Emily Grusse

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I am a recent graduate from Northeastern University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a Mathematics minor. I discovered my love for mathematics and science at Glastonbury High School in central Connecticut. Since then my passion for discovery in science and math has continued to develop while at Northeastern University. During my time at Northeastern I participated in 3 varied co-ops. My first co-op was as a mechanical engineering co-op at Eemax, a company that manufacturers electric tankless water heaters in Waterbury, CT. My second co-op was at Hasbro where I was a part of the Marvel team in Pawtucket RI. My final co-op was at Flex in Milpitas CA where I was a program manager. For more information about my responsibilities during these co-ops please explore the RESUME and WORK pages of this site. 

While in school I participated in the Women's Club Volleyball team for two years, I have been a member of SWE, ASME and the NU Pi Tau Sigma chapter as well. I recently took a class that focuses on development of my SolidWorks skills, and I was able to take and pass the CSWA test for certification.

Personally, I enjoy exploring the beautiful city of Boston by riding the extensive MBTA, and trying out new restaurants and coffee shops. I would highly recommend trying a serving of poutine at Saus, a small eatery near the Haymarket stop if you're in the area. I also enjoy watching movies at the local, historic Coolidge Corner Theater, or reading novels in my leisure time. My favorite author is Haruki Murakami, writer of The Wind Up Bird Chronicles and 1Q84