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Panelist #5 Coming Soon!
Panelist #5 Coming Soon!
Samantha is currently working as a Product Engineer at Acumed, a company that produces medical device and orthopaedic solutions, in their Sustaining department. She graduated from Oregon State as a Bioengineer in 2017 and recently graduated from the University of Portland with her Masters of Biomedical Engineering. During her undergraduate studies she participated in two internships, one at OHSU and the other at Qorvo in Bend, OR. Before joining Acumed in her current position, during her graduate studies Samantha’s master’s project consisted of developing a non-invasive and quantitative pediatric hydration monitor with two Doernbecher ER physicians that is currently being used in clinical trials. She also interned at Micro Systems Engineering/Biotronik working on spinal cord stimulation clinical studies. As a student, Samantha was involved in a range of student organizations including BMES, SWE, CBEE student club, and she worked in the Women and Minorities in Engineering Department.
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Please keep a look out for the next ENGINEERING+ event!
OSU Engineering graduates are full of wisdom and eager to share their college experiences and early-career advice with you. What classes did they take? What did they do for an internship? How did they get where they are now? How did they choose their area of engineering?
In each session, hear from five dynamic College of Engineering alumni who have graduated recently. Find support for managing college life and the transition from education to industry, plus insights on internships, mentoring and job opportunities.
Lay the groundwork for your success in the classroom and beyond by attending this free opportunity.
Claire is a 2017 MIME graduate who majored in energy systems engineering with minor in business & entrepreneurship.
Claire is currently a project engineer at Cascade Energy. Her role involves identifying, quantifying and verifying energy efficiency opportunities at industrial sites as a contractor for utility incentive programs. She performs analyses and data collection, writes technical reports and manages customer relationships.
Gufran is a 2017 industrial engineering major with a business focus. She is currently a project engineer at Honeywell Process Automation Solutions and has a number of professional certificates and trainings to her name.
Annika is a 2012 graduate with B.A. in Biochemistry, minor in environmental studies and B.S. in Civil Engineering. Annika currently works as a restoration engineer at ICF; P.E. (Civil, Water Resources) in California, Oregon and Washington, and is a certified floodplain manager; project engineer for river and wetland restoration planning, design and implementation across the West Coast.
Tim is a 2019 mechanical engineering graduate and also holds a degree in business. Currently, he is a footwear design engineer at Nike in Beaverton, Oregon. In his role at Nike, he is responsible for the design, scale and commercialization of the future of Nike Air products. Shoes that his team has recently worked on include the Air Max 270, Lebron 17, Kevin Durant 12 and VaporMax. Prior to Nike, Tim was on a seven-episode television show where contestants competed to design a golf driver for Wilson Sporting Goods. He finished second place in the competition. In his time at OSU, Tim co-founded and led the Sports Product Development Club, which is currently active. Tim's sister is a current OSU student and both of his parents are OSU alumni as well.
Nico is a 2014 mechanical engineering graduate. His current role is Mechanical Design Plant Engineer (Power Supply Engineering Services). In his role, Nico helps povide sound and cost-effective design improvements and engineering solutions to complex mechanical problems at thermal, hydro, and wind plants.
Nico also co-presented at a Water Environment Federation (WEF) conference in 2018 regarding the energy efficiency work he had done with Clean Water Services. He is currently assisting with the construction of the 'Faraday Repower' project which is a rebuild of our Faraday hydroelectric powerplant.
He currently works as a planner - facility asset management at Walt Disney World. In his role, he is the owner's representative & project manager of design and construction projects at the Walt Disney World Resort, focusing on renovations of existing assets.
She currently works at 3D Metals R&D Engineer. Her role consists of developing processes that will help optimize their printing performance and integrating new materials into their printing system.
Lauren has been able to work in many different roles during her first few years out of school, ranging from continuous improvement, to supervision of seventy direct reports, to product customization and development. These opportunities have given her the chance to hone in her skills as an engineer in many different ways, which in turn allowed her to become more adaptive, efficient and knowledgeable in the industry.
Previously intern (15 months) in global procurement at Genentech (South San Francisco). Also previously (three months) in process development at Pfizer (New York, New York).
Some fun facts about his work:
Has done site work at a gold and antimony mine
Conducted computer modeling of airplane traffic at an airport
Certified by the EPA to visually inspect air emissions and have to “re-calibrate my eyes” twice per year.
She volunteered at an event encouraging high schoolers to pursue STEM careers by doing an online safety and security presentation, as well as participating in a panel discussion.
Currently, he's providing engineering support services during construction for a SEM tunnel in downtown San Diego and project management for smaller ongoing design projects in the SF Bay Area. Past work has included, but is not limited to, design for infrastructure and private tunnel excavations and microtunnel applications, writing tunnel feasibility reports, and preparing geotechnical data and baseline reports for various projects.
Dalton was an additive manufacturing rotation program participant. and is attending graduate school while working full time. At OSU, he was involved in ASME and was a COE Ambassador.
Michael was formerly the thermal analyst for the GEM 63 rocket motor, the new Atlas V Booster. He is also the co-author on JANNAF paper for an improved method of solid rocket motor internal insulation decomposition modeling and led a group of analysts in AFRL solid rocket motor modelling and simulation advancement efforts.
At OSU, Michael was involved in AIAA, ASHRAE and greek life and now lives in Salt Lake City.