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  • Meet Some of the Current and Future Pump Industry Leaders

    When members of the Hydraulic Institute began planning for the 100th Anniversary celebration, they quickly determined that attracting talent to the industry would be the number one goal of the celebration.  With that in mind, the team set about designing centennial projects and events to highlight the importance of the industry and the many career opportunities available.  Here we'd like to introduce you to just a few of the many dedicated Hydraulic Institute volunteers who, with the support and encouragement of their companies, work to develop standards, guidelines and educational materials to benefit pump users worldwide.

    Ready to join this vital industry?  Check out the many opportunities at our member companies.

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  • Bruce Ticknor, Director of Engineering, National Pump Company

    How long have you been an engineer? What made you choose engineering?  I graduated with a BSME from Washington State University in May of 2005. I started college wanting to be an architect, however, during my first year I realized this was not the correct path.  I then took a couple of the mechanical engineering courses, one of which included drafting

    By dgiordano at 6/28/2017 9:28:53 AM Comments (0)

    Audrey Mills, Product Engineer, ARO Fluid Products

    How long have you been an engineer? What made you choose engineering?  I’ve been an engineer for 6 years.  I was always interested in math and science, but didn’t realize that engineering would become my path until I graduated with a BS in Physics at Davidson College and wanted to learn how to apply those principals to the “real” world.  I went on to

    By dgiordano at 6/28/2017 9:09:30 AM Comments (0)

    Patrick Hogg, Vertical Motor & Variable Speed Product Manager, Nidec Motor Corporation

    How long have you been an engineer? What made you choose engineering?  I have been in engineering 10 Years; I have always been interested in how things work and how I could make them work differently.  Building and fixing things has been a passion of mine from a very young age.  After taking my first physics class and realizing it laid out how things

    By dgiordano at 6/28/2017 8:37:51 AM Comments (0)

    Jared Wageman, Product Development Engineer, Sundyne LLC

    How long have you been an engineer? What made you choose engineering? I’ve been an engineer for 11 years. I’ve always been mechanically minded, enjoyed knowing how things worked, and how they could be made better. I remember my dad saying he always wanted design cars, but ended up as a psychology professor. So when he passed away when I was ten, I

    By dgiordano at 6/28/2017 8:25:34 AM Comments (0)