Fellow:Brandon Duda

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Brandon is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student majoring in Engineering with minors in General Business and Biology at James Madison University (JMU). He was born in Lorton, Virginia in 1998, where his family currently resides. His interests are in the fields of Biomedical and Genetics Engineering. Brandon decided to enroll for an unconventional, project-based Engineering program that would reflect his determined and innovative nature. Brandon learned about the University Innovation Fellows Program through his connections at his university.

Helping others is a priority for Brandon. At James Madison University, he is a member of a non-profit humanitarian organization called Engineering Without Borders - USA, where they create sustainable engineering projects to help improve the quality of life in communities worldwide. Brandon is also a member of an international collegiate service organization called Circle K International, where they help communites through various service projects while building a fellowship and creating leaders within the organization. Addtionally, he is a member of Sigma Phi Delta, an international professional engineering fraternity. Through these various organizations, he has been able to make a positve change in his community while also creating friendships with individuals who share common interests as him.

Brandon is also passionate about sports. He particpated in his high school's golf and lacrosse teams. He also enjoys watching Cleveland sports with his friends and family.

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