Class of 2019

2019 Esm Ceremony

ND Energy presented certificates to nineteen students who completed the Energy Studies Minor during the 2018-19 academic year at a ceremony on Friday, May 18, 2019 in the atrium of Stinson-Remick Hall.

The invocation was led by Rev. Terrence Ehrman, C.S.C., assistant director for life sciences research and outreach in the Center for Theology, Science, and Human Flourishing. The graduates were then addressed by Leo McWilliams, assistant dean for undergraduate programs and director of the minority engineering program in the College of Engineering.

Graduates Alexander James Baumann, Kevin Thomas Clancy, Edgar Patrick Duffy, Kelly Fischer, John Driscoll Fitzsimmons, Grace Georgi, Kevin Charles Hottinger, James William Irving, Elisabeth Clare Kerns, Eduardo Andres Perés, and Nicholas P. Waytula were unable to attend. Listed below are the students who received their certificates at the ceremony.

Matthew Chamberlin


Matthew Chamberlain
Laguna Hills, California

Major: Chemical Engineering
Future plans: Fuel, Process, Optimization Engineer at ExxonMobil

Cameron Gorsak


Cameron Gorsak
Lusby, Maryland

Major: Physics, Catholic Social Traditions Minor
Future plans: Teaching middle school math and science with Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education program.

Jared Hendrick


Jared Burns Hendrick
Bronxville, New York

Major: Finance
Future plans: Investment Banking Analyst at J.P. Morgan

Michael Kay


Michael Joseph Kay
Lakewood, Ohio

Major: Electrical Engineering
Future plans: Edison Engineering Development Program at Current

Brady Mclaughlin


Brady Collins McLaughlin
Ponte Vedra, Florida

Major: Physics in Medicine, Glynn Family Honors Program
Future plans: Project Manager at Epic Systems

Kylie Minor


Kylie N. Minor
Bakersfield, California

Major: Economics, Theology minor
Future plans: Integrated Supply and Trading Marketing and Originations Analyst at BP

Kelly Prussack


Kelly A. Prussack
Long Valley, New Jersey

Major: Mechanical Engineering
Future plans: Space Engineer at Northrop Grumman

Marisa Ross


Marisa Anne Ross
Fairfax, Virginia

Major: Environmental Engineering
Future plans: Work as an environmental engineer in compliance for the federal government