Nathan S. Newton
5102 Lethaby Drive • Corpus Christi, Texas 78413 • (361) 563-7977 •
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Nathan Newton Resume

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Nathan S. Newton 5102 Lethaby Drive • Corpus Christi, Texas 78413 • (361) 563-7977 • Objective: I am an Aerospace Engineering major expected to graduate in December 2015. I am currently looking for a full-time position for January of 2016. Education Texas A&M University, College Station, TX  Bachelors of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Exp. Grad: December 2015 Cumulative GPR: 3.795 Minor in Mathematics Relevant Coursework: Aerospace Vehicle Design, Mechanics Statics and Dynamics, Thermodynamics & Propulsion, Differential Equations, Principles of Electrical Engineering, High Speed Aerodynamics Relevant Skills: MS Office, Patran, Nastran, Catia, Solid Works, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, C++, Matlab Relevant Projects: Senior Capstone Design Project, Texas A&M University  Team Collaboration to prepare a preliminary, comprehensive aircraft design including weight and balance, structural, materials, stability and control, aerodynamics, cost, manufacturing, lifecycle use & timeline considerations Internships and Work Experience Triumph Aerostructures – Vought Aircraft Division: (Summer 2015)  Work experience gained in aircraft stress and loads analysis while on a team specifically working on ribs & slats.  Gained software knowledge of Catia, Patran & Nastran, and expanded knowledge in MS Office, particularly Excel Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile: (Summer 2014)  Mechanical engineering research and development work under the direction of Dr. Luciano Chiang.  Aimed to improve predictive maintenance of engines in local mining trucks through condition monitoring.  Experience in fluid mechanics, data acquisition, instrumentation, and experimental data processing. BAE Systems: (Summer 2013)  Valuable knowledge and experience in Six Sigma and LEAN Manufacturing while working with managers, contractors, and fellow employees at NAS Corpus Christi, Pensacola, and Whiting Field.  Efforts were to help streamline their T-6, T-34, and T-44 maintenance process.  Projected annual savings as a result of my teams efforts were set at $2.1 million USD Bell Helicopter: (Winter 2014)  Practical experience in critical design while working with a team on custom kits for their 525 Relentless, as part of Bell’s Engineering Boot Camp.  Work was conducted under the guidance of managers and engineers, results presented to the CEO and ELT. Extracurricular Activities Sigma Gamma Tau Aerospace Honor Society  The top 25% of each aerospace class are inducted to give back and benefit all Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering students and faculty in the form of conducting exam reviews, tutoring sessions, outreach opportunities, and professor assistance. Texas A&M Corps of Cadets  I am directly in charge of the training and success of a few cadets. As a unit scholastics officer, I organize tutoring and conduct professional development workshops to promote academic success for about 80 of my peers. American Helicopter Society  I am a co-founder and officer of the Texas A&M University Chapter of this professional society that promotes the advancement of rotorcraft and unmanned systems technologies; our chapter has grown to about 35 students. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics  I am actively involved in the Aggie chapter of the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band  I am a role model and a leader that helps maintain marching precision of this nationally famous military style marching band. Parson’s Mounted Cavalry  I dedicate a large portion of my time to care for over forty horses and maintain the local ranch. All cadets are responsible for feeding, most veterinary work and the general well-being of all animals. Awards and Accomplishments CERTIFICATION  LTG Hollingsworth Leadership Excellence Program’s Academic Certificate in Leadership Studies  Level III Certified Horsemanship Association Certification LEADERSHIP  Direct, Indirect, and Executive Leader during four years in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University  Co-founder and officer of TAMU Chapter of American Helicopter Society HONORS  Eagle Scout  Texas A&M University Honors  Distinguished Student in the Dwight Look College of Engineering, Dean’s List  Corps of Cadets Distinguished Student/Commandant’s Honor Roll

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