Wildcats for Life Are Pushing the Limits
AME Alums Head an NSF Grant-Winning Startup
Roslyn Norman, BS in mechanical engineering, 2020, now engineering manager at Paramium Technologies.The genesis of Paramium would not be possible without the support of the University of Arizona. Since inception, UA has been there for us.
NASA Recognizes Record-Breaking Contributions of Alumnus
After earning his bachelor’s degree in AME, Daniel Wibbenwent on to earn his master’s and doctoral degrees in SIE and work on navigation for the OSIRIS-REx mission, first at the UA and then at KinetX Inc. In 2019, he received NASA’s Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal for his contributions to planetary science.It’s never gotten dull. There are always new things to be working on, new challenges to face and new problems to solve.
Circle of Excellence Award
Ron Rich, BS 1982, worked for Honeywell for more than 30 years before retiring as director of engineering for auxiliary power systems in 2019. The Engineering Design Program awarded him the inaugural Circle of Excellence Award at Design Day 2019.My education here was critical. Both the technical aspects of it and the hands-on learning that I got to do working with a few of my professors.
Reach for the Stars
Woody Spring, MS/AE 1974, who trained with astronaut Dick Scobee, another AME alumnus, has made a career out of doing things most people only dream of – including flying 200 miles above Earth at 17,500 miles per hour.If you want to do it, go for it.