Engineering alumni society announces new board members

Kathy Andrusisin
June 28, 2013

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Penn State Engineering Alumni Society (PSEAS) has announced five new board members.

Each member of the board of directors will serve a three-year term from 2013 through 2016.

The new board members are:

-- Ned Brokloff, chief scientist strategic systems at Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory. Brokloff received his bachelor's in engineering science in 1982.

-- Jonathan Dougherty, director of the Corporate Knowledge Center at James G. Davis Construction Corp. Dougherty received his bachelor's and doctorate in architectural engineering in 1999 and 2006, respectively.

-- Dean Lippold, vice president of research and development at Dean Foods. Lippold is a 1991 chemical engineering graduate.

-- Michael McGinley, first vice president at BNY Mellon N.A. McGinley is a 1973 civil engineering graduate.

-- Casey Moore, vice president and principal of McMahon Associates Inc. Moore is a 1989 civil engineering graduate.

The mission of the Penn State Engineering Alumni Society is to connect engineering alumni to the College of Engineering, to one another and provide valued programs that further the college's mission of teaching, research and service. The society is governed by a board of directors that includes officers and the chairs of the department Alumni Affiliate Program Groups.

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Last Updated July 03, 2013