Mike Schubert '14 talks about the Harry Potter podcast he launched, and why he's having so much fun with it.¬†
Glenn Youngkin '90 (MECH) was recently named CEO at the organization where he spent most of his career.
Talithia Williams '08 hosted PBS' "Nova Wonders" this summer, something she said allowed her to use a different part of her brain.
Civil engineer Caroline Gutierrez '16 loved solving problems. She took that passion and channeled it into higher education.
Aamir Virani's company, Dropcam, connects users to the people and things they love, even when they're miles away.
Mike Schubert combines his career as an engineering with his love of improv comedy.
Wanda Gass '78 spent most of her career as an engineer working to encourage more women to enter STEM fields.
Rosa V. Avalos Chumpitazi came from what she calls a "humble backgound" in Peru.
Gaurav Banga develops a new approach to computer security.
An engineering professional master's degree helped prepare Patrick Hamel for a job at JPMorgan Chase.
How a chemical engineering degree and a passion for academics led to a life in education.
Christof Spieler's passion for Houston led him to use his engineering skills to make a difference in the city's transit planning.
Kiri Kilpatrick might have gone into industry or a postdoc program.
Robert Flatt '69 was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 1999.
Star-struck since she was a child, Powtawche Williams now works for NASA.
A river aflame in his childhood inspired Jeff Taylor to become an environmental engineer.
Gene Mutschler attended Rice on a scholarship. Now he's working to ensure others like him can have similar opportunities.
Kevin Ting and his friends wanted a reliable source for information on candidates for public office so they built Soapbox.