Dr. Nicole Okamoto
I want to give you my heartfelt congratulations on your graduation! From Calculus I through your senior design project, you have completed one of the toughest programs on campus. You should be very proud of your accomplishment. Your achievements this past year, such as the first place finish in ASME’s Old Guard poster competition and a second place win at a student AIAA conference, show that you can compete with the best. You are graduating at a time of great change, when STEM-trained graduates with hands-on skills will be needed to make a difference in the Bay Area and the world. This year you’ve dealt with difficulties and disappointments – SAE vehicles that you couldn’t bring to competition and senior design projects that you couldn’t build due to Covid-19. This experience is just the first of many of the changes to come that we cannot imagine. But with your education and tenacity to achieve, as you have shown by your graduation, you will be able to help shape those changes. As you go through it all, please remember those of us staying behind at SJSU – find us on Facebook, and stop by now and then to say hello. Congratulations!
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Congratulations! I've seen your creativity, professionalism, and leadership while I was teaching you. You are more than ready to contribute to our community. I wish you all the best in your next step. Go Spartan!
Congratulations to the graduating ME senior class. I had the pleasure of working with many of you on your Senior Design Projects and together we applied the engineering principles which you have learned while at SJSU. Now that you have graduated, make the most of every opportunity and keep accomplishing your best work. Thanks !
Congratulations class of 2020!
Professor Raymond K. Yee
Dear ME Graduates,
Congratulations to your graduation. I am delighted to see you have accomplished so much in just few years at SJSU. I am proud of all ME seniors who worked hard and devoted the whole academic year to complete their senior projects with quality and complexity in early May despite restrictions due to COVID-19 outbreak. It is also wonderful to see our MSME graduates who have completed one of the rigorous graduate engineering programs on campus. As you completed one chapter in your life and are ready to move onto the next chapter, I wish you the very best in your next endeavors. Remember, ME Department is always your home and we welcome you to come back and visit us soon in the near future. Best Regards,