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Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

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3 (Of the Many!) Ways Our Grads Are Finding Success After Knox

1. Some are furthering their education.

  • Bachelor of Applied Science, Mathematics and Computer Science Majors, Washington University. Wenzhen Zhu '16 (math major, computer science and physics minors).
  • Electrical Engineering Major, Energy Minor, Washington University. Phongkiet Sisaikeo '15 (physics major, math minor, dual-degree engineering program)
  • Mechanical Engineering Major, Washington University. Andrew Sparrow '15 (physics major).
  • Ph.D. student, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Raja Timihiri '12 (bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Washington University).

2. Some are engineers.

  • Machine Learning Engineer, Nexosis. Ryan West '14 (bachelor of science in systems engineering from Washington University).
  • Software Engineer, Garmin. Jon Pierce-Ruhland '12. (physics and computer science major).
  • Structural/Mechanical Engineer, Nooter/Eriksen. Amy Miller '12 (bachelor of science in civil engineering from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville)
  • Electrical Engineer, Johnson Controls. Samuel Kusi '08 (bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Columbia University).
  • Product Development Engineer, Boeing. Christin Datz '06 (physics major).
  • Mechanical Engineer, Cobham Mission Systems. Aaron Kimball '06 (physics major).
  • Nuclear Engineer, U.S. Department of Energy. Jolene Robinson Seitz '85 (physics major, dual-degree program in engineering).
  • Process Engineer, Odessa/Midland. Jan Estal Maberry '81 (chemistry major, bachelor of science in chemical engineering from Washington University).

3. Some are in management.

  • Utility Consultant & Project Manager, Burns & McDonnell. Lucas McIntosh '99 (physics major, dual-degree engineering program).
  • Director of Technology, Continental AG. Jim Uemura '96 (physics major, bachelor of science in electrical engineering from University of Illinois).
  • GT Technical Leader, General Electric Energy. Joseph Klosinski '86 (chemistry major, bachelor of science in chemical engineering from Washington University).
  • Partner Manager - Global Alliances and Channels, MicroStrategy. Fasil Bekele '84 (physics major, bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Washington University).
  • Project Manager, Architect, Aspen Consulting. Bradley Milton '78 (mathematics major, bachelor of science in civil engineering from Washington University).

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Printed on Tuesday, July 17, 2018