EIP Student Advisory Board
2020-2021 Academic Year
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Waldorf, MD
Activities: UMD Club Badminton, Engineers without Borders, ClarkCommunities
Scholarships: Lockheed Martin STEM Scholar, Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholarship, UMD Dean's Scholarship
Fave CP Restaurant: Jumbo Jumbo
Favorite thing about EIP: Meeting up with the cohort for HEIP143 at the end of a long Monday, then walking to the diner with a whole mob of EIPeople.
Hometown: Edison, New Jersey
Activities: Smith Investment Fund, SUSA
Scholarships: President’s Scholarship
My favorite place to study: the second floor of the Atlantic Building
My favorite College Park restaurant: The Hall CP
Majors: International Business and Voice Performance
Hometown: Bridgewater, NJ
Activities: UMD Chamber Singers, Maryland Music Business Society
Internships: Choral Assistant for the UMD Choral Activities Department (2020-2023)
Scholarships/Awards: President’s Scholarship
Favorite place to study on campus: Patio outside of the Clarice Performing Arts Center
Favorite College Park restaurant: Marathon Deli (of course!)
Minor: Technology Entrepreneurship
Hometown: Surf City, NJ
Activities: Women in Engineering Peer Mentor Program, Biomedical Engineering Society,
Sigma Kappa Sorority, CHAARG Women's Fitness Group
Scholarships and Awards: EIP Do Good Showdown Winner, President's Scholarship
Favorite thing about EIP: My favorite thing about EIP is that there are so many opportunities to learn more about how to transform things that I am passionate about into a business. I have learned so much and made great friendships throughout the program.
Favorite Place to Study on Campus: My favorite place to study on campus is in the STEM Library, inside of the Math building, because it has a lot of big group tables to be able to study with friends.
Hometown: Clarksburg, MD
Activities: Smith Finance Group, Women in Business
My favorite thing about EIP: The close-knit community of passionate students and the abundance of entrepreneurial opportunities that challenge me and push me out of my comfort zone.
My favorite place to study on campus: Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center