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Mark Myers ’60

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Mark Myers ’60 retired from the Xerox Corporation in 2001 after a 37-year career in its research and development organizations. He was the senior vice president in charge of corporate research, advanced development, systems architecture and corporate engineering. He was a member of the senior executive committee in charge of strategic direction setting of the company.  Myers served as a visiting executive professor of management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania from 2002-2005, and as a visiting professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University from 1989-1990. He served on the National Academies Science, Technology and Economic Policy Board from 1995 to 2005. He holds a doctorate from the Pennsylvania State University.

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