Since the dawn of time, Aaron has been a curious fellow. As a lad, he was constantly exploring places unknown to him, vast places full of wonder and imagination. He often could be found inventing new ways to slay a dragon or save a kingdom from an evil ruler. As Aaron grew older, so too did his ambitions. Though he looked at the world through a more realistic eye, the colors of his imagination only grew more vivid. He was able to hone his skills in the art of creativity and innovation with such a bold and unique mind, shaping his work ethic and leadership.
Aaron currently works as the Instrumentation Manager for the ECE Resource Center and serves as the Chair of Rowan IEEE. Outside of Rowan, he works as a Software Development Intern at Innovative Defense Technologies and a Mathematics Tutor at Salem Community College. When he's not working, he volunteers his time tutoring others in the STEM fields and integrating technology in the daily lives of the elderly. After graduation, Aaron hopes to pursue a career in electronics hardware development and start a family. His passion for learning and teaching is only rivaled by his love of people and helping others succeed.
Chris is a junior year ECE major with a minor in computer science. Since transferring from Burlington County College, he has been heavily involved in many of IEEE's programs and events, most notably his work on Rowan's annual hackathon, ProfHacks. He is interested in many of the computer-related aspects of the major, including processor architecture and software design. He hopes to one day work with emerging technologies such as resistive or quantum computing. While Chris does not currently have an internship, he hopes employers will read this bio and see that he is hard working and ambitious, and would be an extremely valuable asset to any team. He is incredibly proud to be a part of IEEE, and is thrilled to have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the world through his position with the organization.
Jess is an honors junior Electrical and Computer Engineering major, and the secretary of the Rowan IEEE Students Branch. She is also the vice president of the IEEE sub-branch WIE. Jess interns at Lockheed Martin in Moorestown as a College Student Technical Specialist. She is interested in media production and sensor development, and hopes to learn more about these applications throughout her education and professional career experience.
Sean Hastings is a sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a minor in Computer Science and a concentration in Honors. He has recently secured an internship within Lockheed Martin’s Rotary and Mission Systems as a Radar Systems Engineer. Previously, Sean worked as an IT intern for IEEE at its Operations Center in Piscataway, NJ. He hopes to continue his education after graduation, pursuing a Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Within IEEE, Sean is involved in several committees such as SAC and ProfHacks, and hopes to make a positive impact as Treasurer.
Nikola Kosaric is a freshman Electrical and Computer Engineering major. With prior high school robotics experience, Nikola plans to start a VEX U robotics team at Rowan with fellow students. He has participated in the sumo robotics competition and is involved with sponsorship for ProfHacks 2017. Nikola hopes to secure an internship at Tesla Motors in the future and plans to pursue a career within the automotive industry.
DJ Stahlberger is a freshmen Electrical and Computer Engineering Major. He is currently the Activities Co-Chair along with Nikola Kosaric. He helped with ProfHacks 2017 as a member of the Hacker Experience Committee. Outside of IEEE DJ loves to snowboard, play tennis, play video games, and work at his part-time job at an ice cream stand. He plans to pursue an internship at Atlantic City Electric and looks forward to a possible career with them. He was very adamant about joining IEEE and looks forward to his future with IEEE.
Jason is a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major with a minor in mathematics. Since freshman year, Jason has been very active in the Rowan IEEE student branch. As a freshman, he led the ProfHacks sponsorship committee and competed in sumobot competitions. More recently, Jason holds the IEEE Philadelphia Section Student Representative position, where he ensures the continuing success of all IEEE Philly student branches. Jason is the lead organizer of ProfHacks which enables students to apply knowledge learned in class. He is very fortunate to be a leader in IEEE. He is in the process of starting his own clinic project at Rowan. Jason hopes NASA, SpaceX and Apple will read this bio and hire him on the spot!
Chris is a junior Electrical and Computer Engineering major, and the former Rowan IEEE treasurer from 2015-2016. He's interested in hardware development, embedded systems, and music electronics. He has an internship at Lockheed Martin in their Spectrum Systems Laboratory working with software defined radio, machine learning, and massively parallel computing platforms. Within Rowan IEEE, Chris does a little of everything. In his free time he studies percussion in Rowan's music department.
Quinn McHugh is an Honors sophomore mechanical engineering major with a minor in computer science. He is currently serving as the Rowan IEEE Public Relations Chair, where he designs eye-poppin' flyers, t-shirts, and logos for the chapter, and works as a resident assistant at the Whitney Center. Quinn is interested in pursuing a career in renewable energy or sustainable product design and is excited to begin an internship with Ridgewood Water this summer. In his free time, he loves to snowboard, mountain bike, play guitar, and get outside his comfort zone.
Will is an honors freshman Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a minor in computer science. Besides being a skilled saxophonist, Will is also an experienced gamer, having talents ranging from Pokémon to League. He decided to join IEEE after participating in the Prof-bot competition that the club hosted. When he’s not gaming, Will enjoys writing/playing music, running, and sleeping.
Sam is a transfer student from Atlantic Cape Community College. He is majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. He is currently serving in the New Jersey Air National Guard as an Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Specialist. Sahm also works as an assistant at the ECE Tech Office. He is a member of IEEE and a member of Rowan University IEEE student branch. He enjoys working on projects both in and out of school, and his goal to create his own company.
RJ Weld is a junior Electrical and Computer Engineering major at Rowan University. He is also on committees for Rowan's 2017 IEEE hackathon called ProfHacks and IEEE's region 2 Student Activities Committee (SAC). In his free time, RJ enjoys hanging out with friends, working out, playing sports and playing video games. RJ loves attending Rowan University and joined his student branch's IEEE e-board to help further the advancement of the school and its ECE program.
Brian Harlow is a sophomore ECE major working on a Physics minor and an honors concentration. Inside of IEEE, Brian is working to help plan ProfHacks 2018 as lead of the Logistics Committee. He is very excited to become part of the team that helps to bring the community all of the amazing opportunities that IEEE has to offer! In his personal time, Brian likes to play hockey, golf, and video games. Computers are a big passion of his, and in the future he hopes to work with companies like Intel and form a career in computer hardware design. He sees IEEE as a fantastic club and community upon which he can begin his path toward reaching his goals, and looks forward to all the good times to come with the club.
Peter Awolumate is an ECE major and a transfer student from Rowan college of Burlington county. He loves so many sports, especially soccer. Peter wants to learn how to swim, but he is scared of water. In addition, he is a compassionate person so his dream is to serve the less privileged in all nations all over the world. Lastly and most crucial he is passionate about God!
Kevin Beenders is a Sophomore ECE major, and one of the IEEE SGA reps. Kevin is also a member of the activities committee for IEEE and assists in planning events such as ProfHacks 2018. Kevin is also a mentor in the IEEE mentorship program. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys Fishing, Improving his guitar skills, volunteering, helping others and having a good time out with friends. Kevin wishes to make a positive impact through his position as SGA rep and make Rowan a continually better place to live and receive an education.