In May 2014, the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering graduated over 240 students. While their time at Loyola Marymount University has ended, their lives as young professionals are just beginning. Here’s a look at what a handful of Seaver’s 2014 graduates are doing:
- Britney Calucag: The civil engineering major is now a project manager with C.W. Driver, the construction company contracted by the University to build the new Life Sciences building. While still a student, the Honolulu, HI native was given the unique opportunity of interning with C.W. Driver as they began work on the building, which eventually led to the full-time job offer. Read more
- Quin Thames: The computer science and electrical engineering major is now a software engineer at Google’s Venice Beach campus. The St. Louis, MO native—who is working with another LMU student on developing an app and started a website building company with his roommate—said he learned nearly all of his computer science knowledge at LMU. Read more
- Maximiliano Isi: The physics and math major is pursuing his Ph.D. in physics at The California Institute of Technology. The native of Uruguay hit the ground running working on research projects his first year. By the time he graduated, Isi published articles in academic journals, presented at conferences and helped build a nuclear reactor in the physics department. Read more
Best of luck to these Seaver Lions as they carry the lessons they learned at LMU on their next learning adventure!