'Career Night' showcases engineering and computer science jobs


More than 160 guests--the largest number of visitors in the event's history--attended a career night hosted by the Office of Admissions and Orientation and the College of Engineering and Computer Science inside the Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems Building on Wednesday, Nov. 17.

The free event allowed nearly 90 prospective students to learn about career opportunities in the fields of engineering and computer science.

Alumni and current UM-Dearborn students were on hand to give presentations about careers opportunities and trends as well as talk about the various student organizations and honor societies related to engineering and computer science.

The alums and student presenters were:

Kelly Lagerman
Metallurgical Services Engineer, Mill Steel Company
B.S.E. in Industrial and Systems Engineering

Jim Szymusiak
Product Engineer, Tenneco
B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering

Andrew Toy
Software Engineer, Ford Motor Company
B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering

UM-Dearborn Senior Design Team (iPhone App)
Computer and Information Science Majors
Cardi DeMonaco
David Supplee
Randy Foster
Trevor Tabaka
Mike Girard
Tony Tamouch

To see additional photos from the event, visit the Office of Admissions and Orientation website.

Photos by Jim Shearer and Andrew Toy.

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