“We take teachers from middle school and high school to NASCAR race tracks and try to teach them how to teach science and math better by giving them automotive examples.We at ICAR believe it is very important to make sure that the future generation of engineers are ready,” said Sonagra.
Sonagra will use her scholarship to continue to boost K-12 education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
The Bosch program will also help CU-ICAR recruit and retain top students and bring more women and minority students into STEM fields.
“Our goal is to produce the engineer of tomorrow. Our goal is to produce the finest automotive engineers that the world has seen,” said Executive Director of CU-ICAR Imtiaz Haque.
While influencing the engineers of tomorrow, Sonogra will also be looking for an internship for her last semester and anticipates graduating with her Masters degree as early as next summer.