Katherine Axel is currently an undergraduate at Dartmouth College where she is on the pre-med track, but considering a major in biology modified with sociology and a human centered design minor. She joined the lab as a Women in Science Program (WISP) intern her freshman year, where she created a systems model of the RWJF Culture of Health prize winning communities, in hopes to aid technologists in better understanding community needs and populations in order to design and implement more effective technology.
Katherine presented her WISP work at the IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) in Kansas City in September 2018.
- K. Axel and I. S. Khayal, “Modeling ’Thriving Communities’ using a Systems Architecture to Improve Smart Cities Technology Approaches,” in Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2). Kansas City, MO: IEEE, September 2018
- Current: B.A. Expected 2021, Dartmouth College