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Justin H.

Senior, BS in Robotics Engineering and Mechanical Engineering

Justin’s favorite thing about WPI is the resources available to succeed academically, whether its professors, teaching assistants, staff, or fellow students willing to help—a representation of what he feels is WPI’s culture of teamwork. 

Even as a double major, Justin has been involved in a variety of clubs and classes that helped him grow as a person, discover new things, and make some of his best friends. He even founded his own student club on campus—the Coin and Currency Club—where he has meetings and can talk about his favorite activity, coin collecting.

After graduation, Justin hopes to find a job in industry and has plans to eventually pursue his MBA.

Justin H.

Gardner, MA

Faculty Mentor

Ken Stafford, Robotics Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering Lab Assistant
  • President, Coin and Currency Club
  • Member, Tau Beta Pi
  • Member, Pi Tau Sigma
  • Member, Connections Pre-Orientation Program
  • Coin collecting
  • BattleBots
I still make sure to save time for my friends because the friendships I have made here are some that I know will last a lifetime.
The most important thing I have achieved at WPI related to academics is being in my last year as a double major. I took on robotics engineering with little background in the subject and have succeeded in doing the work.
Some advice I would give to a prospective student is be ready to work hard. The terms are short and a lot is done in seven weeks. However, if you keep your priorities in order and know your limits, you can do it!