Fellow:Meghan Reynolds

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Meghan Reynolds is a current sophomore engineering student at Loyola University Maryland.  Her concentrations are mechanical and materials engineering with an intended business minor.  Meghan is originally from Wayne, New Jersey and decided to pursue engineering after discovering it was


the perfect combination of math, science, and service to others.  Over the course of the past year and a half, through her education down in Baltimore, she has discovered a passion for both environmental engineering issues and women in STEM initiatives.  She is a member of Loyola’s environmental action club and the Society of Women engineers section.  She hopes to use both of these passions in her career post-graduation.   Additionally, Meghan wants to aid others in discovering their passions and giving them the tools to solve the problems they are passionate about.  She is excited to develop the skills to do so through the UIF program and community.  In her free time Meghan loves to read, with her favorite book being To Kill a Mockingbird, swim, and watch “The Office.”

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Loyola University Maryland

Spring 2017 Fellows:

Meghan Reynolds

Christopher Tiffin

Eric Muchisky

Emily Dexter-Thornton

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