Gloria (Glory) Prater
Bradenton, FL 34212 Florida State University (FSU) firstname.lastname@example.org
Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL
Bachelor of Science in Chemical/Biomedical Engineering
GPA: 3.0/4.0, Graduated May 4th 2019
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)
EOD Wounded Warrior Scholarships.
Undergraduate Researcher Aug 2017 to May 2019
-Researched various topics on Alzheimer’s and Stroke under Dr. Samuel Grant at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.(NHMFL)
-Intermediate skills with Paravision and Alisa programs for data analysis.
-Small animal handling experience, small laboratory clinic and humane anesthetics.
-Laboratory preparation and maintenance experience with the 500 and 900 Magnets.
-MR techniques applied to the study of neurodegeneration; literature review & critique.
-Laboratory Safety, Biological, Chemical, Electrical, Animal
Assistant, February 2014 to August 2018
Pope and Barloga P.A. Attorneys At Law, Panama City, FL
-Organizational work involving filing of legal documents and customer relations
-Legal clerical work, including duplication, tabulation and electronic communication
-Reclaimed 2 million in missing account financials, Financial Administration for the office.
-Built Medical Device from circuit pieces.
-Tested device on human subjects using proper Positive, Negative, and Ground attributes.
Slashed prices and excellently prepared Naphtha reformer using AspenHYSYS
-Implemented use of swing reactor, and appropriate Thermodynamics.
-Hydrogen stream to clean Platinum Catalyst.
-Built a controllable motor from breadboard basics to demonstrate ability to understand circuit diagrams and implement control of motor speed.
Project Manager for Biomedical Interdisciplinary Senior Design
-Effective communication and delegation amongst team members
-Lead team meetings to correspond with overall goals of Project.
-Applying proper mass transfer for accurate static and moving model of platelet agitation.
-Use of CAD to simulate proper platelet environment.
-Cradle to Death class set up with student driven project selection.
-Constant Teamwork amongst group to persist in end goal.
Aikido 1st Kyu, martial art practice for ten years.
-Aikido is very centered around partnership and teamwork
-Teaching of new students for better technique and cultural practice knowledge.
-Use of Aikido mindset to ensure collected thoughts and emotions.
Intermediate Technical: MatLAB, C++, JMP, Aspen Plus, PolyMATH, Windows, Microsoft Office, Comsol Novice: Java, Python, html
Language: Conversant in Japanese
Basic: Diligent, Creative problem solving, Organization, Excellent Oral and Written Communication, Quick Learner, Reliable.
Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), North Florida Aikikai, Aikido of Panama City, Aikido Schools of Ueshiba (ASU) Honbu Dojo, and FSU Swing Dance Club.
In a brief summary, share those attributes, accomplishments and/or work experiences you possess that makes you an ideal candidate for this career opportunity.
I have project management experience giving me an understanding that things do not always go as planned. Sometimes plan C is the best choice to implement given circumstances. You can plan and schedule as much as you like, but people are people, and are therefore unpredictable. The abilities to adapt, be creative and resourceful are absolutely necessary for a successful engineer, especially one that interacts and relies on the actions of other people.