Alumni

 

SU Mechanical Engineering Alumni

Welcome to Southern University Mechanical Engineering website. It is with profound pride that we acknowledge that you have proven yourselves successful in the competitive and global marketplace. We feel a great sense of fulfillment as engineering educators just to witness your fast-tracked accomplishments. Especially since it's been such a brief period of time since you were mere students under our dedicated tutorage, while we molded your innate intellect to enable you to become the established professional engineers that you are now. Well done; we are proud of your achievements!!!

It's now time for you to assist the department in enhancing its legacy to better serve the present and future generations that follow after you. Remember, the engineering degree that you labored so hard to earn can only reflect the integrity of the institution that granted it to you. Accordingly, it is to your advantage to continue to support and uplift this distinguished institution; so as to build a greater legacy than was here when you matriculated in its honorable halls.

Please contribute generously to the Mechanical Engineering Department. Your contribution can be tailored as you desire and directed to the ME Department through the Southern University System Foundation. The full amount of your payment may be considered a charitable contribution.

 

Congratulations to our NEWEST Alumni! 

Image of Spring and Summer 2021 Graduates
Spring and Summer 2021 Graduates

 

 

Two Recent Graduates Highlighted in Dow Chemical Commercial

Two recent Mechanical Engineering graduates have been highlighted in a commercial for the Dow Chemical Company on the The Jaguar Football Show with Coach Jason Rollins. Ms. Alasiah Floyd, a Spring 2021 ME graduate, is now a Environmental Maintenance Engineer at Dow. Secondly, Mr. Michael Favorite who was a Fall 2018 ME graduate, is now a Senior Production Engineering at Dow. While at Southern University, Michael was also a ROSES Scholar. The ROSES (Research on the Science and Engineering of Signatures) Consortium was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy/NNSA. Alasiah and Michael are doing great and are excited about their work at Dow, as well as the opportunities that now lay before them.  The commercial clips can be found below.

 

 

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