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College of Engineering and Applied Science

CEAS Outreach Ambassadors

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences utilizes the talents of our wonderful undergraduate students as outreach ambassadors. Among their responsibilities include visiting elementary and middle schools for engineering and science demonstrations, guides for tours of the Engineering Building and representatives at conferences and UW campus events. Learn more about them below.

 


Annaliese Fitzsimmons

Annaliese Fitzsimmons


I am a junior double-majoring in civil engineering and environment and natural resources (ENR). I will hopefully be graduating with two bachelor's degrees in May 2020. I am planning on pursuing a master’s degree after that, hopefully in Montana, Washington or Wyoming. A few of my professional goals this coming year include continuing my work as the Society of Women Engineers outreach coordinator which includes the Women in Engineering Conference. I am also interested in finding out more about undergraduate research opportunities this coming year. As for personal goals, I am definitely interested in working more on my school/life balance and finding ways to organize myself a little bit better.



Hannah Vehige

Hannah Vehige


I am currently a senior studying civil engineering at the University of Wyoming. I plan to graduate from UW with a bachelor's degree in spring 2018. I have already completed most of the general education requirements and will be taking primarily senior-level classes this fall and spring. I would like to work within the transportation sector of civil engineering.

As I look toward the approaching school year, there are a few goals I have set for myself. My main personal goal for the year is to maintain a good balance between my academic, work and social lives. I would also like to make sure that even when times get busy I am still taking good care of myself and maintaining a fit and healthy lifestyle. Professionally, my biggest goal this year is to secure a job for after I complete college. To help achieve this goal I plan to continue to strive for academic success and to both take and pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam this year. Additionally, I plan to continue to learn from my job as an intern for the Laramie Design Squad (part of the Wyoming Department of Transportation), and the various clubs and organizations in which I am involved.

Eloise Fadial

Eloise Fadial


I am a rising sophomore at the University of Wyoming, majoring in chemical engineering and pursuing minors in music and anthropology. My experience ranges from performing on the violin at the Rocky Ridge Music Festival, to engaging and learning with engineering students from around the country at the Naval Academy STEM program, to preserving Wyoming’s natural places as a member of the Wyoming Conservation Corps. At UW, I am the recipient of the McElhone, Presidential Hathaway and UW College of Engineering Undergraduate Research Scholarships. I am member of the UW Honor’s Program, the Society of Women Engineers, and the Wyoming Honors Organization. As a great lover of the outdoors, I have been working for the past six months with the company BackpackingLight as an engineering intern and backcountry guide. My research project for BackpackingLight involves observing the effects of wind on various ultralight shelters. At the completion of my research, my findings are to be published on the BackpackingLight website. In addition, I have been asked to serve as a guide for BackpackingLight, leading a trek through Montana’s Beartooth Mountains in August 2017. I am currently seeking any research opportunities within the College of Engineering that are applicable to my field of study, specifically my great interest in all things biochemical and biomedical.

 


Damiana Murdock

Damiana Murdock


I will be a sophomore in 2017-18. I was an International Baccalaureate Diploma student and recipient in high school. I always thought I wanted to be a doctor, but when I learned that I did not like germs, I thought learning about the materials behind what a doctor does would be a better route. Now, I want to be a chemical engineer with a focus in biology, and my ultimate goal is to work in the development of medicine.

This school year my personal goals include building better relationships with professors (I have no problem approaching them but I feel I should rely on them before I finish my prerequisites) and to spend more time on the classes I need to work on rather than the classes I enjoy (time management). Professionally, I want to begin looking for internships I would be able to participate in during the summer and to build relationships/work with engineering faculty that may help me do so.

 


Reenu Paul

Reenu Paul


I am from India originally. I moved to the United States to pursue a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and neuroscience. My personal goals are to diversify my experiences and continue learning every day.  By focusing on self-development, I hope to add value to society with everything I do. My professional goals are to explore bio-engineering options and gather relevant job experience. With enhanced interpersonal skills I hope to network and engage with more people in STEM.

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