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Scott Small

Scott Small

He earned a 2005 mechanical engineering degree and a biomedical engineering master's in 2007, and currently serves as Engineering Director at Joint Replacement Surgeons of Indiana Research Foundation in Mooresville, IN.
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FIRST JOB AFTER ROSE-HULMAN?

Research intern with the Joint Replacement Surgeons of Indiana Research Foundation working to complete a study on bone loading after total knee arthroplasty.

MOST VALUABLE LESSON YOU LEARNED ON THAT JOB?

The most important aspect of quality work is being able to effectively communicate your results to other people.

MOST MEMORABLE ROSE-HULMAN PROFESSOR?

I was fortunate to be able to take two biomedical engineering courses with President Sam Hulbert during his last year at Rose-Hulman. His charisma made class fun and his passion for biomaterials and medical device design led me down the path to pursing biomedical engineering in graduate school.

IDEAL WEEKEND?

To take my family to Yellowstone National Park for a couple days to explore the geysers and watch the wildlife.

STAR TREK OR STAR WARS?

I haven’t seen either, but Lion King still holds a

WHAT IS THE NERDIEST THING YOU DO?

I love watching Netflix nature documentaries; particularly, the cheesy dramatizations about the world’s biggest, meanest, and deadliest snakes/fish/insects/parasites.

ADVICE TO INCOMING ROSE-HULMAN STUDENTS?

Make time to get involved in the community and build meaningful relationships.
Christine Bach

Christine

Chemical Engineering alumna who enjoys Star Trek and geocaching.

Andrew Jordan

Andrew

Mechanical Engineering alumnus with a passion for volunteer work and continuous learning.

Lauren Meadows

Lauren

Biomedical Engineering and Engineering Management alumna with a passion for travel.