Industrial Advisory Board

MET Industrial Advisory Board group photo

The Mechanical Engineering Technology Industrial Advisory Board for the School of Technology provides valuable guidance and information related to current practices and emerging trends in the industries where our graduates work. Advisory board members come from a wide variety of industries and bring with them a diverse set of backgrounds and experiences. This wealth of knowledge is used to keep our curriculum current and help us make sure that we are preparing our students for the challenges of the global workplace.

The board generally meets each semester and the members participate in Senior Project presentations as evaluators, meet with students to get feedback on their experiences, and provide general advice and mentoring.

We are very appreciative of the efforts of our board members and the benefits they provide to our students and the entire School of Technology.

School's Industrial Advisory Boards

MET Board Members

Steven J. Bethel

Owner

Leadfoot Engineering, Inc.

Chassell, MI

 

Ross C. Bons

Project Engineer

Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Consumer Products

Green Bay, WI

 

Brian Hartwig

Senior Staff Engineer

Kohler—Engines

New Holstein, WI

 

Tory M. Jaloszynski

Staff Project Engineer

Cummins Emission Solutions

Stoughton, WI

 

Daniel H. Kallio

Quality Systems Manager

Oldenburg Group, Inc.

Iron River, MI

 

Nick J. Lindemann

General Manager

Selkey Fabricators LLC

Baraga, MI

 

Joseph G. Lucey

Senior Project Engineer

Harley-Davidson Motor Company

Wauwatosa, WI

 

Steven P. Onsager

Vice President of Engineering

Infratrol, LLC and Precision Quincy Ovens, LLC

New Berlin, WI

 

Jay T. Ruohonen

VP Business Lending & Development

Superior National Bank & Trust Company

Hancock, MI

 

Glen R. Simula

President

GS Engineering, Inc.

Houghton, MI

 

Clayton W. Webber

North American Sales Manager

Stober Drives, Inc.

Alexandria, KY

 

John C. Westman

Product Engineer

Pettibone Traverse Lift, LLC

Baraga, MI