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Women in STEM Q&A: Erin Keys

Women in STEM Q&A: Erin Keys

3/14/14

Erin Keys is an IGERT Fellow (Graduate Research Assistant) with Webber Energy Group at UT Austin

Was there a person in your life that encouraged you in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and/or to enter your specific field? If so, please tell us a little bit about how she/he encouraged you:

 

Evening with Industry Banquet

By Meagan Wey, Junior Mechanical Engineering Student

1/15/14

The WEP Evening with Industry Banquet is quickly approaching. I'm ready – are you?

 

My GLUE Experience

By Miriam Laleye, Sophomore Aerospace Engineering Student

12/10/13

When I decided to apply for the Graduates Linked with Undergraduates in Engineering (GLUE) Program, at first it was to learn more about the scope of my major, Aerospace Engineering. I chose my major because I developed a high interest in aircrafts when I was in high school; however, I never had the opportunity to compare my expectations with the reality of the field. I hoped that the GLUE experience would grant me the opportunity to learn more about my major, and be able to judge whether or not it was actually what I thought, what I wanted, and what was best for me. I also believed that experiencing research at this early stage of my studies would help me to know better how I felt about research and about graduate school. In sum, I hoped that at the end of this experience in the GLUE program, I would be more knowledgeable about my career goals. At the end of the course, I could definitely say that my expectations were met.

 

Doing Everything While Staying Sane

By Katherine Sandhop, Senior Mechanical Engineering Student

11/19/13

Having a completely balanced college life/experience seems to be this crazy myth that someone made up. There are so many things that we push ourselves to do that it seems impossible to do them all and do them all well. For me, it almost becomes a checklist: go to class, get good grades, be involved in academic organizations, be involved in university organizations, work, get a good night's sleep, and oh yeah, while you're in college, try to have some fun!

 

Going to Tutoring

By Kendall Mueller, Sophomore Chemical Engineering Student

11/5/13

There’s nothing more important than getting help when you are struggling. I know most people come into college thinking “I don’t need help! I can do it all on my own” which is exactly how you felt in high school. Unfortunately college becomes a lot harder and at some point in time, you are going to need help.

 

Alumni Spotlight: Laura Bosworth-Bucher

10/14/13

Laura Bosworth is CEO and co-founder of TeVido BioDevices, an early stage life sciences/biotech start-up using 3D bio-printing to develop tissue engineered products for reconstructive surgery, wound-healing and burns. 

 

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