Here is a list of current job opportunities:
1. Module Engineer at University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado
2. Mechanical Energy Engineer with CH2M Hill in Knoxville, Tennessee
3. Project Engineer with NiSource in Valparaiso, Indiana
4. Assistant Professorship in Logistics Engineering at Jacobs University Bremen in Bremen, Germany
5. Mechanical Engineer at Apache, Inc. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
6. Network Security Principal Engineer with Verizon in Branchburg, New Jersey
7. Project Engineer / Manager at NLine Energy, Inc. in California
8. RF/Antenna Engineer with RMX Technologies in Knoxville, Tennessee
9. Sr. Field Engineer II at Raytheon in Oahu, Hawaii
A press release from Global Engineering News announced that Parson Brinckerhoff has hired Wendy A. Harper, WV B ’00, as a supervising engineer. “She will supervise engineering teams working on bridge design and rehabilitation projects in Lexington, Kentucky.” Harper previously worked as a bridge design engineer for GRW Engineers. She currently serves as an advisor to the Kentucky Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi and as a TBP Engineering Futures Facilitator.
The first doctorate program in aerospace engineering in the state of Utah will begin welcoming students this fall. The Ph.D. program at Utah State University (USU) in the College of Engineering will begin this fall semester. According to the article from KSL TV (UT), “the program will focus on the design, development and testing of rockets, spacecraft, airplanes and missiles.”
Associate professor at USU David K. Geller, Ph.D. (UT G ’82), spoke about the opportunities the new Ph.D. program can create. “Given the large concentration of aerospace industries in Utah, USU graduates with a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering will clearly be first in line to fill these available high-paying positions, keeping home-grown talent close to home,” Dr. Geller said.