Alumni Profiles: Christian Engineers in the World
Calvin Alumn, Tim Lieuwen '95, now faculty at Georgia Tech
A lifelong love of engines and fire has brought Tim Lieuwen to captain a place that, in his words, "is developing innovative, sustainanble solutions for the most pressing energy problems facing our country and the world". Continue reading full article.
Young Alumni Launch Engineering Endowment Fund
Raising more than $25,000 in just a few weeks, a group of young engineering alumni has launched a new fund to support engineering research at Calvin. Click here to read full story.
What interested her [Laura] at Calvin was the study of renewable energy. “I found that I wanted to put my energy into trying to be a better steward of God’s creation by trying to remedy some of the issues we have with pollution. That’s a cause I’m excited about,” she said. — The Spark
"Starting as an optical engineer for Kodak in 1954 and retiring as vice president in 1986, Spoelhof helped develop optics, cameras, film and processing techniques used in everything from commercial cameras to reconnaissance missions to space exploration." — The Spark
Attention Engineering Alumni!
- If you've pursued a masters degree, Ph.D. or changed jobs since you graduated from Calvin, please stay in touch!
- Send an e-mail to Dee Jackson in the Calvin Alumni Office and let us know what you're doing.
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- 2004 Engineering Alumni Survey
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- 95% of Calvin students who take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE) pass on their first attempt.
- 93% of job-seeking engineering graduates received job offers before graduation in 2007.
- 85% graduate in 4 years.
- Over the past 5 years, on average, 16% of our graduates have gone directly to full-time graduate school. Many others pursue graduate degrees while working full-time.