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ME Grads Join University Faculty Across the Nation

ME Grads Join University Faculty Across the Nation

ME alumni Andrew J. Dick, Leila Ladani, and Nathan Sniadecki.
ME alumni Andrew J. Dick, Leila Ladani, and Nathan Sniadecki.

The following Mechanical Engineering alumni have recently joined the faculty of other academic institutions:

Andrew J. Dick, Ph.D. '07, joined the MEMS Department at Rice University as an Assistant Professor in the Fall of '07. His advisors at Maryland were Professors Bala Balachandran and University President Dr. C. D. Mote, Jr.

Leila Ladani, M.S. '05 & Ph.D. '07, joined the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Utah State University as an Assistant Professor in the Fall of '07. Her advisor at Maryland was Professor Abhijit Dasgupta.

Nathan Sniadecki, M.S./Ph.D. '03, joined the Mechanical Engineering department at the University of Washington in Seattle as an Assistant Professor in the Fall of '07. His advisor at Maryland was Associate Professor Don DeVoe.

Nathan Williams will join the Washington State University School of Architecture and Construction Management in Pullman as a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Spring '08. He successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in November under the advisement of Professor Shapour Azarm.

November 8, 2007


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