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CWRU Entrepreneurship Speaker Series: “Teaching Tech on YouTube” with Alexander Schepelmann, Robotics Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center

Join the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship July 14 at noon for a virtual Entrepreneurship Speaker Series roundtable discussion with Alexander Schepelmann (CWR ’09; GRS ’10, mechanical engineering), robotics engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center and founder of Super Make Something.

Schepelmann will discuss his YouTube channel Super Make Something, where he shows people how to make “cool stuff,” with projects ranging from woodworking to electronics.

After earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering at Case Western Reserve, Schepelmann went on to earn his PhD in robotics at Carnegie Mellon University. He joined NASA Glenn Research Center in September 2020.

Register for the discussion through CampusGroups.

This roundtable and future roundtables will be broadcast through LinkedIn Live on the CWRU Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship’s LinkedIn page.