West Virginia Wesleyan College

Department of Physics and Engineering

Graduates Employed

in Civil Engineering


Civil engineers design, construct, and operate facilities that benefit society, such as highways, bridges, mass transit systems, pollution control systems, and flood control systems.


Jennifer Morris Cook earned an M.S. in Civil Engineering at WVU. She designs bridges at Donon Engineering in Kentucky. She recently passed the Professional Engineering Examination.

Dustin Schilpp reports, “I am working with Sabra-Wang and Associates, a civil engineering company in Baltimore. So far I have designed the bridge mounts for road signs on I-95, and a drainage system under I-95. My employer is paying for me to obtain my M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland.”

Wes Steele earned an M.S. in Civil Engineering at WVU. He reports, “I am working in Harrisburg, Pa., for a highly respected bridge engineering company, Madjeski and Masters. I was recently in Canada inspecting the Ambassador Bridge. I was also assigned to a project in Philadelphia supervising the construction of two railroad bridges.”

Brenton Stone, E.I.T.Brenton Stone earned an M.S. in Civil Engineering at the University of Virginia. Brenton writes, “I wanted to pass along some good news – I have finished all degree requirements of my M.S. at UVa. I wanted to let you know since you were the main reason that I applied to UVa in the first place. Thank you for all the one-on-one time I received at Wesleyan.” Brenton’s thesis involved improvements to high-performance concrete. Brenton works for Volkert and Associates in Herndon, Virginia.