Scott, Millennium Fellow 2014-2015

Engineers Without Borders at Boston University

Scott, MCN Fellow 2014 - 2015

Scott is a sophomore at Boston University where he studies mechanical and aerospace engineering. Scott is a technical leader with the Boston University chapter of Engineers Without Borders, a national non-profit of student and professional engineers working on sustainable global development projects. He has previously worked on the design and implementation of a sustainable water filtration project a cell phone amplification system. He has traveled to EWB-BU’s partner community Naluja, a village in rural Zambia, where he worked on the implementation of both projects. Scott is currently leading the design of a water transportation system for the residents of Naluja, which is planned to be implemented in the next two years.

How has the MCN Fellowship made a difference in your organization?

The most useful thing I’ve learned through MCN is the importance of both long-term and short-term planning in effective leadership.

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used to create them.
— Albert Einstein