Princeton Consultants Welcomes Piper Stevens as an Associate

September 7, 2022

Piper joins us from Tulane, where she earned her BS in Chemical Engineering, minoring in Mathematics and Biochemistry. A Stamps Scholar, Piper earned the AIChE Senior Scholarship Award, the Chevron Undergraduate Award, and the Student Practice Award; she was a leader of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society and a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society and the American Institute of Chemists. Piper's work to quantify contamination levels in recycled glass sand products allowed for the launch of a project to use recycled sand for coastal reparations that received a $700,000 NSF grant. For the Hendricks Lab at McGill University, Piper developed code to analyze motor protein movement in augmented neuron cells. For the Butterfield Lab at the University of Utah, Piper researched air sensors and developed a dynamic air pollution map. Piper was an R&D intern at Dominion Energy, where she created a web tool for engineers to streamline natural gas tank capacity calculations, and she developed a plan to reduced delay times and reduce expenses for water contamination testing. She was a TA and, as a Digital Research Intern, developed digital projects for Tulane faculty such as database management, software development, and web design. For four years, Piper was a DJ on Tulane’s community-run radio station, playing alternative, ambient and experimental music. She taught free swim lessons through Swim4Success, which serves economically disadvantaged families. Piper is a Salt Lake City native. She enjoys baking, skiing, and photography.