Next generation of engineers visits Fischione

February 13, 2015

Fischione Instruments was pleased to welcome students and faculty of Central Catholic High School to Fischione Instruments headquarters to learn more about the practical application of engineering studies in real-world product design and development.

The students, along with three instructors, Brother Anthony Baginski (director of academic technology), Eric Dunkerley (science), and Adam Kronebusch (mathematics), visited Fischione Instruments on February 13. During their visit, they enjoyed a tour of the facilities, which was led by Fischione Instruments CEO Paul Fischione. The guests also met with Project Manager Mike Boccabella, Mechanical Engineer Megan Dority, and Software Manager Paul Woods.

Members of Central Catholic High School and their instructors listen to Fischione Instruments Software Manager Paul Woods discuss the role of software engineering in product development.

The students are members of Central Catholic's STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) team. STEM team members who visited Fischione Instruments included Keith Acker, Nicholas Bhaskar, John Caruso, Jack Maier, Edward Opalko, and Gabriel Winbush.

Paul Fischione is a graduate of Central Catholic High School and a long-time supporter of the school.

Central Catholic instructors and students crowd in to hear Mechanical Engineer Megan Dority discuss new product design and prototyping.