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C. Gordon Bell
Continuing achievements in computer design
Microsoft Corporation Computing

Carl Djerassi
Developer of hormone-based insect control
Stanford University Chemistry and Physics

Charles R. Reed
Going beyond inventing
General Electric Co. Globalization and Commerce

F. Kenneth Iverson
Making innovative steel "mini-mills" a reality
Nucor Inc. Globalization and Commerce

Frederick M. Jones and Joseph A. Numero
Development of refrigeration technology for transportation
Thermo King, a subsidiary of Westinghouse Electric Corporation Chemistry and Physics

Geoffrey Boothroyd and Peter Dewhurst
Developed design for manufacture and assembly (DFMA)
University of Rhode Island Globalization and Commerce

Grace Murray Hopper
Inventor of the first modern computer language
Computing

James J. Duderstadt
Excellence in engineering education and commerce
University of Michigan Globalization and Commerce

John Cocke
Inventor of reduced instruction set computer (RISC) architecture
International Business Machines Corp. Computing

John Paul Stapp
Originator of biodynamics and modern crash safety
U.S. Air Force (Ret.)/Space Center Aerospace and Aviation

Robert W. Galvin
Leadership and technological innovation in electronics
Motorola Incorporated Computing

Stephen D. Bechtel, Jr.
Outstanding leadership in the engineering profession
Bechtel Group, Inc. Globalization and Commerce

The Pegasus Team: David W. Thompson, Antonio L. Elias, David S. Hollingsworth, Robert R. Lovell
Developers of the first commercial space launch vehicle
Orbital Sciences Corporation and Hercules, Inc. Aerospace and Aviation



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