Abraham Atte

Abuja, Nigeria, Aerospace Engineering
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Abraham Atte (he/him/his) a senior from Abuja, Nigeria majoring in aerospace engineering. He is actively involved in volunteering and reaching out to the community, and lives in a scholarship hall. Abraham is a member of the  Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society, Sigma Gamma Tau Aerospace Engineering Honors Society, Phi Mu Alpha music Fraternity, the KU Mortar board, and the National Society of Black Engineers. Abraham works in the Office of Admissions as a KU Student Ambassador and is also an ambassador for the engineering school. Abraham is also involved in research within the Aerospace department. 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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