Caroline Lockwood is a fifth-year student at UF, pursuing a B.F.A. in Dance and a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering. She plans to graduate in the Spring of 2021. She is currently a Communications Intern at the College of the Arts where she is excited to gain experience in storytelling and strategic communication.
In her independent research, Caroline seeks to find the connections between engineering and dance. Her research project "Sinusoidal", which found ways to represent mathematic concepts through dance, has been published in the UF Journal of Undergraduate Research. Her work "Pink Collar Paradigm" explores and exposes the work of women in STEM fields. Caroline is also involved with the research project under Dr. Boyi Hu investigating the effects of phone usage on walking.
Caroline remains an active member of societies in both of her colleges, including Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engineering Honor Society and Tau Beta Pi Engineering Society as well as recently completing her year-long term as the president of Dance in a Suitcase, the dance department official student organization.
Beginning her dance training at the age of 3, Caroline has always loved the art form. She is so grateful to be able to continue her studies at UF, where she has had the opportunity to perform in many student, faculty, and guest artist works, as well as present her choreography.
In her remaining free time, Caroline loves taking day trips to Disney World.