Whitney Davis, who is currently pursuing a BSEE at the University of Arkansas, has been selected to participate in the WISE (Washington Internships for Students of Engineering) program.
WISE is a summer internship program in engineering and public policy. Third-fourth-year engineering and computer science students and graduates pursuing policy-related graduate studies are selected in a nationwide competition to spend nine weeks during the summer in Washington, D.C., learning how engineers contribute to public policy decisions on complex technology issues. Each year, IEEE sponsors two-three IEEE U.S. student members in the WISE Program.
Whitney has studied at the Baja California Language College Spanish Immersion Program, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, and the Service Learning Project (Study Abroad Program) in Belize. She is co-founder and president of Young Americans For Liberty, Fayetteville, founder of Campaign for Liberty, Conway, and also organized Constitution Day 2010. She has worked in the past as a design engineering assistant in Conway since 2007. Davis is a 2009 graduate of Greenbrier High School.