Here is a list of current job opportunities:
1. Sr Resource Planner at Modesto Irrigation District in Modesto, California
2. Engineer, Staff Pipeline Integrity with Enterprise Products in Houston, Texas
3. Dean, College of Engineering & Applied Science at the University of Colorado Denver
4. Sr Electrical Engineer – Digital Hardware Circuit Design with Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
5. Mechanical Engineer PE at Clark Nexsen in Raleigh, North Carolina
6. Sr Process/ Chemical Engineer at International Finance Corp. in Istanbul, Turkey
7. Student Employee – PDU Critical Power at Electric Power Research Institute in Knoxville, Tennessee
8. Systems Engineer II / Anti-Tamper with Raytheon in El Segundo, California
9. Assistant Professor of Engineering – Robotics at Oakland University in Michigan
Two Tau Bates were recently selected for the 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division II Football team. Click here for the All-America Division II Football first, second, and third teams.
Caleb A. Courkamp – CO A 2016, graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines and first team Academic All-American. He is a strong safety on the football team. Courkamp is a two-time RMAC First-Team All-Academic pick, 2015 NFFCC Academic All-Colorado First-Team selection, and is pursuing his master’s degree in engineering and technology management.
Colin G. Peter – CO A 2017, is a junior mechanical engineering major at the Colorado School of Mines and second team Academic All-American. He is an offensive lineman on the football team. Peter is an honorable mention All-RMAC honoree, three-time RMAC Academic Honor Roll member, and 2015 NFFCC Academic All-Colorado First-Team selection.
Howard University profiled Mohsen Mosleh, Ph.D. (DC A ’86), for being named a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). According to the news article, Dr. Mosleh is one of only 3,500 of ASME’s 103,000 members to received this citation.
He is currently the director of the graduate program in the department of mechanical engineering and is an associate dean of research in the College of Engineering and Architecture. Dr. Mosleh’s work has focused on surface and interface science and engineering, a specialization with important implications for manufacturing, design, and energy use.