The impact of Union engineers

A Union College magazine special feature

In 1845, Union officially added engineering to its liberal arts curriculum, embracing and enhancing a new brand of education. In the 175 years since, the College has only grown more innovative in its approach to educating students across disciplines. These students have gone on to make indelible marks on the world in a variety of engineering fields. Here are few of the College's accomplished engineering alumni.

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Jessica Sosa '10

ROBERT G. HUNTINGTON '56
Leading the way in mechanical engineering

FRANK DARMIENTO '67
Engineering for the environment

THOMAS J. BACA '67
Making his mark in energy and defense

KEVIN HARKENRIDER '77
Managing global supply change and manufacturing

YVONNE (SYZMKO) BENNETT '87
Helping to understand the electrophysiology of the brain

YVONNE TURCHETTI '02
Managing technology across the globe

MOLLY (FLANAGAN) LARKIN '05
Building a career in construction

MATT BEENEN '09
Entrepreneurial engineering

MALYSA CHENG HURLEY '09
Engineering transformational change and capacity building

JONATHAN WILSON '09
Cruising along with autonomous vehicles

JESSICA SOSA '10
Overseeing on-site workers

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