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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
HMC Alumni Association
301 E. Twelfth St., Claremont
Alumni Services
  • Alumni career services
  • Alumni gift planning
  • Alumni jobs
  • Networking
Major Alumni Events
Mudd's Alumni Association hosts alumni weekend reunions, as well as alumni outings, lectures, and various parties.
Famous Alumni
  • Gael Squibb (Class of '61) - leader of several unmanned NASA missions and former director of NASA/JPL's Telecommunications and Mission Operations Directorate
  • Michael G Wilson (Class of '63) - executive producer for a number of the James Bond films
  • Rick Sontag (Class of '64) - founder and former owner of Unison, a leading manufacturer of parts used in airplanes
  • Don Chamberlin (Class of '66) - inventor of the SQL database language
  • Donald Murphy (Class of '68) - head of the applied materials research department at Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, and elected member of the National Academy of Engineering, (NAE), for his research on a variety of electronic materials
  • Walt Foley (Class of '69) - founder of Accel Technologies Inc.
  • Richard H. Jones (Class of '72) - U.S. ambassador to Kuwait and former U.S. ambassador to Lebanon
  • Astronaut George "Pinky" Nelson (Class of '72) - flew on three space shuttle missions, and was the first American to walk in space without a tether to a spacecraft
  • Joseph Costello (Class of '74) - chairman and CEO of Think3, and former president and CEO of Cadence Design
  • Bruce Nelson (Class of '74) - inventor of the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) for computer communications
  • Susan Lewallen (Class of '76) - member of the British Columbia Centre for Epidemiologic and International Ophthalmology and an ophthalmologist for third world countries
  • Jonathan Gay (Class of '89) - creator of Flash software
  • Stan Love (Class of '89) - astronaut, capcom (communications officer) with the International Space Station
Did You Know?
  • The graduate schools most often attended by recent graduates of Mudd are Caltech, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, USC, the University of Texas at Austin, and Yale.
  • Harvey Mudd is the youngest independent college of science and engineering in the country. Founded only 50 years ago, Mudd has not had much time to amass famous alumni, but it has been quick to do so.
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