Annabelle Hamilton is a sophomore at the University of St Thomas in Saint Paul, MN where she is studying Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science. She is a member of the St Thomas Cheerleading Team, Society of Women Engineers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Annabelle is an Introduction to Engineering Peer Mentor at St Thomas and an Engineering Mentor in the Shakopee School District. She is also a competitive dance coach and volunteers as a Spanish tutor. Through her time as an Engineering Mentor for the Shakopee School District, Annabelle has helped diversify the engineering curriculum by working on a team to implement Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering courses in addition to the existing Mechanical Engineering courses offered in Shakopee. She has also served as a mentor for the capstone engineering course - Engineering Design and Development and is a member of the Engineering Advisory Board in Shakopee.
Annabelle's interests include 3D printing, composite materials and engineering education. After completion of her undergraduate studies, Annabelle plans to pursue higher education in Engineering Education in order to teach STEM curriculum at the secondary and post-secondary education levels.
Current UIF Work:
A Guide on How to Design a Student-led Course on Campus
Spring 2017 Leadership Circle: