West Virginia Wesleyan College

Department of Physics and Engineering


Graduates Employed in Electrical Engineering

 

 

 

Electrical engineers develop communication systems such as cell phones, control systems such as microcomputers, reliable electrical transmission systems, and the related electronic circuitry.

 

 

Terry Both designs telephone circuits for the Telecom Assistance Group in New Jersey.

Beth Doleschal Crutchfield works as an electrical engineer at Ross Murphy Finkelstein in Charleston, S.C.

Liann Gottschling works as an automation engineer at Siemens in Canonsburg, Pa.

Angel Gray works as an electrical designer at the Spiers and Waltz consulting firm in Hampton, Va.

Matt Heere completed an M.S. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. Matt is an electrical engineer at Fisher-Rosemount Systems in Lawrence, Pa.

Dave Klebe completed an M.S. in Electrical Engineering at Penn State. Dave works as an electrical engineer at Rockwell Automation in Stroudsburg, Pa. He reports, I manage a team in manufacturing pulp and paper technologies. This is a $900 million business devoted to industrial controls projects. My recent projects include a material handling system for a Chicago news press and several process control systems for paper machines.

Kevin McCandless works as an electrical engineer at General Telephone in Olathe, Kansas.

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Montgomery obtained an M.S. in Electrical Engineering at Central Michigan University and now works at the National Institute of Justice in Washington, D.C.

Tom Tyson is studying for a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at Penn State. Tom reports, I am also working in circuit design for a lighting company named Kichler in Cleveland. They are a large company that is starting to do more circuit design in-house. Tom accompanied Dr. Schiano on a recruiting trip to Wesleyan (photo, below).