Clarkson alumnus, Steve Scherer ’69 – Grassy Waters Conservancy VP, reached out to our Career Services office to find help promoting the Conservancy’s efforts. Due to COVID-19 their web and social media support was significantly reduced. Student interns Cynthia Huerta ’23 and Isaac Choi ’22 kept the Conservancy’s website going […]
Conrad R. Hoffman ’53, a Chemical Engineer, worked for Union Carbide Inc. in the Battery Products Div. both domestically and internationally. His avocations included flying and flight instruction, amateur radio, motorcycles, sailboats, and even building a house. As an avid reader of thrillers, he decided to write his own, which […]
Mark Mininberg MBA ’20 for being productive during the Covid-19 lockdown by painting Warhammer miniatures. Mark was asked by the Master of the forge podcast (http://mastersoftheforge.com/2020/07/episode-145-indomitus-9th-edition-preview-flash-isode/) to paint some models that they got early as part of the Warhammer 40k Indominus box set. In the painting of said models for […]
John Kodumal (The Clarkson School alumnus) for his role in launching the next generation of start ups with Atlassian. Read more here: https://www.theage.com.au/business/small-business/atlassian-alumni-launch-next-generation-of-startups-20200731-p55hd0.html
Kurt recently joined Barton & Loguidice in their Facilities Practice Area as Senior Managing Engineer in the firm’s Syracuse, NY office. He has nearly 20 years of experience in quality review, HVAC analysis, system selection and presentation, project execution & planning, construction support, peer review and proposal development.
Matthew was one of 17 young professionals honored by FuzeHub in their second-annual Millennials in Manufacturing Awards, which celebrates young professionals who are doing their part to strengthen New York State’s manufacturing industry. Matthew is a Chief Engineer at LC Drives’ Machines. Honickman’s contributions to LC Drives enables the manufacturing […]
Philip Parr ’62 ’65 recently shared his story of how he became a painter. Engineer-Painter When you become a engineer, you learn an ancient saying: “A good engineer knows what he knows, and knows what he doesn’t know.” It sounds frivolous, but you will soon become acquainted with fellows who […]
Sean T. Bennett ’92, EdD, for recently being appointed vice president for diversity and inclusion at Salem State University. Read more here.
Henry (Hank) Okraski ’58, is Chairman of the National Center for Simulation’s (NCS) Education & Workforce Development Committee. In February 2020, he organized a Team Orlando Modeling & Simulation Student Day that featured high school and technical school students demonstrating Modeling and Simulation (M&S) projects that are of interest to […]
Eric Moody ’13 for recently receiving his license as a Professional Engineer in New York State by fulfilling the education, examination and experience requirements. He has been promoted to Project Engineer at Barton & Loguidice.