UT alumni have pushed the boundaries of our understanding and broadened the scope of our realities.
Harold Conner (’68)
Harold Conner is a consultant for Strata G, a local firm that supports US Department of Energy contracts across the United States. Before his retirement, he worked as senior advisor to the president at UCOR, an Oak Ridge National Laboratory partnership specializing in safe nuclear cleanup projects.
John Hubbard (’83)
For more than 33 years, John Hubbard has pioneered pharmaceutical research and development activity. Throughout his career, he has been directly responsible for drug discovery, clinical pharmacology, project management, commercial assessment of new chemical entities, global clinical operations, and pharmaceutical product development.
Nathan Sam Dougherty (’62, ’70)
During his more than 50 years in the aerospace profession, Nathan Sam Dougherty has profoundly influenced the development of both aeronautics and space systems.
Kim Greene (’88)
As chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Southern Company Gas, Kim Greene is responsible for delivering natural gas to more than 4.2 million customers in the Southeast.
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