Distinguished Engineers: Present, Future, & Past

The St. Louis Today is reporting that Gregg D. Scheller, MO A ’79, has been named “as one of this year’s recipients of the Missouri Honor Award for his distinguished service in engineering” by the University of Missouri College of Engineering. He earned his mechanical engineering degree from Mizzou in 1979. Scheller is currently founder and chairman of Katalyst Surgical, LLC. For more biographical information, read the article


Tau Beta Pi member and Stanford University research engineer Jessica DeMarre Assay, OR G 2005, maintains a blog for “everyday science for families with young children.” The Nerdy Science blog has science related activities and updates with ways to get children involved with math and science. Check it out!


Harry E. Lockery, CT A ’49, a prominent engineer and manager died in Massachusetts at the age of 84. He held more than 35 patents and is responsible for “the first onboard weighing system for large commercial aircraft.” He started two successful engineering companies and received the prestigious Technical Excellence Award of International Society for Weighing and Measurement in 1994.

In addition Lockery was a Connecticut State Interscholastic Spring Board Diving Champion and in college he was named All-American, Springboard Diving, National Amateur Athletic Union (1946) and was a cheerleader for Yale. Click here for the full obituary



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