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Team Expo

Engineering Expo is one of the largest career fairs in the Midwest.  It takes the efforts of a team of hardworking student volunteers and Engineering Career Services staff members to provide the best possible event for student job seekers and recruiters.   

Expo Coordinators

The Engineering Expo student volunteers are managed by student coordinators. They handle everything from selecting the date, booking the venue, publicizing the event to students, organizing teams of student volunteers, to day-of-event logistics like table and display organization, refreshments and more! Engineering Career Services manages employer publicity, event registration, finances, and event inquiries. You can direct your questions to or call 614-292-6651 between 8:00am and 5:00pm EST.

The 2018 Engineering Expo Coordinator role is shared by three students:

Raghad Kodvawala (B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Spring 2020)

Kathleen Whalen (B.S. Food Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Spring 2019)

Abigail Warburton (B.S. Food Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Spring 2019)


The Engineering Expo is the  major fund-raising event for Engineers' Council. E-Council is composed of representatives from engineering student organizations and project teams. The E-Council Faculty Advisor is David L. Tomasko, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education and Student Services and Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Engineering Career Services - Registration Management

Although Engineering Expo is a student fundraiser, everyone in Engineering Career Services helps out.  Registration for Expo is handled through Engineering Career Services. Amy Franklin, Employer Services Manager, is on hand from 7:30am to 4:00pm EST to work with employers and assist with questions regarding registration.  Effie Patitsas, Office Manager, fields questions related to payments for Engineering Expo.  Danielle Corrigan, Employer Relations & Recruiting Coordinator, works closely with employers to ensure successful on-campus recruiting efforts.  Amy Thaci, Director, works with employers on recruiting strategies and assists graduating students with their job searches. Cecil Okotah, Information Associate, fields both student and employer questions. Rachel Kaschner, Assistant Director, advises students on their job searches. Katy Arenschield, Engineering Co-op & Internship Program Manager, works with both co-op and intern employers and students.  Kaitlin Schafer & Ashley Taylor, Career Counselors, provide students with career and job search counseling. Alex Austin, Graduate Associate, advises students.  Laura Pizoli, Resource Planning Analyst, helps resolve problems with our online recruiting software.