As part of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship, I will be completing a 150 hour and 300-hour experiences relevant to my certificate goals in addition to various other innovative and entrepreneurial ventures at Duke. Click on the headers to direct you to more exhaustive descriptions of my experiences.
I’ve spent two summers interning at the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC), one of the largest wastewater treatment plants in the United States. Key to my development was the time I spent working with computer aided design (CAD) draftsmen and geographic information systems (GIS) coordinators, who taught me how to use CAD and GIS to tackle real world problems.
In the first semester of my junior year, I became a teaching assistant in the POD, a renovated space created to house the new freshman design course at Duke. The course was launched in an effort to give freshman engineers an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and to learn about the engineering design process. I think I have learned more in my time being a TA than I have in any course at Duke.
Check out other projects and activities I have been working on outside the classroom!