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Rosen Named 2012 Top New Face of Engineering by ASME

Rosen Named 2012 Top New Face of Engineering by ASME


ASME has announced that Michelle Rosen, a senior mechanical engineering major at the University of Maryland, has been selected as the Top New Face in the first annual publication of EWeek’s 2012 New Faces of Engineering College Edition. Rosen, a Gemstone student and a member of Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma, currently has a GPA of 3.92. She has also interned at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility, where she used MATLAB in designing and modeling deployable solar panels for a small satellite. In addition to her internship experience, Rosen serves as an A. James Clark School of Engineering Ambassador and volunteers with elementary, middle, and high school girls in order to increase their interest in engineering. After graduation, she plans to pursue a doctorate in mechanical engineering and hopes to become a research professor.

EWeek (the National Engineers Week Foundation) sponsors the New Faces of Engineering program. According to their website, EWeek “is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers among young students and by promoting pre-college literacy in math and science.”

For more information on the other EWeek 2012 New Faces of Engineering, visit their website.

January 11, 2012


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