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Diversity: Many Perspectives at Rose-Hulman

"Working together with multi perspectives we get a better perspective." -Dr. Particia Brackin.

"In our country, more of the exercises may be about knowledge, but in America it is more about the practice or the project.

Chinese college students visit Rose-Hulman and work on projects with American students, as they study Rose-Hulman's approach to hands-on learning.  Facilitating the exchange were Professors Jianjian Song, a native of China, and Patricia Brackin.

"Theory without practice doesn't work, but practice without theory is very inefficient, said Brackin.
     
"This is the culmination of what we went to school for." -EJ Oruche.
 
Oruche was the electronics specialist on the team that gave 5 year-old Michael Amerman a robotic arm.  The young boy reacted to his new dexterity aid: "Mommy I look like a robotwith this new arm!  Can I keep it?"  Having been part of the arm control's design, Oruche responed, " We wanted it to be fun for him."  As a result, the team included a joystick element in the control.
 
President of Rose-Hulman's National Black Student Engineers
Winner of the Indiana Entrepreneurial Fellowship
     
"If I reach only one student, that person could aspire to accomplish great things." -Keegan Superville
 
Thanks to Keegan Superville there's more music in the world - working on touch screen technology, Superville's design team enabled cerebral palsy patients to play music.
 
President, RHIT Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers; Tutor: Chauncey Rose Middle School;  Mentor: Minority Engineering Program of Indianapolis; Recipient of the Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award.  As a graduate, Keegan moves on to Grenoble Graduate School of Business in France.
     
"They want to see you succeed.  The professors are not here to make a name for themselves.  Rather, they're here to make you the next great engineer." -LeMoyne Habimana-Griffin
 
LeMoyne Habimana-Griffin is ready to join the cancer fight.  Heading off to graduate school, LeMoyne Habimana-Griffin prepares to join the cancer fight as a researcher. 

Winner of the John T. Royce Award for leadership
Accepted at Washington University, St. Louis, into programs for the M.D. and the biomedical engineering doctorate.
   
Campus Organizations
  Asian Society of Engineering and Scientist (ASES)
  National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
  Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
  Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
  UNITY
 
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Special Programs
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  Operation Catapult
  Diversity Weekend

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