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TAME Alumna on Robotics, Biotech, and Asking Questions

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TAME Ambassador Taylor Johnson spent her summer doing research in the ReNeu Robotics Lab at The University of Texas at Austin! She's pictured here running tests on the Harmony Exoskeleton which helps stroke patients with rehabilitation.

Taylor first got involved with TAME in the 7th grade, and is now majoring in Biomedical Engineering. (Want to get involved, too? TAME Club registration is free and open now at tame.org/club2018 -- students have until 11:59pm on November 7th to register for our STEM Competitions.)

"My advice to high school students that want to follow in my footsteps would be to ask questions! I feel like I didn't ask nearly enough questions about majors, college life, and resources on campus until I arrived on campus to start my freshman year.

"I would encourage current high school students to reach out to college students that are in the majors they are considering to gain insight on how their college experience may be in a few years."

Where has TAME taken you? Learn more about the TAME Ambassador program and see how you can get involved to support students like Taylor all across Texas. 

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