College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Success Stories
CETA students continue to inspire with their innovative ideas, hard work inside and outside the classroom, and dedication to becoming the next generation of engineers and architects.
Learn more about what some of them have been up to.
Sophie Kaye ’19
Inspiring acoustical engineering and music alumna has been making an impact through her research for NASA.
Nash Bradley ’21
Mechanical engineering major's dream job is to work for a railroad, either passenger or freight. He shares about his experience returning to NJ Transit this summer for second consecutive internship.
Mike Gudeczauskas ’21
Rising civil engineering senior returns to Lane Construction for second consecutive summer internship.
Amiel Bituin '20
Studying computer engineering at the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture (CETA), with minors in mechanical engineering, computer science, and mathematics, kept Amiel Bituin busy during his four years at UHart. His academic achievements were recognized by induction into Eta Kappa Nu IEEE Honors Society before graduation, and his hard work paid off when he secured a position at Raytheon Technologies Missile and Defense. He will begin there in the fall.
Alex Paterson ’17
Paterson, a graduate of the mechanical engineering program in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA), currently works as an aeronautical engineer for computational fluid dynamics at Northrop Grumman Corporation in California. He credits his experience at UHart and connections made with faculty for discovering his career interests.
Ramon Evans '20
Graduating senior, Ramon Evans, says his experience at UHart was "amazing.” It was important to Ramon to learn a lot about his area of study, electrical engineering in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, but also to have new experiences during his four years on campus.
Liam Bernier '20
Liam Bernier, a civil engineering and architectural design + technology graduate, was hired before graduation. He will begin working in the fall at Dietz and Company, Inc., an architectural firm, in Springfield, MA. Liam’s success involved hard work in the classroom, coupled with utilization of his on-campus resources and supports, to establish a connection with potential employers and secure future success in his field.
Aleks Nowicki '20
Graduating senior, Aleks Nowicki, has committed to a position as a transportation engineer at the Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) in the Traffic Project Design Unit. This opportunity presented itself at a lunch and learn event for engineering students.
Josephine Garcia ’20
Electrical engineering and computer science double major lands full-time job prior to graduating as a software engineer with Raytheon in their Intelligence, Information, and Services (IIS) division.
Michaela Mueller ’20
Micheala Mueller ’20, a civil engineering major, did two summer internships during her time at UHart. During both, she gained insight, experience and skills. It was the summer before her senior year at UHart that one of those internships lead to her being hired in her field before graduation. Her experiences in and out of the classroom shaped her future career.
Aurian Emami '20
It was through hard work, utilizing campus supports, and academic connections that Aurian Emami, senior in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA), landed a full time position prior to graduation as a pharmacy automation engineer at Cigna. He will graduate with a BS in electromechanical engineering technology. UHart is one of the few Universities in the entire nation to offer electromechanical engineering as a discipline.