1998 WISE ALUMNI
Ayres -- Now that I
have received my M.S. in M.E. from Stanford, I am working for the USDOT
in Cambridge, MA, doing research and field testing in support of the
Intelligent Vehicle Initiative. Loretta and Melissa, I see why you guys
liked Boston so much. I had a wonderful drive across country this
spring, when I stopped in Denver and met up with future Time Magazine
Man of the Year Dan "DC" Stiles. Glad everyone is doing well.
Syronna Brown -- I
received my MBA in Engineering Management. (7/03) Currently in Phoenix,
Arizona, working for General Dynamics as Project Leader for the Rescue
21 Program. If any of you are ever in the Valley...get up with me.
Henderson -- I'm currently at Kansas State working on my
Master's in Nuclear Engineering, and recently bought a house in
Manhattan. So, if you find yourself driving through the area stop by and
pay a visit. (02/07)
I finished law school in May 2005 and I am now a patent attorney with a
large law firm in Atlanta. Give me a
ring if you're ever in Hotlanta! (11/06)
(Hawkes) McHugh -- Loretta is a quality engineer with
Quality Engineer, with Henke Sass Wolf of America, Inc. based in
Connecticut. Her latest update: "Evan and I had a baby girl,
Margaret, on February 18th, 2007. We are having a great time with little
Maggie. Send me an email if you would like a link to her website!"
Henderson -- Resigned from the Navy at the end of April,
and back at Kansas State working on my Masters in Nuclear Engineering. [webpage]
Lester -- reports "I'm finishing up my
masters at Georgia Tech this fall and will hopefully be clerking for a
law firm here in Atlanta until I start law school fall of 2002. I'm also
busy planning my wedding which will be June 2002 in Hawaii!"
(7/01) Ken Kirschner and I were married this summer in Hawaii in
an absolutely beautiful ceremony! I've since started law school at
Georgia State University and I'm hoping it through my first year alive.
I can't wait to see everyone this summer at the "reunion"!
Jeff Meagher -- is working as a research
assistant for Rep. Tom Daschle (D-SD). Jeff attended UVa, receiving a BS in ChemE
with a minor in government. For the past year, he has been with ICF Consulting in Fairfax,
-- I am living in Courthouse working for AMS in
Fairfax. Things are going well. (08/01)
Rhoads -- reports: Married to Vivian Sobral 12/5/00. Working
for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Expect to get a Masters in
Applied Physics/Optics 5/2002. Will be a participant in the National Academies Internship
program summer of 2001, working in Georgetown. (5/01) Vivian and I will
be moving to Austin, TX. YeeHawww! She will be starting a 2 year MBA
program at University of Texas at Austin. (8/02)
Attending the University of Chicago MBA program. Expected graduation
Dan Stiles -- Married
Kristen (fellow CSU Ram) in August 2003. (1/04) 8 years already?!? We
need to get together again soon! I am currently practicing law in Denver
in the areas of public law, corporate and securities. Hope you are all
Wolf Yeigh: Hey
WISE-people, Greetings! Keeping up with the tradition of moving every
four years, I left my position as Assistant Provost for Science and
Technology at Yale in July, 2003 and took a new position as Dean of Parks
College of Engineering and Aviation at Saint Louis University.
It’s great to be back in engineering and getting reacquainted with
aviation. The new job is great, and Sandy and I both enjoy St. Louis
very much. Come visit, and I’d love to hear what you guys are up to
Zoltowksi -- graduated in 1999 from Suny-Buffalo with
degrees in civil engineering and German and is currently working for Proctor & Gamble
in Baltimore, Maryland (11/00)
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