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Civil & Environmental Engineering

I used to tell my students that I was an ‘accidental professor.’

Professor

Civil & Environmental Engineering

I used to tell my students that I was an ‘accidental professor.’

’18

Chemical Engineering

My favorite engineering memory happened last quarter in my capstone chemical engineering lab class.

’18

Mechanical Engineering

I challenge future students to expand their idea of what it means to be a successful engineer.

’19

Mechanical Engineering

It’s so easy for me to get lost in my schoolwork every week and forget about taking advantage of all the...

’19

Electrical Engineering

I’m in the midst of interviewing for summer internships.

’18

Mechanical Engineering

#ENGR193 was a great way to bridge the gap between Stanford and the working world.

’19

Mechanical Engineering

Stanford has given me the freedom to explore different disciplines and fields of engineering, most...

’18

Mechanical Engineering

I’ve been told that the professional work environment will be very different from school, but it’s hard...

BS ’07

Mechanical Engineering

I grew up in the Philippines. When I reflect back on my high school days, I remember doing well in math...

PhD candidate

Mechanical Engineering

When I was in fifth grade, I was diagnosed with exercise-induced asthma, which hurt my confidence in my...

Professor of Electrical Engineering and, by courtesy, of Applied Physics

#IAmAnEngineer working at the interface of physics and engineering. I study light at the smallest...

Professor

Materials Science and Engineering

I do research on solar cells that absorb sunlight and create electricity. We’re trying to make solar...

Professor

Aeronautics and Astronautics

As humans we have a nervous system, so we can sense and communicate about what’s ailing us.