Elizabeth Rowe is a University Innovation Fellow Candidate and student at the University of Portland (UP). She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in
Mechanical Engineering and a Mathematics Minor with a concentration in Biology. She is currently a Biomedical Engineering Research Assistant creating an artificial, mechanical lung at the University of Portland working alongside a professor of Biomedical Engineering.
Rowe is originally from Vancouver, WA, where she has lived her entire life. She graduated high school as a Science, Math and Technology (SMT) student and then received several scholarships to attend the University of Portland as an undergraduate student.
At the University of Portland, Rowe is involved in the Society of Women Engineers, local community service programs (Alpha Lambda Delta, Boys and Girls Club) and in her free time tutors younger students in previous engineering and science classes. Elizabeth is passionate about innovation in engineering and promoting education in her community. In the future she wants to help make contributions through innovation in the Biomedical Engineering research field.
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