Achal Patel

Aerospace Engineering
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Achal Patel (he/him/his) is a sophomore from India majoring in Aerospace Engineering. He is very actively involved on the campus in various organizations and student groups. He lives in Templin Hall and is the vice president of the hall council. He is an executive member of the Honors Community Advocates, Lewis Templin Hall Council, and Aerospace Student Advisory Committee. He is also an active member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, International Student Association, AIAA DBF, KU Rover Club, KU Synergy, and Supply Chain Management Club. Achal loves to help, explore, learn, and accumulate knowledge. He is passionate about aerospace and a lot of things related to business/money, and enjoys talking about Elon Musk and life.

 Ask me about: resources at KU and within the School of Engineering (specifically Aerospace), the Daisy Hill residence halls, adjusting to college, being an international student, community service, Student Senate, networking, and Elon Musk.

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