Student of the Month: Elizabeth Stewart

February 2012 By

The Engineering Student of the Month for February 2012 is Elizabeth Stewart.

Elizabeth is an excellent example of a student that has a passion for engineering, but also has a wide range of interests outside of her chosen field. In addition to her outstanding accomplishments in the classroom, Elizabeth is also an active leader in student organizations. She currently serves as the student director for the School of Engineering Ambassador program and also serves as the Public Relations officer for the Engineering Student Body.

Name: Elizabeth Stewart

Hometown: Duluth, Georgia

Area of Study: Geological Engineering (Major) and Italian (Minor)

Classification: Senior

Favorite Hobby: Doing musicals at Panola Playhouse in Sardis - last spring I was honored to have the lead in "Hairspray" and more recently the female lead in "Little Shop of Horrors".

Why did you choose engineering?

I chose Engineering because I wanted a major that would challenge me and give me a wide range of opportunities when I graduate. I chose Geological Engineering specifically because I love being outdoors. I wanted a major that would take me outside the office and give me opportunities all over the world.

What do you plan to do when you graduate from Ole Miss?

When I graduate, I would like to find a job that will allow me to travel, and possibly live, all over the world. My first choice would be to live in Italy since I have a minor in Italian language and Italy is one of my favorite places in the world. I am open to any type of Geological Engineering job and am looking forward to wherever and whatever direction this major takes me!