Internship Q & A: Jack Rogers, SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions

Name: Jack Rogers Expected Graduation: May 2020 Program of Study: Ph.D. candidate in Nanoscale Science Internship Organization: SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Organization’s area of work: SCREEN is a global leader in the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry. SCREEN provides tools and equipment for lithography, wet cleaning, thermal annealing, and metrology. How did you find out about the […]

My Study Abroad Story: Hayley Breeyear

I studied abroad in Cambridge, England, in the fall of 2018, attending Anglia Ruskin University. I spent some of my early days exploring, punting on the canals near Cambridge University, seeing King’s College Chapel, and visiting Cambridge University’s Botanical gardens. There is a market just off of the city centre that I walked through many […]

Student Profile: Ashley Paw

While the Cayan Library on SUNY Poly’s Utica campus may be the go-to for Ashley Paw during a typical semester, the junior majoring in Network and Computer Security traded in those familiar stacks this past fall for the impressive records of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. It was just one of the many […]

Internship Q & A: Gretchen Long, Harvard Stem Cell Institute

Name: Gretchen Long Expected Graduation: May 2020 Program of Study: Nanoscale Science with a Nanobioscience focus Internship Organization: Harvard Stem Cell Institute Organization’s area of work: The Harvard Stem Cell Institute works to advance stem cell biology and translational medicine across Harvard and its 8 affiliated hospitals What did you focus on during your internship […]

Internship Q & A: William Spitz, H2M Architects + Engineers

Name: William Spitz Expected Graduation: May 2019 Program of Study: Civil Engineering Internship Organization: H2M Architects + Engineers Organization’s area of work: H2M is a multi-disciplined professional consulting and design firm that specializes in several fields including architecture, civil engineering, environmental sciences and engineering, GIS services, MEP Services, planning, wastewater, and water. What did you […]

Internship Q & A: Colin Henkler, IPG Photonics

Name: Colin Henkler Expected Graduation: May 2019 Program of Study: Nanoscale Engineering and Applied Mathematics Internship Organization: IPG Photonics Organization’s area of work: IPG Photonics is a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance fiber lasers and amplifiers. What did you focus on during your internship program? While at IPG Photonics I was a wafer processing […]

Liam Furman heads across the pond

Growing up in Vernon, NY, Liam Furman didn’t have too far to travel when he started at SUNY Poly as a Business Administration major, but he certainly gained some mileage when he decided to take some of his studies “across the pond” and study at the University of Roehampton in West London. “I used to […]

Student Profile: Elena Musteata, Nanoscale Science ’18

A rising junior at SUNY Poly, Elena Musteata is not spending her summer lying around. The Toronto native, who double majors in applied mathematics and nanobioscience is occupying her summer with a coveted internship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Washington, D.C. Musteata was chosen for the NIST Summer Undergraduate Research […]

Student Profile: Julianna Bourgeois, Nanoscale Science ’19

Neural disease and cancers are some of life’s greatest mysteries, but like any great mystery, there are those who are compelled to solve them. That is what drives Julianna Bourgeous, a nanoscale science major focusing in nanobioscience at SUNY Poly’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) who is enthusiastic about the future she plans to […]

Student Profile: John Russo, Mechanical Engineering Technology `17

John Russo has always enjoyed working with his hands. Combining that with a love of technology led John to study mechanical engineering technology at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica, where he entered his senior year in Fall 2016. Along the way, John is taking full advantage of the real-world experiences available to him at SUNY […]

Student Profile: Nadia Suguitan, Nanoscale Engineering and Applied Mathematics ’19

Many students often begin their college career unsure of what they want to specialize in over the course of their academic career – but not Nadia Suguitan. Nadia, a Nanoscale Engineering and Applied Mathematics major at SUNY Poly’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), knew exactly what her interests were and the type of […]

Student Profile: Samantha Stewart, Mechanical Engineering Technology `18

With multiple social, academic, and extracurricular opportunities presenting themselves, college can be a stressful time for anyone. Finding balance can be a challenge for any college student and maintaining that balance once it’s found can be downright daunting. When it does all come together, though, it feels like magic. And that’s when the most worthwhile […]

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