Cornell’s College of Engineering presented David A. Duffield ’62, MBA ’64, with the inaugural Cornell Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award – its highest alumni honor.
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Engineer and entrepreneur David A. Duffield ’62, MBA ’64, will be given the inaugural Cornell Engineering Distinguished Alumnus Award Tuesday, Sept. 4.
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