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Monthly Archives: September 2011

2011 Hall of Fame Inductee: Roy F. Weston, PhD, PE, DEE

More than 50 years ago, Roy F. Weston began translating a societal imperative — addressing the environmental threat to the global quality of life — into a business challenge. He combined a wealth of philosophical foresight with an entrepreneurial fervor that pioneered the environmental services industry. Environmental Statesmanship – An honorary degree in 1981 from […]

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2011 Hall of Fame Inductee: Joseph Bordogna, PhD

Dr. Joseph Bordogna is an Alfred Fitler Moore Professor and a Dean Emeritus of the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania.  He also served as the Director of The Moore School of Electrical Engineering and the Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Dr. Bordogna has made contributions […]

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2011 Young Engineer of the Year: Angela Fante, PE, LEED AP

Angela Fante is an Associate with Ballinger, and the Structural Group Manager.  I have been with Ballinger since graduation in August of 2000.  She is responsible for the schematic planning through construction adminstration structural engineering of health care, academic, and corporate projects and my current clients include Merck, the Johns Hopkins University, Virginia Commonwealth University, […]

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2011 Engineer of the Year: Douglas Kriebel, PE

Engineer of the Year for 2011, Douglas Kriebel, PE, sums up the engineer’s role in society in just a few words – they make things better.  With over forty years of experience in the ever-evolving field of chemical engineering, Kriebel proudly declares that engineers improve the quality of life, health and well being of the […]

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