[vc_row image=”” color=”” paddingtop=”” paddingbottom=”” full_width=”0″][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_gallery type=”nivo” interval=”5″ images=”183,182,181″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self”][margin bottom=”25″][vc_wp_posts title=”Undergraduate Research Fellows” number=”10″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″]
[testimonial_item title=”Testimonial title 1″ name=”Britany Chamberlain”]Outreach is a term usually connotative with K-12 students, but I believe it should extend to all ages. Through SWE, I’ve been able to inform current college students and plenty of parents about engineering and STEM as a whole.[/testimonial_item]
Undergraduate Research
[vc_text_separator title=”2012″ title_align=”separator_align_left” color=”grey”][heading style=”def” heading=”Britany Chamberlain” firstword=”yes” dotted=”yes”][vc_column_text]

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Currently a senior at Utah State University (USU) studying Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Business. My scholarly interests include propulsion, fluid mechanics, marketing, and business management. I have been involved with research since my first semester at USU–primarily in rocket propulsion. In addition to research, I am the president of USU’s chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and enjoy overseeing activities promoting professional development and outreach to other student.

Outreach is a term usually connotative with K-12 students, but I believe it should extend to all ages. Through SWE, I’ve been able to inform current college students and plenty of parents about engineering and STEM as a whole. While K-12 students are the immediate future, everyone else has an impact on the future generation as well, and encouraging students to enter STEM fields is vital to future successes. My goals for my future career include working on meaningful engineering assignments and fostering ideas for the potential of engineering in others.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]