curriculum and instruction to develop multimedia material for our construction equipment course, funded by a grant from the College of Engineering. When I travel, I routinely collect complements on our students, faculty and alumni. It is heartwarming to hear the enthusiasm that people have for Iowa State University, even though they may not have an alumni connection. I am looking forward to reading the 2013 Erector Set and learning about what the ConE family has been up to for another year. Charles T. Jahren Construction Engineering Division Leader W.A. Klinger Teaching Professor

Our ABET accreditation visit in the Fall of 2013 went well. This accreditation is important for construction engineering because a student who graduates from an 5


Construction Engineering Industry Advisory Council John Adam Director, Statewide Operations Bureau

Iowa Department of Transportation 515-239-1333 800 Lincoln Way john.adam@dot.iowa.gov Ames, IA 50010

Ken Bonus CEO and Executive Manager

GuideOne Taylor Ball 1025 Ashworth Rd. W. Des Moines, IA 50265

515-267-2489 kbonus@g1tb.com

Sean Brummer

Turner Construction Company 2345 Grand Blvd., Suite 1000 Kansas City, MO 64108

816-564-2446 sbrummer@tcco.com

Douglas Clark

Peterson Contractors Inc. 104 Blackhawk St. P.O. Box A Reinbeck, IA 50669

319-345-2713 ext. 230 dclark@petersoncontractors.com

Robert Cramer President/Chief Admin. Officer

Cramer & Associates, Inc. 3100 SW Brookside Drive Grimes, IA 50111

515-265-1447 rcramer@cramerandassociatesinc.com

Beth Duyvejonck Project Manager

Opus Design Build, L.L.C. 10350 Bren Rd. W. Minnetonka, MN 55343

952-656-4596 beth.duyvejonck@opus-group.com

Mike Espeset President

Story Construction Co. 300 S. Bell Avenue Ames, IA 50010

515-232-4350 ext. 2605 mespeset@storycon.com

Paul Francois President

Pepper Construction Co. of Ohio 495 Metro Place South Dublin, OH 43017

614-793-4477 pfrancois@pepperconstruction.com

Michael Gawley President

Oakview DCK North America 2618 South 156th Circle Omaha, NE 68130

402-330-7475 mjgawley@gmail.com

Richard Greenlee Principal Partner

Engineering Partners Intl. LLC 9012Meadow Place Savage, MN 55378

952-884-0481 rc@rcgreenlee.com

Mark Guetzko President

Seedorff Masonry, Inc. 408 West Mission Street Strawberry Point, IA 52076-9801

563-933-2296 guetzko.mark@seedorff.com

Paul Higgins Managing Director

The Beck Group 1807 Ross Avenue, Suite 500 Dallas, TX 75201-8006

214-303-6251 paulhiggins@beckgroup.com

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Industry Advisory Council Cont’d Larry Hopp (Emeritus Member) President/Area Manager

Kiewit Construction Co. 3921 Mason Street Omaha, NE 68105-1840

402-977-4504 larry.hopp@kiewit.com

Stephen Jackson President

Cedar Valley Corp. 2637 Wagner Road Waterloo, IA 50704

319-235-9537 stevej@cedarvalleycorp.com

Chad Layland Vice President

Baker Electric 111 Jackson Ave. Des Moines, IA 50315

515-288-6774 clayland@bakerelectric.com

Chris Lindhart Director of Integrated Services

The Beck Group 1807 Ross Ave, Suite 500 Dallas, TX 75201

214-303-6205 chrislindhart@beckgroup.com

Dean McCormick Director Design & Constr.

Iowa State University Facilities Planning & Mgmt. 200 General Services Ames, IA 50011

515-294-0564 dmccormi@mail.adp.iastate.edu

Mark McDermott Project Manager

Black & Veatch 11401 Lamar Avenue Overland Park, KS 66211

913-458-8135 mcdermottma@bv.com

T. J. Meiners Electrical Engineer/ Project Manager

Nelson Electric Company 618 14th Ave SW, P.O. Box 967 Cedar Rapids, IA 52406

319-366-6257 tjm@nelsonelectric.com

Kent Meyn Director of Project Mgmt.

ACI Mechanical, Inc. 3116 S. Duff Avenue, PO Box 192 Ames, IA 50010

515-232-1236 kmeyn@acimech.com

Dave Miller Senior Vice President

The Waldinger Corp. 2601 Bell Ave, PO Box 1612 Des Moines, IA 50306

515-284-1911 dmiller@waldinger.com

Josh Miltenberger Project Manager

Ryan Companies US, Inc. 1501 50th Street, Suite 100 West Des Moines, IA 50266

515-309-8510 josh.miltenberger@ryancompanies.com

Cork Peterson (Emeritus member) Vice President

Peterson Contractors, Inc. 104 Blackhawk Street, PO Box A Reinbeck, IA 50669

319-345-2713 x 204 cork@petersoncontractors.com

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Industry Advisory Council Cont’d Gene Postma President and CEO

Western States Fire Protection Co. 7020 S. Tucson Way Centennial, CO 80112

303-792-0022 gene.postma@wsfp.us

Matt Ralston Princ. Asst. Field Operations Mgr.

Burns and McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114

816-333-9400 mralston@burnsmcd.com

Dirk D. Schafer President

J.E. Dunn Construction Co. 1001 Locust Kansas City, MO 64106

816-292-8702 dirk.schafer@jedunn.com

Rick Schultze Chief Executive Officer

ARCO Design Build 380 Interstate N. Pkwy, SE Atlanta, GA 30339

770-541-1700 rschultze@arcodb.com

Ken Sorenson Vice President General Mgr., Minn. Office

M.A. Mortenson Co. 700 Meadow Lane N. Minneapolis, MN 55422

763-287-5326 ken.sorensen@mortenson.com

James Stauch Commissioning Engineer

Kiewit Building Group, Inc. 3921 Mason Street Omaha, NE 68105

402-977-5127 james.stauch@kiewit.com

Mike Tousley President

The Weitz Co. 5901 Thornton Ave. Des Moines, IA 50321

515-698-4260 mike.tousley@weitz.com

Brian Wessels Project Manager/Estimator

Greiner Constr. Co. Bldg. Div. Northstar Center West 625 Marquette Ave Ste 840 Minneapolis, MN 55402

612-338-1696 bwessels@greinerconstruction.biz

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Construction Engineering Personnel Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Iowa State University 456 Town Engineering Ames, IA 50011-3232 515-294-2045 (phone) 515-294-3845 (fax) ConE 488. Construction Engineering Design II. (F’12) Integration of previous construction coursework into the planning, scheduling, and management of time, costs, and other resources. Emphasis on preparation and analysis of network schedules. Comprehensive planning and scheduling project. Computer project management applications. CE 594N. Special Topics in Industrial Construction. (Fall 2012 only) This is a multiuniversity involved class broadcast from the Construction Industry Institute (CII) at the University of Texas. The course content explores the CII best practices through industry professional lecturers. In addition:  Member of the Alumni Board.

Baker, Jenny Lecturer

455 Town Engineering 515-294-6781 jzbaker@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Jenny instructed: ConE 353. Electrical Systems in Buildings. Comprehensive coverage of building electrical systems including power, lighting, fire alarm, security and communications. Analysis techniques and design principles for each system. Required comprehensive design project for a major building project. In addition:  Co-adviser for National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Becker, Timothy Lecturer

451 Town Engineering 515-294-5403 tcbecker@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Tim instructed: CE 306. Project Management for Civil Engineers. (F’12) Project management, including work breakdown structures, cost estimating, scheduling, and project control. Civil engineering project life cycle, including planning, design, construction, and maintenance processes. Techniques in interpretation of contract documents, plan reading, and in estimating quantities. ConE 380. Engineering Law. (summer and on-line sections). Introduction to law and judicial procedure as they relate to the practicing engineer. Contracts, professional liability, professional ethics, licensing, bidding procedures, intellectual property, products liability, risk analysis. Emphasis on development of critical thinking process, abstract problem analysis and evaluation.

Cormicle, Larry Senior Lecturer

454 Town Engineering 515-294-8299 cormicle@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Larry instructed: ConE 121. Cornerstone Learning Community: Orientation to Academic Life. Integration of first-year and transfer students into the engineering profession and the Construction Engineering program. Assignments and activities completed both individually and in learning teams involving teamwork, academic preparation, and study skills. Introduction to construction industry professionals. Teamwork topics include interdisciplinary teamwork, skills for academic success, diversity issues and leadership. Introduction to organization of program, department, college, and university. Overview of faculty, staff, policies, procedures and resources. 9


Application of engineering and management control techniques to construction projects. Construction project control techniques, equipment selection and utilization, project administration, construction process simulation, Quality Management, and productivity improvement programs. CE 595. Research Methods in Construction Engineering and Management. Assigned readings and reports on research methods to solve construction engineering and management problems such as robotics, project controls, automation, etc. Identification of research methods and priorities, selection and development of research design, and critique of research in construction engineering and management. In addition:  Chair of Graduate Student program  Faculty Tenure and Promotion Committee  Faculty Awards Committee

ConE 122. Cornerstone Learning Community: Orientation to Professional Life. Continuation of ConE 121. Integration of firstyear and transfer students into the engineering profession. Career preparation, professional ethics, construction research, leadership. Introduction to construction industry professionals including how they interact with engineers in other disciplines. Continued introduction to program, department, college, and university organization. Overview of faculty, staff, policies, procedures and resources. ConE 441. Construction Planning, Scheduling, and Control. Integration of previous construction coursework into the planning, scheduling, and management of time, costs, and other resources. Emphasis on preparation and analysis of network schedules. Comprehensive planning and scheduling project. Computer project management applications. ConE 488. Construction Engineering Design II. Application of team design concepts to a construction engineering project. Project planning. Advanced construction and project management. In addition:  Coop/Intern Adviser  Adviser for Associated General Contractors student chapter  Coach for Associated Schools of Construction  Student Competition Teams  Chair of the ConE Curriculum Committee  Department representative, Scholarships and Awards Committee  Adviser for the National Association of Home Builders student chapter.

Hartmann, Beth Lecturer

450 Town Engineering 515-294-8190 bethlin@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Beth instructed: CE 485. Civil Engineering Design I. The civil engineering design process, interacting with the client, identification of engineering problems, development of a technical proposal, identification of design criteria, cost estimating, planning and scheduling, codes and standards, development of feasible alternatives, selection of best alternative, and delivery of oral presentations. ConE 487. Construction Engineering Design I. The integrated delivery of project services as a team, including preliminary engineering design process, constructability review, interaction with the client, identification of engineering problems, development of a proposal, identification of design criteria, cost estimating, planning and scheduling, application of codes and standards, development of feasible alternatives, selection of

Gransberg, Doug Professor

494 Town Engineering 515-294-4148 dgran@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Doug instructed: CE 502. Construction Project Engineering and Management. 10


best alternative, and delivery of oral presentations CE 490/ConE 490. Green Energy Challenge. The integrated delivery of project services as a team, including project selection, site visit and assessment, technical analysis (lighting, energy usage, photovoltaic and wind energy, and electric vehicle charging stations), project management (schematic estimate and schedule, financing plan), and proposal writing. In addition:  Faculty Co-Adviser, National Electrical Contractors Association student chapter  Coach, ELECTRI International Foundation Green Energy Challenge 2013 Team  Faculty Leader, Leadership Pillar, E2020 Scholars Program  Member, College of Engineering Academic Standards Committee  Assistant Mentor, ASCE Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Teaching Workshop  Author, Construction Depth Practice Exams (CECNPX). Belmont: Professional Publications, Inc., 2012.  Author, “Engineering Leadership Education: From the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps to Iowa State University.” Toward a New Engineering Education Consensus: Ideas from Industry and Academia for Inculcating and Fostering Leadership Skills. Bernard M. Gordon. Danvers: Gordon Foundation, 2012. 143-150. Print.

process, abstract problem analysis and evaluation. Jahren, Chuck 458 Town Engineering Professor-in-Charge 515-294-3829 cjahren@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Chuck instructed: CE 306. Project Management for Civil Engineers. Project management, including work breakdown structures, cost estimating, scheduling, and project control. Civil engineering project life cycle, including planning, design, construction, and maintenance processes. Techniques in interpretation of contract documents and in estimating quantities. ConE 322. Construction Equipment and Heavy Construction Methods. Selection and acquisition of construction equipment. Application of engineering fundamentals and economics to performance characteristics and production of equipment. Heavy construction methods and economic applications. ConE 381A. Bidding Construction Projects I: Heavy and Highway. Team development of construction process designs and cost estimates for transportation construction projects under closely simulated conditions. Examine project sites, consult with construction industry mentors, obtain subcontractor and supplier quotations, and submit bids. CE 505. Design of Construction Systems. Advanced design of concrete formwork and falsework systems. Design for excavation and marine construction including temporary retaining structures and cofferdams. Aggregate production operations, including blasting, crushing, and conveying systems. Rigging system design. CE 594E. Project Controls. Some topics have a set number of credits and some topics have the number of credits vary. CE 594F. Computer Applications for Project Controls.

Hunacek, Mark Lecturer

486 Carver 515-294-8167 mhunacek@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Mark instructed: ConE 380. Engineering Law. Introduction to law and judicial procedure as they relate to the practicing engineer. Contracts, professional liability, professional ethics, licensing, bidding procedures, intellectual property, products liability, risk analysis. Emphasis on development of critical thinking 11


Some topics have a set number of credits and some topics have the number of credits vary. In addition:  CCEE Administrative Council  ConE Curriculum Committee

Overview of faculty, staff, policies, procedures and resources. ConE 122. Cornerstone Learning Community: Orientation to Professional Life. Continuation of ConE 121. Integration of firstyear and transfer students into the engineering profession. Career preparation, professional ethics, construction research, leadership. Introduction to construction industry professionals including how they interact with engineers in other disciplines. Continued introduction to program, department, college, and university organization. Overview of faculty, staff, policies, procedures and resources.

Jeong, David 326 Town Engineering Associate Professor 515-294-7271 djeong@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 David instructed: ConE 421. Construction Estimating. Conceptual estimating. Bid preparation for buildings, highways, heavy, mechanical trades. Estimating costs for material, labor, equipment, overhead, and profit. Quantity surveys, unit costs, production rates, and pricing methods. Subcontract bid analysis and bid procedure. Cost analysis and cost control. Electronic quantity take off and pricing methods. CE 503. Construction Management Functions and Processes. Analysis of critical construction management skills. Analysis of organizational systems related to construction management. Case studies. Analysis of theories of motivation, planning, leadership, organizational change, etc., as they relate to field construction operations.

Greetings, It is hard to believe that another year has gone by. This past year was another extremely busy as well as rewarding one for me. In the past year, I have continued my role as the peer mentors supervisor. In this role, I have continued playing a more active role in mentoring the peer mentors. I was also instrumental in overhauling the second semester of learning community and could not have implemented all of the changes without the support and cooperation of the peer mentors. I am really excited to continue my work in the learning community as it continues to grow, change and become a successful part of the ConE undergraduate experience at ISU.

Mauro, Kristin 382B Town Engineering ConE Academic 515-294-2744 Adviser kmauro@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Kristin instructed: ConE 121. Cornerstone Learning Community: Orientation to Academic Life. Integration of first-year and transfer students into the engineering profession and the Construction Engineering program. Assignments and activities completed both individually and in learning teams involving teamwork, academic preparation, and study skills. Introduction to construction industry professionals. Teamwork topics include interdisciplinary teamwork, skills for academic success, diversity issues and leadership. Introduction to organization of program, department, college, and university.

I have also continued to participate in committees at the college and university level as well as becoming more active in leadership roles within my professional organizations. Through these experiences, I continue to learn how important the ConE learning community is and the impact this sense of community has upon our undergraduates. It is this sense of community that I hope to continue fostering in the years to come. One way I continue to do this is through our peer mentoring program. In the past several semesters I have begun meeting with peer mentors one on one to discuss any concerns they are having as well as to getting to know them on a personal level. Additionally, we read a leadership book each semester as a way to 12


provide professional development to the peer mentors.

successes at both the NACADA regional and national conferences in 2013-14.  Submitting a proposal to present on the Con E Cornerstone Learning Community and its successes as well as the Map-Works survey data to the ASHE regional national conferences in 2013-14.  Submitting a proposal to present on the Con E Cornerstone Learning Community and its successes as well as the Map-Works survey data to the AERA (American Educational Research Association) regional and national conferences in 2013-14.

Lastly, I am ecstatic to report that I successfully completed my doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies this summer. Throughout the remainder of the summer, I will work on an Executive Summary of my dissertation. It is my goal to use what I have found to impart institutional change at ISU as well as increase the awareness regarding the important role that academic advising plays during one’s undergraduate career. Therefore during the 2013-2014 academic year, I will continue expanding my research resume and using my findings to improve the undergraduate experience at ISU. In addition:  Advised approximately 150 students, served as back-up to faculty advisers and held refresher sessions for faculty advisers to prepare for registration.  Participated as a member of the Con E Curriculum Committee.  Participated as a member of the College of Engineering’s Advising Committee.  Participated as a member of the Learning Community Assessment subcommittee.  Participated as a member of the Learning Community Peer Mentor subcommittee.  Participated as a leadership team member for the IOWAAN (Iowa Advising Network) as chair of the Public Relations committee.  Reviewed proposal submissions for the NACADA (National Academic Advising Association) regional and national conferences.  Reviewed proposal submissions for the ASHE (Association for the Study of Higher Education) national conference.  Reviewed proposal submission for AERA (American Educational Research Association) national conference. In the future:  Continue partnering with Beth Hartmann to coordinate Con E’s learning community.  Continue supervising and mentoring the Peer Mentor’s.  Submitting a proposal to present on the Con E Cornerstone Learning Community and its

Miller, Catalina 451 Town Engineering Adjunct Instructor 515-294-5403 mmiller1@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Catalina taught: ConE 222. Contractor Organization and Management of Construction. Entry level course for construction engineering: integration of significant engineering and management issues related to construction company operations. Company organization and operations; construction and project administration; construction contracts; delivery systems; insurance and bonding; construction safety; construction labor relations; contract documents. ConE 421. Construction Estimating. Conceptual estimating. Bid preparation for buildings, highways, heavy, mechanical trades. Estimating costs for material, labor, equipment, overhead, and profit. Quantity surveys, unit costs, production rates, and pricing methods. Subcontract bid analysis and bid procedure. Cost analysis and cost control. Electronic quantity take off and pricing methods. Perkins, Brad Senior Lecturer

452 Town Engineering 515-210-9099 bperkins@iastate.edu ConE 241. Construction Materials and Methods. Introduction to materials and methods of building construction and construction drawings. Foundation, structural framing, floor, roof, and

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wall systems. Blueprint reading and quantity takeoff techniques. ConE 251. Mechanical/Electrical Materials and Methods. Introduction to the materials and methods for mechanical and electrical construction systems and drawings. HVAC, water and waste water, power distribution, lighting, and fire protection. Blueprint reading and quantity takeoff. ConE 352. Mechanical Systems in Buildings. Comprehensive coverage of mechanical systems, plumbing, fire protection. Analysis techniques and design principles for each system. Required comprehensive design project for a major building project. CE 594L. Advanced Building Construction Topics. Some topics have a set number of credits and some topics have the number of credits vary. In addition:  Faculty Adviser for Mechanical Contractors Association student chapter

safety; construction labor relations; contract documents. CE 501. Preconstruction Project Engineering and Management. Application of engineering and management control techniques to construction project development from conceptualization to notice to proceed. Determinants of construction project success, conceptual estimating, design and engineering planning for automated construction techniques, constructability review procedures, planning for safety, value engineering. In addition:  Sigma Lambda Chi faculty adviser (construction honor group)  Design-Build Institute of America student chapter  Faculty adviser  Member of ConE Curriculum Committee Turkan, Yelda 428 Town Engineering Assistant Professor 515-294-7539 yturkan@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Yelda taught: CE 594S. Special Topics Construction Engineering and Mgt.: Building Information Modeling. Senior/graduate level course for construction and civil engineering: integration of previous construction/civil engineering coursework into Building Information Modeling (BIM), BIM Applications and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). BIM process within and between various organizations; BIM applications in civil and construction engineering domain; emerging sensing and visualization technologies such as LIDAR and photogrammetry, and their integration into BIM; use of commercial software (Autodesk Revit/Tekla). In addition:  Search committee for the CCEE Department Chair, Fall 2012  Search committee for Clinician for the CCEE Department, Spring 2013  Member of Transportation Research Board  AFB80 – Geospatial Data Acquisition

Plymesser, Cliff Lecturer

451 Town Engineering 515-450-2357 cplymess@iastate.edu ConE 340. Concrete and Steel Construction. Planning and field engineering for concrete and steel construction. Design and applications of concrete formwork to construction. Erection of structural steel. Emerging industry themes.

Shane, Jennifer 498 Town Engineering Associate Professor 515-294-1703 jsshane@iastate.edu In 2012-2013 Jennifer taught: ConE 222. Contractor Organization and Management of Construction. Entry level course for construction engineering: integration of significant engineering and management issues related to construction company operations. Company organization and operations; construction and project administration; construction contracts; delivery systems; insurance and bonding; construction

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 Technologies in Design and Construction Committee  Co-Chair of FIATECH Element 6 – Project Management and Controls. Wood, Denise Secretary

456 Town Engineering 515-294-2045 dwood@iastate.edu Supports ConE faculty, staff, students, student organizations and advisory council. Handles employment questions. Editor of the Erector Set.

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Faculty Research 2012-2013 construction and consulting industry have expressed their concerns with protecting proprietary as well as sensitive business practices when proposing an ATC for DB projects in particular. Most contracting agencies want to work with their industry partners to develop transparent and fair procedures that treat all proposers fairly and provide their management with a documented process of ATC approval process and its incorporation into the contract award process. ATCs have huge potential for accruing sizable benefits as seen by a Minnesota DOT ATC on a DB bridge project that generated nearly $100 million in savings from the project’s $220 million engineer’s estimate before award.

Dr. Gransberg’s research included: (Annual Year 2013) PI: NCHRP 15-51: “Preconstruction Services Cost Estimating Guidebook,” $425,000. Understanding how to produce accurate preconstruction services (PCS) estimates requires a deep appreciation for the way a public engineering agency develops its construction projects from concept to bid day. While there are many outstanding academic studies on estimating construction costs, most are silent on how to estimate the cost to the agency to reach the point where the construction documents can be advertised for bids. This project will develop a stochastic parametric cost estimating model for use by public agencies to accurately estimate the cost to the taxpayer of developing a highway construction project to the point where a construction contract can be awarded. Dr. David Jeong is the Co-PI.

PI: “Asset Management Program Enhancement Plan: Baseline Assessment.” Iowa DOT $85,348 The Iowa Department of Transportation (IaDOT) has been charged with developing a “world-class” asset management program and must first benchmark their current program before deciding on the path it will take to accomplish that objective. IaDOT wants to develop a plan to enhance its current asset management program by increasing the synergy between the various IaDOT central office technical groups and implementing the recent AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide. In fact, the IaDOT director went on record stating that IaDOT would log a one-time savings of $11 million through its asset management program

PI: NCHRP 10-85: “A Guidebook for Construction Manager-at-Risk Contracting for Highway Projects,” $400,000. Research has found that traditional Design Bid Build (DBB) project delivery creates problems for DOTs when they try to use DBB to accelerate project delivery. While DBB has been successful in many states for accelerating project delivery, it is not appropriate for all projects. States are seeking additional project delivery methods to address risk management, improve schedule delivery, and enable collaboration on design decisions. This research was funded to explore the use of Construction Manager-at-Risk (CMR) to address these issues. The objective of this research is to develop a guidebook for initiating and implementing a CMR project delivery system for highway projects at transportation agencies. Dr. Jennifer Shane is the Co-PI for this project.

PI: “Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery Contracting Guide,” Minnesota DOT Project 2012-221, Minnesota DOT, $87,705. Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts furnish a public owner a contractual mechanism to rapidly expand its capacity to rapidly execute design, construction, and design-build contracts on multiple projects without the need to develop a separate procurement for each project. This research will synthesize state departments of transportation, Federal Lands Highway Division and federal agency IDIQ experience, benchmarking the state-of-the-practice. It will then use a combination of structured interviews with experienced IDIQ project managers and case study research to develop a generic IDIQ framework upon which MnDOT-specific implementation guidelines can be produced to add IDIQ to the MnDOT

PI: NCHRP Synthesis 44-09: “Alternative Technical Concepts for Highway Construction Procurement,” $40,000 Transportation agencies are increasingly requesting alternative technical concepts (ATCs) from the design and construction industries for incorporation in their transportation projects. In many states, the 16


procurement toolbox. The impact of IDIQ will be both broad and effective. Judiciously selected project types to be procured using IDIQ will give MnDOT a capacity to expeditiously react to unprogrammed needs while maintaining a transparent, competitive bidding process. It also furnishes a mechanism to productively utilize yearend funding and furnish a limited initial response to emergency reconstruction requirements without the need to execute a separate procurement.

systems for both design and construction. The project will be completed in August 2012. Co-PI: SHRP2 R-10: “Project Management Strategies for Complex Projects,” $1.65 million Dr. Jennifer Shane leads this project and Dr. Kelly Strong is also a Co-PI. Dr. Gransberg’s primary focus in this project is research into the construction financing aspects of complex projects. The project has developed a 5-dimensional model for complex project management of which finance is one of the dimensions. The project was granted an extension and additional funding to continue for another year.

PI: “Major Equipment Life Cycle Cost Analysis,” Minnesota DOT Project LLRB 2013220, Minnesota DOT, $97,905. Managing an agency’s major equipment fleet is rife with conflicting priorities. One of the most important is the economic trade-off between capital cost of replacing a piece of equipment and the ownership costs of operating and maintaining it the machine in question is retained for another year. Fleet management software based on basic engineering economic theory oversimplify this complex relationship by failing to account for nonfinancial input parameters, such as the agency’s sustainability goals, volatility of fuel prices, actual annual usage rates for seasonal equipment, etc. Thus, the research objective is to develop a robust method permit equipment fleet managers to maximize the cost effectiveness of the fleet by optimizing the overall life cycle value of each piece in the fleet. Dr. Chuck Jahren is Co-PI.

Co-PI: NCHRP 20-02: “Liability of DesignBuilders for Design, Construction, and Acquisition Claims,” $40,000.

Co-PI: NCHRP 10-83: “Alternative Quality Management Systems for Highway Construction,” $500,000.

Dr. Jahren’s research included:

Design-build is generally seen as providing a means to accelerate a project by providing a single point of responsibility for design, construction and related claims. A design-build contracting team typically handles and/or prevents constructions claims based on defective design that arise during and even after construction has been completed. The design-build concept prevents the contractor from disclaiming liability for defects in the project discovered after project completion and acceptance. The research objective is evaluated whether liability for design, construction or acquisition damages is always transferred to the design-builder.

Prototype Course Development using Hybrid Learning Many College of Engineering courses are taught with a passive learning style, because enrollments are too large to allow instructors and TAs to engage students individually or in small groups using highly effective active learning methods and learning efficiency for students is reduced. The objective of this proposal is to develop prototype courses that include hybrid learning that includes a combination of online and onsite content. It is expected that by replacing instructor lead, passive instruction for knowledge development, example problem solutions, and computer software and lab procedures training with online content; the instructional time saved can be used for active learning that fosters achievement of higher levels

Alternative project delivery methods that are applied to highway construction involve selecting the contractor before the design is complete and therefore, involving the contractor in the design process. This leads to an application of alternative quality control systems that emphasize contractor quality control and assurance. These new systems allow owners to have confidence through a verification of contractor quality system process. The objectives of this research are to (1) identify and understand alternative quality management systems and (2) develop guidelines for their use in highway construction projects. The research that is being led by Dr. Keith Molenaar of the University of Colorado is using a case study approach to identify successful alternative quality management 17


and reinforces the Iowa State University brand by providing a hands on, personalized and pragmatic education. For example, two 50 minute sessions of passive learning with 40 students could be replaced by four 25 minute active learning sessions with 10 students each. Sponsor: College of Engineering PI: Chuck Jahren Dates: May 1st 2012 thru April 30th 2014

minimum or 3.5 in of hot mix asphalt (HMA) and an unpaved road. This 3.5 in HMA pavement is practical for what is referred to within the State of Minnesota as a 10 ton design. However 69% of the 60,000 mi Minnesota state aid secondary road system have under 1000 ADT (which would be appropriate for a 10 ton design) and 40% of the under 1000 ADT group is actually under 400 ADT; this includes 15,700 land miles. Thus considerable savings would be possible if light surfacing designs could be developed for this group of roads. It would be desirable to provide further information on light road surfacing beyond what is has been provided in past research projects. Sponsor: Minnesota Local Road Research Board

Aggregate Road Surface Rejuvenation Crushed rock and gravel surfaces deteriorate under traffic. During dry and windy conditions, fine particles can blow away as fugitive dust when traffic stirs up the surface, leaving behind a course gradation and with few binding materials. The resulting floating aggregate surface corrugates easily and reduces traction. Under wet conditions, larger particles are tamped into the subgrade while fine particles pump to the surface, leaving a fine gradation that is slippery and prone to rutting and potholes. One approach to remedying these issues is to haul and place a new aggregate surface to cover the problematic surface. However, with aggregate costs and environmental concerns increasing, it would be desirable to reduce the need for new aggregate. The alternative proposed by this project is to analyze the problematic road surface to determine how the existing material could be rejuvenated by blending the existing road surface with new aggregate that has the proper characteristics to bring the resulting surface to the proper gradation and plasticity. Using only the aggregate needed to rejuvenate the existing surface will reduce costs and increase sustainability. Sponsor: Minnesota Local Road Research Board PI: Chuck Jahren Dates: January 30th 2013 thru July 31st 2014

PI: Chuck Jahren Dates: November 15th 2012 thru July 31st 2014 Rapid Bridge Deck Joint Repair Investigation The objective of this investigation is to develop a rapid, effective, and economical approach to repairing and replacing bridge deck joints. Consideration will be given to when in the life cycle the repair or replacement should be made. Alternatives for various levels of traffic maintenance will also be considered. That is, “When is it better to close an area entirely to traffic, so work can proceed more quickly and when should lane closures be used and some traffic be maintained in order to maintain mobility for road users?� Sponsor: Iowa DOT PI: Chuck Jahren Dates: January 1, 2013 thru Dec 31st 2014 Holding Strategies for Low Volume State Routes

Lightly Surfaced Roads; Stabilized Aggregate Applications

The objective of this research project is to assist Iowa DOT in developing strategies for maintaining lower volume highways that are near the end of their service life to a satisfactory level in order to delay the larger expense of rebuilding them. Under this investigation, research assistance will be provided for a pilot project to use holding strategies to extend the life of a relatively low volume state route (IA 93 between Sumner and Fayette IA) with the goal of providing a safe and adequate solution that will not divert investments to preservation

The issue of furnishing all-season surfaces to low volume roads is often neglected to the point that many local jurisdictions are considering the possibility of reverting paved roads to an unbound surface such as gravel, crushed rock or milled asphalt. It would be desirable to consider a light surfacing as an alternative that is halfway between the current MnDOT design criteria which require a 18


projects. Assistance will be provided regarding materials selection, design guidance and comparison observations. Since similar projects may follow in other locations in the state using other methods, care will be taken to fully document the research methodology so it could be repeated in the future Sponsor: Iowa DOT

The benefits or value of various pavement treatments will vary depending on a) the type of treatment, b) when it is applied, and c) the condition of the pavement at the time of application. Also, there exists no universal definition of the benefits from pavement preservation and rehabilitation treatments yet. A well-defined method to measure the benefits or the return value of each treatment option will greatly facilitate the decision makers in determining the right treatment for a pavement. This project develops a structured decision support framework for selecting the most effective and efficient pavement treatment that maximizes the return on investment for Iowa DOT’s pavements. Dr. Gransberg is the Co-PI for this project.

PI: Chuck Jahren Dates: March 1, 2013 thru February 28th 2016 Development and Delivery of Training for 3D Engineered Models for Construction The objectives of this project are to: 1. Assist in the development of a 2-year implementation plan that outlines the approach and strategies that will market and deploy 3D model technology in highway construction with the goal of widespread adoption across the industry. 2. Develop and deliver four 90-minute webinar training sessions to FHWA staff to introduce 3D model technology concepts, and its capabilities and applications in highway construction. 3. Develop and deliver EDC technology training at eight (8) Regional Summits to state departments of transportation (DOT), local government agencies, consultants and contractors to introduce 3D model technology, and its capabilities and applications in highway construction.

PI: “Development of Next Generation Smart Project Management Information System,” KSMA, $102,922. Rapid and reliable decision making and management of construction projects has become very important as the owners of construction projects require fast delivery of their projects. In addition, rapid development of information technologies such as advances in digital data storage technology and devices, better database management systems, and data warehousing technology has changed the way business is executed in many industry sectors. Currently, most contractors in the construction industry use some sort of project management information systems (PMIS) but most of them are desk-top based systems. These desk-top based PMIS has shown some practical limitations in terms of accessibility to the system on jobsite and real-time usability by field engineers and superintendents. As tablet personal computers (PCs) or mobile PCs have become more powerful with improved data storage capabilities and wireless connection abilities, tablet PC or smart phone based PMIS is considered to be an onsite project management system for the future. This project develops a mobile PC based PMIS and evaluates its performance.

The training is intended for mid-level managers that hold positions such as district, county or state construction engineer, project design engineer/manager, on-site resident/project engineer, construction manager, construction inspector and others involved with the day-to-day management and operations of highway construction projects Sponsor: Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), prime contractor to the Federal Highway Administration PI: Chuck Jahren

PI: “Framework for Advanced Daily Work Report System” MATC, $130,529.

Dates: September 1, 2012 thru January 31th 2013

Dr. Jeong’s research included:

Resident engineers or inspectors spend a significant amount of time in recording field activities in the current daily work report or inspector’s daily report system. However, the use of daily work reports is in general only for forensic evidence when there is any

(Annual Year 2013) PI: “Iowa Pavement Asset Management Decision Framework.” Iowa DOT, $120,000 19


legal dispute or claim on the project. The detailed field level work activity data provide rich and invaluable data to produce meaningful information and knowledge to support various decisions throughout the highway project development process and during the operation and maintenance stage as well. However, the current daily work report system is seriously insufficient to meet this need in terms of data attributes, data formats and lack of effective computational algorithms to process the collected data. This project will develop an advanced framework for daily work report system including a) a standard data input structure, b) identification of decisions that can benefit from daily work report data, and c) effective data analysis methods and algorithms to produce required information and knowledge to support various decisions. The research team believes that the findings of this project will truly have a long-term effect on decision making processes of highway projects. Dr. Gransberg is the Co-PI for this project.

related to the ability to integrate the project team across the entire life cycle. The ultimate goal of the research is to develop a comprehensive training and development program to enable project partners to work more cooperatively on such projects. This project has been awarded an extension in time and additional funds to provide additional training and work with several project teams on implementing the findings from this research. Minnesota Department of Transportation: NS220 OCIC Risk Based Engineers Estimate, PI: Jennifer S. Shane Contract: Jan. 2013-Sept. 2014 Project total: $147,797 The review of any bid depends on the reliability of the estimate it is being compared to, making estimates an essential element in the project approval process. Thus, departments of transportation (DOT) should put great effort in the estimates’ preparation as under-estimating can lead to project delays, while over-estimating leads to inefficient use of funds. Since delivering more lump sum projects is an Engineering Services Division strategic initiative in MnDOT and since lump sum items are often more difficult to price, it becomes important to develop an effective practice for consistent cost estimating. Risk-Based Estimating (RBE) combines both risk management and traditional cost estimating to develop an estimate that includes the risk in the project’s cost (1). RBE thus serves as an excellent estimating technique that generates reliable estimates. The objective of this research proposal is to:

Dr. Shane’s research included: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, SHRP 2: R10 Project Management Strategies for Complex Projects (PI: Jennifer S. Shane, Co-PI: Kelly Strong (Colorado State University) and Doug Gransberg Contract: Sept. 2009-Dec. 2014 Project total: $1,650,000 The shift in U.S. infrastructure needs has largely been from building new infrastructure to replace, expand, or renew existing infrastructure. The project management issues involved with infrastructure renewal are markedly different than the issues for new construction, furthering the need for a change in project management approaches to the nation’s infrastructure. Not only are infrastructure renewal projects more complicated by their nature, the situation has been exacerbated by years of underfunded maintenance and replacement. In other words, what would have been a complex process under ideal circumstances has been made even more challenging because of the need for rapid renewal to avert infrastructure failures. The objective of this research is to identify and communicate the critical factors involved in successfully managing complex transportation design and construction projects. One of the key underlying research assumptions is that the ability to successfully manage complexity is directly

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Conduct literature review of RBE. Conduct state-of-practice review of RBE used by DOTs and other construction organizations.  Based on the state-of-practice and literature review conducted, give recommendations on how these practices can be incorporated into MnDOTs business practice. The recommendations reached through this research is anticipated to help the MnDOT estimating team get a better understanding of RBE, and how it could be employed in the MnDOT estimation process. Construction Industry Institute: RT305 Measuring Project Complexity and Its Impacts, Co-PI: Jennifer S. Shane (PI: Stuart AndersonTexas A&M) 20


Contract: Sept. 2012-Sept. 2014 Project total: $240,000 Complexity is a term often used in the construction industry. However, there appears to be no standard definition of what it means or how to measure it. Intuitively, the construction industry knows that project complexity has an impact on project delivery, project management practices, and project performance. Complex projects demand an exceptional level of management and the application of systems developed for ordinary projects have often been found to be inappropriate for complex projects. Construction research has, in some cases, demonstrated that complexity does impact projects. Projects have certain critical characteristics that determine the appropriate actions to manage them successfully. Project complexity is one such project characteristic or dimension impacting project development and management practices. The purpose of this project is to develop a methodology (including potential tool(s)) to help organizations identify, measure, and respond to project complexity to hasten organizational change in behavior and increase the likelihood and/or predictability of achieving desired outcomes.

Dr. Turkan’s research included: Dr. Turkan joined the ConE faculty in Fall 2012. Her research interests include Automated and Integrated Project Delivery; Building Information Modeling (BIM)s for Visualization and Project Management; Computer-aided Facility Management/Integrated Facility Management; Data Fusion and Data Integration applications for Construction Engineering; Remote Sensing applications for Construction and Infrastructure Management; Virtual Design and Construction. In Fall 2012, she got involved in Federal Highway Administration Every Day Counts innovation initiative on 3D Engineered Models for Construction. This initiative resulted in a two year implementation plan for FHWA activities that encourage more widespread adoption and use of 3D engineering models by State DOTs.

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Past ConE Personnel My best to everyone - if you are ever in the Milwaukee area, please give me a call. Finally, I am always looking for folks to come in and guest lecture!

Chase, Gerald W. Assoc. Prof. Emeritus 1707 Northwestern Ames, IA 50010 515-232-0150

My best!

Federle, Mark McShane Chair in Construction Engineering and Management Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering Marquette University 257 Haggerty Engineering Hall PO Box 1881 Milwaukee WI 53201-1881 414-288-4531 Fax 414-288-7521 mark.federle@marquette.edu

Mark Ferree, David Assistant City Attorney Des Moines International Airport 5800 Fleur Dr. Des Moines, IA 50321 daferree@dsmairport.com dferree@justice.com Jaselskis, Ed Jimmy D. Clark Distinguished Professor Construction Engineering and Management Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering 224 Mann Hall North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695 919-515-1158 Fax: 919-515-7908

All: I have now been at Marquette for 5 years. We are still awaiting the final word from ABET for what will hopefully become the 13th accredited Construction Engineering program in the country. The student chapter had the great fortune of hearing Shane McFadden, a 1994 ConE grad from Iowa State speak in March – it would be great to have more former students wanting to present to the students here at MU. I’ve also had the opportunity to see Jen Spence a couple times as my consulting travels are providing the opportunity to travel across a bunch of cities in the US.

Greetings from warm sunny North Carolina. It’s hard to believe that two years has gone by since leaving Iowa State. My family has settled in the Chapel Hill/Durham area and we really like it here. This past year, I took over as coordinator of the construction program at North Carolina State University and am currently the advisor for the AGC student chapter. A memorable highlight for me this past spring was the course that I hosted with several other universities teaching students about Global Construction Practices which included universities in China, India, the UK, and Canada. Students learned about common construction practices in other countries using a combination of live and pre-recorded media. Pertaining to research, I completed a Construction Industry Institute research project related to investigation leading practices for estimating, controlling, and managing indirect construction costs. If you are ever out in North Carolina, please give me a call—I would love to catch up on how you are doing.

Sarah has completed her second year of law school at St. Thomas in the Twin Cities. Jackson will be a senior at Marquette University and is working as a social media intern this summer. He definitely enjoyed MU making the Elite 8 this past March. Braeden will be a high school senior and has made it all year (knock on wood) without an injury (refer back to the last couple Erector sets to understand that accomplishment). He is participating in the Olympic Development program for soccer (as a keeper), and played in the national tournament this past March. He also seems interested in either Chemical or Civil Engineering! Michele is busy teaching in the same high school that Braeden attends. 22


My contact information is as follows: Ed Jaselskis North Carolina State University Email: ejjasels@ncsu.edu Phone: 919-515-1158 Cell: 515-231-6724

Rowings, Jim VP and Chief Learning Officer Kiewit Corporation Kiewit Plaza Omaha, NE 68131 Greetings to all. It has been a few years since I sent in an update. We have firmly settled back into Omaha after our adventure in Boston. It is hard to believe that Kiewit University has been up and running for over five years. In fact we have experienced significant growth and changes in the way we deliver learning and support career development for our employees. And more change is coming. I have found I am wired to embrace change and feel challenged to drive it in our organization. We still have a large part of our instructional program delivered in the classroom, but also use virtual (video conferencing), eLearning, KiewitonDemand videos, and other online resources. In the next year we will add mLearning (mobile Learning) to our channels.

Jellinger, Tom C. Professor Emeritus 103 Concordia Dr. Bella Vista, AR 72715 479-855-1030 tcjrej@yahoo.com Greetings from Arkansas! Hard to believe that another year has come and gone. As for me, I’m fixin’ to be 90. I never really figured on living that long but of course, we don’t have the final say so on something like that! My life continues at a fairly modest pace. Unfortunately, no more golf. Trying to restrict travel as much as possible. Health wise, there are no complaints. As my doctor in Ames used to tell me, “Tom, you are in pretty good shape for the shape you’re in!”

In January, we recruited Tim Becker (ConE grad and recent instructor at ISU ConE program) to join the Kiewit University Team. As Jerry Chase always told me, "Build with the Best" hire a ConE Alum. We expect Tim to help us lead the industry in our approach to talent development in the coming years.

Great-grandchildren continue to arrive. Each one a blessing! My family is in good health and enjoying life. They come to Arkansas frequently. Still, I wish I were able to see them a bit more often. I do enjoy seeing them in our visits over the internet.

I see these same trends in Universities, but most are stuck in the past. I was proud to learn during a recent visit with Chuck Jahren that he is developing strategy to expand into the online offerings and keeping ISU's ConE program at the forefront with the resources that exist at ISU, I am confident that the program will stay as a preeminent program.

The news from the program continues to impress me. The university is doing a great job in continuing its support of the Construction Engineering program. The job market seems to be healthier. I was pleased to see Cork Peterson elected to the Hall of Fame. It is certainly well deserved.

Our family is all well. LaDona is busy with volunteering at Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha and managing travel plans for the family. Our oldest daughter, Hilary and her husband Alex live in Mankato, MN where she is a physical therapist in the Mayo system and Alex works with the online libraries in Minnesota. We spend as much time as we can with our only grandson, Nolan (18 months) in Mankato. Adam lives in Santa Monica, CA and works in big data analytical for Fandango. He keeps his Chicago band going and plays venues in LA and Chicago. He is putting together a show for New York. Britta teaches circus arts at the Actor gymnasium in Evanston, performs with an improv

I would thoroughly enjoy another visit to the campus but don’t believe that will happen any time soon. If any of you get to northwest Arkansas, please stop in. This part of the state is now a tourist destination with the Crystal Bridges Museum added to the local attractions. My wish for all of you is for continued success in your business and in your life. God Bless, Tom Jellinger 23


comedy troupe at Improv Olympics, and is producing and acting in a show off broadway in October. She is learning the business end of producing, setting up an LLC, fundraising, pushing script development, and dealing with actors like herself. Not sure if this is a launch yet, but certainly making a growth step to understand what a business owner must do to achieve success.

Ward, Ira Assoc. Prof. Emeritus 12401 N. 22nd St. E-305 Tampa, FL 33612-4654 813-910-8807 iward001@tampabay.rr.com

We have been blessed with good health and opportunities in our family and are continually striving for good work-life balance. I wish all you the same in the coming year and hope our paths will cross somewhere along the way. Please keep the Erector Set tradition alive by dropping a line every year. It is great fun to keep up with all you and your family are up to. Russo, John G. Russo Consulting, Inc. P.O. Box 390053 Edina, MN 55439 952-944-7137 (Phone) 952-935-9647 (Fax) Another year has passed at the ever increasing rate that it does when you reach 60. I am still working full time (kind of); if full time includes about three months off and seldom working on Mondays. We (Susan and I) are both reasonably healthy—as are all of our three families and five grandpups. I’m still on the ice (with my seven year old grandson) twice a week. I’m getting older, he’s getting better—he’ll pass me up very soon. It’s hard to believe that the ConE program has been going for over 50 years now. What a tribute to Tom Jellinger, who had the foresight and tenacity those early years to get it launched and successfully going down the road. I have an opening for a good engineer (PE) in my company that is maybe late 50’s or early 60’s and wants to keep going at 1,000 or 1,200 hours a year. Steer somebody my way! Best wishes to the program and alums all over the world. I just E-mail exchanged with Jim Robinson, a 1974 or 1975 grad in Hong Kong where he is an exec with a big Asian firm. And finally, congrats to Joe Gerleman, who beat me to retirement. 24


agricultural base, and so coming back to an environment in the Midwest is a great opportunity.

New Engineering Dean shares vision by Hannah Furfaro, Staff Writer, hfurfaro@amestrib.com

Q: How does ISU’s engineering program compare to Mississippi State’s? A: Mississippi State has strong engineering and agricultural programs, but it’s a broader based university. So they have large programs in other areas as well. Although engineering and agriculture are still a strong part of it, I would say it’s broader in some sense in the academic programs it offers … that’s one of the things I like about Iowa State. There’s a clear, strong focus on engineering, science, and agriculture and there’s so much opportunity in those areas. Q: How do you see research fitting into the engineering program’s future? A: One of the things I think is a strength at many land grant institutions is a focus both on the education of students as well as the strong research programs … Being able to balance the strength in both the education of the students and maintaining that quality of academic programs. After all, we are a university educating students and future generations of leaders. I think you can do that better when you have strong research programs, because you want those undergraduate students excited and engaged in research activities as well as the graduate students.

Sarah Rajala, is the new dean of ISU’s College of Engineering. “I haven’t lived in Iowa before,” Rajala said. “I think it will be a lot like living back at home in Michigan in many ways.” Rajala, 59, is coming off six years as the engineering dean at Mississippi State University and became ISU’s newest dean in April. Prior to working in Mississippi, she worked as a faculty member at North Carolina State University for several years.

Q: How about public-private partnerships? A: One area that there’s opportunity to grow even more in terms of the research side is the partnerships with industry, with start-up companies, with promoting economic development. There’s a strong focus on that at Iowa State already, but although we have strong placement of students as graduates to hiring positions, I think there may be some opportunities to grow research and development types of collaborations that will benefit both the university as well as the companies.

She spoke with the Ames Tribune this week about taking the reins from Jonathan Wickert, who previously served as ISU’s engineering dean and recently became provost at ISU. Q: You’re coming from Mississippi State, but you spent your childhood years in Michigan. What will it be like moving back to the Midwest? A: The culture certainly is quite similar throughout the Midwest. I spent a year on the faculty at Purdue so I think it will actually be quite similar to my experience in West Lafayette. So, I’m looking forward to it. Obviously my roots are from an

Q: Do you have any goals related to increasing gender and racial diversity in the college? A: I’ve focused a lot of attention on broadening participation in engineering, certainly for the underrepresented groups. In engineering that’s 25


women, its underrepresented minorities and that’s something I would certainly like to continue to focus on. We live in a very small world these days and we need to make sure our students are exposed to the broadest possible education … You also have to have role models at the faculty and staff level so I have strong commitment in terms of any new hiring opportunities

toward maintaining and enhancing the department’s strengths. “I feel fortunate to have experienced a satisfying career and I’m excited to be part of a large, dedicated and high-quality department with people who are engaged and share the vision of maximizing our efforts,” Wipf said. Enrollment in the department of civil, construction and environmental engineering department has steadily increased over the last 20 years. There are currently about 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students.

Terry Wipf named Chair of Iowa State’s Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Department

Waterloo's Milt Dakovich named to Board of Regents

AMES, Iowa – Terry Wipf has been named chair of the civil, construction and environmental engineering department for Iowa State University’s College of Engineering. Wipf has served as interim chair of the department since August 2011.

June 04, 2013 • By JIM OFFNER

Rep. Bruce Braley, D-Waterloo, (below) speaks with Milt Dakovich of Waterloo before a Rotary Club of Waterloo meeting Monday, Oct. 25, 2010 in Waterloo, Iowa. (MATTHEW PUTNEY / Courier Photo Editor)

Wipf has demonstrated a long and productive career at Iowa State where he received the College of Engineering David R. Boylan Eminent Faculty Award for Research in 2000, and was named the Pitt-Des Moines Professor of Civil Engineering in 2002. He has held multiple leadership positions within the department and college, as well as at the national professional level. Wipf served as the director of the Bridge Engineering Center and co-director of the National Center for Wood Transportation Structures housed at the Institute for Transportation. These positions allowed him to work on research in bridge engineering, nondestructive evaluation, structural health monitoring and advance materials and construction methods where he developed an excellent research portfolio.

Regents mark new era, elect Rastetter president

“Terry has provided strong leadership as interim chair of the department and we look forward to that leadership continuing,” said Mufit Akinc, interim dean of the Iowa State College of Engineering. “He has created a positive and collaborative atmosphere and enjoys extremely strong support from the department faculty, staff and students. Terry’s vision will continue to advance the department and our college.”

IOWA CITY, Iowa --- The new University of Northern Iowa president was in good company Wednesday in Iowa City. DES MOINES --- With a five-year plan of building projects planned for Iowa’s major universities, Milt Dakovich says he brings some important credentials as one of two newly appointed members of the Iowa Board of Regents.

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On Tuesday, Gov. Terry Branstad announced Dakovich, owner of Waterloo-based construction company Aspro Inc., will fill one of two vacancies on the nine-member Board of Regents, which oversees the state’s three public universities.

“We build roads for a living, primarily those are a public function, so I understand that type of contracting,” he said. Cost savings in contracts are another area of expertise Dakovich will bring, he said.

“My strong suit is construction; that’s what I’ve done my entire career,” said Dakovich, 58, who holds civil engineering and construction engineering degrees from Iowa State University. “The regents over the next five years have a billiondollar construction program, and that’s where I feel I can have some impact, because that’s what I’ve done over my career.”

“I’d like to think so, for the most part in the public arena,” he said. “The arena is already set up with the low-bid system.” When asked how long he had been interested in serving on the Board of Regents, Dakovich said he “couldn’t put a date on that.” But he said his interests goes back a long way.

Dakovich, a native of Des Moines, has been with Aspro since 1977, originally hired as an engineer.

“I’m a product of public education; I went to Iowa State, and that would be quite some time ago,” he said. “One of the regents schools is here. I’ve been paying attention a long time.”

Branstad appointed former state Sen. Larry McKibben to fill the other board vacancy. The appointments, which are subject to state Senate approval during the 2014 Legislature, came after appointments of current board member and former president Craig Lang and new designee Robert Cramer failed to garner the two-thirds majority required for confirmation. Branstad made the appointments in advance of the next regents meeting scheduled for today. Dakovich will be the seventh resident of Waterloo or Cedar Falls — the 18th from the Cedar Valley region — to serve on the Board of Regents since 1909 and the first since University of Northern Iowa student Jenny (Rokes) Connolly, from Cedar Falls, served as a Student Regent from 2004 through 2008. Beverly Smith of Waterloo served on the board from 1995 to 2001. Betty Jean Furgerson of Waterloo was a regent from 1989 to 1995. Also David Neil of La Porte City, a former president of United Auto Workers Local 838 in Waterloo, served from 1999-2005, followed by six years as state labor commissioner. Regents are appointed to six-year terms. Aspro specializes in road construction, and Dakovich said he will bring valuable insights into public contracting to the regents.

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Cornerstone Learning Community Lucas Johnson April 23, 2013

Construction Engineering 122 Construction Engineering 122 is the second half of a yearlong learning community. This class has given the incoming freshman and transfer students an excellent look at what they can expect in the future, both within the program and after graduation. After this class the new students will most certainly know if they are in the major that suits them best. The wide variety of topics keeps the class interesting and eye opening for the students that have limited experience with construction coming into the program. As always, older students that have the necessary knowledge and leadership skills to mentor the incoming students lead the class, which makes them very relatable. In addition to having group projects, listening to construction related presentations, and befriending fellow peers, this year the new students were exposed to “tricks of the trade.” “Tricks of the trade” comprises of a presentation given by peer mentors as they share tools and resources that have been extremely beneficial to their scholastic success here at Iowa State.

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ConE Internship Program The participation in the internship/coop program by construction engineering students for the summer of 2013 has one hundred twenty (120) students participating. This is a slight decrease from the record number for the summer of 2012 enrollment and an increase of over 100% since our low in 2006.

http://www.engineering.iastate.edu/ecs/internships/ The intern/coop program is provided at no cost to either the student or the employer. The reporting is simplified and is paperless using a web-based reporting system. Students and employers will find the reporting process quick and easy at the end of the student’s intern/coop work period.

Many of you have been hiring our construction engineering students for years as summer interns, with great success in hiring new graduates a year or two later. My personal thanks to all alumni and their employer for your continued support of the intern/coop program by recruiting and hiring our construction engineering students. For those of you that have yet to recruit our students for intern assignments, consider adding our program to your hiring goals and begin recruiting this fall for next summer’s interns. With our undergrad enrollment at almost 320 students, you will find almost every student looking for that intern position.

We are asking all students that have a summer intern position to formally sign up for the internship program. Many students that work the three summer months as an intern have elected to not sign up for the formal program. In the ever tightening budget situation at ISU, the more we can document the summer intern experience, the more successful we will be in obtaining the financial resources for our program. As employers we ask that you strongly encourage your intern employees to participate in the formal intern/coop program. Their involvement begins with a short meeting with me as the faculty advisor of the intern/coop program. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

The internship and coop program for construction engineering students is a great way for employers to begin recruiting our future grads. Many of our recent graduates accepted their first job with an employer that they worked for at least one term as an intern.

Just as a side note, for the entire College of Engineering there are 808 summer intern/coop engineering students enrolled for the summer of 2013. The construction engineering total of 120 comprises 15 percent of the entire College of Engineering summer intern students. Yet the Con E undergraduate enrollment of 320 last spring semester is only 4 percent of the total undergraduate enrollment in the College of Engineering.

Many employers prefer to hire students as interns for either a summer, or for an eight month period covering either the spring and summer semesters, or the summer and fall semesters. Whether a three month summer only, or an eight month two semester term, employers are increasing finding this intern or coop arrangement the best way to find future new graduates.

Larry W. Cormicle Faculty Advisor for Intern/Coop Program Construction Engineering

The intern/coop program is administered by Engineering Career Services within the College of Engineering. Check out the below web site for more information for employers:

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Fall 2012 ISU Tailgating Fun Prof. Chuck Jahren enjoying tailgating before a Cyclone football game with ConE alumni.

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Jennifer Shane – Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award September 10, 2012 by Chris Neary

“The rapid IT advancements in data collection methods, digital data storage technologies, and database management systems are contributing to huge growth in our capability to both generate and store project data. This change requires us to think fundamentally differently in planning, managing, and delivering construction projects, and it creates a huge opportunity,” says Jeong.

We place an emphasis on the success and professional advancement of our faculty. An important aspect of that is recognizing our early career faculty, like Associate Professor Jennifer Shane, for their exceptional work. On September 6, 2012, we recognized Dr. Shane with a 2012 Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award. Dr. Shane has served as the principal investigator (PI) on seven research projects and Co-PI on five for work in the areas of project management and highway work zone safety. She has been very successful in securing highly competitive projects totaling more than $2.4 million. The impacts of these projects include guidebooks, training courses, policy changes, and improved industry practices. Her research has resulted in 14 journal articles and 24 conference proceedings.

Jeong’s research demonstrates that trend by discovering the meaningful relationship between data collection, information generation, and decision making throughout the life cycle of the project. In a project he considers the most rewarding of his career, Jeong and his research team formulated a structured model to explain the aging pattern of water and wastewater pipelines.

In the photo, Dr. Shane is pictured with Interim Engineering Dean Mufit Akinc.

“Just like highways and other civil infrastructure systems, these linear underground infrastructure assets are suffering from deterioration and aging. Utility organizations desperately need a guide and a tool to effectively intervene the aging process to extend the life of these assets and provide satisfactory service to their customers,” says Jeong. “Some of the earlier models developed in the past did not pay attention to what utility agencies really need.”

Jeong takes Construction Industry forward with IT Advances October 17, 2012 by Laura Millsaps Hyung Seok “David” Jeong, who joined the College of Engineering as associate professor in CCEE in August, 2012, believes construction engineering is facing a huge leap forward in the 21st century as the industry learns to take advantage of innovations in information technology.

In another project, for which he earned a 2010 Construction Industry Institute Outstanding Researcher of the Year Award, Jeong conducted a nationwide study of competencies for construction 31


estimators. The first-of-its-kind study analyzed the gap between current and desired competencies.

functional characteristics. Integrating it into construction practices is something Yelda Turkan will continue to emphasize in her research and teaching as a new assistant professor in the College of Engineering’s civil, construction, and environmental engineering department.

“The results showed that estimating competencies involve more than reading drawings, quantity takeoff, number crunching, and spreadsheets; rather, the research made it clear that estimators need to possess a combination of skills, knowledge, and personal attributes,” says Jeong. “Because the team’s research products address the projected shortage of field estimators with practical guidance on career development for estimators, our work stands to make a crucial and enduring contribution to the industry.” Before he joined Iowa State, Jeong was an associate professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Oklahoma State University. During his seven years as an assistant and associate professor, he earned several top awards, including the 2007 Chi Epsilon Outstanding Teacher of the Year. “Receiving that award was especially rewarding to me because it is determined by a group of academically outstanding civil engineering students,” says Jeong. “The most enjoyable part about interacting with students is when they challenge me and when they ask me something I have never thought about. Those questions have always been good motivators for me to stay current on course topics and enrich course materials.”

Turkan’s interest in BIM began while she was earning her PhD in civil engineering at the University of Waterloo (Canada). There she studied under Professors Carl T. Haas and Ralph Haas, and worked on automation in construction progress tracking using 3-D imaging technologies and 4-D BIM. Building a foundation for her doctorate, she earned a MS in satellite communication and remote sensing and a double BS in civil engineering and geomatics engineering at Istanbul Technical University (Turkey). Her MS and BS degrees were earned in 2006, 2005, and 2003, respectively.

Jeong earned a PhD and MS in civil engineering with a construction engineering and management concentration from Purdue University in 2005 and 2001, respectively. He also attained a BS in agricultural engineering with a civil engineering emphasis from Seoul National University (Korea) in 1994. In addition to civil engineering studies, Jeong has also earned a graduate certificate in applied management principles from Purdue University.

BIM technology constructs virtual models that integrate physical structures, systems, materials, and scheduling into a comprehensive representation of a building project, and is an improvement over traditional project management methods.

Turkan researches ways to streamline Construction Processes

“It’s a new trend in construction engineering, and there is a lot of research being done but only at a few top institutions. The industry is heavily interested in developing the use of BIM because many construction projects typically have cost overruns or scheduling delays. BIM can be used to improve both,” explains Turkan.

October 8, 2012 by Laura Millsaps Building information modeling (BIM) is a relatively new process that involves generating and managing digital representations of a facility’s physical and 32


With research that focuses on construction and infrastructure management, logistics, and transportation, Turkan uses emerging sensing technologies, such as 3D laser scanning, photogrammetry, ultra wideband sensors, and radio frequency identification, to automate construction processes and management activities. The information she gathers through these sensors can provide management data in a more accurate, reliable, timely, and continuous manner.

Miller: Engineering to improve the lives of others October 10, 2012 by Laura Millsaps New construction engineering adjunct instructor Maria “Catalina” Miller has experienced both the challenge and reward of applying her skills in one of the most difficult circumstances, trying to help refugees of armed political conflict.

While 3D imaging-based data collection technologies and automated progress tracking algorithms provide more reliable as-built conditions, BIM can present a virtual digital model for integrating and visualizing the entire life cycle of a project. Turkan says utilizing these systems for project progress tracking and for project quality control significantly helps, and in some cases, now makes it possible to conduct cost-effective assessments and continuously monitor a variety of projects. Turkan, who began her appointment with Iowa State in August, 2012, is bringing her research to the classroom with a BIM course she is in the process of developing. The course, which she began teaching in spring 2013, prepares students for CCEE’s senior capstone design project, a culmination of the undergraduate experience designed to give students real-world engineering experience.

Colombian by birth, Miller has worked with the Colombian Red Cross Society to build basic infrastructure for rural families fleeing civil unrest, the latest in Colombia’s long history. Guerrillas forced thousands off their farms into undeveloped urban areas, where they crowded into temporary living arrangements with inadequate sanitary conditions or sources of safe drinking water.

That kind of challenge is fresh in her own work, since she recently completed her PhD project— researching, gathering data, and analyzing the project progress of a newly constructed engineering building on the University of Waterloo campus, a $55 million project completed in 2010.

“The project included constructing multiuse rooms, bathrooms, schools, and solutions for potable water,” says Miller. “I had to overcome several challenges—I was inexperienced, we were all volunteers, our laborers were volunteers from the community, and transportation and bureaucracy created obstacles.

“These systems can be very challenging to learn while in the midst of a senior project,” Turkan explains. “The course will be designed to provide students a foundation of the BIM skills they will need in advance of their senior year projects, giving them one more resource to help them succeed with their work.”

“But at the end, I had one of the best experiences for my professional and personal development. I realized we can use our education and our passion to help others. The best reward I could get was to 33


see entire communities recover their hopes, which had been lost for so long.”

Gransberg on asset management, which is funded by the Iowa Department of Transportation.

Miller’s professional career began in architecture. She earned a bachelor’s degree in the field from St. Thomas University in Colombia. After her work with the Colombian Red Cross Society, she moved to the US to pursue a master of science in construction administration at Oklahoma University, where she lived near her family members. There she met Professor Doug Gransberg, who later moved to Iowa State to become the Donald F. and Sharon A. Greenwood Professor in the CCEE department. “I have always been interested in the managerial and building aspect of the construction industry, but in Colombia we don’t have construction engineering as a major, so I had to choose between architecture or civil engineering,” she recalls. “Even though I really enjoyed being an architectural student, I didn’t feel my personality was a perfect match. I’m an outside person; I didn’t want to spend most of my working time sitting in front of a computer or drawing table doing designing. I love going to the jobsite, seeing the construction process and equipment, and interacting with people.” Miller then moved to Florida, where she was an adjunct instructor at Everglades University in Orlando. She was also a construction manager in Florida for Lennar Homes. Five years ago, Miller moved to Pella, Iowa, to work for the architectural services department of Pella Corporation. She says each of these experiences has helped build a holistic perspective of construction engineering. “Lennar has a great construction system in place, where homes are built in a short time with great quality and at a great price. The company has a unique way to manage its business where the relationships with suppliers and the training provided to the construction manager are the keys to success,” Miller says. “Working for Pella Corporation allowed me to see the construction industry from the manufacturing perspective.” Miller began her PhD studies in construction engineering this summer and is teaching CCEE construction management courses this fall. As a PhD student, her current research is with Professor 34


Teaching what he knows: Cliff Plymesser brings career to classroom

Plymesser says he is excited to go see the bridge when it’s finished even with that being years down the road. “It’s a proud moment when the formwork I designed is used for a bridge. But seeing it out in action with people using those structures—it’s pretty surreal.” He has been a full-time engineer for eight years and was approached three yea s ago about becoming a lecturer in the civil, construction and environmental engineering department. The lecture Plymesser teaches is a formwork design class, which he created from scratch. “They asked me to write all new material, so I took the first semester week by week,” he says. “But now I have a good foundation, and I really enjoy working with the students.” With only minimal experience in teaching at training courses for EFCO, Plymesser says the transition to lecturer was a bit challenging. His knowledge of the subject matter helped ease him into the process until he became more comfortable, learning the best way to reach his students as he gained more experience.

July 18, 2013 By Eleni Upah

Calling himself a little unorganized in high school, Cliff Plymesser, a 2005 construction engineering alumnus, didn’t spend much time planning for college. He grew up with a love for construction and an interest in engineering, so he decided to combine the two at Iowa State—the only place he applied—and found his career. Plymesser took a job with EFCO, a leading international provider of concrete formwork systems based in Des Moines, Iowa, straight out of college. He began as a project engineer, saying he was “thrown into the mix right away.”

And he’s glad he stuck with it. Teaching is something he loves to do, which he says is because he enjoys what he does for a living. Engineering has given him many opportunities, including chances to network with others in industry.

Without any internships, Plymesser may not have had the same experience as other graduates, but his education at Iowa State was extremely helpful. “Looking back,” he says, “the program really did a great job of preparing me. I use almost everything I learned as far as scheduling and estimating, along with what we learned in the different design classes.”

“I meet a lot of high-caliber people and learn a lot from them about how to manage a project, how to run a project—just how they do what they do and what’s made them so successful,” Plymesser says. “Projects come and go, but you learn the most from people.”

He started out with a few big assignments, including high-rise projects in San Francisco and Chicago. Plymesser was also one of three engineers who designed formwork for the large elevators in the Freedom Tower at One World Trade Center.

He also realized how beneficial it is to find a mentor, which he says is the most important lesson he learned after college. “I found a mentor—Mark Gilbreath—here at EFCO who just really helped me through those challenges, such as getting into a career and learning about the industry and everything I needed to be doing,” says Plymesser.

“It’s a pretty cool experience, being able to say ‘I was a part of that,’” says Plymesser of his many projects. His favorite project, though, won’t be seen in use for several years. He led the design for a 20mile-long elevated bridge to be located on Oahu, Hawaii. While EFCO’s part of the job is complete, construction of the bridge hasn’t started yet.

Finding a mentor is just one piece of advice Plymesser shares with his students. He also tells them to work hard. “It’s not supposed to be easy, so you’ve got to stick with it and work hard until you get it done.” 35


past chairman of AGC of America’s highway and transportation division.

Cork Peterson named to Iowa State Construction Engineering Hall of Fame May 17, 2013 By Chris Neary

“If you were to say ‘Cork’ to anyone in the Iowa construction industry, they would know who you’re talking about,” says Charles Jahren, W.A. Klinger Teaching Professor and professor-in-charge of the Iowa State construction engineering program. Jahren continues to say that Cork’s personable personality has allowed him to network with everyone in the construction industry in Iowa and nationally. Jahren met Cork in 1993 when he joined the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering as assistant professor. Robert Cramer (BS ConE’90), past AGC of Iowa president and president/chief administrative officer at Cramer & Associates, says Cork was “very influential” in getting him involved with AGC of Iowa as a way of giving back to construction industry. Cramer currently works with Cork on the U.S. Department of Transportation’s disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) program, which allows small businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals increased participation in state and local procurement.

Cork Peterson, BS ConE’66 Gale M. “Cork” Peterson, Jr., a longtime supporter and collaborator with the Iowa State construction engineering program, was recently named to the Iowa State University Construction Engineering Hall of Fame.

Cork was officially recognized for his Hall of Fame honor April 26 at the Construction EngineeringAGC of America Iowa State Student Chapter Spring Banquet. A photo and summary of him are placed on the Construction Engineering Hall of Fame wall near the Town Engineering Building northeast entrance on Iowa State University campus.

Peterson joined his business partner, Cordell Peterson, in 1968 to co-own Peterson Contractors, Inc. (PCI), after graduating from Iowa State and serving two years as an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Since then he and Cordell have built PCI as a regional highway construction firm and a national specialty contractor that performs all types of heavy civil construction, except asphalt and concrete paving. His company was instrumental in improving construction efficiencies of the GEOPIER ground improvement system, an internationally preferred method of building foundation systems. Throughout his career at PCI, Cork has served on the Iowa State Construction Engineering Industry Advisory Council, including chairman from 2005 to 2008. He also has been involved with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Iowa in many capacities, including president in 1978. He is 36


Greenlee Leadership Lecture Series: Jim Russell (BSConE’83)

Construction Engineering Alumna named among ENR’s Top 20 Under 40

APRIL 3, 2013 BY CHRIS NEARY

January 2, 2013 By Chris Neary

Karmyn Babcock received a BS in construction engineering in 1998 and MS in civil and construction engineering in 2000. Photo and story courtesy of The Weitz Company. Karmyn Babcock, IT Director of The Weitz Company, Des Moines, Iowa, has been selected by Engineering News-Record (ENR) magazine as an ENRMidwest “Top 20 under 40″ professional. The annual program recognizes young design and construction individuals from the region who have made significant contributions to their professions and communities. Honorees were notified by ENR of their selection on December 20, 2012. Babcock is one of four women on the list to achieve this honor. Full coverage of the honorees will appear in the February 4, 2013, edition of ENRMidwest.

Jim Russell, president of Russell Construction and BSConE’83

The CCEE department hosts the first Greenlee Leadership Lecture, led by Jim Russell, president of Russell Construction and 1983 Iowa State construction engineering graduate. The presentation took place Monday, April 15, 4:10-5 p.m. at Alliant Energy-Lee Liu Auditorium in Howe Hall. All students, faculty, staff and others were welcome to attend. Jim Russell, a 1983 Iowa State construction engineering alumnus, founded Russell Construction the year he graduated from Iowa State. A true entrepreneur, he led his company to The Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies in America twice within the first 10 years of its existence. By 2003 Russell Construction was listed in the Engineering News-Record (ENR) Top 500 Contractors in the U.S. In the inaugural Rich Greenlee Leadership Lecture entitled “Construction Engineering: Leadership and Entrepreneurship,” Jim will summarize the inspiration, challenges, obstacles, and failures he experienced when starting Russell Construction . This free event was a must-see for aspiring entrepreneurs of all kinds. Rich Greenlee is a 1966 alumnus of the Iowa State construction engineering program.

1981 ConE graduate promoted at one of Chicago’s largest construction firms Jim Nissen, a 1981 construction engineering alumnus, was promoted to president and chief operating officer for Pepper Construction Company, recently named Chicago’s largest contractor and No. 12 Best Place to Work in Chicago.

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In January of this year and only 13 years into his career, Ralston was named vice president at Burns & McDonnell. He is also the director of the company’s procurement group.

Construction Engineering Alumnus goes from Intern to Vice President March 14 , 2013 by Eleni Upah

The first seven years of his employment were spent working on construction sites for projects like multiple combined cycle power plants in Michigan and Indiana, the F35 Joint Strike Fighter Program for Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth, Texas, and the Sinclair oil refinery in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The importance of internships and fieldwork is heavily stressed at Iowa State. Some students use them as a means of networking to get their name out in the industry while others simply find one to fill a requirement. Matt Ralston, a 2000 construction engineering alumnus, turned his internship into a successful career.

Ralston was then promoted to assistant manager of construction field operations. He retained this position for six years, during which time he oversaw the company’s site construction staff. Ralston uses the lessons he learned at Iowa State every day at work. “The engineering program solidified working in a group, working in a team, and seeing the whole construction process all the way through,” he says. While he misses working directly with projects onsite, Ralston enjoys observing different aspects of the company as the vice president. “There’s a lot to be said for the rewarding fulfillment that you get with the project cycle,” he says, “but it’s also been rewarding to get people in the right places to succeed and to help the company grow.” Working for Burns & McDonnell has been a satisfying career choice for Ralston, as he has been able to see his own hard work pay off and build relationships with other people in industry.

A native of the Kansas City, Missouri, area, Ralston had his first internship in 1997 within the Construction/Design-Build division of Burns & McDonnell—one of Kansas City’s “Big 3” engineering consulting firms and a Fortune 100 Best Company to Work For.

“The better the company is, the better the people they have across the board,” he says. “So just the opportunity to work for a design and construction firm where we have integrated design and build capabilities has kept it fresh and fun to come to work every day.”

After taking a year off to go to Nashville with his band, Ralston came back to Iowa State and received a second internship with Burns & McDonnell, where he received and accepted a full-time position before the start of his senior year.

The transition from the engineering to the managerial side of business has taken some getting used to, but Ralston says his education from Iowa State prepared him for both aspects.

Starting out in civil engineering, Ralston switched programs his sophomore year. “The opportunity to focus more on the physical applications that the construction side of the business offered piqued my interest and was solidified after I got my first internship,” he says.

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line of work, even though most people think of engineering as a trade with strictly technical skills.

Spring 2013 ConE outstanding senior announced May 6, 2013 by Laura Millsaps

He also believes the reputation and high standard of Iowa State benefitted him. “Without a doubt, I think the curriculum and having top notch professors, challenging work, and a well-rounded program gives you a better skill set,” he says.

Justin Wenger, of Ryan, Iowa, graduated with a degree in construction engineering with an emphasis in building. During his time as a student, he won numerous academic awards, including a Master Builders of Iowa scholarship and a National Association of Women in Construction scholarship. Wenger enhanced his academic achievement with experience as a laborer for Wenger Construction and Jensen Construction; as a project manager and intern for Heartland Finishes; and as an intern for Faithful + Gould. As part of the student chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association, he and his teammates placed third in the national competition of the Green Energy Challenge. And as a member of the student chapter of the Associated Schools of Construction, he co-lead the commercial team to first place in regional competition two years in a row. Wenger also served as a peer mentor and a teacher’s assistant for the CCEE department, as well as in leadership positions with the student chapter of the Associated General Contractors. After graduation, Wenger has accepted a position as a project manager for Seedorff Masonry, Inc. of Des Moines.

To keep up the high standard set by the College of Engineering and to stay involved with Iowa State, Ralston is on the Curriculum Committee of the Construction Engineering Advisory Council that meets twice a year. With excellent classes, memorable professors, and lasting friendships, Ralston says he wouldn’t trade his time at Iowa State for anything. His love for the university has even carried over to his two kids, Elizabeth, 8, and Trey, 4. While they may not be thinking of college yet, he makes sure they are loyal fans by giving them enough Iowa State gear that they definitely know who the Cyclones are. Ralston wouldn’t mind seeing them follow his path to engineering—especially if it led them to Iowa State. “Engineering is a degree and a career path that will be forever in demand, because the world will always need engineers to solve the technical problems in every industry.” But no matter what his kids decide to do, he’s excited to see what the future has in store for them, even if it’s not engineering. “Whatever they do I’ll definitely support them.”

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Ecuador Native Miguel-Andres Guerra

Iowa State CCEE undergrad named FIATECH Scholar

August 3, 2012 By Chris Neary

March 29, 2013 by Chris Neary

Construction engineering 2012 MS graduate and Fulbright Scholar Miguel-Andres Guerra is from Quito, Ecuador. Recently he visited with the Iowa State University International Students and Scholars Office to talk about why he came to Iowa State. Here is the interview:

Duong “Ocean” Van majors in civil engineering and construction engineering (graduates May 2014) at Iowa State.

Duong Van, who goes by “Ocean,” double majors in civil engineering and construction engineering. He is determined to integrate the design of civil engineering with the management of construction engineering into an all-encompassing role in society’s building industries.

Why did you decide to attend college in the U.S.? Because the U.S. has good schools in civil engineering where I can learn a lot that can be used in my country. Also, by studying as a Fulbright Scholar in the U.S., I wanted to learn about other cultures in order to help world peace and progress through mutual understanding.

His passion to pursue this career path has earned him a FIATECH Scholarship and an opportunity to present research at the FIATECH Technology Conference and Showcase March 25-27 in San Antonio, Texas. The scholarship covers more than $2,000 in conference registration, airfare and hotel costs for the country’s leading construction management technology gathering. HAL, Inc., a supply chain company based in Houston, Texas, also sponsors Van to attend the event. Of the few FIATECH Scholars this year, Van was the only undergraduate student to receive the honor.

What have you done to help make Iowa State your home? The people and the faculty members are very helpful; they are very friendly in the different activities. Also, there are many activities hosted by the university that make you feel at home. Ames is a nice city, with a community that has a lot to offer. What is the one thing you would tell an international student about attending a college in the United States? To come to the USA with an open mind and without compromising their own values to learn about this new culture in order to create mutual understanding among cultures.

Van strives to learn all aspects of the construction industry. With an average 16-credit semester course load, he has had time to pursue two internships (Ryan Companies and Turner Construction) and an undergraduate research project with Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Yelda Turkan. “My time management is important if I want to become a 40


great construction manager,” Van said. “Knowing how to balance my time, coursework, and research will make me more competitive in the job market.”

Modeling. Van attributes Turkan to introducing him to industry professionals and the planning required for BIM to be successful.

The research project he works on relates to Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology. BIM is one of the fastest growing trends in the construction industry. The value of using BIM technology for applications such as clash detection coordination, 3D visualization, 4D scheduling and 5D estimating have been recognized in the construction industry. However, the accessibility to BIM models requires a computer or tablet interface controlled by professionals with skills and training in using BIM software. Nevertheless, it is very difficult to train each worker on a job how to use a 3D modeling software and expect them to use it on site at all times. Van uses innovative 3D printing technology to develop physical 3D models from digital 3D BIM models to analyze construction project areas. His research suggests that the 3D printing model, typically made of hard plastic, is easier to work with on a construction site than a computer.

Van was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Van’s father, Duong Ba Van, mentored him on the civil engineering and construction management industries as Duong Ba worked his way up to become president of PN Tech Construction, a construction company based in Ho Chi Minh City. As a boy, Ocean became fascinated with the construction industry. Ocean says that his father’s mentoring opened his eyes to how closely connected civil engineering design and construction management are, and that these industry roles should be more integrated.

CoE student marshal, outstanding seniors named for Fall 2012 Commencement December 12, 2012 By Laura Millsaps Pavel (Pasha) Beresnev, senior in civil engineering, will serve as the College of Engineering’s student marshal for the fall 2012 commencement ceremony held Saturday, Dec. 15. He will be accompanied by Say Kee Ong, a professor in the Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering department. Beresnev doubled-majored in civil engineering and French, and was awarded a High Scholarship Award in both the College of Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for maintaining a grade point average in the top two percent of both colleges. He is a Cardinal Key Honor Society Member, and has been a nominee for both Rhodes and Marshall scholarships.

CCEE Assistant Professor Yelda Turkan stands with Van after his presentation on building information modeling at the 2013 FIATECH Conference March 25 in San Antonio, Texas.

Turkan introduced Van to this project. “One day Ocean came to my office requesting research for his creative component,” Turkan says. “He is innovative in and passionate for new construction technologies and methods.”

Beresnev studied abroad at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, and while there interned in the laboratory for Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology. He worked as an undergraduate research assistant in the ISU Structural Engineering Laboratory, and also completed an internship with Meyer Borgman Johnson in Des Moines.

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Beresnev combined volunteer work with his high academic standards, volunteering as a freshman for Engineers for a Sustainable World to bring rainwater harvesting to a village in India. As president of ESW, he led fundraising for wells in India and an energy audit that identified $10,000 in potential annual savings for a building on campus. During his four years at ISU, he volunteered at Food at First in Ames and the 10,000 Hours Show of Central Iowa, which enlists volunteers for service activities and recognizes them at an annual show.

Hannasch studied abroad at the Ganz University of Technology in Austria. She completed three internships including two at M.A. Mortenson Company, in Minneapolis, Minn., where she will be employed after graduation as field engineer. Maria was also the 2013 Klinger Award winner.

Fifteen from engineering join Cardinal Key society April 29, 2013 By Jessi Strawn

Fifteen students from the College of Engineering recently became members of Iowa State’s Cardinal Key honor society, an organization established in 1926 to recognize students, faculty, and staff at the university for their outstanding leadership, service contributions, scholarship achievements, and character.

After graduation, Beresnev will be joining Boeing’s commercial aircraft group in Seattle, Wash., as a structural design engineer. Outstanding Seniors this year are:      

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Ryan Alley, computer engineering with a second major in music Jonathan Driggs, electrical engineering Brett Ebert, mechanical engineering Alex Feygin, aerospace engineering Meredith Gibson, chemical engineering Maria Hannasch, construction engineering with an emphasis in mechanical and a second major in German Alex Kelly, industrial engineering Jyahao Leong, biological systems engineering, with an emphasis in biorenewable resources and a minor in engineering sales Timothy Pearson, materials engineering with an emphasis in ceramics and electronics, and a minor in economics Jeremy Vittetoe, agricultural engineering with an emphasis in power and machinery

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Maria Hannasch was a dean’s list student recognized as an outstanding senior in her second major, German, and winner of numerous academic scholarships. She was a member of Sigma Lambda Chi, a construction honor society, and Phi Beta Kappa. Hannasch served as president of the student chapter of the Mechanical Contractors Association, and as a role model in the Program for Women in Science and Engineering. She was a tutor in German, and a peer mentor in the construction engineering Cornerstone Learning Community.

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Pavel Brodskiy, senior in chemical engineering Austin Dorenkamp, junior in computer engineering Wyatt Hagen, junior in aerospace engineering Caitlyn Herndon, junior in chemical engineering Amanda Hudson, senior in mechanical engineering Michael Hoefer, senior in industrial engineering Ben Jacobson, senior in industrial engineering Colin Judd, senior in construction engineering Austin Laugen, senior in computer engineering David Litchfield, junior in mechanical engineering Thomas McGee, senior in industrial engineering Kanchana Perera, senior in chemical engineering Grant Riesberg, senior in electrical engineering Sarah Weems, senior in aerospace engineering


Chris Whitmore, junior in materials engineering

In October, their donation efforts continued with a contest, with the grand prizes being the opportunities to shave the heads of volunteer CCEE instructors and teaching assistants. Besonen, a student involved with the contest, got donations from local businesses for the door prizes. With each $1 donation, the buyer could cast a vote for which instructor’s head they would like to see shaved by the lucky winners. On October 29, Hartmann conducted the drawing in the Town Engineering lobby, with prizes not only being the head shavings, but also gift cards for Ames restaurants and other businesses. The contest alone raised $3,031, according to Hartmann.

Iowa State CCEE collects $4K+ for recent alumnus’ cancer battle December 12, 2012 by Chris Neary 2011 civil engineering alumnus Andy Stika battles NonHodgkins lymphoma. Faculty, students and staff have collected more than $4,000 to aid his cancer treatment costs.

Lecturers Beth Hartmann and Matt Rouse get their heads shaved after a voting contest, which garnered about $3,000 in two months. The head shaving took place in the Town Engineering Building lobby December 6.

Members of the Iowa State University civil, construction and environmental engineering (CCEE) community join together to support one of their own as he continues to fight brain cancer. Andy Stika, 2011 civil engineering graduate, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma in March 2012. Recently, faculty, students, co-workers and friends have generated donations to help Stika cover his medical expenses. Whether or not they have met Stika, members of the CCEE community worked together throughout the year to support the civil engineering graduate. “I don’t think I can emphasize how important coming together for a cause like this is,” said construction engineering senior Jes Besonen. “CCEE at Iowa State is a community and family of its own. You learn really fast that this is your second home.”

Besonen and construction engineering senior Alex Grandgeorge won the opportunities to shave Professor Shashi Nambisan’s and graduate student and teaching assistant Hongtao Dang’s heads, which took place on October 29. Hartmann and Senior Lecturer Matt Rouse received the highest number of votes and had their heads shaved by contest winners Thursday, December 6.

Lecturer Beth Hartmann teamed up with one of Stika’s co-workers at Caterpillar, Nathan Lentz (BSCE’11), to raise money by selling T-shirts and wristbands in April. At the 2012 CCEE Welcome Picnic in August, Hartmann, along with many students, sold the T-shirts and bracelets sporting the phrase created to support Stika, “Never Surrender.”

Among many other benefits, Besonen said activities such as this bridge the gap between faculty and students and allow for interaction outside academics. Students are actively involved, knowing that if they were in Stika’s situation, they would appreciate the help. In addition to helping Stika pay for medical expenses, they hope simply knowing 43


that there are hundreds of people cheering him on without ever meeting him will give him strength. “Knowing that people believe in you is a powerful feeling,” said Besonen. To keep the donations coming, graduate student and teaching assistant Kyle Vansice agreed to have his head shaved if the group could collect $500 more by December 3. The group collected $1,100 more, bringing total donations to about $4,100. Stika writes in a blog about his journey battling cancer. On September 3, he said the following after his 24th birthday celebration: “Overall it was not too shabby of a birthday … Team Never Surrender is a pretty (superlative) good team to be a part of. Just a heads (up) for next year when Team Never Surrender is celebrating our win over Cancer!” Check out latest entries at www.caringbridge.org/visit/andrewstika. Andrew Faust, civil engineering senior and friend of Stika, said during his time at Iowa State, Stika was always there to offer helpful advice and a positive attitude. “He contributed a lot to the CE community, and now we can return the favor and support him,” said Faust. Unfortunately Andy lost his battle with cancer in the Spring of 2013.

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State,” said Mufit Akinc, interim dean and James and Katherine Melsa Professor in Engineering. “We are very grateful to the Greenwoods for their long-term commitment to the Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering department.”

Greenwood gift will establish endowed Department Chair in College of Engineering March 13, 2013 by Jessi Strawn Iowa State University’s College of Engineering has established the Greenwood Department Chair in Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering. This prestigious position will further enhance the college’s reputation as an academic leader in educating future engineers. This gift was made possible by Donald and Sharon Greenwood who elevated previous donations to the $2 million level required to fund an endowed department chair. Endowed leader ship positions are used to leverage human and financial resources to intensify the impact of their unit and programs. The earnings may be used on a variety of projects, programs and emerging priorities. The inaugural appointment of the Greenwood Department Chair will occur after fiscal year 2015. This will be the third named endowed department chair in the College of Engineering. “We wish to promote the excellence of the civil, construction and environmental engineering department, and creating this opportunity is a way to call attention and focus to a world-class program,” said Don Greenwood, president of the construction division of Burns & McDonnell – an international engineering, architecture and consulting firm based in Kansas City, Mo. “I’ve had a rewarding career in engineering and construction, and we hope this gift will help others succeed in the same manner.” Don Greenwood, a native of Cedar Rapids, is a 1976 civil engineering graduate of Iowa State and an ISU Foundation governor. In 2003 he received the professional achievement citation in engineering from the College of Engineering. Sharon Greenwood, also from Cedar Rapids, graduated in 1975 from Iowa State with a major in family environment. She works in inside sales at Midtec Associates in Lenexa, Kansas. “The Greenwood Department Chair provides a great opportunity to recruit and retain future generations of engineering leadership at Iowa 45


Iowa State students write NECA’s top green energy plan, again July 17, 2013 By Chris Neary

The 2013 Iowa State NECA Team (from left): Justin Wenger, Lecturer Beth Hartmann, Eric Ryan, Caitlin Weber, Alex Buscher, Katie Maschmann, Alex Toth, Kate Glowacki, Bryan Whitson, Maggie Holt, and Joe Hahn.

construction engineering senior Alex Toth, spring 2013 civil engineering graduate Caitlin Weber, spring 2013 construction engineering graduate Justin Wenger, and spring 2013 civil engineering graduate Bryan Whitson. They call themselves “Cyclone Energy,” and their aim is to develop an energy-saving, cost-saving construction project much like a professional contractor.

For the second year in a row, civil, construction and environmental engineering (CCEE) students of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Iowa State chapter placed first in the written portion of the annual ELECTRI International Foundation Green Energy Challenge. The 2013 Green Energy Challenge summons U.S. collegiate teams, comprised of members of NECA student chapters, to conduct an energy audit of a parking garage on their campuses or in their neighboring communities. Iowa State students chose the Iowa State University Memorial Union Parking Ramp. With extensive study and analysis, the team suggested more efficient lighting systems, electric vehicle charging stations, and solar power systems. They also proposed a financing plan, construction schedule, and evidence of outreach to make the community desire the plan.

CCEE Lecturer Beth Hartmann, a licensed professional engineer and LEED-accredited professional, coaches the team. Also, Iowa Chapter NECA, Metro Electric (Des Moines, Iowa), Baker Electric (Des Moines, Iowa), and Nelson Electric Co. (Ames, Iowa) sponsor them. Students receive additional advice from other construction engineering faculty members, as well as from staff members in Iowa State’s Facilities Planning and Management and the LiveGreen! Initiative. Iowa State, along with University of Washington and Pennsylvania State University, advances to the oral presentation portion of the competition, set to be held at the NECA Convention October 12 in Washington, D.C. Results of the oral presentation and overall national winner will be announced October 13.

Students involved in the top written plan are construction engineering senior Alex Buscher, construction engineering senior Joseph Hahn, construction engineering junior Margaret Holt, civil engineering senior Kate Glowacki, spring 2013 civil engineering graduate Katie Maschmann, spring 2013 construction engineering graduate Eric Ryan,

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National Association of Home Builders has continued to bring the residential construction industry to the student members. Members have participated in several meetings and tours provided by industry professionals. To give members hands-on experience also, one monthly meeting members were taught the proper procedure to build walls with 3 different stud spacing’s. Members also visited job sites in the Des Moines and Ames area. On the tours, members viewed homes being built with pre-engineered panel systems and learned the benefits of this building style. They also toured a custom cabinetry shop and were shown what it takes to build a quality product. Six students also attended the National Home show in Las Vegas this past winter and competed in the Residential Construction Management Competition. Their trip was made possible by several gracious donors. Many of the activities we provide for members are made possible by donors and the Ames Home Builders Association, and the members of NAHB thank you for this.

Figure 1. Tour of the Freddy Court apartments

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Figure 2. Tour of Swan Creek’s custom cabinetry shop

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The DBIA Student Chapter at Iowa State University is a student-run organization devoted to promoting knowledge of design-build and related topics. It is open to any student interested in the integration of both design and construction into a singlesource entity. This school year has been full of various lectures and events for students to attend. Monthly presenters this year have included Snyder and Associates, Ryan Companies, The Walsh Group, Bratney Companies, Permasteelisa, and FEH Associates. The ISU DBIA consists of about 30 active members each year, including students in Architecture, Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering disciplines. Cabinet members for the 2012-13 school year were:  President Tim Van Hiel  Vice President Neil Wysocki  Treasurer Kyle Nelson  Secretary Robbie Greiner  Webmaster Jake Eckard  Architectural Ambassador Dominick Forneris In addition to the monthly meetings the students participated in a variety of other activities. The club sponsored several social events for students including a fall grill out and an FAC at Pizza Pit on Welch Avenue each month. The ISU DBIA also provided job site tours of Iowa State’s new football training facility with Weitz Construction and an Iowa Clinic project in Ankeny with Ryan Companies. In September the chapter volunteered to help at the DBIA-Iowa Chapter annual golf tournament and got the chance to play in the tournament as well. Jobsite Tour of an Iowa Clinic Project with Ryan Companies in Ankeny, Iowa.

Members were able to sit in on a DBIA-Iowa Chapter meeting in October and the chapter sent two students to represent Iowa State at the DBIA National Convention at New Orleans in November. Companies sponsoring the ISU DBIA this year were Bratney Companies, Interstate Systems of Sioux City, and Permasteelisa. If you would like to help sponsor the student chapter or speak at a future meeting please e-mail Neil Wysocki at nwysocki@iastate.edu. Thank you to all of this year’s sponsors, presenters, and cabinet members! For more information please visit our website at http://stuorgs.engineering.iastate.edu/dbia Cabinet Member Jake Eckard at the DBIA National Conference New Orleans

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MCA chapter wins national Chapter of Excellence grant

Iowa), raising $2,600 and fostering networking with students and industry employers.

October 31, 2012 by Chris Neary

For more about the Iowa State MCA chapter, go to http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/mca/homepage.html

The Iowa State University Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA) received the $7,500 Chapter of Excellence Grant, a national award for only the ten best MCA student chapters in the U.S. The first $5,000 of the award goes to student scholarships, which were selectively divided four ways among Maria Hannasch, Tyler Mueller, Aaron Elston and Shawn McKenzie. All student honorees are seniors in construction engineering. The other $2,500 will be used for chapter operations, funding for field trips and travel costs to the annual Mechanical Contractors Association of America Student Chapter Summit or convention. Club Adviser and CCEE Senior Lecturer Brad Perkins attributes the grant award to regular industry events, communication and promotion tools with CCEE students and regional industry, as well as internships and jobs that students get as a result of MCAA student chapter activity. “I am impressed by the high student involvement in the club and interaction with industry companies,” Perkins says. “To win this award out of about 50 chapters nationwide says a lot about our students.” Throughout the 2011-2012 academic year, the club hosted many companies in mechanical contracting, including several for their first mini-career fair in October 2011. In September 2011 they put on a golf fundraiser at The Harvester Golf Club (Rhodes, 50


was a great opportunity to see first-hand how the ISU campus is heated and cooled as well as see the large scale of a power plant.

ISU Mechanical Contractors Association Student Chapter The Fall Semester began with many new faces around the student chapter and high expectations for the year to come. The first major event held by the chapter was the annual golf outing hosted by the Harvester Golf Club in Rhodes, Iowa. It was a great event this year with many companies and students participating. We were all pleased with the turnout and enjoyed a round of golf on an excellent course.

During this semester as well we sent two students to the MCAA national convention in San Antonio, Texas. Derek Kohn and Brandon Bratz attended presentations by contractors and suppliers, had fun with other student chapters from around the country, and listened to the top four presentations

After the great start to the semester with the golf outing, four students – Tyler Mueller, Brandon Bratz, Derek Kohn, and Mark Conniff attended the MCAA student Summit in Kansas City, Missouri. While we were there we were introduced to this year’s student competition and toured the Kansas City Chief’s Football stadium and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. This was a great opportunity to see very interesting and challenging mechanical systems.

Kansas City Chief's Football Stadium

from the student competition we participated in the fall semester.

Besides these events, the student chapter had its regular monthly meetings and submitted a proposal for the MCAA Student Chapter Competition. We placed about in the middle, but everyone put in a great effort and had an excellent learning experience, especially for the few who will be on next year’s team

This year has been a great year for the ISU MCA Student Chapter. Many students have had the chance to share fun and educational experiences as well as advance their careers and futures in our industry through the chapter. Many thanks to the CCEE department, our faculty adviser Brad Perkins, and the MCA of Iowa for making this year possible. We’re looking forward to continuing similar events and traditions in the years to come and continue to make the MCA Student Chapter grow.

'12-'13 MCA Cabinet

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STUDENT FIELD DAY — ENGINEERING STUDENTS, ISU Thursday morning, April 25th was the yearly bricklaying experience for the ISU Engineering Students in the parking lot at Town Hall (Engineering Building) on the ISU Campus sponsored by the Masonry Institute of Iowa. There were approximately 10 work stations and 4-5 students in each station constructing a 2ft x 2ft pier using conFrom right to left -Scott Ellingson, From right to left—Lecturer Brad crete block and brick. Our thanks to Adam Boeckmann, Jeff Forrest and Perkins and his TA, Justin the three bricklayers (Scott Ellingson, Mike Ellingson Wenger, (Zippy) Jeff Forrest, and Mike Ellingson ) who assisted the students in learning masonry skills and proper construction.

Jeff Forrest instructing students

The students also had the opportunity to tour the Bio Renewables Site just south of Town Hall. Adam Boeckmann served as the tour leader with assistance from Weitz Construction. The students divided into two groups and one group toured the site while the other group was brick laying, then they rotated once the first group was done touring. Finally they all finished up brick laying. There were 30 + students along with their Lecturer, Brad Perkins.

From right to left—Mike Ellingson and Scott Ellingson

Our thanks go out to Scott Ellingson who organized this event again this year. Scott did a great job in making it all happen as well as promoting MII. Getting the materials there, the hands-on teaching experience and cleaning up afterwards is a big job but he made it look easy! Materials were donated by Marquart Concrete Products (Marshalltown) & TCC Materials. Equipment was donated by Mike Ellingson and Trowels from United Brick.

Thanks to all who contributed in making this day a success

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Iowa State University

Associated General Contractors Student Chapter

AGC Members smile for first meeting of the new school year

The Iowa State Student Chapter has continued to involve the students in the club in numerous ways throughout the past year. AGC remains Construction Engineering's largest club with 61 active members and continues to grow in order to meet the changing needs of the construction industry. The group has made efforts to improve the education on new advances in the construction industry by improving the courses taken by Construction Engineering Students and providing opportunities outside of the classroom. AGC has become a medium in which all ages and emphases of Construction Engineering Students can meet and share their passion for construction. This past year brought many great opportunities to AGC Student Chapter Members. The organization took 38 members on Thanksgiving Break and 43 members on Spring Break to Jonesborough, Tennessee to help rebuild the homes of families who lost everything they had in a massive flood. The students built three homes in four days on Thanksgiving Break and four homes in five days on Spring Break. The students put in a combined total of 3,492

AGC Members working hard during their Spring Break

community service hours between the two trips. The student chapter hopes to use the heartfelt stories of both trips in their application for the AGC Outstanding Student Chapter of the Year Award. The ISU AGC Student Chapter also took part in many other various community service projects in and around the Ames Community. They poured a concrete slab for an outdoor basketball court, built a picnic shelter, installed a chain link fence, built “Ames Little Libraries�, and collected hundreds of cans to donate, as well as participated in many other projects. ISU AGC continues to fulfill its mission of providing excellent service to the community, promoting camaraderie amongst students, enhancing industry involvement, and providing innovative knowledge to its members through guest speakers. Please check out our website and facebook!

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Construction engineering teams win in Midwest proposal competition

were based on actual construction projects by professional contractors. Teams then give a 20minute presentation to a panel of industry judges. Before the competition, teams were given six weeks to assign project roles and investigate real-world projects – all outside the students’ regular class schedule.

November 7, 2012 by Chris Neary

The winning commercial division team (left to right): Adviser Larry Cormicle; students Daniel Dammann, Dylan Dorsey, Russell Whitney, Alex Toth, Jacob Schaefer and Aaron Elston. The third place heavy/civil division team: Cormicle; students Matthew Decker, Taylor Burgin, Grant Reimers, Joe Winter, Jordan Einck and Joel Robinson.

Three construction engineering (ConE) student teams placed first in the 20th Annual Associated Schools of Construction Region IV Student Management Competition held October 25-27 in Nebraska City, Neb. Iowa State teams in the contest’s commercial, design-build, and residential divisions placed first. An Iowa State team placed third in the heavy/civil category. Twenty-six teams representing 12 universities from Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota competed.

Commercial team’s mock RFP was for a $550 million project for the National Bio and AgroDefense Facility, the 500,000 square-foot laboratory located in Manhattan, Kan. The winning commercial team members are ConE seniors Russell Whitney (team captain), Dylan Dorsey, Aaron Elston, Jacob Schaefer, and Alex Toth, and junior Daniel Dammann. Whitney attributes the team’s win to diligent preparation, including talking to professionals of the construction industry who walked them through a proposal process.

The winning design-build division team: Cormicle; students Tom Gorman, Nick Woodard, Lucas Johnson, Trevor Otto, Brian Hampel and Dane Askelsen (architecture). The winning residential division team: Cormicle; students Michael Donlin, Sean Heintz, Blake Carolan, John Lemke, Ben Swenson and Drew Lensch

During the competition, six-person teams have 18 hours to develop a comprehensive proposal for a mock request for proposals (RFP). All mock RFPs 54


Design-build team responded to a mock RFP for the Lincoln Gym and Classroom addition for the Coldwater School District, located in California. The project cost $16.5 million. The winning design/build team members are seniors Trevor Otto (team captain), Tom Gorman, and Nick Woodard; junior Brian Hampel, sophomore Lucas Johnson, and architecture senior Dane Askelsen. Otto says that equal participation by each team member gave them a strong lead in the competition. “In construction engineering classes, we learned to work as a team,” Otto says. “We felt comfortable enough to rely on and challenge each other to produce the best presentation.”

which helped Cormicle win the international ASC Outstanding Educator that year.

ISU Students make Second Contribution to Community in Need By Mike Randleman, mike.randleman@iowastatedaily.com

Association of General Contractors members worked on reconstruction in Tennessee during last Thanksgiving Break. Thirty-eight AGC members traveled south to put their construction backgrounds to work in the restoration of devastated homes from an August storm.

Heavy/civil team created a mock proposal for the $33 million Cannelton Hydroelectric Project, located in Hawesville, Ky. The project consisted of building the cofferdam and mass excavation for a hydroelectric dam on the Ohio River. Heavy/highway team members are seniors Grant Reimers (team captain), Jordan Einck, Taylor Puelz-Burgin and Joe Winter; juniors Joel Robinson; and freshman Matthew Decker. Residential team produced a mock proposal for a low-rent multi-family housing development, Meadow View Estates located in Peculiar, Mo. Their work included a site plan, schedule, construction estimates, and financial pro forma. The project cost $3.9 million and contained six buildings with 34 apartments. The winning residential team members are seniors Blake Carolan (team captain), and Ben Swenson, juniors Michael Donlin, Sean Heinz and Drew Lensch; and sophomore John Lemke. Carolan says that public speaking practice in construction engineering classes prepared them for the oral presentation. “I felt that our team delivered the presentation comfortably and clearly, which goes a long way.”

Pairs are evident in the word Tennessee, with two n’s, two s’s, and two e’s comprising the state’s namesake. The same mantra goes for the ISU student chapter of the Association of General Contractors in their two trips to the Volunteer state. With damages to several homes from an August storm still lingering into the spring, 34 students made a trip to Jonesborough, Tenn., in March to lend a helping hand as well as uphold one of Association of General Contractors' missions. “The local community [of Jonesborough] was shown that volunteers really can come from out of nowhere to stand up and make a difference in communities, and that’s really a mission [Association of General Contractors] stands for, that leadership aspect,” said Joel Robinson, junior in construction engineering and crew leader on the spring trip. In partnering with the Appalachian Service Project, a Christian nonprofit organization whose mission is to repair homes for low-income families in the region, Association of General Contractors members were able to make two trips in November and March during Thanskgiving and Spring Break, respectively.

Within the past 11 years, Iowa State has placed first in divisions 27 times. Larry Cormicle, (BSConE’78, MSConE’10) senior lecturer and Glenn H. DeStigter Scholar in Construction Engineering, coached all four teams prior to and during the competition. In 2011 Iowa State student teams placed first in all divisions, 55


Their efforts this March paid dividends as four houses in five days were completed, or “dried-in.”

Further opportunities for service are in the works as a possibility looms to add a third possible service trip to compliment annual Thanksgiving and Spring Break trips. “There’s always that time after finals that people go home, but there’s a week before Christmas. I want to see if it’d be possible to set up a trip before Winter Break,” Robinson said. As to where the members could wind in up for the potential December trip remains to be determined. "Given that it’d be colder up here, we could travel directly south to Oklahoma, tornado alley, maybe Joplin, Mo.,” Robinson said.

“That’s where windows and doors are in, the metal roof is on; everything except the drywall, electrical and plumbing [is completed],” Robinson said.

Regardless of where a third trip could take them, a third additional service option would allow for more flexibility in member accreditation as well as another opportunity to provide service for communities in need.

With these four houses complimenting three previously completed houses in November, the chapter has been able to make a difference in the Jonesborough community.

“It gives people options, so if they don’t want to miss Thanksgiving Break or give up their Spring Break, they could go on this winter trip,” Robinson said.

“The homeowners were just more than happy. They couldn’t express enough how happy they were,” said Ryan Emerson, junior in construction engineering and Association of General Contractors member.

ISU students bring early holiday cheer to local family By Hannah Furfaro, Staff Writer, hfurfaro@amesbrig.com

Robinson said that every day they were there, they had cars pull off to the side of the street to thank them for the work they had done.

The students in Iowa State University’s Associated General Contractors group like working with their hands. So much so that last year, they logged more than 4,600 hours of community service building homes and renovating buildings.

“All your friends may be going to Panama City Beach or somewhere in Florida [for Spring Break], and that may be fun, but I think giving that up to go do the service trip, the hospitality that we had and the amount of excitement from the owners and [Appalachian Service Project], they made us feel significant,” Emerson said.

But the group of more than 100 ISU students — primarily construction engineers — is doing a new kind of charity this holiday season. They’ve “adopted” an Ames family and are raising money to buy their Christmas gifts.

While making a difference in Jonesborough, students were also able to attain two service event credits, an essential component to maintaining Association of General Contractors membership.

“Usually, our community service activities are construction-related and a lot of them require hands-on work, whether you build something or 56


clean something,” said Alex Philipsen, an ISU senior who organized the project. “This is just something new, something different for us. So far, we’ve got a lot of positive feedback.” Philipsen said he connected with Ames Community School District to find a family to support. “I think they went through some hard times these past couple years, so it sounds like they could really use our help,” he said. While AGC is organized to help students network and connect with potential employers, community engagement is the mission of its members. Larry Cormicle is the faculty adviser for the group. He said volunteering builds character and teaches the students it’s “not enough to become a successful professional.” “You need to do more than that by helping those in your community who cannot help themselves,” he said. “You need to give away your gifts and talents to make your community better.” Over the last few years, the students have upped the ante on how many hours they can record. Before last year, they volunteered about 4,000 hours of their time. The year before that, they worked 400 hours. They started going on Thanksgiving and spring break service trips as well. This past Thanksgiving, they built three homes in Johnson City, Tenn. Philipsen said Cormicle leads by example and is one of the main reasons students get excited to lend a hand. “He gives us all the support we need to just do whatever we want to do,” he said. The group will again put its hands to use this week, but this time with wrapping paper and tape, not blueprints or hard hats. On Friday, members will deliver the presents, wrapped and ribboned, to their adopted family. “It’s definitely rewarding,” Philipsen said.

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Construction Engineering Scholarships Academic Year 2013-2014 Scholarship Name

AGC of America

Recipient(s) Nicholas Clobes Luke Kleveland John Meyer Jonathan Nalevanko Grant Reimers Andrew Reynolds Joel Robinson Paul Sauter

Higgins, Lyle J. & Marcia L.

Nicholas Clobes Matthew Decker

Johnson Transfer Scholarship Program

Brian Carroll

John Meyer

Gavin Walhovd

Johnson-Engel Scholarship Endowment in Engineering

Andrew Lensch

Michael Clark

Ken Lewis Education Fund (MBI)

Gavin Walhovd

Joel Robinson

Kenyon, Ronald D. Scholarship

Alexander Buscher

Lucas Johnson

Maloney, Steve Memorial Scholarship Martin Marietta

Eanan Gidley

Master Builders of Iowa

Alex Gross Jenna Koelker Ethan McConnell Erin North

McIlvain, Raymond W. & Evelyn J.

Jesus Rodriguez

Mechanical Contractors Association of Iowa Inc.

Jace Christensen Aaron Elston Perry Martens Jacob Schaefer Justin Truckenmiller

Meehan, William R. Scholarship

Andrew Healey

Moll, David C

Daniel Schwab

ASPE-DM Chapter

Jace Christensen Andrew Corcoran Bob Olson

Clair H. & Delphine Riley Conlon Construction Company Dale Dickinson Company, Inc. Diehl, Ronald Scholarship E2020 Scholarship

Engineering Undergraduate Merit Scholarship

Harris, Tyler R. Memorial Scholarship

Zachary Ahrenholtz

Ethan McConnell

Grant Reimers

Blizzard Family (12-13 A.Y. recipients)

Recipient(s)

Henkel Construction Scholarship

Ahrold Fay Rosenberg

Beavers Charitable Trust

Scholarship Name Heartland Finishes, Inc.

Paul Sauter

Justin Truckenmiller Michael Rosenthal Benjamin Swenson Linda Behrer Aaron Graham Brandon Ophoff Justin Quesnell Jared Stumme Marc Alexander Bailee Webb Grant Reimers 59


Scholarship Name National Electrical Contractors Association of Iowa

Recipient(s) Alexander Buscher Margaret Holt

Nimmo, Kenneth R. Scholarship

Caleb Jens

Ralston, Matthew & Jessica Scholarship in Construction Engineering

Nicholas Clobes David Omestad Andrew Reynolds

Ringwald, R.C. Scholarship

Aaron Elston

Roderick Seward, Flossie Ratcliffe & Helen M. Galloway

Jerad Croghan Luke Kleveland

Ryan Companies Scott Kincade Memorial Scholarship

Jerad Croghan

Scholz, Robert M. Scholarship

Robert Olson

Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Iowa

Jace Christensen Aaron Elston Justin Truckenmiller

Tau Beta Pi Scholars Program

Brandon Ophoff

Thompson, Craig Sr.

Matthew Decker

Turner Construction

Jenna Koelker

W.A. Klinger Award

Maria Hannasch

Watson, Stephen & Beverly

Everett Lines

Wegner, Waldo Scholarship in CCEE

Jesus Rodriguez

White, Ross Engineering Scholarship

Nick Beck

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Scholarship Name Whitfield & Eddy

Recipient(s) Robert Conrad

Woodruff Construction

Eric Johnson

Ziegler Inc.

John Meyer

Total Scholarships received by ConE students

$117,045


ENGINEERING CAREER SERVICES SPRING 2013 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY AMES, IOWA # of B.S. Grads

# Grads Reporting

Aerospace Engineer

60

Agricultural Engineer

STARTING SALARY RANGE $/yr High Average

Employed

Grad/Prof School

% Placed*

Seeking/ No Plans

55

21

6

49%

28

50000

- 72000

62123

13

11

10

9

0

90%

1

39600

- 69450

56773

7

Biological Systems Engineer

3

3

1

2

100%

0

-

-

0

Chemical Engineer

68

61

25

16

67%

20

50000

- 80000

64227

14

Civil Engineer

86

77

33

21

70%

23

42000

- 75000

56427

15

Construction Engineer

50

50

45

0

90%

5

40000

- 80000

54678

26

Computer Engineer

54

50

35

1

72%

14

53040

- 75000

64425

22

Electrical Engineer

80

72

36

24

83%

12

58000

- 80000

65132

16

Industrial Engineer

35

33

27

3

91%

3

50000

- 73000

61338

23

138

128

76

14

70%

38

50000

- 75000

61343

47

Materials Engineer

32

32

9

15

75%

8

38000

- 64063

54021

3

Software Engineer

21

18

14

1

83%

3

41600

- 90000

61145

11

638

589

331

103

74%

155

38000

- 90000

60712

Degree

61

Mechanical Engineer

TOTALS

*Includes: Employed, Graduate/Professional School, and Offers - Based on number of grads reporting. NOTE: Information was gathered from graduates at graduation time.

61

Low

-

# Salaries Reported

197


Construction Engineering COURSE MATRIX 2013-2014 General Catalog 1 Fall

Building Emphasis 125 Credits

SAMPLE

1 Spring

2 Fall

2 Spring

3 Fall

CE 170 (2) Graphics for Civil Engineers

ConE 222 (3) Contr Org & Mgmt of Constr

ConE 241 (3) Constr Mat & Meth

ConE 3224 (3) Constr Equip & Hvy Constr Meth

ConE 3404 Concr & Steel Constr

(3)

ConE 4214 (3) Constr Estimating

*CE 160 (3) Eng Prob w/Comp Lab

*Math 166 Calculus II

CE 111 (3) Fund of Surveying I

ConE 251 (1) M/E Materials and Methods

Law Elective ConE 380 or Acct 215

(3)

ConE 352 (3) Mech Sys in Bldgs

*Math 165 Calculus I

(4)

*Phys 221 (5) Intro to Classical Physics I

Stat 105 Statistics for Engineers

Math 266 (3) Elem Differential Eqn

EM 3784 Mech of Fluids

(3)

*Chem 167 (4) Gen Chem for Eng Students

*Engl 2501 (3) WOVE Communication

Phys 222 (5) Intro to Classical Physics II

EM 2744 Statics of Engr

EM 3244 Mech of Matls

(3)

*Engl 1501 (3) Critical Thinking & Communication

ConE 122 Learning Community

*Engr 101 Engineering Orientation

(R)

62

ConE 121 Learning Community

(1)

*Lib 160 Libr Instr

(1)

(16) Transfer Grade Requirements: The department requires a grade of C or better for any transfer credit course that is applied to the degree program. 1) Minimum grade ENGL courses: C in each *Denotes Basic Program Course

(4)

(3)

(1)

(15)

(14) 2) Math or Statistics Elective Math 265 (4) Math 207 (3) Stat 401 (4) Stat 447 (3)

(3)

3 Spring

4 Fall

4 Spring ConE 487 Constr Engrg Design I

(3)

ConE 4414 (3) Constr Plng, Sch & Cont

ConE 488 Constr Engrg Design II

(3)

ConE 353 (3) Elec Sys in Bldgs

CE 383 (1) Dsgn of Ptlnd Cem Concr

Bus Comm Elective1 (3) Engl 302/309/314

CE 3324 (3) Struc Analysis I

CE 333 (3) Struc Dsgn Stl I

CE 334 (3) Reinf Concr Dsgn I

SSH Elective International Perspective

(3)

SSH Elective US Diversity

Engrg Topics Elective3

(2)

SSH Elective (3) Psych 101/230/280 Soc 134

EM 327 (1) Mech of Matls Lab

CE 3604 Soils Engrg

Math or Stat Elective2

(3)

IE 305 (3) Engineering Economic Analysis

SSH Elective (3) Econ 101 or 102

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(16)

(18)

(3)

(15)

(3)

(15)

3) Engr Topics Electives

4) Building Emphasis Core Courses

2 Credits Required For Building Emphasis

Building Core Classes Require a MINIMUM Cumulative 2.00 GPA

CE 326 (3) ConE 490 (1) CE 372 (4) EM 345 (3) CE 446 (3) EE 314 (3) CE 460 (3) MatE 273 (3) Geol 201 (3) Fall only ConE 381A (1) & ConE 481A (1) Fall only Any CE 500-level course. CE 382 (3cr) may be substituted for CE 383 with the remaining 2 credits to count for Engineering Topic Elective.

EM 274 EM 324 ConE 322 EM 378 CE 360 ConE 421 ConE 441 CE 332 ConE 340

(3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) 27 Total credits required, undergraduate program: Building Emphasis 125 Revised 5/24/12 km

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Internet Addresses STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: Associated General Contractors of America http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/agc

Design-Build Institute of America http://www.stuorgs.engineering.iastate.edu/dbia/

Mechanical Contractors Association http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/mca

National Association of Home Builders http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/nahb/

National Electrical Contractors Association http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/neca

Sigma Lambda Chi http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/slc

OTHER SITES: Engineering Career Services http://www.engineering.iastate.edu/ecs

CCEE Newsletter http://www.ccee.iastate.edu/alumni/newsletters/

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Total Construction Engineering Graduates 1963-2013 (Engineering Operations, Building Construction & Construction Engineering)

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Bachelor’s Degree 4 Graduates = 4 Graduates = 5 Graduates = 13 Graduates = 15 Graduates = 15 Graduates = 9 Graduates = 22 Graduates = 31 Graduates = 29 Graduates = 30 Graduates = 23 Graduates = 36 Graduates = 37 Graduates = 37 Graduates = 58 Graduates = 82 Graduates = 81 Graduates = 108 Graduates = 93 Graduates = 64 Graduates = 71 Graduates = 66 Graduates = 50 Graduates = 39 Graduates = 52 Graduates = 46 Graduates = 49 Graduates = 50 Graduates = 27 Graduates = 31 Graduates = 29 Graduates = 46 Graduates = 41 Graduates = 57 Graduates = 62 Graduates = 57 Graduates = 56 Graduates = 66 Graduates = 68 Graduates = 67 Graduates = 61 Graduates = 41 Graduates = 80 Graduates = 65 Graduates = 75 Graduates = 56 Graduates =

2010 2011 2012 2013 -

4 Total 8 Total 13 Total 26 Total 41 Total 56 Total 65 Total 87 Total 118 Total 147 Total 177 Total 200 Total 236 Total 273 Total 310 Total 368 Total 450 Total 531 Total 639 Total 732 Total 796 Total 867 Total 933 Total 983 Total 1,022 Total 1,074 Total 1,120 Total 1,169 Total 1,219 Total 1,246 Total 1,277 Total 1,306 Total 1,352 Total 1,393 Total 1,450 Total 1,512 Total 1,569 Total 1,625 Total 1,691 Total 1,759 Total 1,826 Total 1,887 Total 1,928 Total 2,008 Total 2,073 Total 2,148 Total 2,204 Total 64

79 Graduates 80 Graduates 83 Graduates 51 Graduates

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1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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Master’s Degree 1 Graduate = 0 Graduates = 0 Graduates = 1 Graduate = 7 Graduates = 6 Graduates = 2 Graduates = 5 Graduates = 5 Graduates = 2 Graduates = 3 Graduates = 10 Graduates = 2 Graduates = 6 Graduates = 3 Graduates = 7 Graduates = 6 Graduates = 7 Graduates = 3 Graduates = 8 Graduates = 7 Graduates = 3 Graduates = 3 Graduates = 2 Graduates = 2 Graduates = 8 Graduates = 5 Graduates = 7 Graduates = 2 Graduates =

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

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PhD Degree 1 Graduate 1 Graduate 1 Graduate 0 Graduates 0 Graduates 0 Graduates 1 Graduate 0 Graduates 0 Graduates 2 Graduates 0 Graduates

= = = = = = = = = = =

2,283 Total 2,363 Total 2,446 Total 2,497 Total

1 Total 1 Total 1 Total 2 Total 9 Total 15 Total 17 Total 22 Total 27 Total 29 Total 32 Total 42 Total 44 Total 50 Total 53 Total 60 Total 66 Total 73 Total 76 Total 84 Total 91 Total 94 Total 97 Total 99 Total 101 Total 109 Total 114 Total 121 Total 123 Total

1 Total 2 Total 3 Total 3 Total 3 Total 3 Total 4 Total 4 Total 4 Total 6 Total 6 Total


2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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1 Graduate 0 Graduates 2 Graduates 3 Graduates 0 Graduates

= = = = =

7 Total 7 Total 8 Total 11 Total 11 Total

2011 2012 2013 -

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0 Graduates 2 Graduates 0 Graduates

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Iowa State ConE Reunion Thursday, November 7, 2013 5:30 – 8:30 pm I-Cubs Cub Club (located in the left field corner of Principal Park)

Join old friends, classmates, and colleagues for drinks and heavy appetizers Watch your mail for an invitation with event details. Questions? Contact Jeff Stone (BS ConE ‘76) stone@whitfieldlaw.com 66


Todd and wife Sandra Vanessa (9) Caleb (8)

BS 1963 Gethmann, Jack (Joan Marie) 1400 Lincoln Towers #501, PO Box 160 Marshalltown, IA 50158 641-751-7372 (cell) jackgethmann@gmail.com 3 children – OB classes of 1960-1961-1963 All live in Central Iowa

PCI has a lot of work at the University of Iowa – Nothing like a good flood to create construction and demolition work. We love to take the Hawkeye money.

BS 1970

Continuing to enjoy retirement with summers in Iowa and winters in Mesa, Arizona. Celebrated our 55th anniversary this year. Trying to travel while we can still enjoy it—over a dozen USA states and 5 European countries.

Berkland, James (Karen) USACE 4704 Mapleplain Ave. 1325 J St. Elk Grove, CA 95758 Sacramento, CA 95814 916-427-2823 916-557-7268 james.l.berkland@usace.army.mil Evan (15) (from Siberia) Ana (14) (from Siberia) They fascinate me and they are great fun. This is year five.

Enjoy watching daughter Jill Craft and Gethmann Construction maintain a high capacity construction involvement. Have a grandson starting in ConE at ISU this fall. If in the Phoenix, Arizona area, look us up in the phone book or call my cell phone.

I have been with the Corps of Engineer for about 28 years. The first five were in Los Angeles working on Santa Ana mainstem. The remaining years have been in Sacramento working on the levees for the Feather, Yuba, American and Sacramento Rivers. I model levee designs using Microstation and Inroads – the fun part. Contracts, specifications and drawing – not so much fun. Modeling Folsom Excavation was fun – it is under construction – Try Google, Folsom Dam Spillway.

BS 1966 Greenlee, Richard (Carm) Engineering Partners Int. 9012 Meadow Place 1299 Eagan Industrial Rd. Savage, MN 55378 Suite 201 952-831-2471 Eagan, MN 55121 rc@rcgreenlee.com Retired

Guinn, Jack (Jolene) 5319 N 52 St. Omaha, NE 68104 402-451-0395 jhguinn2@cox.net

Carm and I are still working on the “retirement” concept – but it is all good. I still enjoy working with the guys from my former company from time to time on the more interesting foundation projects. I also am enjoying my membership on the Advisory Council. 2013 also saw the first “Greenlee Leadership Lecture” on April 15. The featured speaker was Jim Russell – President and CEO of Russell Construction. It was attended by over 250 and deemed a huge success – special thanks to Beth Hartmann and her students.

Retired

Enjoying retirement and life in general. Jolene and I love to be with the kids and grandkids, and enjoy a vacation every once in a while. Hanson, Stanley L. 1755 Waters Edge Drive Pleasant Hill, IA 50327 402-290-4940 stanley_1_hanson@msn.com

Peterson, Cork (Becky) Peterson Contractors, Inc. 1009 Blackhawk 104 Blackhawk, Box A Reinbeck, IA 50669 Reinbeck, IA 50669 319-345-2383 319-345-2713x204/ 319-240-1189 cork@petersoncontractors.com 67


adopters. In addition we are founding members of the Friends of Xenia Station, advocates for the bicycle hub at the center of a network of nearly 300 miles of paved bicycling trails. Check us out at www.xeniastation.com.

BS 1971 Forristall, Gary (Diane) Peterson Contractors, Inc. 12173 350th Street 104 Blackhawk Macedonia, IA 51549 Reinbeck, IA 50669 712-486-2511 319-560-9845 ry@forristall.us gary@petersoncontractors.com Hillary (30) Kevin (28)

Moeller, Larry D. PO Box 7163 Maryville, TN 37802 916-296-7876 moellerl@libarty.com

I started at PCI a year ago. Cork has been great to work with. Have really enjoyed the PCI personnel. Hope they get more work in the Council Bluffs area!

After twenty-four years in Sacramento, CA, I have relocated (business; personal) to Maryville, TN--nestled against the edge of the Smoky Mountains of east Tennessee. Business is unchanged (spanning North America), but the pace of living has changed. No more freeway traffic!

Gordon, Joseph G. (Sally) 8133 Pheasant Run Fogelsville, PA 18051 610-398-7989 gordoni22@aol.com

Walter, John (Donna) 7914 Barbara St. Omaha, NE 68124 402-393-2564 bikewalterjf@gmail.com Jennifer in Wheat Ridge, Colorado Andy w/wife Dr. Sarah and grandkids Annie and Ben in Portland, Oregon.

Joe and Sally are still enjoying retired life! Spending a lot of time with the 5 grandkids, who range from 11 yrs. to 2 yrs. Keeps us young! Hi to Tom Jellinger!

BS 1972 Floyd, Charles (Charlotte) 20 Putnam Road Acton, MA 01720 978-635-0725 cfloyd@cefloyd.com

Abarentha, Inc. PO Box 7163 Maryville, TN 37802 865-984-9040 Ex. 110

Retired June 14th after 41 years in the industry with Lueder Construction, Martin K. Eby, Acoustical Engineering, Zenon Beringer Architects, Campos Construction, and finally the last 16 years again with Lueder Construction (Lueder’s corporate secretary who was at Lueder when I started in ’72 is still at Lueder in her 54th year. I was the 2nd oldest employee.)

C.E. Floyd Company 135 South Road Bedford, MA 01730 781-325-0105 cfloyd@cefloyd.com

Lewis, Dennis J. Design Forum Engineering 2010 Kitty Hawk Drive 7575 Paragon Road Xenia, OH 45385 Dayton, OH 45459 937-219-9498 937-312-8779 dennisjlewis1972@hotmail.com

BS 1974 Pfeffer, William (Bill) (Marlena) 10310 River Bend Dr. Rowlett, TX 75089 214-236-9429 billpfef@aol.com Michelle

Kathy and I are still plugging along in the insurance and consulting engineering worlds. The retail focus at DFE has shifted to hospitality and convenience stores with more exposure internationally than before. Outside of work things have been changing as both daughters are now married, own homes and one will be making us grandparents this summer. On the bicycling front we are still active in the Friends of The Little Miami State Park as trail

Retired

Retired after 25 years with The Beck Group, Dallas (formerly HCB Contractors) and 10 years with CPMI, Des Moines. Playing a lot of golf and enjoying being at home and not living in apartments out of town. Enjoyed experiencing Washington, 68


DC, Akron, Nashville, St. Louis, and Ft. Lauderdale. But it was time to spend some time at the house on the golf course. Great experiences with Beck including remodeling the Sawgrass Mills Mall in Florida and building the St. Louis Mills Mall from the ground up. Last project was a campus project for Fidelity Investments in Westlake, Texas – a large, beautiful building, garage, and campus in a beautiful setting. Very proud of that one!

Had a great Baltimore Ravens Football season! World Champs! Again! Plan on coming out in ’14 to enjoy some ISU football. Planning/looking towards retirement in the next 5 years. Mueller, Richard (Laurie) Pepper Construction Co. 1945 Huntington Rd. 411 Lake Zurich Rd. St. Charles, IL 60174 Barrington, IL 60010 630-513-5796 847-381-2760 richardmueller4830@sbcglobal.net rmueller@pepperconstruction.com Christopher and his wife, Ellen Leslie

BS 1975 Cousins, Roger (Jill) Frew Development Group 3650 Brookside Dr. 101 Second Street SE Marion, IA 52302 Suite 502 319-377-3191 Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 cuzhome@hotmail.com 319-739-4047 Kara (37) – married with 4 children ages 5 to 11 Krista (33) Kory (36) Kelly (32) – married with 3 children ages 1 to 4

Spencer, Earl “Hap” (Cindy) 220 North Oak St. Janesville, IA 50647 319-987-2454 hapsp@mac.com Crystal (25) Wil (23)

In position as Senior Project Manager for Frew Development Group, LLC. (Name was changed from Frew Nations Group, LLC last August).

Getting closer to being retired.

BS 1976

Finished the Cedar Rapids Convention Complex and Hotel which opened June 1, 2013. Project consisted of the renovation of the existing U.S. Cellular Arena, addition to the arena of the Convention Center, and the renovation of the existing 16 story hotel into a Double Tree by Hilton. Now on to the next project, renovation of the existing Wetsdale Mall in Cedar Rapids.

Adams, Richard 4440 Colonial Way Idaho Falls, ID 83404 208-520-8618 rdacja@cableone.net After graduation, I worked for H.B. Zachry in New Orleans as a cost engineer for a couple of years on a large petro-chemical plant construction. Then on to Michigan with Gilbert/Commonwealth as an estimator. In 1979, I moved to Idaho as Project Controls Manager for J.A. Jones on a large nuclear fuel reprocessing facility at what is now the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). Stayed on for the rest of my career estimating for operating contractors at the Site. Retired early in 2012 as an Advisory Engineer/Scientist for CH2M Hill/WGI (the current nuclear waste cleanup contractor at the INL). Since retirement, I have consulted for other DOE sites and CH2M Hill corporate. Most of the time just living the life, playing golf, and traveling.

Very busy at home attending the oldest grandchildren’s sports/dance events plus doing all those things that need to be done around the house. The seven grandchildren are a joy and keep Jill and myself busy; four boys ages 4, 5, 10, and 11 plus the 3 girls ages 1, 2, and 6. Sometimes a real handful when they all come to visit at once. Miller, Albert (Lois) Lewis Contractors 19 Patricks Ct. 55 Gwynns Mill Ct. Parkton, MD 21120 Owings Mills, MD 21117 410-239-6952 410-356-4200 wmiller@lewis-contractors.com Bridgett (24) (ConE 2011) Katie (22) (Clemson Grad) 69


grandchildren every chance we get. If any of you travel to Ames for personal or recruiting reasons, stop by and say “Hi”.

BS 1977 Martin, Don R. (Tami) Heavy Constructors, Inc. 922 Needle Rock Ridge 1596 Lower Roswell Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 Marietta, GA 30068 404-520-5773 770-321-8860 heavydon@bellsouth.net Jessica (30)

Larson, Craig (Barb) Opus Design Build LLC 7632 W. 85th Street 10350 Bren Road West Bloomington, MN 55438 Minnetonka, MN 55343 952-484-4512 952-656-4512 cblars55@gmail.com craig.larson@opus-group.com Kim (31) Amy (28)

Heavy Constructors, Inc. is a heavy civil and environmental contractor. Working in the southeastern part of the United States with job range sizes to 30 million. I’m proud to say after starting the company 20 years ago and a lot of long days. I believe the true test of endurance have been the last four years, in which we have weathered the economic downturn, and remained profitable.

In my 35th year at Opus and have never been busier. We have a big crew of ISU grads on our team here in Minneapolis and added three more this year. I am continuing to pursue and manage a wide range of projects for colleges and private high schools. And now seeing a nice increase in activity in the industrial and office markets.

BS 1978

BS 1979

Cormicle, Larry (Mary Beth Oostenbrug) Iowa State University Construction Engineering 426 Town Engineering Bldg. Ames, IA 50011 515-294-8299 cormicle@iastate.edu

Harman, Pamela (Brian James) SETI Institute PO Box 958 189 Bernardo Ave #11 Pacifica, CA 94044 Mountain View, CA 94043 650-738-0269 650-960-4523 lafatak@onemain.com pharman@seti.org

My eleventh year as a Con E faculty member was the best year. Our students are great to work with and I find them some of the brightest young professionals that are entering into our industry. I will be teaching two courses per semester and advising the AGC Student Chapter, advising the NAHB Student Chapter and acting as the coach for our four ASC Student Competition teams. Our teams have placed first 27 times in the eleven years that I have coached. Our students definitely understand how to “win” the proposal. I have completed eight years as the Con E curriculum committee chair and am looking forward to again making improvements to our degree program. Our son Lucas and his wife Dette in Colorado gave us our second granddaughter this past April. We are now very blessed with three grandchildren, ages 2 months to five years old. Our youngest son Doug and his wife Molly were blessed with our first granddaughter in 2011. She just celebrated her second birthday and is repeating every word she hears. Mary Beth and I are enjoying our three

Pamela is spending most of her time on NASA SOFIA programs that include overnight science flights, http://www.sofia.usra.edu/ Hendrickson, Edward (Tracey Stoll) 851 Marymount Lane Claremont, CA 91711 909-621-3504 edh@amesweb.com Blake (30) Jennifer (27) Grant (24) I’ve been doing a lot of hiking lately in the mountains of California since I semi-retired in 2006. My children live in Iowa City, Minneapolis and Ames so I travel to see them a lot. I had my first grandchild, Alana Lynn, she is 2 months old. It is amazing having a grandchild. I still tell Norwegian jokes (since I’m 8/8 Norwegian), and I still drive a Prius, one of my passions is energy conservation and we just completed an energy 70


upgrade to our house, reducing our personal energy footprint by over 50%. I have been a freegan vegetarian since 2011, freegan meaning, if it’s free and not vegetarian I will eat it.

Greenfield, IA 50849 641-343-7046 Ryan (32) Shawn (31)

Johnson, Steven L. Swinerton Builders 6271 Byron Lane 260 Townsend St. San Ramon, CA 94582 San Francisco, CA 94107 925-875-0141 415-984-1268 johnson.sl7355@att.net sjohnson@swinerton.com Emily (25) Alyson (23)

A couple years ago I started working again with Les Beer. He was part of Betts and Beer for a long time where I worked till 2011. We are working in central and western Iowa area and doing projects in the smaller commercial and custom housing market. It is just the two of us and we have a good group of suppliers and subcontractors that work with us. I am able to work from home most of the time and travel as necessary to our projects.

Steve has been busy with a very active construction market in downtown San Francisco this past year. Currently Swinerton has 3 downtown highrise apartment projects under construction with 2 others in precon. Also, Swinerton just started a high rise office building and a retail 5 story retail mall in downtown. Great time to be building in downtown SF!! Market appears to be strong enough to continue into 2014.

My wife, Suzie, and I have two sons – Ryan, his wife Julie, and two children Paige 5 and Tyler 11 months; and Shawn, his wife Kelly, and one child Charlotte 7 months. We enjoy our family very much and spend as much time as we can with them. Vogt, John (Robin) NAVFAC Midplant PWD 4016 Kalona Rd. Norfolk Portsmouth, VA 23703 757-341-0571 757-483-9324 john.vogt@navy.mil fmrdbqr@yahoo.com

Steve and family attended an ISU vs. WVA football game in November 2012 and got a taste of that good cold winter weather. Too bad the Cyclones lost but the tailgating was a huge success. Go Cyclones in 2013!!

Am still working Navy Construction projects for the Public Works Department at Norfolk, Virginia. Am currently assigned two large projects at Craney Island Fuel Depot in Portsmouth, Virginia. The first is a $39 MIL fuel tank project where we are building four new 100K barrel jet fuel tanks and the other is a $29M fuel pier replacement project.

BS 1980 Calderwood, William (Cathi) Cedar Valley Corp. 5753 28th Avenue Drive 2637 Warner Road Vinton, IA 52349 Waterloo, IA 50703 319-472-4396 319-235-9537 wicald@aol.com williec@cedarvalleycorp.com Ryan (26)

BS 1981

RKG, Inc.

Anderson, Rick (Cyndi) EFI Global, Inc. 13014 Orchard Hollow Way 11000 Richmond Ave Houston, TX 77065 Houston, TX 77042 281-890-4878 832-518-5145 rick_anderson@efiglobal.com Kelsey (23) Kaitlin (18)

TBB, LC 425 28th St.

Rick is still working for EFI Global in their Houston office as a Principal Engineer. He is managing the Facilities Engineering Group and is Environmental Emergency Response manager for the company. Whenever a large storm, such as hurricanes, floods, and tornadoes occur, he oversees

This year I will be 60—life as we know it will end, and will now begin as an officially eligible member of AARP—except I’m not retired—life is good in Iowa. Gibbs, Kevin PO Box 7711 Loveland, CO 80537 970-672-3961 wander20@yahoo.com Morgan, Douglas (Suzie) 2452 South Lakeview Dr.

Des Moines, IA 50312 515-238-9980

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the allocation of the company’s resources and equipment for our work with the insurance industry. Hard to believe it has been 32 years since I graduated from ISU. Feel free to contact me when any of you are in Houston. Campos Lange, Monique

I’m coming up on 19 years with Iowa State. Hard to believe it’s been that long and the changes that the campus has seen in that time. Enjoy working with the many ConE graduates with their companies providing services to Iowa State as contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, and design professionals.

Bechtel Power Corp. 100302 Yates Well Road HCR 1 Box 270 Nipton, CA 92364 mclange@bechtel.com

Nissen, Jim (Rhonda Klein Nissen) 6705 Lexington Trail Pepper Construction Co. Crystal Lake, IL 60012 643 N. Orleans 815-459-2875 Chicago, IL 60654 jim_nissen@comcast.net 312-649-7644 Dan (26) jnissen@pepperconstruction.com Jackie (24) Lauren (22) Nick (20)

Monique is part of a team constructing a 392 MW concentrated thermal solar power facility called Ivanpah in the Mojave desert in California about 45 miles south of Las Vegas. There are three steel tower units supporting a boiler at each tower with ~ 173,000 heliostats (2 mirrors/heliostat) that surrounds the three towers. The units are scheduled to go on line this year. She works with her fellow ISU alumni, Rick Flathers (ConE) and Anna Cline (ChemE). If you are interested in how this facility works, check out the developer’s (BrightSource) website, http://www.brightsourceenergy.com/ and select the project Ivanpah.

Things are good. Three of our four kids are out of college and married or about to be married. Our first grandchild is expected in August, the youngest child is happy and productive in college and work is picking up. Hope all is good for all my classmates too. Novak, Tom (Debra) Klinger Constructors, LLC 313 Quebrada Ln NE PO Box 90850 Albuquerque, NM 87113 Albuquerque, NM 87199 505-345-0835 505-856-8209 trnalbq@comcast.net tomn@klingerllc.com Ben (26) Keith (25) Nolan (19)

Clarahan, Randy (Sue) Mortenson Construction 700 Creek View Ct. 111 East College Street Coralville, IA 52241 Iowa City, IA 52240 Christine 319-338-2180 Dan randy.clarahan@mortenson.com Mike I joined Mortenson in 2011 and it has been great. I am leading our Iowa office in Iowa City. We have two large projects we are acting as CM for the University of Iowa. Hancher Auditorium and the new School of Music – combined nearly $250MM in flood recovery work from the 2008 floods. It is great to be back in Iowa – Please stop in and see us if you are in town.

Deb and I are enjoying year one as empty nesters. February included a Florida trip with six other couples all with ISU ties. Work continues to be sluggish in NM and it helps to also have work in Arizona. Go Cyclones!

BS 1982

McCormick, Dean (Tonya) Iowa State University 3032 Aspen Road 200 General Services Bldg. Ames, IA 50014 Ames, IA 50011 515-292-8276 515-294-0564 dtmccormic@aol.com dmccormi@iastate.edu Shannon (25) Patrick (22)

Conley, Dan (Barbara) 202 Treis Trail Yorktown, VA 23693 757-865-7135 dan.conley@me.com Mitchell (21) 72

Skanska USA Bldg. Inc. 136 S. Roman Street New Orleans, LA 70112 504-544-7233


I’m in New Orleans heading up the mechanical construction for a $700 million replacement hospital for the State of Louisiana. This hospital replaces one that was damaged during hurricane Katrina in 2005. The project includes a 560,000 sf patient tower, a 746,000 sf diagnostic and treatment building, a 254,000 sf ambulatory care building, a 500,000 sf parking garage and a central utility plant. The buildings are designed to meet flood-resistant construction standards. First floors of hospital and medical office buildings that house critical functions are being built 22 feet above sea level, well beyond the five-foot base flood elevation for the hospital site. Storm-proofing technology, will allow the medical center to withstand up to Category Three hurricanes as well as tornadoes, nuclear or biological accidents, physical attacks, fires, chemical, biological and radiation hazards, all while remaining in operation for up to a week with virtually no outside support or backup supplies.

703-362-8733 Centreville, VA 20121-4819 drhawn@verizon.net 703-266-6638 drhawn@drhroofsolutions.com Still busy and likely to continue. The years seem to go very quickly now. Perhaps that is a good thing. All is well at home. Best to all. Hovenga, Tony (Terri) Katelman Steel Fabrication, Inc. 23383 Sunshine Lane 2030 2nd Ave. Council Bluffs, IA 51503 Council Bluffs, IA 51503 712-256-1716 712-323-3131 thovenga@katelman.com Danielle Mickaela Andrew Johnson, William “Craig” (Gail) 5204 Shaw Court R.G. Anderson Co., Inc. Brentwood, TN 37027 1801 W. End Ave., 615-491-5050 Suite 1800 Jordyne (18) Nashville, TN 37203 615-329-1789 wjohnson@rgandersoncompany.com

The family is still back in Virginia, so we make trips back and forth. We’ve got another year and a half to wrap up this project so I can get back home and maybe quit working. Ehm, Jeff (Cindi) Plymouth, MN 55446 612-221-8520 jeff-ehm@comcast.net

Corval Group 1633 Eustis Street St. Paul, MN 55108 651-605-2436 jehm@corvalgroup.com Dan and Mike – Now on their own. Yea!

William “Craig” Johnson serves as president and chief operating officer of R.G. Anderson Company, Inc., a full-service, construction management and general contracting firm with offices in Nashville, Tennessee. Craig co-founded the firm in 1990. Family consists of wife Gail and daughter Jordyne (18), who will attend Georgetown University this fall. Craig continues to be a loyal supporter of Iowa State and Cyclone athletics.

Corval is seeing a solid pick up in work for 2013. Jeff is now in charge of engineering as well as the EPC projects in Corval’s Power and Energy sectors. If you are majoring in Construction Engineering and reside in the Minneapolis metro, please contact me about internship or co-op positions at my work email. Best regards.

Lindhart, Chris (Carol) The Beck Group 4241 Allencrest Ln. 1807 Ross Avenue, Suite 500 Dallas, TX 75244 Dallas, TX 75201 972-385-1235 214-303-6205 chris.lindhart@gmail.com chrislindhart@beckgroup.com Jenna Rachel

Gahan, Bill (Tammy) Urbandale, IA Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. 50323 11252 Aurora Ave. 515-276-4345 Des Moines, IA 50322 gahanbill04@gmail.com 515-697-3401 bill.gahan@martinmarietta.com

Chris took over leadership of Beck’s federal work as Director of Federal Programs in August, 2012.

Hawn, David (Carol) Dedicated Roof and 6500 Harvest Mill Court Hydro-Solutions, LLC Centreville, VA 20121-4819 6500 Harvest Mill Ct.

Mattison, Todd (Sue) Northeast WI Tech. College 617 South Quincy St. 2840 W. Mason St. Green Bay, WI 54301 Greenbay, WI 54304 73


920-639-3599 920-498-6376 todd.mattison@new.rr.com Sarah (23) todd.mattison@nwtc.edu Leah (20)

Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Riverside, MO 64150 970-380-1793 970-380-1793 mikeshuba@gmail.com mike.shuba@mdu.com Matt (29) Megan (28)

Sue and I are settling in to Wisconsin. I am enjoying managing a four-year Dept. of Labor funded workforce training grant in advanced manufacturing, across all of Wisconsin through the technical college system.

Mike is the President of two electrical high voltage contractors: Capital Electric Line Builders located in Kansas City, MO and Hamlin Electric located in eastern Colorado. Both companies are a subsidiary of MDU Resources.

Morris, Michael (Jeri) Saudi Arabian Parsons Ltd. 3014 Longfellow Blvd PO Box 30167 St. Louis, MO 63104-1608 Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah 314-954-1401 Madinat 41912 arktkaia@sbcglobal.net morris@rcyanbu.gov.sa Jonathan (21) Andrew (17)

2012 was a very challenging year but so far for 2013, work is starting to pick-up in the mid-west and rocky mountain regions. Transmission maintenance and new construction is leading the way. Mike and Judy are now “empty nesters” and are enjoying the Rocky Mountain life style. Matt is a Captain in the Army, stationed in North Carolina and just completed his second tour in Afghanistan. Megan works in the cosmetic/fashion industry and is also living in the Denver area.

Well, it’s been an interesting year... The architecture business in Saint Louis is hanging by a thread, and about the only construction going on are some infrastructure projects and continuing work at the hospitals. But I stumbled on an opportunity to work in Saudi Arabia and jumped on it, and arrived here the first week of June. I’m in Yanbu, a city on the Red Sea. I’m told the diving and snorkeling is phenomenal, and will have to check it out in the coming months. I’ve already been out exploring the mountains to the north.

BS 1983 Smith, Jeff (Mary) Ryan Companies US, Inc. 18664 Melrose Chase 50 S 10th Street Eden Prairie, MN 55347 Minn., MN 55403 jeff.smith@ryancompanies.com 612-492-4848 Stephanie (21) Madeline (19)

I’m the Senior Resident Project Architect on the new Royal Commission Headquarters building. We have just completed installing more than 1,800 concrete piers and will be pouring some rather massive concrete rafts in the next few weeks. The concrete cores will start rising out of the hole soon. When completed, it will have two levels of underground parking, another four stories of offices in the crescent-shaped “pedestal” that encircles a 20-story office tower.

2013 marks Ryan’s 75th year in business and we are celebrating by doing 75 acts of kindness around the country. These vary from building a playground to refurbishing elderly housing to making sure hungry people have a meal. We have 10 offices across the country with our newest locations being August, TX and Milwaukee, WI. We focus on delivering integrated solutions to our customers including design, development, construction, property and asset management6 and capital markets. We have many ISU grads in our ranks from San Diego to Tampa.

Jeri is holding down the fort for a few more months before joining me here. In the meantime, Jonathan will be moving from Minneapolis to Berkeley, California to begin his doctoral program, and Andrew will be moving to Ames to be the next Cyclone in the family.

Jeff has been with Ryan for 27 years and moved to Minneapolis on June 1st after commuting for 2.5 years. This allowed Maddie, Jeff and Mary’s youngest, to graduate high school in St. Charles,

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Illinois. Had he known that she was going to be a Hawkeye, he would have been a little less accommodating!

Our first high school graduation is behind us and Sophie will leave for college this fall to study communications with a Spanish and business minor. Harrison enters his junior year in high school this fall and is interested in math and science to the extent that engineering may be in his future. Lisa continues to work from home as a consultant and aspiring writer.

Ryan asked Jeff to oversee the national platform for Design, Construction and Development in 2011, which precipitated the move. As recent empty nesters, Jeff and Mary look forward to some travel, a much shorter commute to their cabin in northern Minnesota and golf out their back door. If you’re playing Bear Path in Eden Prairie and you hook your ball on the 12th tee, stop in for a beer – the door’s always open for a fellow ConE.

BS 1985 Kieffer, Paul (Carol) Ryan Companies US, Inc. th 17420 34 Ave. N. 50 S. Tenth Street, Suite 300 Plymouth, MN 55447 Minneapolis, MN 55403 612-360-3303 612-492-4303 paul.kieffer@ryancompanies.com Dan (19) Nate (17)

BS 1984 Graeve, Douglas (Kim – ISU 1984) 3359 W. 112th Circle Garney Construction Co. Westminster, CO 80031 7911 Shaffer Parkway 303-460-9117 Littleton, CO 80127 amgjag@comcast.net 303-791-3600 dgraeve@garney.com Amanda Grooms (26) Joshua Graeve (23)

The commercial construction market appears to be recovering in Minnesota as quite a few projects have finally “cut loose”. I continue at Ryan Companies, spending most of my efforts on Preconstruction activities for our large office projects. Carol continues working full-time at West Lutheran High School as the Guided Study Hall Teacher. Marc (29) and his wife Ann are enjoying parenthood, the recent arrival of our new grandson in June, and have settled into their new house located only 2 miles away. Dan (19) has completed his first year of Biomedical Engineering studies at U of MN. Nate (17) is preparing for his senior year of high school, showing an interest in pursuing Mechanical Engineering and evaluating his college options. The boys are working hard at summer jobs (hopefully saving some of their earnings for college), and the entire family enjoys spending free time at the family cabin.

Keeping busy estimating – Water & Wastewater Treatment plants, Water Storage, etc. Kim continues to provide in-home daycare. Exciting news – Kim and I became first time Grandparents to our new grandson, Kipton last September. Guetzko, Mark (Lisa) Seedorff Holdings, Inc. th 22330 180 Avenue 408 West Mission Street Manchester, IA 52057 Strawberry Point, IA 52076 563-529-2911 563-933-2296 guetzko.mark@seedorff.com Sophie (18) Harrison (16)

BS 1987

If it weren’t for a lousy economy, expanding government regulation, and common sense becoming less and less common….this business would be a piece of cake. On a serious note, we’ve assembled a team at Seedorff that is incredibly talented and we’re meeting the challenges of the current market with a group that includes a growing number of Iowa State ConE’s.

Nelson, Steve (Stephanie) Strategy Builders, Inc. 6549 Linda Lane 542 15th Street San Diego, CA 92120 San Diego, CA 92101 619-464-1000 619-303-6260 nelson@midwestgeneral.com Spencer (10) Austin (9)

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Just finishing a 287 unit private dormitory next to the San Diego State University campus as developer and general contractor. After 12 years as Midwest General, we are currently changing our name to Strategy Builders as part of a rebranding of our organization.

Max Molly

BS 1989 Culp, Dan (Lori) Carl A. Nelson & Company 2123 Avenue H 1815 Des Moines Avenue Fort Madison, IA 52627 Burlington, IA 52601 319-372-9538 319-754-8415 danlculp@gmail.com dculp@carlanelsonco.com Joshua (24) Megan (21)

Roecker, Scott (Kathleen) 332 Paseo de la Playa Redondo Beach, CA 90277 310-378-4043 scott@searockgroup.com

BS 1988 DeRose, Ken Elizabeth, CO 80107

Lori and I have become empty nesters. Josh graduated from ISU last December and Megan will be graduating from ISU in May 2014. I recently made the transition from project management to business development and looking forward to a better market in the near future.

G4S Technology LLC 12742 East Caley Avenue Unit 2B Centennial, CO 80111 kderose@adestagroup.com

Farley, Alan (Sally Jo) 12136 I Ave. Perry, IA 50220 515-782-2113 farleysoni@gmail.com

After a myriad of company name changes chiefly due to acquisitions, I essentially remain with the same company I joined in October, 1988 after graduating from Iowa State in summer, 1988. G4S Technology designs, constructs, integrates, and maintains large-scale communications and security networks which has provided me the opportunity to manage many diverse, exciting projects over the years, such as: - Many city/statewide fiber optic design/build/maintain/operate projects in the US, A design-build Intelligent Transportation System deployment in Massachussets involving pan-tiltzoom cameras, variable message signs, fiber optic, and microwave networks, - WiMax deployment in rural areas of the US, and – Many security integrations through the US.

Weitz Co. 5901 Thornton Ave. Des Moines, IA 50321 515-261-5757 alan.farley@weitz.com

Rech, Christopher A.M. Cohron & Son, Inc. 1417 Rural Street 20 Weaver St. Emporia, KS 66801 Emporia, KS 66801 620-341-0730 620-342-4844 chrisrech@cableone.net chrisr@amcohron-son.com Shelby (19) Reid (18) Aubrey (15) Cooper (7) This is my 15th year with A.M. Cohron & Son, Inc. Our company continues to grow in both size and region, having moved into the Arkansas market while maintaining a presence in Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Preparations are underway to construct the shortest bridge of my career – a whopping 25’ span near Baldwin City, KS. Somehow this is also one of the more complicated structures, given its small footprint.

Howard, David M. (Linda) Koss Construction Co. 1317 Pinehurst Circle 5830 SW Drury Ln Lawrence, KS 66049 Topeka, KS 66604 785-856-0245 785-228-2928 kyiaks@aol.com dmh@kossconstruction.com Lindsey (18) Matthew (13) Nicholas (13) Rumpf, Brian (Lori) 6706 N. Mt. Hawley Rd. Peoria, IL 61614 309-685-8853

brianrumpf@coreconstruct.com

My wife, Shannon and I celebrated our 11th anniversary this spring. Our son Cooper is 7 and we spend our days as taxi drivers with soccer, swim lessons, and Cub Scouts on the calendar. My oldest daughter, Shelby, gave birth to a beautiful

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little girl named Sophia in November, so we are now grandparents. Reid graduated from high school this year and will be attending Emporia State University to pursue a teaching degree. Aubrey will be a Junior at Emporia High School this fall and will be a trainer for the football team, as well as participate in wrestling and track.

family would like to wish the very best to all of our Con-E alumni! If you are ever in the area, please stop by, call, or email! Cramer, Robert (Lori)

Cramer and Assoc., Inc. 3100 SW Brookside Drive Grimes, IA 50111 515-265-1447 rcramer@cramerandassociatesinc.com Lauren (20) Rob (18)

BS 1990 Baughman, Mark (Nici) M.A. Mortenson Co. 1811 221st PL NE 10230 NE Points Dr., Suite 300 Sammamish, WA 98074 Kirkland, WA 98033 206-778-8964 206-778-8964 markbaughman13@gmail.com mark.baughman@mortenson.com Olivia (13) Greg (10)

Life is good. The house is as hectic as ever as Rob and Lauren are migrating out but several foster kids are migrating in and out. I am now known as being 7 Democrats short of Regent. Gov. Branstad had nominated me for the Board of Regents but most of the Senate Democrats voted against my confirmation where I needed a 2/3 vote. However, the Governor went on to select another ConE, Milt Dakovich (’76), to be on the Board. He will be outstanding.

Mark’s career with Mortenson continues in Seattle. He is overseeing multiple projects including two local wastewater treatment plant projects and a renovation project at the University of Washington Medical Center. Nici is enjoying being a 3rd grade teacher and teaches at a school close to home. Olivia is excited to finally be a teenager, and Greg is a very busy 10 year old. This past year saw trips to Iowa to visit family as well as a fun trip to Orlando.

Flickinger, Timothy (Christie) Windstream th 3105 E. 39 Street 3630 109th Street Des Moines, IA 50317 Urbandale, IA 50317 515-262-6454 515-309-1135 Moltz, Eric (Michelle) PO Box 322 Salida, CO 81201 Kaitlyn (15) Ryan (13)

Busch, Richard US Army Corps of Engineers 3663 Deer Run Road 5301 NW 78th Avenue Story City, IA 50248 Johnston, IA 50131 515-203-2034 309-948-4622 buschrk@netins.net richard.m.busch@usace.army.mil Mackenzie (16) Karlie (12) Austin (09)

Moltz Construction, Inc. PO Box 729 Salida, CO 81201 719-539-7319

Rossmiller, Brian (Cori) Estes Construction st 1844 31 Street A 131 W. Second St, Suite 400 Moline, IL 61265 PO Box 3608 309-797-0352 Davenport, IA 52808 Cody (16) 563-322-7301 Jacob (13) brossmiller@estesconstruction.com

I have had several opportunities throughout the years since my time at ISU. I am currently working at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, stationed at Saylorville Lake – Des Moines, IA, as an Area/Resident Engineer. The job is rewarding and very challenging.

Been a busy year, but has been good to be busy. Also got my Certified Healthcare Construction certification last summer. Schumacher, Tom (Patsy) 23341 Risa Ln. California, MD 20619 ptschum@yahoo.com

I am blessed to have 3 kids and enjoy the wide realm of activities associated with them. We keep very active in sports, boating and leisure time. Our 77


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Ames, IA 50014 402-680-8338 kurt.reser@gmail.com Jacob (18)

Working for the Navy now as a contractor.

BS 1991

Warren, Jason (Beth) MidAmerican Energy 3730 Lacina Dr. SW 1630 Lower Muscatine Rd. Iowa City, IA 52240 Iowa City, IA 52240 319-338-7294 319-341-4425 thebugman123@yahoo.com jlwarren@midamerican.com Christian (15) Jonah (12) Kellen (9) Quinn (6)

Francois, Paul (Teresa (Donlea) Francois – ISU Math ’90) Pepper Constr. Co. of Ohio 8151 Buttleston Dr. 495 Metro Place S., Suite 350 Dublin, OH Dublin, OH 43017 614-832-8469 614-798-8433 Kayla (21) Alex (19) Emma (17) Will (14)

BS 1992

Gebhardt, Douglas (Susan) Blakley Corporation 10250 Windward Pass 8060 East 88th Street Fishers, IN 46037 Indianapolis, IN 46037 317-537-2696 317-576-8320 dmgebhardt@att.net douggebhardt@blakleys.com Katelyn (13) Emily (9) William (7)

DeGroot, Dave (Michelle) Mortenson 1762 Lake Shore Drive 700 Meadow Lane N Iowa City, IA 52246 Minneapolis, MN 55422 319-333-1817 612-490-9722 herbathome@aol.com david.degroot@mortenson.com Katelynn (14) Isaac (6)

McDermott, Mark (Jamie) Black & Veatch (Beijing) Engr. Design Co Ltd c/o Black & Veatch15/F, SK Capital Tower Beijing 11401 Lamar No. 6, Jia Jianwai Ave. Overland Park, KS 66211 Chaoyang District 913-458-8135 Beijing 100022, P.R.C. mcdermottma@bv.com +86(139)1017.0035 Ryan Patrick (13) Jamies “Riley” (11) Ireland Elizabeth (9)

Currently working on the re-build of Hancher Auditorium for the University of Iowa. Kraft, Wayne F. (Donna) 2515 Dauce St. Davenport, IA 52804 563-326-4670 wkraft2546@gmail.com Tammy Ogden (39) Daniel Kraft (35)

After completing 4 years in Thailand, the family and I have recently moved to Beijing, China.

Retired

Retired 28 Sept. 2012 after working 22 years for Frye Builders & Associates, General Contractor, Muscatine, IA 52761.

Postma, Gene (Sue) APi Group/Western States Fire Protection 13086 Whisper Canyon Rd. 7020 S. Tucson Way Castle Pines, CO 80108 Centennial, CO 80112 720-318-6795 gene.postma@wsfp.us

Enjoyed my years in the Construction Industry. Things have changed a lot in 40 years and it would be interesting to see what happens in the next 40 years.

It’s great being able to see the ConE program get stronger and stronger as the years go by. If anyone is ever in the Denver area, give me a call for lunch. Reser, Kurt (Jeanne) 3103 Whitetail Lane

Eden Prairie, MN 55344 952-944-4300 kurt.reser@cherne.com

Renoe, James 5516 Boulder Highway Las Vegas, NV 89122 317-457-9776

Cherne Contracting Group 9855 W 78th Street 78

R.W. Armstrong Hamdan St; 14th Floor Millennium Tower; ABU DHABI, U.A.E.


jamesrenoe@aol.com

971-50-121-5468 jrenoe@rwa.com

opportunities where we can utilize the engineering skills and talents of our staff. ECI primarily focuses on tunnel, shaft, and underground infrastructure construction and rehabilitation as well as dam, hydroelectric, and water resources projects. ECI and ASI combined execute about $125 million in annual construction revenues.

BS 1993 Cunz, Heather (Derek) 17880 63rd Ave. N. Minnesota Maple Grove cunz@comcast.net Ella (11) Jensen (10)

Personally my family and I have been very busy. My oldest daughter will be graduating high school in 2014 and so we are now on the college tours, ISU being one that she is looking at. We continue to travel every chance we get as well as all of the other outdoor activities we are all involved in. We still very much enjoy living in Minnesota.

Three years now in Minnesota after the move from Colorado. We have survived the winters, humidity and mosquitoes. We are enjoying the lakes and being closer to Iowa. I am still holding down the home fort and busy volunteering at school and with the neighborhood HOA board (putting my project management skills to work). The girls are growing up too fast. Floyd, Eric 8201 Belinder Rd. Leawood, KS 66206

Mostaert, Trent (Christine) M.A. Mortenson Co. 5051 Gladstone Avenue 700 Meadow Lane N. Minneapolis, MN 55419 Minneapolis, MN 55422 602-463-9241 602-463-9241 trent.mostaert@mortenson.com

JE Dunn Construction 1001 Locust Kansas City, MO 64106 816-474-8600 eric.floyd@jedunn.com

Enjoying the start of my 2nd year at Mortenson since moving to Minneapolis from Arizona. I am now the General Manager for our Solar and Emerging Renewables Business – in January we broke ground on the world’s largest solar project. It’s a 580 MW utility scale solar facility located on approximately 4,500 acres just Northeast of Los Angeles, CA – exciting project to be a part of.

BS 1994 Ahrenholtz, Chris (Charlotte) Lueder Constr. Co. 4216 S 174th Ave. 9999 J St Omaha, NE 68135 Omaha, NE 68127 402-884-6017 402-339-1000 ahrenholtz@gmail.com cahrenholtz@lueder.com Emma (12) Cade (9)

We also bought a house in January. Looking forward to enjoying the backyard and some good bar-b-que’s this summer. Hope all is well for everyone else! Turczynski, Scott (Anita) 11925 NE 64th St. The Heartland Companies Elkhart, IA 50073 1305 E. Broadway 515-202-8984 Des Moines, IA 50313 scottT@heartlandfinishes.com 515-244-8900 Luke (13) scottT@heartlandfinishes.com Max (8) Ruth (6)

McFadden, Shane (Lori) Engineering & Constr. Innovations, Inc. (ECI) 4249 Salem Ave. 7012 6th Street North St. Louis Park, MN 55416 Oakdale, MN 55128 Kylie (17) 651-298-9111 Annika (13) shane@eandci.co

BS 1995

ECI is in its 15th year since Robb Johnson (ISU CE ’95) started it in the basement of my house in St. Cloud. The company continues to grow and has really diversified since its merger with ASI Constructors of Pueblo Colorado in 2010. The company still specializes in unusual and high risk

Brcka, Kent (Holly) 20208 Killdeer Ave. Mason City, IA 50401 641-423-0422 79

Henkel Construction Co. 208 East State St. Mason City, IA 50401 641-423-5674


brcka20208@gmail.com kent@henkelconstruction.com Olivia (9) Alex (8) Nick (8)

We added another boat to our toy collection; a 1976 Yukon Delta camper cruiser (looks just like somebody parked a camper on a tri-hull boat). It even has harvest green metal counters, dark wood paneling, and a propane tank mounted under the back porch. We float it on the Mississippi, but could easily pull it to and hook up at a KOA campround…!

BS 1996 Kuehni, RoseMarie (Doug Bailey) 1373 Ash Street University of Minnesota Prescott, WI 54021 vanza001@umn.edu 612-209-2925 rosemarie747@hotmail.com Wyatt (8)

We’re holding off on houseboat renovations as we just bought a c.1920 Colonial Revival home in Prescott. Finally got my old farmhouse and now have endless plans to renovate and restore to original condition! It has hardwood floors throughout (looking for volunteers to help sand and refinish!), and many original features including woodwork and cabinets.

In January, I celebrated my 10-year anniversary teaching construction management classes at the University of Minnesota. Currently I teach three classroom-based courses, and three online courses. I’ve finally adjusted to online delivery; must keep pace with modern students and alternative means of communicating!

Hope y’all are well – drop in or drop a line sometime! Schnurr, Bryan (Staci) Life Care Services 16852 Aurora Ct. 400 Locust St., Suite 820 Clive, IA 50325 Des Moines, IA 50309 sschnurr3504@msn.com 515-875-4500 Mikayla (13) schnurrbryan@icsnet.com Nicholas (11) Ella (8) Payton (8)

I continue independent CM consulting. Construction of the house I designed for a Mississippi River Bluff in Pepin County, Wisconsin is almost done! The process took alot longer than anticipated as the client tripled the budget with adds and finish upgrades.

Scranton, Kirsta The University of Iowa 2629 1st St SW 1 West Prentiss St Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 USB 220 319-400-9022 Iowa City, IA 52242 klscranton@gmail.com kirsta-scranton@uiowa.edu

I’m working part-time as a Building Sciences Technologist for Braun Intertec, Inc out of their Bloomington, Minnesota office; some construction inspection, but mostly pre- and post-construction surveys. Most involvement this year has been with the Central Corridor Light Rail Transit project between Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN. I finally formalized my 20+ year involvement with arts and celebrations by opening Windsong Studio; focus on planning assistance, artistic creations, and ceremonial ministry for weddings and special events (yes, I am now an ordained minister!).

Stephenson, Phillip (Heather) Burns & McDonnell 490 Periwinkle Street One Point Drive, Suite 540 Fullerton, CA 92835 Brea, CA 92835 714-448-4790 714-989-2054 abcds001@gmail.com pstephenson@burnsmcd.com Aiden (6) Nathan (4)

My son Wyatt is growing like a weed! Cub Scouts, soccer, and fishing occupy most of his time. His favorite interest still remains steering wheels; he has his own pick-up truck (yes, really!) a jacked-up 1984 Chevy 4WD. He is only eight, but can drive quite well both on and off road.

Zerr, Stacy (Randy) The Waldinger Corporation 775 SE Willow Cir. 2601 Bell Avenue Waukee, IA 50263 Des Moines, IA 50263 515-327-2552 515-323-8740 stacyzerr@gmail.com stacy.zerr@walinder.com Tanner (9) 80


Morgan (9)

market, life is pretty. Heger, Tom JE Dunn Construction Company 13212 Carter St. 1001 Locust Overland Park, KS 66213 Kansas City, MO 64106 816-309-8264 816-426-8853 Jacob (9) tom.heger@jedunn.com Ashley (5)

MS 1996 Hartmann (Lin), Beth (Tim) Iowa State Univ. 2227 Timberland Road 450 Town Engr. Bldg. Ames, IA 50014 Ames, IA 50011 515-450-5554 515-294-8190 Hannah (14) Nate (11)

I recently celebrated 15 years with JE Dunn and continue to really enjoy it. After finishing up a large project ($550M) for the NNSA, I am now back on Sports projects. I am currently heading up the University of Missouri Memorial Stadium expansion/addition projects and overseeing a couple of other sports/rec projects.

Tim, Hannah, Nate and I are blessed to have my mom living with us…still! During the school year the kids keep us busy with their extracurricular activities – art, band, orchestra, choir, drama club, etc.

Julie and the kids are doing great and we all are enjoying a busy summer.

On a personal level, I completed by final PhD course and began my dissertation work in summer 2013. Along with lots of teaching and learning, I was fortunate to have a book published by PPI called Construction Depth Practice Exams – a PE review book. The best personal news, however, is a new addition to the family – a black lab/border collie pup named Pete!

BS 1998 Streeter-Schaefer, Holly (Ken) Polsinelli PC th 6932 Walmer St. 120 W. 12 St., Suite 1600 Overland Park, KS 66204 Kansas City, MO 64105 913-261-9346 816-218-1218 hschaefer22@gmail.com hschaefer@polsinelli.com Two golden retrievers: Scooby, 10 yrs. and Jack, 9 yrs.

BS 1997 Brown, Jason (Jean) PricewaterhouseCoopers 1340 S. Plymouth Court 1 N. Wacker Chicago, IL 60605 Chicago, IL 60606 brownjr_97@yahoo.com 312-298-2147 jason.r.brown@us.pwc.com Nora (9) Sarah (4)

I am a shareholder at Polsinelli focusing my practice on the construction industry. I leverage my construction engineering degree and experience with my legal background to evaluate and manage risk for construction industry participants, specializing in claim management and resolution, contract review and negotiations, insurance issues and risk management matters. I am involved in professional and community activities, which include the following: Board Member of Central Exchange and the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction, member of the Code Board of Appeals for the City of Overland Park, Kansas, as well as being a member in other organizations and various committees.

Hass, Michael (Laura) Weitz 10245 Hunt Club Ln 1720 Centrepark Dr E Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 561-249-7500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 mandlhass@msn.com 561-687-4859 Samuel (10) michael.hass@weitz.com Lillian (8) August (4) I highly recommend South Florida after a lifetime in Midwest winters. We moved Jan. 1 and missed the bulk of Iowa’s longest winter. Between Disney, the beach, 80-degree days and a robust construction

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Rusk, Jennifer Target Corporation 3726 Grand Avenue South 50 S 6th Street Minneapolis, MN 55409 Suite 400 TP3-0807 612-670-9603 Minneapolis, MN 55403 jenniferrusk12@yahoo.com 612-761-4638 jennifer.rusk@target.com

start school this summer. We also have a new addition to our family: Rufus, a nearly one year old Golden Retriever, who has thwarted all our efforts to start gardening so far  Knepper, Jeffrey (Rachel) Diamond Cut, Inc. 27 Nicholas Court 3104 W. 76thStreet Eldridge, IA 52748 Davenport, IA 52806 563-370-7631 563-322-6006 jjknepper@hotmail.com jknepper@diamondcutusa.com Joseph (10) Natalie (8) Kaitlyn (5)

Wischmeyer, Kirk (Jenna) 1420 Sixth St SW Mt. Vernon, IA 52314 319-895-6008 kirkwischmeyer@hotmail.com Ella (10) Lillian (7) Lucy (4)

Laski (Gleason), Tara (Matthew) Irvine, CA Universal Health Services 949-466-9647 949-466-9647 taralaski@gmail.com taralasti@uhsinc.com Zachary (3)

Zehring (Bleigh), Jennifer (Rick) 4497 Code Brook Dr. Turner Construction Liberty Twp., OH 45011 250 W. Court Street 513-894-2341 Cincinnati, OH 45202 jzehring1@gmail.com 513-615-2963 Drew (6) jzehring@tcco.com Brendan (4) Aubrey (1 month)

I have been working as an Owner Rep for Universal Health Services since 2008. Our company has progressed significantly in utilizing lean tools for all our projects. I am very lucky to work part-time so I have extra time to spend with our 3 year old Zac.

BS 1999

Loss, AJ (Kris) Bush Construction 1439 Antler Ct. 5401 Victoria Ave. Bettendorf, IA 52722 Davenport, IA 52807 563-359-0442 563-344-3791 aj_loss@bushconstruct.com Mason (10) Sammy (8) Lexi (3)

Altes, Jonathan (Kelly) The Weitz Company 1164 Columbine Circle 5901 Thornton Ave Norwalk, IA 50211 Des Moines, IA 50321 jon4isu@gmail.com 515-246-4700 Alexander (3) jonathan.altes@weitz.com Anthony (20 mo.) Halloran, John GE Johnson Construction Co. PO Box 4703 40800 Hwy 6 Avon, CO 81620 Avon, CO 81620 970-471-6048 970-471-6048 halloranj@gejohnson.com

Kris and the kids continue to keep things at home exciting and packed full of activities. I don’t know how she does it. Bush Construction continues to grow at an impressive rate. We are keeping our pencils sharp enough to allow continued success on competitive bid work while maintaining and developing relationships with clients which allows most of our work to be negotiated. We are always in the market for great people to add to the Bush Team.

Ehmer, Judith (Jan) Ernst & Young Real Estate GmbH Pfeddersheimer Weg 50 Friedrichstr. 140 Berlin 14129 Berlin 10117 Germany Germany judith.ehmer@gmx.de judith.ehmer@de.ey.com Jella (5) Jannike (3)

Nelson, Mike (Dana) 3780 Louis Road Palo Alto, CA 94303

We’ve finally moved into our new home after more than a year of remodeling, just in time for Jella to 82

Skanska 1999 Harrison Street Oakland, CA 94612


408-690-2234 micnel@gmail.com Kate (5) Will (2)

408-690-2234 mike.nelson@skanska.com

BS 2001 Eilers (Burns), Heather (Michael) JE Dunn st 14708 W. 71 Terrace 1001 Locust Shawnee, KS 66216 Kansas City, MO 64106 816-506-4495 816-506-4496 heather1322@whoever.com heather.eilers@jedunn.com

Spence, Jenny Pepper Construction Company 6526 Marble Lane 411 Lake Zurich Road Carpentersville, IL 60110 Barrington, IL 60010 847-417-8626 847-381-2760 jenny_s75@yahoo.com jspence@pepperconstruction.com

Irlbeck, Brian (Josie) 1323 Pacific Beach Swinerton Renewable Energy Dr., Unit D 16798 W. Bernardo Drive San Diego, CA 92109 San Diego, CA 92127 619-737-6708 858-622-4040 birlbeck@gmail.com birlbeck@swinterton.com

BS 2000 Golumbeck, Steve Ryan Companies US, Inc. 1148 Oxford Ln 111 Shuman Blvd Suite 400 Lake Zurich, IL 60047 Naperville, IL 60563 630-328-1100 steve.golumbeck@ryancompanies.com Katelyn (4) Jacob (2)

Miner, Jason (Susan) 13257 W. 26th Ave. Golden, CO 80401 720-837-3757 jasonrminer@gmail.com Vivian Audrey

Life is good. Majeres, Todd (Jessi) Des Moines Public Schools 1400 S. 52nd Street, Unit 31 1917 Dean Ave. W. Des Moines, IA 50265 Des Moines, IA 50316 majerest@yahoo.com 515-242-8337 todd.majeres@dmschools.org

It’s been a busy start to 2013! We moved from central Denver to Golden, and added a new baby girl to our family. Jason is staying busy with construction management and consulting work. Schwager, Dale (Valerie) Foundation Service Corp 2305 3rd Ave SE 220 Hudson Rd, PO Box 120 Altoona, IA 50009 Hudson, IA 50643 319-415-5336 319-988-9802 dale@foundationservicecorp.com Karver

Valdez, Brandon (Elizabeth – ISU ConE 2001) Stillwell, KS 66085 Turner Construction Company Carter (7) 2345 Grand Blvd., Suite 1000 Coen (5) Kansas City, MO 64108 816-283-0555 bvaldez@tcco.com

Stephens, Shamus (Jennifer) Skold Construction 21385 Hwy 92 5730 NE 17th Street Ackworth, IA 50001 Des Moines, IA 50313 515-208-4086 515-264-8420 shamus@skoldcompanies.com Colten (13) Grace (11) Ross (7)

I am currently the Division Manager for the Special Projects Division. White, Eric (Tracy) Estes Construction th 106 8 Street 131 W. Second Street Durant, IA 52747 Davenport, IA 52806 563-785-6728 563-322-7301 ejwhite340@msn.com ewhite@estesconstruction.com Jordin (5) Evan (3)

BS 2002 Kies, Katie PO Box 282 Humboldt, IA 50548 83

Woodruff Construction 1890 Kountry Lane Ft. Dodge, IA 50501


913-787-7330 515-269-2927 katiekies@hotmail.com katiek@woodruffcompanies.com

Manhattan, KS 66502 731-467-0046 nateblomme@hotmail.com Adam (3) Mason (1) Hudson (1)

Sporaa, Shadrach (Jessica) Henning Construction 1516 S Avenue PO Box 394 Boone, IA 50036 Johnston, IA 50131 515-795-3842 515-253-0943 sporacing@gmail.com ssporaa@webild.com Quali (11) Qiana (7) Levi (3)

Project Manager for Balfour Beatty Construction working on the Fort Riley, Kansas replacement hospital project $287 M. Over ten years of healthcare construction experience.

Same story, running construction of Kum & Go Stores in the states of Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Once in a while helping out in Iowa and South Dakota.

Cheeseman, Ryan Jensen Construction Company 4814 NW 4th St 5550 NE 22nd St Ankeny, IA 50023 Des Moines, IA 50313 515-490-4440 515-266-5173 ryanjcheeseman@gmail.com rcheeseman@jensenconst.com

Still racing sprint cars in and around Iowa and staying busy with all of the kids sports activities.

Determan, Barry (Traci) Turner Construction Co. 5204 Meadowlark Drive 2345 Grand Blvd. Shawnee, KS 66226 Suite 1000 bldeterman@gmail.com Kansas City, MO 64108 Ashlie (2) 816-215-0576 bdeterman@tcco.com

Strub, Joseph (Rita) Pogue Construction 7720 Michael Ct. 1512 Bray Central Dr McKinney, TX 75071 McKinney, TX 75069 214-843-1607 214-592-2794 jrstrub@gmail.com joe@pogueconstruction.com Hudson (5) Easton (2)

I am currently a Sr. Project Manager in Turner’s Special Projects Division.

This is my first year with Pogue Construction as Director of preconstruction after 11 years with Gilbane Building Company in Florida. The relocation has been a wonderful advancement in my career and am very happy to be back in Big12 country. The Texas market is booming and we are always looking for good ISU ConE graduates so please send me an E-mail if ever in the Dallas Metroplex. Swanson, Don (Rebecca) 5821 Elm Street Omaha, NE 68106 402-889-0567 tacodon97@aol.com

Staudt, Josh Henning Construction 1374 91st Street 5800 Merle Hay Rd, Suite 14 W. Des Moines, IA 50266 Johnston, IA 50131 joshstaudt@hotmail.com jstaudt@webild.com

BS 2004 Audino, Dave (Erin) 8820 NE 101st St. Kansas City, MO 64157 816-918-8053 daudino@tcco.com Tylor Riley Dominic

Midwest Mechanical Industrial Services 311 East 7th Street Logan, IA 51546

Project Manager

Turner Construction Co. 2345 Grand Blvd Kansas City, MO 64108 816-283-0555

Guggisberg, Angie Minnesota Zoo 1355 Pascal Street North 13000 Zoo Boulevard St. Paul, MN 55108 Apple Valley, MN 55124 651-262-9348 952-431-9231 aguggie@yahoo.com

BS 2003 Blomme, Nathan (Amber) Balfour Beatty Constr. 3021 Irene Circle nblomme@balfourbeattyus.com 84


angie.guggisberg@state.mn.us Five years in zoo construction… wow. This year I’m working on a nature based play area, carousel and snow monkey exhibit. Who would have guessed!

Things continue to go well in Minneapolis. The company continues to grow and we now have 4 ISU ConE alumni and 3 ISU ConE Interns! Family is doing well and have enjoyed my trips back to Ames for Advisory Meetings and recruiting.

Kruse, Brad Mortenson Construction 14135 Plymouth Avenue 700 Meadow Lane N. Burnsville, MN 55337 Minneapolis, MN 55422 952-240-3666 763-287-5631 bradkruse@gmail.com brad.kruse@mortenson.com

Zehnder, Geoffrey Sala & Associates 3435 Joshua Tree Dr 5728 Osuna Rd. NE Rio Rancho, NM 87144 Albuquerque, NM 87109 gpzehnder@gmail.com 800-675-9061 geoff@sala-associates.com

Romero, Jason (Amber) Centurylink st th 18800 1 Pl W 12550 26 Ave Northeast Bothell, WA 98012 Seattle, WA 98125 425-776-2974 206-345-0227 j_romero5@hotmail.com jason.romero1@centurylink.com

Currently I am working on the LCLS II project. It’s adding a second leg to the linear accelerator at Stanford. Our company provides project management expertise and helps bridge the gap between federal owners and contractors. We develop tools and processes to take industry standard practices and fold them into federal requirements. We also provide guidance, develop processes and procedures, and help write project plans for contractors to navigate the stricter federal safety, quality, and reporting requirements. Hopefully they can make money without a lawsuit. It’s been an interesting job. I’ve been able to work on projects ranging from nuclear weapons, green energy, microbiology, particle physics, and international security. It is amazing what you learn too. I learned in foreign countries you need to specify that doors belong in walls, otherwise they may install the door in a sidewalk.

Smith, Donavan (Tanya Kula) Greiner Construction 120 Lyon Street 625 Marquette Ave, #840 St. Paul, MN 55106 Minneapolis, MN 55402 651-983-0694 612-366-5649 donavan.smith@gmail.com dsmith@greinerconstruction.biz Zoey (spoiled dog) I’m going on my third year at Greiner Construction in Minneapolis. It’s been an exciting experience helping to grow the company the past couple of years. We have an amazing team, including many ISU grads. Projects including Solhaus Apartments, Solhaus Tower Apartments, Rechelbacher Penthouse, and 7West Apartments have been great. Looking forward to diversifying our portfolio into some new market sections in the near future.

BS 2005 Jestrab, Eric Richard Construction, Inc. 3800 Grandlake Apt F103 732 Prospect Avenue Kenner, LA 70065 Norco, LA 70079 515-450-9694 409-659-4035 e_jestrab@hotmail.com eric.jestrab@rig-rci.com

Tucker, Rick (Michelle) Ryan Companies US Inc. 1341 W 49th St 201 N Harrison St Davenport, IA 52806 Davenport, IA 52801 563-823-8100 rick.tucker@ryancompanies.com

Miltenberger, Josh (Jennifer) 328 NW Jackson Dr. Ryan Companies US, Inc. Ankeny, IA 50023 14001 Univ. Ave., Suite 300 515-309-8500 josh.miltenberger@ryancompanies.com Kaylea (9 mo)

Wessels, Brian (Amber) Greiner Construction 14169 Dearborn Path 625 Marquette Ave. Rosemount, MN 55068 Suite 840 651-252-1612 Minneapolis, MN 55402 brian.wessels@gmail.com bwessels@greinerconstruction.biz Aubrey (2)

Jen and I relocated back to the Des Moines metro a little over a year ago after a 2 ½ year stint in the Quad Cities. I’ve been with Ryan Companies 85


coming up on two years and have been able to work on a variety of projects (ranging from a 70,000 SF design/build office and warehouse to acting as a CMa for the State of Iowa on anything from a roof replacement to the demolition of the old Des Moines General Hospital). The biggest news out of the Miltenberger household in the last year has been the addition of our daughter Kaylea Joy. We are excited to introduce her to the Cyclone family!

Ana (12) Zackery (4) Nathaniel (1)

Lindquist, Eric (Karissa) Adjustable Forms Inc. 167 N Highland Ave. 1 E Progress Rd. Elmhurst, IL 60126 Lombard, IL 60148 630-359-7521 630-953-8700 eric.lindquist@gmail.com elindquist@adjustableforms.com

BS 2006

Rotta, Andrew (Emily) Level 3 438 Fox St. 720-888-7372 Denver, CO 80204 andrew.rotta@level3.com 712-898-6961

Blankenship, Michael Gleeson Constructors and Engineers 2015 E. 7th St. Sioux City, IA 51106 712-251-4767 mblankenship@gleesonllc.com Two kids, ages 3 years and 8 months

Working within the corporate strategy group of a $6 billion company. It is a lot different than construction and my thoughts about the differences change by the day. Interestingly, Kiewit initially founded the company.

Sundermann (Riesberg), Gina (Carl) 4105 Walnut St. Ryan Companies US, Inc. W. Des Moines, IA 50265 14001 Univ. Ave., Ben (3) Suite 300 Cole (3) Clive, IA 50265 515-309-8500 gina.sundermann@ryancompanies.com

BS 2008 Andrews, Randall (Stephanie) The Beck Group 29864 Lee Rd. 1807 Ross Ave. #500 Evergreen, CO 80439 Dallas, TX 75201 214-906-0943 214-707-3387 ra.andrews3@gmail.com randallandrews@beckgroup.com

BS 2007 Corkrean, Brad McCownGordon Construction 9405 Kessler Lane 422 Admiral Blvd Overland Park, KS 66212 Kansas City, MO 64106 816-215-6815 816-877-0621 bcorkrean4@gmail.com bcorkrean@mccowngordon.com

Worked for Beck in Dallas Fort Worth for five years. Recently transferred to Colorado. Superintendent in primarily health care construction. Harry, Brian (Kelly) Ryan Companies US, Inc. 2845 Volquardsen Ave. 201 N. Harrison Street Davenport, IA 52804 Suite 400 563-468-8575 Davenport, IA 52801 bharry08@gmail.com 563-823-8100 brian.harry@ryancompanies.com

Have worked for McCownGordon out of KC for 6 years now. McCownGordon is a mid to large sized General Contractor in the KC Metro area whose main competitors are JE Dunn and Turner Construction. Personally am working in project management and have worked in healthcare, K-12 and higher education, civic, not for profit, government and industrial/biosciences market sectors. Eveland, Jason (Kelsey) West Des Moines, IA jason.eveland@gmail.com

Johnston, IA 50131 515-270-1117 jeveland@hansencompany.com

At work, I am collaborating with Deere & Company on a number of large projects across the region including a power electronics lab in Fargo, ND, and a data center facility in Moline, IL.

The Hansen Co., Inc. 5665 Greendale Rd. Suite A

At home, Kelly just finished her master’s degree in occupational therapy and is now a licensed OT in Iowa and Illinois. She is working for Midwest 86


Therapy in Davenport. We spend many of our weekends boating with friends, and we enjoy getting back to ISU for as many football and basketball games that we can!

then relocated to Denver, CO to work on a VA Replacement Hospital project as purchasing agents. The beginning of May 2013 marked my return to Kansas City where I am continuing my work as a purchasing agent.

Jennett, Tim (Kate) JE Dunn Construction 1410 Ridgewood Dr. 901 S. Mopac Expressway Leander, TX 78641 Bldg. 2, Ste. 375 tim.jennett@gmail.com Austin, TX 78746 512-687-6113 tim.jennett@jedunn.com Loy, Zach (Katie)

Wetmore, Tom (Alison) Turner Construction Co. 418 Ford Street 55 E Monroe, Suite 3100 Geneva, IL 60134 Chicago, IL 60603 wetmore.thomas@gmail.com 708-323-9063 twetmore@tcco.com

Turner Construction Company 2345 Grand Blvd. Suite 1000 Kansas City, MO 64108 816-283-0555 zloy@tcco.com

BS 2009 Formanek, Brent (Connie Mckee) PO Box 523 Brenton Bldgs./Superior Bldg. Ctrs. Monona, IA 52159 Monona, IA 52159 bformanek@brentonbuildings.com

I am currently living in Liberty, Missouri with my wife, Katie. I work in Turner’s Kansas City office, and recently completed a Honda Dealership serving as Project Manager. After closeout, I am transitioning into our Preconstruction Department and looking forward to a new set of challenges. Stop by if you are in the KC area!

After graduating in Fall 2009 I went to work for Mortenson Construction in Chicago, IL as an Estimator. After a few years I moved back to Iowa and purchased a lumber hard with my father and started an agricultural contracting business ‘Brenton Buildings’ (www.brentonbuildings.com). Business has been good, with many dairy freestalls, beef confinements and farm shops going up. Also of note in April 2013 I became engaged and am currently planning a fall wedding.

Marbach, Lee (Julia) Russell Construction 3711 Tam-o-Shanter Dr. N. 4600 E. 53rd Street Bettendorf, IA 52722 Davenport, IA 52807 563-210-4060 563-459-4513 lmarbach@gmail.com lmarbach@russellco.com Kelsey (20 months)

Schmidt, Nicole (Bryan) Turner Construction Co. 9736 Larsen Street 2345 Grand Blvd., Suite 1000 Overland Park, KS 66214 Kansas City, MO 64108 816-256-6199 816-256-6199 schmidt.nicolem@gmail.com nschmidt@tcco.com

Julia and I have been enjoying our family of three and are expecting our second child in August. I am currently working on a new stadium, field-house and ball fields at Galesburg High School. I am also serving as President for the Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) Iowa chapter.

Back in good ole’ Kansas City, and with Bryan too! We had a wonderful time in Denver and enjoyed every chance we could to get out hiking or skiing! Currently, I’m the lead engineer/PM on a New Technology Support Center and Food Production Center additions for the Olathe School District (start Summer 2013) along with some small Healthcare TI projects. I continue to enjoy my sustainability manager position as well.

Schmidt, Bryan (Nicole) Turner Construction 9736 Larsen St. 2345 Grand Blvd, Suite 1000 Overland Park, KS 66214 Kansas City, MO 64108 816-210-8726 816-210-8726 bryan.m.schmidt@gmail.com bschmidt@gmail.com

Outside of work, I’m trying to find time to train for my first full marathon in October here in Kansas City. We’re getting ready to start a major two bathroom remodel at our house and other small home improvements. I’ve been continuing to take

Over the past year with Turner Construction, I have had many different and exciting opportunities. The first led me to El Paso, TX on a new border crossing facility as a project engineer. My wife Nicole and I 87


my Masters classes and work on my creative component to hopefully graduate in December 2013 back in Ames. Bryan and I both enjoy helping lead a small group at our church and are getting more involved in other sectors as well. The ISUAA Board of Directors is keeping me busy, and is another great “excuse” to get back to Ames and Iowa State.

BS 2011 Bakkum, Benjamin D. (Robyn)CSX Transportation 80 Autumn Creek Ln., Apt. G 1836 Broadway East Amherst, NY 14051 Buffalo, NY 515-230-8314 benjamin_bakkum@csx.com isubbakkum@gmail.com Currently working as a frontline supervisor at the largest Class 1 Railroad east of the Mississippi. I supervise a territory of over 200 miles and almost 60 employees to keep trains running 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Bryan and I are ready for football season to start and get back for some games. If you’re ever in KC, please give us a call – we’re happy to host you and/or your family. Go Cyclones!

I married my wonderful wife Robyn on September 1st of 2012 and we are enjoying all the Buffalo, NY area has to explore.

BS 2010 Cade, Peter Viking Automatic Sprinkler 300 Walnut St. #57 201 SE Shurfine Dr, Suite 8 Des Moines, IA 50309 Ankeny, IA 50021 515-771-1266 515-371-3675 cade86@alumni.iastate.edu peter.cade@vikingsprinkler.us

Fleming, Lauren Kiewit Bridge & Marine 91-1150 Mikohu St. #34T 94-235 Leoku St. Ewa Beach, HI 96706 Waipahu, HI 96797 hotpinkbugz@msn.com lauren.fleming@kiewit.com After graduating, I moved out to Hawaii to work for Kiewit Bridge and Marine on the Honolulu Rail Transit Project. I have been here for 1.5 years so far; I spent the first year working as the Electrical Engineer for the project, and I am currently working in the Contract Administration Department. Been great so far and I am looking forward to building the rail!

I designed for Viking for just over a year now I am the lead project manager in the contract department. I love every minute of it. The atmosphere is great and couldn’t ask for a better group of guys to work with. I can’t wait to see what the next step is. Karns, Matthew (Leah) Ball Team, LLC 7917 Townsend Avenue 10550 New York Ave Urbandale, IA 50322 Suite 100 515-321-3215 Urbandale, IA 50322 karnsmatthew@gmail.com 515-783-4738 mkarns@buildwithball.com Lane, Chad Kansas City, MO chadlane1@gmail.com

Noteboom, Ryan Grundy Center

JE Dunn Construction Kansas City, MO

Peterson Contractors, Inc. 104 Blackhawk Street Reinbeck, IA 50669 319-415-6173 ryann@petersoncontractors.com

Warning, David (Lisa) M.A. Mortenson Company 13071 Northrup Trl. 700 Meadow Lane North Eden Prairie, MN 55347 Minneapolis, MN 55422 515-291-1758 763-287-5822 dwwarning@gmail.com dave.warning@mortenson.com

Living the American Dream. Meinke, Anthony (Miriam) Woodruff Construction 1435 Davis Avenue 1890 Kountry Lane Goldfield, IA 50542 Ft. Dodge, IA 50501 515-368-2320 515-576-1118 ameinke@hotmail.com anthonym@woodruff.biz

BS 2012 Brinkmann, Cody Kiewit Infrastructure Co. 4009 Raynor Pkwy. Apt. 2207 4004 S. 60th St. 88


Bellevue, NE 68123 Omaha, NE 68117 515-520-2135 402-734-9200 brink.cod.08@gmail.com cody.brinkmann@kiewit.com

Future plans: Work for Kiewit center and start a family in the next couple years. How would you like to be remembered?: A hard worker who strives to do great work.

I estimated in Omaha for the first 4 months with being with Kiewit. Since then, I’ve moved to a job at a nuclear power plant north of Omaha. I’m assisting the project contract administrator, generating change orders, and completing estimates. I’ve learned a lot since graduating Iowa State, and I would like to thank all of the professors for teaching me the ways. If anybody would ever like to contact me, please don’t hesitate in doing so. And with that I would like to say, live long and prosper.

Bruce, Bill Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, being in the outdoors Future plans: Work for The Weitz Company. Live in Ames next couple years until ABE jobsite is complete. Caswell, Lauren Hobbies: Sports (basketball, volleyball, softball), hanging out Future plans: Job, have a family one day How would you like to be remembered?: As a nice, fun person.

Hauser, Brett Weis Builders 2515 Windsor Ln. 7645 Lyndale Ave S Woodbury, MN 55125 Minneapolis, MN 55423 651-336-1729 651-336-1729 bretthauser1@gmail.com

Dalluge, Robert Hobbies: I like to go camping, fishing, play sports, and relax with a nice movie or video game. Future plans: I plan on moving to Spirit Lake, Iowa to work for a design company called Energy Panel Structures. How would you like to be remembered?: As a hard working student who treated fellow students and faculty with respect.

Krull, Jared Kiewit Infrastructure South Co. 610 S. Cherry St. 13119 Old Denton Road Shell Rock, IA 50670 Ft. Worth, TX 76177 817-915-2482 817-915-2482 jkrull89@hotmail.com Rottinghaus, Rachel J.E. Dunn Construction 7527 Girsch Rd. W. Des Moines, IA Waterloo, IA 50701 rachrottinghaus@gmail.com

Davis Jr., Carlton L. Hobbies: Running, basketball, tennis, drawing Future plans: Sometime soon, I hope to become a Project Manager or Superintendent. I love construction so much I wouldn’t mind alternating back and forth. I don’t want a family until I’m older. I want to embrace my youth while I have it and share it with others as well. How would you like to be remembered?: I have worked so hard from where I came from to where I’m at today. I’ve done so much better for myself than I ever dreamed of. The drive, focus, and passion I have for engineering shows through everything I do for myself and others and hopefully it makes a difference in someone’s life to do the same.

BS 2012 At the Senior Banquet(s), graduating seniors were asked to fill out a form that included their future plans and how they would like to be remembered. We have reprinted this information for those who gave us permission. Congratulations to the graduates! Bear, Mike Hobbies: Outdoor activities Future plans: Work for Kiewit, Metairie, LA How would you like to be remembered?: Enjoyed being here. Had a lot of fun.

Ekholm, Kara Hobbies: Intramurals, running and Kappa Alpha Theta Future plans: Project Engineer at Kraus-Anderson Construction

Brinkmann, Cody Hobbies: Disc golf 89


Hannasch, Maria Hobbies: Traveling, reading, running and yoga, German Future plans: This summer I worked for Mortenson Construction in Minneapolis, MN. After graduation I will move back to Minnesota and start work in January as a field engineer for Mortenson Construction. How would you like to be remembered?: I hope I have had a positive impact on the program, especially as a peer mentor in the Learning Community. This program means a lot to me and I feel grateful I could be involved.

Future plans: Working for Rinderknecht Associates, Inc., a general contractor in Cedar Rapids. How would you like to be remembered?: Easygoing guy who works hard when things need to get done but also likes to have a good time. Magill, Nate Hobbies: Truck pulls, hunting Future plans: AWS Mann, Nicholas Hobbies: Outdoor recreation of all types, sports, woodworking Future plans: Work at Russell Construction as a project engineer in Davenport, IA. How would you like to be remembered?: A hard working, yet easy going guy.

Holthaus, Ross Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, playing softball, shooting guns Future plans: Find a job with a GC, eventually move out to Colorado. How would you like to be remembered?: Seen as a hard worker, a very personable person.

Ogea, Bryce Hobbies: Hunting, cars, motorcycles Future plans: Work at Heartland Asphalt in Mason City, IA How would you like to be remembered?: Hard worker and easy to get along with.

Johnson, Evan Hobbies: Golfing Jorgensen, Jacob Hobbies: Working out, biking, golfing, anything outdoors Future plans: Going to work for McCarthy Construction in Dallas, Texas

Revesz, Kyle Hobbies: Writing music, fishing, traveling, working on cars. Future plans: Move to Chicago to continue the legacy after my grandfather and father by working for the family business and doing my best to make it more successful. How would you like to be remembered?: A student who was kind to others and persevered in getting my degree even after several set-backs over the years.

Krull, Jared Hobbies: Golfing, riding motorcycles, and working on vehicles Future plans: Work for Kiewit in Fort Worth How would you like to be remembered?: I’d like to be remembered for having a good sense of humor and a hard worker.

Rottinghaus, Rachel Hobbies: Playing sports, shopping, listening to music, hanging out with friends. Future plans: Working for J.E. Dunn Construction and having a family.

Kumm, Tyler Hobbies: Hanging out with friends/family, attending cyclone games Future plans: No job plans yet, hopefully I’ll know very soon and move to a new city and start the next chapter of life. How would you like to be remembered?: Being a good classmate to work with and enjoyable to be around.

Rumpza, Patrick Hobbies: Basketball, all sports, fishing, watersports Future plans: I have accepted a job as an associate project manager with the Opus Group in Minneapolis.

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How would you like to be remembered?: I want to be remembered for treating everyone with respect and being easy to get along with.

Yocum, Lee Future plans: Working for Kiewit Building Group in Omaha How would you like to be remembered?: Member of 1st place ASC Region IV Commercial Team Fall 2011.

Sheston, Michael Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, archery, camping, working out Future plans: Kiewit, no family at this time, I plan on doing a lot of traveling after graduation. How would you like to be remembered?: As a hard working person and as someone who is willing to go the extra mile to help people and be a good person.

Yungtum, Jon Hobbies: Reading, woodworking, sports Future plans: I start working for Weitz Construction in their Industrial division January of 2013. How would you like to be remembered?: One of the strengths of the Iowa State Construction Engineering Program are the people. My greatest experience at ISU was working and learning along side my peers – Aut inveniam viam aut faciam. –

Sievers, Kyle Hobbies: Basketball, exercising, fishing, socializing Future plans: Working for a general contractor somewhere in the Midwest. Have a family someday. How would you like to be remembered?: Hard working, fun loving guy.

BS 2013 Besonen, Jessica Hobbies: My dog, Buddy. Running or training for new races with my brother. Doing anything that involves creativity, friends, or fun! Future plans: Working for Opus in Minnetonka, MN. Hopefully will go back for a master’s degree sometime in the future. And looking forward to moving home and spending time with my family and friends from high school and Iowa State! How would you like to be remembered?: Determined and unique. Helpful and caring. Passionate. Fun and enjoyable.

Singsank, Josh Hobbies: Basketball, biking, running and golfing Future plans: I am current an Assistant Project Engineer at Pepper Construction Company in downtown Chicago. How would you like to be remembered?: Hardworking and committed to learning as much as possible; focused on making the most of my education to prepare me for the future. Sprecher, Jake Hobbies: Motorcycles, boating, skiing, movies, video games Future plans: Currently seeking full-time employment as of 11/28. How would you like to be remembered?: For being myself.

Bratz, Brandon Hobbies: Golf, fishing, hunting, anything outdoors Future plans: Stay in Iowa, get my P.E., and eventually start a family How would you like to be remembered?: Friendly, hard-worker, willing to help anyone, and always in a good mood.

Van Ryswyk, Cole Hobbies: Golf, hunting, farming, sports Future plans: Moving to Wever, IA to work on the Iowa Fertilizer Project with the Weitz Company. How would you like to be remembered?: Someone who was always involved in organizations and activities, hardworking, and respectful.

Brown, Ethan Hobbies: Anything outdoors Future plans: Planning on buying a house around the Ankeny, IA area and working for Downing Construction Inc. as a Project Engineer. How would you like to be remembered?: As someone that was a good team member and easy to get along with. 91


Conniff, Mark Hobbies: Golf, baseball, football, lounging Future plans: Will be working for a mechanical contractor in IL as their HVAC Estimator. Want to become a project manager after 5 years with my P.E. How would you like to be remembered?: Hard working, dedicated, motivated, outgoing.

Einck, Jordan Hobbies: Woodworking, hunting Future plans: Working for Ball Team, LLC in Des Moines How would you like to be remembered?: Being involved with AGC since my freshman year and meeting life long friends on the way. Goodhue, Matt Hobbies: AGC, working, outside and biking Future plans: Work for The Weitz Company. First job will be in Plymouth, MN. Would love to get a dog. How would you like to be remembered?: The guy who helped solve computer problems.

Demmel, Luke Hobbies: Running, biking, being outside Future plans: I plan to start working at EFCO right away. By the time the summer ends, I plan to be living in Des Moines. I hope to have a great career at EFCO and travel as much as I can. How would you like to be remembered?: I would like to be remembered for my hard work and dedication. My willingness to help out in any way possible.

Gorman, Tom Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, Green Bay Packers Owner, Construction, family and friends Future plans: Work for Kiewit Building Group in Omaha, NE. Get married and have children. Purchase my first house, flip it with my dad, and sell. How would you like to be remembered?: The student who worked hard, but had a good time doing it. The student who laughed a lot and was easy to talk with.

Dickerson, Kasi Hobbies: Jeeps, building things Future plans: Work at American Ordnance in Burlington, IA as their Facility Engineer. My boyfriend and I will both work there and save up to buy a house. How would you like to be remembered?: As the girl who was obsessed with Jeeps.

Graf, Nick Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, Iowa State sporting events, golf Future plans: After graduation I will be moving to Cedar Rapids, IA to start my career with Mechanical Sales, Inc. I will be an inside sales engineer in the HVAC equipment field. How would you like to be remembered?: As a great friend, construction engineer, and Iowa Stater.

Dorsey, Dylan Hobbies: Running, singing and songwriting (acoustic guitar), painting, cooking, beer brewing Future plans: I plan to begin life after college in Dallas, Texas where I will take my first employment in the construction industry as a professional. I will work for the Beck Group. I plan to travel in my free time. How would you like to be remembered?: I would like to be remembered as a good guy to have on your side – patient, helpful, driven, and adventurous.

Hankins, Kelda Hobbies: Writing, sketching, engine work, building‌.stuff, reading, fixing/breaking things (not necessarily in that order) Future plans: Work for Halliburton on the move for > 5 years. Find a permanent location circa 5 years into professional career. Travel as often as possible. Design and build my permanent residence. *Teach engineering after retirement*.

Eckard, Jake Hobbies: Golfing, fishing, hanging out with friends Future plans: I will be moving to Austin, TX to work for Jay-Reese Contractors. Find a nice lady to settle down with and have a nice family. How would you like to be remembered?: Awesome Tiger shirt.

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Future plans: Work for JE Dunn Construction as a Superintendent Trainee How would you like to be remembered?: A hard worker who enjoyed helping others.

higher project management positions within Mortenson while also building a life and a family outside of work. How would you like to be remembered?: One of the women in the department to build a positive reputation for other hard-working women in the construction industry.

Hutchens, Jordan Hobbies: News, politics, Iowa State sports, movies Future plans: Graduating in May 2013 and get the opportunity to stay in Ames, Iowa to work as a Project Engineer at Renewable Energy Group (nation’s leader in biodiesel production) How would you like to be remembered?: As a hard worker who was always true to his word. Someone that always had a good attitude that could brighten up the day to the people around him.

Lapinskas, Al Hobbies: Golfing, camping, sailing, vacationing Future plans: Work in Chicagoland area with Parsons Brinckerhoff How would you like to be remembered?: As a dedicated, hard-working student that is also easygoing.

Jennings, Stuart Hobbies: General contracting (residential) and restoring old cars Future plans: Internship doing estimating with Weitz and very possible full-time afterwards. As far as family goes I am very close with my family and will remain close as I’m the only child. How would you like to be remembered?: A dependable, hard working individual.

Laurenti, Brit Hobbies: Hunting, riding motorcycles, playing guitar, skiing Future plans: Do well at my career and make it to a project management position. Someday have a family and hopefully move to the upper Northwest or Alaska. How would you like to be remembered?: As a hard-working individual that doesn’t give up but pushes through.

Kohn, Derek Hobbies: Golfing, fishing, boating, spending time with friends and family Future plans: I am moving to Des Moines this summer. I will be working for The Waldinger Corporation. How would you like to be remembered?: Hardworking individual, easy-going, friendly.

Lechowicz, Phillip Hobbies: Baseball, swimming, construction Future plans: Moving to Kansas City, MO to work as a Field Engineer for Lithko Contracting How would you like to be remembered?: As somebody who always wanted to continue to grow as a construction engineer.

Kraft, Kelsey Hobbies: Running, playing sports, reading, baking Future plans: I plan to start my career in Texas as a Project Engineer and move up to Project Manager after a few years. I then plan on getting married and starting a family. How would you like to be remembered?: I hope that I am remembered as a successful student and one of the few girls in the program that also exceeded expectations.

Maginnis, Austin Hobbies: Family, dog, golf, hockey, woodwork, Ebay, Craigslist, New York Rangers, Green Bay Packers Future plans: Move to Minneapolis, get married, start a family, live, laugh, and love How would you like to be remembered?: Hard worker, perseverance, team player, determined. Miller, Adam Hobbies: Fishing, brewing Future plans: Work as a Structural Engineer in Texas. Start a family. Build a new CCEE building named after me. How would you like to be remembered?: Hard work and the pursuit of knowledge.

Kruger, Ashley Hobbies: Tennis, running, cooking, reading, boating Future plans: Move back to Sioux Falls, SD for the event center, then to Minneapolis to pursue 93


the construction field who is always thought of as an ethical and knowledgeable man.

Mueller, Tyler Hobbies: Ice hockey, waterskiing, mountain biking, boating Future plans: Working in Des Moines Baker Group How would you like to be remembered?: A hardworking individual, easy going.

Satterly, Bryce Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, boating, skiing, snowmobiling, building things Future plans: Going to work for Reilly Construction in Ossian, PA.

Otto, Trevor Hobbies: Football, basketball, running Future plans: Will be moving to San Diego, California to begin work as a Project Engineer. How would you like to be remembered?: As a student who was passionate about everything ConE and wanted others to feel that passion.

Schroeder, Ethan Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, muscle cars Future plans: Travel for a few years to job sites before moving to Kansas City as a Project Manager How would you like to be remembered?: I would like to be remembered as a student that was willing to give back to the community. Also as someone that is always willing to help a friend.

Pechmann, Hannah Hobbies: AGC, running, and spending time with my friends and family Future plans: I will be going to work with JE Dunn Construction Co. in Kansas City, Missouri. I am hoping to stay with JE Dunn and move to one of their “north” Midwest offices to be closer to my family and friends. How would you like to be remembered?: I would like to be remembered as a hard-working student and leader of AGC. I have always been passionate for the ConE program and hope my enthusiasm shows.

Schwinghammer, Brandon “Schwingy” Hobbies: Basketball, hunting, drinking mad dogs with the boys Future plans: Work in Iowa for a while. Move somewhere warm. How would you like to be remembered?: Being entertainer on the AGC service trips and still doing more work than Jake Eckard. Having Great Quotes. Shaw, Phillip Hobbies: Biking, tennis, road trips Future plans: Electrical contracting work. I would like to move around for a while until I get to the point where I would like to settle down.

Philipsen, Alex Hobbies: Working out, listening to music, watching movies, painting Future plans: Go to work in Des Moines for HyVee Construction, buy a dog, find the woman of my dreams, marry her, have a couple kids and live happily ever after. How would you like to be remembered?: A dependable team player who liked to have fun.

Steffen, Cory Hobbies: Snowmobiling, hunting, 4-wheeling, and golfing Future plans: I plan to move back to my hometown and buy a house. I am currently employed with Global Engineering and Construction in Sioux City, IA. I also plan on starting a family in the next 5 years. How would you like to be remembered?: AGC Golf Champ.

Ryan, Eric Hobbies: Running, reading, being active, hanging with friends Future plans: My plans are to develop into a very successful project manager in the construction field, and someday move into an upper management position in a construction company. How would you like to be remembered?: I would like to be remembered as a very successful leader in

Tresner, David Hobbies: Cycling, backpacking, music Future plans: Job – Cannon Design – Mechanical Engineer, Chicago, IL How would you like to be remembered?: As a student and professional that my colleagues would prefer to work with. 94


Wenger, Justin Hobbies: Sports, hunting, fishing, farming Future plans: Manage my family farm in NE Iowa while working as a PM for Seedorff Masonry. Also want to have a lot of fun and maybe start a family. How would you like to be remembered?: As a student who worked hard and then played hard.

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Class Lists

The 1971 Bachelors graduates

The 1963 Bachelors graduates

Andrew Ask, Halvard Johnson (deceased), Thomas Line, Tony Neal

Dennis Bausman, Ron Christensen, Jim Coffman, George Enderson, Dave Erb, Gary Forristall, Rick Geiler, Pete Goodwin, Everett Gustafson, Joseph Gordon, Rich Harlson, Jim Kincart, Jim Koepnick, Larry Leege, Jim Maifield, Chuck Major, Lee Martinsen, Dave Miller, Ron Norby, Doug Powell, Dave Ranker, Steve Seifert, Jeff Sheriff, Don Smith, George Spevacek, Dean Swinton, John Thornquist, Chuck VanFossen, Terrence Webb, Jim Whitcome, Larry Workman

The 1965 Bachelors graduates

The 1972 Bachelors graduates

Richard DeMore, Steve Dunlap (deceased), Gary Gotfredson, Ann Lavalie-Schar, Warren Vosler

Bob Agnes, Jim Benike, Bob Blahnik, John Borns, Doug Brandes, Ron Deihl (deceased), John Detlefsen, Phil Eckhoff, Bill Eich, Chuck Floyd, Steve Grosland, Tod Hanneman, Dan Ilten, Norm Klootwyk, Gerry Lange, Dennis Lewis, John Lukin, Russ Manning, Larry Moeller, Mike Murphy, Ken Seeger, Mark Shumate, Tom Sido, Mike Stangl, Jim Stecker, Rich Sulzbach, Dennis Thompson, John Walters, Steve Werden

Bruce Byers, Jack Gethmann, Terry McGiverin, John Sorenson

The 1964 Bachelors graduates

The 1966 Bachelors graduates Fred Andringa, Jim Brubaker, Glenn DeStigter, Jerry Gosselink, Rich Greenlee, Ray Hendrix, Pat Klein, Norm Larson, Vaughn McIlrath, Cork Peterson, James Prochaska, Tom Wedewer, Tom Werderitsch

The 1973 Bachelors graduates

The 1967 Bachelors graduates

Dennis Alvestad, Rickey Anderson, Craig Calligan, Tim Clark, Dave Dvorak, Steve Engelbart, Ray Flatland, Dennis Fowler, Dennis Gilbert, Kent Glesener, Tom Hale, Craig Hamilton, Bob Hanson, Ron Jochimsen, Doug Jones, Bob Logan, Henry Mathes (deceased), Larry McAlpin, John Menninga, Dennis Naberhaus, Dennis Nott, Doug Ohlfest, Rich Otto, Bob Pfeiler, Fred Rahbar, Tom Rogers, Kevin Strong, Jim Webb, Darwyn Witte, Kyong-Ha Yang

Darrell Ball, Bob Behling, Mike Carlstrom, Daryl Hallquist, Gary Hemmen, Pete Kaser, Gary Lamb, Doug Lysne, Mike McPherson, John Miller, Mike Paradise, Tom Peterson, Noel Raufaste, Pat Rossmiller, Russ Wall

The 1968 Bachelors graduates Don Alm, Leon Ihle, Gerry Larson, Dave Lovejoy, Steve Maloney, Loren Menz, Paul Moltz, Steve Murphy, Rich Oehlerts, Ron Southard, Harold Sullivan, Marvin Ten Clay, Mike Terrell, Larry VanManen

The 1974 Bachelors graduates Jim Backman, Dean Barrett, Bob Boswell, Dave Brooks, John Cahill, Paul Campbell, Jim Dickinson, Jason Evans, Warren Fortune, Miles Gardner, Doug Johnson, Tracey Lambert, Steve Leavitt, John Lutt, Ed McCormick, Chuck Nizzi, Gil Perry, Mike Petersen, Bill Pfeffer, Roger Repstien, Jon Tiemeyer, Larry White, Mike Whitlatch

The 1969 Bachelors graduates John Buyert, Roger Gilbert, Dennis Lindsley, Tom Prendergast, Jack Taylor (deceased), Gregg Tharnstrom, Sam Thomas, Jock Thompson, and Ed Voss

The 1970 Bachelors graduates The 1975 Bachelors graduates

Jim Berkland, Edd Collins, Joe Dahlman, Les Duff, Bill Frank, Dan Gannon, Jack Guinn, Stanley Hanson, Dave Johnson, Steve Jones, Loren Kneeland, Everett Krug, John Martin, Denny Miller, Merle Ocken, Doug Ohde, Bob Prosperi, Terry Randall, Joe Sanders, Rich Schultz, Bob Smalling, Steve Treharne

Larry Bjork, Randy Conner, Tony Cotter, Roger Cousins, Jim Dean, Dave Ekenberg, Mark Gronewold, Joe Harmon, Tom Heggen, Mark Herrick, Roger Honsbruch, Steve Jackson, Don Jungst, Steve Kane (deceased), Scott Kinkade (deceased), Tim Leinen, Pat Lorey, Alan Lutenegger, Mike Maas, Tim McFarland, Les Mikulecky, Albert Miller, Joe Mlady, Richard 96


Mueller, Jerry Nieman, Jack O’Brien, Doug Otte, Eric Radius (deceased), Rich Reinke, Scott Richards, Jon Singelstad, Earl “Hap” Spencer, Don Thompson, Harlan Vandezandschulp, Pete Winchell, Wayne Wurzer

Al Bush, Mark Christensen, Rich Clarke, Doug Coffee, Duane Coon, Mark Cramer, Jim Davis, Paul Dawson, Ralph Dillon, Dennis Duke, Larry Erps, Gary Fils, Craig Francois, Alan Gast, Joe Gerleman, James Giannelli, Paul Giroux, Mike Glander, Craig Goettsch, Mike Gorman, Patrick Grablin, Jim Hagberg, Pamela Harman, Lee Harmsen, Steve Hauser, Ed Hendrickson, Paul Henkels, Bill Heston, Dave Hill, Syd Hobbs, Eric Horlyk, Steve Johnson, Mike Karlson, Tom Lebo, Jim Lilly, Jeff Lorenzen, Jerry Ludwig, Gary Marrin, Greg Martin, Spencer McGruder, Jeff McKay, Jay Merkel, Tom Mitton, Dan Mullen, Steve Olson (deceased), Bob Payne, Fred Pech, Ron Pedersen, Gary Prescott, Paul Raymond (deceased), Barry Rogers, Keith Ruhland, Ahmed Sasso, Steve Schmidt, Lynne Schluter, Daniel Schuster, Scott Sheller, Gary Showalter, Mike Sikorski, Stan Simmons, Don Stark, Dan Strotman, Ron Sweeney, Craig Tieck (deceased), Larry Walsh, Jim Walstrom, Jim Washburn, Pete Welin, Bob Westendorf, Kevin Williams

The 1976 Bachelors graduates Rich Adams, Keith Burbank, Mike Carroll, Steve Downing, Kim Fields, Nick Flannery, Dan Glines, Rich Golay, Wayne Graeve, Mark Hilton, Mike Hunt, Bill Link, Curt McCline, Tom McCormick, Jim McElroy, Steve Ford, Tim Muller, Carl Nelson, Dwayne Netley, Thomas Noonan, Martin Poduska, Louis Riedmann, George Roland, Jerry Sande, Rich Schoene, Isaac Shisler, Bob Seipold, Ken Sorensen, Jeff Spanel, Jeff Stone, Rick Tollakson, Rich Troyer, Rob Vannoy, Lauren Wurzer, Mark Zeigler, Steve Zimmerman

The 1977 Bachelors graduates Doug Barry, Dave Bartilson, Steve Blount, Steve Braesch, Cragon Caboth, John Christensen, Gary Crist, Milt Dakovich, Guy Deal, Dave Dickinson, Neal Dodd, Bryan Duffy, Donald Engstrom, John Evans, Ted Feilmeier, Bob Fett, Tom Finnerty, Guy Gast, Bill Goodall, Nick Grunzweig, Craig Hansen, Howard Harris, Steve Hay, Tom Hughes (deceased), Judd Hunemuller, Paul Johnson, Paul Koester, Greg Larson, Don Martin, Pat Murray, Leon Naberhaus, Jim Robinson, Dean Sandell, Tom Stockdale, Tim Sullivan, Jim Swanstrom, Terry Thompson, Tim Wheeler

The 1980 Bachelors graduates John Adam, Richard Allison, Mark Anderson, Dave Barkley, Rod Bickert, Ali Bitar, Scott Blunck, Bryan Boerschel, David Bosshart, Jim Boutwell, Karl Breckon, Willie Calderwood, Jim Carlson, Doug Carper, Mike Casey, Chuck Connor, Greg Czapanskiy, Scott Davis, Dave Duke, Randy Dusil, Val Fagre, George Feazell, Michael Ford, Kevin Gibbs, Mark Godar, Steve Greenig, Phil Gudgel, Joe Hassenfritz, John Henkels, Randy Holt, Tom Jensen, Dave Johnson, Mark Johnson, Tim Johnson, Jeff Johnston, Randy Kirchner, Fred Kruse, Chris Larson, Kenton Larson, Gary Leapley, Jim Leavitt, Steve Leonard, Jack Man, Dave McCarthy, Norm McDonald, Tom Moore, Doug Morgan, Jeff Nading, Larry Niebuhr, Brett Nuckolls, Bob Pasquariello, Craig Pepper, Becky Peterson, Brad Phillips, Ritchie Price, Wayne Prior, Jeff Pullen, Ted Reeve, Robert Reinke, Pat Richter, Craig Rosenow, Dirk Schafer, Whitney Scully, Lary Sheffert, Scott Smiley, Dean Spratt, Keith Stohlgren, Mike Tousley, John Vogt, Jon Walker, Craig Wallace, George Wang, Brian Weaver, Brian Williamson, Brandt Williamson, Dana Witt (deceased), Steve Wolter, Scott Wolterman, Rich Wyatt, Ara Yessaian, Kirk Zeller

The 1978 Bachelors graduates Mark Althoff, Rich Alexander, Steve Amento, John Benike, Brian Boesenberg, Jim Bosshart, Rick Brandon, Bob Carter, Jeff Chadima, Dan Churchill, Dennis Churchill, Dave Conlon, Larry Cormicle, Jon Crumpton, Tim Dickerson, Larry Dillon, Pete Douglas, Chris Dummermuth, Ron Elsner, Jim England, Scott Fabere, Tom Fieweger, Jim Fritcher, Mike Gawley, Mike Graeve, Jeff Hansen, Bill Hornaday, Dave Ivis, Steve Johann, Dave King, Jon Koerner, Tom Krage, Steve Lang, Craig Larson, David C. Larson, Dave J. Larson, Doug Lawrence, Chad Lewis, Scott Linn, Bob Marsh, Jeff Moore, Mark Morse, Arthur Newman, Mike Novy, Keith Ones, Rocco Pigneri, Bill Potter, Jim Rainforth, Mike Rehm, Rick Roseland, Habibollah Sabzehzar, Nick Schapman, Pete Shelp, Gary Shevik, Eric Torkildson, Lynn Wenger, John Wolf, Leon Yoder

The 1981 Bachelors graduates Ahmad Aliwat, Curt Andersen, Brian Anderson, Rick A. Anderson, Gary Barkhurst, Bruce Beisler, Steve Bell, Jim Benge, Craig Bjorklund, Jim Brady, Tim Brady, Monique Campos Lange, Mike Carpenter, Randy Clarahan, Randy Cole, Thane Davis, Doug DeStigter, Tim Dillavou, Scott Dixon, Kirk Drees, Loren Field, Rich Flathers, Earl Fleagle, James Fosdick, Don Foster,

The 1979 Bachelors graduates Aliyu Abubakar, D. Craig Anderson, Dave Anderson, Bill Bales, Larry Beck, Mark Bell, Tom Borns, Mark Boschult, Mike Boucher, Mike Brandt, Darrel Brostrom, 97


Kent Friedrichsen, John Gehrls, Jim Getman, Paul Goldhorn, Brett Gunnink, Gerry Granahan, Jeff Hall, Peter Hall, Lee Hansen, Hans Hansl, Alex Hart, Doug Herrman, Greg Higginbotham, Doug Hirsch, Kevin Holcomb, Al Holmberg, Larry Hurley, Mark Hunsicker, Gregg Hunter, Scott Hurd, Mike Hutter, Susan (Colbert) Hyler, Craig Kelling, Greg Knau, Dale Knueppel, Robert Krier, Doug Kumm, Kevin Kupka, Ian Lamp, Robert Lie, Dave Little, Brian Littrell, Bob Logan, Steve Logue, Steve Loudin, Jim Lowndes, Mark Loxterkamp, Craig Mack, Chris Manning, George Martens, Peter Martin, Marty Massman, Gary Matt, Dean McCormick, John McDonald, Maryam Morshed, Scott Morton, Pat Neelan, Joe Nestvedt, Jim Nissen, Thomas Novak, Kevin Osgerby, Brad Palmer, Neal Palmer, Gerald Peterson, Deb Pullen-Workman, Owen Raun, Joel Reinert, Steve Roberts, Karl Roth, Mike Sample (deceased), Randy Sanman, Bob Sautter, Jeff Schebler, Terry Schroeder, Jim Schwamman, Tim Seibert, Dan Sloan, Gust Soteropulos, Craig Spidle, Jeff Stewart, Glen Stinn, Dave Tech, Tom Thomas, Jim Thompson, Dan Timmons, Brent Underwood, Dan Venter, Mike Welter, Dave Wenthe (deceased), Dave Wesely, Bryan Zarn, Doug Zerbe

The 1983 Bachelors graduates Kouros Ansari, Jon Barstad, Tim Bickert, Bret Broullette, Jim Cooper, Scott Cranston, Jim Cripps, Jay Dillavou, Jeff Dingwall, Rhonda Distefano, Joel Doyle, Bryce Erickson, Gary Frentress, Mike Gerard, Abolghassem Ghafghazi, Mark Gmitro, Jim Greco, Nizar Hamad, Mark Haynes, Galen Heying, Scott Higgins, Keith Hill, Ken Houseman, Mark Hutchens, Behzad Jafari, Stephanie Jessen, Brent Johnson, Hamdi Kanaan, Jeff Knight, Greg Kooker, Jeff Larson, Bryan Lower, Bill Lubbert, Jeff Lucas, Brad Martin, Pat McDonald, Don Medema, Phil Neumann, Scott Niebuhr, John Nieman, Nia Ong, Jim Patrick, Lowell Penning, Doug Perrenoud, Gerald Peters, Tim Ranch, Basil Rhymes, Tim Rigsby, John Rivisto, Jim Russell, Ben Schwab, John Shilkaitis, Jamie Sipes, Todd Sirotiak, Jeff Smith, Ray Smith, Kelly Stevenson, Doug Struss, Mike Sugre, Bob TenEyck, Clement Teo, Bruce Thomas, Kim Watson-Eberhard, Dave Wharff

The 1984 Bachelors graduates Greg Anderson, Steve Boat, Donna Buchwald, Jon Buenneke, Kevin Butts, Scott Cahalan, Jeff Clancy, Lori Clement, (Michael) Al Coluccy, Dave Coziahr, R. Andrew Cox, Tom Coziahr, Kevin Currie, Kevin Decker, Steve Donner, Joel Doyle, Keith Ebert, Mikel Edwards, Paul Engelstad, Dave Forbes, Andy Frank, Greg Gerdes, Mark Guetzko, Doug Graeve, Bruce Gritters, Jeff Hansen, Todd Hauser, John Hayes, Brad Heemstra, Brian Hodgin, George Jessen, Steve Kaspar, Mike Kaufman, Randy Kibsgaard, Martin Kilheeney, Brian Laurenzo, Andy Lounsbury, Joe Maddy, Dwight Magee, Mike Mathiasmeier, Jane Martin, Seth McLaughlin, Karen Moeller-Thinnes, Catherine Morgan, Amy Myers-Engel, Bryan Myers, Randy Nelson, Bernie Newton, Bob Owens, Donna Praska, Mike Reuland, Dave Ricken, Steven Rogers, Gary Schmit, John Schneider, Jon Sealine, Joel Seaton, Kyle Smith, Mark Sorensen, Darren Spenler, Mike Stensland, Bill Stotts, Eric Stroud, Dallas Sweet, John Thomas, Mark Thompson, Scott Thompson, Clark Taylor, Doug Wall, Dan Ward, Randy Westbrook, Keith Whyte

The 1982 Bachelors graduates Roger Anderson, Nick Badding, Matt Bailey, Mark Ball, Kent Bearson, Dan Biere, Ralph Boedeker, Mike Bontrager, Tim Boone, Steve Bosshart, Gretchen Bothwell, Scott Bretthauer, Ken Chicoine, Scott Cicciarelli, Daniel Conley, Sarah Craiger, Scott Crosser, Kevin Culp, Bob Dakovich, Dean Denardi, Bob Doss, Dwight Dohlman, Victoria Dumdei, Amir Ebrahimi, Jeff Ehm, Mike Ellingson, Bryan Faktor, Gary Fleming, Jeff Forbes, Dennis Ford, Carey Fowler, Jim Fry, Jay Gabrielson, Bill Gahan, David Gatto, Jeff Geske, Mike Gritters, Dan Hanson, Bob Harmon, David Hawn, Kevin Helgevold, Tom Henderson, Matt Hetzler, Paul Higgins, Steve Ho, Rod Hoffman, Tony Hovenga, Dave Hullinger, Bill Johnson, John Keleher, Steve Kleiman, John Knibbe, Brian Knudsen, Mark Kramer, Fred Langdon, Gary Leach, Chris Lindhart, Jerry Long, Scott Madson, Todd Mattison, Kimberly McDonnell, John Meis, Brad Mills, Al Molln, Michael Morris, Gary Noel, Mark Olson, Paul Oberhaus, Tom Parham, Mike Parsons, Mark Rasmusson, Randy Reihmann, Tom Rolfes, Mike Schmidt, Rick Schultze, Scott Shriver, Mike Shuba, Craig Southorn, Brad Strehlow, Jay Swanstrom, Scott Thompson, Rich Tjelmeland, Kevin Tubbs, Aniekan Usoro, Dan Van Dyke, Larry Welder, Sherman Welker, Jeff Wenzel, Steve Westby, Eric Wilbur, Tim Wright, Jeff Yoder, Dave Yungclas

The 1985 Bachelors graduates Dave Albertson, Ali Ali-Tai, Paul Barnes, Kenneth Bonus, Bob Bridger, Kevin Bussard, Rob Callaghan, Greg Carlson, Joe Carsky, Eric Coe, Brian Danielson, Lee Dooney, Todd Ellgren, Bill Faoro, Joe Fay, Scott Fleagle, Greg Franzen, Greg Hansen, Scott Hansen, Martin Hoffey, Steve James, Carlin Jensen, Doug Jessen, Mohammad Kanaan, Paul Kieffer, Jon Kuenstling, Dan Leonard, John Lesh, Al Loeffelholz, Mark Martin, John Meier, Kent Meyn, Chuck Miller, 98


Dave Mortimer, Tyler Nagle, Mark Nolta, Bob Nordland, Bob Parmalee, Ron Pelton, Dave Pepper, Dean Petersen, Kirk Peterson, Jeff Rager, Bill Ringsdorf, Al Schimmelpfennig, Tom Schlueter, Dan Slattery, Steve Smith, Mark Solberg, Kimberly Stephenson-Eucher (deceased), Mike Stoecker, Bob Thomas, Jeff Turk, Mike Turk, Scott Ure, Mike Vaile, Lee Vannoy, Lynn Vannoy, Chris Waber, Shane Walgamuth, Dave Weeks, Jeff Werthmann, Curt Weston, Greg Willis, Jann Wilson, Scott Wittkop

Hugo, Todd Jabaay, Michael Johnson, Brent Johnston, John Kavouris, Brian Klusendorf, Dave Lancaster, Curt Larson, Jeff Larson, Jeff Lehman, Dave Lehr, Mark Leuer, Ki Sing Lim, Eric Loomis, Ken Meyeraan, John Mozena, Dan Neppl, Scott Niebuhr, Al Perkovich, Jeff Peterson, Ramzi Qamar, Dave Ruggles, Brian Rumpf, Louis Sajovec, Mark Schraeder, Randy Sharp, Mike Smearman, Bob Sodders, Peter Stearney, Tim Tempel, Jeff Wagner

The 1988 Masters graduate The 1985 Masters graduate Mark Nelson Scott Higgins

The 1989 Bachelors graduates The 1986 Bachelors graduates Pierre Adam, Greg Armstrong, Walt Babb, Ed Beal, Todd Berry, Allan Bolchazy, Dave Burke, Russ Buscher, Jeff Chapman, Doug Clark, Renee CoffinWhite, Daniel Culp, Ron DeHart, Alan Farley, Steve Ganch, Craig Habben, Lance Henning, Nick Herrig, Roger Hunwardsen, Joel Johnson, Jim Kaplanes, Kevin Koellner, Richard LaNasa, Bryan Manfull, Rich Martinson, Haytham Miskawi, Bob Nangle, Chux Nwokedi, Mark Olesen, Tom Parietti, Randy Peters, Tony Quarve, Chris Rech, Ron Rens, Brad Schenck, Joel Schriever, Martin Schuetze, Pat Sleezer, Steve Springer, Phil Stearney, Lim Tan, Pat Van Treeck, Steve Van Weelden, Kurt Welker, Jim Voegel, Saren White

Kevin Binder, Gary Boring, Tim Brown, Dan Cahill, Kevin Casali, Kevin Clemens, Gary Conkin, Lisa Cowger, Chip Crawford, Wadih Daher, Dave Dimond, Dave Dixon, Chuck Ehrlich, Tom Ehrlich, Jon Ewing, Joe Flemming, Steve Freese, Steve Gromala, John Hendrickson, John Katschkowsky, Marc Kinseth, Harry Koenigs, Steve Leverington, Todd Liebbe, Steve Loneman, Steve Ludwig, Greg Marks, Jim May, Francis Modjeski, Dan Novak, Dave O’Dear, Joel Peterson, Dana Rand, Liz Reid-Benjamin, Drew Retz, Aaron Rosenbery, Tom Schmall, Kevin Seyko, Mike Sievers, Larry Sinnwell, Randy Smith, Wayne Snyder, Kevin Spooner, Craig Stearns, Mark Stritzel, Walter Smith, Kok-Heng Tan, Khing Teo, Roger Wendt, Andy Wyckoff

The 1989 Masters graduates Yash Anantharaj, Mohd Bachh, Swagata Guhathakurta, Steve Kaspar, Carlos Moreno, Fred Rahbar, Mark Wagner

The 1987 Bachelors graduates Tom Archer, Nader Antonio Bokaie, Arlan Bolstad, Steve Brandt, Bart Braughler (deceased), Hock Beng Chong, Jim Creath, Steve Daxon, Steve DeGroote, Geoff Eastburn, Steve Fangman, Mark Fowler, Joel Goehner, Andy Granner, Chris Harrison, Scott Hutchens, Don Jones, Craig Jorgensen, Scott Kelly, Chuck Kemp, Mary (Benike) Kisilewski, Russ Lewton, John Mahlstede, Kevin Markhardt, Mark McCarty, Steve Nelson, Scott Newbury, Randy Pauley, Andy Pope, Todd Propp, Scott Roecker, Dan Scholtes, Roger Smith, Mark Swenson, Bill Timmons, Jim Voss, Jim Walker, Jim Whitworth, Scott Wilming

The 1990 Bachelors graduates Mark Baughman, Kevin Behling, Bill Borgo, Gary Brill, Rich Busch, Jeff Carlson, Stacy Case, Robert Cramer, Steve Day, Tom DeVany, Jeff Drury, Mike Ernster, Mark Egner, Pat Evans, Tim Flickinger, Jeff Geier, Ross Harms, Terry Heiliger, Dave Herzberg, Vince Junker, Chee Kau, Jim Kennedy, Greg Lorei, John Lunsford, Jim Maloney, Wade McKee, John McMullen, Daryl Meisenheimer, Eric Moltz, Mary Nelson-Eliasen, Jon Newton, Alan Nilsson, Tim Righi, Matt Romanowski, Brian Rossmiller, Nick Ruba, Greg Schulte, Tom Schumacher, Paul Snethen, Bill Stauduhar, Steve Struble, Steve Sturm, Chuck Sweetman, Tim Thomas, Mark Wageman, Rick Wagner, Keith Weidenbach, Scott Wendling, Andy Wolter

The 1988 Bachelors graduates Kurt Bailey, John Brennan, Kevin Brink, Todd Buchanan, Bob Cain, Greg Campen, Ken DeRose, Larry Dix, Don Drake, Ali El-Zein, Steve Ferguson, Ron Gaudreault, Bryan Geisler, Joe George, Tom Gill, Roger Grout, Bob Hamilton, Dave Harmelink, Matt Hindermann, David Howard, Scott Hudnutt, Bruce 99


The 1990 Masters graduates

The 1993 Masters graduates

Esam Badawi, Dave Harmelink, Mike Hubers, Chris Manning, Steve Njos, Muhkerjee Subhransu

Kevin Behling, Mike Orgler, Salim Rajan, Gad Roitman, Virdi Gurvirinder

The 1991 Bachelors graduates

The 1994 Bachelors graduates

Brian Brewer, Earl Collins, Brent Cooper, Judd Davidson, Bob Davis, Tom Davison, Darrin Dehmlow, Prashant Desai, Scott Draper, John Elliott, Mike Espeset, Paul Francois, Cory Freeborn, Pat Gannon, Pat Geary, Douglas Gebhardt, Mark Gilbreath, Mark Gunderson, Djohan Halim, Greg Hemmen, Joe Hentges, Tony Hibbs, Stewart Krummen, Brad Larson, Dan Lewis, Rhonda Lewis, Dave Lyon, Jeff Marks, Mark McDermott, Russ Meier, Kyle Mettin, Doug Moore, Mike Orgler, John Pelton, Doug Persinger, Bart Petersen, Brian Pietig, Steve Pigneri, Gene Postma, Leon Pua, Jay Rasmussen, Kurt Reser, Jeff Schwartz, Shawn Sleezer, Brad Stamp, Steve Swanson, Jason Warren, Tom Wengert, Ken Wydajewski, Joo Yeong

Chris Ahrenholtz, Shakil Ansari, Tim Becker, Steve Brindle, Brice Blank, David Burgus, Chad Bunner, Brad Churchill, Marcus Fedler, Bob Frohn, Matt Garwood, Mark Haines, Dan Hoefert, Darin Jacobs, Travis Lourens, Shane McFadden, Allen Mcintosh, Steve Miller, Tony Miller, Trent Mostaert, Chris Paris, Lorri Paul, Nick Ruden, Jay Runestad, Dave Stanley, Steve Stecker, Scott Turczynski, Kent Vaske, Rondea Wine

The 1991 Masters graduates

Ahmad Al-Khayyat, Kirk Alm, Aaron Benike, Andy Benkert, Kent Brcka, Dan Bruce, Dave Cantrell, Scott Carrigan, Paul Chandler, Stephanie Clausen, Jeff Colton, Jennifer Davisson, Matt DeJong, Steve Eikanger, Grant Elliott, Mike Ernst, Scott Feller, Dave Fisk, Dean Herbst, Brad Jones, Jason Jones, Chad Kehrt, Sharon King, Doug Larson, Amy McConeghey, Gary McDermitt, Brian McDermott, Bill McKee, Tom Melton, Ron Marolf, Greg Menke, Kevin Merryman, Brent Nagen, Dan Pittman, John Pladsen, Mark Sheets, Anthony Sherman, Jeff Smith, Andy Stapleton, Bill Van Rossum, Jason Walker, Scott Ward, Judson Wilmott, Melissa Winterstien, Ray Zeliadt

The 1994 Masters graduates Anslem Tirimanne, Sheng-Jer (Daniel) Wu

The 1995 Bachelors graduates

Tom DeVany, Guillermo Recarte, Chandrika Vardhan, Surya Pidaparti

The 1992 Bachelors graduates Chuck Anderson, Trevor Anderson, Steve Baumann, Brian Bezanis, Lynnette Buttler, Randy Cummings, David DeGroot, Ali Dobaey, Jim Eipert, Jim Frye, Kendall Griffith, Brad Hofer, Brad Jensen, Curt Johnson, Wayne Kraft, Bruce Marsh, Mike Nelson, James Renoe, Bruce Rewerts, Elizabeth Robertson, Edward Schultz, Mike Sheesley, Dave Stealy, Don Stevens, Troy Turner, Jim Wahle, John Windolf

The 1995 Masters graduates

The 1992 Masters graduates

Sara (Birkland) Elliott, Justina Erviritina, Abie Ladson

Mohammad Asif, Naresh Pallegar, Yvan Rodriguez, Cem Sahin, Rifat Sonmez

The 1995 Doctoral graduate Dave Harmelink

The 1993 Bachelors graduates The 1996 Bachelors graduates Jerry Atcheson, Jason Auer, Anthony Beier, Eric Bertaud (deceased), Steve Clausen, Jason Crookshank, Heather Cunz, Ron Ensley, Eric Floyd, Kyle Greenley, Mike Harger, Kevin Harrington, Vance Hikiji, Greg Hosch, Heather (Cunz) Jensen, Tony Jones, Mark Kintner, Mark Kutchen, Wayne Mander (deceased), John Marburg, Rick Mascardo, Chad Mussman, Scott Neubauer, Kelli Quinn, Kevin Reeg, Kent Ristau, Kirk Seely, Sean Terrell, Steve Troyer, Bill Vandenberg, Jeff VanEs, Kevin Voss

Ammar Al-Ojaili, Scott Anselme, Shane Baker, Kevin Beaulieu, Thomas Becker, Russ Bertrand, Rich Brumm, Yuan Chin, Darren Conlee, Shawn Dziedzic, Eric Ekstrand, Lance Elliott, Erick Eshelman, Todd Goodrich, Michael Halbur, Troy Hodapp, Kim Hubbard, Rod Johnson, Craig Kolacia, Jeremy Lux, Todd McCollough, Curtis McDowell, Bryan Michal, Matt Miller, Melinda Packebush, Kowk-Chu Pang, Nate Pearson, Stephanie Rohler, Bryan Schnurr, Kirsta 100


Scranton, Paul Solberg, Amy Stairs, Phillip Stephenson, Chad Terry, Aaron Tubbs, Rose Marie VanZandt, Mike Wallis, Joel Waltz, Brian Wells, Ted Willis, Stacy Zerr

Rich, Jennifer Rusk, Matt Ryan, Frank Sarno, Alisha Schmitz, Jonathan Schiefer, Brian Shattuck, Eric Sill, Stacy Slater, Chris Smith, Matt Smith, Chris Stewart, Mark Stoller, Holly Streeter-Schaefer, Khim-Leong Tan, Craig Tobin, Chad VanRheenen, Steve Watson, George White, Darrin Wirt, Kirk Wischmeyer, Jon Wolff, HanMeng Woo, Siew-Chin Yeong

The 1996 Masters graduates Rich Busch, Eric Carlson, Carter Dedolph, Lance Elliott, Beth Hartmann, Laura McCollough, Arcot Naresh, Brad Sonnenberg, Kelly Tilford, Robert Weddall

The 1998 Masters graduates

Rifat Sonmez

Ahmed Al-Hammadi, Serhan Celik, Brian Ellsworth, Chris Nelson, Steve Pigneri, Khim-Liong (Lawrence) Tan

The 1997 Bachelors graduates

The 1999 Bachelors graduates

Said Almaawali, Tom Binder, Troy Blizzard, Jason Brown, Brian Check, Tim Chipman, Mike Cooper, Kevin Dalager, Chad Derus, Beth Duyvejonck, Shawn Dziedzic, Seth Elgin, Joe Fisher, Chris Fleshner, Mike Friesth, Darin Hage, Michael Hass, Tom Heger, Sarah Hellman, Mark Hoenk, Matt Huggins, John Hyun, Walt Jackson, Michael King, Gregory Kinser, Chad Kirby, Aaron Knepel, Matt Koenen, Colleen Ladd, D.H. Gabriel Lau, Joe Lauritson, Kevin Lex, Jeff Manning, Jeremy Manning, Jim Martin, Jamey Meints, Scott Meldrum, Scott Mortensen, Craig Moss, Chad Nelsen, Pete Nielsen, Ben Nikolin, Chris Obrecht, Kevin Ott, Brad Perkins, Chris Pfeifer, Eric Roitsch, Brad Sanders, Travis Schwartz, Robby Schwarzenbach, Mark Simbrowsky, Eric Simon, Troy Smothers, Angie Snyder, Joel Stueland, Jason Thomas, Bomb Topark-Ngarm, Doug Waldeier, Tim Wong

Jeff Andrews, Ken Bronson, Greg Burda, Cheryl Carlson, Kevin Charlson, Brandon Christiansen, Rich Clark, Jeremy Cortesio, Brian David, Andrew Earhart, Steve Edwards, Aron Frakes, Brian Gaul, Azmi Ghozi, Tara Gleason, Cortney Graber, Matt Gumm, John Halloran, Matt Hamilton, Mike Harryman, Tara Henson, Steve Heyne, Corey Higgins, Shawn Holmes, Aaron Homan, Todd Kamp, Travis Kock, Travis Kuehner, Scott Kutchen, A.J. Loss, Ben Lovin, Chris McNamara, Aaron Miller, Matt Miller, Rich Montague, Sam Nanfito, Vijay Narayanan, Michael Nelson, Ryan Nelson, Garrett Nordyke, Katie Pacholski, Jeff Penning, Tracy Petricka, Quentin Platt, Jason Schuster, Dustin Schwake, Aimee Seivert, Dave Smith, Jenny Spence, Darin Stevenson, Ted Teegarden, Brian Teeters, Jamella Tolbert, Tim Tometich, Jason Vorwald, Wing-Kei Wong, Alicia Worden

The 1997 Masters graduates

The 1999 Masters graduates

Bryan Cawley, Todd Sirotiak

Matt Fagen, Branden Stephan, Siew-Chin Yeong

The 1997 Doctoral graduate

The 2000 Bachelors graduates

Faramarz (Fred) Rahbar

Derik Aido, Jon Altes, Chad Bassman, Travis Benson, Jamie Beyer, Vanessa Brandt, Mike Callahan, Adam Cameron, Chris Dudding, Hudsadin Eamsherangkul, Todd Edsall, Judith Ehmer, Todd Friemel, Melony Gibbs, Steve Golumbeck, Brian Hedgren, Ryan Heier, Matt Hillis, Robert Hostetler, Brandon Jones, Eric Kaufman, Nathan Kirstein, Jeff Knepper, Emily Kunz, Hoon-Hong Lee, Mark Leusink, Andy Lundy, Todd Majeres, John Maranowicz, Jeffrey Martin, Mike McCoy, Matt McKinney, Jon Merk, Ben Merta, Valarie (Bullard) Meyer, Katie Minter, Stephanie Morrison, Adam Papesh, Ryan Peterson, Pat Prediger, Matt Proctor, Dominic Punelli, Nate Purdy, Chad Rafoth, Matt Ralston, Lindsay Sauer, Ross Schaefer, Ron Stafford, Dave Swies, Bruce Timmons, Paul Tremmel,

The 1996 Doctoral graduate

The 1998 Bachelors graduates Karmyn Babcock, Dan Baxter, Jennifer Bleigh, Nicole Buscher, Adrianne Cline, Josh Coppes, Clayton Cubbage, Aaron DeCamp, Jason DeStigter, Dale Drent, Dale Even, Aaron Gordon, Jeff Hammer, Matthew Harrington, Charlie Harris, Tyler Harris, Rodney Hintz, Marc Hughes, Matt Jepsen, Dan Keagle, Ryan Kipp, Ryan Krogstad, Chris Krumwiede, Ann Larson, Chad Layland, Mario Leuzzi, Kevin McClain, Greg Mitchem, Ryan Moore, Shawn Moser, Luke Naughton, Brent Nielsen, Corey Nook, Cole Philips, Casey Port, Dan Pottratz, Jason Rechkemmer, Brandon Reynolds, Jamie 101


Brandon Valdez, Jay Wavering, Eric White, Jason Willis, Nick Wolf, Hannah Wooledge

Rolando Schrupp-Rivero, Brandon Schulte, Shadrach Sporaa, Jamie Stanley, Diane Strawn, Joseph Strub, Bradley Sullivan, Don Swanson, Matthew Thompson, Cynthia Twedt, Brian Van Arendonk, Jaron Vos, Jason Wells, Jason Wiener, Matthew Wiener, Tim Williams, Adam Wood

The 2000 Masters graduates Karmyn Babcock, Judith Ehmer, D.H. Gabriel Lau, Chun Li, Iwan Pribadi, Hernando Quintero, Jeff Stewart

The 2002 Masters graduates The 2001 Bachelors graduates Jamie Beyer, Dong Chen, Aldona Jelinek, Melissa Leek, Jingxi (Cece) Li, Lifeng Li, Michael McArtor

Heather Adams, Ben Bruns, Heather Burns, Chris Clausen, Scott DeYoung, Charles Dyxin, Dave Flemmer, Chad Goddard, Ben Golding, Kasey Harken, Corey Harms, David Herrema, Travis Hodapp, Kevin Hodgson, Megan Hurd, Brian Irlbeck, Jaquelyn Junginger, Lee Kaiser, Nic Kaminski, Angela Kelly, Jeff Knutsen, Adam Kouri, Chris Krieg, Scott Kueter, Matthew Larson, Celeste Lewis, James Lutter, Andrew Manatt, Ryan May, Ibrahime M’Bbapanza,, Jason Miner, Rik Myhre, Steve Nelson, Brian Overbaugh, Dave Peterson, Ross Piper, Brian Pittman, Kyle Rahe, Jon Richardson, Nic Riesenberg, Meaghan Ryan, Rodney Sanders, Jeff Scandrett, Dale Schwager, Andy Smith, Loren Snyder, Shamus Stephens, Justin Strahan, Craig Streit, Barry Sullivan, Aaron Toney, Elizabeth Valdez, Jonathan Vandekrol, Matt Vander Pol, Matt Vanheiden, Krista Viet, Tim Vogel, Kevin Walker, Jason White, Rory Wiebel, Elizabeth Wood

The 2003 Bachelors graduates

The 2001 Doctoral graduate

Zachary Allen, D Bradley Barickman, Joseph Beumer, Nathan Blomme, Adam Boeckmann, Matthew Bosman, Tylor Bottorff, Phillip Burgmeier, Brant Carr, Nicholas Carter, Ryan Cheeseman, Justin Clausen, Chad Coalbank, Edward Cox, Barry Determan, Isaac Drew, Eric Farley, Jodel Fesenmaier, Brian Fliehler, Nathan Franje, Tony Fucinaro, Cory Gapstur, Nathaniel Hagberg, James Hapke, Nathan Harty, Michelle Heikens, Derek Hemphill, Joshua Herman, Perry Hines, Sarah Homan, Benjamin Hott, Hilary Jensen, Quincy Jones, Brian Kacmarynski, Nicholas Kopp, Brad Kunz, Justin Lechtenberg, Ryan Llewellyn, Alan Manyin, Julie Martin, Jennifer McMinemee, Walter Nashert IV, Cheri Nordstrom, Nicholas Obbink, Ananto Prasetyo, Joseph Prosek, Tyler Raun, Phillip Ross, John Ryan, Joel Schimmer, Kyle Schott, Scott Shifflett, Korey Schroeder, Grant Sjostrom, Adam Smith, Eric Soenksen, Joshua Staudt, Nathan Summers, Cody Tacke, Joseph Tripp-Rieks, Edna Vazquez, Matthew Van Loon, Ryan Weller, Michael Wolfe, Yew-Choong Wong, Christopher Wood, James Young, Jr

Tarek Elmisalami

The 2003 Masters graduate

The 2002 Bachelors graduates

Mauricio Arbelaez, Stephen Frank, Jacob Thorius

Casey Ackermann, Nicholas Aldrich, Jeffrey Austin, Adam Boelman, Kyle Bolejack, Alex Bonzer, Timothy Bouska, Douglas Bristol, Timothy Callahan, Luke Czerwinski, Russell Dodson, Josh Dooley, Christopher Doyle, Alan Elder, Jason Engel, Phillip Engler, Darwis Fensury, Nicholas Ford, Brandon Frideres, Gretchen Frietsche, Aaron Garner, Jonathan Hand, Michael Hazel, Edward Heggen, Kelly Henderson, Joshua Hermsen, Peter Huey, Matthew Jesson, Erik Johansen, Kevin Kain, Issa Karadsheh, Kathleen Kies, Bradley Klinkefus, Christopher Kreftmeyer, Melissa Leek, Nicholas Leimer, Terry Leonard, Bradley Linman, David McLatchie, Theodore Meiners, Paul Meyer, Elizabeth Monaghan, Wesley Murdoch, Michael O’Connor, Adam Pfab, Adam Petersen, Brian Pollock, Yiendra Porayouw, Aaron Ripple, William Roozenboom, Michael Schaefer,

The 2004 Bachelors graduates

The 2001 Masters graduates Ozdemir Cetin, Tarek Elmisalami, Zhili Gao, Dongying (Judy) Jiang, Cynthia Patterson, Syuin-Chet Tee

David Audino, Nurhidayah (Hida) Azmy, Anthony Bernhard, Brian Bishop, Matthew Bockes, Brent Boots, Justin Brown, Nathan Burgod, Rusty Chamberlain, Andrew Cilio, Michael Clayburg, Alexis Coen, Kassi Colman, Melissa Conley, Eric Cowles, Timothy Davis, Ross Dix, Ryan Edwards, Benjamin England, Ariana Wright Gleisberg, Justin Grager, Anthony Grieser, Angela Guggisberg, Ryan Hawkins, David Hayek, Jacob Hotchkiss, Jason Hulsebus, Sarah Hundley, Jared Jones, Ryan Kauffman, Brett Ketelsen, Bradley Kruse, Mark Lee, Louisa Lorensen, Craig Montz, Jordan Muller, Andrew Munsch, Thomas Osier, Joshua Payne, Leslie Peterson, Matthew Madison, Clinton Rhoads, Jason Romero, Anthony Scully, Donavan Smith III, James 102


Smith, Russell Smith, Mark Snyder, Daniel Solem, James Sparks, Hui-Tong Su, Thomas Swinning, Peter Taylor, Richard Tucker, Sara Van Roekel, Shane Weis, Brian Wessels, Alan White, Nicholas Darrell Williams, Nicholas David Williams, Geoffrey Zehnder.

Nordell, Matthew Olberding, Nels Overgaard, David Parr, Zachary Peterson, Joshua Pick, Nathan Pilcher, David Rahe, Tyler Ramaekers, Eric Rasmussen, Gina Riesberg, Nicholas Rivera, Chad Schmidt, Bradley Schoch, Daniel Seiler, Jonathan Shepherd, Aaron Smith, Derek Snead, Andrew Stoulil, Luke Strahan, Brett Templeton, Nicholas Tjaden, Justin VanCoughnett, Andrew Wagner, Dustin Waters, Colin Waits, Cole Weaver, Arlo Wieczorek, Michael Woolley

The 2004 Masters graduates Kiran Ankanahalli-Shivaram, Jin-Wook Chung, Manop (Lim) Kaewmoracharoen, Seonghoon Kim, Deepak Makarla, Tolga Meco, Mary Rukashaza, Diane Strawn

The 2006 Masters graduates

The 2004 Doctoral graduates

Nathaniel Hagberg, Eric Jestrab, James Tometich

Augusto Canales, Zhili Gao

The 2006 PhD graduate

The 2005 Bachelors graduates

Dong Chen

Mark Anthony, Brian Blank, Michael Boettcher, Scott Borgerding, Benjamin Bunge, Richard Corcoran, Brian Crow, Jamie Crubaugh, Jeffrey Elkins, Justin Fisher, Gareth Fleischer, Andrew Grubb, Steven Halverson, Julie Halvorson, Joseph Harris, Matthew Hornibrook, Eric Jestrab, Minas Kavallieros, Brian Klemme, Nicholas Lauters, Kerry Megraw, Tyler Meyerholz, Kent Mickelson, Joshua Miltenberger, Tyrel Murray, Justin Olson, Cliff Plymesser, Jeffrey Quinn, Michael Richardson, Bryan Sandvig, Clifford Schafer, Kirt Schmidt, Dominique Selgrade, Joshua Thrap, William Treasure, Brett Walker, Chad White, Gary Wickering, Luke Wilgenbusch, David Wilson, Crystal Wojtysiak

The 2007 Bachelors graduates Matthew Barchman, Brian Boekholder, Nicholas Caratelli, Lucas Clausen, Adam Clemons, Brad Corkrean, Adam Dillavou, Adam Douglas, Lee Ebel, Jason Eveland, Christopher Fredericksen, David Frischmeyer, Daniel Frohardt, Joshua Gaube, Wayne Gordon, Rondal Hale, Brandon Halsey, Samuel Hoffman, Jesse Howe, Ashlynn Hunter, Kakeru Iikubo, Kelsey Johnson, Aaron Kendall, Thomas Kinsinger, Jason Knipp, Andrew Kobusch, Kristen Koch, Klint Kruse, Jessica Kundinger, Anthony Latoria, Eric Lindquist, Caleb Lyon, Tyler Mark, Jerry Mihovilovich, Geoffrey Miller, Kyle Mueller, Jonathan Nack, Jacob Nollin, Kelsey Peverill, Eric Poland, Clifton Rhoads, Andrew Rotta, Casey Schafbuch, Christopher Schweers, John Seidl, Tyler Sparks, Zachary Steffen, Gabriel Stofferahn, Mark Sullivan, Christopher Thennes, Richard Trower, Nicholas Veldman, Benjamin Verdon, Andrew Vogel, John Vonnahme, Lucas Wall, Adam Ward, Daniel Ward, Matt Weller, Jesse Werner, Joshua Wiederholt, Brandon Wollery, Douglas Woolever, Benjamin Wright, Carl Zeilger

The 2005 Masters graduates James Nelson, Hariharan Pattabhi Seetharaman, Cliff Plymesser, Nolan Raadt, Edna Vazquez, Nicholas Williams, Zheng Zhong

The 2006 Bachelors graduates Stephen Ahlers, Anthony Alleman, Robert Amundson, Nicholas Andera, Jerad Andersen, Nicholas Andersen, Nicholas Bement, Jason Bersch, Anastasia Bitker, Jason Brekken, Russell Bollig, James Bowers, Josh Braby, Aaron Brace, Carl Brush, Aaron Bunge, Joseph Butler, Scott Cornelius, Michael Cramer, Kenneth Dittus, Jonathan Doll, Case Doorn, Ryan Drapeaux, Philip Emanuel, Anthony Erickson, Ryan Ferris, Curt Gillum, Glen Gleason, Ryan Haaland, Ryan Hackenmiller, Richard Harris, Scott Hildebrand, Chad Hotovec, Jake Humphreys, Eric Johnson, Derek Juhl, Jamie Knox, Jacob Kress, James Kurth, Benjamin Lehan, Jonathan Lewton, Kevin Lind, Tyler Manker, James Matzinger, Patrick McClain, Ryan McGuire, Jeffrey McKee, Peter Mercuris, Nathan Mittag, Jeffrey Moellers, Craig Montgomery, Adam Nelson, Lincoln Nichols, Dustin

The 2007 Masters graduate Mayur Bisani, Cole Landau, Darren McWhirt

The 2008 Bachelors graduates Randall Andrews, Loren Bouchard, Adam Brainerd, Michael Christy, Shawn Corey, Shawn Culhane, Dustyn Curran, Adam Drake, Scott Ewell, Vincent Fadden,Zachary Finch, Jonathon Gapinski, Robert Greiner, Troy Greve, Michael Hameister, Jacob Harris, Brian Harry, Amanda Hausman, Matthew Haverkamp, Samuel Heinselman, Kevin Heisdorffer, Matthew 103


Hendrickson, Anders Hurd, Justin Jackson, Renoj Jacob, Timothy Jennett, Brian Johnson, Derrick Jungers, Ben Kruse, Grant Lovin, Zachary Loy, Matthew Luck, Lemuel Mamuya, Lee Marbach, Joshua Markel, Aaron Martens, Cory McDermott, Tyler Millard, Jason Moritz, Andrew Norton, Katie Olson, Ryan Paul, Paul Pestel, Andrew Petersen, Bruce Pomerleau, Kelsey Powell, Cole Qualheim, James Rhynas, Drew Roberts, Paul Roggenbuck, Robert Rypma, Bryan Schmidt, Gregg Schmidt, Garrett Schroeder, Scott Schurman, Matthew Schwark, Robert Scott, Andrew Siegrist, Jeffrey Soseman, Edward Sowder, Jesse Spain, Mitchell Stoulil, Brian Streeper, Brian Sullivan, Jeffrey Theis, Robert Tiedeman, Seamus Turnbull, Jon Van Erkel, Cody Weber, Joshua West, Thomas Wetmore, Joshua Wise, Dustin Worthington, Adi Zhuravel, Alexander Zikra

The 2010 Bachelors graduates Douglas Allen, Marc Basara, Claire Bassett, Michael Berg, David Boulanger, Clark Bowden, Peter Cade, Anna Claussen, Camron Collier, Ryan Collins, Scott Cutler, Peter Cutler, Luke Daugherty, Austin Davis, Alicia Davison, Marko Dostanic, Laura Ellis, Jake Fuller, Ted Gerber, Nicholas Goedken, Karl Hafencher, David Hanks, Trevor Hanus, Benjamin Harriman, Austin Hennessey, Jimmy Hilton, Matthew Jahnke, Michael Janechek, Matthew Karns, Keith Kimsey, Jason Klein, Jonathan Klemm, Chad Lane, Brian Leitch, Matthew Lewton, Andrew Lowthorp, Jay Mathes, Mitchell McColloch, Ryan McGreger, Anthony Meinke, Brad Meyer, Brandon Montgomery, Jacob Moss, Michael Moye-Rowley, Patrick Mulloy, Boyd Netley, Arren Nguyen, Phillip O’Loughlin, Rowdy O’Grady, Nick Olson, Bradley Paulsen, Michael Pokorney, Rachel Potthoff, Blake Pratt, Ryan Quid, Patricio Quiroga Cruz, Ewatt Roberts, Nicholas Roberts, Christopher Rosso, Matthew Schultz, Michael Schupbach, Johnathan Seibert, Ryan Shabino, Ryan Sievers, Branton Smith, Nathan Steffes, Nathaniel Stevenson, Colton Taylor, Taylor Theulen, Andrew Trible, Brian Van Utrecht, Matt Warner, Steve Wiitanen, Tanner Wilks, Nathan Wolfe, Nicholas Wolff, Matthew Zaletel

The 2008 Masters graduates Mohammed Al Qady, Asish Seeboo

The 2008 PhD graduates Islam El-Adaway, Todd Sirotiak

The 2009 Bachelors graduates

The 2010 Masters graduates

Sean Anderson, Luke Barnum, Nicole Bell, Anthony Blasco, Ryan Bolinger, Ryan Bowers, Clark Bruellman, Sean Brummer, Noemi Calderon, Lucas Cassidy, Timothy Corcoran, Christopher Daniels, Nicholas Dekovic, Hermes Diaz, Jeremy Edmondson, Alex Egeland, Scott Elliott, Brenton Formanek, Michael Grim, Joben Grimmius, Kyle Grunder, Nathan Hamm, Matthew Harder, Christopher Heemstra, Michael Hopp, Samuel Jennett, Alexandre Jensen, Erik Johansen, John Kelly, Gregory Knudsen, Matthew Koester, David Kubik, Matthew Larsen, Joel Loes, Brian Madsen, Matthew Magnuson, Jessica Meredith, Luke Miller, James Nielsen, Austin Norberg, Nick Olson, Luke Peterson, Ryan Peterson, Jeffrey Peterson, Eric Peterson, Brian Phipps, Ryan Pigneri, Garett Plotts, Edward Predl, Derek Rehm, Bradley Reid, Ewatt Roberts, Megan Schlag, Zachary Smith, Brian Steffens, Derek Stickfort, Landon Streit, Daniel Stukenholtz, Terry Tipp, Jerry Van Oort, Kyle Weller, Frederick Chase Westercamp, Scott Williams.

Ali Satar Ali, Larry Cormicle, Kevin McLain, John Owens, Jainarine Ramkumar, Elizabeth Thoma, Tong Wang, Aaron Zutz

The 2011 Bachelors graduates Casey Adams, Aaron Andersen, Benjamin Bakkum, Daniel Blake, Luke Bowdish, Ryan Catus, Mitchell Cleveland, Jacob Conkin, Aidan Conlon, Scott Cronin, Steffan Custer, Konrad Dabrowski, Kyle Deeney, Zachary Dennis, Ryan Dickey, Christopher Engelstad, Lauren Fleming, Eric Grewcock, Kenneth Gutowski, Grant Hagen, Wesley Hinnah, Bridget Horan, Scott Hoskins, Walter Hudyma, Cory Jacobs, Jacob Johnson, Erica Kabat, Alexander Kaehler, Peter Kataras, Ryan Keairnes, Sung Kim, Erik Klinsky, Thomas KoloseusGagnon, Coleman Lange, Kevin Leavitt, Michael Lebler, Joseph Letchford, Bailey Marlow, Alex McBride, Joshua McNab, Sasha Mecham, Paul Merkle, Austin Meyn, Brett Miller, Bridgette Miller, Justin Moffitt, Adam Mueller, Matthew Murphy, Nimota Nasiru, Ryan Nelson, Ryan Noteboom, Emily O’Keefe, Thomas Owen, David Parr, Bryan Perry, Jay Prettyman, Derek Prouty, Joey Rains, Shawn Rasmussen, Brendon Reiff, Shea Ridge, Ian Rinker, Christopher Roderick, Justin Roeglin, Angela Rohde, Brian Rucka, Eric Sanders, Marcus Seden, Jacob Shaw, Philip Sidles, Alex

The 2009 Masters graduates Aaron Brncich, Cory McDermott

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Spencer, Creighton Stifel, Guy Thevenot, Michael Van Drew, Jaden Vos, David Warning, Brian Watson, Robert West, Lauren Wiest, Alexander Wright

Helmold, Andrew Hodge, Ross Holthaus, Jordan Hutchens, Stuart Jennings, Jacob Jorgensen, Derek Kohn, Kelsey Kraft, Ashley Kruger, Kelsey Laing, Alius Lapinskas, Brit Laurenti, Phillip Lechowicz, Austin Maginnis, Matthew Miklya, Tyler Mueller, Trevor Otto, Hannah Pechmann, Alex Philipsen, Taylor PuelzBurgin, Branson Ropp, Eric Ryan, Bryce Satterly, Ethan Schroeder, Brandon Schwinghammer, Phillip Shaw, Cory Steffen, David Tresner, Justin Wenger, Thomas Yung, Jianing Zhang

The 2011 Masters graduates Jonathan (Jack) Creviston, Bradley Kruse, Sayanti Mukhopadhyay, Jose Perez, Brad Perkins

The 2012 Bachelors graduates

The 2013 Masters graduates

Steven Amberg, Michael Bear, Tyler Beck, Vincent Borovic, Jacob Boyle, Travis Bricker, Logan Brinkman, Cody Brinkmann, Corey Brown, William Bruce, Kirby Caraveo, Tadd Carr, Lauren Caswell, Zakary Cole, Robert Cotan, Thomas Crary, Robert Dalluge, Carlton Davis, Kara Ekholm, Alyssa Fallon, Thomas Gaffney, Alex Grandgeorge, Austin Green, Cory Hackett, Maria Hannasch, Amanda Hansen, Brett Hauser, Wesley Hazelett, Kayla Heetland, Matthew Hoch, Kaleb Hoover, Brittany Horak, Michael Huff, Kyle Hughes, Blake Jensen, Eric Johnson, Evan Johnson, Keagan Johnson, Kathryn Kern, Kai Kilen, Justin Koenen, Jared Krull, Tyler Kumm, Jeffrey Larson, David Lukan, Nathan Magill, Nicholas Mann, Shawn McKenzie, Thomas McLoughlin, Wade Mootrey, Cassandra Naber, Innocent Ndayinzeye, Jonathan Nekvinda, Bryce Ogea, Eric Olinger, Renee Pike, Terese Ragaller, Kyle Revesz, Andrew Reynolds, Matthew Roth, Rachel Rottinghaus, Patrick Rumpza, Jacob Schneider, Jon Schrobilgen, Karlianne Schwake, Michael Sheston, John Shroyer, Kyle Sievers, Joshua Singsank, Ryan Smith, Matthew Sommerfeldt, Jacob Sprecher, Lauren Swarts, Eric Tabbert, Cole Van Ryswyk, Kyle Vansice, Sam Vorrie, Kolton Wagaman, Dustin Wheatley, Lee Yocum, Jonathan Yungtum, Kyle Zach, Dakota Zimmerman

Francis, Dayamba, John Mallen

The 2012 Masters graduates Fangyu (Denise) Guo, Jay Mathes, Angel Morandeira, Miguel A. Guerra-Moscoso, Jeanna Schierholz, Jacob Shaw, Nicola West

The 2012 PhD graduates Nurhidayah (Hida) Azmy, Ghada Gad

The 2013 Bachelors graduates Jessica Besonen, Adam Bradford, Brandon Bratz, Ethan Brown, Trevor Brown, Joseph Cicciarelli, Mark Conniff, Luke Demmel, Kasandra Dickerson, David Dirks, Dylan Dorsey, Jacob Eckard, Jordan Einck, Andrew Fisher, Matthew Goodhue, Thomas Gorman, Nicholas Graf, Robert Greiner, Trevor Haden, Kelda Hankins, Brian 105


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Moser, Shawn Moss, Craig Moss, Jacob Mostaert, Trent Moye-Rowley, Michael Mozena, John Mueller, Adam Mueller, Kyle Mueller, Richard Mueller, Tyler Mukhopadhyay, Sayanti Mullen, Dan Muller, Jordan Muller, Tim Mulloy, Patrick Munsch, Andrew Murdoch, Wesley Murphy, Matthew Murphy, Mike Murphy, Steve Murray, Pat Murray, Tyrel Mussman, Chad Myers, Bryan Myers-Engel, Amy Myhre, Rik Naber, Cassandra Naberhaus, Dennis Naberhaus, Leon Nack, Jonathan Nading, Jeff Nagen, Brent Nagle, Tyler Nanfito, Sam Nangle, Bob Narayanan, Vijay Naresh, Arcot Nashert, Walter IV Nasiru, Nimota Naughton, Luke Ndayinzeye, Innocent Neal, Tony Neelan, Pat Nekvinda, Jonathan Nelsen, Chad Nelson, Adam Nelson, Carl Nelson, Chris Nelson, James Nelson, Mark Nelson, Michael Nelson, Mike Nelson, Randy Nelson, Ryan Nelson, Ryan Nelson, Steve Nelson, Steve Nelson-Eliasen, Mary Neppl, Dan Nestvedt, Joe Netley, Boyd Netley, Dwayne

BS1998 BS1997 BS2010 BS1994 BS2010 BS1988 BS2011 BS2007 BS1975 BS2013 MS2011 BS1979 BS2004 BS1976 BS2010 BS2004 BS2002 BS2011 BS1972 BS1968 BS1977 BS2005 BS1993 BS1984 BS1984 BS2001 BS2012 BS1973 BS1977 BS2007 BS1980 BS1995 BS1985 BS1999 BS1989 BS1999 MS1996 BS2003 BS2011 BS1998 BS2012 BS1964 BS1981 BS2012 BS1997 BS2006 BS1976 MS1998 MS2005 MS1988 BS1999 BS1992 BS1984 BS1999 BS2011 BS1987 BS2001 BS1990 BS1988 BS1981 BS2010 BS1976


Neubauer, Scott Neumann, Phil Newbury, Scott Newman, Arthur Newton, Bernie Newton, Jon Nguyen, Arren Nichols, Lincoln Niebuhr, Larry Niebuhr, Scott Niebuhr, Scott Nielsen, Brent Nielsen, James Nielsen, Pete Nieman, Jerry Nieman, John Nikolin, Ben Nilsson, Alan Nissen, Jim Nizzi, Chuck Njos, Steve Noel, Gary Nollin, Jacob Nolta, Mark Nook, Corey Noonan, Thomas Norberg, Austin Norby, Ron Nordell, Dustin Nordland, Bob Nordstrom, Cheri Nordyke, Garrett Norton, Andrew Noteboom, Ryan Nott, Dennis Novak, Dan Novak, Thomas Novy, Mike Nuckolls, Brett Nwokedi, Chux Obbink, Nicholas Oberhaus, Paul Obrecht, Chris O'Brien, Jack Ocken, Merle O'Connor, Michael O'Dear, Dave Oehlerts, Rich Ogea, Bryce O'Grady, Rowdy Ohde, Doug Ohlfest, Doug O'Keefe, Emily Olberding, Matthew Olesen, Mark Olinger, Eric O’Loughlin, Phillip Olson, Justin Olson, Katie Olson, Mark Olson, Nick Olson, Nick

BS1993 BS1983 BS1987 BS1978 BS1984 BS1990 BS2010 BS2006 BS1980 BS1983 BS1988 BS1998 BS2009 BS1997 BS1975 BS1983 BS1997 BS1990 BS1981 BS1974 MS1990 BS1982 BS2007 BS1985 BS1998 BS1976 BS2009 BS1971 BS2006 BS1985 BS2003 BS1999 BS2008 BS2011 BS1973 BS1986 BS1981 BS1978 BS1980 BS1989 BS2003 BS1982 BS1997 BS1975 BS1970 BS2002 BS1986 BS1968 BS2012 BS2010 BS1970 BS1973 BS2011 BS2006 BS1989 BS2012 BS2010 BS2005 BS2008 BS1982 BS2009 BS2010

Olson, Steve Ones, Keith Ong, Nia Orgler, Mike Osgerby, Kevin Osier, Thomas Ott, Kevin Otte, Doug Otto, Rich Otto, Trevor Overbaugh, Brian Overgaard, Nels Owen, Thomas Owens, Bob Owens, John Pacholski, Katie Packebush, Melinda Pallegar, Naresh Palmer, Brad Palmer, Neal Pang, Kowk-Chu Papesh, Adam Paradise, Mike Parham, Tom Parietti, Tom Paris, Chris Parmalee, Bob Parr, David Parr, David Parsons, Mike Pasquariello, Bob Patrick, Jim Patterson, Cynthia Paul, Lorri Paul, Ryan Pauley, Randy Paulsen, Bradley Payne, Bob Payne, Joshua Pearson, Nate Pech, Fred Pechmann, Hannah Pedersen, Ron Pelton, John Pelton, Ron Penning, Jeff Penning, Lowell Pepper, Craig Pepper, Dave Perez, Jose Perkins, Brad Perkovich, Al Perrenoud, Doug Perry, Bryan Perry, Gil Persinger, Doug Pestel, Paul Peters, Gerald Peters, Randy Petersen, Adam

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BS1979 BS1978 BS1983 BS1991 MS1993 BS1981 BS2004 BS1997 BS1975 BS1973 BS2013 BS2001 BS2006 BS2011 BS1984 MS2010 BS1999 BS1996 MS1992 BS1981 BS1981 BS1996 BS2000 BS1967 BS1982 BS1989 BS1994 BS1985 BS2006 BS2011 BS1982 BS1980 BS1983 MS2001 BS1994 BS2008 BS1987 BS2010 BS1979 BS2004 BS1996 BS1979 BS2013 BS1979 BS1991 BS1985 BS1999 BS1983 BS1980 BS1985 MS2011 BS1997 MS2011 BS1988 BS1983 BS2011 BS1974 BS1991 BS2008 BS1983 BS1989 BS2002

Petersen, Andrew Peterson, Bart Petersen, Dean Petersen, Mike Peterson, Becky Peterson, Cork Peterson, Dave Peterson, Eric Peterson, Gerald Peterson, Jeff Peterson, Jeffrey Peterson, Joel Peterson, Kirk Peterson, Leslie Peterson, Luke Peterson, Ryan Peterson, Ryan Peterson, Tom Peterson, Zachary Petricka, Tracy Peverill, Kelsey Pfab, Adam Pfeffer, Bill Pfeifer, Chris Pfeiler, Bob Philips, Cole Philipsen, Alex Phillips, Brad Phipps, Brian Pick, Joshua Pidaparti, Surya Pietig, Brian Pigneri, Rocco Pigneri, Ryan Pigneri, Steve Pike, Renee Pilcher, Nathan Piper, Ross Pittman, Brian Pittman, Dan Pladsen, John Platt, Quentin Plotts, Garett Plymesser, Cliff Poduska, Martin Pokorney, Michael Poland, Eric Pollock, Brian Pomerleau, Bruce Pope, Andy Porayouw, Yiendra Port, Casey Postma, Gene Potter, Bill Potthoff, Rachel Pottratz, Dan Powell, Doug Powell, Kelsey Prasetyo, Ananto Praska, Donna

BS2008 BS1991 BS1985 BS1974 BS1980 BS1966 BS2001 BS2009 BS1981 BS1988 BS2009 BS1986 BS1985 BS2004 BS2009 BS2000 BS2009 BS1967 BS2006 BS1999 BS2007 BS2002 BS1974 BS1997 BS1973 BS1998 BS2013 BS1980 BS2009 BS2006 MS1991 BS1991 BS1978 BS2009 BS1991 MS1998 BS2012 BS2006 BS2001 BS2001 BS1995 BS1995 BS1999 BS2009 BS2005 MS2005 BS1976 BS2010 BS2007 BS2002 BS2008 BS1987 BS2002 BS1998 BS1991 BS1978 BS2010 BS1998 BS1971 BS2008 BS2003 BS1984


Pratt, Blake Prediger, Pat Predl, Edward Prendergast, Tom Prescott, Gary Prettyman, Jay Pribadi, Iwan Price, Ritchie Prior, Wayne Prochaska, James Proctor, Matt Propp, Todd Prosek, Joseph Prosperi, Bob Prouty, Derek Pua, Leon Puelz-Birgin, Taylor Pullen, Jeff Pullen-Workman, Deb Punelli, Dominic Purdy, Nate Qamar, Ramzi Qualheim, Cole Quarve, Tony Quid, Ryan Quinn, Jeffrey Quinn, Kelli Quintero, Hernando Quiroga Cruz, Patricio Raadt, Nolan Radius, Eric Rafoth, Chad Ragaller, Terese Rager, Jeff Rahbar, Faramarz (Fred)

Rahe, David Rahe, Kyle Rainforth, Jim Rains, Joey Rajan, Salim Ralston, Matt Ramaekers, Tyler Ramkumar, Jainarine Ranch, Tim Rand, Dana Randall, Terry Ranker, Dave Rasmussen, Eric Rasmussen, Jay Rasmussen, Mark Rasmussen, Shawn Raufaste, Noel Raun, Owen Raun, Tyler Raymond, Paul Recarte, Guilleruno Rech, Chris Rechkemmer, Jason Reeg, Kevin Reeve, Ted

BS2010 BS2000 BS2009 BS1969 BS1979 BS2011 MS2000 BS1980 BS1980 BS1966 BS2000 BS1987 BS2003 BS1970 BS2011 BS1991 BS2013 BS1980 BS1981 BS2000 BS2000 BS1988 BS2008 BS1989 BS2010 BS2005 BS1993 MS2000 BS2010 MS2005 BS1975 BS2000 BS2012 BS1985 BS1973 MS1989 PhD1997 BS2006 BS2001 BS1978 BS2011 MS1993 BS2000 BS2006 MS2010 BS1983 BS1986 BS1970 BS1971 BS2006 BS1991 BS1982 BS2011 BS1967 BS1981 BS2003 BS1979 MS1991 BS1989 BS1998 BS1993 BS1980

Rehm, Derek Rehm, Mike Reid, Bradley Reid-Benjamin, Liz Reiff, Brendon Reihmann, Randy Reinert, Joel Reinke, Rich Reinke, Robert Renoe, James Rens, Ron Repstien, Roger Reser, Kurt Retz, Drew Reuland, Mike Revesz, Kyle Rewerts, Bruce Reynolds, Andrew Reynolds, Brandon Rhoads, Clifton Rhoads, Clinton Rhymes, Basil Rhynas, James Rich, Jamie Richards, Scott Richardson, Jon Richardson, Michael Richter, Pat Ricken, Dave Ridge, Shea Riedmann, Louis Riesberg, Gina Riesenberg, Nic Righi, Tim Rigsby, Tim Ringsdorf, Bill Rinker, Ian Ripple, Aaron Ristau, Kent Rivera, Nicholas Rivisto, John Roberts, Drew Roberts, Ewatt Roberts, Nicholas Roberts, Steve Robertson, Elizabeth Robinson, Jim Roderick, Christopher Rodriguez, Yvan Roecker, Scott Roeglin, Justin Rogers, Barry Rogers, Steven Rogers, Tom Roggenbuck, Paul Rohde, Angela Rohler, Stephanie Roitman, Gad Roitsch, Eric Roland, George Rolfes, Tom Romanowski, Matt

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BS2009 BS1978 BS2009 BS1986 BS2011 BS1982 BS1981 BS1975 BS1980 BS1992 BS1989 BS1974 BS1991 BS1986 BS1984 BS2012 BS1992 BS2012 BS1998 BS2007 BS2004 BS1983 BS2008 BS1998 BS1975 BS2001 BS2005 BS1980 BS1984 BS2011 BS1976 BS2006 BS2001 BS1990 BS1983 BS1985 BS2011 BS2002 BS1993 BS2006 BS1983 BS2008 BS2010 BS2010 BS1981 BS1992 BS1977 BS2011 MS1992 BS1987 BS2011 BS1979 BS1984 BS1973 BS2008 BS2011 BS1996 MS1993 BS1997 BS1976 BS1982 BS1990

Romero, Jason Roozenboom, William Ropp, Branson Roseland, Rick Rosenbery, Aaron Rosenow, Craig Ross, Phillip Rossmiller, Brian Rossmiller, Pat Rosso, Christopher Roth, Karl Roth, Matthew Rotta, Andrew Rottinghaus, Rachel Ruba, Nick Rucka, Brian Ruden, Nick Ruggles, Dave Ruhland, Keith Rukashaza, Mary Rumpf, Brian Rumpza, Patrick Runestad, Jay Rusk, Jennifer Russell, Jim Ryan, Eric Ryan, John Ryan, Matt Ryan, Meaghan Rypma, Robert Sabzehzar, Habibollah Sahin, Cem Sajovec, Louis Sample, Mike Sande, Jerry Sandell, Dean Sanders, Brad Sanders, Eric Sanders, Joe Sanders, Rodney Sandvig, Bryan Sanman, Randy Sarno, Frank Sasso, Ahmed Satterly, Bryce Sauer, Lindsay Sautter, Bob Scandrett, Jeff Schaefer, Michael Schaefer, Ross Schafbuch, Casey Schafer, Clifford Schafer, Dirk Schapman, Nick Schebler, Jeff Schenck, Brad Schiefer, Jonathan Schierholz, Jeanna Schimmelpfennig, Al Schimmer, Joel Schlag, Megan Schlueter, Tom

BS2004 BS2002 BS2013 BS1978 BS1986 BS1980 BS2003 BS1990 BS1967 BS2010 BS1981 BS2012 BS2007 BS2012 BS1990 BS2011 BS1994 BS1988 BS1979 MS2004 BS1988 BS2012 BS1994 BS1998 BS1983 BS2013 BS2003 BS1998 BS2001 BS2008 BS1978 MS1992 BS1988 BS1981 BS1976 BS1977 BS1997 BS2011 BS1970 BS2001 BS2005 BS1981 BS1998 BS1979 BS2013 BS2000 BS1981 BS2001 BS2002 BS2000 BS2007 BS2005 BS1980 BS1978 BS1981 BS1989 BS1998 MS2012 BS1985 BS2003 BS2009 BS1985


Schluter, Lynne BS1979 Schmall, Tom BS1986 Schmidt, Bryan BS2008 Schmidt, Chad BS2006 Schmidt, Gregg BS2008 Schmidt, Kirt BS2005 Schmidt, Mike BS1982 Schmidt, Steve BS1979 Schmit, Gary BS1984 Schmitz, Alisha BS1998 Schneider, Jacob BS2012 Schneider, John BS1984 Schnurr, Bryan BS1996 Schoch, Bradley BS2006 Schoene, Rich BS1976 Scholtes, Dan BS1987 Schott, Kyle BS2003 Schraeder, Mark BS1988 Schriever, Joel BS1989 Schrobilgen, Jon BS2012 Schroeder, Ethan BS2013 Schroeder, Garrett BS2008 Schroeder, Korey BS2003 Schroeder, Terry BS1981 Schrupp-Rivero, Rolando BS2002 Schuetze, Martin BS1989 Schulte, Brandon BS2002 Schulte, Greg BS1990 Schultz, Edward BS1992 Schultz, Matthew BS2010 Schultz, Rich BS1970 Schultze, Rick BS1982 Schumacher, Tom BS1990 Schupbach, Michael BS2010 Schurman, Scott BS2008 Schuster, Daniel BS1979 Schuster, Jason BS1999 Schwab, Ben BS1983 Schwager, Dale BS2001 Schwake, Dustin BS1999 Schwake, Karlianne BS2012 Schwamman, Jim BS1981 Schwark, Matthew BS2008 Schwartz, Jeff BS1991 Schwartz, Travis BS1997 Schwarzenbach, Robby BS1997 Schweers, Christopher BS2007 Schwinghammer, Brandon BS2013 Scott, Robert BS2008 Scranton, Kirsta BS1996 Scully, Anthony BS2004 Scully, Whitney BS1980 Sealine, Jon BS1984 Seaton, Joel BS1984 Seden, Marcus BS2011 Seeboo, Asish MS2008 Seeger, Ken BS1972 Seely, Kirk BS1993 Seetharaman, Hariharan PattabhiMS2005 Seibert, Johnathan BS2010 Seibert, Tim BS1981 Seidl, John BS2007

Seifert, Steve Seiler, Daniel Seipold, Bob Seivert, Aimee Selgrade, Dominique Seyko, Kevin Shabino, Ryan Sharp, Randy Shattuck, Brian Shaw, Jacob Shaw, Phillip Sheesley, Mike Sheets, Mark Sheffert, Lary Sheller, Scott Shelp, Pete Shepherd, Jonathan Sheriff, Jeff Sherman, Anthony Sheston, Michael Shevik, Gary Shifflett, Scott Shilkaitis, John Shisler, Isaac Showalter, Gary Shriver, Scott Shroyer, John Shuba, Mike Shumate, Mark Sidles, Philip Sido, Tom Siegrist, Andrew Sievers, Kyle Sievers, Mike Sievers, Ryan Sikorski, Mike Sill, Eric Simbrowsky, Mark Simmons, Stan Simon, Eric Singelstad, Jon Singsank, Joshua Sinnwell, Larry Sipes, Jamie Sirotiak, Todd

Sjostrom, Grant Slater, Stacy Slattery, Dan Sleezer, Pat Sleezer, Shawn Sloan, Dan Smalling, Bob Smearman, Mike Smiley, Scott Smith, Aaron Smith, Adam Smith, Andy Smith, Branton Smith, Chris

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BS1971 BS2006 BS1976 BS1999 BS2005 BS1986 BS2010 BS1988 BS1998 BS2011 MS2012 BS2013 BS1992 BS1995 BS1980 BS1979 BS1978 BS2006 BS1971 BS1995 BS2012 BS1978 BS2003 BS1983 BS1976 BS1979 BS1982 BS2012 BS1982 BS1972 BS2011 BS1972 BS2008 BS2012 BS1986 BS2010 BS1979 BS1998 BS1997 BS1979 BS1997 BS1975 BS2012 BS1986 BS1983 BS1983 MS1997 PhD2008 BS2003 BS1998 BS1985 BS1989 BS1991 BS1981 BS1970 BS1988 BS1980 BS2006 BS2003 BS2001 BS2010 BS1998

Smith, Dave Smith, Don Smith, Donavan III Smith, James Smith, Jeff Smith, Jeff Smith, Kyle Smith, Matt Smith, Randy Smith, Ray Smith, Roger Smith, Russell Smith, Ryan Smith, Steve Smith, Walter Smith, Zachary Smothers, Troy Snead, Derek Snethen, Paul Snyder, Angie Snyder, Loren Snyder, Mark Snyder, ,Wayne Sodders, Bob Soenksen, Eric Solberg, Mark Solberg, Paul Solem, Daniel Sommerfeldt, Matthew Sonmez, Rifat Sonnenberg, Brad Sorensen, Ken Sorensen, Mark Sorenson, John Soseman, Jeffrey Soteropulos, Gust Southard, Ron Southorn, Craig Sowder, Edward Spain, Jesse Spanel, Jeff Sparks, James Sparks, Tyler Spence, Jenny Spencer, Alex Spencer, Earl “Hap” Spenler, Darren Spevacek, George Spidle,Craig Spooner, Kevin Sporaa, Shadrach Spratt, Dean Sprecher, Jacob Springer, Steve Stafford, Ron Stairs, Amy Stamp, Brad Stangl, Mike Stanley, Dave Stanley, Jamie Stapleton, Andy

BS1999 BS1971 BS2004 BS2004 BS1983 BS1995 BS1984 BS1998 BS1986 BS1983 BS1987 BS2004 BS2012 BS1985 BS1986 BS2009 BS1997 BS2006 BS1990 BS1997 BS2001 BS2004 BS1986 BS1988 BS2003 BS1985 BS1996 BS2004 BS2012 MS1992 PhD1996 MS1996 BS1976 BS1984 BS1963 BS2008 BS1981 BS1968 BS1982 BS2008 BS2008 BS1976 BS2004 BS2007 BS1999 BS2011 BS1975 BS1984 BS1971 BS1981 BS1986 BS2002 BS1980 BS2012 BS1989 BS2000 BS1996 BS1991 BS1972 BS1994 BS2002 BS1995


Stark, Don Staudt, Joshua Stauduhar, Bill Stealy, Dave Stearney, Peter Stearney, Phil Stearns, Craig Stecker, Jim Stecker, Steve Steffen, Cory Steffen, Zachary Steffens, Brian Steffes, Nathan Stensland, Mike Stephan, Branden Stephens, Shamus Stephenson, Phillip Stephenson-Eucher, Kimberly Stevens, Don Stevenson, Darin Stevenson, Kelly Stevenson, Nathaniel Stewart, Chris Stewart, Jeff Stewart, Jeff Stickfort, Derek Stefel, Creighton Stinn, Glen Stockdale, Tom Stoecker, Mike Stofferahn, Gabriel Stohlgren, Keith Stoller, Mark Stone, Jeff Stotts, Bill Stoulil, Andrew Stoulil, Mitchell Strahan, Justin Strahan, Luke Strawn, Diane Streeper, Brian Streeter-Schaefer, Holly Strehlow, Brad Streit, Craig Streit, Landon Stritzel, Mark Strong, Kevin Strotman, Dan Stroud, Eric Strub, Joseph Struble, Steve Struss, Doug Stueland, Joel Stukenholtz, Daniel Sturm, Steve Su, Hui-Tong Subhransu, Muhkerjee Sugre, Mike Sullivan, Barry Sullivan, Bradley Sullivan, Brian

BS1979 BS2003 BS1990 BS1992 BS1988 BS1989 BS1986 BS1972 BS1994 BS2013 BS2007 BS2009 BS2010 BS1984 MS1999 BS2001 BS1996 BS1985 BS1992 BS1999 BS1983 BS2010 BS1998 BS1981 MS2000 BS2009 BS2011 BS1981 BS1977 BS1985 BS2007 BS1980 BS1998 BS1976 BS1984 BS2006 BS2008 BS2001 BS2006 BS2002 MS2004 BS2008 BS1998 BS1982 BS2001 BS2009 BS1986 BS1973 BS1979 BS1984 BS2002 BS1990 BS1983 BS1997 BS2009 BS1990 BS2004 MS1990 BS1983 BS2001 BS2002 BS2008

Sullivan, Harols Sullivan, Mark Sullivan, Tim Sulzbach, Rich Summers, Nathan Swanson, Don Swanson, Steve Swanstrom, Jay Swanstrom, Jim Swarts, Lauren Sweeney, Ron Sweet, Dallas Sweetman, Chuck Swenson, Mark Swies, Dave Swinning, Thomas Swinton, Dean Tabbert, Eric Tacke, Cody Tan, Khim-Leong Tan, Khim-Liong (Lawrence) Tan, Kok-Heng Tan, Lim Taylor, Clark Taylor, Colton Taylor, Jack Taylor, Peter Tech, Dave Tee, Syuin-Chet Teegarden, Ted Teeters, Brian Tempel, Tim Templeton, Brett Ten Clay, Marvin TenEyck, Bob Teo, Clement Teo, Khing Terrell, Mike Terrell, Sean Terry, Chad Tharnstrom, Gregg Theis, Jeffrey Thennes, Christopher Theodore Meiners Theulen, Taylor Thevenot, Guy Thoma, Elizabeth Thomas, Bob Thomas, Bruce Thomas, Jason Thomas, John Thomas, Sam Thomas, Tim Thomas, Tom Thompson, Dennis Thompson, Don Thompson, Jim Thompson, Jock Thompson, Mark Thompson, Matthew Thompson, Scott Thompson, Scott

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BS1968 BS2007 BS1977 BS1972 BS2003 BS2002 BS1991 BS1982 BS1977 BS2012 BS1979 BS1984 BS1990 BS1987 BS2000 BS2004 BS1971 BS2012 BS2003 BS1998 MS1998 BS1986 BS1989 BS1984 BS2010 BS1969 BS2004 BS1981 MS2001 BS1999 BS1999 BS1988 BS2006 BS1968 BS1983 BS1983 BS1986 BS1968 BS1993 BS1996 BS1969 BS2008 BS2007 BS2002 BS2010 BS2011 MS2010 BS1985 BS1983 BS1997 BS1984 BS1969 BS1990 BS1981 BS1972 BS1975 BS1981 BS1969 BS1984 BS2002 BS1982 BS1984

Thompson, Terry Thorius, Jacob Thornquist, John Thrap, Joshua Tieck, Craig Tiedeman, Robert Tiemeyer, Jon Tilford, Kelly Timmons, Bill Timmons, Bruce Timmons, Dan Tipp, Terry Tirimanne, Anslem Tjaden, Nicholas Tjelmeland, Rich Tobin, Craig Tolbert, Jamella Tollakson, Rick Tometich, James Tometich, Tim Toney, Aaron Topark-Ngarm, Bomb Torkildson, Eric Tousley, Mike Treasure, William Treharne, Steve Tremmel, Paul Tresner, David Trible, Andrew Tripp-Rieks, Joseph Trower, Richard Troyer, Rich Troyer, Steve Tubbs, Aaron Tubbs, Kevin Tucker, Richard Turczynski, Scott Turk, Jeff Turnbull, Seamus Turner, Troy Twedt, Cynthia Underwood, Brent Ure, Scott Usoro, Aniekan Vaile, Mike Valdez, Brandon Valdez, Elizabeth Van Arendonk, Brian Van Drew, Michael Van Dyke, Dan Van Erkel, Jon Van Es, Jeff Van Loon, Matthew Van Oort, Jerry Van Roekel, Sara Van Rossum, Bill Van Ryswyk, Cole Van Treeck, Pat Van Utrecht, Brian Van Weelden, Steve VanCoughnett, Justin Vandekrol, Jonathan

BS1977 MS2003 BS1971 BS2005 BS1979 BS2008 BS1974 MS1996 BS1987 BS2000 BS1981 BS2009 MS1994 BS2006 BS1982 BS1998 BS1999 BS1976 MS2006 BS1999 BS2001 BS1997 BS1978 BS1980 BS2005 BS1970 BS2000 BS2013 BS2010 BS2003 BS2007 BS1976 BS1993 BS1996 BS1982 BS2004 BS1994 BS1985 BS2008 BS1992 BS2002 BS1981 BS1985 BS1982 BS1985 BS2000 BS2001 BS2002 BS2011 BS1982 BS2008 BS1993 BS2003 BS2009 BS2004 BS1995 BS2012 BS1989 BS2010 BS1989 BS2006 BS2001


Vandenberg, Bill Vander Pol, Matt Vandezandschulp, Harlan VanFossen, Chuck Vanheiden, Matt VanManen, Larry Vannoy, Lee Vannoy, Rob VanRheenen, Chad Vansice, Kyle VanZandt, Rose Marie Vardhan, Chandrika Vaske, Kent Vazquez, Edna Veldman, Nicholas Venter, Dan Verdon, Benjamin Viet, Krista Voegel, Jim Vogel, Andrew Vogel, Tim Vogt, John Vonnahme, John Vorrie, Sam Vorwald, Jason Vos, Jaden Vos, Jaron Vosler, Warren Voss, Ed Voss, Jim Voss, Kevin Waber, Chris Wagaman, Kolton Wageman, Mark Wagner, Andrew Wagner, Jeff Wagner, Mark Wagner, Rick Wahle, Jim Waits, Colin Waldeier, Doug Walgamuth, Shane Walker, Brett Walker, Jason Walker, Jim Walker, Jon Walker, Kevin Wall, Doug Wall, Lucas Wall, Russ Wallace, Craig Wallis, Mike Walsh, Larry Walstrom, Jim Walters, John Waltz, Joel Wang, George Wang, Tong Ward, Adam Ward, Dan Ward, Daniel

BS1993 BS2001 BS1975 BS1971 BS2001 BS1968 BS1985 BS1976 BS1998 BS2012 BS1996 MS1991 BS1994 BS2003 MS2005 BS2007 BS1981 BS2007 BS2001 BS1989 BS2007 BS2001 BS1980 BS2007 BS2012 BS1999 BS2011 BS2002 BS1965 BS1969 BS1987 BS1993 BS1985 BS2012 BS1990 BS2006 BS1988 MS1989 BS1990 BS1992 BS2006 BS1997 BS1985 BS2005 BS1995 BS1987 BS1980 BS2001 BS1984 BS2007 BS1967 BS1980 BS1996 BS1979 BS1979 BS1972 BS1996 BS1980 MS2010 BS2007 BS1984 BS2007

Ward, Scott Warner, Matt Warning, David Warren, Jason Washburn, Jim Waters, Dustin Watson, Brian Watson, Steve Watson-Eberhard, Kim Wavering, Jay Weaver, Brian Weaver, Cole Webb, Jim Webb, Terrence Weber, Cody Weddall, Robert Wedewer, Tom Weeks, Dave Weidenbach, Keith Weis, Shane Welder, Larry Welin, Pete Welker, Kurt Welker, Sherman Weller, Kyle Weller, Matt Weller, Ryan Wells, Brian Wells, Jason Welter, Mike Wendling, Scott Wendt, Roger Wenger, Justin Wenger, Lynn Wengert, Tom Wenthe, Dave Wenzel, Jeff Werden, Steve Werderitsch, Tom Werner, Jesse Werthmann, Jeff Wesely, Dave Wessels, Brian West, Joshua West, Nicola West, Robert Westbrook, Randy Westby, Steve Westendorf, Bob Westercamp, Frederick Chase Weston, Curt Wetmore, Thomas Wharff, Dave Wheatley, Dustin Wheeler, Tim Whitcome, Jim White, Alan White, Chad White, Eric White, George White, Jason White, Larry

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White, Saren Whitlatch, Mike Whitworth, Jim Whyte, Keith Wickering, Gary Wiebel, Rory Wieczorek, Arlo Wiederholt, Joshua Wiener, Jason Wiener, Matthew Wiest, Lauren Wiitanen, Steve Wilbur, Eric Wilgenbusch, Luke Wilks, Tanner Williams, Kevin Williams, Nicholas Williams, Nicholas Darrell Williams, Nicholas David Williams, Scott Williams, Tim Williamson, Brandt Williamson, Brian Willis, Greg Willis, Jason Willis, Ted Wilming, Scott Wilmott, Judson Wilson, David Wilson, Jann Winchell, Pete Windolf, John Wine, Rondea Winterstien, Melissa Wirt, Darrin Wischmeyer, Kirk Wise, Joshua Witt, Dana Witte, Darwyn Wittkop, Scott Wojtysiak, Crystal Wolf, John Wolf, Nick Wolfe, Michael Wolfe, Nathan Wolff, Jon Wolff, Nicholas Wollery, Brandon Wolter, Andy Wolter, Steve Wolterman, Scott Wong, Tim Wong, Wing-Kei Wong, Yew-Choong Woo, Han-Meng Wood, Adam Wood, Christopher Wood, Elizabeth Wooledge, Hannah Woolever, Douglas Wooley, Michael Worden, Alicia

BS1989 BS1974 BS1987 BS1984 BS2005 BS2001 BS2006 BS2007 BS2002 BS2002 BS2011 BS2010 BS1982 BS2005 BS2010 BS1979 MS2005 BS2004 BS2004 BS2009 BS2002 BS1980 BS1980 BS1985 BS2000 BS1996 BS1987 BS1995 BS2005 BS1985 BS1975 BS1992 BS1994 BS1995 BS1998 BS1998 BS2008 BS1980 BS1973 BS1985 BS2005 BS1978 BS2000 BS2003 BS2010 BS1998 BS2010 BS2007 BS1990 BS1980 BS1980 BS1997 BS1999 BS2003 BS1998 BS2002 BS2003 BS2001 BS2000 BS2007 BS2006 BS1999


Workman, Larry Worthington, Dustin Wright, Alexander Wright, Benjamin Wright, Tim Wu, Sheng-Jer (Daniel) Wurzer, Lauren Wurzer, Wayne Wyatt, Rich Wyckoff, Andy Wydajewski, Ken Yang, Kyong-Ha Yeong, Joo Yeong, Siew-Chin Yessaian, Ara Yocum, Lee Yoder, Jeff Yoder, Leon Young, James Jr. Yung, Thomas Yungclas, Dave Yungtum, Jonathan Zach, Kyle Zaletel, Matthew Zarn, Bryan Zehnder, Geoffrey Zeigler, Mark Zeilger, Carl Zeliadt, Ray Zeller, Kirk Zerbe, Doug Zerr, Stacy Zhang, Jianing Zhong, Zheng Zhuravel, Adi Zikra, Alexander Zimmerman, Dakota Zimmerman, Steve Zutz, Aaron

BS1971 BS2008 BS2011 BS2007 BS1982 MS1994 BS1976 BS1975 BS1980 BS1986 BS1991 BS1973 BS1996 BS1998 MS1999 BS1980 BS2012 BS1982 BS1978 BS2003 BS2013 BS1982 BS2012 BS2012 BS2010 BS1981 BS2004 BS1976 BS2007 BS1995 BS1980 BS1981 BS1996 BS2013 MS2005 BS2008 BS2008 BS2012 BS1976 MS2010

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BS1992

BS1983 BS1978 BS1980 BS1964 BS1998

BS1979 BS1979 BS1991 BS1972 BS1975

ARKANSAS Bella Vista Beck, Laurence BS1979 Conway Solberg, Mark BS1985 Edgemont McCarty, Mark BS1987 Hot Springs Flannery, Darrell BS1976 Hot Springs National Park Fleagle, Earl BS1981 Sherwood Pelton, Ronald BS1985 ARIZONA Apache Junction Culp, Kevin Casa Grande Schiefer, Jonathan Cave Creek Webb, Terrence

BS1982 BS1998 BS1971

Chandler Melton, Thomas Norton, Andrew Sandell, Carl Gilbert Aidoo, Derick Leinen, Timothy Schwartz, Jeffry Sweet, Dallas Glendale Glines, Daniel Logan, Robert Logan, Robert Green Valley Gleason, Glen Mesa Brush, Carl Waits, Colin Munds Park Fowler, Dennis Oro Valley Blank, Brian Gosselink, Jerry LaNasa, Richard Phoenix Bontrager, Michael Dillon, Ralph Doll, Jonathan Elkins, Jeffrey Ensley, Ronald Hall, Jeffery Hunemuller, Judd Miller, Dennis Montague, Richard Nelsen, Chandler Pech, Fred Stoller, Mark Tometich, James Veldman, Nicholas Walstrom, James Werden, Stephen Prescott Karlson, Michael Scottsdale Archer, Thomas Blasco, Anthony Gilbert, Dennis Harriman, Benjamin 121

BS1995 BS2008 BS1977 BS2000 BS1975 BS1991 BS1984 BS1976 BS1973 BS1981 BS2006 BS2006 BS2006 BS1973 BS2005 BS1966 BS1989 BS1982 BS1979 BS2006 BS2005 BS1993 BS1981 BS1977 BS1970 BS1999 BS1997 BS1979 BS1998 MS2006 BS2007 BS1979 BS1972 BS1979 BS1987 BS2009 BS1973 BS2010

Heggen, Thomas Muller, Timothy Randall, Terry Reinke, Richard Streit, Craig Sullivan, Bradley Surprise Gardner, Miles Tempe Crumpton, Jon Tucson Byers, Bruce Cline, Adrianne Reuland, Michael Walker, James Whitlatch, Michael Vail Kinseth, Marc

BS1975 BS1976 BS1970 BS1975 BS2001 BS2002 BS1974 BS1978 BS1963 BS1998 BS1984 BS1987 BS1974 BS1986

CALIFORNIA Alameda Vogel, Timothy BS2001 Aliso Viejo Jepsen, Matthew BS1998 Antelope Van Treeck, Patrick BS1989 Arroyo Grande Zerbe, Douglas BS1981 Bakersfield Engler, Phillip BS2002 Benicia Schaefer, Ross BS2000 Bishop Larson, Bradley BS1991 Brea Gustafson, Everett BS1971 Burbank Nwokedi, Chukwuemka BS1989 Pattabhiseetharaman, Hari MS2005 Calabasas Ansari, Kouros BS1983 Calabasas Hills Ten Eyck, Robert BS1983 Cameron Park Dittus, Kenneth BS2006 Carlsbad Sipes, James BS1983


Carmel Mcilrath, Vaughn Carmichael Granner, Andrew Cerritos Toney, Aaron Chula Vista Beyer, Jamie Citrus Heights Martin, Gregory Claremont Hendrickson, Ed Concord Stukenholtz, Daniel Swinning, Thomas Copperopolis Flatland, Raymond Costa Mesa Hamilton, Matthew Klinkefus, Bradley Coto De Caza Barnes, Paul Cottonwood Ones, Keith Cupertino Underwood, Brent El Dorado Hills Kanaan, Mohammad Elk Grove Berkland, James Hale, Tom Fallbrook Hanson, Robert Folsom Miskawi, Haytham Fremont Yeong, Siew-Chin Fresno Sabzehzar, Habib Ft. Bragg Lubbert, William Fullerton Stephenson, Phillip Irvine Desai, Prashant Helgevold, Kevin Laski, Tara Whyte, Keith La Mesa Westendorf, Robert

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Sparks, James Independence Crosser, Scott BS1982 Janechek, Michael BS2010 Larson, Douglas BS1995 O'Loughlin, Phillip BS2010 Schwartz, Travis BS1997 Indianola Brady, Timothy BS1981 Brown, Justin BS2004 Burk, Amy BS1995 Butler, Joseph BS2006 Coalbank, Chad BS2003 Crubaugh, Jamie BS2005 Hutchens, Mark BS1983 Nestvedt, Joseph BS1981 Paulsen, Bradley BS2010 Seeger, Kenneth BS1972 Selgrade, Dominique BS2005 Smith, Russell BS2004 Williams, Scott BS2009 Iowa City Amundson, Robert BS2006 Blount, Stephen BS1977 DeGroot, David BS1992 Grunzweig, Nicholas BS1977 Meyerholz, Tyler BS2005 Moore, Doug BS1991 Moye-Rowley, Michael BS2010 Peterson, Eric BS2009 Sauer, Lindsay BS2000 Spencer, Alex BS2011 Tiemeyer, Jon BS1974 Warren, Jason BS1991 Iowa Falls Gehrls, John BS1981 Janesville Spencer, Earl BS1975 Johnston Atcheson, Gerald BS1993 Bunner, Chad BS1994 Churchill, Brad BS1994 Cronin, Scott BS2011 Dickey, Ryan BS2011 Gerleman, Joseph BS1979 Hodapp, Troy BS1996 Hudyma, Walter BS2011 Jacobs, Cory BS2011 Johnson, Keagan BS2012 132

Laurenzo, Brian BS1984 Manatt, Andrew BS2001 Manning, Christopher BS1981 Martinson, Richard BS1989 McElroy, James BS1976 Peters, Randall BS1989 Pittman, Brian BS2001 Spooner, Kevin BS1986 Venter, Daniel BS1981 Yocum, Lee BS2012 Kelley Harmsen, Leroy BS1979 Mickelson, Kent BS2005 Keota Swanstrom, Jay BS1982 Knoxville Beal, James BS1989 Bishop, Brian BS2004 Harrington, Matthew BS1998 Kamp, Todd BS1999 Lake Mills Roberts, Stephen BS1981 Lake View Rohde, Angela BS2011 Wallace, Craig BS1980 LaPorte City Werner, Jesse BS2007 Le Mars Herbst, Dean BS1995 Hodgson, Kevin BS2001 Meis, John BS1982 Penning, Lowell BS1983 Rand, Dana BS1986 LeClaire Friemel, Todd BS2000 Snyder, Mark BS2004 Leon Smith, Branton BS2010 Lockridge Burgmeier, Phillip BS2003 Macedonia Forristall, Gary BS1971 Madrid Kubik, Dave BS2009 Perkins, Bradley BS1997 MS2011 Troyer, Steve BS1993 Manchester Guetzko, Mark BS1984 Marsh, Robert BS1978


Norberg, Austin Ogea, Bryce Manning Detlefsen, John Steffes, Nathan Maquoketa England, James Sheets, Mark Marcus Leavitt, James Leavitt, Kevin Marion Bartilson, David Cousins, Roger Fay, Joseph Hagen, Grant Hentges, Joseph Kurth, James Marsh, Bruce Merta, Benjamin Novy, Michael Reynolds, Andrew Snead, Derek Tobin, Craig Marshalltown Calderon, Noemi Dalluge, Robert Gethmann, Jack Hay, Steven Iikubo, Kakeru Mahlstede, John Meyeraan, Kendall Olson, Katie Swarts, Lauren Welker, Sherman Mason City Brcka, Kent Dumdei, Victoria Hubbard, Cheryl Jessen, George Little, David Schmit, Gary Shaw, Jacob Sheller, Scott Watson, Stephen Maxwell Hand, Jonathan Merryman, Kevin Wolfe, Michael Mechanicsville

BS2009 BS2012 BS1972 BS2010 BS1978 BS1995 BS1980 BS2011 BS1977 BS1975 BS1985 BS2011 BS1991 BS2006 BS1992 BS2000 BS1978 BS2012 BS2006 BS1998 BS2009 BS2012 BS1963 BS1977 BS2007 BS1987 BS1988 BS2008 BS2012 BS1982 BS1995 BS1982 BS1999 BS1984 BS1981 BS1984 BS2011 MS2012 BS1979 BS1998 BS2002 BS1995 BS2003

Beck, Tyler Melbourne Bear, Michael Meriden Ferris, Ryan Missouri Valley Leusink, Mark Mitchellville Bailey, Kurt Monroe Van Ryswyk, Cole Moville Manker, Tyler Mt. Pleasant Caboth, Cragon Caraveo, Kirby Mt. Vernon Kleiman, Stephen Ruden, Nicholas Wiebel, Rory Wischmeyer, Kirk Nashua Sullivan, Brian Nevada Ristau, Kent New Providence Jackson, Walt Williams, Timothy New Sharon Van Utrecht, Brian Newell Overgaard, Nels Newhall Retz, Drew Newton Gast, Guy North English Heyne, Stephen North Liberty Drapeaux, Ryan El-Zein, Ali Kacmarynski, Brian Nordell, Dustin Schmitz, Alisha Willis, Jason Norwalk Altes, Jonathan Haaland, Ryan Henderson, Kelly Roth, Matthew Schmidt, Steven 133

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Simon, Eric Snethen, P. Bryon Wright, Benjamin Osage Brumm, Richard Osceola Burgus, David Paul, Ryan Oskaloosa Dickinson, David

BS2012 BS2006 BS1977 BS2012 BS1982 BS1994 BS2001 BS1998 BS2008 BS1993 BS1997 BS2002 BS2010 BS2006 BS1986 BS1977 BS1999 BS2006 BS1988 BS2003 BS2006 BS1998 BS2000 BS2000 BS2006 BS2002 BS2012 BS1979

Franje, Nathan Nielsen, James Otley Menninga, Johnny Ottumwa Kinsinger, Thomas Rhynas, James Panora Rains, Joey Parkersburg Koenen, Justin Paullina Ebel, Lee Pella Gerdes, Gregory Mathes, Jay

BS1997 BS1990 BS2007 BS1996 BS1994 BS2008 BS1977 MS1980 BS2003 BS2009 BS1973 BS2007 BS2008 BS2011 BS2012 BS2007

BS1984 BS2010 MS2012 Payne, Joshua BS2004 Turnbull, Seamus BS2008 Van Rheenen, Chad BS1998 Van Weelden, Steven BS1989 Vos, Jaden BS2011 Vos, Jaron BS2002 Peosta Gaul, Brian BS1999 Kueter, Scott BS2001 Perry Farley, Alan BS1989 Pleasant Hill Hanson, Stanley BS1970 McClain, Patrick BS2006 Van Drew, Michael BS2011 Vanarendonk, Brian BS2002 Ward, Danny BS2007 Workman, Larry BS1971 Polk City Burgod, Nathan BS2004 Hagberg, Nathaniel BS2003 MS2006


Magill, Nathan BS2012 Ryan, John BS2003 Sajovec, Louis BS1988 Schafbuch, Casey BS2007 Twedt, Cynthia BS2002 Protivin Jestrab, Eric MS2006 Radcliffe Lauritson, Joseph BS1997 Red Oak Drake, Adam BS2008 Reinbeck Fleshner, Christopher BS1997 Muller, Jordan BS2004 Peterson, Gale BS1966 Rinard Miller, Steven BS1994 Rock Rapids Warner, Matt BS2010 Rock Valley Hubers, Michael MS1990 Rockwell City Madsen, Brian BS2009 Roland Templeton, Brett BS2006 Rolfe Sandvig, Bryan BS2005 Runnells Dooley, Josh BS2002 Kain, Kevin BS2002 Vannoy, Lee BS1985 Ryan Gaffney, Thomas BS2012 Sac City Pratt, Blake BS2010 Salem Dean, James BS1975 Scranton Murphy, Matthew BS2011 Zimmerman, Steven BS1976 Sergeant Bluff Kehrt, Chad BS1995 Sheldon Struble, Steven BS1990 Shell Rock Krull, Jared BS2012 Shenandoah Currie, Kevin BS1984 Sidney Lowthorp, Andrew BS2010 Sioux City

Agnes, Robert BS1972 Bertrand, Russell BS1996 Bolinger, Ryan BS2009 Brown, Timothy BS1986 Destigter, Douglas BS1981 Geisler, Bryan BS1988 Gill, Thomas BS1988 Johnson, Douglas BS1974 Larson, David BS1978 Leonard, Steven BS1980 Lewis, Richard BS1991 McCline, Curtis BS1976 Netley, Boyd BS2010 Obbink, Nicholas BS2003 Ohlfest, Douglas BS1973 Pittman, Daniel BS1995 Prescott, Gary BS1979 Rens, Ronald BS1989 Reynolds, Brandon BS1998 Sulzbach, Richard BS1972 Vande Zandschulp, Harlan BS1975 Wiener, Matthew BS2002 Slater Drent, Dale BS1998 Solon Cramer, Mark BS1979 Hauser, Todd BS1984 Krug, Everett BS1970 Schebler, Jeffery BS1981 Wurzer, Wayne BS1975 Spencer Shabino, Ryan BS2010 Spirit Lake Berg, Michael BS2010 Dohlman, Dwight BS1982 Eich, William BS1972 Gilbert, Roger BS1969 Larson, David BS1978 Springville Wenzel, Jeffrey BS1982 State Center Conkin, Gary BS1986 Nolta, Mark BS1985 Storm Lake Jennett, Samuel BS2009 Story City Busch, Richard BS1990 MS1996 Corcoran, Richard BS2005 Cummings, Randy BS1992 134

Turner, Troy BS1992 Watson, Brian BS2011 Welter, Mike BS1981 Sumner Yungtum, Jonathan BS2012 Swisher Schoene, Richard BS1976 Wheatley, Dustin BS2012 Wieczorek, Arlo BS2006 Thurman Cassidy, Lucas BS2009 Tiffin Ford, Nicholas BS2002 Steffen, Zachary BS2007 Toddville Voss, Kevin BS1993 Toledo Lyon, Caleb BS2007 Union Matzinger, James BS2006 Urbandale Burbank, Keith BS1976 Christiansen, Brandon BS1999 Cooper, Jim BS1983 Cooper, Mike BS1997 Dimond, David BS1986 Ehrlich, Charles BS1986 Garwood, Matthew BS1994 Halverson, Steven BS2005 Harger, Michael BS1993 Heiliger, Terry BS1990 Henkels, Paul BS1979 Karns, Matthew BS2010 Kauffman, Ryan BS2004 Kumm, Doug BS1981 Kumm, Tyler BS2012 McColloch, Mitchell BS2010 Nelson, Mark MS1988 Nelson, Ryan BS2011 Pigneri, Ryan BS2009 Pike, Renee BS2012 Port, Casey BS1998 Punelli, Dominic BS2000 Schupbach, Michael BS2010 Smith, Jeffrey BS1995 Stroud, Eric BS1984 Tollakson, Rick BS1976 Wolff, Nicholas BS2010 Zaletel, Matthew BS2010 Van Meter


Anderson, Roger BS1982 Fetters, Amy BS1996 Jones, Anthony BS1993 Junker, Vincent BS1990 Wiederholt, Joshua BS2007 Vinton Calderwood, William BS1980 Vandyke, Daniel BS1982 Walford Grim, Michael BS2009 Washington Hotchkiss, Jacob BS2004 Miller, Matt BS1996 Montz, Craig BS2004 Rich, James BS1998 Thorius, Jacob MS2003 Waterloo Conley, Melissa BS2004 Dakovich, Milton BS1976 Fortune, Warren BS1974 Homan, Aaron BS1999 Homan, Sarah BS2003 Jackson, Stephen BS1975 Knipp, Jason BS2007 Nelson, William BS1969 Rottinghaus, Rachel BS2012 Sanders, Joseph BS1970 Sommerfeldt, Matthew BS2012 Stanley, Jamie BS2002 Swinton, Dean BS1971 Tolbert, Jaimie BS1999 Wolter, Andrew BS1990 Waterville Streeper, Brian BS2008 Waukee Clausen, Chris BS2001 Clausen, Lucas BS2007 Hennessey, Austin BS2010 Lorey, Patrick BS1975 McGreger, Ryan BS2010 Merk, Jonathon BS2000 Millard, Tyler BS2008 Mills, Bradley BS1982 Newbury, Scott BS1987 Shattuck, Brian BS1998 Stifel, Creighton BS2011 Stoulil, Andrew BS2006 Sweeney, Ron BS1979 Vaske, Kent BS1994

Zerr, Stacy Waukon Seibert, Johnathan Waverly Schwake, Karlianne Webster City Peterson, Gerald Peterson, Joel Wesley Siegrist, Andrew West Bend Bruellman, Clark West Branch Bowers, Ryan West Des Moines Adams, Casey Ball, Darrell Bonus, Kenneth Buchanan, Todd Buenneke, Jon Bunge, Benjamin Carlstrom, Mike Cole, Randy Cooper, Brent Cutler, Peter Dickinson, James Dillavou, Jay Edwards, Mickel Engel, Jason Eveland, Jason Garner, Aaron Graeve, Wayne Greiner, Robert Hagberg, James Halsey, Brandon Hanks, David Herman, Josh Johansen, Erik Keairnes, Ryan Kemp, Charles Kinser, Gregory Klein, Jason Koester, Matthew Majeres, Todd Manning, Jeff Miller, Geoffrey Mitton, Thomas Montgomery, Craig Mozena, John Myers, Bryan Nelson, Michael 135

BS1996 BS2010 BS2012 BS1981 BS1986 BS2008 BS2009 BS2009 BS2011 BS1967 BS1985 BS1988 BS1984 BS2005 BS1967 BS1981 BS1991 BS2010 BS1974 BS1983 BS1984 BS2002 BS2007 BS2002 BS1976 BS2008 BS1979 BS2007 BS2010 BS2003 BS2009 BS2011 BS1987 BS1997 BS2010 BS2009 BS2000 BS1997 BS2007 BS1979 BS2006 BS1988 BS1984 BS1992

Newman, Arthur BS1978 Pauley, Randall BS1987 Pepper, Craig BS1980 Petersen, Adam BS2002 Rasmusson, Mark BS1982 Rehm, Michael BS1978 Rukashaza-Mukome, Mary Catherine MS2004 Schulte, Greg BS1990 Sinnwell, Lawrence BS1986 Sodders, Robert BS1988 Solem, Dan BS2004 Staudt, Aimee BS1999 Stockdale, Thomas BS1977 Sundermann, Gina BS2006 Theulen, Taylor BS2010 Treasure, William BS2005 Wilgenbusch, Luke BS2005 Yungclas, David BS1982 West Point Sanders, Bradley BS1997 Sanders, Rodney BS2001 Whiting Stoulil, Mitchell BS2008 Williamsburg Spenler, Charles BS1984 Vaile, Michael BS1985 Windsor Heights Boucher, Michael BS1979 Jensen, Thomas BS1980 Stone, Jeffrey BS1976 Winterset Armstrong, Gregory BS1989 Clemens, Kevin BS1986 Mecham, Sasha BS2011 Sievers, Kyle BS2012 Weaver, Brian BS1980 Woolstock Grandgeorge, Alex BS2012 Yarmouth Baker, Shane BS1996 KANSAS Abilene Davis, Austin Emporia Lee, Mark Rech, Christopher Kansas City Palmer, Neal Rehm, Derek

BS2010 BS2004 BS1989 BS1981 BS2009


Lansing Werthmann, Jeffrey BS1985 Lawrence Howard, David BS1988 Leawood Floyd, Eric BS1993 Gudgel, Phillip BS1980 Kelly, Scott BS1987 Lorei, Greg BS1990 Lenexa Barchman, Matthew BS2007 Casey, Michael BS1980 Eilers, Heather BS2001 Herrig, Nick BS1989 Meredith, Jessica BS2009 Manhattan Blomme, Nathan BS2003 Gast, Alan BS1979 Mission Reiff, Brendon BS2011 Olathe DeJong, Matthew BS1995 Dickerson, Timothy BS1978 Harris, Jacob BS2008 Hoffey, Martin BS1985 Hotovec, Chad BS2006 Hunter, Gregg BS1981 Kirby, Chad BS1997 Kohns, Larry BS1968 Larson, Curt BS1988 McDermott, Mark BS1991 Meyn, Austin BS2011 Mitchem, Greg BS1998 Nelson, Steve BS2001 Paris, Christopher BS1994 Peterson, Becky BS1980 Purdy, Nathaniel BS2000 Rafoth, Chad BS2000 Schraeder, Mark BS1988 Turk, Jeff BS1985 Vanheiden, Matt BS2001 Overland Park Cain, Robert BS1988 Carlson, Greg BS1985 Clement, Lori BS1984 Collins, Ryan BS2010 Corkrean, Brad BS2007 Evans, Patrick BS1990 Heetland, Kayla BS2012 Heger, Thomas BS1997 Hullinger, David BS1982

Kern, Kathryn BS2012 King, Michael BS1997 Li, Chun MS2000 Logue, Steven BS1981 McCarthy, David BS1980 McDermott, Brian BS1995 Pietig, Brian BS1991 Ramaekers, Tyler BS2006 Schmidt, Bryan BS2008 Streeter-Schaefer, Holly BS1998 Prairie Village Rogers, Barry BS1979 Schafer, Dirk BS1980 Vosler, Warren BS1965 Roeland Park Kies, Kathleen BS2002 Shawnee Determan, Barry BS2003 Halbur, Michael BS1996 Moore, Cheri BS2003 Shawnee Mission Stewart, Jeffrey BS1981 MS2000 Stilwell Valdez, Brandon BS2000 Topeka Haines, Mark BS1994 Wichita Voss, Edward BS1969 Zimmerman, Dakota BS2012 KENTUCKY Frankfort Rhody, Debra La Grange Kaiser, Lee Louisville Lange, Coleman Nasiru, Nimota Njos, Steven Pigneri, Rocco Qamar, Ramzi Prospect King, David LOUISIANA Baton Rouge Hoffman, Samuel Noel, Gary Covington 136

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BS2007 BS1982

Swies, Dave BS2000 Mandeville Krumwiede, Christopher BS1998 Whitworth, James BS1987 New Orleans Allen, Zachary BS2003 Slidell Buttler, Lynnette BS1992 Youngsville Vazquez, Edna BS2003 MS2005 MAINE Bath Richter, Patrick

BS1980

MARYLAND Annapolis O'Brien, Jack BS1975 Baldwin Hughes, Kyle BS2012 California Schumacher, Thomas BS1990 Clarksburg Celik, Serhan MS1998 Dayton Henderson, Thomas BS1982 Hanover Scully, Whitney BS1980 Manchester Smearman, Michael BS1988 Parkton Miller, Albert BS1975 Miller, Bridgette BS2011 Towson Johnson, Curt BS1992 Whitcome, James BS1971 MASSACHUSETTS Acton Floyd, Charles Auburndale Ludwig, Jerry Belmont Wolfe, Nathan Framingham Lie, Robert Ipswich Casali, Kevin

BS1972 BS1979 BS2010 BS1981 BS1986


Lexington Gruber, Kimberly BS1996 Somerville Worthington, Dustin BS2008 Sunderland Lutenegger, Alan BS1975 MICHIGAN Beverly Hills Perrenoud, Douglas Midland Naberhaus, Dennis Mt. Pleasant Sheffert, Lary Ontonagon Blake, Daniel Pleasant Lake Kelling, Craig Rockford Dixon, Scott St. Joseph Klusendorf, Brian Stanwood Mettin, Kyle Troy Miller, Charles

BS1983 BS1973 BS1980 BS2011 BS1981 BS1981 BS1988 BS1991 BS1985

MINNESOTA Afton Hosch, Gregory BS1993 Albert Lea Claussen, Anna BS2010 Andover Grout, Roger BS1988 Roozenboom, William BS2002 Anoka Schwake, Dustin BS1999 Apple Valley Hannasch, Maria BS2012 Lind, Kevin BS2006 Wright, Alexander BS2011 Avon Chandler, Paul BS1995 Battle Lake Madson, Scott BS1982 Baxter Leege, Lawrence BS1971 Bemidji Brinkmann, Cody BS2012 Blooming Prairie

Lysne, Douglas Bloomington Herrick, Mark Larson, Craig Brooklyn Park Carter, Robert Ihle, Leon Buffalo Stecker, Steven Burnsville Kruse, Brad Olinger, Eric Williams, Nicholas Champlin Day, Stephen Sheriff, Jeffrey Chanhassen Gatto, David McKinney, Matthew Pladsen, John Schmall, Thomas Chaska Doorn, Case Greenig, Steven Leverington, Steven Pokorney, Michael Tjaden, Nicholas Circle Pines Kuenstling, Jon Cloquet Ellingson, Michael Coon Rapids Elsner, Ronald Kopp, Nicholas Eagan Goodwin, Peter Harlson, Richard Hauser, Stephen Horan, Bridget Oberhaus, Paul Schultz, Richard Eden Prairie Beumer, Joseph Biere, Dan Conlee, Darren Eliasen, Mary Gunderson, Mark Hunwardsen, Roger McFarland, Timothy Nelson, Adam Sarno, Frank 137

BS1967 BS1975 BS1978 BS1978 BS1968 BS1994 BS2004 BS2012 BS2004 BS1990 BS1971 BS1982 BS2000 BS1995 BS1986 BS2006 BS1980 BS1986 BS2010 BS2006 BS1985 BS1982 BS1978 BS2003 BS1971 BS1971 BS1979 BS2011 BS1982 BS1970 BS2003 BS1982 BS1996 BS1990 BS1991 BS1989 BS1975 BS2006 BS1998

Sorensen, Kenneth BS1976 Warning, David BS2011 Edina Anderson, Greg BS1984 Hall, Peter BS1981 Ilten, Daniel BS1972 Zhuravel, Adi BS2008 Excelsior Duyvejonck, Beth BS1997 Martinsen, Lee BS1971 Ten Clay, Marvin BS1968 Eyota Kaehler, Alexander BS2011 Faribault Lorenzen, Jeffrey BS1979 O'Connor, Michael BS2002 Farmington Callahan, Timothy BS2002 Sweetman, Charlie BS1990 Golden Valley Anderson, Charles BS1992 Ernst, Michael BS1995 Grey Eagle Rivisto, John BS1983 Hamel Pearson, Nathan BS1996 Hanover Herzberg, Dave BS1990 Hastings Nickel, Branson BS2001 Hollandale Van Erkel, Jon BS2008 Inver Grove Heights Ekholm, Kara BS2012 Fett, Robert BS1977 Lake Elmo Leitch, Brian BS2010 Weis, Shane BS2004 Lakeville Benjamin, Elizabeth BS1986 Even, Dale BS1998 Rosenbery, Aaron BS1986 Seppamaki, Leslie BS2004 Lino Lakes Maddy, Joseph BS1984 Long Lake Barickman, D. Bradley BS2003 Mantorville Ewing, Jon BS1986 Maple Plain


Fadden, Vincent BS2008 Mazeppa Benike, John BS1978 Minneapolis Barstad, Jon BS1983 Crary, Thomas BS2012 Elliott, Lance MS1996 Fesenmaier, Jodel BS2003 Fritcher, James BS1978 Harty, Nathan BS2003 Heisdorffer, Kevin BS2008 Herrema, David BS2001 Hill, John BS1979 Hornibrook, Matthew BS2005 Johnson, Brian BS2008 Martin, Jeffrey BS2000 Morgan, Catherine BS1984 Mostaert, Trent BS1994 Netley, Dwayne BS1976 Pallegar, Nareshkumar MS1992 Raadt, Nolan MS2005 Rusk, Jennifer BS1998 Schuetze, Martin BS1989 Shifflett, Scott BS2003 Spratt, Dean BS1980 Winchell, Peter BS1975 Wise, Joshua BS2008 Woolever, Douglas BS2007 Minnetonka Boulanger, David BS2010 Buyert, John BS1969 Crist, Gary BS1977 Hayek, David BS2004 Humphreys, Jake BS2006 Johnson, Michael BS1988 Nack, Jonathan BS2007 Shelp, Peter BS1978 Walgamuth, Shane BS1985 Wolff, Jonathan BS1998 Mound Basara, Marc BS2010 Northfield Halvorson, Julie BS2005 Petricka, Tracy BS1999 White, Larry BS1974 Oronoco Kisilewiski, Mary BS1987 Osseo Blizzard, Troy BS1997

Cunz, Heather BS1993 Rahe, David BS2006 Schroeder, Terry BS1981 Southorn, Craig BS1982 Owatonna Welker, Kurt BS1989 Pine City Wiener, Jason BS2002 Plymouth Deeney, Kyle BS2011 Ehm, Jeff BS1982 Griffith, Kendall BS1992 Johnson, Timothy BS1980 Kennedy, James BS1990 Kieffer, Paul BS1985 Lewis, Chadwick BS1978 Moffitt, Justin BS2011 Rasmussen, Shawn BS2011 Taylor, Clark BS1984 Princeton Lewis, Rhonda BS1991 Prior Lake Becker, Thomas BS1996 Klein, Patrick BS1966 Petersen, Michael BS1974 Prettyman, Jay BS2011 Ruba, Nicholas BS1990 Richfield Fallon, Alyssa BS2012 Hintz, Rodney BS1998 Rochester Benike, Aaron BS1995 Benike, James BS1972 Bronson, Kenneth BS1999 Elder, Alan BS2002 Ellsworth, Brian MS1998 Grosland, Steven BS1972 Hindermann, Matthew BS1988 Johnson, Evan BS2012 Leimer, Nicholas BS2002 Praska, Donna BS1984 Prendergast, Thomas BS1969 Schoch, Bradley BS2006 Rogers McKee, Jeffrey BS2006 Rosemount Francois, Craig BS1979 Hassenfritz, Joseph BS1980 Leonard, Terry BS2002 Lovin, Benjamin BS1999 138

Wessels, Brian BS2004 Savage Brekken, Jason BS2006 Greenlee, Rich BS1966 Stofferahn, Gabriel BS2007 Shakopee Benson, Travis BS2000 Erickson, Anthony BS2006 Krieg, Christopher BS2001 Ramkumar, Jainarine MS2010 Strong, Kevin BS1973 Shoreview Merkle, Paul BS2011 Squaw Lake Barrett, Dean BS1974 St. Louis Park Krummen, Stewart BS1991 McFadden, Shane BS1994 Smith, Matthew BS1998 St. Michael West, Joshua BS2008 St. Paul Bitker, Anastasia BS2006 Campbell, Paul BS1974 Dalager, Kevin BS1997 Guggisberg, Angela BS2004 Luck, Matthew BS2008 Smith, Donavan BS2004 Thompson, Terrence BS1977 Wagner, Richard BS1990 Stacy Smith, Aaron BS1998 Stillwater Gritters, Bruce BS1984 Parr, David BS2011 Vadnais Heights Piper, Ross BS2001 Vergas Menz, Loren BS1968 Virginia Thompson, Donald BS1975 Watertown Trible, Andrew BS2010 West St. Paul Westby, Steven BS1982 White Bear Lake Caswell, Lauren BS2012 Winona Frietsche, Gretchen BS2002 Modjeski, Francis BS1986


Schwab, Benjamin Woodbury Hauser, Brett Moss, Craig

BS1983 BS2012 BS1997

MISSISSIPPI Meridian Andersen, Aaron BS2011 Olive Branch Newton, Jonathan BS1990 Starkville El-Adaway, Islam PhD2008 MISSOURI Ballwin Jacob, Renoj Lindsley, Dennis Blue Springs Borns, Thomas Righi, Timothy Chesterfield DeNardi, Dean Columbia Smith, Zachary Country Club Thevenot, Guy Gladstone Lane, Chad Glencoe Spidle, Craig Grovespring Ruggles, David Jefferson City McLain, Kevin Joplin Kelly, John Kansas City Audino, David Bowden, Clark Clayburg, Michael Custer, Steffan Donner, Steven Dyxin, Charles Franzen, Gregory Huggins, Matthew Kataras, Peter McArtor, Michael Minter, Kathleen Myhre, Rik Newton, Bernard Richardson, Jon

BS2008 BS1969 BS1979 BS1990 BS1982 BS2009 BS2011 BS2010 BS1981 BS1988 MS2010 BS2009 BS2004 BS2010 BS2004 BS2011 BS1984 BS2001 BS1985 BS1997 BS2011 MS2002 BS2000 BS2001 BS1984 BS2001

Riesenberg, Nic BS2001 Schmidt, Chad BS2006 VandeKrol, Jonathan BS2001 Woolley, Michael BS2006 Lees Summit Borns, John BS1979 Gapstur, Cory BS2003 Lourens, Travis BS1994 Petersen, Andrew BS2008 Ralston, Matthew BS2000 Timmons, Bruce BS2000 Timmons, William BS1987 Liberty Stearns, Craig BS1986 Nixa Stark, Donald BS1979 Pacific Wittkop, Scott BS1985 Parkville King, Sharon BS1995 Smithville Koenigs, Harold BS1986 Spring Field Naber, Cassandra BS2012 Beier, Anthony BS1993 St. Charles Duke, David BS1980 Goodrich, Todd BS1996 St. Joseph Patrick, James BS1983 St. Louis Jones, Douglas BS1973 Morris, Michael BS1982 St. Peters Stoecker, Michael BS1985 Washington McAlpin, Larry BS1973 Waynesville Fosdick, James BS1981 Wildwood Schultz, Matthew BS2010 MONTANA Bozeman Gunnink, Brett BS1981 Kalispell Bothwell, Gretchen BS1982 Manhattan Hallquist, Daryl BS1967

139

NEBRASKA Ashland Sleezer, Shawn BS1991 Bellevue Grunder, Kyle BS2009 Martin, Bradley BS1983 Stinn, Glen BS1981 Wolf, John BS1978 Bennington Ackermann, Casey BS2002 Andersen, Curt BS1981 Elkhorn Boschult, Mark BS1979 Dostanic, Marko BS2010 Foster, Donald BS1980 Gawley, Michael BS1978 Mittag, Nathan BS2006 Grand Island Mussman, Chad BS1993 Greenwood Geiler, Frederick BS1971 Gretna Harrison, Christopher BS1987 Leapley, Gary BS1980 Lehan, Benjamin BS2006 Hubbard Honsbruch, Roger BS1975 La Vista Heikens, Michelle BS2003 Lincoln Farley, Eric BS2003 Hulsebus, Jason BS2004 Majeres-Patterson, Cynthia MS2001 Peterson, Zachary BS2006 Murdock Murdoch, Wesley BS2002 Nebraska City Jackson, Justin BS2008 Omaha Adams, Heather BS2001 Ahrenholtz, Christopher BS1994 Brainerd, Adam BS2008 Brennan, John BS1988 Conlon, Aidan BS2011 Crow, Brian BS2005 Ebert, Keith BS1984 Emanuel, Philip BS2006 Engstrom, Donald BS1975


Fucinaro, Tony BS2003 Gorman, Michael BS1979 Grewcock, Eric BS2011 Guinn, Jack BS1970 Hausman, Amanda BS2008 Hunsicker, Mark BS1981 McBride, Alex BS2011 McDermitt, Gary BS1995 McGruder, Spencer BS1979 McIntosh, G. Allen BS1994 Pfeiler, Robert BS1973 Predl, Edward BS2009 Riedmann, Louis BS1976 Schurman, Scott BS2008 Swanson, Donald BS2002 Vandenberg, William BS1993 Walter, John BS1972 Weller, Matt BS2007 Wesely, David BS1981 Papillion Distefano, Rhonda BS1983 Weaver, Cole BS2006 NEW JERSEY Bordentown Gaudreault, Ronald Cherry Hill Rivera, Nicholas Mahwah Price, Ritchie Marlboro Coppes, Joshua North Haledon Bjork, Lawrence Rockaway Glander, Robert Weehawken Wang, Tong

MS2010

NEW MEXICO Albuquerque Engelstad, Paul Flemming, Joseph Friedrichsen, Kent Giannelli, James Loes, Joel Menke, Gregory Novak, Thomas Smith, Raymond Thompson, Dennis

BS1980 BS1986 BS1981 BS1979 BS2009 BS1995 BS1981 BS1982 BS1972

BS1988

Weddall, Robert White, Alan Gallup Ali, Ali Los Lunas Pollock, Brian Rio Rancho Bales, Rooster Mamuya, Lemuel Zehnder, Geoffrey Tijeras Schluter, Lynne

MS1996 BS2004 MS2010 BS2002 BS1979 BS2008 BS2004 BS1979

NEVADA Las Vegas Campos Lange, T. Monique BS1981 Harris, Howard BS1977 Pfeifer, Christine BS1997 Renoe, James BS1992 Topark-Ngarm, Pattanapong BS1997 Vogel, Andrew BS2007 Wedewer, Thomas BS1966 Wong, Timothy BS1997 Reno Lange, Gerald BS1972 Wong, Wing-Kei BS1999

BS2006 BS1980 BS1998 BS1975 BS1979

NEW YORK Brooklyn Pua, Lean BS1991 Tee, Syuin-Chet MS2001 Delmar Andrews, Jeff BS1999 East Amherst Bakkum, Benjamin BS2011 Fairport Kupka, Kevin BS1981 Fresh Meadows Man, Jack BS1980 Gloversville VanCoughnett, Justin BS2006 Monroe Knueppel, Dale BS1981 New York McDowell, Curtis BS1996 Nelson, Ryan BS1999 Tubbs, Aaron BS1996 Virdi, Gurvirinder MS1993 140

Staten Island Johnson, David Yonkers Carsky, Joseph

BS1970 BS1985

NORTH CAROLINA Apex Thompson, James BS1981 Asheville Hyler, Susan BS1981 Cary Johnston, Jeffrey BS1980 Chapel Hill Rasmussen, Eric BS2006 Charlotte Ball, Mark BS1982 Chen, Dong MS2002 PhD2006 Kouri, Adam BS2001 Nagle, Tyler BS1985 Elizabeth City Lamb, Gary BS1967 Elon Wolf, Nicholas BS2000 Farmville Terrell, Sean BS1993 Mooresville Wenger, Lynn BS1978 New Bern Williams, Nicholas BS2004 Pikeville Stewart, Christopher BS1998 Raleigh Katschkowsky, John BS1986 Robbinsville Vanmanen, Larry BS1968 Waxhaw Cox, Robert BS1984 Leonard, Daniel BS1985 Wilmington Heston, William BS1979 McGiverin, Terry BS1963 Schuster, Jason BS1999 Smith, Andrew BS2001 Winston Salem Maloney, James BS1990 NORTH DAKOTA Fargo Gao, Zhili MS2001 PhD2004


New Town Ryan, Matthew OHIO Avon Kruse, Frederick Chagrin Falls Thompson, Jock Cincinnati Christy, Michael Johnston, Brent Langdon, Frederick Lyon, David May, James McLaughlin, Seth Neumann, Philip Cleveland Henkels, John Hoenk, Mark Columbus Deal, Guy Jones, Quincy Qualheim, Cole Dublin Francois, Paul Welin, Peter Hamilton Zehring, Jennifer Lancaster Fry, James Loveland Nelson, Carl Mansfield Snyder, Wayne Marion Duffy, Bryan Mason Eberhard, Kimberly Williamson, J. Brian Medina Smalling, Robert Perrysburg Coffman, James Dillin, Larry Strongsville Knepel, Aaron Toledo Douglas, Peter West Chester Schapman, Nicholas Xenia

Lewis, Dennis

BS1972

BS1998

BS1980 BS1969 BS2008 BS1988 BS1982 BS1991 BS1986 BS1984 BS1983 BS1980 BS1997 BS1977 BS2003 BS2008 BS1991 BS1979 BS1998 BS1982 BS1976 BS1986 BS1977 BS1983 BS1980 BS1970 BS1971 BS1978 BS1997 BS1978 BS1978

OKLAHOMA Bixby Erps, Lawrence Collinsville Turk, Michael Oklahoma City Wurzer, Lauren Ponca City Lutt, John Sapulpa Glesener, Kent

BS1979 BS1985

Fieweger, Thomas Yardley Parmelee, Robert

BS1976

BS1989

PENNSYLVANIA Allentown Roberts, Ewatt BS2010 Altoona Roberts, Nicholas BS2010 Avondale Raufaste, Noel BS1967 Cranberry Township Barkhurst, Gary BS1981 Dallas Hazelett, Wesley BS2012 Easton Brandes, Douglas BS1972 Fleetwood Hill, Keith BS1983 Fogelsville Gordon, Joseph BS1971 Malvern Ervitarini, Justina MS1995 West Chester

SOUTH DAKOTA Brookings Schneider, Jacob Dakota Dunes Rhoads, Clifton Harrisburg Hage, Darin Hartford Habben, Craig Hudson Tabbert, Eric McCook Lake Beaulieu, Kevin North Sioux City Thompson, Matthew Rapid City Peterson, Jeffrey Sioux Falls Jones, Bradley Medema, Donald

141

BS1985

PUERTO RICO San Juan Perez Reboredo, Jose MS2011 SOUTH CAROLINA Aiken Major, Charles Blythewood Fleischer, Gareth Charleston Stickfort, Derek Columbia Koerner, Jonathan Ft. Mill Heying, Galen Greenville Viet, Krista Mauldin Snyder, Loren Pawleys Island Flathers, Richard Seneca Bausman, Dennis Brandon Rasmussen, Jay

OREGON Aloha Stotts, William Beaverton Knudsen, Brian Perry, Gilbert Brookings Roth, Karl Keizer Link, William Lincoln City Shevik, Gary Ontario Sealine, Jon Talent Nangle, Robert

BS1978

BS1974 BS1973

BS1984 BS1982 BS1974 BS1981 BS1976 BS1978 BS1984

BS1971 BS2005 BS2009 BS1978 BS1983 BS2001 BS2001 BS1981 BS1971 BS1991

BS2012 BS2007 BS1997 BS1989 BS2012 BS1996 BS2002 BS2009 BS1995 BS1983


Zeigler, Carl TENNESSEE Brentwood Johnson, William Franklin Goehner, Joel Joelton Miller, Matthew Knoxville Gabrielson, Jay Kneeland, Loren Maryville Moeller, Larry Terrell, Michael Memphis Lovejoy, David Munford Friesth, Michael New Market Quarve, James Pegram Edwards, Steven Smyrna Martin, Jane TEXAS Aledo Hetzler, Matthew Quinn, Jeffery Allen Anderson, Trevor Weston, Curtis Amarillo Larson, Norman Austin Hutter, Michael Klemm, Jonathan Krogstad, Ryan Pestel, Paul Pomerleau, Bruce Sahin, Cem Springer, Steven Wright, Timothy Bellaire Eshelman, Erick Canyon Lake Payne, Robert Cedar Park Culhane, Shawn Ewell, Scott

BS2007

BS1982 BS1987 BS1999 BS1982 BS1970 BS1972 BS1968 BS1968 BS1997 BS1989 BS1999 BS1984

BS1982 BS2005 BS1992 BS1985 BS1966 BS1981 BS2010 BS1998 BS2008 BS2008 MS1992 BS1989 BS1982 BS1996 BS1979 BS2008 BS2008

Solberg, Paul BS1996 Colleyville Johnson, Paul BS1974 Conroe Blank, Brice BS1994 Coppell Kruse, Ben BS2008 Corinth Clausen, Steven BS1993 Dallas Fisk, David BS1995 Forbes, Jeffrey BS1982 Hameister, Michael BS2008 Lilly, James BS1979 Lindhart, Christopher BS1982 Nordyke, Garrett BS1999 Otte, Douglas BS1975 Rajan, Salim MS1993 Shroyer, John BS2012 Del Rio Ryan, Meaghan BS2001 El Paso Manning, Jeremy BS1997 Munsch, Andrew BS2004 Elgin Clancy, Jeffrey BS1982 Euless Hansl, Hans BS1981 Flower Mound Boutwell, James BS1980 Czapanskiy, Gregory BS1980 Gmitro, Mark BS1982 Friendswood Hilton, Mark BS1976 Frisco Earhart, Andrew BS1999 Jafari, Behzad BS1983 Ft. Worth Bottorff, Tylor BS2003 Clay, Jennifer BS1995 Granbury Decker, Kevin BS1983 Grand Prairie Lee, Hoon-Hong BS2000 Houston Anderson, Rick BS1981 Brandon, Rick BS1978 Calligan, Craig BS1973 DeVany, Thomas BS1990 MS1991 142

Hurley, Lawrence BS1981 Leach, Gary BS1982 Meisenheimer, Daryl BS1990 Nichols, Lincoln BS2006 Raun, Owen BS1981 Hutto Feller, Scott BS1995 Irving Ankanahalli-Shivaram, K. MS2004 Keller Hildebrand, Scott BS2006 White, George BS1998 Kingwood Plotts, Garett BS2009 Lake Dallas Keleher, John BS1982 Laredo Peterson, Ryan BS2009 Richardson, Michael BS2005 Teegarden, Edward BS1999 Leander Jennett, Timothy BS2008 Lewisville Higgins, Paul BS1982 Holt, Randy BS1980 Little Elm Wagner, Jeffrey BS1988 Lubbock Pedersen, Ronald BS1979 McKinney Bokaie, Nader BS1987 Missouri City Loxterkamp, Mark BS1981 McCormick, Thomas BS1976 Pearland Zheng, Zhong MS2005 Pflugerville Ehrlich, Thomas BS1986 Poduska, Martin BS1976 Plano Bolejack, Kyle BS2002 Loneman, Steven BS1986 Quintero, Hernando MS2000 Richardson Danielsen, Bryan BS1985 Hansen, Lee BS1981 Richmond Breckon, Karl BS1980 Rosenberg Chadima, Jeffrey BS1978


Rowlett Pfeffer, William Saginaw Jones, Stephen San Antonio Mortensen, Scott Sleezer, Patrick Wilbur, Eric San Marcos Jessen, Douglas Schertz McWhirt, Darren Southlake Caratelli, Nicholas Smiley, Scott Spring Fisher, Joseph Sheesley, Michael Sugar Land Wolterman, Scott Wichita Falls Owens, Robert

BS1971 BS1970 BS1997 BS1989 BS1982 BS1985 MS2007 BS2007 BS1980 BS1997 BS1992 BS1980 BS1984

UTAH Lehi Cawley, Bryan MS1997 Logan Gleisberg, Ariana BS2004 Roy Haverkamp, Matthew BS2008 Sandy Hugo, Bruce BS1988 VERMONT St. Albans Carlson, Jeffrey

BS1990

VIRGINIA Aldie Hamad, Nizar BS1983 Arlington Braesch, Steven BS1977 Martens, Aaron BS2008 Ashburn Ott, Kevin BS1997 Bristow Wydajewski, Kenneth BS1991 Burke Mascardo, Rick BS1993

Centreville Hawn, David BS1982 Dulles Dudding, Christopher BS2000 Fairfax Bitar, Ali BS1980 Makarla, Deepak MS2004 Fairfax Station Strotman, Daniel BS1979 Gainesville Meints, Jamey BS1997 Glen Allen Parietti, Thomas BS1989 Lorton Yang, Kenneth BS1973 Manassas Althoff, Mark BS1978 Golay, Richard BS1976 Mechanicsville Stevenson, Nathaniel BS2010 Midlothian Murphy, Stephen BS1968 Shepherd, Jonathan BS2006 Newport News Linman, Bradley BS2002 Norfolk Owen, Thomas BS2011 Poquoson Kramer, Mark BS1982 Portsmouth Vogt, John BS1980 Purcellville Hurd, Anders BS2008 Richmond Olson, Mark BS1982 South Hill Schmidt, Kirt BS2005 Stafford Cantrell, David BS1995 Suffolk Soenksen, Eric BS2003 Vienna Juhl, Derek BS2006 Yorktown Conley, Daniel BS1982 WASHINGTON Airway Heights Edwards, Ryan Anacortes 143

BS2004

Larsen, Matthew Bellevue Amento, Steven Engel, Amy Bellingham Wendling, Scott Bothell Romero, Jason Seely, Kirk East Wenatchee Torkildson, Eric Edmonds Hirsch, Douglas Federal Way Frentress, Gary Kenmore Wagner, Mark Kent Babb, Walter Chung, Jin-Wook Harmon, Joseph Kirkland Andersen, Nicholas Medical Lake Cranston, Scott Nine Mile Falls Ekenberg, David Olympia Pasquariello, Robert Sammamish Baughman, Mark Seattle Alm, Kirk Czerwinski, Luke Greenley, Kyle Ragaller, Terese Snohomish Usoro, Aniekan Spokane Herrman, Douglas Tacoma Goedken, Nicholas Vancouver Alm, Don Lebo, Thomas Washougal Bernhard, Anthony WEST VIRGINIA Clendenin Chicoine, Kenneth

BS2009 BS1978 BS1984 BS1990 BS2004 BS1993 BS1978 BS1981 BS1983 MS1989 BS1989 MS2004 BS1975 BS2006 BS1983 BS1975 BS1980 BS1990 BS1995 BS2002 BS1993 BS2012 BS1982 BS1981 BS2010 BS1968 BS1979 BS2004

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Morgantown Dummermuth, Chris BS1978 WISCONSIN Appleton Ford, Steven BS1976 Jochimsen, Ronald BS1973 Morton, Scott BS1981 Beaver Dam Schneider, John BS1984 Benton Johnson, Rodney BS1996 Black Creek Goodall, William BS1977 Black River Falls Holcomb, Kevin BS1981 Brooklyn Schriever, Joel BS1989 Cedarburg Drees, Kirk BS1981 Chetek Nizzi, Charles BS1974 Chilton Harms, Ross BS1990 Cuba City Enz, Daniel PhD2009 Timmerman, Emily BS2000 De Forest Brill, Gary BS1990 Delafield Dakovich, Robert BS1982 Rigsby, Timothy BS1983 Franksville Kress, Jacob BS2006 Germantown Sonnenberg, Bradley MS1996 Grafton Fields, Kim BS1976 Green Bay Mattison, Todd BS1982 Greendale Murray, Patrick BS1977 Hartland Jorgensen, Craig BS1987 Holmen Hanson, Daniel BS1982 Hortonville Miller, Anthony BS1994 Hudson Morse, Mark BS1978

Janesville Reinke, Robert LaCrosse Webb, James Lake Geneva Narayanan, Vijay Madison Boettcher, Michael Carpenter, Michael Coluccy, Michael Dedolph, Carter Marks, Gregory Prior, Wayne Sievers, Ryan McFarland Cortesio, Jeremy Menomonee Falls Stueland, Joel Mequon DeYoung, Scott Middleton Zutz, Aaron Milwaukee Dahlman, Joseph Monona Gries, Brandon Onalaska Ford, Dennis Oshkosh Martin, Julie Prescott Kuehni, Rose Marie Teeters, Brian Reedsburg Palmer, Bradley Ripon Bickert, Roderick Sheboygan Bush, Alan St. Croix Falls Carrigan, Scott Verona Sprecher, Jacob Waukesha Roeglin, Justin Wausau Meyer, Brad Wauwatosa Mootrey, Wade

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BS1980 BS1973 BS1999 BS2005 BS1981 BS1984 MS1996 BS1986 BS1980 BS2010 BS1999 BS1997 BS2001 MS2010 BS1970 BS2007 BS1982 BS2003 BS1996 BS1999 BS1981

WYOMING Cody Boring, Gary Gillette Collins, Edward Jackson Kerr, Sarah

BS1986 BS1970 BS1982

AUSTRALIA QLD Mlady, Joseph

BS1975

BOLIVIA Schrupp-Rivero, Rolando BS2002 CANADA Calgary Ansari, Shakil Ontario Mbapanza, Ibrahime Seifert, Stephen Thompson, Scott COSTA RICA Santa Ana Shisler, Isaac EGYPT Elmisalami, Tarek Ward, Adam GERMANY Ehmer, Judith

BS1994 BS2001 BS1971 BS1982

BS1976

MS2001 PhD 2001 BS2007

BS2000

BS1980 BS1979 BS1995 BS2012

HONDURAS Recarte, Guilleruno MS1991 HONG KONG Ho, Steve Pang, Kwok-Chu Robinson, James

BS1982 BS1996 BS1977

INDIA Bisani, Mayur

MS2007

INDONESIA Ghozi, Azmi Halim, Djohan

BS1999 BS1991

BS2011 BS2010 BS2012


Prasetyo, Ananto

BS2003

IRAN Tehran Ghafghazi, Abolghassem BS1983 JORDAN Amman Kanaan, Hamdi MALAYSIA Johor Tan, Kok Negeri Sembilan Ong, Nai Sarawak Teo, Clement Teo, Khing Perak Chong, Hock Selangor Kau, Chee Lim, Ki MAURITUS Seeboo, Asish

BS1986 BS1983 BS1983 BS1983 BS1987 BS1990 BS1988

MS2008

PhD2004 MS1989

NETHERLANDS Amsterdam Bridger, Robert

BS1985

NIGERIA Abubakar, Aliyu

BS1979

MS1992 PhD 1996

UNITED ARABEMIRATES Al-Hammadi, Ahmed MS1998

BS1983

MEXICO Canales, Augusto Moreno, Carlos

OMAN Salalah Al-Ojaili, Ammar Sur Almaawali, Said

Sonmez, Rifat

BS1996 BS1997

THAILAND Bangkok Eamsherangkul, Hudsadin BS2000 TURKEY 145


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