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Daniel Buonadonna, ND '03: ENVIRONMENT
Daniel Buonadonna graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2003. He then served in the Peace Corps and now serves as the Regional Technology Lead with CH2M HILL.
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Alicia Czarnecki ND '17 ENVIRONMENT
Alicia Czarnecki '17 always knew she wanted to use her degree to help people. She decided to make South Bend her permanent home and is working on environmental and municipal improvements as an engineer for the City of South Bend.
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Daniel Surrett ND '06 ENGINEERING
From South Bend to the Big Apple, Daniel Surrett '06 has worked his way from the bottom to a senior associate position through hard work and an eagerness to learn on the job.
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Elyse Stachler, ND '13: MICROBIOLOGY
Elyse Stachler graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2013. She completed her graduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh, where she is currently a Ph.D. student.
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Emily Horton ND '16 ENGINEERING
Emily Horton was "greener than a blade of grass" when she started as a design engineer. Now, she has been able to work on exciting projects like the Texas High-Speed Rail system and the Plant Vogtle nuclear plant.
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Michael McLean ND '16 ENVIRONMENT
Michael McLean wasn't afraid to step outside his comfort zone after graduating. He moved to a new city different from anywhere he had lived before and took on a managerial role on his third day of work!
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Amy Schockling ND '15: ENVIRONMENT
Multiple internship experiences, including with the City of South Bend, helped guide 2015 graduate Amy Schockling to her current work as an engineer for the City of Madison Water Utility.
Located in Big Questions / Personal Stories
Portfolio of Jai Verma
Dr. Verma is a research assistant professor in Electrical Engineering at University of Notre Dame. His expertise lies in the epitaxy of bulk and heterojunction wide-bandgap semiconductors and analysis of their electronic, optical and structural properties. His current work explores novel band gap and polarization engineering for III-nitride based devices. He completed his bachelors from IIT Kanpur, India and thereafter pursued PhD from Notre Dame.
Located in Portfolios
From the Peace Corp to Environmental Engineer: A Q&A with Patricia Drummey-Steigel
Patricia Drummey-Stiegel graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering. From there she focused on environmental engineering in the Peace Corps, attended graduate school, and was hired by an environmental consulting firm.
Located in Our Stories
Missouri S&T Selects First Female Chancellor; ND Grad
From the January 19, 2012, issue of the News-Leader.com A former engineering dean at Boise State University in Idaho has been hired as the first female chancellor at Missouri University of Science and Technology, the school announced Thursday. Cheryl B. Schrader replaces John "Jack" Carney III, who retired last August after six years, overseeing the school's name change from the University of Missouri-Rolla. Schrader, 49, is an associate vice president for strategic research initiatives and former engineering dean at Boise State, where she has worked since 2003. She began her teaching career at Notre Dame, where she received master's and doctorate degrees, and later taught at Rice and the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2012