Undergraduate affiliate runs all the way home
Jan. 13, 2014
Kameron Starr, an Ohio University sophomore with his sights set on the BME master's program, celebrated the last day of his teenage years by running from campus to his home in Lancaster -- 52 miles in all.
Starr is majoring in mechanical engineering. He plans to pursue the BME master's degree through the 4-1 option, which gives Ohio University students the opportunity to earn an engineering bachelor's degree and the BME master's degree in five years. The traditional path typically requires two years in the master's program.