Alumni Success

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Tommy Osborne (center), project manager at SHW Group and 1992 alum, goes over drawings from an elementary school project with clients Joseph Fawcett and Stephanie Hirsch, Plano ISD teachers, as they discuss a high school academy remodeling project Oct. 2, 2012, at SHW Group’s office in Plano, Texas. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Tommy Osborne takes a photo as he performs his weekly site visit to Mitchell Elementary to monitor the ongoing construction project. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Tommy Osborne takes a photo as he performs his weekly site visit to Mitchell Elementary to monitor the ongoing construction project. Photo by Steven Dearinger

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Joseph Fawcett, Tommy Osborne and Stephanie Hirsch walk through Plano ISD’s Mitchell Elementary School on Oct. 2, 2012, in Dallas to see the progress of a remodeling and expansion project being completed. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Tommy Osborne works at his desk at SHW Group. “I don’t know if I can put into words what K-State did for me and my career ... helped me become a man, a professional and a really good architect,” Osborne said. “Amazing faculty that never let us give up, taught us what good design really is, to be personally responsible, I could go on and on. I love that school like family. It's a part of me, of who I am as a person and an architect. I’m still surprised when I bleed it comes out red and not purple!”  Photo by Steven Dearinger

Tommy Osborne works at his desk at SHW Group. “I don’t know if I can put into words what K-State did for me and my career … helped me become a man, a professional and a really good architect,” Osborne said. “Amazing faculty that never let us give up, taught us what good design really is, to be personally responsible, I could go on and on. I love that school like family. It’s a part of me, of who I am as a person and an architect. I’m still surprised when I bleed it comes out red and not purple!” Photo by Steven Dearinger

Doni Bracht, Burleson High School physics teacher and 1998 alum, helps Dalton Jones, Kelly Rhodes and Caleb Morefield during a physics lab Oct. 1, 2012, in Burleson, Texas. Students in the class dropped objects from the second floor to prove the rate of acceleration due to gravity.  Photo by Steven Dearinger

Doni Bracht, Burleson High School physics teacher and 1998 alum, helps Dalton Jones, Kelly Rhodes and Caleb Morefield during a physics lab Oct. 1, 2012, in Burleson, Texas. Students in the class dropped objects from the second floor to prove the rate of acceleration due to gravity. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Paul Adams, Ally Finley, Doni Bracht, Burleson High School physics teacher and 1998 alum, and Carlos Guardado are puzzled at the results they were getting during a lab. Bracht has been teaching for 15 years since getting her degree from K-State in secondary education. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Paul Adams, Ally Finley, Doni Bracht, Burleson High School physics teacher and 1998 alum, and Carlos Guardado are puzzled at the results they were getting during a lab. Bracht has been teaching for 15 years since getting her degree from K-State in secondary education. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Francisco Zapata, Dennis Marble, Doni Bracht, Burleson High School physics teacher and 1998 alum, and Keaton Martin listen as Bracht explains the results they are getting during a motion lab Oct. 1, 2012, in Burleson, Texas. Photo by Steven Dearinger

Francisco Zapata, Dennis Marble, Doni Bracht, Burleson High School physics teacher and 1998 alum, and Keaton Martin listen as Bracht explains the results they are getting during a motion lab Oct. 1, 2012, in Burleson, Texas. Photo by Steven Dearinger

 

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