Successful Alumni Capstone Projects Around the World
Casey Heier, Renewable Energy program in Costa Rica Alumni (Stanford University) & Co-founder of the The World Energy Project. The World Energy Project is a Non-Profit that designs sustainable energy systems for developing communities.
Anthony Hornbeck & Robby Shintani, Renewable Energy program in Costa Rica Alumni and founders of Biofuel Solutions LLC. Their mission to collect 200k gallons of waste oil balances environmental awareness and economic feasibility.
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EartH2O Alumni: We are the Fuel that is Launching Careers
Be a part of an alumni network of professional and social leadershipWe have too many students to profile, but here is short list of students mobilized by EartH2O Costa Rica programs. Join us!
David Brynes, Rutgers University ::
USDA – Brazil Internship to his continue research on Duckweed Biofuel Capstone Project, 2013 Recipient of prestigious 2013 Borlaug Fellowship for Global Food Security
Matt Ceasar, Pennsylvania State University :: Granted funding to continue Fiber-optics Capstone research
Pennsylvania State University& Zack Tamble, University of St.Thomas Finalists for Business Plan Competition
Lekan Andrews, Pennsylvania State University::
Working with Penn State’s Office of Sustainability & Faculty to change USA CATA Bus systems to biofuel based transportation
Ernesto Daset, Rutgers University::
Developed a plan for an Innovative Solar Power Car, and proposed it to an environmental asset firm (GreenerByDesign); Internship with Energy Master Plan Incubator System with Mayor of Woodbridge, NJ
Robert Shintani & Anthony Hornbeck, University of Illinois::
Started a business generating biofuel from left over restaurant oil & Founders of Clean City Coalition
Kevin Fernandes, Purdue University::
Are process of implementing applied VOE to bring downstream activities of O&M to the forefront of investment in India
Vania Smittchieva, New York University :: Working in Kenya, Africa implementing one of the largest wind projects in Africa