Meet Anusha Dixit '21 and Rachel Cueva '21. These aerospace engineers discuss why they chose the A. James Clark School of Engineering, how they hope to inspire future female engineers, and why they are grateful for the invaluable support of their scholarships.

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August 14, 2020

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