Alumni Outcomes

Our program alumni have gone on to successful careers in engineering, healthcare, and law.  Listed below you will find academic and professional activities for some of our recent program alumni:
 
  • Betsy Jones: Whitaker International Fellow, Oxford University (Biomechanics)
  • Emily Lakes: PhD. University of Florida (Biomechanics)
  • Derek Archer: PhD. University of Florida (Biobehavioral Science - Motor Control) HHP Fellowship
  • Jordan Oja: Invacare
  • Hobey Tam: PhD. Clemson University (Tissue Engineering)
  • Ryan Gergely: PhD. University of Illinois (Material Sciences)
  • Jill (Watson) Bouillon: Stryker Orthopedics
  • Allison (Stultz) Mandrell:  M.S. Purdue University (Biomedical Engineering); DePuy Orthopedics
  • Sami (Dick) DeVries: M.S. Rose-Hulman (Mechanical Engineering); Rehabilitation Institute of Indianapolis;
  • Michael Lockhart: M.S. Cincinnati (Biomedical Engineering); United States Army Reserves; Covidien Health
  • Lucas Alvey: University of Medicine and Dentistry - New Jersey
  • Natalie (Dickman) Lord: Arrhythmia Technologies Institute; Biotronik
  • Margaret Kelley: Biomet, Inc; Greatbatch Medical Orthopaedics Group
  • Michael Volitich: Beckman Coulter
  • Sarah (Younger) McCartney: Bard Biopsy Systems
  • Darcie (Thomas) Jones: M.S. Rose-Hulman (Engineering Management)
  • Leah Howard: M.S. IUPUI (Biomedical Engineering)
  • Didem TuncArrhythmia Technologies Institute; The Heart Group
  • C.J. Tuskcan: Beckman Coulter
  • Christopher Meyer: J.D. Washington Univeristy; Biomet, Inc.; Dinsmore & Shohl Law
  • James Merk: MED Institute
  • Kurt Dierking: Cook Medical

“A Student Thank You”

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Betsy Jones

"Rose-Hulman provides its students with exceptional opportunities, one of which is the partnership with the Joint Replacement Surgeons of Indiana (JRSI). My experience with JRSI’s excellent equipment and the facilities available at Rose-Hulman has set me apart as an applicant for graduate school. In addition to the excellent equipment and facilities available to students doing research with JRSI, I was also able to learn how research studies are designed and implemented. I was able to contribute to developing the test methods and perform the testing and data analysis for the study now published in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. I was also honored to give an oral presentation of the research at the BMES Annual Meeting that year.

Seeing a study through from test methods to results is a unique opportunity. Having that study published in a major journal and presenting the research at a major conference before completing my Bachelor’s degree is exceptional. I would not have had such exceptional accomplishments without the opportunities provided to me by JRSI. I am very grateful to Scott Small and JRSI and to Rose-Hulman for continuing to provide exceptional opportunities that help the students of Rose-Hulman to excel."