Emily Dickens

Emily is a fourth-year student majoring in Chemical Engineering while minoring in Spanish.  She is pursuing her masters in management and engineering through CWRU’s MEM program. While always interested in clean energy, Emily was originally introduced into energy storage by working in Dr. Savinell and Dr. Wainright’s lab on flow batteries. She then spent the Summer of 2017 in Fribourg Switzerland, researching cathode materials for Lithium Sulfur batteries.  She aspires to combine her love for travel and energy storage in her future career. Outside of the classroom, Emily is a member of Case’s Varsity soccer team, a brother of the Theta Tau professional engineering fraternity, a member of Phi Mu sorority, and a member of the Student Turning Point Society.