Dr. William Raduchel

William Raduchel
  • BS Economics 1967
William J. Raduchel, a native of the Keweenaw, attended Michigan Tech before earning a bachelor's degree in economics from Michigan State University and both a master's and doctoral degree in economics from Harvard University.

He has served as senior vice president of market development and chief scientist for McGraw Hill, Inc., and vice president for document systems, Strategic Business Office, at Xerox Corp. In 1988, he joined Sun Microsystems, where, over the course of eleven years, he was chief information officer, chief financial officer, acting vice president of human resources, and vice president of corporate planning and development. In 1999, Dr. Raduchel joined AOL Time Warner, where he is a senior member of the firm's executive team that determines the technology strategy of the combined company.

Dr. Raduchel is a director of Myriad International Holdings and a member of the National Advisory Board for the Salvation Army; the National Academy of Sciences Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy; and the National Academy Committee on Internet Navigation and Domain Name Services. In 2001, he was named chief technology officer of the year by Info World Media Group.


Excerpted from MTU News (4-30-02)