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Major: Information Systems
Hometown: Frederick County
Activities: Innovo Scholars Student Consultant, Leadershape Institute Scholar, La Plata Hall Executive Council (VP of Communications/Marketing), Smith Undergraduate Student Association (Creative Ad Designer - Marketing Committee), Teaching Assistant (TA) - HONR239B
Internships: National Honor Society - Blue and Gray Chapter (Treasurer and Intern)
My favorite thing about EIP: Learning that there is need in the world and I have the ability fill it
My favorite honors seminar: HONR239B: New York and the American Dream
Major: Aerospace Engineering, minor in International Engineering
Hometown: Indian Head, MD
Activities: Scouting, TA, research, WIAA, Engineering Play date, Startup Shell
Internships: Eaton Aerospace Corporation
Scholarships & Awards: Girl Scout Gold Award and BSA Venturing Silver award (Eagle Scout equivalents), Do Good Challenge Final Showcase
My favorite thing about EIP: Opportunities - being able to start a venture as a part of a course and being a TA - mentoring others
My favorite honors seminar: HONR248B - Grand Challenges in Engineering (study abroad in Berlin)
Major: Computer Engineering
Hometown: Silver Spring, MD
Activities: Cooking, Camping, Fishing
Internships: Paradyme Management, Asymmetrik
Scholarships & Awards: Banneker Key, Herbert Rabin Endowed
My favorite thing about EIP: EIP gives me an entirely different point of view that doesn't come from a computer screen. As a computer engineering, I'm mainly learn things in class about computer science, but EIP helps to give me ways of tying my knowledge into real world problems. I can apply what I learn to something that matters.
My favorite honors seminar: HONR239X - Ecological Design Thinking. Not sure if it's being taught anymore, but it was an amazing class that followed closely with what I was learning with EIP at the time. Focuses on how it doesn't always cost to be environmentally friendly - instead, it can generate a profitable business model.
Hometown: Chandler, AZ
Activities: Smith Undergraduate Student Association, Accounting and Business Association, Ballroom at Maryland
Scholarship & Awards: Banneker/Key Scholarship
Favorite thing about EIP: The people you meet in EIP are some of the most talented individuals I have ever known. Out of all the honors colleges, EIP has the best pool of talent and draws from all disciplines, which creates a really rich environment.
Favorite Honors Seminar: HONR268L: US Immigration Policies. Dr. Grant-Wisdom provides an objective lens on issues that are so prominent in our government today by taking you through a full timeline of US immigration policies. It was an incredibly interesting seminar where we got to explore, develop, and defend different perspectives on this complex issue.
Major: Bioengineering, minor in Computer Science
Hometown: Clarksville, MD
Activities: Soccer, Basketball, Engineers Without Borders
Scholarships & Awards: President's Scholarship
My favorite thing about EIP: The friends I made.