Amy Vogel is a sophomore at MIT studying Civil and Environmental Engineering. She is interning at Terreform in January, during MIT’s 4-week Independent Activity Period through the Externship Program, a program that matches students with alumni mentors at workplaces anywhere in the world. Amy will be launching the energy volume of the New York City (Steady) State project, which will examine NYC’s potential to be self-sufficient in energy.
Amy’s research interests include urban design, sustainability, and transportation systems. She is excited to learn about and work on Terreform’s unique strategies in modern urban design.
Read about Amy's first few weeks at Terreform here.