Mohammad Ahmad is studying Computer Science Engineering at the University of Michigan. As a member of the Student Government, Michigan Hackers, and Wolverine Fit, he improved the university we tools interface, worked on adding sustainable heat lamps to key locations on campus, updated the curriculum to better suit students’ needs, and hosted large scale Hackathons to foster interest in entrepreneurship and in developing avant-garde tools and features. He is working on a website to serve as a forum for students to advise future students about different courses, their workload, and their utility. Mohammad works on developing new satellite technology for his research team, Student Space Systems Fabrication Laboratory, and is the head engineer for the OADCS processor in the Command and Data Handling subsystem. His project, The Miniature Tether Electrodynamics Experiment has received commendation on the NASA website for designing propulsion-less thrust for CubeSat satellites. Mohammad plans to complete his Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in April of 2017, and then apply to be an MBA candidate after gaining practical work experience in project management.