Major: Biomedical Engineering
Elizabeth Grivetti is a senior from Lombard, IL pursuing a degree in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Biotechnology.
Outside of her involvement in Mortar Board, Elizabeth serves as the Vice President of Finance for the Purdue Student Engineering Foundation (PSEF), promoting outreach to prospective engineering students through tours and events. She is a College of Engineering Ambassador, undergraduate researcher, and a member of Purdue Bands, playing the flute in pep bands and indoor ensembles. Elizabeth is also a sports reporter for the Purdue Exponent, where she attends sporting events and interviews Purdue athletes. She is a member of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Society of Women Engineers, and Alpha Lambda Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. As an underclassman, Elizabeth was involved with the Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) program, Women in Engineering Program, and Purdue Civic Engagement and Leadership Department.
After graduation, Elizabeth will be pursuing a Professional Master’s in Biomedical Engineering through Purdue’s Fifth Year Graduate Program. She hopes to pursue a career in industry, focusing on medical device development.