Michael Janak's ePortfolio

Michael Janak on top of McComb Mountain, one of the 46 Adirondack High Peaks. He has hiked 20 high peaks so far and hopes to hike all 46 before age 40.

Michael Janak on top of McComb Mountain, one of the 46 Adirondack High Peaks. He has hiked 20 high peaks so far and hopes to hike all 46 before age 40. 

Undergraduate Student Project

Introduction

I'm Michael Janak and I am currently a Senior Chemical Engineering student at the University at Buffalo. As my senior year draws to a close, I am hoping to find employment in the Buffalo or Rochester area in the area of safety consulting with respect to chemical engineering processes. Somewhere down the road, I hope to obtain a green-belt certification in SixSigma and perhaps take the P.E. Exam. As I reflect upon my time here at UB, I can confidently say that each semester has made me a more well-rounded individual and has renewed my focus on personal and academic achievement. I hope that my final semester will be no different.

While not in the classroom, I enjoy hiking, skiing, unicycling, and tennis. I have had the opportunity to hike and ski some of the best mountains in the U.S. such as Killington, Sugarbush, Aspen, Copper, Arapahoe Basin, and many Adirondack high peaks. These skiing and hiking experiences had cultivated within me a lifelong hobby of enjoying the outdoors. Some of my "bucket-list" items include visiting all 50 United States, ski the Swiss Alps, play tennis on a grass court, and visit the 6 populated continents.

Capstone ePortfolio

View the full ePortfolio to explore the work and accomplishments from Michael's undergraduate career at UB.

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