SERENA CHAO, BASC ’20, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
"Engineering isn’t a solo endeavour, and even if that were possible, it wouldn’t be as fun."
DOLMA TSUNDU, BASC ’20, INTEGRATED ENGINEERING
"The greatest thing I will take away from my degree is the courage and ability to bring individuals together to tackle issues we care about."
JULIA DINGLASAN, BASC ’20, CIVIL ENGINEERING
"Engineering straddles the line between science and art — it uses science concepts to make art a reality. I think that being in engineering has made me appreciate both subjects even more."
JILLIAN NEWELL, BASC ’20, MINING ENGINEERING
"A valuable lesson I learned is that you get what you put in. Any student can attend classes but being an active contributor opens new doors. Though it requires time and energy, the added work does pay off and the experiences are well worth it. "
ASHNA MISRA, BASC ’19, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
"Failure gave me insight into the ways people work, how to be an effective leader, and ultimately how to increase my probability of success."
YUQING DU, BASC ’19, ENGINEERING PHYSICS
"The most important things I have learned during my degree are not necessarily the technical details of the courses I have taken, but rather the underlying ability to pick up new skills and build on existing ones."