Abraham Atte

Abuja, Nigeria, Aerospace Engineering
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Abraham Atte (he/him/his) a junior from Abuja, Nigeria majoring in aerospace engineering. He is actively involved in volunteering and reaching out to the community, lives in a scholarship hall, and is the Environmental and Diversity & Inclusion chair for his scholarship hall. Abraham is a member of the African Students Association, the International Students association, and works in the Office of Admissions as a KU Student Ambassador. In his free time, he loves listening to music and re-watching a bunch of his favorite TV shows.

Ask me about: opportunities in the engineering school, the scholarship halls, being a student ambassador, adjusting to college, being an international student, and community service.


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