Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department Welcomes New Academic Advisors
News Release— November 11, 2021 — Two new academic advisors are joining the College of Engineering. Patty Cosgrove and Cambry Adams started earlier this month and will be assisting students majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Cambry Adams is one of two new academic advisors for the mechanical and aerospace engineering department at Utah State University.
Prior to coming to the College of Engineering, Cosgrove was a Degree Works specialist and catalog editor in the Registrar’s Office. She has also worked as a business assistant for USU Extension. She is an avid Star Wars, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, and Parks & Rec fan.
Originally from Murray, Cosgrove moved to Logan in 2014 to attend Utah State. In 2018 she completed her bachelor’s degree in music education with a concentration in band. Cosgrove is now working on a Master of Education in educational technology and learning sciences at USU and is slated to graduate in 2023.
Adams is originally from West Bountiful and is also earning a degree at USU. She will graduate with a bachelor’s in public health with an industrial hygiene emphasis in December.
Patty Cosgrove is one of two new academic advisors who joined Utah State University’s College of Engineering earlier this month.
“Studying biology and all the physical sciences is fascinating to me so I got my minor in biology and chemistry,” she said. “I love the planet Earth and enjoy learning about ways to be sustainable.”
The love Adams has for the Earth extends to her hobbies. On the weekends she likes to either be cooking or hiking with her husband in the great outdoors.
As academic advisors, Cosgrove and Adams will help mechanical and aerospace engineering students plan their coursework and navigate academics in the College of Engineering.
“My responsibilities include helping students navigate the jargon and requirements for the mechanical and aerospace engineering programs,” Cosgrove said. “I provide students with resources to help them succeed and enable students to take ownership of their education and career goals.”