OSC Graduate Featured in NSF Video

    Date Posted: 
    Tuesday, April 2, 2019

    Carmiña Londoño, (OSC MS 1982) an optical engineer and Deputy Division Director at the National Science Foundation, provides a unique look in this video at her life as an immigrant and how STEM continues to provide exciting her opportunities. The video was produced by NSF as an outreach tool, encouraging young people (especially girls) to consider engineering as a future career.

    Carmiña received a B.S. in physics at the University of Lowell and an M.S. degree at the Optical Sciences Center at the University of Arizona in 1982. Her advisor was Emeritus Prof. Robert Shannon. She later earned her Ph.D. in electro-optics at Tufts University.

    You may also read more about Carmina in the College’s Etendue Column.