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Reprinted from the URI Foundation’s development newsletter When Kevin Drumm ’15 went to Spain with the International Engineering Program (IEP) to study at TECNUN University of Navarra, he reported back to the program what his life was like abroad, a trip taken with help from a Demers Fellowship: “My most memorable experiences this year were: […]
To keep its rockets and the public safe, NASA turns to URI mechanical engineering graduate Ahmed Fadl (’05 & ’10) who garnered one of the agency’s top employee recognition awards in 2014 for preventing a disaster.
French International Engineering Program student Hicham Benjelloun (’15) traveled 3,500 miles from Morocco to study at URI and found a global education he never imagined.
Inspired by a train ride while studying in Germany, Tabitha Koehn wants to move the United States toward energy independence.
Mechanical engineering student Eli Lamothe spent six months in Audi’s research and development lab seeing the next generation of cars take shape.
Globetrotting engineering student Erik Simpanen plans to leverage an international engineering experience to usher in a new generation of medical devices.
Before college, Jessica Damicis (’15) never left the country. Today the 23-year-old has traveled to six countries on three continents, lived and studied in Spain, interned in Kenya and built a wastewater treatment system in Guatemala.
International Engineering Program students send letters home about their internships at engineering firms around the world.
Mechanical engineering student Dave Powers looks forward to putting his tactile abilities to work in the field of ergonomics, designing consumer products with the comfort of the end user in mind. To do so, he’ll rely on his International Engineering Program experience.
To deliver clean water and save lives, civil and environmental engineering student Maria Briones (’14) has traveled the world and committed herself to learning everything about everything.
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