Impact on students

Meet some of our students:

Multiple scholarships allow budding entrepreneur to focus on wheelchair invention

Stephen Mylabathula holding a headband.

Stephen Mylabathula wants to provide greater wheelchair mobility—through head movement and brain signals—for quadriplegics and those with spinal cord injuries. Read Stephen's story.

She is ME brings women in mechanical engineering together

Rachel Anderson in front of a She is ME poster.

Wisconsin-born Rachel Anderson has used her scholarships to both fund her college education and help other women engineers. Read Rachel's story.

Scholarships encourage transfer student to solve renewable energy

Headshot of Mbathio Diagne

Mbathio Diagne, from Senegal, seeks to use her electrical engineering degree to solve the world's grand challenge of renewable energy. Read Mbathio's story.

Mathematics student succeeds with physical challenges and scholarship

Headshot of Deandra Bardell

Despite suffering from cerebral palsy, Deandra Bardell plans to use her math skills in a technical field. Read Deandra's story.

Scholarship helps student provide clean water worldwide

Henry Croll smiling with two children while abroad

Henry Croll, a civil engineering major from Eagan, Minn., plans to make an impact worldwide. Read Henry's story.

Grad student works to build better electronics

Harrison Frisk with electronics

Harrison Frisk, a graduate student in chemical physics, is building faster, smaller, and more efficient electronic devices. Read Harrison's story.

Scholarship helps first-generation student

Headshot of Azira Rivera

Azira Rivera, mathematics student from Colorado was the first in her family to attend college. Read Azira's story.

Scholarship allows student to follow his dreams and make a difference

Anant Naik posing outside

Anant Naik aspires to use his biomedical engineering degree to offer affordable ways to address neurodegenerative diseases. Read Anant's story.