"I had always been exposed to great education in
high school and then at Rose-Hulman. I knew the qualities that went
into being a good teacher," says Ware. He later pursued an MBA at
Rice University and is now using his technical and presentation
skills as the operational benchmark coordinator at Stanford
University Hospital and Clinics.
"I greatly enjoyed my work in solving educational
problems, and I continue to look forward to solving new problems in
the healthcare industry," states Ware.
Bryce W. Clark (ME, 2002) taught advanced-level
physics in Tanzania, Africa, through the Peace Corps. "My
Rose-Hulman professors helped me see that there was more to
engineering than just math and science, and there were more options
available than traditional engineering professions," he says.
Later, as a Peace Corps Volunteer Fellow, Clark
earned a nursing degree in 2006 from Johns Hopkins University and
now works with a New York City outpatient clinic for people living
with HIV. He is working on a master's degree in public
administration at New York University.