Your favorite summer blog series continues with an amazing University of Central Florida engineering graduate! Bryan celebrated his new degree with a graduation session this past May. He gave Jack and I the workout of our lives and showed us places on campus we didn’t know existed!
Bryan spent his years at UCF in the Mechanical Engineering department. He was involved in undergraduate research in his field. Bryan loved studying robotics and prosthetics. After finishing his undergraduate degree, Bryan planned on continuing his research in the graduate program.
We met Bryan in front of Einstein’s Bagels by the engineering building on campus for his University of Central Florida engineering graduate session. This was always a hot spot for Jack and I when we were students! Bryan requested a variety of settings for his session, and we did not disappoint. Jack and I attended UCF for a combined 6 years and have done graduation sessions there since 2016. Somehow, though, we always find new locations. Together, we walked the 1,415-acre campus exploring the new and visiting old favorites. Bryan also gave us a peek at some secret Engineering spots!
His first shared secret was a sculpture garden tucked in between the engineering buildings. It was a true mystery to us that such cool sculptures were hidden back there! Bryan also brought us into the engineering building where they had an Idea Lab for students to brainstorm prototypes together. They had balancing chairs that Jack got a real kick out! At the front of the engineering building, Bryan showed us one of the prototypes for Space Mountain at Disney. How did we not know these were on our campus??
Bryan was such a kind and genuine person. He wasn’t sure how photos would go, but boy was he a natural. His experience was full of fun and non-stop laughter. Bryan, we can’t wait to see what you accomplish in this field. Take a peek at his University of Central Florida Engineering Graduate session below!
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