Bryan Trilli ’05 was recently featured in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. From the story:
Trilli didn‘t set out to become an entrepreneur or Internet marketer. Instead, his plan was to become an automotive engineer, which is why he chose to continue his education at Kettering University in Flint, Mich., where he received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering with a specialty in engine simulation with cum laude honors in 2005.
“Kettering had a mandatory co-op program from the very first year which allows you to get real world experience alongside getting an education which was a process I loved during my senior year at Charleroi when I worked at Duquesne University,” Trilli said. “Their alumni are a veritable who‘s who in the auto industry, it‘s a Top 5 mechanical engineering school and, like me, most students are relatively obsessed with automobiles.”