Following the tradition I started last year, I’m making a quick “year in review” blog post. At this point year in review posts are cliché, however, I want to continue the tradition because reflection helps me move forward with a focused vision on what is important. I’m going to chunk this into semesters because that is how my college brain thinks right now.
During the spring semester, I was on CO-OP at RIT doing research.
Data fest is a hackathon for undergraduate students to tackle a problem using a complex dataset. I helped my team develope a neural network that predicts fatigue and performance for women’s rugby players.
At imagine RIT I presented my musical floppy drive project with RITlug.
During the summer semester, I continued my research CO-OP out in Rome NY.
During the summer I picked back up my long lost photography hobby.
Near the end of the summer I presented a part of my research at the RIT Undergraduate research symposium.
During the fall semester I was a busy bee:
This year as RITlug’s president, I organized our presence at the Rochester Maker faire.
Mr. Robot Season 4
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
I’m not a huge fan of selfies, but, I liked this photo enough to put it on Linkedin profile.