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    Demissie credits Dual Degree program, internships, for success

    Dual Degree alumna Mahi Demissie encourages students to do internships to find their passion in engineering.

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    Alum Cox receives 2014 Air Force Cadet of the Year Award

    Alexander Cox, a graduate of the School of Engineering & Applied Science, was named the 2014 Air Force Cadet of the Year at a Dec. 5 ceremony at The Pentagon in Washington, D.C. He is the 15th recipient of the award.

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    Hands-on experience on FSAE team helped Hyslop prepare for career

    Ryan Hyslop, a four-year member of the Wash U Formula SAE team, has continued his passion for cars into his career at Cummins Inc., where he is a service engineer for the biggest engine the company has ever produced.

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    One year in, program seems to have cracked the code on filling jobs

    Alumnus Jim McKelvey created LaunchCode to pair prospective coders with non-traditional backgrounds with companies seeking to fill tech jobs.

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    Alumna Deanne Bell launches Future Engineers

    Deanne Bell, TV host and Washington University Engineering alumna, has founded and launched a national program to encourage the next generation of engineers.

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    Two teams win inaugural Global Impact Award

    Biomedical engineering alumnus Nathan Brajer is the co-founder of one of the teams, ViFlex, which is aimed at providing inexpensive eyeglasses to people in developing countries.

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    Discovery Competition winners featured in Fast Company

    ViFlex, a company started by two Wash U alumni, offers low-cost eyeglass kits to people in developing countries.

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    Engineering alums team to help kids with math

    The serendipitous California convergence of two Engineering alumni is adding up to better math skills for underprivileged youth in the Bay Area.

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    Phan uses WUSTL civil engineering education to investigate disasters

    Civil engineering alumnus Long Phan, PhD, leads a team that studies the performance of structures and emergency communication procedures after a natural or mad-made disaster.

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    Washington Magazine: Building a strong foundation

    Alumnus Donald Jubel has made a substantial commitment on ­behalf of the Jubel family, through the Henry A. Jubel ­Foundation, toward the construction of a new ­facility for the School of Engineering & ­Applied Science.

 
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