Juliet Freudman will receive a B.S. in biomedical engineering in June and will pursue a M.S. in material science and engineering. Her interests are in diagnostics, biotechnology, and global health. She has had experience working on a healthcare technical study in South Africa, and working with doctors and engineers in a Motion Analysis laboratory in New York. In addition, Juliet was awarded the Simpson-Querrey Fellowship to work at the Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics, where she has been a co-author of two published articles. She is also the director of Camp Kesem at Northwestern, which organizes summer camp for 220 children whose lives are affected by a parent’s cancer.