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For more than a century, CCNY engineering alumni and faculty have gone on to change the world. Here are just a few of their stories.

GILDA BARABINO, DEAN OF GROVE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

First African American Woman Dean of non-HBCU Engineering School

JOSEPH BARBA ’75 EE, ’77, PhD ’81

Alumnus, Professor, Dean, Mentor, Role Model

MILOVAN BLAIR ’90 EE

Quintessential Grove Student, Quintessential Achiever

JOEL S. ENGEL ’57 EE

Architect of Cell Phone System Technology

CECILE FROEHLICH

Pioneering Woman Engineer and Educator

LESTER GERHARDT ’61 EE

Visionary Who Helped Put Men on the Moon

ANDREW GROVE

Innovator, Father of the Information Age

GEORGE WASHINGTON GOETHALS -- CCNY Engineering Student 1872-1875

He Joined Two Oceans, and Revolutionized Travel and Trade

DANIEL SAUL GOLDIN ’62EE

Faster, Better, Cheaper – This Time in Space

ROBERT E. KAHN ’60 EE

Co-Creator of the Fundamental Communications Protocols of the Internet

HARVEY KAYLIE ’60 EE

Microwave Legend Who Believed in Giving Back

LEONARD KLEINROCK ’57 EE

Internet Hall of Famer

SEYMOUR MOSKOWITZ ’54 ME

Specialist in Counter-Terrorism and Defense

NEVILLE A PARKER ’65 BE

International Transportation Expert Determined to Diversify Field

MARVIN SAMBUR ’68 EE

Put Defense Industry Expertise to Work for U.S. Government After 9/11

DOROTHY SCHNABEL ’54 EE

Engineering Role Model and Code-Cracker

ARNOLD STANCELL ’58 ChE

Senior Executive at Mobil Named Black Engineer of the Year

DAVID STEINMAN ’CCNY 1906

Bridge Builder Extraordinaire Founder of the American Association of Engineers

SHELDON WEINBAUM

Lifelong Advocate for Women and Minorities and Internationally Renowned Professor of Biomedical Engineering