Jonathan P. Adams, 1933
Industrial arts major, Adams served as a dean of Ferris Institute in Michigan, where he created the school of applied science. He was regional director of Manpower Development and Training while with the United States Office of Education and in 1965 he was appointed dean at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan until his retirement in 1973. He was awarded the rank of dean emeritus upon retirement and now serves as an industrial consultant through his own firm, Adams and Associates.
Dale J. Fisher, 1947
Chemistry and physics majors, Fisher is with the U.S. FDA working in medical instrumentation. From 1951-1973, he was with Oak Ridge National Laboratory developing and patenting scientific instruments. He then worked in nuclear medicine in Florida for five years and received his doctorate in analytical chemistry from Indiana University in 1951. In 1969 he received he National American Chemical Society Award in Chemical Instrumentation.
Betty C. Gough, 1942
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
History and international relations majors, Gough is the first vice president of the International Narcotics Control Board which includes thirteen members. She is the only woman and only American. Gough joined the State Department in 1943 and in 1944 was a member of the U.S. delegation to the Dumbarton Oaks Conference in San Francisco which laid post-World War II political structures and the foundation for the United Nations. She served as deputy chief with the United States mission to the United Nations and as the State Department Director in Health and International Narcotics Matters.
Warren Kaeding, 1942
Chemistry and mathematics majors Kaeding is senior scientist of Mobil Chemical Corporation, the highest ranking scientific positions within Mobil Corporation. He earned his master's in chemistry from UCLA in 1949 and a doctorate in organic chemistry in 1951 from University of California-Berkeley. He joined Dow Chemical's research laboratory in 1952 and joined Mobil Chemical's research group in 1965, rising through several positions until his senior scientist ranking.