Jake from State Farm is a sophomore ECE with an Honors concentration. Contrary to the State Farm commercial, Jake currently works at the FAA Technical Center as a Systems Integration and Test Engineer. He and his team work on Data Communication, a FAA program which will revolutionize the way Air Traffic Controllers communicate with Pilots. In addition to IEEE, Jake recently became an NJ state certified EMT and actively rides on Rowan’s student-run EMS squad. He is a motivated and hardworking student, and looks forward to leaving a positive impact in Rowan IEEE.
Ray Linden is a sophomore electrical & computer engineering major with a minor in computer science. He is currently serving as the Rowan IEEE student branch's Vice Chair and the IEEE Philadelphia Section student representative. Ray is currently perusing a career in the power and energy industry but is also interested in automation technology and technical sales. When Ray is not doing school work, planning IEEE events, or helping underclassman expand their network or land an internship, he enjoys reading about advances in technology in aerospace and space travel. After college Ray will begin training to obtain his private pilot's license.
Alexander Frederick is a freshman electrical and computer engineering major who was elected as the IEEE secretary. He is interested in studying power distribution or advanced networking and distributed cloud computing. He is currently working with a company designing systems for drone performances and choreography. In his spare time, he enjoys camping, skiing, sailing, and building computers.
Chris is a sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major and a physics minor. 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 and massively parallel computing platforms. Within Rowan IEEE, he has volunteered at several events and competitions, and is also a peer mentor and tutor. In his free time he studies percussion in Rowan's music department.
Seamus Plunkett is a freshman electrical and computer engineer with a minor in computer science. He is currently leading the team that is planning the sumo robot competition at Rowan. Outside of IEEE Shea swims as well as plays soccer and tennis. He hopes to secure an internship this summer with a software development company, but is still keeping his mind open about a future career.
Nick is a junior Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a Computer Science minor. He has been very involved with IEEE since a freshman. He helped plan the sumo robotics competition and was an organizer lead for the first year of ProfHacks.
Jessica is an honors sophomore Electrical and Computer engineering student. She is the Public Relations Chair, alongside Torrie Griffiths and Austin O'Neill. Involved with other engineering clubs on campus, Jess is also the founding secretary of IEEE WIE (Women in Engineering). In addition to advertising IEEE to the students of Rowan, she is also working toward the success of WIE. Jess hopes to further her knowledge in electronics and computers somewhere in the future.
Torrie is currently a sophomore Mechanical Engineering student with concentrations in Honors Studies and Systems Engineering. Last summer, she interned as a design engineer at Holtec International in Marlton, New Jersey. Currently for IEEE, Torrie photographs events and advertises IEEE to other students. Torrie is also the founding chair of Rowan's IEEE Women in Engineering Student Branch, which provides tutorials for practical, interdisciplinary engineering skills. Contact Torrie with any questions at [email protected].
Sergiy is a Mechanical Engineering major, who is currently completing his second semester as a Freshman. He is involved in ASME seminar sessions to polish his technical knowledge of SOLIDWORKS, and serves as an informal liaison between the two engineering societies. His ultimate goal is to receive an internship with either a government spaceflight agency, or a private spaceflight company.
Matthew Rodriguez, born in Lucena City, Philippines on October 22nd, 1997, is the youngest of 3 children. His passion for computer science and engineering stems from his early middle school years playing Minecraft. He has wanted to join IEEE ever since he saw the club present their projects during the freshman orientation. He became the tournament chair by following the steps of and learning from his mentor, and close friend, Walter Marroquin.
Aaron (ECE) transferred from Salem Community College with an AA in Physics and Engineering. After completing his undergraduate degree, he hopes to continue his education, pursuing a Master’s in BioMedical Engineering and in Engineering Management. Aaron works as an ECE Technician’s Assistant, a youth counselor, a Mathematics Tutor at Salem Community College, a DJ for his own entertainment company, and a technology tutor for the elderly. Eventually, he hopes to build an army of stealthy drones that perform anonymous acts of kindness. Aaron is ecstatic to work with the members of IEEE to make Rowan better than even Henry Rowan could imagine.
Jake Clemetson is a sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major at Rowan. He currently lives in Rowan Boulevard Apartments and is from Tinton Falls, NJ. In his free time, he enjoys having fun with friends, playing video games, working out, running and playing sports. Jake works at the RCA Heritage Program Museum and is involved in IEEE, AIAA and SAME clubs. Also, he enjoys hiking/camping, listening to classic rock music and working on his car.
Alex Manofu is a sophomore mechanical engineering major. She is involved in the new IEEE WIE Rowan chapter and currently serves as the co fundraising chair. This summer she will be working as an intern at IPS. She is excited to be a part of this year's IEEE eboard!