Physics

Engineering Graduate Schools

Williams alumni have entered the following engineering graduate programs.

Class of 1988 – Class of 2014

Class

Degree, Program, School

2014 M.S. in mechanical engineering, Tufts University
2011 M.S. in mechanical engineering, Stanford University
M.S./Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, Boston University
Ph.D. in optical sciences, University of Arizona
2010 M.S./Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
M.S./Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, Oregon State University
Ph.D. in civil engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Ph.D. in biological engineering, M.I.T.
2009 Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, Princeton University
Dual M.S. in mechanical engineering & energy policy, University of Michigan
Ph.D. in bioengineering, Caltech
Ph.D. in neural engineering, Pennsylvania State University
2007 M.S./Ph.D. in applied ocean science & engineering, M.I.T./Woods Hole
M.S./Ph.D. in electrical engineering, Cornell University
2006 M.S./Ph.D. in aerospace engineering, University of Texas
M.S./Ph.D. in aerospace engineering, Cornell University
M.S./Ph.D. in aeronautics & astronautics, M.I.T.
M.S./Ph.D. in aeronautics & astronautics, Purdue University
M.S. in civil & environmental engineering, Stanford University
M.S. in architectural acoustics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
2005 Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, University of California, Davis
M.S. in aerospace engineering, University of Virginia
Ph.D. in electrical engineering, Columbia University (after 3-2 program)
M.S./Ph.D. in bioengineering, Cornell University
M.S./Ph.D. in environmental sciences & engineering, University of North Carolina
2004 M.S. in mechanical engineering, University of Texas
2003 M.S. in mechanical engineering, Colorado State University
2002 M.S. in electrical engineering, Princeton University
M.S. in electrical & computer engineering, Northeastern University
2001 Ph.D. in electrical engineering, University of California at Berkeley
M.S./Ph.D. in engineering design, Stanford University
M.S. in management science and engineering, Stanford University
M.S./Ph.D. in public policy, aerospace engineering, & systems engineering, M.I.T.
M.S. in engineering, Dartmouth College (after Dual Degree Program)
2000 M.S. in civil engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, Johns Hopkins University
M.S./Ph.D. in material science & engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
1999 M.S. in environmental engineering, University of Texas; then Ph.D. in environmental engineering, University of Michigan
Ph.D. in operations research, Cornell University
1998 M.S. in systems engineering, Stanford University
M.S. in electrical engineering, University of Illinois; then Ph.D. in electrical engineering, Virginia Tech
Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, University of Massachusetts
1997 Ph.D. in civil engineering, Northwestern University
M.S. in mechanical engineering, Stanford University
1996 M.S. in oceanic engineering, M.I.T./ Woods Hole
1995 M.S. in electrical engineering, University of Michigan
1994 M.S. in electrical engineering, M.I.T. (N.S.F. Graduate Fellowship)
M.S. in engineering-economic systems, Stanford University
M.S. in mechanical engineering, Stanford University
M.Eng. in structural engineering, Princeton University
1993 M.S. in mechanical engineering, Columbia University
M.Eng. in electrical engineering, McGill University
1991 M.S. in aeronautical engineering, Caltech
1990 Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronomics, University of Washington
1989 Ph.D. in electrical engineering, Cornell University
1988 Ph.D. in biomechanical engineering, Univ. of Pennsylvania