Craig W. Burdick (B.S. Computer Science, ’01) is associate director of development communications at George Washington University. Prior to joining the university, Burdick was senior marketing associate at UConn University Communications and an instructional media developer at the UConn Institute for Teaching and Learning. He also held positions at IBM, Cigna Healthcare and ESPN.
Anthony M. Cavallaro (B.S. Computer Science ’11) was accepted to the Information Technology Leadership Development Program at Travelers Insurance Company in Hartford. This accelerated rotational program emphasizes leadership development for information technology professionals. Founded more than 150 years ago, Travelers is one of the nation’s largest property casualty companies with more than 30,000 employees.
Karl F. Frey, P.E. (B.S. Civil Engineering, ’83) was promoted to president at BVH Integrated Services, P.C. Frey joined BVH in 1997 and has over 30 years of engineering design and management experience. Recent design work includes the Jackson Laboratory for Medical Genomics in Farmington, Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, ME and Central Connecticut State University’s new Social Sciences Hall in New Britain. Under his leadership, BVH received the Boston Society of Architects Honor Award for Design Excellence for the Daniel and Grace Tully & Family Health Center in Stamford. A member of the UConn Civil and Environmental Engineering Advisory Committee, Frey is a licensed engineer in eight states.
Joel A. Henry (B.S. Electrical Engineering, ’06; J.D. Law, ‘14) is an associate patent attorney in the intellectual property group of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP in Indianapolis, IN. Previously, he was an electrical project engineer with United Technologies Aerospace Systems, leading engineering efforts and managing all aspects regarding international trade compliance for the company. A 12-year member of the Air National Guard, Henry received the Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service and is captain and cyberspace operations officer in the U.S. Air Force Reserve.
James W. Long, III, P.E. (M.S. Civil Engineering, ’98) has joined the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District as the chief engineer. In this position, he will focus on the review and project oversight for the Parallel Thimble Shoal Tunnel Project, oversee capital improvement programs, ensure compliance with Federal and State guidelines and discharge other administrative duties. Previously, Long served as district structure and bridge safety engineer at the Virginia Department of Transportation. He earned an MBA at the College of William & Mary.