¡Hasta la próxima!

Well friends, I am excited to let you know that I have successfully finished my undergraduate studies at UNM! In a few weeks (well more like 8 or 12) I’ll be receiving my diploma in a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and I am elated. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity […]

Go for it!

Hello again! I know it’s been a long time, but this was a particularly busy semester. It’s funny because I almost felt like I was cheating: I only took 3 classes! I guess at some point I decided to be smart about my semester planning, and I only needed to take 3 classes during my […]

Albuquerque Studios (Best Field Trips Part IV)

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So I successfully completed the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media (IFDM) program (yay!) but I took a bit of an unorthodox route to do so. Being the only CS student in my cohort, I did not get to take the same electives as most of my classmates because my list of requirements focused on Fine […]

An off-the-grid campus (Best Field Trips Part III)

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Our second field trip with the Computational Sustainability class was probably my favorite out of any of the activities I’ve done with a class. This time our class took us to the Santa Fe Community College (SFCC). The SFCC works mostly like a microgrid structure (they generate a fraction of the power they use, but […]

2017 Best field trips II

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The second and third best field trips of 2017 were both thanks to a class I took over the Fall semester. This class was CS 491 – “Art & Ecology: Computational Sustainability.” The class was completely different to what I’ve experienced at UNM and it turned out to be quite exciting. In the end, a classmate […]

To grad school or not to grad school?

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Hello, everyone! And welcome to week 16 of this Fall semester. As final deadlines approach, graduation feels a little too close for comfort. lt’s real! I’m already registered for my final semester as an undergrad at UNM. I only need three more classes! I’m nervous to throw myself out there and to try and start […]

The Student Fight In Brazil

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Here at USP, education is and has always been a hot topic. How can it not be? The university is renowned for its engineering department and history of important research, and is on many lists internationally as the top university in Latin America. But for students and professors here, it is much more personal. As […]