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2017 Kansas State University College of Engineering Hall of Fame recipient

M.A. "Meg" Yaege, Manhattan, is a 1979 and 1984 graduate of Kansas State University with bachelor's and master's degrees, respectively, in mechanical engineering. She also has a master's degree in business administration from Tulsa University. Yaege is a retired executive with ConocoPhillips, with her most recent position being president of ConcoPhillips Pipe Line Co. She began her career with ARCO Pipeline Co. in Independence, Kansas, in 1979, holding positions of increasing responsibility in New Mexico and Texas before transferring to Alaska in 1991 as vice president of engineering and operations for ARCO Transportation Co. She also held positions with Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. and ARCO Alaska. In 1997 she was appointed president of ARCO Alaska Pipelines; and in 2000 was named vice president, Greater Prudhoe Area team for Phillips Alaska Inc. and president of Phillips Alaska Pipelines, subsidiaries of Phillips Petroleum Co. She was appointed president of ConcoPhillips Pipe Line Co. in 2005; she retired in 2009.