Sarah Camba

Sarah Camba is an undergraduate at Texas A&M University studying Nuclear Engineering and pursuing a certificate in Engineering Project Management. Through her academic career she has been in involved in undergraduate research, with projects ranging from nuclear security to plant operations & engineering training. Sarah is a student assistant at the Nuclear Power Institute, contributing to their K-12 outreach programs and International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Management Schools. Her academic interests include Regulatory Affairs, Fuel Management, and Project Management. For the past three summers she has interned at Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant in Glen Rose, Texas working in the Mechanical Plant Reliability and Reactor Engineering groups.

In addition to her academic work, she has been very involved in student organizations on campus. Past positions held include High School Newsletter Committee for the TAMU Society of Women Engineers chapter, Treasurer and Vice President of TAMU Women in Nuclear chapter and Co-Chair for the 2015 American Nuclear Society Student Conference. Outside of academic activities she enjoys travel, cooking, and reading.