MIT Department: Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Faculty Mentor: Prof. Arlene Fiore
Research Supervisor: Qindan Zhu
Undergraduate Institution: Howard University
Hometown: Portmore, Jamaica
Angelica Stewart is a junior, a computer science major, physics minor at Howard University. She is currently working to develop a new metric to quantify the cumulative impacts of air pollution at levels below the NAAQS. Angelica interned at NASA as a member of the SaSa program, where her research focused on Monitoring the Recovery and Relapse of Column Ozone from 2005 – 2022. Angelica is also an undergraduate researcher at @fterlab, an applied fluid mechanics research laboratory. In the future, she aims to continue using computer science to tackle the climate crisis. She is also the Vice President of the Society of Women Engineers and the founder of The College Connect International, an organization with a vision of increasing opportunities for socioeconomic growth through education in developing countries.