Nicole Moody

Nicole Moody is a third-year Doctoral Degree Candidate in the Department of Chemistry. She currently works to design novel synthesis and fabrication protocols for thin film photovoltaic devices as a Tata-MIT GridEdge Solar Fellow. She is involved with chemistry education and outreach, serving as a workshop developer at the MIT Museum, a teaching assistant in the Office of Minority Education, and an instructor in the MIT Interphase EDGE program. As Director of Employer Relations, Nicole looks forward to connecting her peers with a vast array of opportunities that will allow them to hone their skills and showcase their incredible talents.

Why Did You Decide to Become a Director?

I want to promote opportunities for graduate students, not only as fair attendees, but as volunteers and possibly future directors.
— Nicole Moody

Employer Relation Subcommittee Members:

Evan Cornish '21, Stephanie Hu '20, Angel Huang '21, and Shea Landeene '20.