Mount Vernon employees inspire youth to explore STEM fields

Today more than ever, it’s critical that our nation’s youth be armed with the know-how to solve tough problems, collect and assess data, and make sense of it all. These are the kinds of skills that students acquire by studying science, technology, engineering, and math – subjects collectively identified as STEM. Dresser-Rand business’ employees are […]

Service Contract Manager Not Unlike a Maestro

“I always wanted to be a doctor, because I wanted to help people and have a positive impact each day,” says Danielle Guccione. “But then I visited my older sister Leia, who was taking summer classes at Iowa State, and was introduced to her mechanical engineering advisor. Her advisor talked to me about engineering and everything you could do with […]

People Power: Our Foundation to Flourish

In south-central Utah there is a group of Aspen trees covering 106 acres. In itself, a large forest is not all that unusual; the western United States is known for wide expanses of forest area. What is remarkable about the Quaking Aspens in Utah’s Fishlake National Forest is that scientists have discovered that the trees are one […]

Dresser-Rand Mentors Aspiring Engineers

From the aerodynamic design of a compressor return channel, to a timing system for an autocross race course, to a gearbox that allows someone to steer a wheelchair with just one hand – these were among the more than 200 senior capstone design projects at the annual Richard J. Fasenmyer Engineering Design Conference, held at […]