Alumni in the News

Alumni in the News

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Angel McMullen-Gunn, a 2003 and 2007 graduate of the (mechanical engineering and M.E.M.), was one of 10 women honored with the Emerging Leader Award by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). McMullen is associate director of global operations quality for UTC Aerospace Systems. 

The Emerging Leader Award honors individuals who have been actively engaged in an engineering or technology profession and have demonstrated outstanding technical excellence as an individual resulting in significant accomplishments. 

Pamela Dingman, P.E., ’91 (civil engineering), was one of seven conferred with the Fellow Grade in recognition of continuous service to the advancement of women in engineering. Dingman is presently the engineer for Lancaster County in Nebraska. 

Fellow Grade honorees are recognized for continuous service to the advancement of women in the engineering profession. 

Both McMullen-Gunn and Dingman were honored at WE18, the world’s largest conference and career fair for women engineers in October in Minnesota. 

Aaron Grote, P.E., ’05 (Civil Engineering), a professional engineer with Omaha-headquartered Lamp Rynearson, was one of five recipients of the 2018 Young Professional of the Year by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Nebraska. 

Grote is a senior project engineer who has worked on a variety of projects during his 14- year career, including those involving housing, safe drinking water, parks and sanitary sewers. He is president of the Design Build Institute of America’s Nebraska Chapter and a co-leader of Lamp Rynearson’s Early Career Professionals group. 

Todd Eberspacher, ’88 (chemical engineering), is a recipient of the 2018 Marsh O’Neill Award presented by Stanford University to publicly acknowledge outstanding staff members who support faculty research activity. 

Eberspacher joined the Stanford community in 1994 as a postdoctoral scholar. Six years later, he joined the chemistry department as facilities coordinator and began working on the project to build a new research facility for the chemistry and biology departments, the Lokey Labs Building.