N. William Atwater, B.S. ’56, M.S. ’62, Stevens Institute of Technology

Former President and CEO, Foster Wheeler International. BOT, Hunterdon Healthcare System; Raritan Valley Community College Foundation; Advisory Board Member, Montclair State University School of Business.

Sam Berkow, M.E.E. ’88, Stevens Institute of Technology

Founding member of SIA Acoustics and SIA Software Co, Inc. Creator of SIA-SMAART acoustic measurement and sound system software. Acoustical designer of Jazz at Lincoln Center and Dennis Riese Studio at Clive Davis School, NYU. Adjunct Professor of Music and Technology, NYU.

Ronald F. Bosco, B.E.E. ’72, Stevens Institute of Technology

President and CEO, Federal Engineering, Inc., Washington, D.C.

David Farber, Ph.D., M.E., B.E. ’56, Stevens Institute of Technology

Distinguished Career Professor of Computer Science and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University; Prior appointments, University of Pennsylvania; UC-Davis, Wharton School of Business; Storied career at Bell Labs, Rand Corporation, and Scientific Data Systems. Chief Technologist, FCC, 2000-2001; Adjunct Distinguished Professor, CAL.

Joseph J. Garvey, Esq. B.E. ’71, Stevens Institute of Technology

J.D. Catholic University School of Law; Partner, Garvey, Ballou, & Rogalski, P.C. Stevens Trustee.

Tom Huhn, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair, BFA Visual and Critical Studies, Professor of Aesthetics, School of Visual Arts, NYC.

Jack Irving, BSME, MBA

Former General Manager and V.P., Lockheed Martin. Member, Stevens School of Systems and Enterprises Advisory Board.

Sheila Jasanoff, Ph.D.

Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Director of the Program on Science, Technology, & Society. Founding chair of the Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University.

John P. McCaskey, BSEE, MSEE, MBA, Ph.D.

Co-founder of Epiphany, Inc. Co-inventor on four US patents. Currently lecturer in History and Philosophy of Science and in Ethics in Society at Stanford University.

John Poppo, B.S.

Award-winning Producer, Engineer, Mixer/Remixer, Arranger & Musician. Trustee NARAS, and The Recording Academy.

Richard Reeves, M.E., ’60, Stevens Institute of Technology

Award-winning author, journalist, and syndicated columnist. Currently Senior Lecturer, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California.

Andrew C. Revkin, B.S., M.A.

Senior science writer for New York Times (1995-2009). Currently senior fellow Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies. Former senior editor Discover Magazine and Science Digest.

Mark Schubin, C.E., ’71, Stevens Institute of Technology

Engineer-in-Charge, The Metropolitan Opera. Recipient of multiple Emmy Awards for achievements in media. Internationally renowned author and expert in the history and development of media technology.

James M. Walsh, B.S. ’69 Stevens Institute of Technology, MS ’71, MBA

Managing Principal, Walsh Advisors, LLC. Board of Trustees, Stevens.