I am involved in many efforts on campus. I enjoy being a part of different communities and knowing people from different majors.
I am in the Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. program with the College of Engineering at Michigan State University (MSU) where I work in the Institute of Quantitative Health (IQ). I am funded through an NIH T32 grant associated with the Reproductive, Developmental Science Program at MSU.
I am a 2020 Emerging Leader for the City of East Lansing and I have received special recognition from the city for my “outsiding contributions to the quality of life in East Lansing”.
I am a part of the MSU NIH BEST program which is a program that gives students the opportunity to do externships/internships outside of academia along with professional development opportunities and training.
I am the President and Founder of the MSU Science Communication Organization (MSU SciComm)
For 2019-2021, I am on the University Council for The Council of Graduate Students (COGS) to discuss issues that involve the entire University with other students, faculty and administration representatives.
In 2018-2019 I was the Biomedical Engineering Alternate Representative for The Council of Graduate Students (COGS) and I was on the 2019 Graduate Academic Conference Committee (GAC) in COGS. In 2020, I was invited to host a workshop with Daniel Puentes for the COGS GAC on how to “Communicate your Research with the General Public”.
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And I was a part of the WikiEdu program in the summer of 2020.