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Alumni On the Move

Andrew Davis (SWE): Submitted a portion of his work on a term project last fall semester to a Department of Energy contest and won two out of the four contest categories. Andrew’s entry targeted the information category, for which his project was judged the winner by a panel of expert judges and winner of the popular opinion vote. Andrew won a $7,500 prize and his work is being showcased in the DOE headquarters in DC.
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Devin Morelli (ENM): Has accepted a position at Spansion Semi-conductors here in south Austin. Devin reports that this is his first job since leaving the Navy and completing the ENM program in 2014. The company is putting Devin through a 13-month rotational training program prior to being placed in the division that best suits his strengths.


Sarah Earl (ENM): Moved to a new position following graduation last year as Engineering Services Team Leader at Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP, the company’s largest domestic facility. Sarah manages the facility’s in-house, 3rd party engineering groups and credits the ENM program with preparing her to make the move.


Gerardo Teutti (ENM): Relocated to California while enrolled in the program in order to accept a position as Engineering and Technical Compliance Manager at UTC Aerospace Systems.


Benjamin Carroll (ENM): Is now Senior Mechanical Engineer at National Instruments.


Jay Jayatheerthan (ENM): Has accepted a position as Software Engineer at Intel Corporation.


Ulises Reyes (SWE): Has been hired as Director of Engineering at DataRobot.


Yi-Cheng Chung (ENM): Left Austin for the Bay Area and a new position as Field Application Engineer (FAE) in the Solar Energy Power Department of Delta Electronics headquarters. Delta Electronics is a $7 billion annual revenue company.


Michael Lambert (ENM): Has moved to a new position as Director of Education Services at ShoreTel.


Susan Fraser (ENM): Was promoted last year by planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) to team leader. Fraser, who will lead the firm’s transportation team in Austin, will be responsible for the management, operations and growth of LAN’s transportation practice in the region.


Srdan Zirojevic (SWE): Is now Software Engineer at Facebook.


Katherine Toon (ENM): Has been promoted to Engineering Subsystem Manager at NASA.


Kamil Cirak (ENM): Has joined Saipem as Construction Manager. Saipem is one of the world’s largest engineering and construction companies, serving primarily the oil & gas, refining and petrochemical markets as well as a number of diversified industrial ones, such as environment, infrastructure, marine terminals, etc.


Bryan Massie (ENM): Has joined Lockheed Martin as Business Analytics Specialist Senior Staff.


Laura LeBoeuf (ENM): Has been promoted to Vice President of Quality, Regulatory and Clinical Affairs at Austin-based Apollo Endosurgery.


Pheba Phillips (ENM): Was promoted to Senior Quality Engineer M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.


Thomas Chiang (ENM): Has a new assignment as manufacturing producibility lead for Bell helicopter's V-280 Valor. The new rotorcraft is being developed in a bid for the U.S. Army's Future Vertical Lift program. Thomas will be traveling to London in March to speak at the Inside 3D Printing conference.

Thomas will be presenting an adaptation of his masters project, which he also presented at the Solid Freeform Symposium last August. Professor Phil Dickens from the University of Nottingham also attended that event and invited Thomas to speak on the same subject at the UK conference.

Feb 2015

Program Announcements In the News Congrats Upcoming Short Courses Job Posting

Info Sessions

Did you know we are now holding information sessions online, as well as onsite? You can now help support your program from the comfort of your desk! Students and alumni from outside the Austin area are also invited to participate.

Sign up for one of our upcoming interactive online sessions:

> March 12 @ 12:15pm
> April 07 @ 12:15pm
> May 06 @ 12:15pm
> June 04 @ 12:15pm

Your Feedback

Have an idea or opinion you’d like to share on our growing alumni network?

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