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Jerry Phuc Ngo’23 worked on several research projects at MIT.

Multiple Research Projects with Faculty Fuel Passions

With dual majors in computer science and mathematics, Jerry Phuc Ngo’23 has found Beloit College a nurturing environment for his interest in artificial intelligence. 

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Swaroop Poudel’22 on the Highline in New York City

Understanding Decision-Making

Aided by his studies of psychology, business economics, and computer science, Swaroop Poudel’22 conducts research to understand the underpinnings of decision-making. His goal is to promote both fair and socially beneficial decisions at an organizational level and healthier choices and pro-social behavior at an individual level.

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Thai Nam Hoang’23 on the Beloit College Campus in Autumn

Finding a Landing Place from which to Launch a Career in Computer Vision

At Beloit College, Thai Nam Hoang’23 found the landing place that would enable him to get the conceptual knowledge, skills, and practical experience he’ll need to pursue a career in computer vision.

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Ha Truong’21 with the Chicago Skyline as Backdrop

Passionate about Literature, Enthralled with Computer Science

Passionate about English literature and enthralled with computer science, Ha Truong’21 will join Meta as a software engineer after her graduation in December.

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Christiane Umutoni’22

Acquiring and Applying Knowledge and Skills to Determine a Career Pathway

Christiane Umutoni’22 has participated in three summer internships and an international applied education program to develop career-readiness skills and determine the work she loves best.

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Using data mining techniques for predicting and clustering of Chronic Kidney Disease

As a Pakula Biomedical Scholar, Mathematics and Computer Science major, Mahima Sharma ’21 worked with Professor Eyad Haj Said to apply data mining techniques to predict Chronic Kidney Disease.

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Anthony Wendel

Using Machine Learning to Predict Locations of Springs in Wisconsin

Anthony Wendel’20 combined his interests in computer science and geology to predict locations of springs in Wisconsin.

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