November 11 was Veterans Day, the annual federal holiday which honors living military veterans, persons who have served in the United States Armed Forces and were honorably discharged. Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day. Armistice Day marks the anniversary of the end of World War I at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918.

The Department of Technology is proud to acknowledge our student and faculty Veterans.

Construction management

  • Lance Alaria
  • Tim Bassett, ’09 TEC Instructor, (U.S. Army Infantry 2003–2006 Operation Iraqi Freedom)
  • Michael Boffa (U.S. Navy, 2013–2017. Served on three nuclear aircraft carriers: CVN 71 Theodore Roosevelt, CVN 73 George Washington, and CVN 76 Ronald Reagan)
  • Vincent Cecchin (U.S. Air Force, four years)
  • Logan Dirks
  • Jonathan David Fister
  • Justin Gedaly
  • Bryce Gibson
  • Keagan Eugene Kibler
  • Luke Nyenhuis
  • Kevin O’Riley
  • Kevin Rivera
  • Max Schieler
  • Andrew Tran
  • Joseph Thomas Williams

Engineering technology

  • Jacob William Liaromatis (U.S. Marine Corps, 1-year active duty, Reserves 2.5 years)
  • Matthew Petersen
  • Aidan Mcneil Vaughn
  • Kyle Jordan Wantling

Computer systems technology

  • Alan Garcia
  • Tyler Johnson
  • Gunnar Manion (U.S. Marine Corps)

Sustainable and renewable energy

  • Matt Aldeman, faculty (U.S. Navy)
  • Claire Mikrut
  • Gabriel Eiter
  • Domonic Lange
  • Jonathan Lechner
  • Jason Polin (U.S. Navy, 6 years)
  • Thomas Langbein (U.S. Marine Corps, 2014–2018, currently in Reserves)

Technology and engineering education

  • Austin Bennett

Graduate programs

  • Justin Artman
  • Nicholas Carey (U.S. Marine Corps, 2012–2018)
  • Theo Eddins III (U.S. Army, 1986–1994)
  • Zebedeo Edward Houle
  • Samantha Taylor (U.S. Navy)