Courtney Holland is the winner of the LHPU Yellow Jersey for the Columbus AFSB (Functional Safety) class. Her hardwork and dedication helped her team to finish the minimum governor project first. She is consistent in her performance, drives from Indy everyday, and is always on time. Even though she is the only undergrad in the class, she is on par with the others. Congratulations Courtney!
Courtney Holland has a diverse engineering background ranging from a patent pending to speaking fluent Japanese. She managed a team of 4 in the development of a golf putt improvement device which is now in the process of being patented. She worked on the script to control an Arduino board and on the clamp which secures the device to the putter.
Courtney recently completed her studies at IUPUI where she earned a BS of Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and a BA in Japanese Language from Indiana University. Her coursework exposed her to tools used by industry professionals; she utilized MATLAB and Simulink in virtually all her labs and took courses related to 3D modeling and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) using Pro/E and CREO at the graduate level. When she’s not working, Courtney enjoys traveling and hiking with her dog, Nala.