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MUDDERINGS O u t s t a n d i n g A l umn i H o n o r e e s 2 0 1 1


Among the honorees at Alumni Weekend are a group of Mudders that the Alumni Association Board of Governors celebrates for their far-reaching contributions. This year’s Outstanding Alumni Award recipients are space scientist Gael Squibb ’61, strategic planner James Dewar ’66, chemistry Professor Ann McDermott ’81 and energy advisor R. Thomas Weimer ’71/72.


Gael Squibb ’61 CONSULTANT, NASA AND THE JET PROPULSION LABORATORY G ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOSE A. CAMARENA´ 26 Har vey Mudd College SPRING 2011


Gael Squibb spent most of his career at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena. He is now president of Gael Squibb Consulting, Inc. and is an internationally recognized expert in the field of space operations and space operations standards. At JPL, he estab- lished and was the first manager of the Mission Control and Sequence Systems Design Section, and was involved in unmanned space exploration (Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter and Astrophysics Space Telescope missions). He also established and was the first manager of the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC) and was the NASA data services manager for the Space Operations Management Office. A member of the Founding Class, Squibb received his B.S. degree in physics.


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