Frodge (’06 BS, Mechanical Engineering) is a robotics engineer at NASA, where he has worked on Robonaut 2, the first humanoid robot in space, and Centaur 2, a mobility platform for Robonaut 2.
Dansby (’74 BA, Physical Education) was named superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District in February. Dansby, who began working at the FWISD as a teacher-coach in 1974, is the first African-American to hold the district’s top post.
Davis (’70 BA, Mathematics) became chief judge of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas, in January. He has served as a U.S. district judge in Tyler since 2002.
Brunskill (’07 BFA, ’11 MFA, Art) had her work included in the Imperial Stables of Prague Castle glass art exhibit in the Czech Republic in October. She was the only American in the international competition.
Greer (’84 BS, Electrical Engineering) was named chief operating officer at Oncor in October. He joined the Dallas-based company in 1984. He serves on the Texas Board of Professional Engineers and was a 2010 recipient of the Leadership in Power award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.