Marley Praprost

Marley Praprost is a fourth year student at Case Western Reserve University studying Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and minoring in Environmental Studies. In addition, she is pursuing a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering, with a concentration in Fluid and Thermal Sciences, through Case’s BS/MS program. After she graduates, she plans to develop a career in the renewable energy industry, where she can combine her engineering knowledge with her passion for environmental sustainability.

Marley currently serves as an ENGR 225 teaching assistant with Dr. Abramson and a grader for the Physics Department. She is excited to be a part of the Great Lakes Energy Institute and to gain exposure to the energy field as a ThinkEnergy Fellow. Outside the classroom, Marley is a member of Case’s Varsity Soccer Team, a frequent flannel-wearer, and a devoted hedgehog owner. 

 

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 After ThinkEnergy, Marley completed her M.S. in Mechanical Engineering under Dr. Abramson, during which she developed and simulated building energy models of Olin and MSASS. She now lives in Denver, Colorado and works at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory as a Commercial Buildings Research Engineer.

(See her bio here: https://www.nrel.gov/research/marley-praprost.html ).

She loves being able to apply the knowledge and skills she gained as a grad student and ThinkEnergy Fellow at one of the nation's leading facilities for energy research and innovation. In her free time, she enjoys skiing in the Rockies and is on a mission to hike all 58 of Colorado's 14ers.