Angie May honored for SDI Center support

December 08, 2022

Angie MayKent Stucky, vice president of advancement, recently presented Angie May, a 1987 mechanical engineering alumnus, with a plaque recognizing her support of the Steel Dynamics Inc. Center for Engineering and Computing. Angie is president and CEO of Analytical Engineering, Inc., in Columbus, Indiana, a company she co-founded with her husband David. Computer Science and Information Technology Lab 226 in the SDI Center, which includes high-end engineering computers that benefit the data science and web development concentrations, is named in honor of her support.

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