Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Roach to talk about engineering

Zebrick Roach has extensive experience in product development from his work at Phillips, Synapse, Quantus, and Tactile spanning over 12 years in mechanical engineering design. Mr Roach is currently a senior mechanical engineer working at Tactile, a local design consultancy. His education includes a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UW Seattle. Zebrick has participated on 2 medical related patents, a carrying case for a defibrillator and accessories, and a pinch case for defibrillator pads. When he’s not designing new products, Zebrick has made time to have a family with two children, pursued mountaineering, and has been able to travel throughout Europe, Asia, and S. America for both work and leisure. In contrast to a lack of interest during high school, Zebrick found a drive to succeed in college from the engineering curriculum and expects to be managing a team of design engineers working on attractive and interesting projects in the near future.

Zebrick plans to share his experience gained from a wide variety of companies and fields of engineering. As many of our students begin the search for our first engineering job, Zebrick will discuss advantages and disadvantages associated with choosing a specific field or company.

This Event will be held at UW Bothell's Makerspace in Discovery Hall at 4:30 pm on Monday, March 7th.

 

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