Craig Woodruff Graduates
Craig Donald Woodruff graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Here is what he has to say about his time at the University of Idaho, and Pi Kappa Phi:
College was a great time, and choosing one thing I will miss the most about it is impossible. Everything that made college so great involved my friends. The connections I made while at the University of Idaho will last until the day I die.
My proudest moment of college aside from graduation, which is definitely the top, was signing my bid at Pi Kappa Phi. I never expected myself to reach so far outside of what I knew, and signing that bid card represented a huge change in my life.
When I think about Pi Kappa Phi I think about the brothers. I will always remember the great times I had with all of my brothers. They made college as great as it was for me. Looking back on those four years, Pi Kappa Phi represents everything good about college. Ski trips, formal, and all the other great shenanigans that took place will hold a special place in my memory. Thank you guys, because you made college wonderful beyond all belief.
Looking back on my senior year I pushed through taking an outrageous number of credits. To all of you seniors coming up, I want to say don’t get bogged down by the weight of classes. This will be the best year of your college career. You need to enjoy every second of it because once it is over the chapter entitled college ends forever.
Of all the aspects of life after graduation, the most exciting part for me is the idea of a job doing what I love. I am excited to become the engineer I have always dreamed of being and make my mark on the world.
Now that I have graduated I am adamantly looking for a career in water resources or environmental engineering in Boise, Idaho.
In ten years I hope to be living in Boise, or a ski town, working at a private engineering firm working on watershed restoration. I hope to have a family and be for the most part settled down.
On a final note I just want to thank all my brothers at Pi Kappa Phi for making college so memorable. You guys are going to go far, especially if you stay focused on the right things. Cheers guys, and keep up the good work.