Krishna Bharathala, M&T’18

Krishna Bharathala, M&T’18 Hometown: Fremont, CA Engineering Major: Computer Science, BSE, MSE Wharton Concentration: Management (Entrepreneurship and Innovation), Statistics Minor: Mathematics WHY M&T? Despite coming from a technical high school in the Silicon Valley, I knew I didn’t want to become an engineer working for a large software company. Instead,Read More

Hana Yen, M&T ’19

Hana Yen, M&T ’19 Hometown: Potomac, MD Engineering Major: Digital Media Design Computer Science Wharton Concentration: Finance and Marketing and Operations Information & Decisions Minor: Mathematics WHY M&T? Quite honestly, I wasn’t too sure what I wanted to major in coming out of high school much less what I wantedRead More

Manjari Ganti, M&T ’18

Manjari Ganti, M&T ’18 Hometown: Acton, MA Engineering Major: Bioengineering Wharton Concentration: Operations Information & Decisions WHY M&T? When looking at colleges, I wanted a program that offered a holistic view of companies and industries.  An engineering education teaches the ability to think critically, analyze situations, and problem solve, essentialRead More

Reed Ginsberg, M&T ’18

Reed Ginsberg, M&T ’18 Hometown: Jericho, NY Engineering Major: Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics Wharton Concentration: Management Minor: Mathematics WHY M&T For as long as I can remember I wanted to be an engineer. As I grew older, I would create little inventions and try to get friends and familyRead More

Jenna Barton, M&T ’19

Jenna Barton, M&T ’19 Hometown: Bernardsville, New Jersey Engineering Major: Computer Engineering Wharton Concentration: Finance and Entrepreneurship WHY M&T Ever since I was in grade school I was determined to be an engineer, but as I got older I found I was fascinated with more than just designing the product.Read More

Kristen Ho, M&T ’19

Kristen Ho, M&T ’19 Hometown: Burnaby, BC, Canada Engineering Major: Bioengineering Wharton Concentration: Undecided Minor: Mathematics WHY M&T? Growing up, I knew I wanted to pursue a STEM major. I knew technology drives growth, but to understand and capitalize on that opportunity, I also needed a business education. Although IRead More

Natasha Narang, M&T ’18

Natasha Narang, M&T ’18 Hometown: Bayside, NY Engineering Major: Computer Science Wharton Concentration: Business Analytics & Management Minor: Mathematics WHY M&T? When I was deciding on where to apply during my senior year of high school, I had just discovered computer science. I knew I was interested in entrepreneurship, butRead More

Sam Burns, M&T ’18

Sam Burns, M&T ’18 Hometown: Naples, FL Engineering Major: Materials Science and Engineering Wharton Concentration: Operations and Information Management Minor: Mathematics WHY M&T At the end of high school, I became extremely interested in entrepreneurship and technology transfer. While many institutions offer remarkable engineering and technical programs, they often lackedRead More

Connor Sendel, M&T ’19

Connor Sendel, M&T ’19 Hometown: Denver, CO Engineering Major: Mechanical Engineering Wharton Concentration: Some combination of operations, entrepreneurship, and management. Considering a custom concentration. WHY M&T? I always knew I wanted to study engineering, but in the end, I choose M&T because of my interest in entrepreneurship. I felt thatRead More

Neha Narain, M&T ’19

Neha Narain, M&T ’19 Hometown: Dubai, UAE Engineering Major: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Wharton Concentration: Management WHY M&T In high school, I was extremely interested in both economics and the sciences, particularly chemistry and physics. I became increasingly interested in the renewable energy industry. I soon saw that business strategyRead More