Archives for November 2010

Jane Theresa Diecker

Once a shy teenager, Jane Theresa Diecker, NucE’03, today argues the case for increased nuclear energy in the United States.

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Nathan Eloe

Nathan Eloe, CSci’10, Phys’10, spent his summer working for Google — from Rolla, Mo.

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Rachel Grodsky

Why she does it: Rachel Grodsky, CerE’06, wants more girls to get involved in math and science because it’s a great career for her. She’s an engineering process supervisor for Honeywell FM&T in Kansas City, Mo., managing a team of 25.

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Will Kirby

Most people would provide a list of adjectives when describing themselves. Will Kirby, ArchE’08, CE’08, on the other hand, provides a statement: “On the move.”

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Paul and Kristine Hamilton

As students, Paul and Kristine Hamilton participated in Engineers Without Borders. Paul, CE’09, traveled to Guatemala with EWB, while Kristine, ChE’09, went to Bolivia.

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Michael Lancey

Looks good on a resume: Michael Lancey, ArchE’06, was the on-site project engineer for the construction of the new Yankee Stadium, a $1.3 billion project in the Bronx, N.Y. Engineering services were provided by Lancey’s employer at the time, Thornton Tomasetti, a firm that specializes in high-rise buildings and sports venues.

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Sarah Klein

Best part of her job: As an actuary, Sarah Klein, Math’03, assesses financial risk and consults with companies on their employee benefit plans, specifically their pharmacy benefits.

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Joseph Liefer

Missouri S&T is known for preparing students to be motivated, driven and successful leaders. Joseph Liefer, ME’06, is no exception.

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Alexandria Merritt

If not for a conversation with her best friend during her junior year in high school, Alexandria Merritt, ME’03, is not sure what professional path she would have pursued.

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Jake Midkiff

Why Peace Corps: Jake Midkiff, GeoE’06, worked in consulting for three years after graduating from S&T, but he was never able to duplicate the sense of accomplishment he felt while working with Engineers Without Borders and Curt Elmore, GeoE’86.

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