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A Marquette engineering education doesn’t stop inside the classroom. I’ve conducted research in India, studied abroad in Italy and attended conferences. I’ve learned that today’s engineers must be able to cross disciplines — and I worked with electrical, mechanical and biomedical engineers on a major design project. I’ve mentored children, volunteered at Habitat for Humanity, worked for the university’s service learning office and served as president of the National Society of Black Engineers. All of these experiences were made possible by Marquette. Marquette develops its students into leaders. Warren Raglund Mechanical engineering 24

Engineering Viewbook 2012

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