Kristin M. Warren


Designing engineering processes that improve living standards is my ambition. This desire began in attending the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS) in Columbus, MS my junior year of high school. MSMS, is a public co-ed residential high school for talented juniors and seniors on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women. Based on my academic achievements, career interests, and potential, I was selected as a Gates Millennium Scholar.

I attended Kettering University for my undergraduate studies in mechanical engineering with a specialty in bioengineering. I also minored in business. Kettering allowed me the opportunity to gain both industrial and leadership experience. Through their cooperative education program, I worked at General Motors in Milford, MI and Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis. Upon graduation, I was selected to be the undergraduate student speaker, one of the highlights of my undergraduate career.

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Kristin M. Warren
Memphis, TN
Mechanical Engineering, bioengineering specialty
Music, dancing, basketball, biking, running, and traveling

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Currently, I am a graduate research assistant in Mechanical Engineering  at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. I have the privilege of being co-advised by Dr. Philip R. LeDuc and Dr. C. Fred Higgs III.  My research applies engineering principles to microalgal systems for efficient processing. More information on my microalgal research can be found here.