What made you choose your major?
I’ve always had a passion for STEM subjects and the environment. That made Environmental Systems Engineering the perfect choice for me.
What student organizations and activities are you involved in?
I am the Vice President of the Society of Environmental Systems Engineers. Being a member and a board member of this society has allowed me to create lasting relationships. Additionally, listening to the guest speakers we host has taught me many things about the industry I would have otherwise not learned.
What is the best class you’ve taken at Penn State and why?
What is the one Penn State activity that everyone should participate in, and why?
I would highly recommend going to at least one football game against a Big Ten team. The energy in the stadium during those games is truly unmatched.
What’s the best part about being an EMS student?
My favorite part about being an EMS student is how close-knit the community is. This aspect of EMS fosters great relationships among students and faculty.
What is one piece of advice you would give to prospective students?
Don’t be afraid to talk to your professors. They’re not there to hurt you, most will go out of their when trying to help a student achieve academically.