Engineering Pathways Fellows Document Trip to Peru

Posted by on June 8, 2015 in Engaged Scholarship, Students, World Class Engineering | 0 comments

Last week, the Engineering Pathways Fellows wrapped up their month-long visit to Peru, where they worked on projects with their Peruvian peers at the Universidad de ESAN in Lima.

Engineering Pathways Fellows are a group of Penn State engineering students committed to being in a collaborative learning community during their four years in college. They are recipients of a National Science Foundation award that is part of a program designed to recruit and retain under-represented students, women, and first-generation scholars in STEM fields through renewed scholarships, retention programming, and professional development.

Read all about¬†Pathways Fellows’ educational and cultural adventures in their travel blog.

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