Stanley Mumma, Ph.D., P.E.
Stanley Mumma, Ph.D., P.E., is a BSME graduate of the University of Cincinnati, and a MS and Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Illinois. Currently he is Professor Emeritus, department of Architectural Engineering at Penn State University. Between his undergraduate and graduate work (1966-1969), he was a project engineer with the General Motors Corporation. Prior to his career at Penn State which started in 1984, he served on the faculties at Ohio State University and Arizona State University. He is a registered professional engineer in 3 states, with approximately 40 years of design and research experience. He is an ASHRAE Distinguished Fellow and a recipient of several Society awards, including the E. K. Campbell Award of Merit in recognition of outstanding service and achievement in teaching; the Willis H. Carrier Best Paper Award; and the Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Mumma is currently one of the Society’s Distinguished Lecturers. He joined ASHRAE as a graduate student in 1970 and has since served on numerous committees, including Chair of R&T, Chair of TC 6.7, Tech. Council, Publishing Council, Standards, Program, Scholarship Trustees, and the ASHRAE Learning Institute. Additionally, Dr. Mumma has published nearly 100 technical papers and articles.