Meet the students

Get to know the diverse perspectives and identities of the students who make our CSE community vibrant and rich.

Chris Torres sits in a conference room

Chris Torres is set up for success

The chemical engineering sophomore talks about SHPE and the Louis Stokes Northstar STEM Alliance.

Maichee Yang

Q&A with Maichee Yang

The sophomore in computer engineering talks about her experiences in CSE and mentorship programs.

Sadhika Prabhu sitting in a conference room.

Sadhika Prabhu talks about diversity and inclusion 

In this story and video, the biomedical engineering junior reflects on finding her place at the University.

Khai Dang sitting in a conference room

Khai Dang hopes to make an impact

The biomedical engineering junior talks about what he learned from his clinician-led internship program.

Tanavia Harrington

Tanavia Harrington is pursuing her passions

The sophomore computer science major talks about DEI and how she combines art with computer science. 

UMN student Alex Kincaid-Beal

Q&A with Alex Kincaid-Beal

The UMN senior discusses oSTEM and the importance of being engaged in the queer community.

CSE student Yukino Nakamura

In her own words: Yukino Nakamura

The chemistry senior reflects on her Summer 2021 experiences in undergraduate research.

CSE student Jeffy Jeffy sitting in the Toaster Innovation Hub

Jeffy Jeffy talks CSE student groups

In this video, the chemistry senior talks about her experience joining and leading student groups.

CSE student Pauly Soulia

Q&A with Pauly Soulia

The mechanical engineering junior talks about his experience restarting the UMN AISES chapter.

Alisson Fiallos sits in a conference room

How Alisson Fiallos found her community

The chemical engineering junior explores how SHPE and SWE helped her form meaningful connections.

UMN student Lubna Mohamed Abdirahman

Q&A with Lubna Mohamed Abdirahman

The UMN student and club president discusses the tight-knit, supportive community of NSBE.

CSE student Chae Lee

Q&A with Chae Lee

Opportunities for free food turned into opportunities for growth for the CSE student in SASE.