Greg Ross is a fourth-year undergraduate double majoring in Chemical Engineering and Plan II Honors. He works with Philip White and Joshua Rhodes in researching patterns of spatial and temporal electricity consumption across Texas. Greg is interested in either attending graduate school or working as a professional engineer, and ultimately hopes to create energy policy to accelerate global decarbonization.
Greg spent a semester studying energy policy in Washington D.C. where he worked for the Energy & National Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Greg focused on President Trump’s energy agenda and Southeast Asian energy developments. Greg has also worked for BP as a process engineer for the Mad Dog 2 offshore project and for GE Aviation as an environment, health, and safety intern. Greg is also an unofficial cultural ambassador for the city of Houston, and will enthusiastically welcome you what he considers, the Greatest City in the World.
At the University of Texas, Greg is the Chairman of the Texas Blazers, a service and social organization. Greg was also elected as a Student Government representative for the Cockrell School of Engineering and won the 2015 Mr. Plan II pageant show.
From Houston, TX
B.S. Chemical Engineering
B.A. Plan II Honors
Bill Archer Fellow
Ernest J. Cockrell Scholar