Myisha is an undergraduate student at the Tufts School of Arts, Sciences and Engineering studying Civil Engineering and Quantitative Economics. She expects to complete her studies in May 2021. Since 2018 she has worked at the Applied Economics Clinic, formerly as a communications assistant and now as a research assistant, focusing on intersections of equity, environment and energy. In addition, Myisha is a section editor for the Tufts Observer and an executive board members for the student-run think tank SYNS organized through Tisch College.
Current Studies and Future Goals
When asked what she found most meaningful about her field of study, Myisha responded with the following: "I decided to study Civil Engineering because of the emphasis on humans — or civilians. I aspire to build cities with sustainability in mind—both environmental and social sustainability—and promote social justice through ethical engineering practices. By combining this with my Quantitative Economics background, I hope to achieve a strong technical background that can supplement a traditional social science field."
Favorite Food: Thai Food
Favorite Place You've Visited: Iceland
Favorite Course(s) Taken at Tufts: UEP 284- Developing Sustainable Communities