Nathan Ewell

Nathan is a fourth-year chemical engineering student from Michigan with a coursework focus on electrochemical energy storage. His primary interest is exploring how we can support the implementation of new energy technologies with economic policy. After graduation, Nathan intends to pursue a PhD in chemical engineering, exploring the interface of materials and energy storage. This goal is motivated by several research experiences including the development of electrochemical biosensors to diagnose diseases in a laboratory at CWRU and the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) that focused on advanced materials at Princeton University and MIT. Outside of class, Nathan is a teaching assistant and is actively involved in Design for America and Sigma Nu Fraternity. He also enjoys video games, traveling, playing music, and spending time with his dogs.