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.
Jonathan Brown '19
Jonathan Brown presents paper at the 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference in Delft, Netherlands on May 20.
Ethan Wagner '19
Ethan Wagner is the 2019 recipient of the Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence.
Alexis Hoff M'19
The Master of Architecture Program is pleased to announce that Alexis Hoff is the winner of the 2019 Walter Harrison Thesis Award.
Kaleigh McGuirl '19
Engineers Without Borders student chapter's experience at the 2018 Engineers Without Borders USA National Conference through the eye's of the organization's Secretary.
Tim Applebee M'18
Master of Architecture graduate reflects on experience at UHart for his current role.
Nicole Carr '20
Biomedical Engineering student's active role in CETA is making a difference.
Eric Sims '19
Eric Sims '19, BSEE, presents capstone project at the ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education) Zone 1 Conference.
Jeffrey Severino '19
Mechanical Engineering student's experience through NASA Pathways Program.
Afam Chiagoro '18
How recent graduate found great success through the Electrical Engineering program in CETA for his career.
Heather Volkens '17
Heather Volkens credits CETA and UHart experience for her success at Bauer Inc.