Featured Queer Engineers
This campaign recognizes and honors individuals that have made significant contributions to their STEM field OR the advancement of marginalized and/or underrepresented identities in STEM.
Cameron Kim, Ph.D.
Dr. Kim is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University. He is also the Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies within the BME department. Learn more about Dr. Kim's exceptional work as a teaching-track faculty member and beyond by viewing his full profile and interview HERE.
Jason Chang Marvin, Ph.D.
Dr. Chang Marvin is a Biomedical Engineer who is currently a Dean's Postdoctoral Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Learn more about Dr. Chang Marvin's exceptional work as a researcher, mentor, and more HERE.
Rachel Tenney, Ph.D.(c)
Rachel Tenney is a Ph.D. candidate in Environmental Engineering at the University of Minnesota. She runs the group "Queer Science" in addition to conducting research on wastewater treatment applications. Learn more about Tenney's exceptional work as an engineering researcher, activist, and more HERE.
Brian Murphy, Ph.D.(c)
Brian Murphy is a Ph.D. candidate in Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh. Murphy was selected as both an Astronaut Scholar and Out Astronaut in 2021. Learn more about Murphy's exceptional work as an astronomy researcher, astronaut-in-training, and more HERE.