B.S. in Computer Science

University of Kentucky - College of Engineering

(September 2014 - December 2017)

Selected Coursework: Artificial Intelligence (graduate-level), Advanced Computer Architecture, Compilers for Algorithmic Languages, Systems Programming, Numerical Methods, Calculus 3, Calculus 4, Discrete Mathematics, Matrix Algebra, Introduction to Program Design in C++, Abstraction and Problem Solving, Algorithm Design & Analysis.

Also completed approximately 95% of the coursework for Bachelors Degrees in both Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering, as I was a triple-engineering major up until end, but decided to graduate a semester early.

MSTC Program Diploma

Paul Laurence Dunbar High School

(August 2010 - June 2014)

Completed post-doctorate-level research over Junior and Senior years of high school for my magnet program's 360-hour capstone project. I did mine on Infrared Matrix Isolation Spectroscopy at the University of Kentucky under the mentorship and supervision of Dr. Clouthier. With the help and guidance of the two post-doc lab partners I had over the two years, we built a machine that emulates the conditions of deep/outer space (Below 4K) to study the reactive intermediates/molecular fragments generated during the short-lived stages (never existing for more than a few nanoseconds anywhere else on Earth) of molecular reactions in a restricted-access laser lab for the University of Kentucky's Physics and Chemistry Departments.

  • FCPS First Robotics Team
  • National AP Scholar Commended (38 Credit-Hours)
  • Varsity Football Team
  • Varsity Ice Hockey Team
  • Team Kentucky U18 Ice Hockey Team
  • Tenor Saxophone in Concert Band
  • ACT: 32
    • Math: 35
    • Science: 34
    • English: 33
    • Reading: 27