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Joseph Winnicki graduated with a triple major(!) [physics, math, comp. sci] and is now working as a software engineer.
Christian O’Neil (physics minor, biochemistry major) is attending graduate school in Biochemistry at The Ohio State University.
Katherine Starr graduated from both Hiram College and Case Western Reserve University (through the dual degree program) with degrees in physics and engineering. She is now working as a Deskside Analyst for CDI Corp. in Cleveland
Ryogo Suzuki is attending Washington University in St. Louis to complete a duel degree in physics and engineering.
Samip Basnet is currently enrolled in the physics graduate program at the University of Regina in Canada. He is doing research in nuclear physics at the Jefferson National Lab in Newport News, VA.
Andrew Bednarski is currently working as a software engineer.
Matthew Carney graduated from both Hiram College and Case Western Reserve University (through the dual degree program) with degrees in physics and engineering. He is now working as a Pipeline Safety and Compliance Engineer at Dominion East Ohio. [ contact: MLC121@case.edu ]
Lensa Jotte graduated from both Hiram College and Case Western Reserve University (through the dual degree program) with degrees in physics and engineering. She is now working on a graduate degree in engineering.
Richard Selep is currently working as a software engineer.
Daniel Lane graduated from both Hiram College and Case Western Reserve University (through the dual degree program) with degrees in physics and engineering. He is now working as a mechanical engineer at Design Central.
Michael Mroz is currently enrolled in the physics graduate program at Ohio University (after having worked as a crash-test-dummy engineer!) .
Yuting Ye is currently attending medical school Washington University in St. Louis.
David Klecyngier obtained an M.S. in Patent Law from the University of Notre Dame and is now a patent agent in Washington, DC..
Pyie (Kauk Kauk) Aung completed an M.S. in physics at the University of Akron and is now working as a research analyst.
Sambid Wasti is in the physics graduate program at the University of New Hampshire
Shishir Adhikari completed an M.S. in physics entrepreneurship and is now working on his Ph.D. in physics at Case Western Reserve University.
Jason Hebeisen (firstname.lastname@example.org) Graduated from both Hiram College with a degree in physics and Case Western Reserve University with a degree in mechanical engineering and is now working for Stevenson & Associates as an Associate Mechanical Engineer.
Phil Williams (physics minor, mathematics major)
Avinash Gautam completed an M.S. in Medical Physics at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Massey Cancer Center. He is currently working as a Diagnostics Medical Physicist at Quality Assurance Inc. in Los Angeles, CA. [ contact: email@example.com ]
Daniel Gavazzi is working toward his Ph.D. in physics at Kent State University
Robyn Phillips (physics minor, chemistry major) is working at Akzo Nobel in Strongsville as an entry level chemist, working on the coatings used on food and beverage cans
Larry Pohto III
Dave Zicarelli (DLZicarelli@gmail.com) is in the US Navy, with title and contact info: ENS David Zicarelli, Legal/Admin Officer, USS Ford (FFG 54) Everett, WA 440-796-0476
Sébastien Dauby has obtained his pilot’s license and is now in the US Air Force
Passang Dorji (firstname.lastname@example.org) is attending Curtin University of Technology in Australia as a post-graduate student.
Tyson Papay Graduated from both Hiram College with a degree in physics and Case Western Reserve University with a degree in engineering and is now working for the company he interned with.
Greg Petersen (email@example.com) is working toward his Ph.D. in physics at Ohio University. His project is to “measure the weak nuclear force of the proton by accelerating protons and smashing them into (i think) a quartz target. After the particle hits the target it scatters and enters a magnetic field and gets bent into the detector.”
Rudy Wojtecki (physics minor) Completed graduate work in Macromolecular Science at Case Western Reserve University
Sayuri Ichida Completed a Masters degree in physics at Lehigh University
Natalie Smith (physics minor)
Subechhya Pradhan Completed a Ph.D. in physics at Vanderbilt University. She currently holds a joint appointment as a research faculty member with George Washington University and Children’s National Medical Center and is working on fetal and neonatal Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
Keith Stemnock will be continuing his education in engineering
Alan Stevens Obtained a degree in Motorsports Engineering at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is now works for the Schaeffler Group as a Lean Manufacturing Manager, North American Region. This is a corporate level position implementing lean manufacturing in 13 plants in the US, Canada, and Mexico.
Peter Tupa Completed a Ph.D. in physics at Lehigh University. He currently holds a visiting Lecturer position in Mathematics at Indiana University Kokomo.
Jeremy Steiner Graduated from both Hiram College with a degree in physics and Case Western Reserve University with a degree in engineering.
Brian Weir completed a Master’s degree in physics at Miami of Ohio and is now working as a geophysicist at Schlumberger.
Lauren Bell (firstname.lastname@example.org) Obtained a Master’s degree in physics at CWRU, and a Master’s in Education with certification in chemistry and physics. She now works as a Patent Examiner at the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Jennifer Gimmell Earned her PhD in physics at Univ. of Rochester and worked at a post-doc at FermiLab. Winner of the 2003-2004 Grad student teaching award!!!! She is now teaching physics at an elite prep school.
Ian Whittaker (email@example.com OR 440-862-5554) Obtained his Master’s degree in nuclear engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, and doing summer research at Los Alamos National Lab
Melissa Geraci (physics minor)
Paul Grinberg Graduated from Hiram and Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering, and now working at Keithly Instruments in Solon, OHGraduated from Hiram and Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering, and now working at Keithly Instruments in Solon, OH
Jill Heywood (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mark Maynard working as an air traffic controller
Joshua Moss (chemistry and physics), earned a Ph.D in Physics at William and Mary and did postdoctoral work at Ohio State. He is now an Assistant Professor of Physics at Cal State Sacramento and does high energy particle physics research at CERN.
Roy Miller (email@example.com)
Duprane Pedaci (firstname.lastname@example.org) (biology and physics), Currently in CWRU’s graduate program in biochemistry. Dissertation project: gene regulation of the acute phase protein, C-reactive protein
Jennifer Bocchicchio (email@example.com)
Systems Engineer, GPS IIF Program, OAO/LMIT
c/o Computer Sciences Corporation
15245 Shady Grove Road, 2nd Floor
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Tel: (301) 921-3146 Fax: (301) 417-0138
Seth Green (firstname.lastname@example.org) Currently working at Kent Displays, Inc.
Mauri Aven, Practicing law in California
Tricia Cosgrove, Obtained a Master’s degree in engineering from the University of Maine
Tracie Lawrence (3-2)
Thomas Cunningham (email@example.com)
Neil Harnar (3-2)
Scott Bobst (3-2)
Mark Buzza (3-2)
Kevin Kimmich (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Joseph Mikolay (3-2)
Robert Smith (3-2)
Erich Kirr (3-2)
John-Paul Rudolph (Minor)
Ann Clark (Minor)
Roger Dyson (Minor)
Mike Kerner (Minor)
Kenneth Weeks (Minor)
David Allen (Minor)
David Stumph (3-2)
David Wolf (3-2)
Terrance Sheridan, Is a Professor of Physics at Ohio Northern University.
Tom Lenart (Minor)
Barbara Purtillo (3-2)
Roger Van Scoy
John Howle (3-2)
Andrew Ladas (3-2)
Paul Doverspike (3-2)
William P. Irwin (Bo)
K. Bevan Hall
Joel Harvey (?)
William Dennis Arndt
Gerald Kirby Miller