Keilin Jahnke, Ph.D. candidate in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, is working with her lab team to develop a new kind of clean cook stove that could replace dirty indoor fires that nearly 3 billion people worldwide rely on to prepare daily meals. Keilin completed both a B.S. in General Engineering (2012) and an M.S. in Systems and Entrepreneurial Engineering (2014) at Illinois. This fall, she will bring her perspective to the Students Advising on Graduate Education (SAGE), the Graduate College's student advisory board and leadership opportunity that fosters active engagement with Graduate College programs and initiatives. You can read more about Keilen's research and the importance of understanding technology's end users on the ISEE blog.