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Graduate Profiles

  • Sarah J. Guske, '01, was recognized as the outstanding senior in the electrical engineering program at Washington State University, Pullman. She also received the Kolhauff Scholarship and the Boeing Scholarship while she was enrolled. Guske is currently studying Intellectual Property Law and Patent Law at UC Davis.

  • Peter D. Little, '01, received the Moles' Award in Civil Engineering from Columbia University which is a named award and top honor given to the student "whose academic achievement and enthusiastic application show outstanding promise of personal development leading to a career in construction engineering and management." Little is currently working in the Bay Area and is active in Engineering Ministries International, providing engineering services to people in the developing world.

  • Paul Morris, '92, is currently an engineer with The Boeing Co. Paul is working on the company's role in Sea Launch, the world's only ocean-based launch services company. Sea Launch provides commercial satellite customers the most direct and cost-effective route to geosynchronous transfer orbit. Morris frequently visits the Sea Launch equatorial launch site to support analytical and physical spacecraft integration and overall mission operations.

  • Nathan Mullen, '03, received a Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) Scholarship that provides his tuition payment at Portland State University. Mullen currently works part-time and during the summer for the BPA while he finishes his studies.

  • Nichol Pettis, '04, is a senior at Washington University in St. Louis working towards a degree in chemical engineering. Pettis received the Harold P. Brown Engineering Fellowship, which provides full tuition as well as $3,000 per year stipend. Only two of these fellowships are awarded to undergraduates each year by a national competition.