Meshack is pursuing a master’s degree in chemical engineering at New Mexico State University. He has worked with students from various demographics on a number of educational topics, from setting up experiments for middle school students at 4-H camps to composing lessons and grading quizzes/exams for seniors at college level. While working with students, Meshack enjoys providing guidance and motivation to ensure that the students achieve the desired goal.
His thesis is on biomass (algae) conversion into biofuels which is exactly what sustainable bioeconomy for arid regions (SBAR) is all about. With experience in this field, Meschak is able to suggest/provide an efficient method for the biomass (guar/guayule bagasse) conversion into biofuels. Meshack is very hardworking, optimistic and determined to produce excellent results while being sociable and easy work with. He is eager to contribute to the mission and vision of SBAR.