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Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society

FRATERNAL HONOR SOCIETY

Electrical and computer engineering honor society, founded 1904.

Official Website:
http://www.hkn.org/

Founding Date:
1904

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anousheh Ansari
Business
12-Sep-1966   Telecom executive, space tourist
Norman Augustine
Business
27-Jul-1935   CEO of Martin Marietta, 1996-97
Michael J. Birck
Business
25-Jan-1938   CEO of Tellabs, 1975-2004
Vannevar Bush
Scientist
11-Mar-1890 30-Jun-1974 Pre-internet visionary
Nicholas M. Donofrio
Business
7-Sep-1945   EVP at IBM
Doug Engelbart
Computer Programmer
30-Jan-1925   Pioneer of human-computer interaction
Gordon R. England
Government
15-Sep-1937   US Deputy Secretary of Defense
Thomas E. Everhart
Physicist
15-Feb-1932   President of CalTech, 1987-97
Martin Hellman
Inventor
2-Oct-1945   Public key cryptographer
William Hewlett
Business
20-May-1913 12-Jan-2001 Co-Founder of Hewlett-Packard
James Hillier
Physicist
22-Aug-1915 15-Jan-2007 Electron microscope
Irwin M. Jacobs
Business
18-Oct-1933   Co-Founder of Qualcomm
Paul E. Jacobs
Business
c. 1963   CEO of Qualcomm
Jack S. Kilby
Inventor
8-Nov-1923 20-Jun-2005 Electrical engineering pioneer
Garry Kitchen
Computer Programmer
c. 1958   Keystone Capers
James R. Mellor
Business
c. 1930   CEO of General Dynamics, 1994-97
John B. Peatman
Educator
?   Engineering Professor at Georgia Tech
Michael M. Sears
Business
16-Jul-1947   CFO of Boeing, 2000-03
Claude Shannon
Scientist
30-Apr-1916 24-Feb-2001 Pioneer in information theory
Philip Sporn
Engineer
25-Nov-1896 23-Jan-1978 American Electric Power Company


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