Describe your potential job duties
The manufacturing engineer position develops and implements optimal, cost-effective manufacturing processes and methods in accordance with product specifications and quality standards; recommends and implements improvements to production processes, methods, and controls; coordinates manufacturing launch for new or revised products; tests tools and equipment and/or plans the manufacturing processes in a designated area of the manufacturing plant.
In what ways did the Polytechnic and/or Purdue help make you uniquely qualified for your new job?
Purdue Polytechnic has many student organizations that helped me grow personally and professionally throughout all four years here, such as: PPI ambassadors, Women in Tech, Boiler Gold Rush, Minority Technology Association, BoilerMentor, and more.
Who would you like to thank as you finish your time at Purdue and start your career?
Cathy Pullings – For recruiting me to the PPI and motivating me to do my best along the way.
Antonia Munguia – For being my support system here at school, helping me grow personally and professionally.
J.M. Jacob – He pushed me to have better study/recall habits that helped ease anxiety during exams and labs. I grew better as a student in each of his classes.
If you had a favorite class, project, experience, or professor, what/who was it, and why?
ECET274: Wireless Communications with Professor Denton. We learned signal analysis, modulation techniques, transmitters, receivers, low noise amplifiers, and filters in the RF frequency spectrum. We were able to build our own wireless radio from scratch and tuned into local radio stations.