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The Academy of Engineering & Engineering Technology honors LeTourneau graduates who have impacted the world through engineering. These are their stories.

 

 

Dale Hill, a 1969 Welding Engineering graduate and inductee of the LeTourneau University Academy of Engineering & Engineering Technology, shares about how God used LeTourneau to teach him that anything can be achieved with God's leadership and guidance.

Nate Saint, a 1978 Mechanical Technology graduate of LeTourneau and inductee into the Academy of Engineering and Engineering Technology, talks about how he built his story at LETU.

Stanley Gingrich, an '84 Welding Engineering LeTourneau alumnus and AEET inductee, tells his #LeTourneauBuilt story.

Stan Settles, a 1962 Industrial Engineering graduate of LeTourneau and inductee into the Academy of Engineering and Engineering Technology, talks about how he built his story at LETU.

J. Kent "Tennessee" Wilson and Robert "Alabama" Shepherd, two legendary LeTourneau University alumni, tell their #LeTourneauBuilt story.

Anver Classens, a '78 Welding Engineering Technology LeTourneau alumnus and AEET inductee, tells his #LeTourneauBuilt story.

David Landon, a 1981 Welding Engineering graduate of LeTourneau and inductee into the Academy of Engineering and Engineering Technology, talks about how he built his story at LETU.

David Russell, a 1982 Electrical Engineering graduate of LeTourneau and inductee into the Academy of Engineering and Engineering Technology, talks about how he built his story at LETU.

Jeffrey and Jenelle Piepmeier, '93 engineering alumni and AEET inductees, tell their #LeTourneauBuilt stories.

Michael Kessler, a 1996 Mechanical Engineering graduate of LeTourneau and inductee into the Academy of Engineering and Engineering Technology, talks about how he built his story at LETU.