A Powered Wheelchair For Noah Stevenson-Lea
Noah Stevenson-Lea, nine, who suffers from muscle-wasting disease is raising funds so he can purchase a powered wheelchair and play again with his friends at school playgrounds. Muscular dystrophy requires him to use such chairs.
K-State runners may eat at their training table, but must maintain social distancing. Stevenson misses being part of a team and hopes spectators are allowed at Big 12 championship meets.
Early Life and Education
Noah Stevenson was raised in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada where he found an interest in art, music and drama. For three years he attended Drama Kids of the Triad where he performed several short plays.
Noah first became known for his roles in coming-of-age films such as The Year My Voice Broke (1987) and Flirting (1991), before his breakthrough role as pianist David Helfgott in Shine (1996) earned him numerous accolades.
At Salesforce’s Education Summit, Noah addressed the persisting racial injustices in higher education. He encouraged educators to become closer to their students so they can better understand their struggles and create healthy educational environments; also stressing the significance of including different points of views into classes.
Stevenson not only teaches, but also conducts research in partial differential equations in fluid mechanics and function spaces – an advanced mathematical field which applies abstract mathematical concepts to solve real world issues.
Stevenson earned the prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship during his time at CMU, awarded to students who demonstrate academic potential in science, technology and engineering fields.
As an assistant coach for Husky Athletics, Stevenson works closely with vaulters, jumpers, and multi-event athletes. Under his guidance have come many successes including NCAA champion Olivia Gruver breaking the NCAA Indoor pole vault record during her inaugural year under Stevenson’s tutelage and Hannah Rusnak improving her personal best by nearly 800 points!
Achievement and Honors
Noah L Stevenson has been awarded a Goldwater Scholar scholarship, which will help him pursue his goal of becoming an academic researcher and professor. His vision includes earning a Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences while contributing to understanding complex fluid systems.
At CMU, his research involves rigorous analysis of micropolar fluid equations that model viscous fluids with microscopic structures such as blood or colloidal suspensions. His studies are overseen by Ian Tice, associate professor of Mathematical Sciences.
In 1988, Rain Man featuring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise was released, raising awareness about autistic savants. Additionally, Dolly the sheep became the first mammal ever cloned during this year.
Noah Stevenson is an Honors Student enrolled in CMU’s Mathematical Sciences Honors Degree Program, taking both undergraduate and graduate courses while working as a graduate assistant teaching Math Studies: Analysis I & II courses as well as conducting research on partial differential equations used in fluid mechanics.
He has an intense passion for art and drama, attending classes at Drama Kids of the Triad for three years. Additionally, he enjoys singing as well as taking piano lessons to develop his craft.
Michael Fassbender stands as one of the finest actors of his generation, known for bringing an intense physical intensity to roles ranging from Donnie Darko’s rabbit-hallucinating youth, Jack Twist in Brokeback Mountain and Tony Hastings from Nocturnal Animals. Additionally, he has taken on roles which require him to portray deep inner turmoil such as Donnie Darko or Nocturnal Animals.
His net worth stands at an estimated $3.2 Million, having amassed this sum through professional boxing career earnings, lucrative endorsement agreements and merchandise sales.
He enjoys basketball and its matches, traveling with his friends and family members, and often posting photos from these trips to his social media accounts.
He is the youngest child of his parents. His relationships with both family members are strong; they always support any decisions he makes. His father works at a local company while his mother takes care of food preparation. He professes Christianity religion and belongs to white ethnicity background. Jake Ruggles plays Place Kicker for Ohio State Buckeyes football team.