Bradford Dhillon is from Annapolis, Maryland and has a particular interest in biomedical engineering and aerospace engineering. While at Wake, he took advantage of the Engineering Department’s flexibility and studied abroad in Sydney Australia. There, he expanded his understanding and perspective by completing coursework in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Sydney. To apply the skills he’s gained at Wake Engineering and abroad to real-world challenges, Bradford worked as an Assistant Quality Assurance Engineer at Middle River Aircraft Systems. He continued to practice skills and gain experiences while working as an Assistant Systems Engineer at Building Automation Services as well as an Intern in the Product Design Lab at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Bradford’s favorite Wake Engineering memory was when he and all of his class-mates stayed in the L-room to finish building their projects at the EGR 111: Cardboard Expo during his freshman year. Outside of engineering, Bradford played on the Club Rugby team and was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Although Bradford is currently unsure of his plans post-graduation, he hopes to use his experiences and Wake Engineering skills to guide his plans for his future.