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Engineering

November 3 / College
August 10 / Engineering
June 29 / Engineering

Cami’s note: I’m glad I got to interview Katie. She is a successful engineering intern on the move. I have often heard questions like, “How do I move to a new position at my internship?” Katie has some insight on

Read the PostInterview with Katie Dunne

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 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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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 …

Read the PostHow 3D printing is accelerating my career