WE ARE PROUD MENTORS
Strong bonds develop through mentorship. In this issue of Ingenuity, we celebrate student accomplishments and honor the dedication of our faculty members to student success.
Finding fun in circuits
Graduate Yunteng Huang (’97 Ph.D., Electrical Engineering) was inspired by his doctoral advisor to have a lifelong passion for integrated circuit design. The College of Engineering recognized Huang's outstanding career this year by inducting him into the Academy of Distinguished Engineers.
Undergraduate Susmita Padala is driven to improve peoples’ experiences with computers. Last year, she was awarded the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology scholarship, which recognizes outstanding female students throughout the world.
The theme of inclusion weaves through the different facets of Carlos Jensen’s life: researcher, associate dean for the College of Engineering, and world traveler.
Graduate Matt Johnson, Tesla software engineer
Matthew Johnson ('17 B.S., CS) is a veteran of the U.S Marine Corp Infantry and served as a police officer. At Oregon State, he worked for the Open Source Lab and received a scholarship from CBT Nuggets. He now works for Tesla as a senior software engineer.
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