house on fire in the dark

FSRI Welcomes Summer 2019 Interns

June 13, 2019

Meet our new Summer Interns!

Grayson Bellamy in shirt and tie

Grayson Bellamy

Grayson is a student at the University of Georgia working towards a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. At the University of Georgia, Grayson works as a mechanical engineer at the Small Satellite Research Lab focusing on the structural design of the MOCI satellite and conducting finite element analysis to facilitate structural dynamic testing. He has additionally worked at Telgian, Inc. where he was an intern conducting a water supply analysis study to aid in the application of appropriate safety factors to sprinkler system design.

Bryan G

Bryan Giudice

Bryan is currently a senior in the Fire Protection Engineering program at the University of Maryland where he intends on graduating in December. During his studies he has worked with the Smithsonian on performance based design through computer fire modeling. In addition, while attending school he served as the proctor of the live in program of the College Park Volunteer Fire Department in Prince George's County Maryland where he currently serves as a Lieutenant.

Thomas Good in front of fire truck


Thomas Good

Thomas is a senior Fire Protection Engineering major at the University of Maryland. He is a Banneker Key Scholar and a member of Team OPTIC. Team OPTIC is a research team apart of the Honors College and Gemstone Program working toward improving the safety and efficiency of scuba diving communication through the use of underwater optical wireless communication. Outside of school, Thomas is a Live-In Volunteer Firefighter and EMT with the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department located in Rockville, Maryland.

Bekah Schrader standing in a field

Bekah Schrader

Bekah is a rising sophomore at the University of Maryland, pursuing a bachelor's degree in Fire Protection Engineering along with a minor in Global Engineering Leadership. She is a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers and is a Clark School Ambassador. In high school, Bekah participated in several project-based leadership programs. More specifically, she analyzed ways to increase call volume efficiency within her local fire department. Furthermore, Bekah is currently certified as a Blue Card Incident Commander.