Meet our Treasurer, Morgan McCullough!
Morgan McCullough is a second bachelor's degree student at CSULB majoring in Chemical Engineering. She joined SWE and the SWE-et Committee during Spring 2020 and is currently the Treasurer for FY21.
Morgan is an undergraduate researcher in the Green Technology Lab and a part of the CSULB BUILD Scholar program. Her current research project focuses on identifying water desalination and wastewater treatment via capacitive deionization (CDI).
In her future career, Morgan aspires to help people and solve environmental problems. She spends her free time in the great outdoors rock climbing and skiing.
Why did you pick your major?
"I chose chemical engineering because I want to apply my chemistry background to solve environmental problems that will help people and the earth."
What is your favorite course?
"My favorite course has been Metabolic Biochemistry."
Why are you in SWE?
"I am in SWE because I want to create meaningful professional relationships with like-minded women and also inspire future generations to become engineers."
Advice for women in STEM:
"My advice for women in STEM is that you belong and not everyone has "everything together" like it may seem on the outside."
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