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Tayluer Streat Ricchiuti, Biomedical Engineering Phenom is a CSU student success story

As a part of her high school robotics team, she was encouraged to pursue an engineering career. She received her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a concentration in biomedical systems from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

This past spring, Tayluer graduated with her master’s in biomedical engineering from Cleveland State University. She's now pursuing a biomedical engineering Ph.D. at CSU.  

Throughout her educational journey at CSU, Tayluer has competed in the NEOvations bench to bedside with her team claiming second place for their low-cost solution for treating Hyperbilirium in developing countries. This past year, she has served as a regional pre-college initiative chair for the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). This past spring, she was elected as the national pre-college initiative chair for 2022-2023.