Eight alums inducted into the CAST Hall of Fame
Eight individuals were inducted October 24 into the College of Applied Science and Technology Hall of Fame.
Induction into the College of Applied Science and Technology Hall of Fame is an honor bestowed on graduates and friends of the College of Applied Science and Technology. Nominations may be based on outstanding performance in one’s profession; demonstrated leadership in one’s profession and/or community; favorable statewide, national, or international recognition; honors from associations or employers; outstanding service to the institution; or proof that one’s work has proven beneficial to a pronounced segment of society. Nominations may be submitted by alumni, friends, faculty, and staff.
- David Baker ’70, M.S. ’74, Agriculture
- Tami Haukedahl ’80, Criminal Justice Sciences
- Pam Womack ’88, Family and Consumer Sciences
- Kimberly Bucek ’78, Health Sciences
- Kathryn Hayley ’79, Information Technology
- Carolyn Mallaney Nagle ’75, Kinesiology and Recreation
- Michael Haerr ’85, Military Science
- Rick Schildgen ’78, Technology
Full biographical information can be found on the CAST website.