Franklin Ollivierre III

Franklin Ollivierre III

Franklin is a Civil Engineering major (2026) at Northeastern University. He became involved with the Center for STEM Education following his participation in the Young Scholars Program at Northeastern. During the program, Franklin worked with Dr. Michael Kane in the ABLE Lab, where he optimized multiple battery chemistries to meet the renewable energy demands of remote islands. He then became a Young Scholars Program coordinator in the summers of 2021 and 2022. Franklin was also an UPLIFT scholar and worked with Dr. Jim Chen to explore his unique models for measuring ocean erosion during his first semester. Franklin has always been passionate about the world of transportation and is involved in Club Running, Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), and Black Engineering Student Society (BESS) at Northeastern. Outside of the classroom, Franklin enjoys the outdoors, listening to music, and nature photography.