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Devon Rule

Devon Rule

Chemical Engineering Student at Rice University


Baker Hughes

Field Engineeering Intern

• Inspected, redressed, and tested over 300 individual thru-tubing and fishing tools for use in South Texas shale gas fracking workover operations.
• Reviewed component failures to develop and fabricate thru-tubing tool improvements. Involved in the redesign of a thru-tubing motor drive shaft to increase the reliability of Baker Hughes’ worldwide wellbore interventions.
• Coordinated day to day operations for South Texas thru-tubing completions. Billed 5 major customers for over $1 million in rendered products and services.
• Conducted weekly warehouse safety inspections of equipment valued at over $10 million.

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James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy -- Rice University

Science and Technology Policy Intern

• Worked with Drs. Neal Lane and Kirstin Matthews in conducting science and technology policy research for publication in major journals. Acknowledged in: Kirstin R. W. Matthews et al., “The Aging of Biomedical Research in the United States,” PLoS ONE 6, no. 12 (December 28, 2011): e29738.
• Focused on researching and writing a publication concerning the current state of biomedical research in the U.S. and international citation trends. In process of submitting resultant manuscript to major science and policy journals.


National Science Foundation

Legislative and Public Affairs Intern

• Wrote 10 speeches for NSF Director Dr. Subra Suresh and Deputy Director Dr. Cora Marrett to be delivered at varied conferences and ceremonies.
• Wrote 2 major memorandums to Congress that helped shape polar and political science research policies in the U.S. Work published in White House report: Arctic Research Plan FY 2013- 2017.
• Audited all statues and titles of US Code and the 2012 Appropriations Bill relevant to NSF activities. Translated this legislative analysis into a complete calendar for internal use of NSF’s obligations to Congress.
• Conducted strategic analysis to produce a set of targeted materials for all 79 freshmen Members of the 113th Congress detailing how NSF impacts issues important to their constituents like health, education, and defense.

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Rice University

Bachelor of Science (BS), Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering