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Lorraine Mountain

Assistant Dean & Senior Co-op Coordinator, Departmental Co-op Program
505 Holmes Hall
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


Lorraine Mountain is the Assistant Dean of Cooperative Education for the Northeastern University College of Engineering, overseeing the college’s undergraduate and departmental graduate co-op programs.  She has served as a leader in College of Engineering co-op since 2013, facilitating team efforts in curriculum and teaching, job development, and faculty/staff hiring.  As Senior Faculty Cooperative Education Coordinator in the Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department, Lorraine has enjoyed advising and teaching students and connecting with employers in the field since 2001. In 2019 Lorraine was awarded the ASEE Borman Award at the CIEC Conference for her sustained, honorable, and meritorious contributions to the promotion of the philosophy and practice of cooperative education in engineering. Prior to Northeastern, Lorraine worked in industry at General Electric Aviation in Engineering Design and as a Six Sigma Blackbelt and Instructor, and at Gateway, Inc. as a Program Manager.  She earned a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Tufts University and a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering at Villanova University.

Research & Scholarship Interests

Departmental Programs: Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Data Analytics, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Energy Systems, Engineering Management, Engineering Public Policy, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, Operations Research, Robotics, and Sustainable Building Systems.

Related News

January 9, 2019

Assistant Dean & Senior Co-op Coordinator Lorraine Mountain was selected as the Alvah K. Borman Award recipient for 2019 by ASEE for her significant contributions to the advancement of Engineering Cooperative Education.

April 29, 2014

Congratulations to the recipients of this year's College of Engineering Faculty and Staff awards. Outstanding teachers of First Year Engineering students: Richard Whalen, Engineering; Robert Lupi...