Vijay is working in the lab at Columbia University as a Technician. His lab experience gained from Molecular Biology class has proven very helpful.
Michael Levinton was recently appointed Assistant Vice President for Design and Construction at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He is responsible for the implementation of the largest capital construction program of any SUNY campus statewide, valued at approximately $500 million.
Brendan Jou received the following recognition:
Columbia EE Departmental Scholarship for Doctorate, 2011
Wei Family Private Foundation (WFPF) Scholarship for Doctorate, 2011
Intelligence Community (IC) Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) Scholar, 2010
Polytechnic ECE Senior Thesis Excellence Award, 2008
Polytechnic Summa Cum Laude, 2008
Polytechnic Dean’s Scholarship, 2005–2008
Saada Baila Ly
Upon graduating, Saada returned to his hometown of Guinea, West Africa to work for the largest mining company in Guinea, Compagnie des Bauxite de Guinee, until 2008. CBG sponsored Mr. Ly’s graduate degree at Poly. In August of 2008, he took a temporary leave when he was appointed by the Guinea Head of State as the General Manager of the Country Mining Infrastructure Company. Mr. Ly retired in June 2011. He has made himself available for consultancy in the fields of Mining Infrastructure, Telecom, Railroad Signaling and Atomization Systems.
John and his family just returned to the US after 13 years of missionary service in China working with schools, children's education and IT. They contributed to the establishment of a successful school with both English and Chinese tracks. John also developed an extensive bi-lingual student information and grading software system based on SQL Server.
Richard T. Davis
Richard T. Davis is retired and living in Ashland, OR with his wife, Dorothy, who he has been married to for 42 years. Mr. Davis volunteers at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival every year.
Charles Traina’s mother, Margaret Traina, passed away on May 25, 2011.
Richard Katucki is currently living in the Hershey Mills Retirement Community in Westchester, PA. He spends his time travelling worldwide. He is in good health and recently celebrated his eighth wedding anniversary to his second wife, Jeanne, who was also widowed at the time they were married.
Michael G. Power
Michael G. Power organized the Reunion Dinner for the Bachelor of Civil Engineering Class of 1961. He has not lived in New York for 50 years. Mr. Power will return to work this summer at bridge construction sites in California.
Stanislaus Skalski retired as an Associate Professor of Fordham University in September 2007.
Larry Rosenberg recently joined the Mountain View Cohousing Community, which is in the process of building 19 condo units and a 4500 square foot common house in downtown Mountain View, CA.
Michael Barron has been retired for 18 years and has been enjoying the weather in southern Florida for 8 years.