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IGS Executive Board

Morgan Thomas

“Hi everyone! My name is Morgan Thomas and I am a fourth-year Biomedical Engineering major and Public Health Minor. Prior to serving as President, I served as a team lead for two semesters on the Infant Incubator Project which was by far the most rewarding thing I have done throughout college. In addition, I’ve been able to intern as a Product Development Sourcing Specialist and Product Engineer at Plexus Corporation and intern as a Supplier Quality Engineer at Medtronic this past summer. I began my journey with IGS during my 2nd year, shadowing full-time students after a friend recommended joining and it is one of the best decisions I have ever made. My goal as president is to help other MTU students gain valuable and applicable skills that can be utilized in their future careers.”

Reyce Bowerman
Vice President

“My name is Reyce Bowerman and I am the Vice President of the Innovative Global Solutions Enterprise. I am a 4th-year Biomedical Engineering student with a minor in Mathematics and Business. I enjoy using my skills to contribute to the exciting Infant Incubator project with the Housing subteam. Currently, I am the RA for the Women in Engineering (WIE) learning community and the System Administrator for the MTU MathLab. This past summer I was an Engineering Services Intern for ThermoAnalytics where I improved my skills with human modeling software. This will be my 3rd semester on the Infant Incubator team and I look forward to the improvements we will be making this year.”

Catherine Schelonka
Infant Incubator Team Lead

“My name is Catherine Schelonka and I am a third-year Biomedical Engineering major and Public Health minor. I am this year’s team lead for the infant incubator project. This is my fourth semester working with the team and I have thoroughly enjoyed my time on this project. I have been able to gain an array of technical skills through working on the different components of the incubator, as well as soft skills such as learning how to present and work with others. This past summer I interned at Harting with their product management team and I can say that this project is the one thing that prepared me best for my time in industry, above my classes or other activities. As team lead, I hope to help facilitate others in gaining the same experience I have working on this project.”