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Briahnah Streeter is a second-year bioengineering Ph.D. student in Fischell Institute Director Bill Bentley's Biomolecular and Metabolic Engineering Laboratory. She earned her bachelor's degree in engineering science with a minor in engineering management from Vanderbilt University in 2022.
At the A. James Clark School of Engineering, we are fortunate to be members of a community filled with conscientious and inventive problem solvers dedicated to improving society. We know that our engineering field—and our world—benefits from a supportive environment, and the inclusive collaboration it fosters.
From Pulitzer Prize-winning Poetry to Renowned Modern Dance, Faculty Experts Share Their Picks
CIVICUS Renamed in Shift Under Scholars’ Umbrella
Employees Across Campus Receive New Terrapin Innovation and MVP Impact Awards
The Mystical and Mundane Meet in Story Inspired by Author’s Eastern European Family Matriarchs
Female Students, Staff Share Notes to Boost Each Other’s Spirits
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences’ Department of African American Studies has changed its name to the Department of African American and Africana Studies (AAAS) in recognition of its broadened mission.
The University of Maryland Libraries was named a recipient of the Library Excellence in Access and Diversity (LEAD) Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine, honoring academic libraries that encourage and support diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in areas including research, technology, accessibility, exhibitions and community outreach.