GM energy-efficient personal luxury vehicle. Robert W. Veryzer (Chief Designer) and David Holls (Executive Chief Designer) of General Motors, Richard Haynes (TRAN 1976), and Keith Teter are discussing Haynes's finished model of a car.
GM energy-efficient personal luxury vehicle. Richard Haynes (TRAN 1976), David Holls (Executive Chief Designer, General Motors), Keith Teter, and Robert W. Veryzer (Chief Designer, GM) are discussing Haynes's finished model of a car.
GM/PPG Pace Car for Indy World Series. Keith Teter, Richard Hutting, students, and General Motors visitors, including Jerry Palmer (3rd from left), viewing a full-scale car.
GM "Lean Machine". General Motors visitors, including Len Casillo (L), and Keith Teter viewing student's final presentation.
GM Automobile Project. Two General Motors visitors are talking with a student. Richard Nesbitt's presentation is on the wall behind them. (L-R): Keith Teter, unidentified visitor, David Holls,
Chrysler - Instrument panel for 1985 luxury vehicle. C. Mark Jordan (TRAN 1978) giving his final presentation to Richard Macadam and Robert Janosko from Chrysler. Jordan's work is on the wall.
Volkswagen "Real World Car for 2000". Final presentation to Volkswagen executives. Executives talking with Keith Teter.
Small portraits of faculty, with labels under each portrait, featuring: Bob Allikas, James Bruni, Gaylord Eckles, Kohei Eguchi, R. Hutting, Wilson Lord, Strother MacMinn, Rob McCann, Andrew Ogden, Richard Pietruska, Stewart Reed, David Solon, Keith Teter, Merkel Weiss and Ted Youngkin.