Alumni Page

Faculty-Member -in-Residence

Robert Goulard, Ph.D.
George Washington Univ.

1993 Alumni

Lloyd Burnham
(IES/Univ. of Delaware)

Prabal Chakrabarti
(IEEE/Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Martin Chernoff
(ASTM/Case Western)

Brian Grelk
(ANS/Kansas State)

Chet Hammil
(IEEE/Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Michelle Munson
(AIChE/Kansas State)

Juliana Silvers Stockwell
(AIChE/Clarkson)

Kevin Soo Hoo
(ANS/Santa Clara)

Mark Utz
(SAE/Cedarville)

Chris Van Leuvan
(NSPE/Rochester)

Sara Vida
(ASME/Kansas State)

Jennifer Winn
(SAE/Brown)

Eric Yamada
(SAE/Santa Clara)

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1993 WISE ALUMNI
Bulletin Board

Prabal Chakrabarti : Graduate study at MIT, Technology and Policy Program. 1997 Marshall Scholarship at the University of Oxford. U.S. Treasury Economist (1999-2001). Ernst & Young's Center for Business Innovation (2001-2003).  Currently Vice President for Research at the  Initiative for a Competitive Inner City in Boston, MA. I also do some international development consulting work. (1/04)

Martin Chernoff:  Married to Lisa Rosenblatt on June 18, 2000.  Received PhD in Chemical Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University November 2001. Currently employed as a Chemical Engineer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Indian Head, MD. (1/03)

Juliana Silvers Stockwell: After graduating from Clarkson U., ChE, moved to Denver and worked for an environmental engineering firm as a processes engineer. Graduated from USC in 1999, MBA specialization in Operations Management. Worked for several years as a software applications consultant for SAP. Now, living in Italy w/my husband and 3 year old son. Would love to hear from you! (1/06)

Calling all 1993 WISE Alumni.  Let us know what you're up to.  You can use our on-line update form.

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