Keeping you connected to your fellow Cockrell School of Engineering Alumni


Alumni On the Move

Thomas Tomazin (ENM) has a new job – Senior Director of Engineering at NVIDIA.

Catherine Paul (SWE) is now Java Developer at Ballentine Communications.

Catalina Martinez (ENM) is now Project Manager and Resource Manager for Engineering Division at CTS Consolidated Telecom Services/C. Faulkner Engineering.

Luke Kruse (ENM) ) has been named Project Manager II of U.S. Construction at Willbros Group Inc.

Tony Tellez (ENM) is now Founder, Owner and Managing Director at Palladium Control Systems.

Ben Jamar (ENM) is now a Power System Engineer at Austin Energy.

Alejandro Aseño (SWE) is now User Experience (UX) Lead at National Instruments.

Jenny Finkbiner (ENM) is now Senior Program Manager at Stryker.

Hil Miller (ENM) was promoted to Senior Systems Administrator at Texas Advanced Computing .



Andrew Temple (SWE) announced his company’s recent debut of a module for NODE called the IO Module - Click here to view the page (with Youtube video featuring a cameo by yours truly) for the NODE IO module.

Beth Freeborn (ENM) has good news and bad news about her son, Harley Fetterman. First the bad news – Harley has Myelo Dysplastic Syndrome and will need a bone marrow transplant and the family is waiting on donor screening. The good news is that Harley made it to the National Braille Challenge Finals to be held in June in Los Angeles at the Braille Institute. This is his 7th time to make it to finals! Our best to Harley and his family.

May 2014

Program Announcements In the News Congrats Upcoming Short Courses

Info Sessions

Did you know we are now holding information sessions online, as well as onsite? You can now help support your program from the comfort of your desk! Students and alumni from outside the Austin area are also invited to participate.

Sign up for one of our upcoming interactive online sessions:
> June 10 @ 12:15pm
> July 08 @ 12:15pm

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