Dan earned his BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Washington University in Saint Louis. He now appreciates the University’s multidisciplinary approach to engineering, as it helps him see a larger overall view of how things work – or why they do not. After designing both analog circuits and digital computers, Dan began teaching at Saint Louis Community College in 1974 and spent eleven years as chairman of the Engineering and Technology Department.
Current favorite projects include precision measurements; data collection, filtering and analysis; and test procedure and protocol design. He believes that multiple fields of science and engineering must be considered together to truly understand a project, and likes to step far enough back to get the big picture. Dan feels that MK & Associates’ “investigative team” approach is a major factor in the company’s success.