Nairobi's Vivian Kiniga (The Kenya High School) will enroll next fall in Cornell's School of Agriculture and Life Sciences, becoming the sixth EaSEP student to matriculate at the Ivy League university. Her focus is biomedical engineering.
Vincent Bett (Alliance High School) of Nandi Hills will be EaSEP's first student at Tufts, in the School of Engineering, and Getrude Ndungu (Moi Girls High School-Eldoret) from the Mombasa area will be EaSEP's first at Amherst. While interested in architecture and economics, she is also drawn to Amherst's Women's and Gender Studies.
David Chege (Mang'u High School) will be EaSEP's third Princeton student and plans to pursue engineering. David is from a rural section of Kiambu, north of Nairobi. Shadrack Lilan (Alliance High School) will join a pair of current EaSEP alums at Penn, also in engineering. Shadrack has roots in the Nandi Hills area and currently lives in Nairobi.