Lapadre Proctor: Future Automotive Innovator

Hello, I am Lapadre Proctor a proud member of the FSU Tech Fellows program. I am very excited to be a member of this program there are a couple things in particular that I am looking forward to but before that a little about myself. I grew up in Midway, Florida which is about 20Continue reading “Lapadre Proctor: Future Automotive Innovator”

Shemar Charles: Engineering Your Future

My name is Shemar Charles, I am a second-year first-generation undergraduate student at Florida State University majoring in Computer Engineering. I am born and raised originally in Broward County, South Florida and my hobbies consist of all things technology. I love playing games, reading books, reading stocks, and building things from time to time. IContinue reading “Shemar Charles: Engineering Your Future”

David Wedderburn: Sharpening Skills for the Future

Throughout my collegiate career, I have developed a passion for entrepreneurship. Being an entrepreneur provides you an immense amount of freedom, allowing you to assess problems and find accurate and sustainable solutions candidly. Entrepreneurship is more than only starting a business; it also encompasses a certain type of mentality and set of behaviors. Entrepreneurs areContinue reading “David Wedderburn: Sharpening Skills for the Future”

Thalia Mendoza and Life Long Learning

As someone who was always interested in political science and international affairs, being a part of the Tech Fellows 2021 cohort is something I would have never imagined. I have never been one to focus too much on the technology sector and neither on entrepreneurship. While both are extremely fascinating topics and career fields, IContinue reading “Thalia Mendoza and Life Long Learning”

Nicholis Perez: Next Gen Hospitality

My name is Nicholis Perez and I am a second-year student at FSU majoring in Commercial Entrepreneurship and minoring in Hospitality. I am a proud member of the Unconquered Scholars program, a program that has allowed me to meet some of the most influential and admirable people I have had the pleasure of knowing. IContinue reading “Nicholis Perez: Next Gen Hospitality”

Alex: Self Discovery while Working from Home

Alex Jeannite is 2020 Tech Fellows majoring in computer science and interned at Tampa Bay Wave. The take-aways from my internship with Tampa Bay Wave are actually quite interesting. It has been a journey of internal struggle and professional development, honestly. I have learned quite a bit about myself and from a professional stand point.Continue reading “Alex: Self Discovery while Working from Home”

Chris: A Summer of Improving My Business

Chris Lormeus is a 2020 Tech Fellow who is interning at Tallahassee’s Domi Station. My biggest takeaways from Domi Station was surrounding myself with like-minded individuals who are dedicated to accomplishing the goals they set out for themselves. I also learned when generating a team, it is key that you have a specialist in eachContinue reading “Chris: A Summer of Improving My Business”

Nohemi: The End of the Summer and Next Steps

Nohemi Soza-Acevedo is a 2020 FSU Tech Fellow interning at Orlando’s StarterStudio. As my last week at StarterStudio is coming to an end, I cannot help but realize the great experiences and individuals I have virtually encountered during the past 10 weeks. Throughout my time with StarterStudio, I have experienced many challenging and wonderful momentsContinue reading “Nohemi: The End of the Summer and Next Steps”

Dylan Psulkowski: Predictive Dynamic Simulation for Meniscal Degradation

Dylan Psulkowski is a 2020 Stephen and Ina McNichols grant winner. His project is titled “Simulating Meniscus Deterioration for Personalized Treatment” and his faculty mentor is Prof. Tarick Dickens in the Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering. During the progress of developing a dynamic running simulation for the deterioration of the meniscus, I have garneredContinue reading “Dylan Psulkowski: Predictive Dynamic Simulation for Meniscal Degradation”

Samantha Politano: Analyzing Potential Impact of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Sponge Communities

Samantha Politano is a 2020 Stephen and Ina McNichols grant winner who is majoring in Environmental Science and Policy. Her project is tentatively titled “Sponge communities in mesophotic reefs of the Gulf of Mexico before and after the Deepwater Horizon oil discharge”. Samantha’s faculty mentor is Prof. Ian MacDonald in the Department of Earth, Ocean,Continue reading “Samantha Politano: Analyzing Potential Impact of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Sponge Communities”