I’m an engineer because I believe that engineers have a unique ability to touch the lives of millions of people by developing technologies that shape the human experience. In this promotional video for my alma mater, Cornell University, I explain why that philosophy is so important to me.
It’s no secret that I care very deeply about the current state of engineering education. In the interest of supporting STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) education, I’m donating 100% of my royalties from the holiday season to non-profits that support this cause.
The “Idea to Innovation Flowchart” is a poster that I’ve been working on with an illustrator for a few months. After getting lots of feedback, I’m really excited to announce that it is now available for sale. It makes a great wall decoration for your home or office!
CUSD Pulls in Some Major Grants and Meets with Rick Fedrizzi (President/CEO of the US Green Building Council)
My fellow Cornell Sustainable Design team leaders and I recently met with Rick Fedrizzi, President of the US Green Building Council. We also won a $10,000 geothermal research grant, and a $1000 grant from Cornell’s Engineering Alumni Association.
Talking to some of the BlueStamp Engineering Students Today I got the unique opportunity to stop by BlueStamp Engineering, a summer enrichment program for aspiring engineers. Dave Young, the co-founder and Chief Engineering Officer is a fellow blogger at the element14 Do-It-Yourself blog, and is a Electrical Engineer based out[…]
Time for another post on the element14 Do-It-Together Blog! I’ll assume you’ve already read my inaugural post. My latest post calls for continuing collaboration between artists and engineers. This is a topic that I’ve been exploring a lot over the last 2 years. I’ve started getting more interested in this since enrolling[…]
Did you want more blog posts from me? Well you’re in luck, because I’m now a contributing writer for element14’s new “Do-It-Together” Blog! I’ll be posting on anything and everything relating to engineering, technology, and science. But I’m not the only writer! There’s a ton of great talent contributing to[…]
I just discovered “The Amp Hour“, a seriously awesome podcast from EE gurus Dave Jones and Chris Gammell. It’s a really fun, 1-hour, weekly rant about anything and everything happening in the world of electronics and engineering. Admittedly, I have a small ulterior motive in posting this, since I was[…]