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Alumni from Cleveland State University's Washkewicz College of Engineering can be found across the globe working in firms of all sizes and scope, Fortune 500 companies and public agencies. They are CEOs, senior engineers, researchers, inventors, entrepreneurs, professors and authors.
Many alumni remain engaged with Washkewicz and CSU by mentoring students, speaking to classes, volunteering on committees and hiring students in co-op assignments. Please contact W.C. Vance, Manager of Student Programs, for more information on getting involved.
Please join your fellow alumni who have supported future Washkewicz grads by making a tax-deductible contribution today at www.csuohio.edu/giving.
For questions about establishing an endowed scholarship fund or naming opportunities at CSU, please contact Meredith Wintering, Director of Advancement for Engineering, at 216-687-3954 or [email protected]
Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients
Bachelor of Civil Engineering 1979
Former, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of URS Corporation
Joseph Masters earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from Cleveland State University in 1979. He also holds a Juris Doctor degree from Case Western Reserve University. He says that being a member of student chapters of professional organizations was an important part of his education at CSU. Masters had a successful career as vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of URS Corporation, from 1997 to 2015, among other notable positions. During that time, URS grew from $100 million to $11 billion in annual revenues to become one of the world’s largest professional, technical and construction services companies. His foundation as a graduate from CSU’s College of Engineering proved a catalyst for his success in the legal field. Learn more about Joseph Masters’ story here.
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering 1970
Founding Partner and Chairman
Thermal Processing Holdings, Inc.
John Hubbard earned his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from Cleveland State University in 1970 and an MBA in 1973. A first-generation college student, John Hubbard’s discipline came from participating in CSU’s engineering co-op program. He is the founding partner and chairman of the board of Thermal Processing Holdings, Inc. and retired CEO of Bodycote, plc. Hubbard recently had the “Learning the Trade” sculpture commissioned by Paul Todlock, which is located at the corner of East 24th Street and Euclid Avenue, not far from where his parents dropped him off on a Sunday afternoon in 1965 with a suitcase, slide rule and portable typewriter. Learn more about John Hubbard’s story here.
Theodore A. Beltavski
Bachelor of Civil Engineering 1982
Master of Science in Civil Engineering 1986
President and Chairman
R.E. Warner & Associates, Inc.
Theodore A. Beltavski is a product of the Cleveland Public Schools. His dad was a steel worker. For his family, Cleveland State University was a natural progression, where he was introduced to an intense learning experience. He says, “it was a real stepping stone to start my career.” He worked for First Energy, formerly CEI, right after graduation and stayed for 20 years. While working for First Energy, Beltavski enrolled in night classes and earned a master’s in civil engineering. He then accepted a position as head of the structural engineering department with R.E. Warner. He worked his way up through the organization to board of directors to his current position of president. Learn more about Theodore Beltavski's story here.
Other Fascinating Alumni
Carmen R. Adams, BSCS '86, JD '92
Bruce DiFrancisco, BSCE '88
Meshullam (Mesh) Feigenbaum, BSEE '85
Justin Haselton, MSCE '12
Marty Ignasiak, BSIE '78
Ediuska Laurens, Ph.D. ABE '09
Eugene Malinskiy, MSBE '12
Michael Miller, BSME '88
Suresh C. Patel, MSIE '75
Dr. Thomas J. Stueber, BSEE ’87, MSEE ’90, Ph.D. EE ‘98
William H. Thesling, BSEE ’87, MSEE ‘90, Ph.D. EE ‘95
Alumni and Friends
Welcome Alumni of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS)!
You are now included in our 22,000 alumni encompassing the disciplines of the fine arts, humanities, and social sciences. We believe the ability to adapt and succeed rests in broad knowledge and the essential, transferable skills of critical thinking, creativity, and communication, which are the hallmarks of a first-class liberal arts education. Perhaps that’s why so many people in leadership positions in business and industry, in public life and in social service agencies have degrees in the liberal arts or social sciences.
We want to know how our CLASS graduates are doing. Tell us about your current or new job, your art show, your performance, your award or your continuing education. We want alumni to continue a relationship with CSU.
See where a CLASS degree can lead you. Check out the alumni updates in previous issues of The Innerlink.
List of Cleveland State University people
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This list of Cleveland State University people includes notable alumni, students, as well as current and former faculty of Cleveland State University, a public university located in Cleveland, Ohio.
- Angelin Chang, Grammy-award winning classical pianist and professor of music; a graduate of the university's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- Michael Dumanis, Russian-American poet and Director of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center
- Lee Fisher, American politician and Dean of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- Thomas W. Hungerford, mathematician and author of many textbooks including Abstract Algebra: An Introduction
- Richard M. Perloff, American Communication scholar, writer of The Dynamics of Persuasion, currently in its sixth edition, international recognized expert on the subject
- Imad Rahman, Pakistani-American writer, I Dream of Microwaves
- Shuvo Roy, inventor of the artificial kidney
- Sheila Schwartz, faction writer, creative writing professor
- Chas Smith, author, musician, radio personality, music professor
- Camilla Stivers, Distinguished Professor of Public Administration
- Jearl Walker, author of The Flying Circus of Physics; physics professor
- Jane L. Campbell, 56th mayor of Cleveland, first woman mayor of Cleveland
- Anthony J. Celebrezze Jr., Ohio Senator, Ohio Secretary of State, Ohio attorney general and gubernatorial candidate for Ohio.
- Frank D. Celebrezze Jr., Ohio Court of Appeals Judge
- Vlado Dimovski (Ph.D., 1994), Minister in the Government of Slovenia
- Ed Feighan (J.D., 1978), U.S. Congressman
- Ed FitzGerald, first Cuyahoga County Council Executive, former mayor of Lakewood, Ohio
- George L. Forbes, Cleveland City Council President, Cleveland NAACP President
- Marcia Fudge, Chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus in the 113th Congress, 18th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
- Dan Huberty, member of the Texas House of Representatives from Houston
- Frank G. Jackson, 57th Mayor of the City of Cleveland
- Frank Lausche, 55th and 57th Governor of Ohio, Ohio Senator, 47th mayor of Cleveland
- Donald C. Nugent (J.D., 1974) Federal District Court Judge
- Maureen O'Connor (J.D., 1980), current Ohio Supreme Court Justice
- Terrence O'Donnell (J.D., 1971), current Ohio Supreme Court Justice
- C. J. Prentiss, Ohio State Senator, founder of Policy Matters Ohio
- Andrew Puzder (B.A., 1975), CEO of CKE Restaurants/Secretary of Labor-designate (for President-electDonald Trump)
- Shawn Richards, member of the National Assembly of Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Carl B. Stokes (J.D., 1956), first African American mayor of a major U.S. city (Cleveland)
- Louis Stokes (J.D., 1953), 15-term Democratic Congressman
- Francis E. Sweeney Sr. (J.D., 1963), former Ohio Supreme Court Justice
- Lesley B. Wells (J.D., 1974), Federal District Court Judge
- Pamela Evette (B.B.A), Lt. Governor of South Carolina
- Johnny Bedford (attended), wrestler; professional mixed martial artist, formerly with the Ultimate Fighting Championship
- J'Nathan Bullock, professional basketball player
- Norris Cole, two-time NBA Champion basketball player
- M-Dogg 20/Matt Cross, born Matthew Capiccioni (B.A. 2006), professional wrestler
- Jerry Dybzinski, former professional baseball player
- Franklin Edwards, former professional basketball player
- Gerald Harris (History), all-time record for wins on the wrestling team; current professional mixed martial arts fighter
- Cedric Jackson, NBA basketball player
- Trey Lewis (born 1992), basketball player in the Israeli Basketball Premier League
- Stipe Miocic (Communications/Marketing), baseball player; professional MMA fighter; two-time UFC Heavyweight Champion
- Clinton Smith, former NBA basketball player
- Jerome Caja, performance artist
- Ali Haghighi, biochemist
- Kenneth A. Loparo, electrical engineering professor
- Scott Raab (B.A., 1984), writer, Esquire Magazine
- Chris Ronayne, President of University Circle Inc.
- Tim Russert (J.D., 1976), author; NBC Washington bureau chief; moderator of NBC's Meet the Press
- J. Everett Prewitt, novelist, former army officer.
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