2022 Hall of Fame awards dinner

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The Wayne State University College of Engineering and Dean Farshad Fotouhi honored exemplary members of the Wayne State engineering and computer science alumni community at the 2022 Hall of Fame Awards on Friday, April 22 at the Industry Innovation Center in Detroit.

Nathan Cabbil, B.S. '94, and Uma Raghavan, M.S. '94, comprise the Hall of Fame class of 2022 and brought membership to 152 honorees since the Hall of Fame's inception in 1983. They joined Andrew Hernandez, B.S. '84, and James B. King, B.S. '65, M.S. '67, who were slated to be inducted in 2020 until the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the event. The College of Engineering also recognized distinguished engineers and computer scientists from each of its eight departments.

Guests had the opportunity to meet our faculty and students to learn about our new Center for Advanced Mobility, Student Robotics Competition Team, Center for Electrification and Power System, and Engineering Solution Center/Anderson Institute.

2022 College of Engineering Hall of Fame Awards Dinner


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.

For more information, contact Alumni and Donor Relations Officer Audrey Stephens at 313-577-6810 or audrey.stephens@wayne.edu.