Aerospace PhD student’s research aims to make engineering more efficient

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Benjamin Kwasa grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, where he studied aviation technology at Maseno School, one of the three high schools in the country to offer the subject. When it was time for him to decide whether to go to college, his parents challenged him to maximize on the foundation his high school education had [Continue Reading…]

First-generation student’s love for education pushes her to get PhD

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As a first-generation college student, Kahni Pr’Out says both she and her parents always knew she would go on to pursue a higher degree. Now in the midst of her Ph.D. program in mechanical engineering, she’s getting ready to start a job in industry. After completing her undergraduate degree in math at Savannah State University [Continue Reading…]

MSE grad student shares engineering skills

Fourth grade students in Marilyn Lamb’s class at Lost Creek Elementary School learned some important lessons Monday couched in a format that was guaranteed to be fun. Lamb’s daughter Megan Lamb, a materials science and engineering graduate student at Iowa State University, was back to her elementary alma mater to share her love of engineering, [Continue Reading…]