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Roger Aagard (B.S. 1957, M.S. 1959)

My favorite memory is the balloon flights to get data for my Master's. I also remember enjoying Professors George Freier, Huity, E.P. Ney, A.O.C. Nier, and J.R. Winckler. More »

Donald E. Young (Ph.D., Physics, 1959; M.S., Physics/Math, 1951)

I have been married for 60 years to my wife Billie. More »

George Champine (M.S., Physics, 1959; B.S., Physics, 1956)

I am involved in an exciting project with the Harvard Astronomy Department to build the world’s fastest digitizer for astronomy negatives. More »

George A. Champine (M.S., Physics, 1959; B.S., Physics, 1956; Ph.D., Business Administration, 1975)

I volunteer at the Harvard Astronomy Department scanning 500 astronomy plates from 30 telescopes to put on the internet. More »

Raymond J. Kirk (B.S., Physics, 1959; M.S., Electrical Engineering, 1961)

I spent 28 years with Honeywell Systems and Research
Center in Minneapolis working on design and development of avionic
systems, space systems, and weapon systems. More »

William D. Miller (B.S., Physics, 1959)

He worked for thirty years for Unisys. More »

Gerald A. Pattison (B.S., Physics, 1959; M.S., E.E.,1967)

I have been married twice resulting in five children and four grandchildren to date. More »

Champine, George A. (M.S., Physics, 1959; B.S., Physics, 1956; Ph.D., Business Administration, 1975)

I have been married for 52 years. We have three children and seven grandchildren. More »

Kirk, Raymond J. (B.S., Physics, 1959; M.S., Electrical Engineering, 1961)

I have been married for 51 years to my wife Lois. We have two children. More »

Miller, William D. (B.S., Physics, 1959)

He worked for thirty years for Unisys. He spoke a lot about E-days. William passed away on September 4, 2006. (This Class Note submitted by his wife Helen.)


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