E&S Foundation Board

The Engineering and Science Foundation Board supports the activities and programs of the College, serves as an advisory committee to the Dean, secures funds to meet the College’s needs and coordinates efforts with the University Foundation.

The Board consists of Directors, Associate Directors (less than five years out of school), leaders of program advisory boards, and Life Directors. Officers are elected from the Director membership. Directors are selected from recommendations of various sources. Anyone may suggest a Director, and suggestions are welcome.


Roger Danzy (Mechanical Engineering ‘71)

Kimberly McDaniel (Civil Engineering ‘03)

Janine Svigel Lotz (Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering ‘78)
Past President

Life Directors

William “Billy” Brown (Civil Engineering ‘75)
John Dailey, Jr. (Mechanical Engineering ‘43)
Travis DeFreese (Electrical Engineering ‘54)
Bruce deLeon (Computer Science ‘69)
Tommy Folk (Civil Engineering ‘69)
Ronald Harrell (Petroleum Engineering ‘57)
Earl Hogan (Civil Engineering ‘42)
A.C. Hollins, Jr. (Construction Engineering Technology ‘72)
Mike Kern (Chemical Engineering ‘71)
Jerry Lazenby (Civil Engineering ‘65)
John “Billy” Moore (Civil Engineering ‘72)
John Morris (Electrical Engineering ‘68)
Virgil Orr (Chemical Engineering ‘44)
Tim Petrus (Electrical Engineering ‘76)
Tom Singletary (Mathematics ‘68)
Thomas Smith (Industrial Engineering ‘65)
Gene Trammell (Mechanical Engineering ‘78)
Jim Wyche (Chemical Engineering ’57)


Frank Auer (Petroleum Engineering ’73)

Bill Bailey (Electrical Engineering ’87)

Mike Burrow (Mechanical Engineering ’69)

Elizabeth Lawson Burton (Civil Engineering ’98)

Sam Costanza (Industrial Engineering ’03)

Lt. Gen Robert “Bob” Elder, USAF (Ret)

Kristie Grinnell, Global Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Supply Chain, GDIT

Stephen Guion (Biomedical Engineering ’96)

Sydney Hughes (Chemical Engineering ’12)

Thomas “Tom” Muse (Chemical Engineering B.S.,’59, M.S. ‘65)

Hilton Nicholson (Electrical Engineering ’80)

David Rentrop (Chemical Engineering ’78)

A. Malcolm Smoak (Electrical Engineering ’84)

Elizabeth Taylor (Industrial Engineering ’01)

Ray Weaver (Geology ’77)

Chad Williams (Chemical Engineering ’79 and Petroleum Engineering ’80)

Associate Directors

Warren Clardy (Chemical Engineering ’16)

Caroline Fontenot (Cyber Engineering ’18)

Kelly Houghton (Biomedical Engineering ’18)

Faculty Representative

Dr. Krystal Corbett (Mechanical Engineering ‘08)