The future looks bright

Seventy-four engineering and computer science students received diplomas during the May 11 commencement ceremony on campus. Their futures look bright with impressive job and graduate school opportunities. Check out where some of them are going next.

  • Stephen Berner, BSCE ’14, accepted a position at Engineering Associates Inc. in Wooster, Ohio.
  • Katherine Bowman, BSCE ’14, accepted a position with the Ohio Department of Transportation in Dublin, Ohio.
  • Joshua Bryan, BSCE ’14, will work for his family’s business, Bryan Materials Group, in Pittsburgh.
  • Lauren Claus, BSME ’14, will attend graduate school at the University of Michigan, studying naval architecture.
  • Jamie Garbash, BSCE ’14, accepted a position as a field engineer for Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania.
  • Thomas Gresavage, BSME ’14, will attend graduate school for his master’s degree in mathematics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  • Evan McKee, BSME ’14, will attend graduate school at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, studying biomedical engineering.
  • Peter Minidis, BSME ’14, accepted a position at Codonics Inc. in Middleburg Heights, Ohio.
  • Jonathan Schroeder, BSCPE ’14, and Matthew Zirkle, BSCPE ’14, both accepted positions at EPIC Systems, a health care software company in Verona, Wis.
  • Erin Radigan, BS ’14, accepted a position at Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio.
  • Michael Sunyak, BSEE ’14, accepted a position at Garmin International Inc. in Olathe, Kan.
  • Kevin Thayer, BSME ’14, accepted a position at Emerson Climate Controls in Sidney, Ohio.