CSULB Antelope Valley Extension Campus Celebrates Graduation 2017
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Extension Campus - Antelope Valley Engineering Program celebrated its students graduation Class of 2017 on Thursday 12/21/2017 at the J.P. Eliopulos Hellenic Center - 43404 30th St. West in Lancaster. Graduating students completed their Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Students graduated include: Jonathan Collins, Ryan Garcia, Vincent Girard, Trevor Hench, Stephanie Leathers, Erik Mendoza, Kelsey Miguel, Joseph Piotrowski, Samson Robbins, Valerie Stahl, Curtis Stump, Christopher Williams, Emmanuel Gomez, Matthew Nicholson, Curtis Ploutz, and Aramis Rodriguez.
According to CSULB Executive Director, Dr. Khalil Dajani who said “during the past few years, students spent their time working on engineering coursework and made significant connections with the industry in the Antelope Valley as well as laid the groundwork that will guide them for the rest of their life. Students also met CSULB faculty members and mentors who guided them to think in novel ways and consider new perspectives”.
At the ceremony, President Edward Knudson of Antelope Valley College delivered the Congratulatory Remarks and Dr. Forouzan Golshani, CSULB Dean provided the Welcome and Introduction to the graduating class. Dr. Shawn H. Phillips, Chief of the Rocket Propulsion Division of the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL/RQR) at Edwards was the key Note Speaker at the graduation event.
CSULB Antelope Valley Engineering Program is a cohort model approach and your engagement with local industry, both hallmarks of engineering programs which have helped students gain valuable teamwork skills. For more information on CSULB Extension Campus engineering programs, please visit their website http://www.csulb.edu/college-of-engineering/antelope-valley-program or visit campus on 45356 Division Street, Lancaster, CA 93535, (661) 723-6429 ext. 104/103.