Rodney Bryner

When Rod came to college, he was sure he wanted to be an engineer, but he wasn’t sure what type.  He tried ChE, EE, and ME before he decided that IE would be the best fit for him. “I liked the [...]

James Magro

Jim Magro’s father stated: “I’m going to be the last coal miner in this family.” He was wrong.  His son, Jim, started working in a rebuild shop when he was 16.  When he was 18 years old, he was a [...]

Chad Schron

Chad Schron grew up in a manufacturing family, so it was natural that he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his great-grandfather, grandfather, and father to follow a career in manufacturing as [...]

John Jackson

As fate would have it, not having a car in college influenced John Jackson’s entire career.  “When I was in college, we did internships during the regular semester.  Most of the students were [...]