A pair of informative panel presentations, spotlighting many alumni in the field, are among the highlights of SUNY Oswego’s Engineering Week events, April 1 to 5.

The whole week will offer opportunities for high school students to learn more about the field, current students to connect with alumni, interested individuals to meet engineering-related employers and more.

Engineering Week is sponsored by Constellation Energy's local power plants, Fitzpatrick and Nine Mile. 

An alumni panel from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Monday, April 1, in 170 Shineman Center will kick off the week with an opportunity to learn from and network with Lakers now in the industry. 

A Women in Engineering panel, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, will feature women who are helping change the face of the industry in 170 Shineman Center. 

Both panels are free and open to the SUNY Oswego campus community and the public.

Returning alumni

Alumni returning for the April 1 panel will include:

  • Electrical and computer engineering graduates:
    • Alexandria Delfino (National Grid)
    • Nicholas Brown (Cornell University LASSP)
    • Max Robertson (Lockheed Martin)
    • Sohrab Gousheh (Lockheed Martin)
  • Software engineering graduates:
    • Cedric Hanson (Software Engineer at Square)
    • Zac Schrecengost (Teacher at Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse; Ph.D. Student at Syracuse University)

Women in Engineering

For the Women in Engineering panel on April 4, participants will include:

  • From SRC
    • Courtney Osbahr; Systems Engineer 
  • From C&S Companies
    • Francesca Neiley; Managing Engineer
    • Shelby Davis; Engineer
    • Kira Pierce; Department Manager
  • From Constellation Energy:
    • Fitzpatrick: Samantha Carey
    • Nine-Mile: Denise Wolniak
  • From Inficon:
    • Nicole Guard; Lean Leader, Industrial Engineering, Operations
    • Makenna Gadway; Product Engineer I

Other activities

The rest of the week will include: 

  • Wednesday, April 3: Engineering Industry Showcase, 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. Shineman Center atrium
  • Friday, April 5: Electrical and Computer Engineering Open House, noon to 3:30 p.m., Shineman Center

For more information on the week, check out this previous preview story; to register for specific events and learn more, visit the Engineering Week website.