Howard L. Greene directs K-12 Education Outreach for the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University, bringing university research and teaching intersections to the K-12 community, especially those underserved and/or underrepresented. Dr. Greene also chairs the Humanitarian Engineering Advisory and spearheads an initiative in Humanitarian Development and Innovation at OSU. Prior to Ohio State, Dr. Greene worked for 12 years in medical device development and later in STEM education and outreach at Battelle in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to Battelle, Dr. Greene was a professor of Electronics Engineering Technology at DeVry University in Columbus. Dr. Greene received the Ph.D. and M.S. degrees from The Ohio State University in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering, respectively.
Kaleb has seven years of experience living in rural Honduras and working in asset-based community development with the development organization Heart to Honduras. He is currently a candidate at the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs for a Master's in International Development with a concentration in NGOs and Civil Society. Meanwhile, he and his wife Stacey continue to work with Heart to Honduras at a distance.
Patrick is a lecturer and PhD student in Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering. Patrick received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University with a minor in Humanitarian Engineering. Patrickâ€™s graduate research focus is internat
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