ME Advisory Council

The Engineering Advisory Council is a select group of executive-level business, community and technology leaders who help shape the research and teaching mission of the College of Engineering. The Council helps encourage the development of needed programs, and provides important links to the community and to the engineering and research needs of our region.

The Council also helps the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and thus the College of Engineering, to strengthen its learning, research, and outreach programs, improve its facilities, expand its base of support, and serve its alumni. In addition, the council advises the ME Department on industry's perspective on engineering education, and helps with the implementation of dual-degree and advanced-degree programs. Council members actively participate in the continual assessment of college progress and the development of college/industry partnerships.


Department By-Laws

William Bilbow, Vice-Chair
Danfoss Turbocor

Rick Lacombe
Ghost Controls

Bryant Buchner
Quest Engineering & Failure Analysis, Inc.

Robert Parsons
Verdicorp Environmental Technologies

Reeshemah Burrell
Department of Energy

Stacey Payne-King
King Engineering and Technology

Allen DeWolf
DeWolf and Associates

Robert Potts

Damion Dunlap
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City

Shane Remy
Quest Engineering & Failure Analysis, Inc

Rob Fisher
Nestle Waters North America

Lloyd Reshard
Pivotal Data Technologies

Michael Hays
Cummins, Inc.

Paul Royal
The Patent Guild

Tameika Hollis
Northrop Grumman

Sam Taylor
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City

Todd Hopwood
Helping Hand Power

Kevin Walker
Unison Industries

Joel House
AFRL Munitions Directorate

Mellissa Van Dyke
NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center

Robert Kenney
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training

Bruce Van Stratum
Chemring Ordnance

Gregory Kostrzewsky, Chair
Cummins Inc.