Alumnus thriving as an professional engineer
CME alumnus Hussein Mohd was recently featured in an article in the Daily Southtown where he talk about his journey to becoming an engineer and how he is flourishing in the field.
Mohd is work as a structural civil engineer for the international firm Ardmore Roderick, where he’s tasked with improving access to the Obama Presidential Center under construction in Hyde Park.
“My job is very rewarding to see what was on a plan come to life,” Mohd said in the article.
The article also includes Clinical Associate Professor Hossein Ataei, who directs the Construction Engineering and Management Program at UIC, and Professor of Practice Christopher Burke, CEO of Christopher Burke Engineering, who was Mohd’s adviser for his senior design project.
Read the full story at star student.