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- Who Am I?:
I am currently an undergraduate college student attending at Humboldt State University in order to pursue an undergraduate degree in Environmental Resource Engineering. I am previously from San Diego, California and I graduated from Ramona High School. I chose to pursue a degree in Environmental Resource Engineering due to depleting resources and the opening fields in new renewable energy systems, water quality methods, and advances in architectural design. Some hobbies of mine include hiking, running, biking, surfing, rock climbing, and weight lifting.
Interests in Engineering
- Renewable Energy Systems
- Water Quality Methods
- Architectural Design
Experience in Engineering
- Current undergraduate student at Humboldt State University
- Currently in the club RESU (Renewable Energy Student Union)
- A member of ERESA, and was an editor for the 2015 ASCE Report Card for Humboldt County
- Employed through the Humboldt Energy Initiative Fund(HEIF) with the task of analyzing IV curves and PV panel data for Schatz Energy Research Center(Fall of 2016)
Engineering 215 Portfolio
In the Engineering 215 Design Class my group, the Sustainability Tsunami Squad, was tasked with fixing problems on the rain gutter system at Zane Middle School. A link to our website that explains the project's specifics can be found here: webpage.
Examples of work I've completed during my time in the Engineering 215 class: