Lexie Adams (she/her) is a third-year Ph.D. student in Chemical Engineering. As part of the Soh Lab in Electrical Engineering, her research focuses on the discovery and development of novel biosensors for applications in patient point-of-care. She graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and minor in Spanish Linguistics and is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. She has been heavily involved in the development of curricula for introductory Spanish courses for children as well as skill development for Miami’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders.
Lexie is passionate about providing students with resources to succeed in academics and life. As the first in her family to pursue a STEM degree, she understands the nuances of not only adapting to life at college but taking on large challenges. She wants to provide other students with the advice and resources that helped her succeed. She believes that everyone is capable of success with just the right guidance and help.
With this passion to help her peers thrive at Stanford and beyond, she chose to become a Peer Learning Consultant. She hopes to continue creating spaces, sharing resources, and encouraging all students to pursue their dreams and reach their goals.