Andy Milluzzi

Andy Milluzzi

Andy is a 2012 computer engineering and software engineering grad who is a systems engineer in design and engineering at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts in sunny Florida.
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How did Rose prepare you for where you are today?

Rose-Hulman not only gave me a solid technical foundation, but it also allowed me to experiment.

What professor made the biggest impact on you?

It's hard to identify a single professor. With such a small and close community, I got to know many Rose-Hulman professors. From academic guidance from Dr. Mu and Dr. Bohner to coaching robotics with Dr. Mutchler and Dr. Langley to IEEE and HKN events with Dr. Throne, I got to become good friends with much of the faculty. It really makes Rose feel like home and I still keep in touch. A couple of weeks ago I had dinner with Dr. Laxer when he visited Walt Disney World, and I regularly see Dr. Langley at FIRST Championship.

Favorite/most lasting memory?

My favorite memory of Rose was using the telescopes at the Oakley Observatory on campus with the Astronomy Club and Dr. Ditteon. It was such a cool place to go and escape the chaos of class and just enjoy the universe around us.

What's the nerdiest thing you do?

The better question is: what isn't? I mentor FIRST Robotics Competition Team 5816, Gra-V in Orlando, Florida and serve as a FIRST Senior Mentor, a position with FIRST HQ. I am an active amateur radio operator (KK4LWR) along with my brother Tony (KD8RTT, RHIT Class of '16). I'm also very active in the local Maker community, supporting Maker Faire Orlando and other area events.

Best kept secret at Rose?

Rose-Hulman Ventures. I worked on a project at Ventures and it was a great way to complement my classwork (and make a few bucks). It was a great practical experience and a lot of fun.

Advice for new students?

Get involved on campus and don't be afraid to geek out!

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