Award winning sportswriter who spent more than 50 years in journalism, wrote for Sports Illustrated, The New York Post and the Gannett Newspapers, and authored 40 books.
Lennox S. Hinds '62
World-renowned criminal defense and international human rights lawyer who was Nelson Mandela's U.S. attorney and is counsel in the U.S. to the Government of South Africa.
Joseph L Forstadt '61
Famed litigation lawyer who has established many important legal principles, was the first honorary member of the state and city Supreme Court Justices' Associations, and served as the city's Commissioner of Consumer Affairs.
Dr. Jeffrey Scott Flier '68
Pioneering scientist whose research has produced major insights into the molecular mechanism of in- sulin action and insulin resistance in human disease, including diabetes, and the molecular pathophysiology of obesity.
Harvey Kaylie '60EE
Founder and President of Mini-Circuits, a world leader in electronics for RF and microwave components, he has given $3-million to endow CCNY's Kaylie Prize for Entrepreneurship.
Edward S. Plotkin Chin '53CE, '56MCE, '66MBA
Distinguished engineer who has been a leader in design, contract- ing and consulting and also served as Commissioner of Public Works for Westchester County.
Dr. Herbert Aschkenasy '53
Innovative entrepreneur who built Oregon Freeze Dry, Inc. and its affiliate, European Freeze Dry, into world leaders in freeze drying technology for food and non-food products.