May 24 / Engineering

I wanted to share what my role is as a Machine Learning intern at HP Inc. for those of you who don’t know or maybe don’t understand what machine learning is.
The fun explanation is that I am working in …

Read the PostWhat I do in a Tech Company

May 20 / Diversity

I was recently reading this article and was reminded about why representation is so important culturally. I think sometimes living in a dominant culture that tries to forget its racist tendencies and racial biases you can loose the benefit of …

Read the PostResearch matters for People of Color

May 18 / Engineering

My name is Camille and I aspire to…

I am beginning a new journey as a Machine Learning intern at HP Labs. I am very excited and everyone is excited for me. And all I can think about is how …

Read the PostMoving Forward in Innovation

February 28 / Boise State

I became a part of a competition that is much bigger than me. Here is what you might usually expect to find in a student competition, I am going to try to launch a business, I am working with a …

Read the Post1 Pitch…1 Million Dollars

February 27 / Boise State

How do you lead a student team with no experience in virtual reality to start doing the work in a field that hasn’t been fully explored?

I think this a great opportunity and unique challenge. There is a balance between …

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February 12 / Boise State

Tonight I had the privilege of lending my voice to the diversity conversation on a local level. I was joined by two of my best friends who run diversity programs at Boise State as well. Being student leaders on campus …

Read the PostCelebrating the diversity we have

December 31 / Leadership
October 10 / Leadership
September 24 / School

As a student I am used to the idea of having poor connections. I don’t really know anything about the world or anyone in the world and I need to seek out mentors and teachers who would be willing to …

Read the PostNow I can network!

August 22 / Tech
August 13 / Boise State
August 10 / STEM

There are kids out there today who have a big interest in science and engineering. Most likely because they watched a show like Star Trek or Bill Nye the Science Guy. There are other kids who don’t know what science …

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July 13 / Engineering

Getting to NASA was the hard part. We were fabricating up to the night of the flight. And once we touched down in Houston we still had a couple of modifications to make. But since we had told everyone we …

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July 13 / Engineering

For the past 7 months I have been involved in a NASA program for undergraduate research. NASA put out the call that they needed ideas for tools to go on manned asteroid missions. They wanted college students to take on …

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July 11 / 3D printing

3D printing is a new revolution and being involved in it is revolutionizing my career. I work for Hewlett-Packard (soon I’ll be working for HP Inc.) and my work in robotics involves a lot of 3D printing. I currently work …

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May 30 / Presidential
May 11 / Mentoring

For the past two years I haven’t been blogging but I have been mentoring. Strive For College is an organization that partners college students with high school students. The goal is to help students starting the college admissions process with …

Read the PostBe a Mentor. Change a Life.

May 10 / NASA

The Space Broncos is a student organization that organizes big NASA outreach events on the Boise State campus. The goal is bring awareness to the NASA opportunities for research, internships and other involvement with the space agency.

Our first event …

Read the PostThe Day an Astronaut Came to School

May 10 / Travel

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is a national organization that has chapters among many campuses in the country. And the chapter is really struggling at Boise State. But despite that me and the president of our chapter was …

Read the PostA Wonder of the World

May 6 / NASA

I had the amazing opportunity one year ago today to participate in a downlink with the international space station. This was during the Space Symposium that was planned around the downlink. It took about 9 months of planning and a …

Read the PostSpace Station can you hear me?