Pawel Olszewski, Ph.D.
Rich Marshall, MSE
Assistant Career Advisor & Internship Coordinator
Drosianos Louvaris is in his last year here at UWO graduating in May with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering Technology and a minor in Mathematics. Droso is originally from Ios, Greece and plans on visiting this upcoming summer. On the weekends, he works as a medical scribe in the Emergency Department where he witnesses and documents the initial patient-physician interactions gaining experience that will help upon graduation with joining a MedTech or Medical Device manufacturer. In his free time he enjoys lifting weights, wrestling, reading tons of books, and traveling as well as eating lots of good food.
Chief Operations Officer
Michael Fernandez graduated high school with plenty of engineering experience, having taken the Project Lead The Way curriculum beginning his freshman year. This curriculum had a wide array of courses including Digital Electronics, Principles of Engineering, Engineering Design (modeling / drawings), and finally, an Engineering Senior Studio. Michael has furthered his education, following high school, by continuing to study within the Electrical Engineering Technology department. He plans to graduate this coming spring, 2022, with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. He is proud to be the Chief Operations Officer for the Engineering Club and feels us students can face any problem head on, having had an exceptional educational foundation built here on campus. Please feel free to contact Michael to discuss opportunities within our club, or about the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum.
Chief Financial Officer
Matthew Ciarlette is a junior here at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He is originally from Joliet, Illinois, just south of Chicago. He went to a junior college in Joliet and completed his general education classes before transferring to the Mechanical Engineering Technology program here at UWO. In his free time he likes to work on his car and build and design new machines and machine components. This year, Matthew has joined the UWO SpaceTitans team to take on the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge and has independently designed several critical components for the drivetrain of the rover. He is excited for the future of the Engineering Club and is an excellent resource to anyone interested in the M.E.T. program or the Engineering Club.
Chief Marketing Officer
Brett Lazich is in his last year of the Mechanical Engineering Technology program and is currently working at Plexus in Appleton where he will be the lead engineer on a project that will focus on Continuous Improvement and Manufacturing Readiness. Brett has many years of experience having several roles in Manufacturing both at Tobin Machining and Alliance Laundry Systems as well as being a Manufacturing Engineer, Floor Supervisor, and CAD Drafter. Brett is currently an active Platoon Sergeant in the US Army National Guard where he supervises 34 soldiers through Army Engineer operations. Outside of work, Brett likes to practice three gun, work out, and participate in Spartan races and the Bataan Death March. Brett also has a dog named Agnes, who is a bomb dog and helps with local agencies when they are short staffed.
Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology