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Amanda Stull

Amanda Stull

amanda.stull@duke.edu

Year: Junior

Major: BME

How I've made the most of my Duke experience...

I've definitely made the most of my Duke experience thus far by saying "yes" to every opportunity that has come my way, regardless of whether it has a direct impact on my future. I'm a firm believer in the idea that every experience holds its own, distinct lessons.

Where I see myself after Duke...

After Duke, and possibly a Master's Degree, I hope to be working in the medical device industry, helping to innovate and implement devices and machines that improve the quality of people's lives.

How I like to spend my free time...

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, working out, coming up with business ideas, and catching up on the latest Netflix shows, of course.

My favorite class(es) at Duke...

My three favorite classes at Duke thus far have been EGR 101, BME 244, and Econ 372. EGR 101 provided an engaging introduction to the Pratt curriculum through its hands-on semester-long project, BME 244 was my first introduction to biomedical information, and Econ 372 was interesting due to its easy application to my personal life. 

Resources I love to use at Duke...

I think one of the most underrated, under-recognized resources at Duke, and definitely my favorite, is the student body. A major part of what makes Duke a world-renowned university is undoubtedly the people, and I can truly say that I have learned more than I could have imagined, just from being around such intelligent, forward-thinking students. Duke students are always willing to lend a helping hand and listening ear.

Co-Curricular/Engagement Experiences...

In addition to my coursework, I am a member of the Investment Club and the Society of Women Engineers and participated in Project Edge.