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Lobell, Hannah

Hannah Lobell
Mechanical Engineering

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

My RISE area of interest during my first year is service. To fulfill the service requirements, I will be serving as an ambassador for the Mechanical Engineering department and as a member of the Women in Engineering Student Advisory Board (WIESAB). One of my passions is increasing the number of women in the engineering field and both of these activities will work to support this goal.

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

For my second year I would also like to focus on service. I believe that by focusing on the service component of RISE for two years will allow me to create a very large impact on the community and work to increase the representation of female engineers.

What are your involvements and or extracurricular activities?: 
  • Undergraduate Research in Dr. Ryan Sochol's Bioinspired Advanced Manufacturing (BAM) lab.
  • Women in Engineering Student Advisory Board
  • Clark School Ambassadors
  • Alpha Omega Epsilon
  • Society of Women Engineers
What is your cool engineering experience?: 

This past winter I studied abroad in Sydney, Australia with the Clark School and learned about International Business Cultures in Engineering and Technology. While in Australia we had the opportunity to visit many global engineering companies, such as Google, Microsoft, and IBM, and enhance our engineering communication skills by engaging in a cross cultural negotiation simulation.