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Denny Demoss

Denny Demoss

UC Recognizes Dennis Demoss

Denny Demoss was presented with the Herman Schneider Distinguished Alumnus Award from CEAS in May. In urging the college’s undergraduates during his visits to campus to “dream a little bigger than you think,” Denny effectively summarizes the drive and effort he has put into his own life and career.  View the video tribute to Denny.

In addition to his previous commitments to the UC capital campaign over the last few years, Denny is helping establish the Sargent & Lundy Power Conference Room in the CEAS Learning Center.  Many thanks to Denny for his continued enthusiasm and support of UC.

Denny Demoss is a University of Cincinnati graduate and leading proponent of nuclear power generation Dennis Demoss was recognized by the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Science for his contributions to the field of nuclear engineering and his tireless support of the college.

Since his graduation from UC in 1977 with a BS in Nuclear Engineering, Demoss has accrued more than 30 years of mechanical engineering design experience on nuclear power plants. He is currently the project director for Sargent & Lundy’s Owners Engineer services for Exelon Corporation and their new nuclear plant project in Texas.  Demoss is also project director for after-market services for several Midwestern operating nuclear power plants.

Earlier in his career, he was assigned to the Byron and Braidwood nuclear plant sites during initial construction as coordinator of onsite mechanical engineering and design activities associated with construction changes.  He has been a project director for Sargent & Lundy since 1998.

Today, Demoss is a registered professional engineer in 8 states and a Senior Vice President and Project Director in the Nuclear Power Technologies Business Group of Sargent & Lundy LLC.  Sargent & Lundy is one of the largest providers of expertise to the power industry and specifically the nuclear power sector where their knowledge and advances have served industry well over the past sixty years.

Dennis Demoss is the fifth recipient of the Herman Schneider Distinguished Alumnus Award which is named for Dean Herman Schneider whose influence shaped the development of the College of Engineering and Applied Science dating back to the invention of the co-op program in 1906.  As a recognized leader in engineering and one who believes in seizing opportunities to better our world, Dennis Demoss is more than deserving of the title “distinguished alumnus.”