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MICHELLE WARNER

mwarner4@stanford.edu


EDUCATION

Stanford University, Stanford, CA: Expected Graduation June 2013

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

  • Grade Point Average: 3.8/4.0
    • Coursework: Design and Manufacturing (Hands-on machine shop class), Introduction to Design Thinking, Engineering Sketching, Strength of Materials, Fluid Dynamics, Introduction to Computer Programming, Thermodynamics

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering


 

St. Mary’s Academy, Portland, Oregon: Graduated Spring 2009

  • Grade Point Average: 4.0/4.0

 

EXPERIENCE

Sigma Design, Vancouver WA: Summer InternSummer 2012

  • Worked for 13 weeks at this product design and engineering consulting firm on client and internal projects ranging from assembly line tooling to small consumer sportswear goods.
  • Designed parts and assemblies with CAD systems (Solidworks and Co-create) to meet clients’ needs while staying within budget and time constraints.
  • Learned rapid prototyping (FDM printer), assembled mechanical and electrical systems and learned drafting protocol for making prints for fabrication.

Stanford Undergraduate Researcher with the Designing Education Lab: Student Researcher: Summer 2011- Present

  • Created and deployed survey on engineering pathways with Prof Sheri Sheppard to inform engineering education.
  • Worked collaboratively with research team on survey design, implementation and piloting.
  • Co-authored research paper, currently under review for publication.
  • Completed academic research and literature reviews.

Stanford Costume Shop: Student Stitcher: January 2010-Present

  • Assist in the sewing and altering of costumes for the Drama Department’s shows at Stanford
  • Experience with  industrial sewing machines, serger, tailoring, pattern drafting and altering
  • Requires independent thinking and strong work ethic

Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Executive Board: January 2011-Present

  • Organized chapter events including philanthropy events and other programs
  • Lead multiple committees to organize the chapter for membership recruitment
  • Collaborate with executive board to manage daily operations and projects over the long term

St. Mary’s Science Olympiad Team (Portland, OR): Volunteer Coach: October 2011-December 2011                                   

  • Helped team members prepare for competition and develop a love for science and engineering

Catherine Stephenson Couture (Portland, OR): Intern: Summer 2010

  • Learned couture sewing techniques working on customized clothing for clients

Stanford Arts Intensive Program (Stanford, CA): September 2010

  • Explored the Product Design method through group design projects, presentations and field trips to design firms
  • Practiced user-centered design, brainstorming, prototyping

 

SKILLS

Technical: CAD (SolidWorks and Co-create), MatLab, Microsoft Systems (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Java Programming, Adobe Photoshop, basic welding, machining, turning and casting, qualitative data coding (MAXQDA), Sewing and Pattern drafting

 

 

Language: Japanese (1st year college), Spanish (3rd year high school)

 

ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS

Sewing: 2000-Present:

  • Design/sew my own projects independently throughout the year ranging from purses to ball gowns to swim wear
  • Experience designing and creating sportswear, specifically for tennis
  • Courses: Flat Pattern Drafting at Portland Community College (Summer 2010): Learned the basic skills of dart manipulation and flat pattern drafting for industrial clothing construction
  • Stanford Arts Grant Program: Created an outfit by recycling old clothing shown at the Cantor Art Museum

Tennis: 2000-Present

  • 4 year member of high school varsity team, captain in 2009
  • Winner ofMt.Hood conference 6A girls doubles title (2009) and qualified for 6A State tournament (2007 and 2009)

 

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