Caroline Cullinan

Caroline Cullinan

Master student of MSc Engineering and Policy Analysis

Delft University of Technology

With a technical undergraduate background in wood science, I have acquired skills in statistical analysis, computer-based mathematical tools, modelling for decision support, and management within the context of advanced manufacturing operations.

Now, as a first-year Masters student of Engineering and Policy Analysis in the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at Delft University of Technology, I am combining different elements of my technical skill set with my personal interests in social issues.

Currently, I am exploring the relationship between single-mother households and instances of sex crimes in U.S. cities. In doing so, I hope to gain insight into the roles that strong female figures may have played in forming the attitudes of growing children towards women and their worth in society.


  • Data Science and Visualisation
  • Community Resilience
  • Community-Driven Development
  • Planning Resilient Infrastructures
  • Risk-Preparedness Technologies
  • Housing
  • Inequality & Discrimination
  • Feminism
  • LGBTQ+ Issues


  • MSc in Engineering and Policy Analysis, 2021

    Delft University of Technology

  • Bachelor of Science in Wood Products Processing, 2019

    University of British Columbia