Pi Kappa Phi graduated 24 men this spring who hail from 10 different states with degrees in 13 different fields.
Not surprisingly, the plurality came from Indiana – nine of them. Second on the list was Illinois (4), followed by California (2), Maryland (2) and Massachusetts (2). Also, there were 1 guy from of the following states: Connecticut, Washington, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kansas.
Eleven the new graduates earned degrees in engineering. There were four who earned engineering BS degrees in mechanical and two each in industrial, computer with one in biomedical. There were two graduates in the following fields: Finance, marketing and health & kinesiology. The remaining degrees were in film & video production, biology, mechanical engineering technology, selling & sales, construction management along with a Master’s degree in accounting.
Two of the new graduates will be working for the same company, Toyota, but in different cities.
Guys will be working for some major corporate names including: Titleist, JP Morgan Chase, Crowe, and Deloitte. One will be joining the military and two will be graduate students.
Here is list of the Spring 2022 graduates, their hometown, major, job title, employer name (if known) and city where they will be working.
• Leonidas Angelos; Orland Park, Illinois; industrial engineering; project site engineer, Bastian Solutions; Oakbrook, Illinois.
• Evan Border; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; electrical and computer engineering; software engineer, Motorola Solutions; Schaumburg, Illinois.
• Campbell Boston; Palatine, Illinois; film and video production, certificate in entrepreneurship; main videographer & editor, Modustrial Maker YouTube Channel; Chicago.
• Michael Bailey; Fishers, Indiana; finance; to be determined.
• Kyle Claussen; Noblesville, Indiana; selling & sales management; account representative, Titleist; Boston, Massachusetts.
• Harrison Field; Eastham, Massachusetts; mechanical engineering technology; bus renovations, Live Simple Busses; Easton, Massachusetts.
• Daniel Furry; Granger, Indiana; industrial engineering; technical consultant, Salesforce.com; Chicago.
• Max Giesemann; Irvine, California; biomedical engineering; to be determined.
• Nolan Gonzalez, Gaithersburg, Maryland; electrical & computer engineering; solutions architect, MPE; Atlanta.
• Luke Hendriks, Wakefield, Massachusetts; mechanical engineering, to be determined.
• Joe Hintz; St. John, Indiana; mechanical engineering, Honda; Columbus, Ohio.
• Kyle Jensen; Rockville, Maryland; finance; management trainee, Toyota; Aurora, Illinois
• Declan Kramper; Downers Grove, Illinois; mechanical engineering; associate product manager, Publics Sapient; Chicago.
• Conner Krizan; Brownsburg, Indiana; marketing; central region sales trainee, Hubbell, Inc.; Indianapolis.
• Matt Lange; Seattle, Washington; mechanical engineering; CAD design engineerg, RADAR; San Diego.
• Andrew Prisby; Hinsdale, Illinois; health & kinesiology; research assistant, purdue Puentes Project; West Lafayette.
• Quintin Silverio; Clinton, Connecticut; health & kinesiology; infantry officer, US Army; Fort Benning, Georgia.
• Collin Scott; Shelbyville, Indiana; mechanical engineering; analyst, Deloitte; Chicago.
• Nicholas Shell; St. John, Indiana; marketing; representative, Pavement Maintenance Solutions, St. John.
• Mitch Squires; Wichita, Kansas; construction engineering & management; project engineer, Granite Construction; location to be determined.
• Drew Thieme; Carmel, Indiana; MS accounting; audit associate, Crowe; Indianapolis.
• Jack Wagner; New Albany, Indiana; industrial engineering; consultant, Miebach Consulting, Indianapolis.
• Conner Wood; San Diego, California; biology; graduate student, California State-San Marcos.
• Erik Wilson; Chagrin Falls, Ohio; electrical & computer engineering; software engineer, JP Morgan Chase; Chicago.