Concentration: Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Certificate: Applied and Computational Mathematics, Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Study Abroad: Kenya with Engineers Without Borders, Philippines with IIP
Hi all! I’m a senior in the Mechanical and Aerospace Department. I signed up for some mechanical engineering classes freshman year, and I haven’t looked back! But one of the great things about Princeton is that while studying engineering, I’ve been able to explore classes in the humanities too. On campus, I’m involved with Engineers Without Borders, the Writing Center and the Pace Center for Civic Engagement.
I love coffee and meeting new people, so hit me up if you’re looking for advice. We can chat about declaring engineering or engaging in the humanities, taking advantage of academic resources,or even getting involved with service at Princeton. P.S. I’m a big advocate of having fun with your courses!
Favorite Courses: MAE 433: Automatic Control Theory (the math behind robotics!), PHI 381: Philosophy of Law (a more "applied" kind of philosophy course- great way to experience the department) PSY 259: Cognitive Psychology (explores the way psychology and computer science can inform each other - so cool! )