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Anastasia Sjahputera

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Anastasia is a sophomore Biochemical Engineering student at the Colorado School of Mines and currently a first year University Innovation Fellow. She is currently on the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) executive board as the media chair, the Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP), is a member of Sigma Kappa sorority, and a Harvey Scholar.

Coming from Indonesia, Anastasia is interested in creating sustainable solutions for clean water and working with volunteer organizations to provide more accessibility to free/affordable clinics in village areas in addition to increasing the number of free, accesible tutoring alternatives for children too far from schools or those who are unable to afford it.  

In her freetime, Anastasia enjoys bullet journaling, painting canvases, drawing, and reading classic literature. She likes to find a balance between a STEM career and her personal interest in the arts, and would like to foster a better community at Mines that promotes both.