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PANTHER CODERS++ / PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY

ADAM BURNS

Prairie View A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Adam Burns is a senior computer engineering major at Prairie View A&M University. He also has a minor in computer science. Adam has complimented his academic experiences with internships at Intel Corporation, USAA, and Lockheed Martin. Adam is active in several co-curricular activities including NSBE, Brothers Leading and Cultivating Knowledge (B.L.A.C.K.) and the Inner Greek Council. Adam has developed both Android and iOS apps as a part of classroom projects and has worked on back-end app development during his internship at USAA. Adam is the captain of the Prairie View team.

NNEKE EDE

Prairie View A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Nneke Ede is a junior computer science major at Prairie View A&M University. Nneke recently completed a 6-week study abroad program in China and is fluent in elementary mandarin Chinese. She has also completed a summer research experience at Harvard Medical School in computational biology. Nneke is a member of the university’s Honor’s College and has received a number of academic accolades including outstanding freshman computer engineer, Dean’s list, and Reagent’s Scholar. She is active in several student organizations including Women in STEM, Society of Women Engineers, and Purple Jackets. Nneke has developed both Android and iOS apps as a part of classroom projects. She has been a participant in Google’s Code Success Workshop and has competed in biomedical engineering and business case competitions.

PHONPASEUTH KHAMSENESOUK

Prairie View A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Pon Khamsenesouk is a junior computer science major at Prairie View A&M University. He serves as a supplemental instructor for the college of engineering and has worked as an undergraduate research assistant. Pon recently completed an internship with the John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group. He is a member of the university’s Honor’s College and has received a number of academic accolades including outstanding sophomore, Dean’s list, and Reagent’s Scholar. Pon has developed both Android and iOS apps as a part of classroom projects. He has participated in NSBE’s Code Success Bootcamp and competed in a Microsoft Code Competition and a business case competition at Phillips 66.

QUINCY CASTON

Prairie View A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
Quincy Caston is a junior computer science major at Prairie View A&M University. Quincy has completed two summer internships at Naval Sea System Commands (NAVSEA). Quincy serves as President of the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) chapter and Telecommunications Chair for NSBE. He is also a member of 100 Black Men of America. Quincy has developed both Android and iOS apps as a part of classroom projects and has participated in a Microsoft Hackathon.