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David H. Menager

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David Menager is a fifth-year PhD student at the University of Kansas, researching Artificial Intelligence. He is an emerging leader in event memory for intelligent agents. His current interest is to understand the role of event memory for explainable AI in single-agent and multi-agent domains. During his tenure at the University of Kansas, David has served as the president of the National Society of Black Engineers, and has been a Self Engineering Leadership Fellow. David is currently a Rusty Leffel Concerned Student Award recipient,  a GEM Fellow, and a SELF Graduate Fellow. He has also completed internships at Lockheed Martin, The Naval Research Laboratory, Adobe Inc., and Garmin International. 

Mentor: Arvin Agah, Associate Dean and Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Dongkyu Choi, Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering 

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