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Elizabeth Davidson

Overland Park, KS, Architectural Engineering, Minors in Dance and Spanish
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Elizabeth Davidson is a sophomore from Overland Park, Kansas majoring in architectural engineering. She is also pursuing a minor in Spanish and is studying abroad in Barcelona in the summer of 2020. Elizabeth is the president of Theta Tau, the professional engineering fraternity on campus. Along with being highly involved in this, she is also a member of the Student Endowment Board and the Vann Fellowship in the Economics of Innovation. Furthermore, Elizabeth will be working as a Project Engineer on a co-op with Brinkmann Constructors in the coming fall. She also currently works as an assistant in the KU Transportation Center. In her free time she enjoys doing yoga and cooking.

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