Cynthia Meeusen

Cynthia Meeusen

Hometown:
Boulder, CO
Major:
Biosystems Engineering

Shelley Crawford

Shelley Crawford

Hometown:
Jackson, MI
Major:
Biosystems Engineering

Engineering is a great way to truly make a difference in the world.

Philip L. Fioravante

Philip L. Fioravante

Hometown:
Beverly Hills, MI
Major:
Applied Engineering Sciences

Focus on fundamentals, seek out internships, establish mentors and networking opportunities in various industries

Daniel Brouse

Daniel Brouse

Hometown:
Haslett, Michigan
Major:
Applied Engineering Sciences

Betty Shanahan

Betty Shanahan

Hometown:
Chicago, IL
Major:
Electrical Engineering

Engineers bring us everything from the basic necessities of life...to products that improve our quality of life...

John J. Webb

John J. Webb

Hometown:
Brooklyn, NY
Major:
Mechanical Engineering

Your degree should be a springboard, not a cage. It should launch you in a certain direction, but allow you to alter the course

Maura McDonald

Maura McDonald

Hometown:
West Bloomfield, MI
Major:
Applied Engineering Sciences

I think seeking improvement is part of human nature and engineers get to be right in the middle of it all!

Nicole Danielson-Bartelt

Nicole Danielson-Bartelt

Hometown:
River Falls, WI
Major:
Environmental Engineering

[Civil Engineering] work varies widely—from air pollution control to designing/building bridges. The possibilities are endless.

Kristin Zimmerman

Kristin Zimmerman

Hometown:
Traverse City, MI
Major:
Engineering Mechanics, PhD

An engineering degree opens all doors to employment …across almost every discipline…

Jeff Schmitz

Jeff Schmitz

Hometown:
Sterling Heights, MI
Major:
Mechanical Engineering

A few things [that inspired me to become an engineer]: 1) A love of Lego as a child 2) A love of science 3) Really good at math