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Year at UW: Third

Hometown: Sammamish

About me: Hey, My name is Annie Mao and I am currently a senior at UW. I am from Sammamish, WA and I went to Skyline High School for any Spartans out there. I did the IB Diploma, so if you have any questions about IB credit, I can answer them. During the Summer of 2016, I studied abroad in Rome with Interdisciplinary Honors Program. I highly encourage everyone to study abroad because it is an eye-opening experience (+ great way to get HONORS credit). I love studying in cafes, so I can recommend all the good study places on the Ave, Capitol Hill, and Downtown. It took me a long time and process to find an academic and career path that I would enjoy. I considered many majors, but then I took an Intro to Programming course and loved it. I decided to drop Bioengineering to pursue a major in Computer Science. I recently decided to take a 5th year to double major in Neurobiology with a certificate in Computational Neuroscience. If you have any hard decisions about these majors, admissions, double majors, and 5th years. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about majors, scheduling, study abroad, and anything else!

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Email: anniem4@uw.edu

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Academics

General area(s) of study: Engineering, Natural Sciences

Current or intended majors: Computer Science, Neurobiology

Current or intended minors: Computational Neuroscience, Neural Computation and Engineering

I'd be willing to talk about/tutor the following courses/subjects: Intro to Biology Series (BIOL 180/200/220), Intro to Chemistry Series (CHEM 142/152/162), First Organic Chemistry class (CHEM 237), Math Series (MATH 125/126/307/308), Intro to CSE series (CSE 142/143) + CSE Honors Seminar, Intro to Bioengineering class (BIOEN 215) and First Quarter of Bioengineering Core (BIOEN 315/316/317), Honors Rome Study Abroad

Housing Experience

  • Honors Housing
  • Off-Campus Housing

Activities

Study Abroad: Interdisciplinary Honors Program in Rome, Italy during the summer

Research: Salipante Lab at UW Med about bacteria transformations and genomic sequencing, Cortical Dynamics and Cognition Lab

Volunteering/Service: PIpeline Project, MESA tutoring, Biology 220 Peer Facilitation

Leadership: Operations Coordinator for Camp Kesem

Clubs/RSOs: Camp Kesem

Campus Jobs: CSE 332 TA