Getting the next generation excited about science!
One day while in the middle of working on a project for The OSU Spine Research Institute (OSU SRI), Joel Stephens had an idea. He knew his two daughters would someday love to work at a place like OSU SRI, but he also knew it was pretty unlikely they'd ever decide to pursue a PhD in Biomedical Engineering with a specialization in Motion Capture Dynamics. It's unfortunate, but most people in this country graduate from high school with only a few possible career paths in mind. They typically choose their career from a list of about 10 options, and biomechanical engineer isn't typically one of them...
That's when he decided to expand the list of choices a bit so his daughters could see there are a lot more options than most people realize.
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