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New Brunswick, New Jersey
Field of Study
Applied Mathematics, Electrical
Engineering, System Theory
I'm Natalie, a multidisciplinary mathematics student located in the
Greater New York City Area. I'm a future-oriented individual and
voracious learner, and I am profoundly interested in all things at the
intersection of technology, engineering, information, and education.
I am entering my third year of undergraduate study at Rutgers
University, New Brunswick pursuing a B.A. in Mathematics and a B.S. in
Applied Sciences in Engineering. Through this program of study, I focus
in signal processing, wireless communication, cryptography, and
security. In May 2021, I will graduate as an Honors Academy scholar;
subsequently, I hope to continue my education in applied math,
electrical engineering, or a related field.
WHAT I CARE ABOUT
+1 (917) 693-6246
Information - The consequences of modern data are exceptionally
fascinating. I am primarily concerned with the digital age and how it
impacts media/journalism, open-source info, and truth. Recently, I had
the opportunity to explore some of these topics through the IC CAE
Critical Technology Studies Certificate Program in Intelligence and
Global matters and international affairs - I am appreciative of and
humbled by several experiences that have formed my inclination
towards complex challenges, including being selected as a finalist in the
2018 Georgetown Innovation Marketplace, becoming a student
ambassador for the Carnegie Council, volunteering as an RUAB student
representative to BorderLinks in Winter 2018, and completing the
Rutgers United Nations Study Program.
Math education - I am always eager to share the creativity, beauty, and
joy of mathematics, whether through tutoring, informal teaching, or
creating learning content. I am very excited about my recent selection
for an Aresty research project that explores Polynomiography
visualization as an innovative approach to STEM engagement.