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Dean's Leadership Institute

The Dean’s Leadership Institute is an exclusive opportunity for high-achieving students to connect and converse with industry and community executives to further develop leadership qualities. 

To take part in this invitation-only opportunity, students must be a sophomore, junior, or senior and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The group consists of up to 30 students, who are selected based on academic achievement, leadership qualities, and ability to make a one-year commitment to participating in the Institute.

2019-20 Dean's Leadership Institute

Abby Aquino

Abby Aquino
Mechanical Engineering

Victoria Bravo

Victoria Bravo
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Franzian Clavio

Franzian Clavio
Major: Aerospace Engineering

Hope Feltenberger

Hope Feltenberger
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Melissa Gaines

Melissa Gaines
Major: Computer Science

Grace Hutchinson

Grace Hutchinson
Major: Electrical Engineering

Madison Kane

Madison Kane
Major: Biomedical Engineering

Kevin Katz

Kevin Katz
Major: Chemical Engineering

DeLane Magee

DeLane Magee
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Jeanavic Malaiba

Jeanavic Malaiba
Major: Aerospace Engineering

Eric McDonough

Eric McDonough
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Jeffrey Nguyen

Jeffrey Nguyen
Major: Biomedical Engineering

Lynn Nguyen

Linh Nguyen
Major: Chemical Engineering

Briana Nunez

Brianda Nunez
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Brandon Pizarro-Romero

Brandon Pizarro-Romero
Major: Aerospace Engineering

Kayla Razon

Kayla Razon
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Juliana Resong

Juliana Resong
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Jainee Shah

Jainee Shah
Major: Computer Science

Zoe Smith

Zoe Smith
Major: Computer Science

James Spane

James Spane
Major: Electrical Engineering

Charlene Saurez

Charlene Suarez
Major: Civil Engineering

Ryan Valera

Ryan Valera
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Sonali Verma

Sonali Verma
Major: Aerospace Engineering

Michael Yap

Michael Yap
Major: Aerospace Engineering

*Not pictured: Cesar Ruiz, Chemical Engineering, and Daniel Villareal, Aerospace Engineering