Graduate students from disciplines across campus can participate in the humanitarian engineering program by pursuing research with affiliated faculty, enrolling in HEST courses, and taking advantage of dedicated fellowship (Evans fellowship) and co-curricular opportunities such as seminar speakers or workshops.
We’re recruiting! If you are interested in pursuing a M.S. or Ph.D. in mechanical engineering with a focus on the design of energy systems for developing countries beginning in Fall 2018, please contact Nordica MacCarty, assistant professor of mechanical engineering.
Stories about the experiences of our students and fellows can be found on the OSU Humanitarian Engineering Student Blog.