Career Profiles

Paths to leadership are not always straight forward.

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Arvind Krishnappa

Arvind Krishnappa came to WVU in 1994. He chose WVU since it was the only school that offered him an assistanceship.

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Jeff Robinson

Jeff Robinson always had in the back of his mind that he wanted to be a lawyer. He decided to pursue an engineering degree in case law school didn’t work out.

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Matt West

Matt West came to WVU thinking he would be a Chemical Engineer, but wasn’t really firm on this choice of major. His older brother was a student in the college and recommended that Matt look at Industrial Engineering.

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Michael McClung

Growing up in Beckley, Mike McClung always had a keen interest in math, so taking the Engineering route out of college was a relatively simple choice for him. But choosing between the various Engineering disciplines was not so simple.

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Patrick Bond

Pat’s start in college was a struggle. He joined a fraternity and the party life almost doomed him.

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Robert Johnston

When Robert Johnston came to WVU, he thought he would major in accounting or finance, but transferred to Engineering because he enjoyed science which was limited in his business program.

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Susan Silcox

Susan Silcox chose to study engineering because she liked math and science. She chose Industrial Engineering because of the diversity of career paths.

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Thomas Messmore

Tom Messmore probably had the qualifications to be accepted at Carnegie-Mellon and MIT as an undergraduate, but he came to WVU because of financial reasons. He wasn’t sure what he wanted to do for a career, but thought engineering was the best preparation for any
career choice.

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