Hi! I’m Katie, a rising sophomore in CBE. I lived in Rodin College House this past semester and am also living there this coming year. I’m from Stamford, CT and attended a public high school. On campus, I am involved with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), AOE – a social and professional STEM sorority, Chem-e-car, and the club field hockey team. I am also a tutor with the Weingarten Center. This summer I am interning with the Stamford Recycling Department and volunteering at a vaccine clinic. I am also working a summer camp at a local nature center. I’m trying to learn more baking and cooking this summer. I also love trying new restaurants in Philly! I played a lot of sports growing up and in high school – field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse. I now enjoy running and club field hockey.
Hi! I’m Kristina. I’m a rising senior in bioengineering from Plainsboro, NJ. Currently, I’m premed and doing research in radiology at CHOP. I’m the Co-President of the Penn Kidney Disease Screening and Prevention (KDSAP) Club. I’m also on the Penn varsity fencing team. This summer, I’ll be working as a life science management consulting intern. As a first year student, I lived in Brooks Hall at Fisher in the Upper Quad and moved to Rodin during sophomore year. When I’m not studying, I like to spend time with friends, watch Netflix, and listen to music. I’m really excited to meet you all!
Welcome to Penn Engineering! My name is Sarthak Jain, and I am a senior studying Computer Science and Economics. I was born and brought up in Jaipur, India. In my free time, I like to explore Philly, watch Netflix, have philosophical discussions, hang out with friends, meet diverse people, and learn about their cultures! On campus, I serve as the Director of Student and Campus Life on the Undergraduate Assembly, Chair of Penn Traditions and have also been involved with various FGLI organizations and wellness student groups. I was CD until my sophomore year, so if you have any questions about major choices or just life at Penn, in general, feel free to hit me up. Congratulations again!
Hello! My name is Jason and I’m a rising junior studying Computer Science, minoring in math and chemistry, on the pre-health track. I grew up in Long Island, New York. On campus, I’m the co-head of outreach for PennApps. In addition, I’m involved in the analytics team for the Daily Pennsylvanian and the marketing team for AI@Penn. I attended PennQuest, where we hiked and camped on the Appalachian Trail. My first year, I lived in Fisher Hassenfeld College House. Last summer, I interned as a biomedical data science researcher. Before Penn, I went to a public school where I took AP classes. In my free time, I love watching Netflix, reading fantasy novels, and watching Twitch streams. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or just want to chat!
My name is Josh and I’m a rising senior in Materials Science and Engineering and M&T. I’m really interested in nanodevices and materials innovation, and I love to do research. I’m hoping to head to a PhD program after Penn, but I’m also interested in business and entrepreneurship. I’m involved in Penn Aerial Robotics, a cappella, and research with the Drndic Lab, as well as the beginning of a new materials science makerspace in LRSM!
Hi! My name is Nick Anderson, I’m an incoming junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Engineering Entrepreneurship. I’m a first generation college student with a passions that range from helping others to kicking a ball in a goal. On campus I’m the VP of the Penn Engineering Council, captain of the club soccer team, Secretary of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a Penn First Plus Student Mentor, the Philanthropy Chair of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji), a Penn Admitted Student Mentor, a MEAM TA, MEAM Ambassador, and my favorite of all – an OPA! When I can get away from coursework and extracurricular obligations, I find that I spend most of my time wandering the streets of Philly and traveling with friends. Some other random facts: my favorite soccer team is Manchester United, I’ve been to 40 countries, and I’m typing this with a swollen eye (just got stung on the eyelid by a bee).