Engineering Student Kaitlyn Amanullah is a remarkable individual with a profound passion for math and science. Her dedication and commitment were recently showcased when she was selected to participate in The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology, a prestigious and intensive residential summer program hosted at Rutgers University.
During her time at The Governor’s School, Kaitlyn had the opportunity to immerse herself in a world of innovation and research. She delved into a fascinating project titled "Monitoring Characterization and Modeling of Still Model Dynamic Behavior Under Climate Change.” This research not only reflects her academic prowess but also her commitment to addressing crucial challenges like climate change.
Kaitlyn's experience at The Governor’s School was nothing short of exceptional. Collaborating with a group of talented peers, she contributed significantly to the project's success. Their collective efforts earned them an invitation to present their groundbreaking research at the prestigious MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference.
Kaitlyn's journey at The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology is a testament to her extraordinary dedication to STEM fields and her potential to make a lasting impact in the world of research and innovation. We congratulate Kaitlyn on her outstanding achievements and look forward to following her continued success in the field of science and engineering.