Electromagnetics Effects Engineer
Marlow Rumreich graduated from Purdue in 2017 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and again in 2018 with a M.S. in Electrical Engineering focused in Fields and Optics. While at Purdue she was highly involved in the School of ECE: performing research with Dr. Dimitrios Peroulis, serving as a member of the ECE Student Society Board, participating in ECE Ambassadors, and co-founding the Women of ECE Organization.
Marlow is now working as an Electromagnetic Effects engineer at Boeing in Seattle, WA. She designs antennas and performs R&D for the PhantomWorks division of Boeing Defense and Space.
One of her favorite memories from her time at Purdue is when she was able to attend the Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineering award ceremony as a student ambassador and meet some of our most successful alumni.