- Implemented an excel based population attribution risk tool to be used by the Consumer Product Safety Commission for product screening
- Provided research guidance for community resilience hub trials in the Savannah River Watershed in partnership with Clemson University
- Created testing apparatus for department classes and assist in set up of departments solids, soils, materials, and fluids labs
- Managed department’s fabrication shop and assist students on the design and construction of projects
- Ensured the smooth functioning of the departments facilities
- Created preliminary traffic staging diagrams for transition to open road tolling at 6 bay area bridges with up to 20 lanes of travel
- Assisted in the design of open road tolling infrastructure at bay area bridges and Treasure Island in MicroStation and Bluebeam
- Researched congestion pricing as a means to reduce traffic in SF and promote public transportation post pandemic
- Assisted in design of sewer and storm water systems providing calculation and CAD drawing support
- Conducted site surveys using both total station and GNSS equipment
- Carried out construction and post construction site walkthroughs
- Compiled and presented relevant sea level rise resources for future planning and design within the department
- Selected to study Mandarin Chinese in Beijing on an academic year scholarship under the U.S. Department of State National Security Language Initiative
- Organized and facilitated bilingual cultural outreach events at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing
- Attended Beijing No. 80 High School: Provided bilingual articles for the school's magazine, Served as a bilingual MC for school events
- Served as a first responder for aquatic and medical related incidents
- Preformed daily water safety operations including tower guard, vehicle patrol shifts, and public safety interactions
MIT established a prestigious program of Presidential Fellowships in 1999 in order to recruit the most outstanding students worldwide to pursue graduate studies at the Institute.
The ASCE Pittsburgh Section’s Student Awards Foundation presents cash awards to students each year for the American Bridge Leadership Award. This award recognizes outstanding civil engineering students preparing to be future leaders of the profession.
Awarded to a graduating senior who completed outstanding research work during their undergraduate studies.
Awarded to graduating senior(s) with the best academic record in their class.
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