David Maness graduated from Tech in 1975 with a BS in applied geophysics. He went to work with Mobil Oil in Dallas, Houston and Calgary offices and became an exploration superintendent responsible for geological and geophysical interpretations of the Gulf of Mexico region. In 1982 he joined L. Texas Petroleum where he became vice president of Exploration. . . .
Professor Walter Kauppila graduated from Michigan Tech in 1964 with a BS in Physics. He attended graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh, from which he received a PhD in Experimental Atomic Physics. After post-doctoral work at the University of Colorado and a visiting professorship at the University of Missouri-Rolla, he joined the physics department at Wayne . . .
Leonard C. Buckman is president and general manager for Rockwell WABCO Vehicle Control Systems, a joint venture between Rockwell Automotive and American Standard Inc.'s Automotive Product Group. He has held this position since July 1992. Len joined Rockwell in 1977. He lead a highly successful career as chief engineer, director of engineering and product . . .
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