Choi was part of the inaugural Duke Technology Scholars program in 2016 and served as a Full-Stack Software Engineering Intern for Carbon3D in Redwood City, CA. at Carbon, she customized e-commerce and gained extensive experience in Ruby on Rails. She has served on the engineering team, outreach team and hardware team responsible for organizing the HackDuke competition. She was also previously a bioinformatics research intern at Georgetown Cancer Research Center in Washington, DC, where she wrote code in MATLAB, R and Java to process data for analysis.
Brown has experience in Java, Python, Eclipse Platform, and Arduino Software (IDE). At Duke, she has served as an International House Orientation Peer and is engaged in the Reformed University Fellowship. She also tutors students in math, Spanish and physics. Brown is the vice president of the American Red Cross Youth Council, volunteers at the Bayshore Community Hospital in New Jersey, and serves as the international charity and education partner for Free the Children.
Briere is an Angier B. Duke Scholar with experience in Java, C++, C, Arduino, MATLAB, HTML, LaTeX, SQL, MS Suite, CAD, PreForm, and MakerBot. She was an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for the Data Structures & Algorithms course taught by the Department of Computer Science. In the spring of 2017 she worked at the computing start-up company Marvin Systems at MIT, where she was responsible for designing and 3D-printing a prototype hardware system that aims to be a competitor with Amazon’s Alexa system.