Katherine worked at the Bloomberg Center for Government Excellence at The Johns Hopkins University to uncover the disparities in math and reading capabilities among city schools to inform decisions about actions to improve these outcomes.
The goal of the STEM Institute is to develop students with the confidence, passion, persistence, and curiosity to explore the empirical world and develop innovative habits of mind.
STEM fellowships are completed by students in the Institute after taking project-based electives and rigorous academic coursework in science, technology, engineering and math. Students select a STEM field of study based on their interests and engage in an authentic, real-world opportunity. They build toward that experience through significant research and reflection, in consultation with the Director and on-site mentor.
Susan worked with Dr. Suvi Gezari, P'34 at The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy
During the summer before her senior year, Suzannah was hosted by Simpson Gumpertz and Heger (SGH), a civil and structural engineering consulting firm.
For Emma's summer internship, she worked alongside oceanographic researcher Dr. Davina Passeri, 2006, at USGS in St. Petersburg, FL, to study the impacts of sea level rise on storms in coastal regions.
Ellie's internship experience at Cornerstone Professional Group focused on developing a statistics application, analyzing and collecting data, and working in a relational database.
Nysa worked on The Pandemic Data Initiative, which explored the lessons learned throughout the pandemic for how best to support government efforts to collect and deliver comprehensive real-time information to the public, policy makers, and the media.