The sky’s the limit for Cristina Berenguer Llongueras ’23—literally.
Llongueras was accepted into the master’s program at Georgia Tech’s Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering. Afterwards, she plans to enter the aerospace industry, focusing on the development and testing of aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missiles.
“I’d love to work on flight mechanics and controls or structural mechanics and materials,” said the physics major, who is from Barcelona, Spain. “Getting into Georgia Tech for my graduate education is a dream come true. It is one of the oldest and largest aerospace programs and is ranked number three in the country. I am also excited because it has a very large community of international students.”
She discovered her passion for aerospace engineering at Randolph and credits the support of her professors for helping her along the way.
“I had a lot of one-on-one experiences and research opportunities that let me engage in hands-on learning and gain a deep understanding of physics concepts.”
Llongueras also found community behind the Red Brick Wall. She was a member of the Society of Physics Students and the College’s SUPER program, vice president of the Randolph Programming Board and Omicron Delta Kappa, a Gold Key Guide, captain of the women’s lacrosse team, and a tutor in math, physics, and Spanish.
“My time at Randolph has been an awesome and unforgettable experience,” she said.Tags: Class of 2023, Commencement 2023, outcomes, physics