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B.S. in Computer Engineering
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Starting with Dr. Goldhar and quantum communication defin
itely set me up for the rest of my interests and research I ...
What I enjoy about ECE is the knowledge that I am getting
from my education. It is a field that delivers the physics ...
This year, as a co-director of Sponsorship for Technica,
I had the rewarding experience of working with driven & ...
I decided to major in Computer Engineering because it com
bined the best of both worlds: computer science and engineer...
ENEE101 reinforced my confidence in knowing that electric
al engineering is the field I should be going into.
I was intrigued by all that the A. James Clark School of
Engineering has to offer. The quality and dedication of the ...
Because of this great scholarship, I no longer had to wor
k 35–50 hours a week to make ends meet.
The financial support I was given was absolutely the diff
erence between me being able to pursue my degree or not.
As my career progresses, I hope to be able to contribute
to scholarship funds so that I can help young students like ...
Equal representation in tech is not just a minority issue
- we need all hands in to help bridge the gap.