Oakland University

Below are some of the photos I took while working for the Oakland University School of Engineering and Computer Science, many of which can be found on the school’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, all of which I managed.

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Photos I took at the Women’s Foundation outreach camp, a partnership with the Michigan Women’s Foundation of Michigan on Aug. 14, 2015.

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OUSECS teamed up with Chrysler, for a “Coffee with Chrysler,” a networking/job fair event on campus Sept. 23, 2014.

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Each year, Oakland University School of Engineering and Computer Science hosts the Hammerle Lecture. This year’s speaker was Dr. Pamela McCauley, who discussed diversity in engineering and following your dreams on Sept. 22.

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The grand opening of the Engineering Center on Sept. 12 was a long-awaited event, and one of the most important happenings for the department in 2014.

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These photos were taken at a welcome bonfire for Chinese students, hosted by OUSECS’s outreach program.

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These photos were taken throughout the summer of 2014 at STEM camps, part of the Oakland University School of Engineering and Computer Science. Photos were featured in the Engineering magazine, online articles and the outreach website.

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While I worked for the department, the SECS associate dean left.  In addition to writing an article about him, I also photographed his “farewell luncheon.”

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The Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition, or IGVC, is a robotics national competition held on OU’s campus each year, and founded by one of the school’s faculty members. In addition to writing about OU’s victory at the event, I photographed the competition.

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