Gary Havener, a 1962 graduate in mathematics, is the founder of several companies, with business dealings including real estate development and investment, refurbishing corporate jets, warehousing textbooks, designing and manufacturing antenna systems, and handling loans. He has served S&T on the Chancellor’s Leadership Academy, the Dean’s Advisory Council, the Dean’s Board of Visitors and the 15-member Advancing Excellence Campaign Steering Committee. The Havener Center on the Missouri S&T campus recognizes his generous contributions to the university.

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