News

Fall 2019

Spring 2019

Fall 2018

Spring 2018

Fall 2017

  • Started as a Fulbright Research Scholar at EPFL, under Prof. Dr. Mark Pauly

summer 2017

  • Serving as a Team Leader for the Student Volunteer program at SIGGRAPH 2017 in Los Angeles, CA

SPRING 2017

Fall 2016

  • Serving as a teaching assistant for CS76: Artificial Intelligence, taught by Prof. Devin Balkcom

  • Serving as a grader for CS31: Algorithms, taught by Prof. Tom Cormen

  • 9/16 - 9/18 - Participated in SeaVR Hackathon with my awesome team, Space Jelly! We worked with Unity and the HTC Vive to create a "controlled-chaos" space game, where you must complete a series of tasks to prevent your spaceship from crashing into the sun.

Summer 2016

Spring 2016

  • Named to the Second Honors List, which recognizes students whose GPA is in the top 15% of the College

  • Awarded two citations for academic excellence, from Prof. Tom Cormen (CS31: Algorithms) and Prof. Emily Whiting (CS89: Computational Fabrication)

  • 5/3 - Awarded the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship

  • 3/31 - Received an Honorable Mention for the Barry Goldwater Scholarship

  • Promoted to Lead Developer, Student Staff at the DALI Lab

Winter 2016

  • Selected as a 2016-2017 Tour Guide Trainer for Dartmouth Admissions

Fall 2015

  • 11/19 - Awarded the Francis L. Town Scientific Prize for the Computer Science Department

  • 10/14 -10/16 - Attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Technology in Houston, TX

  • 10/3 - 10/4 - Participated in the second annual HackDartmouth event. My team worked with the Kinect to create a fun, intuitive program through which you could interact with protein molecules -- in particular, protein folding

  • 9/1 - Joined the Visual Computing Lab, under the supervision of Prof. Emily Whiting. Supported by the James O. Freedman Presidential Scholarship

  • Named as a Unicorn (Developer, Designer, and Project Manager) and a team Mentor at the Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation (DALI) Lab

  • Served as a teaching assistant for CS1: Introduction to Programming, taught by Prof. Hany Farid

Summer 2015

  • Served as a teaching assistant for CS24: Computer Animation, taught by Prof. Patricia Hannaway

Spring 2015

  • Named to the Second Honors List, which recognizes students whose GPA is in the top 15% of the College

  • Awarded two citations for academic excellence, from Prof. James Mahoney (CS27: Projects in Digital Art) and Prof. Emily Whiting (CS77: Computer Graphics)

  • Named a Neukom Scholar for my work in the DALI Lab.

  • Served as a teaching assistant for CS1: Introduction to Programming, taught by Prof. Devin Balkcom. This course is taught in Python.

Winter 2015

  • Awarded a citation for academic excellence, from Prof. Lorie Loeb (CS22: 3D Digital Modeling)

  • Served as a teaching assistant for CS10: Problem Solving via Object Oriented Programming, taught by Travis Peters. This course is taught in Java

  • Selected as a 2015-2016 Tour Guide Trainer for Dartmouth Admissions

Fall 2014

  • Awarded two citations for academic excellence, from Prof. James Mahoney (CS29: Foundations of Digital Design) and Prof. Scot Drysdale (CS10: Problem Solving via Object Oriented Programming)

  • Served as a teaching assistant for CS1: Introduction to Programming, taught by Prof. Hany Farid. This course is taught in Python

Summer 2014

  • Worked full time in the Dartmouth Office of Undergraduate Admissions as a Reception Area Assistant and a Tour Guide

  • 6/17 - Joined the Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation (DALI) Lab as a Developer

Spring 2014

  • Named to the Third Honors List, which recognizes students whose GPA is in the top 35% of the College

  • Selected as an Undergraduate Advisor (UGA) for Dartmouth College

  • Selected and trained as a Tour Guide for Dartmouth College

  • 5/28 - Presented my WISP project, "Visualizing influenza vaccine data with hierarchical clustering," at the Karen E. Wetterhahn Science Symposium in the Life Sciences Center at Dartmouth College

Winter 2014

  • Began as a research intern for Prof. Christopher Bailey-Kellogg, funded by the Women in Science Program (WISP)