Bryan Culver ‘17 came to Kettering University in search of an interactive engineering experience similar to his high school career in FIRST Robotics (FRC) and Vex Robotics (VRC).
Near the end of his first co-op experience in the durability department at Chrysler Fiat in Auburn Hills, he was contacted by John V-Neun, Vice President of Product Development for VEX Robotics, through chiefdelphi.com, a FRC web forum.
“I used every bit of engineering that I learned in school.”
“The course is like a puzzle."
It works similar to Airbnb and Uber.
"I will be responsible for operating and maintaining one of the nuclear reactors."
“We want to determine the best sequence to minimize the total time the product is flowing in the system and also minimize total energy consumption.”
"I’d like to help with the revitalization of the Flint community."
“I always thought it was important to give back and utilize the talents that you were given.”