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Peter Bohlin received the highest honor awarded by the american institute of architects, the gold medal, in recognition of his lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture.
helicopter
Robert Loewy has been recognized worldwide for his
contributions to the engineering of rotary-wing, vertical take-off
and landing aircraft. His research has led to improvements in
fixed-wing aircraft, space launch vehicles, and satellites.
Fenway Park
Frank and Kenneth Osborn led the design of more than 100 stadiums in America, including such icons as Fenway Park (1912), Tiger Stadium (1912), and the original Yankee Stadium (1923).
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Conceived in 1995, the Rensselaer Alumni Hall of Fame was created to honor the past while celebrating all generations of Rensselaer pioneers. The inaugural class was inducted in September 1998. Seven additional classes were inducted in October 1999, September 2001, September 2003, September 2005, September 2007, October 2009, and September 2011. Etched glass windows have been placed centrally on the Rensselaer campus to commemorate their contributions.

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Inducted October 2013
Four new members have been selected for induction into the Alumni Hall of Fame, bringing the total membership to 72. They include a power electronics innovator, cofounder of the Seabeas, esteemed dean of humanities and social sciences, and housing reform pioneer. The 2013 class of inductees carries on the tradition of Rensselaer’s distinguished legacy.

B. Jayant Baliga - Power Electronics Innovator (1948 -  )
Lewis B. Combs - Co-founder of the Seabees (1895 – 1996)
Thomas W. Phelan Jr. - Dean, Historian, Counselor (1925 – 2006)
Alfred Tredway White - Pioneer in Housing Reform (1846 - 1921)

Inducted September 2011

Peter Q. Bohlin - Architect (1937-  )

Claire M. Fraser - Pioneering Genome Explorer (1955- )

Jeffrey M. Friedman - Molecular Geneticist (1954-  )

Livingston W. Houston - 11th President (1891-1977)

Steven J. Sasson - Inventor of the Digital Camera (1950-  )

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Inducted October 2009

Matthew A. Hunter - Titanium Pioneer, Metallurgist (1878-1961)

Robert G. Loewy - Vertical Flight Expert (1926-)
Hiram F. Mills - Distinguished Hydraulic Engineer (1836-1921)
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Inducted September 2007

Hall of Fame Inducted 2007

Hall of Fame Inducted 2007

Ebenezer Emmons - Geologist (1799-1863)

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Hermann A. Haus - Optical Communications Specialist (1925-2003)

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William Pitt Mason - Teacher, Pure Water Advocate (1853-1937)

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Frank C. Osborn and Kenneth H. Osborn - Stadium Architects And Engineers (Frank C. Osborn: 1857-1922
Kenneth H. Osborn: 1886-1949)

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John Alexander Low Waddell - International Bridge Designer (1854-1938)

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Robert H. Widmer - Aircraft Designer (1916-2011)

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Inductees 2007-2013 | Inductees 2001-2005 | Inductees 1998-1999
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