College honors esteemed alumni for achievement, service; Chrysler's Robert (Bob) Lee honored

Posted: October 23, 2014

Robert (Bob) Lee with the Dean of the College of Engineering, David B. Williams.
Each year The Ohio State University College of Engineering honors alumni for extraordinary personal achievements, outstanding contributions to the fields of engineering and architecture, and remarkable service to the college.

Among this year's honorees was Robert (Bob) Lee (BS 1978, mechanical engineering), who currently serves as a member of the Center for Automotive Research External Advisory Board. Lee received the Benjamin G. Lamme Medal for meritorious achievement in advancing engineering. Among his many roles at Chrysler Group LLC, he is vice president and head of engine, powertrain, and electrified propulsion systems engineering; and interim head of transmission powertrain and driveline engineering. Lee received the college’s Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2004.

See the full list of honorees here; and read more about the 17th Annual Excellence in Engineering and Architecture Alumni Awards honorees in the awards program and view photographs from the event.