John G. Rangos, Sr. School of Health Sciences
Biomedical Engineering major
Landed a job for a medical startup before graduation
Seeing his mother battle breast cancer when he was in fourth grade shaped Eric Linder's career path. He was initially going to go to medical school but decided that he could make a difference in the biomedical engineering field.
Eric will be working to make arthroscopes for minimally invasive surgery at a company in Cleveland after he graduates on Friday. "They're going to ask a lot of me...and I'll get to do things that most entry-level engineers don't get to do."