Lauren Van Dyke
Ms. Van Dyke has a robust background in environmental studies and engineering. Her previous experience includes work as a mechanical engineering and computer programming intern at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she was a contributor to the development of ARTEMIS, new motion simulation software for the Mars Exploration Rovers. She has coauthored several papers on Martian terramechanics simulation and has experience as an environmental engineering intern at Foth Infrastructure and Environment in Green Bay, WI.
Ms. Van Dyke graduated with college honors from Washington University in St. Louis as part of the Pathfinder Program in Environmental Sustainability and holds a bachelor’s degree in geophysics, with a minor in environmental engineering.