Ryan Lake is a junior studying Civil and Environmental Engineering. His focus considers the need to apply Contextual Engineering to both domestic and international engineering/entrepreneurship projects. He is working with the organization Enactus USA to develop a domestic predictive tool and evaluate the criteria for success in student-led entrepreneurship projects. He is also the Internal Vice-President for Engineers Without Borders and a clarinet in the Marching Illini.
* Domestic applications of Contextual Engineering
* Student motivations and expectations in projects
* Criteria for successful projects in Enactus projects