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Hemmeter, Adam

Materials Science and Engineering

What is the RISE area of interest during your first year and why?: 

My area of interest for the first year is instruction. I will fulfill this through my role as an undergraduate teaching fellow for ENMA300 (ENME3832). I am excited to take on this role because it will allow me to assist students in a course where I have a strong understanding of the content. I hope to help the students in my sections reach their full potential by giving them fair and constructive feedback and leading review sessions.

What is the RISE area of interest during your second year and why?: 

My area of interest for the second year will be service because I feel that it is very important to give back and take an active role in the community. I look forward to working with ambassador programs to assist with the recruitment of prospective high school students. I also hope to volunteer with the goal of empowering other members of the community to reach their full potential.

What are your involvements and or extracurricular activities?: 
  • Student Government Association
  • Student IT Advisory Committee
  • Federal Fellows Program
What is your cool engineering experience?: 

I have had an excellent experience so far in the Clark School. In the first weeks at the university, I joined the Student Government Association as the Engineering Representative where I advocated for technology issues and used my engineering background to bring positive change to the organization by creating the Committee of Information Technology. I have also been able to take advantage of short term study abroad programs offered by the engineering school.