2022 spring student marshal: Brian Druby


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Brian Druby has been named the spring 2022 student marshal for aerospace engineering.

Druby will receive his bachelor of science in aerospace engineering with a minor in information sciences and technology for aerospace engineering. A 2018 graduate of Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Druby earned several awards and scholarships while at Penn State, including the President Walker Award, the President Sparks Award, the Evan Pugh Scholar Junior Award, the Evan Pugh Scholar Senior Award, the R & E Kremer Memorial Scholarship, the Vollmer-Kleckner Engineering Scholarship and a National Merit Scholarship.

In 2021, Druby served as a learning assistant in astronautics. From 2021-22, Druby was a member of the honors society Tau Beta Pi, president of Sigma Gamma Tau, a Penn State Learning mathematic tutor, co-president of Undergraduate Teaching and Research Experiences in Engineering and finalist in the Leonhard Center Speaking Contest.

Druby completed a space engineering internship for Science Applications International Corporation, where he developed software to model and optimize satellite performance. He also served as a mechanical engineering intern at FPoliSolutions LLC, where he developed 3D models of nuclear test facilities.

After graduation, Druby will work as an associate astrodynamicist for Boeing.



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