Student Scholar 2015
Elizabeth Robinson is a junior at Brigham Young University, pursuing a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, along with a minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Currently, she works as a research assistant for Dr. David Long in the Microwave Earth Remote Sensing Laboratory at BYU. Her research pursuits include Antarctic iceberg tracking and the compilation of a comprehensive database of iceberg coordinates dating back to the 1970's. She is the second of six children, has lived in Utah, New Jersey, and Colorado, and is passionate about learning foreign languages. In her spare time, she enjoys sports, family outings, and spending time with her fiance, Brett.
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