Gorman Emeriti Brunch
Since 2000, the College of Engineering at the University of Maine began what has become one of our most enjoyable traditions where we celebrate the career of a distinguished emeriti faculty member at the annual Gorman Emeriti Brunch. Our thanks go out to James and Maureen Gorman who have made this event possible through their support.
|2000||Dick Hill (Pajama Party)||Mechanical Engineering|
|2001||Waldo Mac Libbey (Showtime)||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|2002||George Greenwood (Cowboy Roadshow)||Civil & Environmental Engineering|
|2003||Bill Ceckler (Confessions of an Outdoorsman)||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|2004||Jerry Harmon (Physics of Subjective Reality)||Engineering Physics|
|2005||John Lyman(No Jokes Required)||Mechanical Engineering|
|2006||Carleton Brown (Three Ringed Circus)||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|2007||Karl Webster (Super Engineer)||Engineering Technology|
|2008||Wayne Hamilton (First Associate Dean)||Civil & Environmental Engineering|
|2009||Kim Mumme (The Renaissance Man)||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|2010||Paul Camp (World of Ice & Snow)||Engineering Physics|
|2011||Claude Westfall (Professor Fisherman)||Engineering Technology|
|2012||Donald Grant (The Cal Ripken of Academia)||Mechanical Engineering|
|2013||Fred Irons (The Mystery Hour)||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|2014||John Alexander (Canoe Rules)||Civil & Environmental Engineering|
Click on each name above to download/view the booklet for that year.
In 2014, we honored John Alexander, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering on Saturday, October 18 at the Bodwell Lounge,
Collins Center for the Arts from 9am to 11am.
In 2015, the faculty emeritus will be from the department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.