Expected Graduation: May 2016
Hometown: Marietta, Ohio
Natasha became a Bobcat in fall 2012. She went into the Russ College of Engineering and Technology as undecided in engineering but quickly chose electrical engineering. She enjoys the logical design, mathematics, and abstract visualization that electrical engineering challenges her to use.
Today, Natasha participates in GPS navigation research in the Avionics Engineering Center. Natasha is heavily involved in the Society of Women Engineers and often volunteers locally around Athens on the weekends. She also volunteers to tutor calculus and circuits courses for other engineering students.
When she isn’t studying, you’ll find Natasha planning her next road trip adventure, trying new foods uptown or catching the latest independent film at the Athena Cinema. She plans to continue her avionics research in graduate school.