In Germany, the book was burned; in India, Ghandi called it his favorite. ENGINEERING JANE CAHILL PFEIFFER She first received national attention in 1972 as NBCâs first woman floor reporter covering national presidential conventionsâcoverage that helped the network win an Emmy award. CRIMINOLOGY & CRIMINAL JUSTICE Renaldo Nehemiah is known around the world for his record-setting track and field performances and his years with the Super Bowl Champion San Francisco 49ers. 1940 Choose a Hall Of Fame Member: Christy Winters. With his doctorate in hand, Adisai Bodharamik set about creating several telecommunications companies in his native Thailand during the 1970s. Critics have described soprano Carmen Balthropâs voice as âpure silver.â She debuted with the Metropolitan Opera as Pamina in Die ZauberflÃ¶te by Mozart, and has performed throughout North America, Europe, Russia and the Far East. She was named the outstanding alumna of the year in 1988 by the College of Education and received the Tyser Gottwals alumni award in addition to numerous honors and citations for community service. INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. 1 in Washington, D.C., 20 timesâtwice they went undefeated. He ended his 42-year career at Maryland in 1964 as dean of men and director of student activities. (Hon.) ENGINEERING Since then, he has personally initiated UMUC programs throughout the world, where no adult and continuing education programs previously existed. All IHOF Inductees Nominate an Innovator Today His generosity extended to the arts, Jewish causes and other academic institutions as well. 1940 Sponsored by the Maryland Department of Agriculture, the Governorâs Agriculture Hall of Fame was created in 1991 by then Governor William Donald Schaefer to honor agricultural leaders who exemplify high standards of achievement and commitment to the industry and their communities. 1996 He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and has received numerous awards, including the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal and the 2007 Presidentâs Distinguished Alumnus Award at the University of Maryland. Under his administration, Maryland launched a program to save the Chesapeake Bay and he restored integrity in the state government. His innovations in wireless technologies, optical networking systems, computer design, nuclear engineering, satellite systems and data communications were hallmarks of his career. B.S. 1978 In 1956, the Maryland Hall of Fame inducted its first class of âall-stars,â which included the baseball greats Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, and Frank âHome Runâ Baker. 1967, Ed.D. Catherine P."Cassie" Mackin* A. James Clark began as a field engineer with the Washington-based George Hyman Construction Company in 1950. Sandler wrote extensively and gave more than 2,500 presentations, helping countless institutions and individuals to develop better policies, practices and strategies for improving equity. CHARLES THOMAS âTOMâ MCMILLEN Maryland Colleges and Universities Representation in College Football Hall of Fame Contact Information: UMES Foundation Hawks For Football, Inc. (Hon.) 1969 INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. Cole Field House was named in his honor in 1956. He was named president of his alma mater, Prairie View A&M University, in 1989, and in 1996 took over as superintendent of public schools in Washington, D.C. An active Maryland alumnus, Becton received the 2008 Presidentâs Distinguished Alumnus Award and continues to engage in many volunteer efforts. CARMEN BALTHROP Hall of Fame Members Hall of Fame Nomination Form Alma Mater Daniel Lyman Rideout, Sr. Munro Leaf, author and illustrator of dozens of childrenâs books, is best remembered for âThe Story of Ferdinand,â named for its signature character, the Spanish bull who preferred smelling flowers to fighting matadors. INDUCTED JUNE 10, 2000. Clark, a former member of the universityâs Board of Regents, generously contributed time and financial resources to his alma mater. AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES Send updates to Baseball Almanac. Between 1978 and 1982, he was the worldâs No. B.A. After graduation, Smith began working with his fatherâs business, the Charles E. Smith Companies, which merged with two national Real Estate Investment Trusts. CHEMICAL & LIFE SCIENCES BUSINESS Science magazine recognized this success as the 2003 Breakthrough of the Year. INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. Respected around the world, he received many awards, including Franceâs highest honor, the Legion of Honor, and Italy's top civilian honor, the National Order of Merit. INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. MYLO S. DOWNEY* As a Michigan judge, she served 12 years on the Probate and Juvenile Court, drafting legislation that created the stateâs Childrenâs Protective Services and Office of Youth Services. ARTS & HUMANITIES He led the Terps to nine national championships, eight ACC titles and 249 victories. In the decades after graduation, Hensonâs creations performed for a global audience on televisionâs The university gave him an honorary doctorate in 1917. 1970 1923, M.S. 301.405.4678 / 800.336.8627, National Medal of Technology and Innovation, 2015 Materials for Industry-Derek Birchall Award. Kathleen Magee serves as president of Operation Smile on a full-time, volunteer basis and is a lifetime member of the Board of Directors. He was a three-time All-American Athlete and played on the 1972 U.S. Olympic basketball ream. Each year, the nominating and voting process takes place from January through April. After leaving First Boston, he moved into academia and became dean of the Simon Graduate School at the University of Rochester. J. Gary Eden J. Gary Eden, a recipient of the B.S. B.S. Dr. Ehensberger recognized the need for higher education for American service members stationed overseas. (Hon.) Bill Sento, Loyola University Maryland's all-time winningest men's soccer coach, passed away Monday. Burnside has served as a trustee of the University of Maryland, College Park Foundation. B.A. Marks has held named lectureships and visiting professorships at universities from British Columbia to Israel. Raymond Davis served with the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II and spent two years in private industry before joining the Brookhaven National Laboratories in 1948. In 2008, he was elected chairman of the University of Maryland College Park Foundation Board of Trustees, and also serves as a board member of the University System of Maryland Foundation. He has earned more than 140 awards for design excellence. Inducted June 5, 2015. J. Gary Eden Inducted Into Innovation Hall of Fame. 1917 1964 Today, Fischell holds some 200 U.S. and international patents. When heâs not writing or teaching on campus, Olmert can be found giving public lectures or guiding tours in England and Europe. 1960, D.F.A. Carly Fiorina earned an undergraduate degree in medieval history and philosophy, spent a semester in law school and taught English in Italy before coming to the University of Maryland for her MBA. B.A. He served on the Board of Regents from 1999-2003. Our educational curriculum provides a broad range of courses including introductory AI, automated planning, cognitive modeling, commonsense reasoning, evolutionary computation, game theory, machine learning, multi-agent systems, â¦ The Maryland State â¦ Leaving his mark on his alma mater, Downey established the University of Maryland Agricultural Scholarship Fund. It was established in 1985 by the Maryland Commission for Women and the Women Legislators of Maryland. Inducted June 5, 2015. Bernice Resnick Sandler, an extraordinary advocate for equal rights for women and girls in education and the workplace, is known as the godmother of Title IX. Cole was elected to the U.S. Congress in 1927, serving until 1929, then again from 1931 to 1942, when he was appointed to a U.S. Customs Court judgeship. In 1976, she took over the âNBC Sunday Nightly Newsâ as the first woman to regularly anchor an evening newscast solo. Ph.D. 1961 B.A. Jim Henson introduced Washington, D.C., to "muppets" (his amalgam of marionette and puppet) on WRC-TVâs "Sam and Friends" in 1955 during his freshman year at Maryland. Judith Resnik joined Americaâs astronaut program in 1978, a year after receiving her doctorate in electrical engineering from Maryland. To Thee, Dear Alma Mater, We raise Alumni House One Backbone Road Princess Anne, MD 21853 Tel: 410-603-9670 Fax: 410-651-6529 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org M.A. Under his leadership, the university became one of the largest in the country, both in size and student population. Today, he is professor emeritus in the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at Maryland. He helped establish the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines in 1959 and led a team of scientists in developing new varieties of rice that tripled harvests. 1976 The Universities at Shady Grove (USG) hosted the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame (MCBHOF) on October 24, 2017. Following Broadway, she produced several successful television series. 1978. In 1990, then Director of Athletics Dr. Charles Brown created The Annual Hall of Fame Dinner, where past Hall of Famers can welcome new entrants. THE HONORABLE HARRY R. HUGHES Additionally, he is a past trustee and chairman of the University of Maryland College Park Foundation and was a co-chair of the Great Expectations campaign for the university. INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. Due to losses from enemy mortar fire and fear of large enemy concentrations, Norris set out the third day with only one Vietnamese team member. We encourage all students, teachers and the general public to stop by the hall, and especially to attend an annual induction ceremony and The Charles and Helen White Symposium. THE HONORABLE MARY STALLINGS COLEMAN 1985 Berman was named one of Fortuneâs â50 Most Powerful Women in American Businessâ and â100 Most Powerful Women in the World.â, ADISAI BODHARAMIK INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. 1924 Since 1995, the University of Maryland Alumni Association has inducted 68 distinguished alumni into the Alumni Hall of Fame. He has received scores of awards, most recently, the 2015 Materials for Industry-Derek Birchall Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry for his pioneering work on the industrial application of new organic, inorganic and hybrid materials for electronics and photonics. Between the 1993Ââ94 and 2003â04 seasons, Williams took the Terps to 11 consecutive NCAA tournaments, winning the 2002 national title and that yearâs ACC Coach of the Year Award. EDUCATION Ph.D. 1934, D.Sc. 1970 Mylo Downey devoted his life to encouraging rural youth to pursue their educational opportunities. 1938, M.S. As an undergraduate, Mary Stallings Coleman was the universityâs first Miss Maryland, singled out for her community service. 1949 An All-American quarterback, Esiason set 17 school records for passing and total offense. Lerman has received commissions from the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center and BalletMet. He raised awareness of issues related to civil, prisonersâ and labor rights through his nationally syndicated column, âAlong the Color Line,â first published in 1976. Geary âSwedeâ Eppley arrived as a Maryland freshman in 1914. Inventor of the Year Award in 1984. 1990 In an effort to expand the online Alumni Hall of Fame, if you would like to nominate a UMD CS alumnus or alumna to be highlighted on these pages, please send an email to the chair's office (email@example.com) and to Professor Ashok Agrawala (firstname.lastname@example.org). Ph.D. 1977 Mathematician George Dantzig formulated the general linear-programming problem and invented the simplex method for solving it. 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Previously, she had worked as an engineer at RCA and the Xerox Corporation and studied the physiology of human sight at the National Institutes of Health. JIM HENSON The Naismith Foundation named him Coach of the Century in 2000, the same year it inducted him into the Basketball Hall of Fame. The LeFrak organization has pursued global gas and oil exploration, international financing, and publishing and entertainment ventures. The linebacker was inducted into the University of Maryland's Hall of Fame in 2016. In 1965, Kuhn was appointed vice president at both locations then chancellor, serving at Baltimore County through 1971 and at the city campuses through 1979. LESTER R. BROWN Sixteen individuals will be inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame during a special ceremony to be held on Friday, October 2, 2020 at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Helms Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame; Trained a National Championship football team in 1953; Four top ten football teams in five years as he helped open Byrd Stadium; Head Trainer 1960 Olympics, â¦ Since 1995, the University of Maryland Alumni Association has inducted 68 distinguished alumni into the Alumni Hall of Fame. During World War II, Carlisle Humelsine reached the rank of full colonel at 29, earning the Distinguished Service Medal and the Bronze Star. RAYMOND DAVIS JR. Mackin later moved to ABC, where she continued to cover presidential campaigns and won another Emmy. Four years after graduating with a history degree, Larry David began his stand-up comedy career, developing a reputation as the âcomicâs comicâ on stage while building an extensive list of credits on the big and small screens. In 2004, his Terps won the ACC championship. JUDITH A. RESNIK 1927 1967 In 2011, he was awarded the Presidentâs Distinguished Alumnus Award. Baltimore, Md. The university honored her with the 1993 Presidentâs Distinguished Alumnus Award, and in 2003 Davis endowed the Ruth M. Davis Professorship in Mathematics in the College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences. She died in 2012. INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. As an undergraduate business major, Gary Williams played point guard for the Terps. Both director and faculty chairman of athletics, he helped found the Atlantic Coast Conference and was its first president. B.S. Skinner served on the Board of Regents from 1923 to 1941, seven of those years as chair. M.A. 1951, D.F.A. At 22, he was named full professor at the University of Chicagoâthe youngest in that institution's history. He died in 2015. INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. LEONARD J. ELMORE (Hon.) Mr. Howes, known to his family and friends as Wilson, was born in Baltimore and graduated from Richard Montgomery High School in 1947. He was the lead House sponsor of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990 and the Help America Vote Act in 2002. In 1982, he consolidated his various enterprises under the name Jasmine International Group. All-Americans. THE HONORABLE STENY H. HOYER Former ME student Tim Sweeney, founder and CEO of Epic Games, has been inducted into the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) Hall of Fame. Lt. Gen. Julius W. Becton Jr. Each of the Hall of Fame members has given something to societyâeducating, entertaining, serving and defending us. (Hon.) He received many awards for his work, including the John F. Kennedy Peace Award; numerous honorary doctorates; and recognition from scores of civic institutions, foreign governments and the United Nations. Parker inspired a significant improvement in wine quality and renewed interest in wine and wine making. His leadership role in the telecommunications industry served as a springboard to public service in the Thai government, where he has held senatorship and numerous ministerial positions: minister to the prime ministerâs office in charge of tourism, minister of commerce and minister of education. In 1995, the Maryland Alumni Association named him Outstanding International Alumnus of the Year. COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL & PHYSICAL SCIENCES Norman âBoomerâ Esiason presided over a golden era in Terrapins football, leading his team to the ACC title and the Citrus Bowl in 1983. He received many awards, including the 1987 United Nations Environment Prize, Japan's Blue Planet Prize and the 2009 Lindbergh Award. INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. B.A. INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. Choose a Hall Of Fame Member: Alfred Wyre. Tobin Marks, the Vladimir N. Ipatieff Professor of Catalytic Chemistry, has been teaching at Northwestern University since 1970. Franklin has headed Oregon State Universityâs Department of Journalism and the University of Oregonâs creative nonfiction and creative writing programs. Cassie Mackin, who made her mark in national political coverage, was a pioneering female journalist in U.S. network broadcasting. 1926, M.S. As a Michigan judge, she served 12 years on the Probate and Juvenile Court, drafting legislation that created the stateâs Childrenâs Protective Services and Office of Youth Services. INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. Parren Mitchell spent a lifetime battling inequities. The class consists of four former student-athletes â¦ BUSINESS His work as a leading scientist on NASAâs Background Explorer mission resulted in the first detection of tiny fluctuations in the afterglow radiation from the Big Bang. Individuals are nominated in four distinct categories: players, coaches, contributors, or officials. 1979 In many performances, she invites young and old, experienced and novice to express themselves through movement. M.S. B.S. 1976 1937 Cliff Kendall has been recognized for his success in business and his involvement in broader economic development issues, as well as for his strong support of higher education. INDUCTED JUNE 5, 2010. INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. On Saturday, June 4, 2005, in a ceremony that occurs only once every five years, the Maryland Alumni Association bestowed its highest honor on a third Hall of Fame Class, the first to be inducted in the new Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center. MICHAEL OLMERT As a lieutenant in the U.S. Navyâs elite SEAL commando unit during the Vietnam War, Tom Norris took his five-man team deep into enemy territory in search of two downed Air Force fliers, finding only one. TOBIN J. ARTS & HUMANITIES He also appointed more women and minority citizens to the judiciary and key government posts than any previous governor. (Hon.) INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. During a career that started with tomato farming in New Jersey, he authored or co-authored some 50 books, including âPlan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization.â Widely published, his books have appeared in more than 40 languages. Even today, Ferdinand continues to charm children around the worldâthe story has been translated into over 60 languages. 1966, MBA 1967 The official Hall of Fame for the Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds B.S. He was awarded Marylandâs Rachel Carson Award in 1981 for his efforts to preserve the Chesapeake Bay and its environment. B.S. 1987 He chairs the National Foundation on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition and leads the Division 1A Athletic Directorsâ Association. Williams stepped down after the 2010â11 season, and is now senior managing director for alumni relations and athletic development at the university. THE HONORABLE THOMAS V. "MIKE" MILLER JR. As Fox Broadcasting Companyâs president of entertainment, she developed such hit series as âAmerican Idol,â â24â and House. B.S. In 1988, she helped the University System of Maryland manage the formation of the University of Maryland College Park Alumni Association, which honored her with its 1997 Ralph J. Tyser Medallion in recognition of her service to the university and the association. Jon Franklin served in the U.S. Navy between 1959 and 1967, including five years writing for All Hands Magazine. CHARLES L. FEFFERMAN During the Green Revolution of the 1960s and 1970s, world food production increased substantially, thanks in part to Robert Chandler. 1959, LL.D. Their efforts are fearless, bold and innovative, proudly showing the world what it means to be a Terp. By solving a problem that had perplexed chemists for 40 years, the pair enabled researchers to design new drugs for heart disease, cancer and high blood pressure. CHEMICAL & LIFE SCIENCES After graduation, he held positions at NASA, Princeton University and Purdue University, before returning to Taiwan in 1971 to become a professor of physics and later president at the National Tsing-Hua University. ARTS & HUMANITIES Three of his Discovery Channel documentaries have won Emmy Awards, televisionâs highest tribute. Jack Schofield, Hall of Fame lacrosse player at St. Maryâs and University of Maryland, dies at age 76. B.A. He went on to develop the BX Velocity Stent, a device that helps to prevent blocked arteries. After graduating from Maryland, George Laurer joined IBM as a junior engineer and worked up the ranks to senior engineer. Bodharamik has been a special lecturer at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Shmuel Peleg . The Official Site Of The Notre Dame Of Maryland University Gators. Brown is a MacArthur Fellow with 24 honorary degrees. The Maryland Entertainment Hall of Fame honors individuals and groups who have made significate contributions to the history of entertainment in the state of Maryland. CARLISLE H. HUMELSINE WILLIAM WOOLFORD SKINNER* The Philip R. Rever Alumni Hall of Fame is located in the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center at the University of Maryland campus. 1966, D.Sc. The MCBHOF, founded by Grossberg Company LLP and Revere Bank (successor to Monument Bank), is a celebration of individuals who have made a significant impact in the Montgomery County business community. Later, at the Rockefeller Institute, he developed the optical rotatory dispersion method for studying organic molecules. In 1920, while speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, he introduced legislation merging the Maryland Agricultural College with the professional schools in Baltimore, creating the modern University of Maryland. 1963, D.P.S. INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. Governor Larry Hogan was â¦ He earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery. A highly decorated Army veteran, Lt. Gen. Julius Becton served over 35 years in the military, including tours during the Korean and Vietnam wars. FLORENT âFLO" GROBERG '06 After graduation from Maryland, William P. Cole studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1912. HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN INDUCTION JUNE 4, 2005. In 1934 he joined the faculty of Penn State University, where he developed a chemical synthetic technique called the Marker Degradation. She also is co-chair of the Wilson National Cabinet at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and a member of the Overseas Schools Advisory Council at the U.S. State Department. Professor of Mathematics at Princeton. (Hon.) Pfeiffer was the first female recipient of a prestigious White House Fellowship in 1966. BUSINESS He currently serves on the University of Maryland College Park Foundation board, the Wesley Theological Seminary Board of Governors and the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. Len Bias was inducted into the University of Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014. GEORGE B. DANTZIG* He returned to Princeton in 1974 and in 1978, he became the youngest recipient of the prestigious Fields Prize, mathematicsâ equivalent of the Nobel. He then joined The Baltimore Evening Sun as science writer, winning Pulitzer Prizes in 1979 and 1985. 1927, Ph.D. 1937 Sergey Brin, Co-founder and President of Technology at Google, Inc., received a Bachelor of Science Degree with honors in mathematics and computer science from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1993. Today, David plays himself in HBOâs critically acclaimed, Curb Your Enthusiasm. THOMAS R. NORRIS This spawned the growth of the hormone industry worldwide. The Jim Henson Statue and Memorial Garden are gifts of the classes of 1994, 1998 and 1999. Alumni Hall Of Fame. The class will be inducted on Feb. 28, 2020 as part of the University's Homecoming week. He also served as chair of the board of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars from 2002â13. For her work, she has earned a MacArthur fellowship, an American Choreographer Award and the American Dance Guild Lifetime Achievement Award,, among many others. For their work, they won the 1985 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He has written for screen, stage and print, while spending 25 years as a lecturer in Marylandâs Department of English. Alma Gross Gildenhorn UMBC Hall of Fame The UMBC Athletic Hall of Fame was instituted in 1970âs, and has grown to include 129 members. Sweeney, a native of Potomac, MD, is responsible for a number of important gaming innovations, including the â¦ Dissertation: Ambiguity reduction in probabilistic networks . BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES While winning 1,274 games from 1956â2002, Woottenâs teams finished No. One of the first to study the impact of agricultural chemicals on water quality, Skinner chaired a committee studying the effects of pollution on the Potomac Riverâs and Chesapeake Bayâs oyster production in 1910. After retiring in 1963, Faber continued to support his alma mater. He is chairman and CEO of the investment firm Washington Capital Advisors. M.S. Lester will be posthumously inducted into the Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 18. Capital investment by new and expanding businesses averaged $1 billion a year, while unemployment remained below the national average. INDUCTED APRIL 22, 1995. ADELE HAGNER STAMP* B.S. 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