Steven Vitelllo and dog.

Alumni Profile

Stephen Vitello

Student Leader: Dylan LaLone

I'll always remember my first team as a student leader in EAS140; it was a mixture of talent and personalities and reminded me of my freshman year team. Before the final EAS140 presentation they cleaned up nice and really impressed me with their understanding and effort; I was a "proud dad" to say the least haha."

What did serving as a Student Leader mean to you? What motivated you to participate?
I remember feeling honored when asked to be a student leader. A chance to be the first impression students have in Engineering school! I was motivated to help freshman feel comfortable during their transition into a large and sometimes intimidating program. I figured If I could get through freshman year unscathed then anyone can. I always loved the opportunity to be involved and a chance at being a roll model for others, this always kept me motivated to set a good example.

A memory that remains with me from my Student Leader days is:
I'll always remember my first team as a student leader in EAS140; it was a mixture of talent and personalities and reminded me of my freshman year team. Before the final EAS140 presentation they cleaned up nice and really impressed me with their understanding and effort; I was a "proud dad" to say the least haha.

Any leaders you'd like to shout-out to?
Dylan LaLone and Dan Snitzer were there GOATS!