Callie Weber graduated magna cum laude from Santa Clara University with her bachelor’s degree in bioengineering and a minor in chemistry. For her Engineering Senior Capstone Project, she partnered with two other women in bioengineering to design a frugal microfluidic sensor to detect E. coli concentrations in donated human breast milk to ensure safe distribution in rural breast milk banks. The team successfully developed this product from ideation to prototype and received a grant to fund travel to Mumbai, India for exploratory field testing at Sion Hospital. Additionally, she interned in the bioengineering department at Santa Clara University to continue development of an electrochemical lab-on-chip device that strives to detect arsenic concentrations in water. Callie served as Outreach Officer for the Society of Women Engineers and organized quarterly outreach events to involve local high school girls in STEM during her undergraduate studies.