ALUMNI “WALL OF HONOR” The West Liberty University Alumni Board of Directors instituted a project in 1990 to demonstrate to current students, visitors, and friends that the college has some very successful graduates. This project, known as the “Alumni Wall of Honor,” is a dramatic way to honor some of the college’s most distinguished alumni and display pride in the accomplishments of its graduates. The concept was suggested by then Associate Professor of Physics Robert W. Schramm, who is a 1958 graduate of the college and a 2002 Alumni Wall of Honor inductee. The Alumni Wall of Honor is housed in the south end of the Union known as the Alumni Lounge.
James G MarshInducted 1994
James G. Marsh established the major underpinnings for the discipline of satellite geodesy and the use of satellite observations for studies of the solid earth. His major accomplishments were realized while employed by the Goddard Space Flight Center in the Laboratory for Terrestrial Physics. Marsh has received awards from NASA and the Space Agency of France.