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Eric Rickabaugh is a sophomore at Kettering University majoring in Industrial Engineering. He is Co-President of Kettering Entrepreneur Society (KES) and a founding member of Kettering Building Innovation and Networking (Kettering-BIN). His industrial engineering interest stems from being a fourth generation member of his family’s metal fabrication business. He received his Michigan welding certification at age sixteen and Solidworks Associate Certification at eighteen. His experience with production welding and working with multiple CAD programs for the past four years inspired his educational focus on improving manufacturing efficiency. He is always searching for innovative ways to accomplish a task in an easier and more efficient manner. When not studying or working, he loves learning about new robotic technologies, listening to books on tape, traveling, and trying new foods. Eric is excited to begin his journey as a University Innovation Fellows candidate. He plans to use the skills he learns to help others with their projects and goals.

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University Page: Kettering University

Priorities Page: Kettering University Student Priorities

Other Kettering UIF Fellows:

UIF Launch Term Student Name and Bio Kettering Academic Section
Spring 2017 Chelsea Carter A-Section
Spring 2017 Eric Rickabaugh A-Section
Spring 2017 Ashley Switalski B-Section
Spring 2017 Shane Thiede B-Section
Spring 2016 Moe Ghias A-Section
Spring 2016 Jace C. Stokes A-Section
Spring 2015 Cheyne Westerman A-Section
Spring 2015 Alan Xia A-Section
Spring 2014 Hunter Casbeer A-Section
Spring 2014 Saheb Kapoor A-Section