Hall of Fame
The Wayne State University College of Engineering Hall of Fame was founded in 1983 to recognize and honor distinguished alumni who, through their leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation, have made significant industrial, educational and societal contributions to the engineering and computer science professions. The Hall of Fame celebrates the rich history of the College of Engineering and provides exceptional standards by which Wayne State University engineering students can measure success.
Hall of Fame inductees
James B. King, 2020Electrical and Computer EngineeringJames B. King, B.S. '65, M.S. '67, is president of his own consulting firm specializing in total quality management, business process re-engineering, design-to-cost and supply chain management, outsourcing, performance measurements, supplier partnerships, and business strategy deployment. King began his career at Ford Motor Company, holding...
Andrew Hernandez, 2020Electrical and Computer EngineeringAndrew Hernandez, B.S. '84, is a principal electrical engineer for the U.S. and Americas operations at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, where he consults and oversees infrastructure and process design, safety, hazardous classifications, and other electrical subject matters. Before joining AstraZeneca in May 2011, he spent more than 28 years combine...