2011 GRADUATE SURVEY RESULTS

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2011 GRADUATE SURVEY RESULTS

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Bachelor's Degree Recipients

165 100%

627 100%

2,105 100%

TOTAL NUMBER OF GRADUATES SURVEYED

Questionnaires:

118

72%

447

71%

1,470

70%

Not returned ………

12

7%

45

7%

139

7%

Not delivered by post office ………

35

21%

135

22%

496

24%

Returned by graduate ………

Responding graduates currently:

31

89%

103

76%

400

81%

Working ………

10

29%

32

24%

104

21%

Attending or waiting to attend school ……

1

3%

11

8%

39

8%

Unemployed ………

Master's Degree Recipients

56 100%

353 100%

2,445 100%

TOTAL NUMBER OF GRADUATES SURVEYED

Questionnaires:

33

59%

207

59%

1,421

58%

Not returned ………

2

4%

17

5%

91

4%

Not delivered by post office ………

21

38%

129

37%

933

38%

Returned by graduate ………

Responding graduates currently:

19

90%

109

84%

834

89%

Working ………

2

10%

26

20%

136

15%

Attending or waiting to attend school ……

73

8%

7

5%

Unemployed ………

Doctoral Degree Recipients

24 100%

81 100%

882 100%

TOTAL NUMBER OF GRADUATES SURVEYED

Questionnaires:

10

42%

41

51%

499

57%

Not returned………

3

12%

8

10%

33

4%

Not delivered by post office ………

11

46%

32

40%

350

40%

Returned by graduate ………

Responding graduates currently:

11 100%

32 100%

318

91%

Working ………

1

9%

1

3%

43

12%

Attending or waiting to attend school ……

32

9%

Unemployed ………

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DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Bachelor's Degree Recipients

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Working

21

68%

64

63%

199

51%

JOB IS: Full-time, career field, permanent ……

7

23%

26

25%

119

30%

Full-time, career field, will change

17

4%

2

2%

Full-time, outside career field ………

1

3%

3

3%

19

5%

Full-time, temporary ………

2

6%

7

7%

40

10%

Part-time ………

1

3%

7

7%

46

12%

WORK IS: Definitely beneath my level ………

5

16%

18

18%

75

19%

Somewhat beneath my level ………

25

81%

73

73%

263

67%

At an appropriate level ………

6

2%

2

2%

At too advanced a level ………

5

16%

11

11%

36

9%

ATTENDING Yes, related to UW education …………

2

6%

3

3%

23

6%

SCHOOL? Yes, career related, new area ………

2

1%

1

1%

Yes, not career related ………

24

77%

86

85%

336

85%

No ………

25

6%

3

3%

MONTHLY INCOME: Under $1000 ………

3

10%

6

6%

27

7%

1000- 1499 ………

1

3%

2

2%

21

5%

1500- 1999 ………

38

10%

7

7%

2000- 2499 ………

2

6%

5

5%

32

8%

2500- 2999 ………

3

10%

10

10%

43

11%

3000- 3499 ………

3

10%

6

6%

38

10%

3500- 3999 ………

3

10%

11

11%

44

11%

4000- 4500 ………

3

10%

14

14%

38

10%

4500- 4999 ………

7

23%

23

22%

48

12%

5000- 5499 ………

3

10%

10

10%

16

4%

5500- 5999 ………

3

10%

6

6%

17

4%

Over $6000 ………

19

66%

72

74%

271

74%

JOB LOCATION: King, Pierce, Snohomish ………

3

10%

7

7%

26

7%

Other Washington counties ………

11

3%

3

3%

Alaska, Idaho, Oregon ………

3

10%

7

7%

31

8%

California, Hawaii ………

2

7%

2

2%

8

2%

Mountain states ………

1

3%

2

2%

5

1%

Central states ………

1

3%

3

3%

11

3%

Eastern states ………

4

1%

1

1%

International ………

5

1%

1

1%

JOB SEARCH: Newspaper ads ………

18

40%

51

38%

156

29%

The Internet ………

1

2%

6

4%

44

8%

Professional organization ………

1

2%

3

2%

20

4%

Employment agency ………

4

9%

13

10%

44

8%

Faculty advisor or committee …………

10

22%

43

32%

210

39%

Networking/personal contacts …………

11

24%

19

14%

58

11%

(3)

Attending School

3

38%

6

20%

16

17%

LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Bachelor's …………

1

12%

6

20%

12

13%

Terminal Master

4

50%

18

60%

57

61%

Master's/PhD ……

5

5%

Professional …… Vocational …………

3

3%

Other ………

4

44%

12

39%

26

25%

ARE YOU ALSO EMPLOYED? Yes, by the school ………

25

24%

4

13%

Yes, other part-time …

3

3%

1

3%

Yes, other full-time …

5

56%

14

45%

49

48%

No ………

Unemployed

1

100%

1

10%

4

11%

REASON NOT Volunteering ………

3

9%

1

10%

WORKING Raising a family ……… Taking care of an ill relative ……

2

6%

Traveling, etc. ………

15

43%

4

40%

Looking for work ………

4

11%

2

20%

Deciding what to do ………

3

9%

1

10%

Taking time off ………

4

11%

1

10%

(4)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

While a UW student, did you participate in:

17

17

59

70

285

196

Community volunteer service (outside of UW)

4

30

21

105

174

300

Community service as part of a UW course (Service learning)

9

25

40

87

192

284

A public service internship or other work-based learning (for credit or pay)

19

15

68

60

139

337

Faculty research beyond being a research subject

No

No

No

No

contribution

contribution

contribution

contribution

Small

Small

Small

Small

contribution

contribution

contribution

contribution

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

contribution

contribution

contribution

contribution

Strong

Strong

Strong

Strong

contribution

contribution

contribution

contribution

1 2 3 4

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

How has your participation contributed to your

preparation and success in your current primary

activity?

1.81

Volunteer Service

0.73

2.25

Service Learning

0.43

3.50

Internship/Work-based

0.71

3.18

Faculty Research

0.78

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT - Bachelor's Degree Recipients

During the past year, how many hours each month, on average, did you devoted to volunteer work or a community

action program?

19

54%

74

56%

231

48%

None

10

29%

29

22%

123

26%

1 - 3

4

11%

13

10%

48

10%

4 - 6

1

3%

6

5%

29

6%

7 - 10

1

3%

10

8%

50

10%

Over 10

In the past year, approximately how much have you contrubuted monetarily to charities or philanthropies?

19

54%

76

58%

278

58%

Less than $100

6

17%

23

18%

98

20%

$100 - 250

5

14%

14

11%

43

9%

$250 - 500

1

3%

4

3%

22

5%

$500 - 1000

4

11%

14

11%

39

8%

Over $1000

If I had to make my college choice over again, I would choose to attend UW.

2

6%

4

3%

21

4%

Strongly disagree

11

2%

1

1%

Disagree

40

8%

12

9%

Indifferent

11

32%

34

27%

146

31%

Agree

21

62%

76

60%

254

54%

Strongly agree

(5)

STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients

1 2 3 4 5

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

YOUR SKILLS: Rate yourself on each of the following

abilities.

Poor

Poor

Poor

Poor

Fair

Fair

Fair

Fair

Good

Good

Good

Good

Very Good

Very Good

Very Good

Very Good

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

3.53

Writing effectively

0.81

3.35

Speaking effectively

0.94

3.67

Critically analyzing written

information

0.84

4.15

Defining and solving problems

0.77

4.06

Working and/or learning independently

0.84

4

Working cooperatively in a group

0.91

2.38

Using a foreign language

1.35

3.06

Understanding and appreciating the

arts

1.08

4.26

Understanding and applying

scientific principles and methods

0.85

4.12

Understanding and applying

quantitative principles and methods

0.96

3.53

Understanding and appreciating

diverse philosophies and cultures

0.95

3.62

Understanding the interaction of

society and the environment

0.84

4.41

Working effectively with modern

technology, especially computers

0.84

4.24

Locating information needed to help

make decisions or solve problems

0.88

3.91

Using knowledge, ideas, or

perspectives gained from major field

0.79

3.79

Using knowledge, ideas, or

perspectives gained outside major

0.8

3.44

Using management/leadership

capabilities

0.91

3.79

Recognizing your responsibilities,

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STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients

1 2 3 4 5

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

NECESSITY: How important are each of these abilities

to your current primary activity?

Not

Not

Not

Not

Important

Important

Important

Important

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Important

Important

Important

Important

Important

Important

Important

Important

Very

Very

Very

Very

Important

Important

Important

Important

Essential

Essential

Essential

Essential

3.56

Writing effectively

1.12

3.71

Speaking effectively

1.04

4.03

Critically analyzing written

information

1.10

4.47

Defining and solving problems

0.78

4

Working and/or learning independently

0.94

3.97

Working cooperatively in a group

1.01

1.29

Using a foreign language

0.62

1.53

Understanding and appreciating the

arts

1.06

4.38

Understanding and applying

scientific principles and methods

0.80

4.15

Understanding and applying

quantitative principles and methods

1.09

2.18

Understanding and appreciating

diverse philosophies and cultures

1.2

2.91

Understanding the interaction of

society and the environment

1.04

4.29

Working effectively with modern

technology, especially computers

1.04

4.38

Locating information needed to help

make decisions or solve problems

0.91

3.94

Using knowledge, ideas, or

perspectives gained from major field

1.3

3.44

Using knowledge, ideas, or

perspectives gained outside major

1.12

3.44

Using management/leadership

capabilities

1.06

2.91

Recognizing your responsibilities,

(7)

STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients

1 2 3 4 5

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

SATISFACTION: How satisfied are you with the

University of Washington's contribution to your

development in each area?

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Little

Little

Little

Little

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Very

Very

Very

Very

3.53

Writing effectively

1.04

3.65

Speaking effectively

0.94

3.76

Critically analyzing written

information

0.89

4.15

Defining and solving problems

0.88

4.06

Working and/or learning independently

0.80

4.06

Working cooperatively in a group

0.94

2.13

Using a foreign language

1.41

3.06

Understanding and appreciating the

arts

1.13

4.27

Understanding and applying

scientific principles and methods

0.71

3.94

Understanding and applying

quantitative principles and methods

0.84

3.35

Understanding and appreciating

diverse philosophies and cultures

1.19

3.39

Understanding the interaction of

society and the environment

0.92

4.15

Working effectively with modern

technology, especially computers

0.99

3.85

Locating information needed to help

make decisions or solve problems

0.91

4.03

Using knowledge, ideas, or

perspectives gained from major field

0.97

3.65

Using knowledge, ideas, or

perspectives gained outside major

0.76

3.09

Using management/leadership

capabilities

1.01

3.27

Recognizing your responsibilities,

(8)

STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients

1 2 3 4 5

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

In general, how satisfied are you with your UW

education with regard to each of the following?

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Little

Little

Little

Little

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Very

Very

Very

Very

4.09

Quality of instruction in your major

field

0.74

3.71

Quality of instruction outside of

your major field

0.75

3.62

Interaction with faculty outside of

the classroom

1.26

3.44

Assistance by faculty in pursuing

your career

1.26

3.38

Assistance in finding employment

1.31

3.59

Academic advising

1.17

3.68

Your readiness for a career

0.96

3.74

Your readiness for advanced education

(9)

DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Master's Degree Recipients

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Working

16

84%

84

77%

484

59%

JOB IS: Full-time, career field, permanent …

3

16%

15

14%

195

24%

Full-time, career field, will change

32

4%

5

5%

Full-time, outside career field …………

40

5%

2

2%

Full-time, temporary ………

76

9%

3

3%

Part-time ………

65

8%

3

3%

WORK IS: Definitely beneath my level …………

4

21%

21

19%

165

20%

Somewhat beneath my level ………

15

79%

85

78%

593

72%

At an appropriate level ………

4

1%

At too advanced a level ………

2

11%

10

9%

66

8%

ATTENDING Yes, post-graduate in my degree

4

21%

12

11%

78

9%

SCHOOL? Yes, career related, new area ……

22

3%

3

3%

Yes, not career related ………

13

68%

84

77%

666

80%

No ………

12

1%

MONTHLY INCOME: Under $500 ………

9

1%

$500 - 999 ………

30

4%

1000- 1499 ………

34

4%

1500- 1999 ………

70

9%

3

3%

2000- 2499 ………

1

5%

2

2%

75

9%

2500- 2999 ………

102

13%

8

8%

3000- 3499 ………

70

9%

6

6%

3500- 3999 ………

3

16%

10

9%

85

10%

4000- 4500 ………

15

79%

77

73%

326

40%

Over $4500 ………

14

74%

78

73%

540

68%

JOB LOCATION: King, Pierce, Snohomish …………

45

6%

5

5%

Other Washington counties ……

36

5%

3

3%

Alaska, Idaho, Oregon ………

4

21%

9

8%

42

5%

California, Hawaii ………

17

2%

2

2%

Mountain states ………

1

5%

4

4%

39

5%

Central states ………

53

7%

5

5%

Eastern states ………

18

2%

1

1%

International ………

13

2%

2

2%

JOB SEARCH: Newspaper ads ………

12

52%

59

55%

380

51%

World wide web/internet ………

3

13%

11

10%

37

5%

Employment agency ………

6

26%

19

18%

158

21%

Professional organization ………

2

9%

16

15%

162

22%

(10)

DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Master's Degree Recipients

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Attending School

LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Undergraduate

8

6%

Master's ………

2

100%

23

92%

109

83%

Doctoral ………

5

4%

Professional …

1

1%

Vocational ………

8

6%

2

8%

Other ………

2

100%

11

50%

29

27%

ARE YOU ALSO EMPLOYED? Yes, by the school ……

12

11%

1

5%

Yes, other part-time

19

18%

2

9%

Yes, other full-time

47

44%

8

36%

No ………

Unemployed

24

33%

2

29%

LOOKING FOR WORK? Yes, career field only ………

3

4%

Yes, any field ………

16

22%

3

43%

Yes, may be temporary …………

9

12%

No, traveling, etc. ………

1

1%

No, deciding what to do ……

19

26%

2

29%

No, not at present ………

TYPE OF EMPLOYER - Master's Degree Recipients

11

55%

66

52%

227

25%

Business (for profit) ………

68

8%

Business (not for profit) ………

111

12%

Education (K-12) ………

Education (post-secondary)

16

2%

1

1%

Univ/college tenure-track faculty ………

10

1%

1

1%

Univ/college non-tenure-track faculty ………

1

5%

4

3%

62

7%

Univ/college research or administrative …

8

1%

1

1%

Postdoctoral appointment ………

91

10%

7

6%

Government agency ………

5

25%

36

29%

63

7%

Industry ………

16

2%

Law firm ………

98

11%

Medical faculty ………

1

5%

3

2%

10

1%

Military ………

14

2%

1

1%

Private practice ………

18

2%

Self-employed ………

32

4%

Social service agency ………

2

10%

6

5%

54

6%

(11)

STUDENT OUTCOMES - Master's Degree Recipients

How satisfied are you with the University of

Washington's contribution to your professional and

academic growth in each of the following areas?

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Little

Little

Little

Little

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Very

Very

Very

Very

1 2 3 4 5

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

3.95

Writing effectively in your field

0.86

3.8

Speaking effectively in your field

0.93

4.35

Critically analyzing technical

writing from your field

0.85

4.1

Learning independently

0.99

4.35

Critically analyzing the research

literature from your field

0.65

4

Applying research to problems in

your field

0.77

4.25

Applying quantitative principles

and methods to problems in your field

0.7

4.1

Defining and solving problems in your

field

0.77

4.05

Working cooperatively in a group

1.05

4.14

Preparing for a career

1.04

3.90

Preparing for furthering your

education in your field

1.02

3.76

Understanding differing philosophies

and cultures

0.92

3.1

Understanding the interaction of

society and the environment

1.11

3.52

Recognizing your responsibilities,

rights and privileges as a

1.18

In general, how satisfied are you with your UW education for

this degree with regard to each of the following?

4.1

Quality of instruction in your major

field

0.83

3.47

Quality of instruction outside of

your major field

0.75

3.85

Interaction with faculty outside of

the classroom

1.01

3.71

Assistance by faculty in pursuing

your career

1.35

3.4

Assistance in finding employment

1.32

3.57

Advising and other student services

(12)

DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Doctoral Degree Recipients

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Working

8

73%

20

62%

179

57%

JOB IS: Full-time, career field, permanent …

2

18%

8

25%

85

27%

Full-time, career field, will change

4

1%

Full-time, outside career field …………

21

7%

3

9%

Full-time, temporary………

1

9%

1

3%

26

8%

Part-time ………

13

4%

WORK IS: Definitely beneath my level …………

29

9%

2

6%

Somewhat beneath my level ………

11

100%

30

94%

275

87%

At an appropriate level ……… At too advanced a level ………

18

6%

ATTENDING Yes, post-graduate in my degree

14

4%

1

3%

SCHOOL? Yes, career related, new area ……

1

9%

1

3%

6

2%

Yes, not career related ………

10

91%

29

94%

278

88%

No ………

2

1%

MONTHLY INCOME: Under $500 ………

$500 - 999 ………

10

3%

1000- 1499 ………

8

3%

1500- 1999 ………

1

10%

2

7%

15

5%

2000- 2499 ………

1

10%

1

3%

28

9%

2500- 2999 ………

53

17%

1

3%

3000- 3499 ………

30

10%

1

3%

3500- 3999 ………

38

12%

4

14%

4000- 4500 ………

8

80%

20

69%

124

40%

Over $4500 ………

3

27%

9

29%

147

48%

JOB LOCATION: King, Pierce, Snohomish …………

12

4%

Other Washington counties ……

1

9%

2

6%

21

7%

Alaska, Idaho, Oregon ………

5

45%

9

29%

34

11%

California, Hawaii ………

13

4%

1

3%

Mountain states ………

15

5%

1

3%

Central states ………

1

9%

8

26%

51

17%

Eastern states ………

1

9%

1

3%

11

4%

International ………

1

1%

JOB SEARCH: Newspaper ads ………

2

17%

8

24%

92

30%

World wide web/internet ………

6

2%

Employment agency ………

5

42%

8

24%

74

24%

Professional organization ………

5

42%

17

52%

131

43%

(13)

DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Doctoral Degree Recipients

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Attending School

LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Undergraduate Master's ………

23

55%

Doctoral ………

13

31%

Professional … Vocational ………

1

100%

1

100%

6

14%

Other ………

9

33%

ARE YOU ALSO EMPLOYED? Yes, by the school ……

2

7%

Yes, other part-time

3

11%

Yes, other full-time

13

48%

No ………

Unemployed

14

44%

LOOKING FOR WORK? Yes, career field only ………

3

9%

Yes, any field ………

8

25%

Yes, may be temporary …………

2

6%

No, traveling, etc. ………

No, deciding what to do ……

5

16%

No, not at present ………

TYPE OF EMPLOYER - Doctoral Degree Recipients

1

9%

7

22%

26

8%

Business (for profit) ………

12

4%

Business (not for profit) ………

7

2%

Education (K-12) ………

Education (post-secondary)

24

7%

2

6%

Univ/college tenure-track faculty ………

10

3%

1

3%

Univ/college non-tenure-track faculty ………

13

4%

1

3%

Univ/college research or administrative …

42

12%

2

6%

Postdoctoral appointment ………

2

18%

5

16%

35

10%

Government agency ………

7

64%

11

34%

16

5%

Industry ………

21

6%

1

3%

Law firm ………

97

29%

Medical faculty ………

1

9%

1

3%

4

1%

Military ………

12

4%

Private practice ………

7

2%

Self-employed ………

4

1%

Social service agency ………

10

3%

1

3%

(14)

STUDENT OUTCOMES - Doctoral Degree Recipients

How satisfied are you with the University of

Washington's contribution to your professional and

academic growth in each of the following areas?

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Not at all

Little

Little

Little

Little

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Somewhat

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Mostly

Very

Very

Very

Very

1 2 3 4 5

Mean

S.D.

Electrical Engineering

College Of Engineering

All Professional

Electrical Engineering

4.3

Writing effectively in your field

0.9

4.3

Speaking effectively in your field

0.78

4.2

Critically analyzing technical

writing from your field

0.98

4.9

Learning independently

0.3

4.4

Critically analyzing the research

literature from your field

0.92

4.6

Applying research to problems in

your field

0.66

4.3

Applying quantitative principles

and methods to problems in your field

0.9

4.4

Defining and solving problems in your

field

0.92

4.2

Working cooperatively in a group

0.87

4.2

Preparing for a career

0.98

3.9

Preparing for furthering your

education in your field

1.04

3.9

Understanding differing philosophies

and cultures

0.7

3.2

Understanding the interaction of

society and the environment

0.98

3.7

Recognizing your responsibilities,

rights and privileges as a

0.78

In general, how satisfied are you with your UW education for

this degree with regard to each of the following?

4.4

Quality of instruction in your major

field

0.8

3.9

Quality of instruction outside of

your major field

0.7

4.1

Interaction with faculty outside of

the classroom

0.94

3.8

Assistance by faculty in pursuing

your career

1.4

3.6

Assistance in finding employment

1.36

3.8

Advising and other student services

(15)

CURRENT ACTIVITY ROSTER

Working

Job Title

Employer

R & D Engineer

Fluke Networks

Permanent in career:

BACHELOR'S

test engineer

emulex

Enterprise Engineer

Boeing

Electrical Field Engineer

BPA

Component Design Engineer

Intel Corporation

Manufacturing Engineer

Boeing

Design Engineer

Snohomish County PUD

Electrophysics Engineer

Boeing

Electrical Engineer

Bonneville Power Admin

Electrical Engineer, Assist

City of Seattle

Junior Electrical Engineer

Quest Integrity Group

Electrical Engineer

Verathon Medical, Inc.

Power Distribution Engineer

Pacificorp

Software Development Eng.

Lab126

Engineer Electrical

Crane Electronics

Network Engineer

Verizon

Mask Designer

Intel

Electrical Engineer

Puget Sound Naval Shipyar

Electrical Engineer

Boeing

Design Engineer

eSwing

Career, change likely:

Electro-Physics Engineer

The Boeing Company

Research Assistant

UW

iOS Developer

Early Ascent, LLC.

Software Engineer

X2Impact

EMS Modeling Engineer

WECC

Software Test Engineer

MAQ Software

Banquet server

Hyatt

Part-time:

Research Scientist

Intel Corporation

Permanent in career:

DOCTORATE

Senior Ultrasound Engineer

SonoSite

Senior Researcher

TUBITAK

software engineer

google, inc.

Research Engineer

Robert Bosch LLC.

Electrical Engineer

Sawoia National Labs

engineer

spawar

Staff Engineer

Qualcomm

research engineer

Nuance Communications Inc

Career, change likely:

Power Systems Engineer

Alstom Grid

Research Associate

University of Washington

Part-time:

Applications Engineer

Crane Electronics

Permanent in career:

MASTER'S

Electrical Engineer

Microsoft

Systems Engineer

Boeing

Wireless Dev. Manager

Microsoft

Electrical Engineer

The Boeing Co.

Engineer

Boeing

Computer Scientist

Adope Systems Incorporate

Engineer

T-Mobile USA

Electrical Engineer

Andrews Space

Manager

Boeing

hardware engineer

cobham aevos.

Design Verification Eng

Microsoft Xbox

Hardware Engineer

Google

(16)

Working

Job Title

Employer

Test Engineer II

Fluke Electronics

designer

snohomish pud

Applications Engineer

Pic. Computing

Career, change likely:

Engineer

Qualcomm Inc.

In School

Program Level

Program

Field of study

Institution

Electrical Engineering

Masters/Doctoral

BACHELOR'S

Master of Science

University of Washington

Electrical Engineering

Stanford University

Ph.D

Electrical Engineering

UC Berkeley

PhD

Electrical Engineering

Arizona State University

MSE

Power

Undergraduate

EE

UW

Software engineer

WSU

Computer Science

Masters/Doctoral

MASTER'S

PhD Electrical Engineer

UW

university of Washington

Electrical engineering

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