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Dick Sevier joined the College of Engineering in June, 2005 as the project manager of a large research project in contaminant sensing. In his current position, Dick's responsibilities include setting up and maintaining research instrumentation for the college. His expertise includes component and system-level design and debug for mechanical devices and analog electronics. Also, Dick oversees the implementation of safety programs across the research and teaching labs here in the college and is the liaison for COEN with Boise State's Environmental Safety and Health office.
Dick received B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering at Stanford University in '78 and '79, respectively. From there, Dick joined Hewlett Packard Co. where he was employed for 26 years as an R&D engineer and system architect. Over that time, he has worked on 25 different programs that included disk drives, enterprise storage devices and outsourced development of printers and scanners. Dick holds 14 patents.