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Alumni in Engineering

In recent years, most Knox students in dual-degree engineering programs have gone to Columbia University, the University of Illinois, or to Washington University in St. Louis, where Knox ranks in the top five institutions in the country in the number of engineering students accepted. Among Knox graduates with careers in engineering are the following:

Mechanical Engineer, Boeing Corporation, Seattle, Washington. Christin Datz '06. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Washington University.

Graduate Student, Ph.D. Program in Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Raja Timihiri '12. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Washington University.

Assistant Manager, Intel Corporation, Folsom, California. Fasil Bekele '84. Physics major. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

Software Developer, JAMF Software, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Jon Pierce-Ruhland '12. Physics and Computer Science major.

Senior Utility Consultant, Burns & McDonnell, Kansas City, Missouri. Lucas McIntosh '99. Physics major and Dual-Degree Engineering Program.

Electrical Consulting Engineer, Environmental Systems Design, Chicago, Illinois. Soe Myint '09. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Washington University.

Wetlands Scientist, Civil Engineering, Manhard Consulting, Ltd., Lombard, Illinois. Mary Tibbets '06. Conservation Biology (Independent major).

Product Engineer, Johnson Controls, Basildon, Essex, United Kingdom. Samuel Kusi '08. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Columbia University.

Architect, Leo Daly Co., Omaha, Nebraska. Bradley Milton '78. Mathematics major . Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, '79.

Engineer, Menlo Systems Ultrafast Lasers, Newton, New Jersey. Jason Reeves '04. Physics major. Ph.D. in Physics, SUNY-Stony Brook.

Graduate Student, Civil Engineering, University of Illinois. Brian Durrall.

Project Leader, Dow Chemical Co., Freeport, Texas. John Bieser '79. Chemistry major. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, '79.

Mechanical Engineer, Cobham Mission Systems, Davenport, Iowa. Aaron Kimball '06. Physics major.

Electrical Engineer, Motorola Inc., Northbrook, Illinois. Jim Uemura '96. Physics major. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois, '96.

Engineer, Patrick Engineering, Lisle, Illinois. Eric Carlson '96. Physics major. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Illinois, '97.

Chemical Engineer, Conoco, Inc., Houston, Texas. Ronnette Gomora-Jones '82. Chemistry major. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, '84.

Process Engineer, Simons-Eastern Consultants, Inc., Decatur, Georgia. Joseph Klosinski '86. Chemistry major. B.achelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, '86.

Associate Engineer, Phillips Petroleum, Borger, Texas. Jan Estal Maberry '81. Chemistry major. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, '82.

Engineer, Hamilton Sundstrand, Byron, Illinois. Shawn Reynolds '00. Physics major.

Laboratory Technician, CleanAir Engineering, Chicago, Illinois. Daniel Nunez '04. Chemistry major.

Engineer, John Deere Harvester Works, Coal Valley, Illinois. Netza Portillo '67. Physics major.

Engineer, Caterpillar, Inc., Cumming, Georgia. Stephen Singer '86. Chemistry major.

Consulting Nuclear Specialist, Sargent & Lundy LLC., Downers Grove, Illinois. Douglas Cole '74. Chemistry major.

Nuclear Engineer, U.S. Department of Energy, Idaho Falls, Idaho. Jolene Robinson Seitz '85. Physics major and Dual-Degree Program in Engineering.

Mechanical Engineer, Abbott Laboratories, Lake Bluff, Illinois. Robert Nelson '81. Physics major.

Civil Engineer, Illinois Department of Transportation, Peoria, Illinois. Michael Lewis '86. Physics major, Dual-Degree Program in Engineering. Bachelor of Science in Engineering, University of Missouri Rolla.

Engineer, KFNS 590AM, St. Louis, Missouri. Edward Rowe '03. Anthropology and Sociology major.

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