How did Rose help you get where you are today?
What professor had the biggest impact on you?
Dr. Sam Hulbert, he was my professor for most of my biomedical engineering classes, and also a mentor for Student Government Association work. Near the end of college, I applied for the biomedical engineering master's program because I got cold feet over starting medical school (even though I had already been accepted). Dr. Hulbert sat me down and told me to get going on my way to medical school. I never looked back!
Favorite or most-lasting memory from Rose?
Working summers as an Operation Catapult counselor, where I got to spend weeks on campus and in academic buildings where things were extremely quiet - save for the 60 or so of us Catapulters. The contrast with the hustle of the academic year was really cool and it also afforded me the opportunity to get to know many more faculty and staff than I otherwise would have.
What's the nerdiest thing you do?
Best-kept secret at Rose?
Advice for new Rose students?
Mechanical Engineering alumna who enjoys spending time outdoors.
Biomedical Engineering alumnus at Cornell University.
A computer engineering alumnus living in the Big Easy.