Concentration: Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, B.S.
House/Dorm: Eliot House
Hometown: Lamar, CO
Dan Nevius is a Co-President of the Harvard College Engineering Society. He was born and raised in a small town called Lamar in the southeast corner of Colorado.
On campus, Dan has held positions on the boards of the Harvard College Aviation Club and the Harvard College Engineers Without Borders and was a part of the Freshman Lightweight Crew team. He is currently in the process of reviving a Harvard chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS).
Dan’s summer experiences have covered a variety of activities from teaching Mathematics and Problem Solving at the ThinkTable in Sydney, Australia, to interning at the Aerospace Industries Association in Arlington, VA. He has also spent his summers traveling, studying Architecture at the Parsons New School of Design, and interning at the National Productivity and Competitiveness Council in Mauritius.
Looking forward, Dan would like to enter into the commercial space industry.
Feel free to contact Dan with any questions about Engineering at Harvard or his background at nevius[at]fas[dot]harvard[dot]edu.