Hi, I’m Helen! I am an undergraduate student at Tulane University studying Biomedical Engineering with minors in History and Mathematics. I hope to pursue a career in medical device design to improve diagnostics and patient care. I feel that I have experienced such a learning curve in my study habits from high school into college, and have come to really love the material that I am studying. I hope that I can share this experience and help other students become more comfortable with challenging material. I am most comfortable tutoring math, chemistry, writing, and ACT test subjects. Outside of class, I love to walk and run outside, cook, and try new restaurants in New Orleans! This past summer I have loved interning in the movement science lab at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, collecting motion capture data to better understand injury patterns in athletes.
Education: Tulane University
Undergrad Major: B.S.E. Biomedical Engineering
Other Degrees/Minors: Minors in History and Mathematics
Class Rank: N/A
Awards & Honors: National Merit Commended Scholar, AP Scholar Award, Brandeis University Book Award, Academic Dean's List, First Honor Roll, National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Spanish Exam Silver Medal, National Spanish Exam Bronze Medal
Interests & Activities: Classical Ballet, Ursuline Newspaper Features Editor, Ursuline Ambassador (tour guide, event host, panelist), Texas Scottish Rite Hospital Junior Volunteer, The Pilates Barre Front Desk Associate
SAT Scores: 1490 (780 Verbal, 710 Math)
ACT Scores: 35 (36 English, 36 Writing, 32 Math, 35 Science)
AP Exams: 5 AP World History, 5 AP US History, 5 AP English Language and Composition, 4 AP Macroeconomics, 3 AP Calc BC
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Literature
Other Awards: Distinguished Scholar Award, Tulane Honors Program, Dean's List
Other Interests & Activities: At Tulane, I have served as a freshman orientation leader, am a current freshman seminar Peer Mentor, am involved in social Greek life as well as Theta Tau, the professional engineering fraternity. I also work as a Desk Services Coordinator for Housing and Residence Life.