My Awesome Capstone Team!

My Awesome Capstone Team!

Featured in this blog post are the awesome members of my Capstone Design Team! Our design was chosen to be presented in front of the advisory board for the CEE Department!! This picture is right after we presented yesterday, completing our 15-week project ! (From Left: Victoria Caruso, Brian Wu, Shane Rugg, Agustin Villarreal, Samantha Burke)

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About lusamantha14

I am currently a senior at Lehigh University pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. My blog this semester will be about my last undergraduate year at Lehigh: academics, social events & unexpected day to day occurrences. I'm really excited to share my thoughts, stories, and advice with anyone reading, since I know that all students go through very similar experiences. I can't wait to explore all of the opportunities that the field of Civil Engineering has to offer & I'm excited to live out my last year at Lehigh to the fullest! View all posts by lusamantha14

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