Catherine Kilmain ’93 recently returned to Syracuse University for a candid talk about her journey rising in the aerospace industry. Kilmain is the executive vice president of engineering for Bell Helicopter, a major producer of commercial and military, manned and unmanned vertical-lift aircraft. She got her start in Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science, earning a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering.Read more about Six Tips for Success in Engineering & Business from Bell Helicopter's Catherine Kilmain '93
José Vilson ’04 is on his way to the U.S. Department of Education to meet with Secretary of Education John King and participate in a national summit on teacher diversity. The middle school math teacher has a lot to say on the issues of race and teacher diversity.Read more about Educator and Activist–José Vilson ’04
Megan Cucci ’96 has strong ties to two of the most notable institutions in New York State—Syracuse University and Kodak.
During her time as a chemical engineering undergrad in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, Cucci completed her co-op with Kodak. The opportunity laid the groundwork for a full-time position in Kodak’s Research Labs supporting motion picture film following graduation.Read more about Megan Cucci ’96, Chemical Engineering
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