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Charles A. Miller Jr. Distinguished Professorship in Mechanical Engineering

CHARLES A. MILLER, JR., A&S ’40, joined the Navy after graduating from Johns Hopkins University and rose to the rank of commander. On his return to his native Baltimore following World War II, Mr. Miller co-founded, in succession, three successful companies: Industrial Products, primarily a distributor of filter products for cars and industrial applications; Filterite, a manufacturer of industrial filters later bought by Brunswick, Inc.; and the Bank of Maryland Corporation. Prior to endowing this professorship, he and his wife, LOIS MILLER, funded the Charles A. Miller, Jr. Undergraduate Laboratory for Mechanical Engineering, located in Latrobe Hall. He was honored by the university Alumni Association with the Heritage Award in 1994 and the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2000. Mr. Miller passed away in 2009.