Rose-Hulman to Recognize Alumni

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James Baumgardt is a 1970 chemical engineering alumnus and has served as a Rose-Hulman trustee. James Baumgardt is a 1970 chemical engineering alumnus and has served as a Rose-Hulman trustee.
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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will recognize several alumni this weekend for career achievements and service to others. They include a former Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) executive and a college professor.

The Rose-Hulman Alumni Association's Honor Alumni Award recipients are James Baumgardt, Wesley Bolsen, Eugene LeBoeuf and Warren Mickens. They will be recognized during Homecoming September 18-20.

Baumgardt is chairman of the Indianapolis-based NICO Board of Directors and board member of NeoChord Inc. He is also a former Eli Lilly executive.

Bolsen is a 2000 electrical engineering graduate. He leads global business development and public affairs for Denver-based Cool Planet, a Google-backed renewable gasoline and agricultural company.

LeBoeuf is a 1985 civil engineering alumnus. He is a professor and associate chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Mickens is a 1977 mechanical engineering alumnus. He is currently vice president of operations for CenturyLink Business Service.

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