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Individuals selected as PES Scholars are high-achieving undergraduate students in electrical engineering programs who have committed to exploring the power and energy engineering field through both coursework and career experiences.
Mary Ellen Martinsen
Washington State University

Who am I?

I am a junior at Washington State University pursing a bachelor's in Electrical Engineering with a focus in Power Systems. I enjoy being involved and growing my skills. Currently, I am the WSU IEEE Chapter Chair, the WSU Societ...

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Megan Culler
Texas A&M University

Who am I?

I am a senior Electrical Engineering major with a concentration in power, and minors in Cybersecurity and Computer Engineering. I am most interested in cyber-physical security for critical infrastructure, distributed generation, s...
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Ziyi (Carrie) Ma
University of Toronto

Who am I?

I am an Electrical and Computer Engineer student graduating in May 2020 from the University of Toronto. My passion resides in the power industry so I will graduate with a specialization in energy and control systems.

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Meet Our PES Scholars
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Kettering University
University of Kentucky
Georgia Institute of Technology
Colorado School of Mines
University of Missouri
University of Alabama