Engineering a Culture of Inclusion and Diversity

Undergraduate student Emerald White brings fresh perspectives to a wide range of groups at Tech

Emerald White, an undergraduate in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), is making her voice heard through active participation in many different on-campus organizations. Although White attended a high school focused heavily on the fine arts, her interest in robotics and healthcare drew her to STEM. She entered Tech as a biomedical engineering major, motivated by the healthcare inequality present in not only her neighborhood, but in many Black and underrepresented minority communities.

White is now an electrical engineering major and a participant in the Opportunity Research Scholars Program in ECE. 

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