Danielle Larios,‘25 Chemical Engineering - traditional
‘25 Chemical Engineering - traditional track, Ancient Studies Minor
When did you begin your Research?
Where does your Research take place?
Hennigan Lab, Department of Chemical, Biochemical and Environmental Engineering, UMBC
What is the focus of your Research?
Investigating the effects and properties of Aerosols, such as brown carbons, present in cloud water.
What are you looking forward to the most about your Research?
I look forward to working together with my fellow research assistants towards a real world, practical goal and continuing to do so throughout the next year.
What was the best part of your Research OR What was the biggest learning moment of your Research ?
So far, one of the best parts of my research experience has been applying the practical skills I have learned in my classes, such as MATLAB, to an actual long-term project. It really helps to take broad concepts and see them in a real world setting.
What advice do you have for students who are interested in getting involved in research or an internship?
If you are interested in research or internships, then be proactive! Even if nothing comes from it, you can only benefit from creating relationships with your professors and networking with potential companies.
Are you a member of any clubs/campus organizations?
Student Ambassador for CBEE, Social Coordinator for Tau Beta Pi
What are your goals after graduation?
Pursue a master's degree in environmental engineering
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Posted: June 23, 2023, 4:01 PM