Mary-Michael Robertson

E. Stuart James Grant Jefferson Scholar
Class: 2019
Hometown: Hurt, Virginia


The Spectra (Undergraduate Engineering and Science Research Journal), editorial board; Engineering Student Council, Second Year representative, First Year Committee; Cavalier Daily, copy editor; Nitrogen Working Group’s Clark Café Sustainability Labeling Project, research assistant; UBike Ambassador; Net Impact Sustainability Committee; Green Grounds Green Health Committee; sustainability advocate; Sweater Vests as Tank Tops (SVATT), leadership/exec team; Society of Women Engineers; research assistant, Dr. Goodall (Civil & Environmental Engineering, Coastal and Transportation Engineering); Girls Can Change the World with Science, STEM outreach program developer; Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center, youth STEM outreach; Rodman Scholars Council, service chair, Service Committee First Year Liaison; Dean’s List; Rodman Scholar

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