Process Development Engineer, Eli Lilly and Company.
MOST VALUABLE LESSON YOU LEARNED ON THAT JOB?
I learned that the initiative and self-motivation that had been so important at Rose-Hulman was equally important in the workforce; you own your success.
MOST MEMORABLE ROSE-HULMAN PROFESSOR?
Tough question—so many! I would have to say Dr. Ron Artigue [Chemical Engineering], as he not only was a great professor in a classroom setting, but also clearly showed how much he cared about his students outside the classroom. I can't remember a single home basketball game that he wasn't in the stands rooting for us!
A mix including a lot of time with my family, some quiet/down time to read, and time with good friends ... including time outside in gorgeous weather, and a balance of active time and relaxation time. And definitely lots of wonderful food and wine throughout!
STAR TREK OR STAR WARS?
WHAT IS THE NERDIEST THING YOU DO?
I love Excel spreadsheets and use them in many aspects of my life, both professional and personal...even including planning details of vacations.
ADVICE TO INCOMING ROSE-HULMAN STUDENTS?
Definitely work hard and do your best to get the best grades possible, but balance that with enjoying time with friends and getting involved with an activity/club you're passionate about. The unique environment of RHIT is something you will not find anywhere else, and the friendships and memories from your Rose-Hulman days are something you will always treasure! Also, grades/book smarts are important, but combining that with leadership and strong communication skills is what is going to set you up for the most success in your career.
Chemical Engineering alumna who is bringing her love of engineering to the classroom.
Chemical Engineering alumna with her own company and a knack for assembling IKEA furniture.
Chemical Engineering alumnus with a career in law who still reads his old engineering textbooks.