The following is an excerpt from a July 3 Wichita Eagle Q&A featuring Ana Lazarin, director of programs to broaden participation in engineering for the Wichita State University College of Engineering.
Five questions with Ana Lazarin
Jul 3, 2014 9:30 AM | Print
Ana Lazarin, director of programs to broaden participation in engineering at Wichita State University, works to instill in students an interest in engineering.
She does a lot of outreach, recruitment and retention work with students of all ages.
Lazarin has a special interest in working with the underrepresented and minority students in engineering.
It's something close to her heart.
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