Celín is an incredible person and is representative of the kind of balanced experience that we hope all Scarlet Knights can find during their time on the Banks. She is a participant in the Aresty Research Program, the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program, and the McNair Program. She has recently been selected as a Brooke Owens Fellow, interning with NASA this summer. What is more impressive than her resume, however, is Celín’s attitude toward learning. Creating a FIGS course can be very challenging and frustrating for students, but she was relentless in creating the strongest course possible. Her final project wowed both her instructor and her classmates with its creativity, style, and thoughtfulness. She was receptive to feedback, engaged in learning about effective teaching, open about her experience, and a pleasure to work with throughout her entire journey. She will be featured in an upcoming senior spotlight article for Rutgers Today.