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Emily Arbuthnott (MS '21)

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Andrea Banuet Gonzalez (MS '21)

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Sean Howard (MS '21)

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Virgil Smith (MS '21)

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Catherine Gu (MS '20)

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Pablo Hernandez Sanz (MS '20)

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Laura Sun (MS '20)

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Tyreke White, MS 2018

“I have always been good at collaborating with others, which is another thing that I developed during graduate school. For instance, let's say you've come into a meeting—being able to put everything aside to hear and understand what everyone in the room is saying, and taking all those pieces and bringing them together in the process of making a decision, are important skills to possess.”

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Thomas Palomares, MS 2017

Thomas is an AI engineer with a fervid desire to make agriculture sustainable. He co-founded Farmwise.io, a company he that is building autonomous products for farming to automate farming tasks and avoid the use of pesticides on farms

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Gautam Rao, MS 2016

"For me, being an MS&E alum means being very flexible and being very interdisciplinary. The degree has given me a very strong foundation in engineering, design and data science. All of these are things that I wouldn't normally have had a chance to explore in a different program. "

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Alexis Weill, MS 2016

"Being an MS&E alum provides an individual the ability to think with a multidisciplinary perspective, which helps in adapting to many situations and learning new skills quickly over time."

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Joy Sim, MS 2014

"When you say MS&E alum, I think of it with pride. It means that I have gained a tremendous amount of knowledge from being part of the MS&E program here at Stanford. And now that I’m an alum, I should try to give back in some way."

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Julie Choi, MS 2006

“What has helped me become successful in my career is the ability to deeply connect with the people that I work with. Viewing the person across the table as the most important person in my career at that moment...Success is about all of us working together to achieve something more significant than we could individually. ”

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HeikoPieper

Heiko Pieper, MS and PhD 2001

"It’s the ability to predict early-on whether something will be successful and not wasting time on unsuccessful things. Those are the type of things that I learned while pursuing my PhD, which have helped me throughout the course of my career."

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Garry Choy, MS 2000

"Being an MS&E alum means that I'm practicing what I've learned in the intersection of multiple disciplines, such as medicine, engineering, and business. When I look back, MS&E ties a lot of my previous educational and training experiences and career opportunities together."

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LauraMarino

Laura Marino, CEE MS 1986, MS&E MS 1998

"#IAmAnEngineer, and I believe engineering gives you the foundation to pursue your passion and add value to the world on any path you choose."

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ClarissaWong

Clarissa Wong, MS 13'

"#IAmAnEngineer. To me, engineering is about translating great ideas and designs into real deliverable physical goods that can improve people’s lives."

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