Azia Harris-Martin wins prestigious Rumler Prize

Analyzing water filtration systems for the Flint water crisis, marketing a diabetes sock, and starting a community girls’ club are just a few of the accomplishments of Azia Harris-Martin (MITES ’12, MIT ’17), recipient of this year’s prestigious Hugh G. Rumler Prize, an award presented annually by the College of Engineering to an outstanding senior “on the basis of sincerity, integrity and goodwill.”

Harris-Martin is the first MSE student to win the prize, which comes with a $10,000 stipend, in more than 13 years.

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