ECS Career Center staff earns promotion, new hire

Wiseman, Revard set to continue student success in landing excellent career opportunities

June 5, 2024
Reina Wiseman and Kristen Revard

A key component of the student experience at the Baylor University School of Engineering and Computer Science is the level of personal attention students receive from the Baylor University Career Center staff.

In March, Career Center Senior Director Michael Estepp announced the promotion of Reina Wiseman to assistant director.

“I am thrilled that Reina has been promoted to the position of Assistant Director for our ECS Career Center team,” Estepp said. “Reina’s dedication, expertise, and unwavering commitment to student success have been instrumental in shaping our department’s achievements.”

Over the past three years, Reina has consistently provided exceptional career support to students across liberal arts, ECS, and STEM disciplines, Estepp added. Together with former assistant director Tom Brooks, Reina played a pivotal role in achieving and maintaining an impressive ECS placement rate above 91%. Brooks now serves as business director for Smart Hub, a new wireless spectrum research center headquartered at Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative and includes faculty from 17 universities.

Additionally, Kristen Revard, who has served other academic units in the Career Center for two years, has filled Wiseman’s previous position as a senior career services professional in the ECS Career Center.

“We are fortunate to have Kristen coming alongside Reina to maintain and further improve upon the outstanding career support, meaningful relationships, and comprehensive engagement ECS students received from Tom and Reina over the past several years,” Estepp said.

The Baylor University Career Center provides professional assistance to all Baylor undergraduate and graduate students through specialized career coaching, premium resources, connections with employers, graduate school planning, and much more, to ensure students make the most of their career potential. The ECS Career Center is located in Rogers 311.



Baylor’s School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) has been preparing its students for more than 25 years as innovators for worldwide impact by training graduates for professional practice and responsible leadership with a Christian worldview. Students can choose from majors including bioinformatics, computer science, data science, electrical and computer engineering, general engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer engineering. ECS also offers Ph.D. and Master’s programs. We stand out from the crowd through Christian commitment, R1 research, a strong community, personalized career support, expert accessibility, and leading practical experience. Visit the ECS website to learn more.