Jacob Hammil

Wichita, KS, Mechanical Engineering, Minor in Business
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Jacob Hammil (he/him/his) is a junior from Wichita, KS majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Business. He works as an undergraduate researcher investigating Additive Manufacturing Challenges related to Granular Materials and as a Building Manager at the Kansas Memorial Union. Jacob is currently serving as Vice Chair for the University Affairs committee, Holdover Senator for Student Senate, Director of Development and Logistics for The Big Event, and is a member of the professional engineering fraternity, Theta Tau. He enjoys listening to music and hammocking around campus in his free time.

Ask me about: Student Senate and leadership positions on campus, volunteering in the community, and undergraduate research.​


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