Kyle Schwulst Class of 2002 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Kyle Schwulst, founder and CEO of ElectroJet Incorporated in Brighton, Mich., was honored with the Young Alumni award recognizing a graduate who has rendered significant contributions, exhibited outstanding character, or has achieved marked success in such areas as Alumni Service, Human Relations, Civic, Engineering, Entrepreneurial, Management or Outstanding Achievement. Schwulst holds five U.S. patents.
Robert S. Oswald Class of 1964 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Robert S. Oswald is noted for his leadership within the automotive industry since graduating from Kettering/GMI in 1964. He is the chairman and CEO of Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, a manufacturer of air brakes and safety systems. He previously served as chairman, president and CEO of the Robert Bosch Corp. (North American Subsidiary), retiring from the German-based manufacturer in 2000.
Robert H. Yancey Class of 1979 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Robert Yancey became president of Goodrich Corporation Engine Control and Electrical Power Systems in January of 2009. Yancey began his career at Goodrich's Aircraft Wheels and Brakes team in 1980, and has held positions of increasing responsibility and leadership in several Goodrich businesses. He also holds an MBA in International Business from Wright State University in Ohio. More.
Karenann Terrell Class of 1985 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Karenann Terrell, corporate VP and chief information officer for Baxter International Inc., Deerfield, Ill., has global responsibility for information technology supporting all Baxter's businesses worldwide, including manufacturing, science and technology, and supply chain operations. She was most recently VP and CIO-Chrysler Group and Mercedes-Benz North America at DaimlerChrysler Corp., responsible for IT management.