Engineering alumnus featured in magazine

UH Mānoa civil engineering alumnus Isaiah Sato ('15) is the cover story of the fall 2015 issue of Winds of Change, a national magazine for American Indians/Alaska Natives/Native Hawaiians/First Nations, with an emphasis on STEM fields.

Sato graduated with a BS in civil and environmental engineering at UH Mānoa in May 2015, and is working in the civil design department at R.M. Towill Corp.

Sato excelled in the College of Engineering, spending two years as an undergraduate research assistant in the Hydraulics Laboratory. He was also active in the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, Native Hawaiian Science and Engineering Mentorship Program and Native Hawaiian Student Services at the Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge.

Read the story in Winds of Change.

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