Daniel Glabinski is a hardworking student veteran who will graduate this May with a bachelor’s in science. Daniel came to NIU after being in United States Air Force for eight years. He chose a challenging major in mechanical engineering and proceeded to excel.
During his NIU career, he has designed and tested two heat exchangers, designed a heating/cooling system for a data center in New Jersey and designed five separate tests to quantify exoskeleton performance. His work with exoskeleton performance also resulted in creating a first-ever proposed standardized testing program. His work has resulted in being hired by Haumiller Engineering after graduation. Throughout his time as a Huskie he has been supported by his family, including his wife Julie.