STAT hosts breakfast for alumni

Before the Spring Career Fair began, alumni recruiters were treated to a continental breakfast courtesy of the Miner Alumni Association, Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) and Engineers Without Borders.

Attendees included:
William Dee Atkins, CpE’05, MS CpE’07; David Barnard, ME’08; Gayle Marie Beh, ChE’87; Joshua Boeckmann, CE’09; Gabe Anthony Brueggemann, IS&T’05; Eric Bryan Buchanan, ChE’99; Danielle A. Clayton, EE’08; Scott D. Clodfelter, ChE’04; Robert A. Copeland, MinE’09; Katherine Ann Dambach, ME’06; Sean Michael Dowell, CpE’06; Huong Jasmine Ehrhardt, BAdm’04; Shawnna Louise Erter, GeoE’00; Jeffery Stephen Green, AE’06; Josh Matthew Horton, EE’99; John Steven Huhman, ChE’04; Craig Kevin Kaibel, GeoE’03, MS GeoE’04; Brian David Kulifay, CpE, EE’07; Paul M. Langenfeld, ME’84, MS EMgt’96; Dennis Wayne Linck, EE’85; Don L. Lininger, CE’88; Roger Lee Madry, Jr., ME’98; Kenneth Michael Martinez, MetE’95, MS MetE’97; Matthew Scott McCray, CE’05; Kevin J. McDaniel, PetE’10; Kevin J. McEnery, EE’86; Brian G. Mitchell, PetE’86; Benjamin J. Murrell, CSci’09; Megan Maureen Pardeck, ChE’02; Jeffrey William Porter, CerE’90; Garrett C Prestegard, EnvE’07; Michael Geratt Ptasznik, AE’07; Kyle S. Rackers, MetE’08; Mario Andres Ray, Jr., ME’98; Laurie Reese, EE’99; Anja Schlagel, CE’03; Jared B. Schoen, MinE’10; Caitlin J. Schuermann, EE’08; Jay Cecil Smith, CSci’07; Michael J. Stringer, CE’79; Richard Emil Szevery, MetE’02; Shannon Michael Todd, GeoE’99; Nicholas Joseph Toeller, EMgt’07; Jonathan Roger Syler Van Houten, CpE’03, MS CpE’04; Samuel J. Vance, CE’09; John F. Voss, EMgt’85; Justin T. Voss, CSci’10; Kristen Lynn Walters, ME’95; Matthew J. Ward, CE’09; Wayne Allen Weber, GeoE’95; Jon Thomas Zakrzewski, EE’98

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