7293 Professor Randolph (Rick) P Kudar (RMC ’67) is a Professor Emeritus at the Richard Ivey School of Business. Prior to joining the school, Kudar served as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, as well as on teaching positions at the Darden School and the University of Virginia. He earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada, an MBA and PhD from The University of Western Ontario, and is a Certified Management Accountant. Kudar’s research interests have focused on the measurement and management issues associated with the pursuit of productivity and quality within firms. email@example.com
11801 LCol (Ret’d) Jeffrey Lamb (RMC ’78) is the director,Facilities Management at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He earned a Bachelor of Engineering and a Masters of Engineering at Royal Military College. He was a captain teaching in the Civil EngineeringDepartment and the Fencing coach from 1981 and 1984. Jeff.Lamb@Dal.Ca
12238 Major Raymond William Stouffer (RMC ’79) is currently employed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at RMC. He graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in May 1979 with a Bachelors Degree (Honours) in History. Major Stouffer was employed in the military as an Air Force Transportation Officer and specialized in tactical and strategic air lift operations. He is a qualified C130 Hercules Loadmaster. Over the course of his career, Major Stouffer filled a number of command and staff positions within Air Command and National Defence Headquarters. His last tour in Ottawa was as a member of the ill-fated Strategic Airlift Project Office that was to select a new strategic transport aircraft for the Canadian Forces. In May 2000, Major Stouffer received his Masters Degree in War Studies from the Royal Military College (RMC). In September 2002 he enrolled as a full-time PhD student in the same programme at RMC.
His three areas of academic study include air power, Canadian defence policy and Canadian history. Major Stouffer successfully defended his PhD Thesis on January 28, 2005 and was awarded a Doctorate of Philosophy (War Studies) at the spring Convocation on May 20, 2005. Major Stouffer is married and has two children, Kimberley, aged 23, and Alexander, aged 18. Major Stouffers family lives in Orleans, Ontario. Ray.Stouffer@rmc.ca