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.
Joan E. LLabre ‘17
CETA graduate is honored with the 2019 ASBMR Young Investigator Award for her biomedical engineering research.
Jason Santos ’05
CETA graduate recently promoted to Director of Transportation for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).
Michaela Mueller '20
Civil engineering major applied knowledge from structural classes at summer internship.
William Stark ’20
Computer engineering major masters key skills during IT internship.
Matthew Olmstead ’20
Acoustical engineering and music major lands impressive internship with General Dynamics Electric Boat working on systems to meet U.S. Navy standards.
Jason Hegenauer '14, M'17
Inspiring architecture graduate continues to encourage students as an adjunct faculty member for CETA's architecture department.
Takafumi Asaki '03, M'04
CETA graduate returns to UHart as faculty member after personable experience during his undergraduate and graduate studies.
Phil Faraci '89
UHart and CETA alumnus returns as full-time faculty member in College.
Michael Barzach ‘21
Acoustical engineering and music major learned on-the-job knowledge from UHart alumni at an independent acoustic consultancy in New York.
Nicole Carr '20
Biomedical Engineering student's active role in CETA is making a difference.
Michael Carroll '21
Acoustical engineering and music student goes abroad for internship with AWN Consulting Ltd this summer.