The story of how University of Notre Dame engineering students helped build artificial hands for a young girl in need will be featured during Steve Harvey’s daytime talk show on Tuesday (Nov. 27).
During the episode Michael Skinner, a senior in the College of Engineering, will appear alongside Doug and Tori Anderson of South Bend. Skinner met Doug Anderson when calling for an Uber during a campus event earlier this year. When Skinner asked Anderson about his family, he found out Anderson’s daughter Tori had been born with half a palm and only one finger on each hand.
Skinner is one of several students who are part of Notre Dame’s e-NABLE chapter, which builds 3D-printed hands for people in need.
The story of how the e-NABLE students worked with the Andersons to build hands for Tori is featured at https://www.nd.edu/stories//e-nabled/.
“Steve” airs on FOX at 4 p.m. For additional air times, check local listings.
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Originally published by news.nd.edu on November 26, 2018.at