I am indebted to many of my engineering colleagues for their tutelage, their support, and their examples of committed and engaged research and scholarship. Major General Robert Latif'f is first on the list of those to whom I owe a humble debt of gratitude, along with his friend and mine, the late John D. Reilly, who endowed Notre Dame’s Reilly Center for Science, Technology', and Values and provided steady guidance to the Center from 1985 until his untimely death in 2014. But there are many more, including Peter Bums, Nitesh Chawla, Paola Crippa, Patrick Flynn, Jeffrey Kantor, Nick Laneman, Ajung Moon, Wolfgang Porod, Laurel Riek, and Steven Walker. They have all been my mentors, and, for that, I thank them.
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