Superior Controls is excited to welcome five top recent college grads to the automation team this year! Three chemical engineers join us from the University of New Hampshire, and a chemical and a biomedical engineer join us from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. As with all new employees, our new college grads will complete Superior Controls’ in-house training program. An elite and diverse group, we expect great things from these gentlemen.

We welcome John, Ibrahim, Brandon, Daniel, and Christian to our engineering team. In addition to sharing their alma maters, we asked our new teammates to share a little about their interests outside their careers.

John Prud'homme

John Prud’homme
Project Engineer
B.S. Chemical Engineering with a Bioengineering focus
University of New Hampshire
I ran a couple of marathons in college and enjoy playing piano.

 

Ibrahim Al-Musawi

Ibrahim Al-Musawi
Project Engineer
B.S. Chemical Engineering
University of New Hampshire
I like playing soccer, being in the outdoors, and occasional beach walks.

 

Brandon Blaesing

Brandon Blaesing
Project Engineer
B.S. Chemical Engineering
University of New Hampshire
I was a tutoring coordinator for my fraternity at UNH and I have two black belts in two styles of karate.

 

Daniel Marion

Daniel Marion
Project Engineer
B.S. Chemical Engineering
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
I have been singing and acting since I was 13. I have been in 38 musicals, and my favorite role was playing Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd.

 

Christian Bossio

Christian Bossio
Project Engineer
B.S. Biomedical Engineering
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
I was the valedictorian of Nassau Community College (class of 2017). I practiced martial arts for several years and had a few amateur kickboxing fights. I am a traditional Honduran competitive dancer and national champion, a member of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity (where I was the fundraising chair and secretary). I love traveling and going on hikes.

 

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