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Dean’s Advisory Council

CEOE formed a Dean’s Advisory Council in 2010, hosting its inaugural meeting on June 28, 2010. The group’s mission is to provide advice regarding the achievement of strategic objectives and to help garner resources needed to meet college goals.

We are grateful to the service of the following individuals for their service to the Advisory Council at present time.

Brian F. Atwater ’80 Ph.D.
U.S.G.S. at Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences
University of Washington

Costel D. Denson
Retired, Vice Provost for Research
University of Delaware

James Demarest ’75 MS, ’81 Ph.D.
Director, International Exploration
Noble Energy

M. Brandon Jones '94 MS, '03 Ph.D.
Fellowships Program Manager
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Kirk Malloy ’90 MS, ’93 Ph. D. *Chairman
Vice President, Customer Solutions
Illumina, Inc.

Evelyn Maurmeyer ’74 MS, ’78 Ph.D.
Coastal & Estuarine Research Co.

Susan Scotto-Dyckman ‘82 MS ’15 Parent
Director, Operational Services Administration (ret)
Maryland Department of Environment

Robert Specter
Vice President for Finance and Treasurer
The Catholic University of America

Thank you to those who have formerly served as members >>


Founding Members - 2010

The council’s founding members are:

-Brian F. Atwater, a 2010 inductee to the UD Alumni Wall of Fame who earned his doctorate in geology in 1980 and is a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey at the Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington;

-David Einolf, a 1984 graduate with a master’s in marine studies and founder of Endeavor EHS LLC;

-Peter Mandelstam, founder and president of Bluewater Wind LLC;

-Evelyn Maurmeyer, who earned her master’s and doctorate in geology in 1974 and 1978, respectively, and is president of Coastal and Estuarine Research Inc.;

-Patricia Robertson, a 1972 graduate with a master’s in biology and retired teacher; and

-Nick Vrolijk, who received marine studies master’s and doctoral degrees in 1988 and 1992, respectively, and is vice president of manufacturing at Celgene Corp.

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