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Don Lancaster '61

July 23, 2013

Don Lancaster ’61 Discovers Ancient Canals in the Arizona Desert

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Donald “Don” Lancaster ’61 is credited as one of the fathers of the personal computer based on his invention of the TV typewriter featured in Radio-Electronics magazine in 1973. He is the author of 45 books on a wide variety of scientific and popular topics, including two million-sellers, and more than 2,000 technical papers. For the past four years, he’s [...]

Michael Sanchez '81

May 3, 2013

Michael Sanchez ’81 Directs DuPont’s North American Operations

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By Benjamin Gleisser Thousands of people work for him. And Michael N. Sanchez ’81 wishes that he could meet each one. Sanchez is director of North American operations for DuPont, which produces dozens of products for home, automotive, farming, electronic, and packaging industries at 23 factories. Many of these facilities employ several thousand workers; others [...]