Women in Engineering and Technology
Madison Frei is a Chemical Engineering major, and will be serving as the Mentoring Chair in the Society of Women Engineers club during the 2018-19 year. Here are some things about her!
Favorite food: Cereal (or just about any breakfast food, really)
Hobbies: I love to be outside, travel, and be with my family and friends just enjoying one another’s company. I also love to read and play ukulele with my twin sister!
How the major affects my life: Chemical engineering is a HUGE part of my life! I have to dedicate a lot of time to studying, but it’s helped me become more disciplined and focused and I’ve met some incredible people in my classes. ChemE has helped me realize that I CAN make a difference in the world today by using and applying my education. I’m SO excited to see where it takes me!!
The most important thing I’ve learned at BYU: Studying at BYU has taught me so many incredible things but probably the most important one is to include your faith in all you do, especially studies. I’ve seen the Lord bless me so much as I turn to Him for help in my learning and with my classes and all the other aspects of my life. I absolutely love it when we pray before class because I know it makes God happy to see our desire to learn and that He will bless us as we do our best.
WHO IS WE@BYU?
Having the right resources can ensure your success in a technical discipline. WE@BYU: Women in Engineering and Technology is an organization that supports you both as a student and in the future. WE@BYU hosts activities, connects you to resources, and provides you with the tools you need to excel.
Who are we? We are just like you—women striving to use our talents to reach out and improve the world. Continue reading to meet a few women who demonstrate what WE can do to innovate, lead, connect, serve, and inspire.
Julie Crockett and Terri Bateman (WE@BYU Program Coordinators)
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