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Eli Botkin (MS '51)

Eli Botkin, MS in Physics, has published a chapter titled “Still Finding Pleasure After 90” in a new book on aging, Aging Wisely . . . Wisdom of Our Elders, by Irving I. Silverman and Ellen Beth Siegel. The book is a compendium of essays by an extraordinary group of 75 seniors and the professionals who care for them, on a wide range of topics about how we age and how we can do so better.

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Lisa D. Zhang (BS '10)

I am an Intellectual Property Litigation Associate Attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.  It's been great - we represent technology companies in enforcing their intellectual property rights or defending against the claims of others.  My cases have touched upon pharmaceutical drugs, genetic testing kits and methods, commercial UAVs, network routing and security, caching, LEDs, and image sensors, to name just a few areas.  In fact, one of our clients is Caltech!

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Donald Remer (MS '1966)

Donald S. Remer (MS '66, PhD '70) has retired after 42 years of teaching, research, and consulting as the Oliver C. Field Professor of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College. He is continuing as the President of the Claremont Consulting Group, which he cofounded in 1979, that presents short courses in Project Cost Estimating, Business Case Analysis, and Project Management. He and his wife have traveled to about 50 countries. They enjoy traveling and spending time with family.

Peter Gronard (MS '93)

Peter Grognard  (MS '93) is the CEO of Thales Alenia Space in Belgium-Leuven. He also founded Septentrio, a leading designer and manufacturer of GSSN receivers. He was CEO there until 2014, overseeing the development of the "world's first Galileo receivers." He is now a board member of many European industry associations and is co-founder of Galileo Services, "Europe’s leading Galileo downstream industry association." He and his family are based in Belgium.

Dana Roth (MS '65)

Dana Roth (MS '65) is a Special Projects Librarian at Caltech. This follows a 40-year career as a Chemistry Librarian here. Mr. Roth has worked with international library projects in India and Scotland. He shares that he "was inducted into the Special Libraries Association Hall of Fame in 2008 and was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2014."

Charles McDougall (BS '47)

Charles McDougall (BS '47) began his studies at Caltech in 1939, but took time out to become a Navy pilot in WWII. After 4 years of duty, he returned to complete his BS. He is now enjoying an active retirement as a Life Member of the Caltech Associates and as a grandfather. "Among my great grandchildren," he says, "one is in college and one is just learning to walk and talk."   

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CJ Beegle-Kraus (BS '82)

CJ Beegle-Kraus (BS '82) is a Senior Scientist focusing on Environmental Modeling and Monitoring at SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Environmental Technology. She currently lives in Norway, working primarily on operational models of well blowouts in the Arctic. After working in Svalbard last year (during which time, she admits, she did not see any polar bears), she recommends the area as a great place to visit "at any time of year, as the land is beautiful, and the aurora - lovely."

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Charles Conner (BS '75)

Charles Conner (BS '75) is a Biological Sciences Technician with the NPS at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in Arizona, where he has worked, "touching the resource," as he says, for the past 26 years. Not only does he collaborate on international projects and work with automated weather stations, he also works with the wealth of local wildlife ("snakes, lizards, rodents, bats, etc.") and so continues to have "much fun in the desert."

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Linda Strubbe (BS '03)

Linda Strubbe (BS '03) is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Science Teaching and Learning at the University of British Columbia. There, she studies the learning process, teaches astronomy and physics, and supports other faculty who wish to improve their own teaching. She recently returned from co-leading the West African International Summer School for Young Astronomers in Nigeria, and is "really enjoying [her] new career direction of astronomy and physics education."

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