Last updated October 2007.David Glass (1978, BS Mathematics). After graduating from Wake Forest in 1978, I obtained a masters degree from Carolina in Health Physics, followed by a masters and PhD. from NC State in Mechanical Engineering. After graduate school, I went to work for NASA. I currently work at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA. My area of concentration is high temperature structures and materials for hypersonic vehicles (speed greater than about Mach 5). As part of my work at NASA, I led the government effort to develop the leading edges (with operating temperatures above 3000F) for the X-43 flight vehicle. The X-43 set the world speed record of Mach 9.8 in Nov 2004 for an airbreathing airplane. I am currently working with DARPA on other advanced hypersonic flight vehicles.I am married to the former Becky Evans, a graduate of Meredith College. Becky is a Pastoral Counselor and is currently serving as part-time Interim Minister of Education in our church. We live in Yorktown, VA and have two sons. Parker is in the 6th grade and Evan is in the 3rd grade. Both boys love sports and are actively involved in whatever sport is in season. We are also very active in Hampton Baptist Church. Last updated October 2007.David T. Harris, PH.D. (1978, BS Biology, Mathematics and Psychology). Dr. Harris is a graduate of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he obtained Bachelor of Science degrees (cum laude) in Biology, Mathematics and Psychology in 1978. He earned a Masters of Medical Sciences (summa cum laude) from Bowman Gray Medical School in 1980 and his Doctorate in Microbiology and Immunology (magna cum laude) from Bowman Gray Medical School in 1982. From 1982-1985 Dr. Harris was a Postdoctorate Fellow at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in Lausanne, Switzerland. In 1985 he joined the faculty at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine. In 1989 Dr. Harris joined the faculty at the University of Arizona in Tucson as an Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology amp Immunology. In 1996 Dr. Harris was promoted to Professor of Immunology. Dr. Harris established the first cord blood bank in the USA in 1992. He currently serves as Director of the Cord Blood Stem Cell Bank, is a member of the Arizona Cancer Center, a member of the Childrens Research Center, a member of the Arizona Arthritis Center, and Head of the Gene Therapy Group. Dr. Harriss research interests include stem cells and regenerative medicine, cancer research/stem cell transplantation and gene therapy. He has published more than 300 articles, given more than 200 talks on stem cells over the past 7 years, and has served as a consultant to the governments of China, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea. Dr. Harris has also founded 3 companies while at the University of Arizona Cord Blood Registry, Inc. ImmuneRegen BioSciences, Inc. and QuReGen, Inc. Last updated October 2007.John Stamey (1978, BS Mathematics and Music 1980, MA Mathematics ). After my Wake Forest days, I completed an MS in Computer Science at Clemson in 1988 and an Ed.D. in Technology Education in 2006 from NC State. Currently, I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC (the Myrtle Beach area). I still play golf and play piano only occasionally. My research interests include Internet/Web Development, Secure Software Engineering, and Project Management. I am the General Chair of Computer Security Conference 2008 that will be held in Myrtle Beach in April 2008 (wwwputerSecurityConference). Dr. Howard was my thesis advisor and he was the BEST. Three cheers to him and the entire Math department. I have a cousin, Jane Caldwell, who is an Assistant Athletic Director at Wake Forest. Last updated October 2007.Ann Taylor Kimmer (1977, BA Music 1984, MA Mathematics). Ann was born in Roanoke, Virginia, where she lived until she left to attend Wake Forest University in 1973. She received a bachelors degree in music from WFU in 1977, and completed a masters degree in mathematics from Wake Forest in 1984. She taught calculus and finite at WFU for one semester before deciding to stay home with her three sons for the next ten years. In 1993, she returned to teaching, and worked for five years at Forsyth Country Day School, Lewisville, NC., teaching Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus. In 1999, Ann took a job at Calvary Baptist High School, helping organize the mathematics program in the newly formed high school. She then returned to FCDS in 2003 and became Mathematics Department Chair in 2004.Ann has three sons: Andy (married to Ginger), Rob, and Steve Taylor. Her husband, Tross, is a computer technician at Calvary Baptist Church. In her spare time, Ann enjoys reading, watching baseball and tennis, playing with her cats, going to the movies with her husband, and playing with her grandson Braden who is 2. Favorite books: The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien. Favorite quote: Dont let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity. I Timothy 4:12 Last updated October 2007.David E. Dave Orton ( 1977, BS in Mathematics and Economics). Career: October 2006 to Current: Executive Vice President of Visual and Media Businesses at Advanced Micro Devices, and came to AMD as part of a merger between AMD and ATI Technologies in October, 2006. Responsible for the overall strategy and operational activities of the former ATI businesses, which include the AMD chipset business, the GPU businesses, and the Consumer Electronics businesses. In addition, Dave led the integration of ATI and AMD.May 1999 to October, 2006. President and Chief Executive Officer of ATI Technologies, a world leading fabless semiconductor company that designed and manufactured graphics and media processors for the PC and Consumer Electronics markets. ATI was one of the top 5 fabless semiconductor companies in 2005/2006, with revenues of approximately 2.4B.