Alumnus Dan Medina '86 uses his vision and talent to help first responders in need

Talented artist and distinguished alumnus Dan Medina '86 was hard at work this past month using his design skills, vision, and personal resources to assist our first responders with much needed face shields. Demand was so high that he shifted production from using 3D printing to laser cutting in order to produce over 1200 face shields by mid-April.  Posts with grateful first responders have flooded social media channels, showing everyone the immediate impact that Dan's contributions have made.  Thanks, Dan, for jumping into action and making a difference during these tough times.